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Lordship Title of Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire


Recorded in 937 as a forged charter from King Edgar to the Abbey of Peterborough. Holding Titchmarsh in the late 1300's is John 5th Baron of Lovel MP. He is one of the selected to swear fealty to Richard II at his coronation, and is appointed Master of the King’s Hounds, he later becomes Keeper of the Castle of Devizes, and Knight of the Garter. By 1486 Sir Francis now Lord organises two revolts to seize Henry VII, both fail and he flees to Margaret of York in Flanders. A title with 900 years of history.

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Title of Special Interest

Lordship Title of Shoddesden, Hampshire


Shoddesden was a holding of Queen Edith, wife of Edward the Confessor, which made her Shoddesden’s overlord. The initial title holder was Aghmund of Wellow, a Saxon thegn who held nine titles all in Hampshire, before the Normans changed the course of English history. It is believed that the  Lady of Shoddesden Elizabeth Waite was the mistress of Edward IV and the mother of Arthur Plantagenet Edward’s illegitimate son. A title deeply embedded in old English history

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Counties with available Titles

  • Bedfordshire
  • Berkshire
  • Buckinghamshire
  • Cambridgeshire
  • Cornwall
  • Devon
  • Durham
  • Essex
  • Gloucestershire
  • Hampshire
  • Hertfordshire
  • Huntingdonshire
  • Kent
  • Lancashire
  • Middlesex
  • Northamptonshire
  • Oxfordshire
  • Somerset
  • Surrey
  • Sussex
  • Warwickshire
  • Wiltshire
  • Worcestershire
  • Yorkshire


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The Lordship of Hexted – Reformed and Royally Loyal

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The Lordship of Younges – A ladyship in all but name

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The Lordship of Brettgrave – Rubbing shoulders with royalty

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The Lordship of Brettgrave came into being in 1197, after the Norman Conquest. The Abbot of Chertsey decided to create it as an entity for Sampson de Horton, and separated it from his own holding in Epsom Manor. In doing it this way, both the Lordship and the manor still remained subordinate to the Epsom…