1308 Manor purchased by John Banstede.
1323 John Banstede died and his widow, Parnell, inherited.
1342 Parnell died, outliving her two sons Edmund and Guy. Edmund’s son, John Banstede, inherited.
1358 John died and his son, John, a minor, inherited.
1359 John died, still a minor, and his brother, Edward, inherited.
1432 Edward died and his son, Sir Edmund, a minor, held the manor through his mother Joan.
1448 Joan died and Eleanor held it for Sir Edmund whilst he was still a minor.
1451 Eleanor died and it went to Sir Edmund’s son, Sir John Banstede.
1471 Sir John Banstede died and his son, William, inherited.
1484 William conveyed the manor to Richard Stutvelle, through Trustees.
1506 Richard died and Thomas (1), inherited.
1514 Thomas died and Thomas (2) inherited.
1571 Thomas died and Thomas (3) inherited.
1587 Thomas (3) sold it to Sir John Cotton, who also held Chevely Manor.
1620 Sir John Cotton sold it to Simon Folkes (1).
1642 Sir Simon Folkes died and left it to John Raven, under the condition that it went to Simon’s nephew, Simon Folkes (2), when he died.
1652-1662 Between: Inherited by Simon (2).
1669 Simon (2) died and his son, John, inherited.
17 C House on the site was recorded with 4 hearths.
1708 John died and his son, Martin (1) inherited.
1746 Martin (1) died and his son, Martin (2) inherited.
1785 Martin (2) died and it passed to his two sisters and their husbands. Fanny who had married Rev. James Thomas Head, and Mary, who had married Christopher.
1792 Late: House on the site was rebuilt for Christopher and Mary Hans with 5 bays.
1828 Mary died and Fanny held it.
1829 Fanny died and it went to Christopher’s grandson, Philip Bennet.
1844 Three arms of the moat remained and enclosed an area of 131ft by 173ft.
1853 Philip Bennet died and his son, Philip, inherited.
1858 Philip Bennet sold it.
1861 Bought by William Allison.
1871 William Allison sold it to Thomas Smith.
1876 Thomas Smith sold it to Samual Web Slater, his son-in-law.
1885 Moat mostly filled in.
1895 Sold to Henry McCalmont, who owned the Chevely Estate.
1919 Henry McCalmont’s heir, Captain Charles Ashe Windham, and Trustees sold it to James Bennie Reid.
1925 Sold to associated of Henry Ernest-Morris, and became Banstead Manor Stud Ltd.
1927 House built on the site.
1937 c: Extended.
1968 Field Investigation.
1987 Sold to Prince Khalid Abdullah’s Juddmonte Farms Ltd.
1990’s Slight traces remain.