A pair of leather turnshoes based on examples found at Coppergate, York. The shoes are vegetable tanned and fastened by a toggle on the side.
Carlton Curlieu, in the Gartree Hundred of Leicestershire, is a partly Scandinavianized form of Old English Ceorlenatun, from Old English ceorl (ceorlena genitive plural, Old Norse karl, genitive plural karla) ‘a freeman of the lower class, a peasant’ combined with Old English tun ‘an enclosure; a farmstead; a village; an estate’. The feudal affix Curlieu is the family name of William de Curley who held the manor in 1253.
Stixwould, in the South Riding of Lincolnshire, is a hybrid place-name from the Old Norse male personal name Stigr and Anglian wald ‘a forest; high forest-land’, which is topographically appropriate.