kent place names - u

Upper Hardes.The Hardres of Upper Hardres is the plural form of Old English harad woods, woodland. In fact the Upper is a much later addition, the town first appearing on record as Haredum in 785 and as Hardes three hundred years later in the Domesday Book. The sense is simply of a place in or at the woods.

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