who once dominated the shores of Britain. The name is derived from "Sculthorpe," the name of a parish in
, and "thorpe," meaning "settlement." It is likely that the original bearer of this name was a native of this parish.
, where the parish of Sculthorpe is located. It was a common practice of the time to refer to a new resident of a city by the name of his hometown; thus, the progenitor of the name Sculthorpe may have been a native of the parish of Sculthorpe who had settled in a different city.
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