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Lordship Title of Pomeroy-La-Slowe, Wiltshire


Sir Thomas de Hungerford is the first recorded Lord of Pomeroy-La-Slowe, he sits as a Member of Parliament for Wiltshire, and in 1386 he is recorded as the first to hold the office of Speaker. Pomeroy-La-Slowe passes to son and heir Walter, Walter is knighted by King Henry IV. Whilst serving with the English army Sir Walter enters a duel with King Charles VI of France, outside Calais, and beats the King. Sir Walter fights at the Battle of Agincourt with 20 men-at-arms and 60 horse-archers. He is appointed an Admiral of the Fleet under the Duke of Bedford. His success and favour continues as he is made a Knight of the Garter, Steward of the Household, and Treasurer of England.

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Lordship Title of Billing, Northamptonshire


William the Conqueror combines the two Billing lordships and grants them to his half-brother Robert Count of Mortain as a reward for his support in the invasion fleet for which he supplied 120 ships and fought in the Battle of Hastings. The transition of Robert’s lands and titles to his son and heir William were not seamless, as a result William's relationship with King Henry is strained. Henry offers him the hand in marriage of Mary of Scotland (daughter of King Malcolm III) which he refuses. Frustrated and angry he leaves England for Normandy. There he joins forces with the Duke of Normandy, and together they attack several of King Henry’s holdings in Europe. William is imprisoned in the Tower of London, all his lands and titles are stripped from him.

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