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Reference SBR-253-1
Title Parish of St Breward
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Description Two sheets of typed notes listing local place names detailing their possible origin and meaning. Names included - St Breward, Alex Tor, Arthurs Hall, Bolatherick, Brown Willy, Butters Tor, Candra, Cargelly, Carmouth, Carwither, Catshole Tor, Chaple Farm, Coombe Mill, Delford Bridge, Dinnever Hill, Emblance Downs, Fellover, Fernacre, Garrow Tor, Hamatethy, Hangher (Hengar), Hantergantick, Henon, Henneward, Hill, Irish, Ivey, Jordan, Keybridge, Keys Hill, Kitworm, Lady Downs, Lamphill, Lank, Leaze, Limbhead, Lowdon Hill, Maiden Tor, Mellon, Menadue, Newbins, Newton, Palmers, Pendavy, Penpont, Penquite, Penrose Burden, Penvorder, East and West Rose, Rough Tor, Rowdon, Shallow Bridge, Stannon Downs, Torr, Treswallock, Tuckingmill, Whiteheads and White Meadow.
Size/type 330mm x 210mm paper
Place St Breward
Date of coverage circa C12th to date
Date of creation Unknown
Creator(s) Unknown
Recorder Matthew Hopgood
Subject Possible origins of local place names
Contributor(s) Unknown
Rights None
Access Open
Storage location Archive Cabinet A
Language English
Date of Recording 21 February 2020
   Saturday, 15 May, 2021    © St Breward History Group 2021