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Lordship Title of Brettgrave, Epsom, Surrey


Brettgrave came into being in 1197. Changing hands through both the first and the second Barons’ Wars, by the early-14th Century Brettgrave was held by John Imworth.  It later moved into the trust of Henry, Earl of Lancaster. Henry was created Duke of Lancaster thus Brettgrave began to move further up in the world and royal links developed, officially becoming part of the Duchy of Lancaster in 1399. The War of the Roses came and went. Brettgrave passed quietly through several generations, until in 1626 when its final 28 years were full of financial and legal scandal.

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Lordship Title of Younges, Westoning, Bedfordshire


In 1682 Henrietta Maria, Baroness Wentworth is Lord of Younges she is the grand-daughter of the 1st Earl of Cleveland. The Baroness is the mistress of the Duke of Monmouth the illegitimate son of King Charles II. Monmouth was implicated in ‘The Rye House Plot’ to kill both his father and uncle, James, Duke of York.  Three years later Younges passed to Baroness Lovelace, the only surviving sister of the Earl of Cleveland.  A title with 121 years of fascinating history, including some well known names, progeny and plots.

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