Ralph holds Brighton from William. Brictric held it by gift of Earl Godwin. Before 1066 and now it answered for 5 1/2 hides.> Land for 3 ploughs. In Lordship ½ plough; 18 villagers and 9 smallholding’s. 3 ploughs and 1 slave.

From tribute 4000 herrings. Value before 1066 £8 12s; later 100s; now £12.

Brighton was valued at £12 and was charged a rent of 4,000 herring.

Brighton’s was a fishing village. ‘Bristelmestune’ was the old name for what is now the City of Brighton & Hove.

Patcham entry in The Doomsday Book. In the small village of Patcham; William holds Patcham himself, in Lordship. Earl Harold held it before 1066.

Then it answered for 60 hides; now for 40. Land for 80 ploughs. In lordship 8 ploughs; 168 villages and 45 smallholder’s with 82 ploughs, a church, 6 slaves, 10 shepherds, 84 acres woodlands, 100 pigs.

Total value before 1066 £100; later £50; now £80.