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Field-name selected
Field-name located in the Parish of Newland
Historic field-name
Þustanesbroke, Chirchehende, Churchway, Cokewod, Ducknolls, Garsefeild, Gibbons Leyes, Goodmans Coppe, Hardmore lane, Hentlandes hill, Holiwall, Hollemyre, le Berrowes, Longefeld, Lordes leaze, Lordes leazes, Lords leaze, Lords leazes, Newarne, Ouereuese, Puckhame, Sewardis londis, the Downes layes, the Hendhill, Thurstons brooke, Varden, Wentewode, Wheatcrofte, Whetecrofte
Modern field-name
Bailey, Bannut tree hamm, Barn piece, Bone hill, Brumming Old, Conninger, Coppice, Coxland, Crutchley, Dear bought, Dragons ford, Drybrook, Gattle piece, How-so meadow, Innage, Leach pool, Lime Kiln, Nackers hole, Orles, Painswell, Paisley, Pennyfan meadow, Portway, Shabley, Smiths meadow, the Holme, the Meen, the Roughet
"Base mapping from A Vision of Britain through Time at the University of Portsmouth"
geonames Lat 51.78333 Long -2.65

  • geonameslat = 51.7833300, long = -2.6500000
  • epnslat = 51.77740538, long = -2.652329457
  • unlocklat = 51.7819418813245, long = -2.645146152906619

  • A. H. Smith, The Place-Names of Gloucestershire, Part 3 (EPNS 40), Cambridge 1965.