The eatlier name for Heath, in the Scarsdale Hundred of Derbyshire, was Lund from Old Norse lundr ‘grove, small grove’. Heath from Old English hǣð ‘heather; a tract of uncultivated land’ replaced the older name which remains only as a field name.
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Kenneth Cameron, The Place-Names of Derbyshire II. English Place-Name Society Volume XXVIII (1959), pp. 261-262.