1) A ‘felloe’ or ‘felly’ was one of the curved pieces of wood which made up the rim of a wheel.
1540 to a ploghe wright for … hewing felewes, Hampole
1545 ij gange of feloys, Ecclesfield. ‘Felf’ and ‘felk’ were variant spellings which occurred regularly in parts of Yorkshire from the sixteenth century: 1567 thre axell trees certayne felkes with other tymber, Fixby
1616 four felghes for a cogge whele, Almondbury
1642 Aboute the time wee beginne to cutte grasse … wee sende worde to the Wright to come and see that the axle-trees and felfes of the waines be sownde, Elmswell
1667 eight Axletrees … two paire of Naves, two gang of felkes, North Bierley
1751 felfs and speaks for husbandry, Branton Green.