Overbourn Marshes

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The Overbourn Marshes were located in the Southfarthing, south of the Shirebourn river, where it flowed into the Brandywine river.[1]

Etymology[edit]

The name probably means 'over (across) the bourn (stream)'. Old English ofer means "border, margin, edge" and the element -bourn, common in English river- and place-names, refers to the Shirebourn.[2]

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