A History of Hickling by Chris Granger: Appendix 6.

A History of Hickling to 1860

and of all its Clergy.

by Christopher Granger

Notes on Field Names, House Names, Road Names.

FIELD NAMES: 
Barland FieldWill of John Noble 1635 and Farmers' agreement 1714
Bridegate CloseWill of Robert Hardy 1846 to son, John
Brook Close Will of John Hopkinson 1833 to daughter, Elizabeth Collishaw
Butlers Lane Oxgang Will of Robert Mann, currier , to nephew, Stephen Mann of Hickling
Clawson Field1719 will
Clawsongate Farmers' agreement 1714
CostongatesFarmers' agreement 1714
Common FieldWill if Elizabeth Greasly 1729
Finch Gate Will of Joseph Bampton 1833 to niece Mary, the wife of Joseph Thompson of Colston
Fourde Close Will of John James 1719 to eldest
son, John
Geppscuerste Close Will of John Smith 1578
Grange HillsideFarmers' agreement 1714
Great Rompton Oxgang Will of Edward Collishaw 1654 to
son,Robert
Glover’s Close Will of John Daft the eldee 1696
Green Close Will of Thomas Noble 1613 Will of Richard Robinson 1727 for
sale
High Thrubell Farmers' agreement 1714
Home Close Will of Richard Robinson 1727 for
sale Will of Joseph Bampton 1833 as
The Hook in Clawson Field Will of John James 1719 to eldest son, John
Lamas Close Will of Elizabeth Greasely to William Hart jr
Will of William Morris 1759 to son, William
Lamas Close, probably near Lodge on
the Wolds
Will of William Kirby of Kinoulton
1658 to son Anthony
Manns Close Will of Joseph Bampton 1833 to
niece, Mary the wife of Joseph Thompson of Colston
Moore Furlong Close Will of John Hopkinson 1833 to son,
John
Nether FieldWill of Thomas Noble 1613 Farmers' agreement 1714
Noble oxgang Will of Richard Daft 1673 to son
Richard Daft
Noble landsWill of John Noble 1635
Pepper Oxgang Will of Robert Mann, currier,1730 to
nephew, Richard Cross of Upper Broughton
The PingleWill of Richard Robinson 1727 for
sale
Piper Close Will of Joseph Bampton 1837 to
nephew, Joseph Maltby
Remson Close Will of John Smith 1578
Rise or Ryce FurlongWills of Robert Daft 1561 and Henry
Mann 1585
Stockwell shadesFarmers' agreement 1714
Toogoodyard Close Will of John Smith 1578
Will of Ralph Smith 1606
Twogood CloseWill of John James 1719, purchased from Mr White, to eldest son, John
Vell? GreensidesFarmers' agreement 1714
Wadland Close Will of John Hopkinson 1833 to daughter Elizabeth Collishaw
The WoodfieldWill of Thomas Noble 1613 Farmers' agreement 1714
Yard CloseWill of John Collishaw 1670 to wife, Ann
HOUSE OR PROPERTY NAMES:
The Dovecote:In the Domesday Book, Hickling is
stated to have had two Dovecots. These would have belonged to the two manors, as ownership of dovecots was regarded as a privilege reserved for the aristocracy.
George Daft church warden PR 1621
George Daft PR 1652 Inventory 1660
Richard Daft PR 1661
Edward Collishaw died 17February
1733 In the Protestation of March 1642
The Hall In the Protestation return of March
1642 George and William Daft Richard Daft PR 1637
Thomas Daft PR 1647, 1652,
William Daft 1638,
George Daft, felt maker, PR 1682
Robert Daft PR 1673
Long Lane EndGeorge Mann died May 1702
Noble’s Rents Thomas Daft PR 1692
The Stone Bridge George Daft Protestation return 1642 George and Richard Daft PR 1665 George Daft PR 1675
John PR 1696
Mary Daft, widow, PR 1702
John Mann will of 1730
The Wier In the Protestation return of March
1642 George Daft
Roger Daft PR 1664,
John Daft PR 1676
ROAD NAMES:
Corby LaneProtestation return 1642 Richard Daft Elizabeth daughter of George Mann
died 1679
The GreenElizabeth Greasley “on the Greene” could not afford to be be buried in woollen in December
1682 and the overseer of the poor was involved.
Long Lane George Daft PR 1673-1676
Mawkin Lane William Daft Protestation return 1642
Pudding LaneAnne wife of George Mann died July 1717
George Mann died December 1730
and his will
The CloseGeorgeMann PR 1663, 1679,
George Mann jun. PR d 1685
Town End In the Protestation return of March 1642
Water LaneWilliam Morris died July 1717