Pentridge Remote; the Trantridge of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbevilles.
|Petrishesham: Odo FitzEverbold; Isolde. Mill.|
Stone-built, thatched houses.
|Pidele: Abbey of Marmoutier; Count of Mortain.|
|Pidrie: St. Peter's Winchester. 3 mills.|
Tudor manor house.
|Pilesdone: Edric the king's thane.|
Pimperne Neolithic barrow nearby.
|Plumbere: Swein, the king's thane, and Ralph from him.|
Now North Poorton; thatched cottages.
|Povertone / -a / Povrtone / Powrtone / -a / Bovetone: Abbotsbury Abbey; Tavistock Abbey; Arnulf de Hesdin; Roger Arundel; David the Interpreter. Mill. 1 mare, 32 goats.|
17th century manor house, home of Admiral Hardy who fought with Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar.
|Portesham: Abbotsbury Abbey; the wife of Hugh FitzGrip.|
The Isle of Portland, famous for stone quarrying and its naval base.
|Porland: King's land. 900 sheep.|
In the danger area of the Lulworth army firing ranges.
|Povintone: Robert FitzGerald. Mill.|
Earthwork of Norman Powerstock Castle; Iron Age fort nearby.
|Povrestoch / a: Hugh from Roger Arundel. 16 goats.|
17th century manor house.
|Pocheswelle / a: Cerne Abbey and Hugh's wife from the abbey.|
|Ponditone / a: William from Count of Mortain. Mill.|
Preston (in Tarrant Rushton)
|Prestetune: Bishop of Lisieux.|
|Pretone: King's land; Bolle the priest. 2 mills.|
|Poleham: Reinbald the priest from the king; William de Mohun. 15 goats, 170 sheep.|
16th century manor house.
|Pomaconole / a: William de Moutiers from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip. Mill.|
Purbeck Possibly Purbeck Hill or land in vanished Purbeck Hundred.
15th century Purse Caundle Manor. An earlier house was given by King John to John Alleyn who looked after sick or injured royal hounds.
|Candel / e: Saeward from the king; Athelney Abbey; Alfred the Butler.|