Prior to 1066 the manor was part of the lands granted by King Edward to his wife Edith. Alric held several tenancies, including Halsway, Bicknoller, Monksilver and Combe Hawey.
1066 William conquers England. Crowned king on Christmas Day.
1086 Roger de Courcelle. Alric remained tenant.
1166c Thomas de Haweia (of Combe Hawey).
1275 Thomas II de Haweia.
1284-5 John de Haweia, younger son of Thomas II (died before 1295).
1297c Joan, John’s daughter married Sir Peter Stradling (died circa 1300).
1303c John of Penbrigg is recorded as holding a half fee to the Manor.
1310c Joan married John of Penbrigg, She died circa 1313, at John’s death whole estate passed to her younger son.
1316 Sir Edward Stradling I.
1363 Sir Edward Stradling II.
1394 Sir William Stradling.
1407 Sir Edward Stradling III, married Joan, daughter of Henry Beaufort, Chancellor of England. New manor house built.
1453 Sir Henry Stradling, as a young man captured by Breton pirates in the Bristol Channel costing his father a substantial ransom.
1476 Sir Thomas Stradling I.
1480 Sir Edward Stradling IV.
1535 Sir Thomas Stradling II.
1571 Sir Edward Stradling V.
1609 Sir John Stradling, a cousin, after 300 years of father to son descent.
1637 James Cade of Devon, bought estate from Elizabeth Stradling.
1640 James Cade II.
1655 James Cade III.
1702 James Cade IV, sold part of the manor to Richard Hembrow.
1741 Charles Cade, Stogumber churchwarden. Manor heavily mortgaged.
Nathaniel Cade, younger brother. Manor sold to William Snow.
Sold to Mary Stoate of Porlock, tenant James Crang farmed for him by Henry Poole Richard Evered, William Thorne On her death Manor left in trust to James Crang
James Crang II
1847 James Crang III. Thornes moved to Woolston.
1873 Charles Rowcliffe and others bought manor from James Crang.
William Rowcliffe, brother, outright owner. Restoration begins.
Charles Booth tenant in 1908.
1912 William Rowcliffe II.
1924 William Nelson Mitchell (died 1937).
1938 Lt.Col John Mardon bought manor from Mrs Tryphena Mitchell.
1959 Ashdale Land and Property Company.
1960 Harold Johns.
1962 Francis Gair Wilkinson.
1965 Halsway Manor Society bought the manor house.
1982 Halsway Manor Society bought the Mews.