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Lordship and Barony Titles of Distinction

An exclusive and unique service providing Lordship and Barony Titles for sale, supported by UK registered legal professionals

Titles for Sale

An exclusive and unique service providing Lordship and Barony Titles for sale, supported by UK registered legal professionals

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Lordship Title of Barrow Lane, Somerset

During the reign of Henry VIII Barrow Lane passes to William Stourton, 7th Baron Stourton, who plays a key role in the Pilgrimage of Grace (The Yorkshire uprising).  Later William accompanies Earl of Hertford to France where he is appointed Deputy of Newhaven. In 1548 his estate was granted to his son, Charles 8th Baron Stourton, who is asked by Mary Tudor to help with the succession. Charles is later tried, and found guilty of murder...

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‘Keeping History Alive’ The Barons & Barony of North Cadbury

May 17, 2018

  The Barons & Barony of North Cadbury – Then & Now   Baron of North Cadbury is a feudal title of England. The barony was created by William the Conqueror in about 1066 as a gift for one of his Norman barons – Turstin FitzRolf – who fought for him as his loyal standard-bearer…

Lordship of Barrow Lane, Charlton Musgrove, Somerset

May 11, 2018

We’re planning a series now, the aim of which being to give fabulous texture to some of the titles that we have available. The depth of English history that sits behind them makes each one more than just the sum of its legal constituents; each has played a role in making England what it is…

A bridge too far… Stamford, 1066

April 11, 2018

Edward the Confessor left quite a frenzy of conflict behind when he died in January 1066. There were many claimants to the throne, and none were averse to throwing down their gauntlet for it. Last month’s article on the Battle of Fulford illustrates this point well, with Hardrarda, King of Norway, and Tostig Godwinson –…

Spring Special

March 28, 2018

Spring Special Manorial Counsel are offering 1 years complimentary Annual Membership to your choice of the following; National Trust, English Heritage or Historic Royal Palaces, received with every Exclusive Lordship Title acquisition (single annual membership), and Barony Title acquisition (joint or family annual membership). Guaranteed to put the Spring in your step! Terms and Conditions…

The battle of where?… Fulford?

March 14, 2018

The Battle of Fulford isn’t one that gets chatted about over breakfast regularly. It’s not well known, and is often considered just another minor clash against the Norse. But though it was sadly a battle lost to the Vikings, it was definitely more just an unfortunate badge to concede. For the outcome at Fulford actually…