The name Nyetimber first appeared in the Domesday Book in 1086 as ‘Nitimbreha’, believed to refer to a newly timbered house.
In 1139, a Benedictine Monastery was built here. The Nyetimber Manor was passed on from King Henry VIII to his fourth wife Anne of Cleves when their marriage was annulled.
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Source: Sylvia Wu