||Jim Young (guest, 22.214.171.124)
||December 12, 2006 at 6:39:14 AM
||Cholmondeley by LadyBug
Cholmondeley is a Cheshire place name. Basil Cottle, in the Penguin Dictionary of Surnames, explains it thus: 'wood/clearing of (an AS called ship(cf. keel)protector'. If you say so, Mr Cottle. AS stands for Anglo-Saxon.
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- Cholmondeley - LadyBug Dec 11 2006, 4:33:54 PM
- Re: Cholmondeley - Jim Young Dec 12 2006, 6:39:14 AM