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Lordship and Barony Titles of Distinction

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

 

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Featured Lordship Title

Lord and Lady Hawkley, Hampshire

 

A lordship with history covering 300 years and three families. All the lords were soldiers many earning knighthoods for bravery and military success. Sir William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke fights along side King Henry III at the siege of Northampton and the Battle of Lewes.  Aymer de Valence is made Guradian of Scotland. Sir Thomas West fights at the Battle of Agincourt. a later Sir Thomas West is appointed High Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex.

In the thirteenth century the Lord of Hawkley was free to dispense the King's justice, the Sheriff having no authority in the manor.

Featured Barony Title

Baron and Baroness Ashby Lincolnshire

 

Once used by the descendant of the Saxon King Aethelred the Unready. The previous Barons had been wardens and governors of Castle throughout Britain and even High Sheriff of Yorkshire. The 5th Baron was one of the Council of Fifteen responsible for ensuring King Henry III acceped the Provisions of Oxford (England's first written constitution). The 7th Baron comes to the aid of King Edward III who was short of money lending him wool from his Yorkshire estates. The 8th Baron was appointed an Admiral of the Fleet. The 9th Baron is made Keeper of the Forests north of the Trent.

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