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Old March 11, 2024, 10:17 PM
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Bury (noun)

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Somehow I haven't been able to find it online. I mean places like Banbury Cross and Bury St Edmunds.
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There's plenty of online information if you search for "Bury Place Name Meaning."
Bury is an Old English place name, meaning 'fortified enclosure', like a 'fort' or 'stronghold'.
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Old March 12, 2024, 03:38 AM
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Thanks! So Newbury and Newcastle is much the same thing

Fornost Erain is Norbury of the Kings, in the same line.

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