Block names for specific quilt patterns are a more recent invention. According to my sources, we do not know how 19th century women referred to their patterns. As patterns began to be published, and sold, then names began to be attached to them.
Today's pattern is know as both Churn Dash, and Hole in the Barn Door.
(Sorry for the poor scan)
The second name makes more sense to me! This one is a classic and has been around for a long time. Now in looking ahead I see I have no blocks for D and E, so it's off to the quilt block databases, and then off to the sewing room to make up some new blocks for this A to Z challenge!