The following appear as names for Castle Rising. Follow the links for what the author actually said:
|CASTLE RISING||John Marius Wilson||Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (Edinburgh: A Fullarton & Co., 1870-72).|
|RISING CASTLE||William Camden||Britain, or, a Chorographicall Description of the most flourishing Kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland (London: George Bishop and John Norton, 1610).|
These names were used for units associated with Castle Rising. Click on the links for details of the units and their names:
|CASTLE RISING||Ancient District (Borough)||F. Youngs, Local Administrative Units: Southern England (London: Royal Historical Society, 1979), p. 654.|
|Constituency (PBCon)||Richard H.A. Cheffins, Parliamentary Constituencies and their registers since 1832 (London: The British Library, 1998)|
|Parish-level Unit (CP/AP)||F. Youngs, Local Administrative Units: Southern England (London: Royal Historical Society, 1979), p. 360.|
|Registration sub-District||1911 Census of England and Wales, Table 5, 'Registration Counties, Districts and Sub-districts with their constituent civil parishes. - Urban or Rural District in which each parish is situated; Area; families or separate occupiers, and population, 1901 and 1911; and population enumerated in Institutions, large establishments, and on vessels, &c., 1911'.|
|RISING||Rural Deanery||F. Youngs, Local Administrative Units: Southern England (London: Royal Historical Society, 1979), p. 781.|
NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Castle Rising, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas:
Every name listed here is linked to the particular historical source in which it appears, but we cannot claim that these are all the historical names of Castle Rising, or that our references are to the first usage of the names. Similarly, we have tried to ensure that names included here are not transcription errors by ourselves, but it is possible they are the result of errors made when the historical sources were printed, or the result of visiting authors or census officials mis-hearing local names.
GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, History of Castle Rising in Kings Lynn and West Norfolk | Place names, A Vision of Britain through Time.
Date accessed: 18th June 2013