1) A regional alternative of stack-yard, an enclosure close to a farm where hay, corn, and the like might be stacked.
1402-3 In alloc. Rectori de Hemmyngburgh pro le Stakgarth 2s
1546 one oxgange land ... a kylne house, a stacke garthe, Hull
1571 a peasestacke in the staikgarthe, Elmswell
1597 In the laith & stackgarth ... corne threshed and unthreshed, South Cave
1616 felled ... my ellers ... and my Stackgarth hedge, Brandsby
1642 five score and nine grasse-cockes ... of these the little Staggarth had 7, Elmswell. In 1338, ‘that messuage called le Stacgarth’ in Easthorpe was leased to William Michel.