David Hackett Fischer, Albion's Seed: Four British Folkways in America
(New York: Oxford University Press, 1991), p. 97:
Sussex Puritans made heavy use of hortatory names
such as Be-courteous Cole (in the Parish of Pevensey), Safely-on-high Snat (Uckfield), Fight-the-good-fight-of-faith White (Ewhurst), Small-hope Biggs (Rye), Humiliation Scratcher (Westham),
Kill-sin Pemble (also Westham), and Mortifie Hicks (Hailsham). A classic example was an
unfortunate young woman named ffly fornication Bull, of Hailsham, Sussex, who was made pregnant
in the shop of a yeoman improbably called Goodman Woodman.