Halnaker shown within West Sussex
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Halnaker is a hamlet in the Chichester district of West Sussex, England. It lies on the A285 road 3.5 miles (5.6km) northeast of Chichester, where it follows the line of the Roman road to London called Stane Street. There is a traditional pub, The Anglesey Arms and a blacksmiths shop. Goodwood House is southwest of the village. North of the village Halnaker Windmill stands on 128 metre high Halnaker Hill, a southern outpost of the South Downs.
The same William holds Halnaker of the Earl. Alweard held it TRE and then as now it was assessed at nine hildes. There is land for five ploughs. In demesne there are two ploughs and seventeen villans with twelve cottars with two ploughs. There are eight acres of meadow and woodland for 9 pigs. In Chichester are three burgesses paying 5 shillings. TRE it was woth four pounds now 100 shillings.
The place was in medieval times also referred to as Halfnaked.
- Earl Roger held several manors in Sussex including Mid Lavant, Chichester, Binderton and Cocking.
- Tempore Regis Edward ie in the time of King Edward before the Norman Conquest in 1066
- Domesday Book, a complete translation, Ann Williams and GH Martin (Eds), p61, ISBN 0-14-051535-6, 2002
- L.F. Salzmann, ed. (1916). An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509. pp. 11–15.
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