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Journal of the English Place-name Society (ISSN 1351-3095): tables of contents

Table of contents prepared by Keith Briggs. The official webpage of the journal is here. Some errors in the original contents pages have been silently corrected (notably in volume 36). Items in [...] are my own additions to inadequate titles which omit some essential information (usually the place-name or place-names which the article treats). The same data, as a pdf file sorted by author, is available here. For other EPNS publications, see English Place-name Society - bibliographic data on survey volumes.

Further information and full text: the title of some articles are linked to other webpages, which in some cases offer the full text. Some articles are also available in full here.

Bibtex: also included is a bibtex database file, for citing articles from JEPNS when writing documents with LaTeX. This also contains the page number of the final page of each article. See here for more information on bibtex. To use this: (1) save JEPNS.bib; (2) in your LaTeX document include the command \bibliography{JEPNS}; (3) make citations thus: For a fascinating study of this subject, see \cite{JEPNS-39-Briggs-Seven}. This will automatically add the correct entry to your bibliography. Until 2005, volumes were published with year ranges, such as 2001-2. But this was not always done consistently (e.g. 1987-88), and these look ugly in author-year citation styles, so I have simplified these in the bibtex file to the later year only. This is the correct year of publication. If you must use Microsoft Word, the bibtex file can still be used with BibTex4Word.


Volume 52 (2020)
5Abigail Lloyd Stonyborow: a clue to a Roman settlement in rural Oxfordshire? The symbiotic relationship between field-names and archaeological data
21John W. Taylor Jumbo, Lancashire: a toponomastic study
68Keith Briggs The earliest records of Newmarket
76Keith Briggs Thelnetham and Whelnetham in Suffolk: early Christian sites?
85Richard Coates A note on Whewes as a minor local name
90Richard Coates Some notes on Mount Skippet
97John Insley The wolverine again [Wormald, Yorkshire]
103O. J. P. Obituary: Professor Jim Wilkes
108Joshua Neal, Eleanor Rye, Jessica Treacher Bibliography 2018

Volume 51 (2019)
5Keith Briggs Old English collective plant-names in place-names
15Keith Briggs The river Mearcella in Suffolk, once again
23Barrie Cox Corieltavi, Romans and Romano-British: a Leicestershire legacy
37Kevin James Windsor, windofer and Iverley: illustrating the place-name element *ofer within the Anglo-Saxon road network
65Sarah Wager A British wood in medieval Warwickshire [munechet]
69Keith Briggs The wolverine: an animal-name from a personal name?
71Richard Coates More gay names
73Keith Briggs Review of: David Allen, ed. (2018), The Cartulary and Charters of the Priory of Saints Peter and Paul, Ipswich
75Rob Briggs Review of: John Blair (2018), Building Anglo-Saxon England
80John Baker Review of: Roger Brunet (2016), Trésor du terroir: les noms de lieux de la France
85Ryan Foster Review of: Sophia Martin et al. (2019), Feather bed and chive of cheese: names in the region of Finsthwaite, Lakeside, Stott Park & Ealinghearth
86Stuart Brookes Review of: Kate Mees (2019), Burial, landscape and identity in early medieval Wessex
89Joshua Neal, Eleanor Rye, Jessica Treacher Bibliography 2017

Volume 50 (2018)
5Richard Coates Editorial: Golden Jubilee — the Journal celebrates its first 50 years
11Keith Briggs Where in Suffolk was Wicklaw?
17Rob Briggs Dorking, Surrey
55Richard Coates Two lost place-names in the west Midlands: Gaia in Lichfield and The Gay in Shrewsbury
65Ann Cole Two Chiltern place-names reconsidered: Elvendon and Misbourne
75John Torrance Medieval place-names in a landscape: Branscombe [Devon]
97David Callander Review of: L. Brady Writing the Welsh borderlands in Anglo-Saxon England
99Eleanor Rye Review of: V. Greatorex and M. Headon Field-names in Cheshire, Shropshire, and north-east Wales
102John Insley Review of: P. Hanks, R. Coates, P. McClure The Oxford dictionary of family names in Britain and Ireland
112Debby Banham Review of: M. McKerracher Farming transformed in Anglo-Saxon England: the long eighth century
114Sofia Evemalm Review of: S. Taylor (with P. McNiven and E. Williamson) The place-names of Kinross-shire
116Jessica Treacher Review of: T. Williamson, G. Barnes, T. Pillatt Trees in England: management and disease since 1600
119Jennifer Scherr Obituary: George Redmonds 1935–2018

Volume 49 (2017)
5John Insley Cameron Lecture 2018: Kenneth Cameron and the English Place-Name Society
17Gillian Fellows-Jensen Cameron Lecture 2018: Highways and byways to the English Place-Name Society
41Richard Coates Wippedesfleot in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
49John Insley Wenhaston
57Susan Kilby Divining medieval water: the field-names of Flintham, Nottinghamshire
95Sarah Wager The meaning of lēah
129Peter McClure Review of: Carole Hough (ed.), The Oxford handbook of names and naming
150Rob Briggs Review of: Jillian Hawkins, The significance of the place-name element *funta in the early middle ages
153Spencer Gavin Smith Review of: Hywel Wyn Owen and Ken Lloyd Griffith, The place-names of Flintshire
154Jessica Treacher Review of: George Redmonds, A vocabulary of wood, wood-workers and wood management in Yorkshire
156Diana Whaley Review of: Various, recent publications on Northumberland place-names
165Chloé Colla Review of: Angus Winchester, Lake district field-names
171Joshua Neal, Eleanor Rye, Jessica Treacher Bibliography 2016

Volume 48 (2016)
5Carole Hough Name structures and name survival
28Keith Briggs Gannock in King's Lynn
40Celia Cotton Thrussington field-names — an addendum
58Ann Cole The use of OE sand in place-names
88Richard Coates A dictionary of Sussex place-names: starting out
90Nigel Suffield-Jones Purley revisited
92Diana Whaley Northumberland name book — places and people c.1860
95John Freeman Herefordshire place-names project report
96Ellen Fisher, Paul Cavill Norfolk slip collection report
100Rebecca Gregory Restarting the Staffordshire survey
104Shaun Tyas Obituary: Duncan Probert [1961–2016]
109Rosamond Faith Review of: Mark Bailey, The decline of serfdom
110Simon Draper Review of: Ann Cole, The place-name evidence for a routeway network in early medieval England
112Josefin Devine Review of: Lars-Erik Edlund and Elṡbieta Strzelecka, Mellannorland i centrum
114Nicholas R. Amor Review of: Michael Hicks, The later medieval inquisitions post mortem
116Per Vikstrand Review of: Birgit Eggert et al., På sporet: Festskrift til Bent Jørgensen
119Susan Oosthuizen Review of: Gale Owen-Crocker and Susan D. Thompson, Town and topography: essays in memory of David Hill
122Emilia Aldrin Review of: Guy Puzey and Laura Kostanski, Names and naming: people, places, perceptions and power
125Rebecca Gregory Review of: Peter G. Spackman, An A-Z of 1001 field-names
128Alice Crook, Eleanor Rye Bibliography 2015

Volume 47 (2015)
5Paul Luscombe Odencolc revisited and revised
16A. D. Mills, Richard Coates Lazerton at Ash, Stourpaine, Dorset
19Keith Briggs A Suffolk miscellany: East Bergholt, Gulpher, Harkstead, Hussey Green, Maidstone, Orwell, Purton Green, Rodbridge, Throughton, Undley, Walsham le Willows, Wenhaston, Whitton
38David Horovitz Buttington and Buttington (or vice versa): a tale of two names
55Ann Cole Searching for early drove roads: hrȳðer, mersc-tūn and heorde-wīc
89John Insley Review of: Nicholas Higham & Martin Ryan (eds.), Place-names, language and the Anglo-Saxon landscape (2011)
115Kelly Kilpatrick Review of: Alfred Oscroft, Place-names of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (2015)
118Simon Draper Review of: Sarah Semple, Perceptions of the prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England (2013)
120Berit Sandnes Review of: Alan MacNiven, The Vikings in Islay: the place of names in Hebridean settlement history (2015)
124Alice Crook, Eleanor Rye Bibliography 2014

Volume 46 (2014)
5Diana Whaley The other millennium: English place-naming after the Norman Conquest
32Peter McClure, George Redmonds The meaning of dinge in the names of buildings
40Richard Coates Oundle, Northamptonshire
45John Baker Old English sǣte and sǣtan
98Alice Crook, Eleanor Rye Bibliography 2013
82Della Hooke Review of: Margaret Gelling & Ann Cole, The landscape of place-names (new edition)
94Gillian Fellows-Jensen Review of: Boel Jepson, English place-name elements relating to boundaries
96Richard Coates Review of: Jeremy Harte, English holy wells: a sourcebook

Volume 45 (2013)
5Keith Briggs Boulge, Suffolk
12James Hodsdon Montpellier: the British diffusion of a French place-name
31Richard Coates An etymological miscellany: Haughmond, Wyers Hall, Caterham
38Ann Cole Burna and brōc revisited
42Keith Bailey Allfarthing: is it really a fraction?
46Catherine Robinson, Jennifer Scherr Macaroni Downs, Gloucestershire
52Carole Hough Bibliography 2012
58John Baker Review of: Anne Rowe & Tom Williamson, Hertfordshire, a landscape history
61Richard Jones Review of: J. Baker, S. Brookes, and A. Reynolds, Landscapes of defence in early medieval Europe
62Carole Hough Review of: In the beginning was the name: selected essays by Professor W. F. H. Nicolaisen
65Diana Whaley Review of: Richard Jones and Sarah Semple (eds.), Sense of place in Anglo-Saxon England

Volume 44 (2012)
5Keith Briggs The two Ebbsfleets in Kent
10Keith Briggs Watermills called Twygrind
12Pieterjaan Deckers A toponymic perspective on early medieval settlement of the southern North Sea shores of mainland Europe
33Ann Cole The riddle of Salthrop
36Richard Coates Worthy of great respect
44Philip Tallon What was a Caldecote? Addenda [to JEPNS 31, 31]
49Laura Wright On Cribby Islands
66Jean Cameron, Paul Cavill Kelham, Nottinghamshire [field-names]
73Carole Hough Bibliography 2011
78Richard Coates Review of: Anthony Poulton-Smith, Gloucestershire Place Names and Hampshire Place Names
83Carole Hough Review of: Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus, The Place-Names of Fife vol.3 St Andrews and the East Neuk

Volume 43 (2011)
5Ann Cole Clǣg in English place-names
16M. J. Leppard Worsted [Sussex]
18James Kemble The lost Essex Domesday manor Geddesduna
25David Horovitz The Black Country
35Richard Coates Tyther- as an English place-name element
43Keith Briggs Bixley [Norfolk and Suffolk]
55Emily Pennifold The field-names of Laxton [Nottinghamshire]
71Andrew Breeze The river-name Mearcella, Suffolk
75Carole Hough Bibliography 2010
78Henry Daniels Review of: Peter Chasseaud, Rats Alley: trench names of the Western Front 1914–1918
82John Baker Review of: Paul Cullen, Richard Jones and David N. Parsons, Thorps in a changing landscape

Volume 42 (2010)
5Vladislav Alpatov Place-names with Christian associations
31Keith Briggs The place-names of Foxhall in Suffolk
42Keith Briggs Errata and addenda to Journal 41
43Keith Briggs Harrow
63George Broderick Kinder Scout
75Richard Coates The first element of Buildwas, Shropshire
79Margaret Gelling, Duncan Probert Old English stoc `place'
87Carole Hough The name-type Fritwell
90Carole Hough Bibliography 2009

Volume 41 (2009)
7Keith Briggs Clare, Clere, and Clères
26Keith Briggs OE and ME cunte in place-names
41George Broderick Mam Tor
49Jean Cameron, Paul Cavill Lowdham, Thurgarton Wapentake, Nottinghamshire [field-names]
57Richard Coates Reflections on some major Lincolnshire place-names, Part Two: Ness wapentake to Yarborough
103Simon Draper Burh place-names in Anglo-Saxon England
119Oliver Padel Two Devonshire place-names [Olchard; Kingsett, Kingseat, Kingshead]
127David Blackburn Foxhole, Pendle and Ryelands
130Barrie Cox A note on Guthlac's Stone [Leicestershire]
133Alan James Holbrook, D[er]b[yshire]
134O. J. P. Margaret Gelling, 1924–2009
139R. C. Karl Inge Sandred, 1925–2008
142Carole Hough Bibliography 2008
149Paul Cavill Review of: Landscapes, documents and maps, by Brian K. Roberts
150Carole Hough Review of: The place-names of Fife vol.2, by Simon Taylor

Volume 40 (2008)
7Duncan Probert Towards a reassessment of `Kingston' place-names
23Jean Cameron, Paul Cavill, Richard Jones Upton, Thurgarton Wapentake, Nottinghamshire [field-names]
35Richard Coates Reflections on some major Lincolnshire place-names, Part 1: Algarkirk to Melton Ross
97Keith Briggs Freemantle
113Keith Briggs The Domesday Book castle LVVRE
119Keith Briggs Addenda to Seven Wells, JEPNS 39 (2007), 7–44
121Alan James Hopping Hill, Milford, Db
125David Horovitz Puppy's Parlour revisited
129Richard Coates Correction to The place-names of Gloucestershire, vol.3 (EPNS Survey vol.40)
131Carole Hough Bibliography 2007
137Margaret Gelling Review of: Boundary Landscapes: a walk at Staunton on Arrow in Herefordshire to look for the boundary of an Anglo-Saxon estate, by Beryl Lewis, Kington Historical Society (2008)
139Richard Coates Review of: Boundaries in medieval Britain, ed. by David Griffiths, Andrew Reynolds and Sarah Semple, Oxford University School of Archaeology (2003)
140John Baker Review of: Religion, community and territory: defining religion in the Severn Valley and adjacent hills from the Iron Age to the early medieval period, by Stephen Yeates, 3 vols, BAR British Series 411, Archaeopress (2006)
144Paul Cavill Review of: Britons in Anglo-Saxon England, ed. by N. J. Higham, Publications of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, Vol.7, Boydell (2007)

Volume 39 (2007)
7Keith Briggs Seven wells
45Stephen Harding Wirral carrs and holms
59Richard Coates South-West English dumball, dumble, dunball, `pasture subject to (occasional) tidal flooding'
145Jean Cameron, Paul Cavill Carlton on Trent [field-names]
151Carole Hough Bibliography 2006
157Richard Coates The Blorenge, near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire/Gwent
159Della Hooke Review of: Cultural Transition in the Chilterns and Essex Region, 350 AD to 650 AD by John T. Baker
161John Baker Review of: Landscape, settlement and society in Roman and early medieval Wiltshire by Simon Draper
173Oliver J. Padel Obituary: Harold Fox 1945–2007

Volume 38 (2006)
5Richard Coates Chesterblade, Somerset, with a reflection on the element chester
13Richard Coates Some observations on Blore, Staffordshire
17Paul Cullen Blandford Forinseca? The problem of forum in English place-names
25Mary Wiltshire, Sue Woore Marston Montgomery and Markeaton, Derbyshire
31Keith Briggs Martlesham and Newbourne: a note on two obscure Suffolk names
37Jean Cameron Minor names of Caunton, Nottinghamshire
43Richard Coates Behind the dictionary-forms of Scandinavian elements in England
63Stephen Yeates River names, Celtic and Old English: their dual medieval and post-medieval personalities
83Carole Hough Bibliography 2005
89Philip Shaw Review of: Gammeltoft & Jørgensen (eds.), Names through the looking glass: festschrift in honour of Gillian Fellows-Jensen
92Richard Coates Review of: Timeline historical maps

Volume 37 (2005)
5Alexei Solopov The imperial context of place-names in Roman Britain
19Kathryn Lowe Mearcella in S 703 and the etymology of Childrey Brook
32Jane Laughton A note on the place-name Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire
33Richard Coates Two notes on names in tūn in relation to pre-English antiquities: Kirmington and Broughton, Lincolnshire
37Richard Coates A Tendring hundred miscellany
48Richard Coates The antiquity of Moggerhanger, Bedfordshire
53Jean Cameron The minor names of Norwell, Nottinghamshire
59Andrew Breeze Wolf Rock, off Land's End
61Carole Hough Bibliography 2004
66John Baker Review of: A. Barclay et al., Lines in the landscape
67Della Hooke Review of: David Miles et al., Uffington white horse
77Richard Coates Review of: Joel Mann, An international glossary of place name elements

Volume 36 (2004)
5John Baker The distribution of tūn place-names in Hertfordshire, Essex and neighbouring areas
23Andrew Breeze The River Garw of Glamorgan and Gara Bridge, Devon
25Paul Cavill, Stephen Harding, Judith Jesch Revisiting Dingesmere
39Richard Coates The Lyme
51Ann Cole The use of ON nata in place-names
61Carole Hough Another (ge)strēones halh
63Carole Hough Chilton and other place-names from Old English cild
83David N. Parsons A note on herrings in place-names
85Paul Cullen A further note on herrings in place-names
87Paul Cavill Obituary: Esmé Pattison
90Carole Hough Bibliography 2003
95John Baker Review of: G. Malcolm et al., Middle Saxon London

Volume 35 (2003)
5Margaret Gelling English place-name studies: some reflections
17Carole Hough Strensall, Streanaeshalch and Stronsay
25David N. Parsons Ellough: A Viking temple in Suffolk?
31Susan Laflin Do -ingas place-names occur in pairs?
41Andrew Breeze Middle Breton *Conek and Consett near Durham
45Barry Crisp, Brian Rich, Mary Wiltshire, Sue Woore Hough and Hoon, Derbyshire
49Ann Cole The use of netel in place-names
59John Insley Obituary: Victor Ernest Watts (1938–2002)
61Carole Hough Bibliography 2002
67Alex Woolf Review of: Lastworda betst: essays in memory of Christine E. Fell with her unpublished writings ed. by C. Hough & K. A. Lowe
70Richard Coates Review of: Owl's Hoot: how people name their houses by J. Miles

Volume 34 (2002)
5M. A. Atkin Bow, bowmen and bowers
15Andrew Breeze Welsh Cynog and Chinnock, Somerset
17Richard Coates Beverley: a beaver's lodge place
23M. C. Higham The problems of the bee-keepers
29Coralie Lagrange, Henry Daniels An analysis of Romsey field-names
59Jayne Carroll Review of: Vikings and the Danelaw by J. Graham-Campbell et al.
66John Insley Review of: Lordship and tradition in Barbarian Europe by Hermann Moisl
72Carole Hough Bibliography 2001

Volume 33 (2001)
5Andrew Breeze The name of the River Tiddy
7G. Hilton The evolution of street-naming in Kenilworth, Warwickshire
14Carole Hough Postscript to Pitchcombe
15Kathryn Lowe Elders and betters: Hinderclay in Suffolk
21M. A. Martín Díaz The two-fold development for Old English æ in 12th- and 14th-century Kentish place-names
55W. A. R. Richardson The Owers, Les Ours, Weemburg and `The Old City': place-names, history and submarine archaeology
115Audrey Rossett, Henry Daniels Mixing and matching: a study of the Woking Street-namestock
147Victor Watts Obituary: Professor Kenneth Cameron CBE, FBA
149Carole Hough Bibliography 2000

Volume 32 (2000)
5Martin Blake Assessing the evidence for the earliest Anglo-Saxon place-names of Bedfordshire
21Richard Coates Plardiwick
23Richard Coates The Sinodun Hills, Little Wittenham, Berkshire
27Ann Cole Ersc: distribution and use of this Old English place-name element
41W. E. Cunningham The field-names of Kingsbury (Middlesex)
47Carole Hough The field-name Felterrode
50Carole Hough The place-name Pitchcombe
53Victor Watts Some place-name distributions
73Geoffrey Wilson A plethora of parks — mainly Merton examples
76Margaret Gelling Obituary: Aileen Armstrong FRHS
77Margaret Gelling Obituary: John Field
78Joy Jenkyns Review of: Della Hooke, Gloucestershire Anglo-Saxon charter bounds
81Carole Hough Bibliography 1999–2000

Volume 31 (1999)
5Margaret Gelling Presidential address: on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the English Place-Name Society, Wednesday 15 July 1998
9Richard Coates A north-west Devon anomaly: Hartland
19Ann Cole cisel, grēot, stān and the four U's
31Philip Tallon What was a Caldecote?
55A. E. B. Owen Two Lincolnshire coastal names [Leyrnes/Leirnes etc., Wolgrip/Wilgrip]
63Keith Bailey Some observations on gē, gau, and go
77Keith Bailey Place-names in -cot: the Buckinghamshire evidence
91Aliki Pantos Meeting-places in Wilvaston Hundred, Cheshire
113Andrew Breeze The name of Ganarew, near Monmouth
115Joan Turville-Petre Overhall and Netherhall
118Judith Jesch Obituary: Christine E. Fell 1938–1998
121Gillian Fellows-Jensen Obituary: John Kousgård Sørensen 1925–1999
125Victor Watts Review of: L. Van Durme, Galloromaniae Neerlandicae Submersae Fragmenta
127John Freeman Review of: Hywel Wyn Owen, The Place-Names of Wales: A Pocket Guide
130Paul Cavill Short notives: Richard Munro, Place Names of the Falkland Islands; James Hodson, An Historical Gazetteer of Cheltenham
132John Field Bibliography 1998

Volume 30 (1998)
5Richard Coates A surviving Latin place-name in Sussex: Firle
16Richard Coates Merrow and some related Brittonic matters in Surrey
23Richard Coates Liscard and Irish names in Northern Wirral
27Barrie Cox Baumber in Lindsey
33Barrie Cox Some London inn and tavern names, 1423–1426
43Michael Evans Robynhill or Robin Hoods' Hills?
53Carole Hough Old English *Coppa
60Carole Hough Place-name evidence for Old English bird-names
77Pamela Russell Everton — not a tūn?
83M. A. Atkin Places named `Anstey': a gazetteer
99G. Hilton The origin of the name Rouncil, Kenilworth, Warwickshire
106Margaret Gelling The etymology of Rouncil
107Henry R. Daniels Conservation and innovation in the toponymy of a West Riding township [Guiseley]
155Gillis Kristensson Obituary: Olof Arngart 1905–1997
158Karl Inge Sandred Obituary: Rune Forsberg 1908–1997
160John Field Bibliography 1997–98

Volume 29 (1997)
5W. A. R. Richardson Coastal place-name enigmas on early charts and in early sailing directions
63Richard Coates Clovelly again
65Carole Hough The place-name Fritwell
71Carole Hough The ladies of Portinscale
79Ann Cole flēot: Distribution and use of this OE place-name element
89A. Everitt Review of: K. Cameron, English Place Names (1996)
94P. McClure Review of: P. Jackson, ed., Words, Names and History: Selected Writings of Cecily Clark
99K. Cameron Review of: B. Crawford, ed., Scandinavian Settlement in Northern Britain
100Victor Watts Review of: Ward van Osta, Toponymie van Brasschaat (1995)
104John Field Bibliography 1995–96

Volume 28 (1996)
5David N. Parsons, Tania Styles Birds in amber: the nature of English place-name elements
32Carole Hough, Barrie Cox Moonhill
36Richard Coates Clovelly, Devon
45Carole Hough The place-name Annesley
50Barrie Cox Yarboroughs in Lindsey
61Margery Guest The Frogmore sites of Hertfordshire
71Carole Hough Three place-name compounds: OE swīnland, OE wiþersted, and OE cēapland
77John Insley Review of: L. van Durme Toponymie van Velzeke-Ruddershove en Bochoute
78Anon. Bibliography 1994–95

Volume 27 (1995)
5Richard Coates The two Goxhills
14Carole Hough OE wearg in Warnborough and Wreighburn
21Matthew Townend Assandūn and Assatún: The value of skaldic evidence for English place-name studies
31Mary Hesse Early field-names in a Norfolk parish [South Creake]
43Richard Coates English cuckoos, dignity and impudence
50John Field Indexes to the field-name sections in The Place-Names of Surrey and The Place-Names of Essex
56Anon. Bibliography

Volume 26 (1994)
5Kenneth Cameron Lord Dainton, patron of the Society
7Victor Watts A new dictionary of English Place-Names
15Carole Hough English place-names: the Leverhulme project
27Ann Cole Baulking: an Anglo-Saxon industry revealed
33Richard Coates Review of: Stephen Robinson Somerset Place Names
34Anon. Bibliography

Volume 25 (1993)
1A. M. Armstrong, Margaret Gelling, K. Cameron Some notes on the history of the English Place-Name Society
9Florence Vipond Harrow fields in Heswall-cum-Oldfield
11Margaret Gelling Paganism and Christianity in Wirral?
12David Dymond Place-names as evidence for recreation
19Paul Everson, G. C. Knowles The Anglo-Saxon bounds of Æt Bearuwe
38Ann Cole The distribution and use of mere as a generic in place-names
51Kenneth Cameron Obituary: Sir Clifford Darby
52John Insley Review of: Denise Kenyon The origins of Lancashire
58W. F. H. Nicolaisen Review of: Peter Drummond Scottish hill and mountain names
62Anon. Bibliography

Volume 24 (1992)
4W. A. R. Richardson Lyonesse and the Wolf. A case study in place-name corruption
30Ann Cole Distribution and use of the Old English place-name Mere-tūn
42David Torvell The significance of Here-ford
49Barrie Cox Byflete revisited
51Margaret Gelling Cecily Clark: a personal appreciation
53M.G. Obituary: Dr Gordon John Copley (1914–1991)
55Anon. Bibliography 1989–91

Volume 23 (1991)
5Richard Coates The name of Lewes: some problems and possibilities
16Geoffrey Wilson Railways, developers and place-names: the case of Raynes Park
26Ann Cole Burna and Brōc. Problems involved in retrieving the Old English usage of these place-name elements
49O.J.P. Obituary: Professor Kenneth Jackson CBE, FSA
51Anon. Bibliography 1988–91

Volume 22 (1990)
7Barrie Cox Rutland in the Danelaw: a field-names perspective
23David Torvell The field-name Puppys Parlour
26Ann Cole The origin, distribution and use of the place-name element ōra, and its relationship to the element ofer
42Barrie Cox Byflete
47John Chenevix Trench Some Buckinghamshire place-names reconsidered [Coleshill, Bowers Farm, Brentford Grange, Marrods Bottom, Stock Place, Winchmore Hill]
54Kenneth Cameron Obituary: Professor J. McN. Dodgson
56Anon. Bibliography for 1987–90

Volume 21 (1989)
5Richard Coates Old English words not hitherto noted in place-names: Some examples from Hampshire
15Ann Cole The meaning of the Old English place-name element ōra
23Denise Kenyon Notes on Lancashire place-names 2: the later names
54Anon. Bibliography for 1987–89

Volume 20 (1988)
3Barrie Cox Furze, gorse, and whin: an aside on Rutland in the Danelaw
10Olof Arngart A couple of English hundred-names [Winnibriggs, Lei; Plomesgate, Sf; Hemreswel, Wt]
13Jill Bourne Kingston place-names: an interim report
38Ann Cole The distribution and usage of the place-name elements botm, bytme, and botn
48Kenneth Cameron Obituary: C. E. Blunt OBE, FBA
49JF Obituary: J. P. Oakden MA, PhD, DLitt
50Anon. Select bibliography, 1980–87
70Anon. Addenda to the bibliography

Volume 19 (1987)
5Karl Inge Sandred The Scandinavians in Norfolk: some observations on the place-names in -by
29Gwynedd O. Price The need for a national survey of place-names in Wales
43Margaret Gelling A brief comment from across the dyke
45Ann Cole The distribution of usage of the OE place-name Cealc
56John Bleach, Richard Coates Three more Walcots

Volume 18 (1986)
5P. S. Keate Comments on the location of some of the forms in PN Worcs pp.293–303 (Halesowen and its townships)
13Denise Kenyon Notes on Lancashire place-names 1, the early names
38Paul Coones Euroclydon: a Biblical place-name
40Richard Coates Towards an explanation of the Kentish -mondens
48Denise Kenyon Review of Della Hooke, The Anglo-Saxon Landscape, the Kingdom of the Hwicce

Volume 17 (1985)
5M. S. Parker Some notes on Barnby and related place-names in England
14G. E. Morris The significance of the place-name, Stonegrave
20Denise Kenyon Addenda and Corrigenda to E. Ekwall The Place-Names of Lancashire

Volume 16 (1984)
1Richard Coates Remarks on `pre-English' in England: with special reference to *uentā, *ciltā and *cunāco
25Cecily Clark Starting from Youlthorpe (East Riding of Yorkshire) on an onomastic circular tour
38Allan Warmington The Domesday manor of Langeberge cum Mene
50Kenneth Kirkman Field-names at Woodhall, Pinner, Middlesex
58John Insley Review of: Basil Cottle, Names
67Richard Coates Review of: Adrian Room, A concise dictionary of modern place-names in Great Britain and Ireland

Volume 15 (1983)
1Kenneth Cameron Professor Dorothy Whitelock [1901–1982; obituary]
2Kenneth Cameron Professor M. T. Löfvenberg [obituary]
3Victor Watts The place-name Hindrelac
5Olof Arngart The place-names Weybourne and Wooburn
9L. J. Bronnenkant Thurstable revisited
20Richard Coates English medieval Latin *bellerīca [>Billericay]
24Mary A. Atkin Stock tracks along township boundaries

Volume 14 (1982)
1P. T. H. Unwin The Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian occupation of Nottinghamshire
32V. E. Watts, E. F. M. Prince OE walh in English place-names: an addendum
37John Insley Review of: Klaus Forster Englische Familiennnamen aus Ortsnamen: Studien zu Lautlicher Sonderentwicklungen bei Eigennamen
45Margaret Gelling Review of: John Field Place-Names of Greater London
47Margaret Gelling Review of: West Yorkshire; an Archaeological Survey to A.D.1500 ed. M. L. Faull and S. A. Moorhouse

Volume 13 (1981)
1Della Hooke Burial features in West Midlands charters
41Mary A. Atkin Kill Caiis in Clayton-le-Woods, Lancashire
50Richard Coates The slighting of Strensall
54H. Leeming Review of: V. D. Belen'kaja Ocerk: anglojzycnoj taponimiki
59Richard Coates Review of: A. L. F. Rivet and C. C. Smith The Place-Names of Roman Britain

Volume 12 (1980)
1Kenneth Cameron The meaning and significance of Old English walh in English place-names
47Malcolm Todd Appendix 1, The archaeological significance of place-names in walh
50John Insley Appendix 2, the continental evidence: OHG wal(a)h
54Olof Arngart The hundred-name Wayland [Norfolk]
59John Insley The etymology of the first element of Woodsford, Dorset
66Deborah Ford A note on a “grant by Aethelbald, king of Mercia, to Ealdorman Cyneberht, of land at Stour in Ismere, Worcs.” (no.154 in Birch [S89])
70Richard Coates Methodological reflexions on Leatherhead
75Katherine Coutts Bibliography for 1977–78

Volume 11 (1979)
1Kenneth Cameron Professor Bruce Dickins [1889–1978; obituary]
3Della Hooke Anglo-Saxon landscapes of the West Midlands
24Margaret L. Faull Place-names and past landscape[s]
47Bedwyr Lewis Jones, Tomos Roberts The coastal toponyms of Anglesey
54John Insley Medieval settlement: the interdisciplinary approach (review of P. H. Sawyer (ed.), Medieval settlement)

Volume 10 (1978)
1A. E. Brown, T. R. Key The Badby and Newnham (Northamptonshire) charters
7Mary C. Higham The 'erg' place-names of Northern England
18Fellows Jensen, Gillian A Gaelic-Scandinavian loan-word in English place-names [erg]
26Mary Atkin Viking race-courses? The distribution of Skeið place-name elements in northern England
40Robert C. Rowland Traine Farm, Wembury, Devonshire
41John Insley Addenda to the Survey of English Place-Names: personal names in field and minor names

Volume 9 (1977)
1Dorothy Whitelock Dr. Olof von Feilitzen [1908–76; obituary]
3A. R. Rumble The quotation of name-forms in Anglo-Saxon charters
6A. R. Rumble The Wheathampstead (Herts.) charter-bounds, A.D. 1060: a corrected text and notes on the boundary-points [S1031]
13Catherine P. Hall Application of field-names in the Cambridge west fields
20John Field Derogatory field-names
26C. M. Carnes Review of: Bo Seltén The Anglo-Saxon Heritage in Middle English Personal Names. East Anglia 1100–1399
31Margaret Gelling Review of: Judith Glover, The Place Names of Sussex

Volume 8 (1976)
5Kenneth Cameron Editorial
7Kenneth Cameron Mr. B. G. Lucas [?-1974; obituary]
9Christopher Påhlsson Rothbury, a note on a Northumberland place-name
12Barrie Cox The place-names of the earliest English records
67Celia Parker Bibliography for 1973–4

Volume 7 (1975)
5Kenneth Cameron Editorial
6Kenneth Cameron Professor Melville Richards [1910–1973; obituary]
7Gillis Kristensson The place-name Disley
11Joost Kuurman An examination of the -ingas, -inga- place-names in the East Midlands
45A. E. B. Owen Hafdic: A Lindsey name and its implications
57Celia Parker Bibliography for 1973–74

Volume 6 (1974)
5Kenneth Cameron Editorial
7H. Draye Letter: On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the English Place-name Society, from Professor H. Draye, Secretary-General of the International Committee of Onomastic Sciences
10A. R. Rumble Onomastic and topographical sources in English local record offices September 1970: a summary guide
35John McN. Dodgson Addenda and Corrigenda to the Survey of English Place-Names
53Joy Hubble Bibliography for 1971–2

Volume 5 (1973)
5Kenneth Cameron Editorial
6Dorothy Whitelock The English Place-Name Society 1923–1973
15Barrie Cox The significance of the distribution of English place-names in hām in the Midlands and East Anglia
74Joy Hubble Bibliography for 1970–71

Volume 4 (1972)
5Kenneth Cameron Editorial
6Cyril R. Hart Shoelands
12A. R. Rumble The medieval boundary of Coulsdon (Surrey), with an Appendix of Place-Names addenda to Vol. XI The Place-Names of Surrey
37Sarah Kirk A distribution pattern: -ingas in Kent
60Joy Hubble, Monica E. Traylen Bibliography for 1970
63Olof von Feilitzen Review of: Elisabeth Osaka, Hand-list of Anglo-Saxon non-runic inscriptions

Volume 3 (1971)
5John McN. Dodgson Editorial
6A. R. Rumble The Merstham (Surrey) charter-bounds, A.D. 947 [S528]
54Jacqueline Jameson, Monica E. Traylen Bibliography for 1969
57J. McN. Dodgson Review of: Margaret Gelling, W. F. H. Nicolaisen, M. Richards, The names of twowns and cities in Britain
58J. McN. Dodgson Review of: Dorothy M. Owen, The records of the established church in England

Volume 2 (1970)
5John McN. Dodgson Editorial
8Fellows Jensen, Gillian The Domesday Book account of the Bruce fief
18John McN. Dodgson, P. Khaliq Addenda and Corrigenda to the Survey of English Place-names
75A. D. Mills Bibliography for 1968

Volume 1 (1969)
5John McN. Dodgson Editorial
9Kenneth Cameron Addenda and corrigenda to EPNS volumes XXV & XXVI (English place-name elements, part I & II) [English vocabulary]
43Kenneth Jackson Addenda and corrigenda to EPNS volumes XXV & XXVI (English place-name elements, part I & II) [Celtic vocabulary]
53A. D. Mills, John McN. Dodgson Bibliography
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