Early-attested site in the Parish of Cullompton
- Hakelond 1281 Ass 1283 Ass 1333 SR
- Hakalond(e) 1305 Ass
- Hakalond(e) juxta Alre Peverel 1311 Ass
William (de) Haka was living here in 1305 and 1311 (Ass ) and his family probably gave name to the place. His name may itself be descriptive, referring to the projecting tongue of land here. v. Hackpen supra 538.