1: Aurick Redmark -New Name (NP)
Spelling (Aurick Redmark) most important.
Aurick - Manx given name found in FamilySearch.org in the record of Aurick Corjeige, Death or Burial Date 21 Oct 1623, Place Michael, Isle of Man. Batch: V01065-5 The attached image clearly shows the name.
Redmark - constructed English place name. One of the meanings in the MED s.v. mark(e) (n. 1) is a land, region or territory. (
[ quod.lib.umich.edu ] ). That makes it a generic toponym.
Juliana de Luna's "Compound Placenames in English" (http://medievalscotland.org/jes/EnglishCompoundPlacenames/) gives evidence of the pattern of Family Name + Generic Toponym for place names, including Fygmershe and Ballardes Wood.
Red is an English family name/surname found in Bardsley s.n. Read dated to the 1st year of the reign of Edward III or 1327.
Therefore, Redmark is a constructed English place name for a territory or land belonging to a family surnamed Red.
SENA Appendix A supports the use of unmarked locatives in Middle/Early Modern English.
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