Ettington Saracens Well

Country: England

Region (County/State / Province): Warwickshire


Contact: Derek Heritage

Photo Credit: Author’s own

Study Description 

The toponym “Ettington” is derived from the Old English words ea for water and don for ascending ground or meadow.[2] The name has evolved through several forms including Eatenden and Eatington. The latter is still used sometimes by locals. There used to be a Lower and Upper Ettington. Lower Ettington was beside the River Stour but was demolished in the 18th century. The present village is what used to be called Upper Ettington, and is on higher ground about 1+1/4 miles (2 km) to the northeast.
(Information from Wikipedia)


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