I've seen him with Sir Huon and the Lady Esclairmonde stepping just as they stepped to avoid the track of Cold Iron in a furrow, or walking wide of some old ash-tot because a man had left his swop-hook or spade there;

This is from "Rewards and Fairies" by Kipling. What does "some old ash-tot" mean?

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