Home of the Napper’s in the 1800’s. The Napper ancestry were party to the first record of Loxwood in 1248. In 1939 Lakers Lodge was the centre of the Loxwood Home Guard operations.
The historic Manor House of Loxwood first painted in 1791 by Swiss artist Samuel Hieronymus Grimm. In the 13th, 14th & 15th centuries Drungewick Manor was the rural retreat of the Bishops of Chichester.
Greathouse was the home of the King ancestry from the 13th century. The Kings became the principle landowners in Loxwood. This photograph was probably the first taken in the village in c1840.