The Journal of the English Place‑Name Society
The Society’s peer-reviewed Journal, issued free to members, contains the reports and accounts for the preceding year, together with articles, book reviews, bibliographies, and occasionally addenda and corrigenda to the county volumes. Back numbers of the Journal are available, price £15 per copy to EPNS members, £18 to non-members.
The Journal welcomes contributions of articles and notes on subjects relating to English place-names. Publications for review should be sent to the Reviews Editor using the contact details here. The editor would be pleased to hear from potential contributors at JEPNS@nottingham.ac.uk
The principal contents of the Journal (in addition to annual reports and bibliographies) are listed below, in reverse chronological order. Selected articles from historic volumes have been made available, with the authors' permission, as PDFs. Members of the Society have exclusive access to the most recent scholarship published in the Journal.
Volume 47 (2015)
'Odencolc revisited and revised' Paul Luscombe (5-15)
'Lazerton at Ash, Stourpaine, Dorset' A. D. Mills and Richard Coates (16-18)
'A Suffolk miscellany: East Bergholt, Gulpher, Harkstead, Hussey Green, Maidstone, Orwell, Purton Green, Rodbridge, Throughton, Undley, Walsham le Willows, Wenhaston, Whitton' David Horovitz (38-54)
'Searching for early drove roads: hrȳðer, mersc-tūn and heord-wīc' Ann Cole (55-88)
Nicholas J. Higham and Martin J. Ryan (eds), Place-Names, Language and the Anglo-Saxon Landscape. John Insley (89-115)
Alfred Oscroft, Place-Names of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, ed. James Oscroft Wilkes. Kelly Kilpatrick (115-18)
Sarah Semple, Perceptions of the Prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England. Simon Draper (118-20)
Alan MacNiven, The Vikings in Islay: The place of names in Hebridean settlement history. Berit Sandnes (120-23).
Volume 46 (2014)
'The other millennium: English place-naming after the Norman Conquest' Diana Whaley (5–31)
'The meaning of dinge in the names of buildings' Peter McClure and George Redmonds (32–39)
'Oundle, Northamptonshire' Richard Coates (40–44)
'Old English sǣte and sǣtan' John Baker (45–81)
Margaret Gelling and Ann Cole, The Landscape of Place-Names, new edn. Review and prospect. Della Hooke (82–94)
Boel Jepson, English Place-Name Elements Relating to Boundaries. Gillian Fellows-Jensen (94–96)
Jeremy Harte, English Holy Wells: A Sourcebook. Richard Coates (96–97).
Volume 45 (2013)
'Boulge, Suffolk' Keith Briggs (5–11)
'Montpellier: the British diffusion of a French place-name' James Hodsdon (12–30)
'An etymological miscellany: Haughmond, Wyers Hall, Caterham' Richard Coates (31–37)
'Burna and brōc revisited' Ann Cole (38–41)
'Allfarthing: is it really a fraction?' Keith Bailey (42–45)
'Macaroni Downs, Gloucestershire' Catherine Robinson and Jennifer Scherr (46–51)
Anne Rowe and Tom Williamson, Hertfordshire, A Landscape History. John Baker (58–61)
J. Baker, S. Brookes, and A. Reynolds (eds), Landscapes of Defence in Early Medieval Europe. Richard Jones (61–62)
In the Beginning Was the Name: Selected Essays By Professor W. F. H. Nicolaisen. Carole Hough (62–65)
Richard Jones and Sarah Semple (eds), Sense of Place in Anglo-Saxon England. Diana Whaley (65–81).
Volume 44 (2012)
'The two Ebbsfleets in Kent' Keith Briggs (5–9)
'Watermills called Twygrind' Keith Briggs (10–11)
'A toponymic perspective on early medieval settlement of the southern North Sea shores of mainland Europe' Pieterjaan Deckers (12–32)
'The riddle of Salthrop' Ann Cole (33–35)
'Worthy of great respect' Richard Coates (36–43)
'What was a Caldecote? Addenda' Philip Tallon (44–48)
'On Cribby Islands' Laura Wright (49–65)
'Kelham, Nottinghamshire' Jean Cameron and Paul Cavill (66–72)
Anthony Poulton-Smith, Gloucestershire Place Names and Hampshire Place Names. Richard Coates (78–82)
Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus, The Place-Names of Fife volume 3, St Andrews and the East Neuk. Carole Hough (83–86).
Volume 43 (2011)
'Clǣg in English place-names' Ann Cole (5–15)
'Worsted' M. J. Leppard (16–17)
'The lost Essex Domesday manor Geddesduna' James Kemble (18–24)
'The Black Country' David Horovitz (25–34)
'Tyther– as an English place-name element' Richard Coates (35–42)
'Bixley' Keith Briggs (43–54)
'The field-names of Laxton' Emily Pennifold (55–70)
'The river-name Mearcella, Suffolk' Andrew Breeze (71–74)
Peter Chasseaud, Rats Alley: Trench Names of the Western Front 1914–1918. Henry Daniels (78–81)
Paul Cullen, Richard Jones and David N. Parsons, Thorps in a Changing Landscape. John Baker (82–84).
Volume 42 (2010)
'Place-names with Christian associations' Vladislav Alpatov (5–30)
'The place-names of Foxhall in Suffolk' Keith Briggs (31–42)
'Errata and addenda to Journal 41' Keith Briggs (42)
'Harrow' Keith Briggs (43–62)
'Kinder Scout' George Broderick (63–74)
'The first element of Buildwas, Shropshire' Richard Coates (75–78)
'Old English stoc "place"' Margaret Gelling with Duncan Probert (79–85)
'The name-type Fritwell' Carole Hough (87–89).
Volume 41 (2009)
'Clare, Clere, and Clères' Keith Briggs (7–25)
'OE and ME cunte in place-names' Keith Briggs (26–39)
'Mam Tor' George Broderick (41–48)
'Lowdham, Thurgarton Wapentake, Nottinghamshire' Jean Cameron with Paul Cavill (49–56)
'Reflections on some major Lincolnshire place-names. Part Two: Ness wapentake to Yarborough' Richard Coates (57–102)
'Burh place-names in Anglo-Saxon England' Simon Draper (103–118)
'Two Devonshire place-names' Oliver Padel (119–126)
'Foxhole, Pendle and Ryelands' David Blackburn (127–129)
'A note on Guthlac's Stone' Barrie Cox (130–132)
'Holbrook, Db' Alan James (133)
Margaret Gelling, 1924–2009. O. J. P. (134–39)
Karl Inge Sandred, 1925–2008. R. C. (139–41)
Brian K. Roberts, Landscapes, Documents and Maps: Villages in Northern England and Beyond, AD 900–1250. Paul Cavill (149)
Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus, The Place-Names of Fife, volume 2. Carole Hough (150).
Volume 40 (2008)
'Towards a reassessment of "Kingston" place-names' Duncan Probert (7–22)
'Upton, Thurgarton Wapentake, Nottinghamshire' Jean Cameron with Paul Cavill and Richard Jones (23–33)
'Reflections on some major Lincolnshire place-names. Part 1: Algakirk to Melton Ross' Richard Coates (35–95)
'Freemantle' Keith Briggs (97–111)
'The Domesday Book castle LVVRE' Keith Briggs (113–18)
Notes and Corrigenda
'Seven Wells, JEPNS 39 (2007) 7–44' Keith Briggs (119–20)
'Hopping Hill, Milford, Db' Alan James (121–23)
'Puppy's Palour revisited' David Horovitz (125–28)
'Correction to The Place-Names of Gloucestershire, vol. 3 (EPNS Survey vol. 40)' Richard Coates (129–30)
Beryl Lewis, Boundary Landscapes: A Walk at Staunton on Arrow in Herefordshire to Look for the Boundary of an Anglo-Saxon Estate. Margaret Gelling (137–39)
David Griffiths, Andrew Reynolds and Sarah Semple (eds), Boundaries in Medieval Britain. Richard Coates (139–40)
Stephen Yeates, Religion, Community and Territory: Defining Religion in the Severn Valley and Adjacent Hills from the Iron Age to the Early Medieval period. John Baker (140–44)
N. J. Higham (ed), Britons in Anglo-Saxon England. Paul Cavill (144–49).
Volume 39 (2007)
'Seven Wells' Keith Briggs (7–44)
'Wirral carrs and holms' Stephen Harding (45–57)
'South-West English dumball, dumble, dunball, "pasture subject to (occasional) tidal flooding"' Richard Coates (59–72)
'Azure Mouse, Bloater Hill, Goose Puddings, and One Land called the Cow: continuity and conundrums in Lincolnshire minor names' Richard Coates (73–143)
'Carlton on Trent' Jean Cameron with Paul Cavill (145–49)
'The Blorenge, near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire/Gwent' Richard Coates (157–59)
Harold Fox, 1945–2007. Oliver J. Padel (173)
John T. Baker, Cultural Transition in the Chilterns and Essex Regions, 350 AD to 650 AD. Della Hooke (159)
Simon Draper, Landscape, Settlement and Society in Roman and Early Medieval Wiltshire. John Baker (161).
Volume 38 (2006)
'Chesterblade, Somerset, with a reflection on the element chester' Richard Coates (5–12)
'Some observations on Blore, Staffordshire' Richard Coates (13–16)
'Blandford Forinseca? The problem of forum in English place-names' Paul Cullen (17–24)
'Marston Montgomery and Markeaton, Derbyshire' Mary Wiltshire and Sue Woore (25–30)
'Martlesham and Newbourne: a note on two obscure Suffolk names' Keith Briggs (31–36)
'Minor names of Caunton, Nottinghamshire' Jean Cameron (37–42)
'Behind the dictionary-forms of Scandinavian elements in England' Richard Coates (43–61)
'River names, Celtic and Old English: their dual medieval and post-medieval personalities' Stephen Yeates (63–81)
Peder Gammeltoft and Bent Jørgensen (eds), Names through the Looking Glass: Festschrift in Honour of Gillian Fellows-Jensen. Philip Shaw (89)
Timeline Historical Maps. Richard Coates (89).
Volume 37 (2005)
'The imperial context of place-names in Roman Britain' Alexei Solopov (5–18)
'Mearcella in S 703 and the etymology of Childrey Brook' Kathryn Lowe (19–31)
'A Tendring hundred miscellany' Richard Coates (37–47)
'The antiquity of Moggerhanger, Bedfordshire' Richard Coates (48–51)
'The minor names of Norwell, Nottinghamshire' Jean Cameron (53–58)
'Wolf Rock, off Land's End' Andrew Breeze (59–60)
'A note on the place-name Mottram St. Andre, Cheshire' Jane Laughton (32)
'Two notes on names in tūn in relation to pre-English antiquities: Kirmington and Broughton, Lincolnshire' Richard Coates (33–36)
A. Barclay, G. Lambrick, J. Moore and M. Robinson, Lines in the Landscape: Cursus Monuments in the Upper Thames Valley. John Baker (66)
D. Miles, S. Palmer, G. Lock, C. Gosden and A. M. Cromarty, Uffington White Horse and its Landscape. Della Hooke (67)
Joel F. Mann, An International Glossary of Place Name Elements. Richard Coates (70).
Volume 36 (2004)
'The distribution of tūn place-names in Hertfordshire, Essex and neighbouring areas' John Baker (5–22)
'The River Garw of Glamorgan and Gara Bridge, Devon' Andrew Breeze (23–24)
'Revisiting Dingesmere' Paul Cavill, Stephen Harding and Judith Jesch (25–38)
'The Lyme' Richard Coates (39–50)
'The use of ON nata in place-names' Ann Cole (51–53)
'Toponymic traces of the earlier inhabitants of north-eastern Leicestershire' Barrie Cox (55–60)
'Another (ge)strēones halh' Carole Hough (61–62)
'Chilton and other place-names from Old English cild' Carole Hough (63–65)
'A note on herrings in place-names' David N. Parsons (83–85)
'A further note on herrings in place-names' Paul Cullen (85)
Esmé Pattison. Paul Cavill (87–89)
G. Malcolm and D. Bowsher (eds), Middle Saxon London: Excavations at the Royal Opera House 1989–99. John Baker (95).
Volume 35 (2003)
'English place-name studies: some reflections' Margaret Gelling (5–16)
'Strenshall, Streanaeshalch and Stronsay' Carole Hough (17–24)
'Ellough: a Viking temple in Suffolk?' David N. Parsons (25–30)
'Do –ingas place-names occur in pairs?' Susan Laflin (31–40)
'Middle Breton *Conek and Consett near Durham' Andrew Breeze (41–43)
'Hough and Hoon, Derbyshire' Barry Crisp, Brian Rich, Mary Wiltshire and Sue Woore (45–48)
'The use of Netel in place-names' Ann Cole (49–58)
Victor Watts. John Insley (59–60)
C. Hough and K. A. Lowe (eds), 'Lastworda Betst': Essays in Memory of Christine E. Fell. Alex Woolf (67)
J. Miles, Owl's Hoot: How People Name their Houses. Richard Coates (70).
Volume 34 (2002)
'Bow, bowmen and bowers' M. A. Atkin (5–14)
'Welsh Cynog and Chinnock, Somerset' Andrew Breeze (15–16)
'Beverley: a beaver's lodge place' Richard Coates (22)
'The problems of the bee-keepers' M. C. Higham (23–28)
'An analysis of Romsey field-names' Coralie Lagrange and Henry Daniels (29–58)
J. Graham Campbell et al., Vikings and the Danelaw. Jayne Carroll (59)
H. Moisl, Lordship and Tradition in Barbarian Europe. John Insley (66).
Volume 33 (2001)
'The name of the River Tiddy' Andrew Breeze (5–6)
'The evolution of street-naming in Kenilowrth, Warwickshire' G. Hilton (7–13)
'Postscript to Pitchcombe' Carole Hough (14)
'Elders and betters: Hinderclay in Suffolk' Kathryn Lowe (15–20)
'The two-fold development for Old English æ in 12th- and 14th-century Kentish place-names' M. A. Martín Díaz (21–54)
'The Owers, Les Ours, Weemburg and "The Old City": place-names, history and submarine archaeology' W. A. R. Richardson (55–114)
'Mixing and matching: a study of the Woking Street-namestock' Audrey Rossett and Henry Daniels (115–146)
Kenneth Cameron CBE, FBA (147–48).
Volume 32 (2000)
'Assessing the evidence for the earliest Anglo-Saxon place-names of Bedfordshire' Martin Blake (5–20)
'Plardiwick' Richard Coates (21–22)
'The Sinodun Hills, Little Wittenham, Berkshire' Richard Coates (23–25)
'Ersc: distribution and use of this Old English place-name element' Ann Cole (27–39)
'The field-names of Kingsbury (Middlesex)' W. E. Cunningham (41–46)
'The field-name Felterrode' Carole Hough (47–49)
'The place-name Pitchcombe' Carole Hough (50–52)
'Some place-name distributions' Victor Watts (53–72)
A plethora of parks – mainly Merton examples' Geoffrey Wilson (73–75)
Aileen Armstrong FRHS. John Field (76)
Della Hooke, Warwickshire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds. Joy Jenkins (78).
Volume 31 (1999)
'Presidential Address: on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the English Place-Name Society, Wednesday 15 July 1998' Margaret Gelling (5–8)
'A north-west Devon anomaly: Hartland' Richard Coates (9–18)
'cisel, grēot, stān and the four U's' Ann Cole (19–30)
'What was a Caldecote?' Philip Tallon (31–54)
'Two Lincolnshire coastal names' A. E. B. Owen (55–62)
'Some observations on gē, gau, and go' Keith Bailey (63–76)
'Place-names in –cot: the Buckinghamshire evidence' Keith Bailey (77–90)
'Meeting-places in Wilvaston Hundred, Cheshire' Aliki Pantos (91–112)
'The name of Ganarew, near Monmouth' Andrew Breeze (113–14)
'Overhall and Netherhall' Joan Turville-Petre (115–17)
Christine E. Fell, 1938–98 (118)
John Kousgård Sørensen, 1925–99 (118)
L. Van Durme, Galloromaniae Neerlandicae Submersae Fragmenta. Victor Watts (125)
Hywel Wyn Owen, The Place-Names of Wales: A Pocket Guide. John Freeman (127)
Richard Munro, Place Names of the Falkland Islands; and James Hodson, An Historical Gazetteer of Cheltenham. Paul Cavill (130).
Volume 30 (1998)
'A surviving Latin place-name in Sussex: Firle' Richard Coates (5–15)
'Merrow and some related Brittonic matters in Surrey' Richard Coates (16–22)
'Liscard and Irish names in Northern Wirral' Richard Coates (23–26)
'Baumber in Lindsey' Barrie Cox (27–32)
'Some London Inn and Tavern Names, 1423–1426' Barrie Cox (33–42)
'Robynhill or Robin Hood's Hills?' Michael Evans (43–52)
'Old English *Coppa' Carole Hough (60–76)
'Place-name evidence for Old English bird-names' Carole Hough (60–76)
'Everton – not a tūn?' Pamela Russell (77–81)
'Places named "Anstey": a gazetteer' M. A. Atkin (83–98)
'The origin of the name Roucil, Kenilworth, Warwickshire' G. Hilton (99–104)
'The etymology of Rouncil' Margaret Gelling (106)
'Conservation and innovation in the toponymy of a West Riding township' Henry R. Daniels (107–53)
Olof Arngart, 1905–97 (155)
Rune Forsberg, 1908–97 (155).
Volume 29 (1997)
'Coastal place-name enigmas on early cahrts and in early sailing directions' W. A. R. Richardson (5–61)
'Clovelly again' Richard Coates (63–64)
'The place-name Fritwell' Carole Hough (65–70)
'The ladies of Portinscale' Carole Hough (71–78)
'flēot: distribution and use of this OE place-name element' Ann Cole (79–87)
K. Cameron, English Place Names. A. Everitt (89–94)
P. Jackson (ed), Words, Names and History: Selected Writings of Cecily Clark. P. McClure (94–99)
B. Crawford (ed), Scandinavian Settlement in Northern Britain. K. Cameron (99–100)
W. Van Osta, Toponymie van Brasschaat. V. Watts (100–103).
Volume 28 (1996)
'Birds in amber: the nature of English place-name elements' David N. Parsons and Tania Styles (5–31)
'Moonhill' Carole Hough and Barrie Cox (32–35)
'Clovelly, Devon' Richard Coates (36–44)
'The place-name Annesley' Carole Hough (45–49)
'Yarboroughs in Lindsey' Barrie Cox (50–60)
'The Frogmore sites of Hertfordshire' Margery Guest (61–70)
'Three place-name compounds: OE swīnland, OE wiþersted, and OE cēapland' Carole Hough (71–76)
L. van Durme, Toponymie van Velzeke-Ruddershove en Bochoute. John Insley (77–78).
Volume 27 (1995)
'The two Goxhills' Richard Coates (5–13)
'OE wearg in Warnborough and Wreighburn' Carole Hough (14–20). Available to download (PDF)
'Assandūn and Assatún: the value of skaldic evidence for English place-name studies' Matthew Townend (21–29)
'Early field-names in a Norfolk parish' Mary Hesse (31–42)
'English cuckoos, dignity and impudence' Richard Coates (43–49)
'Indexes to the field-name sections in The Place-Names of Surrey and The Place-Names of Essex' John Field (50–55).
Volume 26 (1994)
'Lord Dainton, patron of the Society' Kenneth Cameron (5–6)
'A new dictionary of English Place-Names' Victor Watts (7–14)
'English place-names: the Leverhulme project' Carole Hough (15–26). Available to download (PDF)
'Baulking: an Anglo-Saxon industry revealed' Ann Cole (27–31)
S. Robinson, Somerset Place-Names. Richard Coates (33)
Volume 25 (1993)
'Some notes on the history of the English Place-Name Society' A. M. Armstrong, Margaret Gelling and K. Cameron (1–8)
'Harrow fields in Heswall-cum-Oldfield' Florence Vipond (9–10)
'Paganism and Christianity in Wirral?' Margaret Gelling (11)
'Place-names as evidence for recreation' David Dymond (12–18)
'The Anglo-Saxon bounds of Æt Bearuwe' Paul Everson and G. C. Knowles (19–37)
'The distribution and use of mere as a generic in place-names' Ann Cole (38–50)
Sir Clifford Darby (56)
Denise Kenyon, Origins of Lancashire. John Insley (52–57)
Peter Drummond, Scottish Hill and Mountain Names. W. F. H. Nicolaisen (57–60).
Volume 24 (1992)
'Lyonesse and the Wolf. A case study in place-name corruption' W. A. R. Richardson (4–29)
'Distribution and use of the Old English place-name Mere-tūn' Ann Cole (30–41)
'The significance of Here-ford' David Torvell (42–48)
'Byflete revisited' Barrie Cox (49–50)
'Cecily Clark: A personal appreciation' Margaret Gelling (51–52)
Dr Gordon John Copley, 1914–1991 (53–54).
Volume 23 (1991)
'The names of Lewes: some problems and possibilities' Richard Coates (5–15)
'Railways, developers and place-names: the case of Raynes Park' Geoffrey Wilson (16–25)
'Burna and brōc. Problems involved in retrieving the Old English usage of these place-name elements' Ann Cole (26–48)
Professor Kenneth H. Jackson, 1909–91 (49).
Volume 22 (1990)
'Rutland in the Danelaw: a field-names perspective' Barrie Cox (7–22)
'The field-name Puppys Parlour' David Torvell (23–26)
'The origin, distribution and use of the place-name element ōra, and its relationship to the element ofer' Ann Cole (26–41)
'Byflete' Barrie Cox (42–46)
'Some Buckinghamshire place-names reconsidered' John Chenevix Trench (47–53)
Professor J. McNeal Dodgson, 1928–90 (54–55).
Volume 21 (1989)
'Old English words not hitherto noted in place-names: some examples from Hampshire' Richard Coates (5–14)
'The meaning of the Old English place-name element ōra' Ann Cole (15–22)
'Notes on Lancashire place-names 2: the later names' Denise Kenyon (23–53).
Volume 20 (1988)
'Furze, gorse and whin: an aside on Rutland in the Danelaw' Barrie Cox (3–9)
'A couple of English hundred-names' O. Arngart (10–13)
'Kingston place-names: an interim report' Jill Bourne (13–37)
'The distribution and usage of the place-name elements botm, bytme and botn' Ann Cole (38–46)
C. E. Blunt OBE, FBA (48)
J. P. Oakden MA, PhD, DLitt (49).
Volume 19 (1987)
'The Scandinavians in Norfolk: some observations on the place-names in -by' Karl Inge Sandred (5–28)
'The need for a national survey of place-names in Wales' Gwynedd O. Price (29–43)
'A brief comment from across the dyke' Margaret Gelling (43–44)
'The distribution of usage of the OE place-name Cealc' Ann Cole (45–55)
'Three more Walcots' John Bleach and Richard Coates (56–63)
Christopher Blunt OBE; Dr James P. Oakden (66).
Volume 18 (1986)
'Comments on the location of some of the forms in PN Worcs pp. 293–303 (Halesowen and its townships)' P. S. Keate (5–12)
'Notes on Lancashire place-names 1, the early names' Denise Kenyon (13–37)
'Euroclydon: a Biblical place-name' Paul Coones (38–39)
'Towards an explanation of the Kentish -mondens' Richard Coates (40–47)
Della Hooke, The Anglo-Saxon Landscape, the Kingdon of the Hwicce. Denise Kenyon (48–49).
Volume 17 (1985)
'Some notes on Barnby and related place-names in England' M. S. Parker (5–13)
'The significance of the place-name, Stonegrave' G. E. Morris (14–19)
'Addenda and corrigenda to E. Ekwall The Place-Names of Lancashire' Denise Kenyon (20–106).
Volume 16 (1984)
'Remarks on "pre-English" in England: with special reference to *uentā, *ciltā and *cunāco' Richard Coates (1–24)
'Starting from Youlthorpe (East Riding of Yorkshire) on an onomastic Circular Tour' Cecily Clark (25–37)
'The Domesday Manor of Langeberge cum Mene' Allan Warmington (38–49)
'Field-names at Woodhall, Pinner, Middlesex' Kenneth Kirkman (50–57)
Basil Cottle, Names. John Insley (58–66)
Adrian Room, A Concise Dictionary of Modern Place-Names in Great Britain and Ireland. Richard Coates (67–69).
Volume 15 (1983)
'The place-name Hindrelac' Victor Watts (3–4)
'The place-names Weybourne and Wooburn' O. Arngart (5–8)
'English medieval Latin *bellerīca' Richard Coates (20–23)
'Stock tracks along township boundaries' Mary A. Atkin (24–32)
'"Landscape History" and current trends in landscape studies' Della Hooke (33–52)
Professor Dorothy Whitelock (1)
Professor M. T. Löfvenberg (2).
Volume 14 (1982)
'The Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian occupation of Nottinghamshire' P. T. H. Unwin (1–31)
'OE walh in English place-names: an addendum' V. E. Watts and E. F. M. Prince (32–36)
Klaus Forster, Englische Familiennamen aus Ortsnamen: Studien zu Lautlicher Sonderentwicklungen bei Eigennamen. John Insley (37–44)
John Field, Place-Names of Greater London. Margaret Gelling (45–46)
M. L. Faull and S. A. Moorhouse (eds.), West Yorkshire; an Archaeological Survey. Margaret Gelling (47–51).
Volume 13 (1981)
'Burial features in West Midlands charters' Della Hooke (1–40)
'Kill Caiis in Clayton-le-Woods, Lancashire' Mary A. Atkin (41–49)
'The slighting of Strensall' Richard Coates (50–53)
V. D. Belen'kaja, Ocerk: anglojzycnoj taponimiki. H. Leeming (54–58)
A. L. F. Rivet and C. C. Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain. Richard Coates (59–71).
Volume 12 (1980)
'The meaning and significance of Old English wahl in English place-names' Kenneth Cameron (1–46)
'Appendix 1, The archaeological significance of place-names in walh' Malcolm Todd (47–50)
'Appendix 2, The continental evidence: OHG wal(a)h' John Insley (50–53)
'The hundred-name Wayland' O. Arngart (54–58)
'The etymology of the first element of Woodsford, Dorset' John Insley (59–65)
'A note on a "grant by Aethelbald, king of Mercia, to Ealdorman Cyneberht, of land at Stour in Ismere, Worcs." (no. 154 in Birch)' Deborah Ford (66–69)
'Methodological reflexions on Leatherhead' Richard Coates (70–74).
Volume 11 (1979)
'Anglo-Saxon landscapes of the West Midlands' Della Hooke (3–23)
'Place-names and past landscape' Margaret L. Faull (24–46)
'The coastal toponyms of Anglesey' Bedwyr Lewis Jones and Tomos Roberts (47–53)
Professor Bruce Dickins, 1899–1978 (1–2)
P. H. Sawyer (ed.), Medieval Settlement: The Interdisciplinary Approach. John Insley (54–74).
Volume 10 (1978)
'The Badby and Newnham (Northamptonshire) charters' A. E. Brown and T. R. Key (1–6)
'The "erg" place-names of Northern England' Mary C. Higham (7–17)
'A Gaelic-Scandinavian loan-word in English place-names' Gillian Fellows-Jensen (18–25)
'Viking race-courses? The distribution of Skeið place-name elements in northern England' Mary Atkin (26–39)
'Traine Farm, Wembury, Devonshire' R. C. Rowland (40)
'Addenda to the Survey of English Place-Names: personal names in field and minor names' John Insley (41–72).
Volume 9 (1977)
'The quotation of name-forms in Anglo-Saxon charters' A. R. Rumble (3–5)
'The Wheathampstead (Herts.) charter-bounds, A.D. 1060: a corrected text and notes on the boundary-points' A. R. Rumble (6–12)
'Application of field-names in the Cambridge west fields' Catherine P. Hall (13–19)
'Derogatory field-names' John Field (20–25)
Dr. Olof von Feilitzen, 1908–76 (1–2)
Bo Seltén, The Anglo-Saxon Heritage in Middle English Personal Names. East Anglia 1100–1399. C. M. Carnes (26–30)
Judith Glover, The Place Names of Sussex. Margaret Gelling (31–32).
Volume 8 (1976)
'Rothbury, a note on a Northumberland place-name' Christopher Påhlsson (9–11)
'The place-names of the earliest English records' Barrie Cox (12–66)
Mr B. G. Lucas (7–8).
Volume 7 (1975)
'The place-name Disley' Gillis Kristensson (7–10)
'An examination of the -ingas, -inga- place-names in the East Midlands' Joost Kuurman (11–44)
'Hafdic: a Lindsey name and its implications' A. E. B. Owen (45–56)
Professor Melville Richards, 1910–73 (6).
Volume 6 (1974)
'Onomastic and topographical sources in English local record offices September 1970: a summary guide' A. R. Rumble (10–34)
'Addenda and corrigenda to the Survey of English Place-Names' John McN. Dodgson (35–52)
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 (7–9).
Volume 5 (1973)
'The English Place-Name Society 1923–73' Dorothy Whitelock (6–14)
'The significance of the distribution of English place-names in hām in the Midlands and East Anglia' Barrie Cox (15–73)
A. D. Mills (ed.), The Dorset Lay Subsidy Roll of 1332. A. R. Rumble (79–82).
Volume 4 (1972)
'Shoelands' Cyril R. Hart (6–11)
'The medieval boundary of Coulsdon (Surey), with an Appendix of Place-Names addenda to Vol. XI The Place-Names of Surrey' A. R. Rumble (12–36)
'A distribution pattern: -ingas in Kent' Sarah Kirk (37–59)
E. Oshaka, Hand-List of Anglo-Saxon Non-Runic Inscriptions. O. von Feilitzen (63–67).
Volume 3 (1971)
'The Merstham (Surrey) charter-bounds, A.D. 947' A. R. Rumble (6–31)
'Addenda and corrigenda to the Survey of English Place-Names and Journal 1 and 2' (32–51).
Volume 2 (1970)
'The Domesday Book account of the Bruce Fief' Gillian Fellows-Jensen (8–17)
'Addenda and corrigenda to the Survey of English Place-Names' John McN. Dodgson and P. Khaliq (18–74.
Volume 1 (1969)
'Addenda and corrigenda to the Survey of English Place-Names' K. Cameron and K. Jackson (9–52).
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