stave hedge

1) A fence of staves or wooden posts.

1651 George Clarke … did unlawfully breake and enter into six roodes of hedgins called a stafe hedge, Royston

1669 an encroachment of four or five yards in length of a stafe hedge at the back of his quickset, Leeds. Wright also has ‘staff-and-band hedge’, defined as a hedge of stakes interlaced with twigs.

places Leeds Royston
dates 1651 1669

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