Holiday resort; dried-up harbour; Norman church.
|Pageham: Archbishop of Canterbury and Osmelin from him. Mill, church.|
|Pinhedene / Pinwedene: William FitzReginald from William de Warenne.|
Tudor Parham House.
|Perham: Abbot of Westminster before and after 1066; Robert from Earl Roger. Mill.|
Now Little Parrock.
|Apedroc: Count of Mortain, formerly Earl Harold. Hall.|
On the edge of Brighton; 12th century church; Court Farm, formerly the manor house.
|Piceham: William de Warenne and Richard from him. Church.|
Neolithic flint mines nearby.
|Petchinges: Archbishop of Canterbury. Church.|
|Palinges / Pellinges: Godfrey the cleric, Godfrey, Alan, Ansfrid and Roger from Count of Mortain.|
17th century manor house.
|Penehest: Abbot of Battle from Osbern.|
Georgian Perching Manor Farm, beneath Perching Hill, now in Fulking village.
|Berchinges / Percinges: Osward the pre-Conquest holder, Tesselin and William de Watteville from William de Warenne. Mill, hall.|
Town with a 17th century mansion, originally a manor house converted into a castle by the Percy family, c.1309.
|Peteorde: Robert from Earl Roger. Church, mill (189 eels).|
Former Saxon borough with the remains of a moated castle, built by the count within the walls of the Roman Anderida.
|Pevenesel: Count of Mortain. Mint, mill.|
|Pleidena: Count of Eu and Ednoth, Walter, Remir, Geoffrey, Theobald the priest from him. Church.|
Norman church; Plumpton Place, c.1568.
|Pluntune: Hugh FitzRanulf from William de Warenne. Church, 2 mills.|
On the medieval pilgrim's route to Canterbury.
|Porteslage / lamhe: Osward, the pre-Conquest holder, and Albert from William de Warenne.|
14th century church.
|Poninges: William FitzReginald from William de Warenne. Church, 2 mills.|
Preston (in Beddingham)
Preston Court; Preston House.
|Prestetone: Osbern from Count of Eu; Ralph from Count of Mortain.|
Preston (in Binderton)
|Presteton: Durand from Bishop Osbern of Exeter.|
Preston (in Brighton)
Now Preston Park, a Brighton suburb; 13th century church; 14th century manor house.
|Prestetone: Bishop of Chichester and Lovell from him. Church, mill.|
Small town on the River Arun with a 13th century church.
|Poleberge: Robert from Earl Roger. 2 mills, 2 fisheries, 2 churches.|