Welcome to Hapton History Group

A Norfolk village that's seen more than a thousand years of history

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A Brief History of Time

The village of Habetuna (derived from 'Habba' and 'tun' - meaning Habba's enclosure or farmstead), in the hundred of Depwade in the county of Norfolk, is listed in The Doomsday Book of 1086. There were 33 households noted, making it one of the largest 40% of settlements at the time.

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