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Following on from the first two parts of this trilogy, Richard Neville was the 16th Baron of Flamstead. He was married to Anne, who was the rightful inheritor of the title, and it’s only through this association that he was able to bear the name. The barony came to the Nevilles through the sad passing…Read More
Last month, we brought you up to the point where Guy de Beauchamp, the tenth holder of the Barony of Flamstead, had fallen mysteriously ill. He and King Edward II were not on good terms and the historical finger of suspicion has always pointed towards the king for instrumenting this illness. To put some context…Read More
What more could you ask for than a Barony title in return for helping out at the Battle of Hastings? The Barony of Flamstead was exactly that. It was a reward given to Ralph de Tosny for accompanying William the Conqueror. He’d already enjoyed the hereditary office of Standard Bearer to Duke William, but he…Read More
As we come to the end of March and International Women’s Month, a time to celebrate great names in history, it is appropriate to also recognize those whose contribution have been all but lost to history. Take nurse Lottie Perkins who served in WW1. A spartan life of commitment On 6th May, 1918 Miss Constance…Read More
Ewyas Harold is a village in the Golden Valley of Herefordshire. The first construction on the site of Ewyas Castle is believed to have been built by the Saxons before William the Conqueror arrived. The original was a motte and bailey castle. But following the Norman conquest, this was rebuilt by William Fitz Osbern at…Read More