2020-08-29 15:03:59 UTC
I'm working through a bounds description said to come from the time of
Henry V. I have a location named as "Arnfield tyse". The start of the
first word is slightly damaged but Arnfield is the best bet. It would
make more sense in the circumstances if it were Greenfield but it
The location is almost certainly at this point where boundaries meet at
the arrow here
The previous landmarks can be located to the S an the next to the E.
There is an Arnfield but it's several miles to the SW across upland peat
and deep valleys and in the next county, now Derbyshire but originally
Cheshire. Is there any meaning of "tyse" or a homonym which could be
applied to some detached property?
"Tyas" is a known surname in the area and occurs in the place name
Farnley Tyas but the 't' is definitely lower case and it doesn't seem
likely that it would get attached to a patch of otherwise