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Lordship Titles where extensive research identifies a more comprehensive history.  One of the pleasures of owning a Lordship Title from English history is to be able to admire and marvel at your predecessors, and their impact or influence on English history.

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Exclusive Lordship Titles

Lordship Title of Shoddesden or Shadsden

County: Hampshire

Parish: Kimpton

History from: 1066 - The Norman Conquest

History to: 1756 - The reign of George II

Of interest…

Shoddesden was a holding of Queen Edith, the wife of Edward the Confessor, which made her Shoddesden’s overlord. The initial title holder was Aghmund (or Agemund) of Wellow, a Saxon thegn who held nine titles all in Hampshire, before the Normans changed the course of English history. By 1482 it was held by Thomas and Elizabeth Waite, referred to at the time as ‘that wanton wench’, Elizabeth Waite was rumoured to be the mistress of Edward IV. It is also believed that the Lady of Shoddesden was the mother of Arthur Plantagenet; Edward’s illegitimate son. It is Arthur’s large collection of correspondence in the Lisle Letters that makes his life one of the best-documented of his era. By 1561 the limelight had to shifted to Richard Kingsmill a colourful character who was very active in parliament and made Knight of Hampshire. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £4,000 to become the 24th Lord and Lady of Shoddesden or Shadsden

Lordship Title of Flanders

County: Warwickshire

Parish: Kingsbury

History from: 1199 - The reign of King John

History to: 1784 - The reign of George III

Of interest…

Hugh de Flaundres, whose ancestors came from Flanders, is the first lord of Flanders manor. Flanders stays with the de Flaundres family for 235 years before passing through several other families. The Muster Master (in charge of the army muster roll) of Coventry is holding Flanders in 1617. Just 10 years later Charles I is desperately short of money and applies a “Forced Loan” on his subjects, William refuses to make his loan and appears before the Privy Council. William is later elected as MP for Coventry, made High Sheriff of Warwickshire, and made a Justice of the Peace. The last historic record for Flanders is 1784. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,150 to become the 21st Lord and Lady of Flanders

Lordship Title of Rookham

County: Surrey

Parish: Wotton

History from: 1314 - The reign of Edward II

History to: 1648 - The reign of Charles I

Of interest…

The first record of Rookham is in 1314 when Thomas de Rokenham grants 2 crofts in Rookham to his son John. Later the estate known as Rookham passes to the Newtimber family. Prior to 1542 Rookham is conveyed to John Caryll. John serves as a Member of Parliament for Taunton, Lancaster, then Sussex. He also serves as Attorney-General to the Duchy of Lancaster, and as a Justice of the Peace in Surrey. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 12th Lord and Lady of Rookham

Lordship Title of Gostrode

County: Surrey

Parish: Chiddingfold

History from: Mid 13th Century

History to: 1774 - The reign of George III

Of interest…

Nigel le Gras of Littleton, Sheriff of Surrey, has an estate in Chiddingfold, he grants an estate in Gostrode to Alwin de Gostrode. In 1303 the 5th lord is murdered in Essex childless and so his brother Nicholas aged 22 inherits Gostrode. Gostrode later passes to John de Gostrode, the Bishop of Salisbury’s bailiff in Godalming. William Gostrode is pardoned for acquiring 7 shillings of rent in Chiddingfold from John de la Poyle without a licence. Towards the mid 16th Century Gostrode passes to the Peyto family but details of the family line cannot be found. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 25th Lord and Lady of Gostrode

* Featured Title ~ Lordship Title of Penland *

County: Buckinghamshire

Parish: Beaconsfield

History from: 1223 - The reign of Henry III

History to: 1612 - The reign of James I

Of interest…

Deep research has resulted in the understanding that the Lordship of Penland most likely derived its name from the Penne family. In 1308 John de la Penne brings an action to recover woods and rents for Penland, as sole owner of Penland. Sir John, is recorded in 1443 as being owner of Penland, he was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, made Knight of the Shire, and then called to Parliament as a member. Almost 100 years later the Lord of Penland was a Member of Parliament and Master of the King’s Jewels. He soon fell out of favour and found himself in Fleet prison, having racked up debts of £28,000 through the accounts of his monastic properties – a huge sum for its time. He was pardoned by Queen Mary and appointed Sheriff of Oxfordshire and Berkshire to be her henchman. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 15th Lord and Lady of Penland

Lordship Title of Whaddon or South Whaddon

County: Buckinghamshire

Parish: Slapton

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1505 - The reign of Henry VII

Of interest…

At the time of the Conquest two men of Brictric are lords of Whaddon. Brictric is Queen Edith’s man who is the wife of Edward the Confessor. Whaddon is later given to the Cistercian monks who are forming Woburn Abbey. Towards the end of the 15th Century Woburn Abbey has passed the lordship to the Abbess of Barking and John Grove formerly of Greenhithe, Kent a subordinate lord of Whaddon called South Whaddon. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 9th Lord and Lady of Whaddon or South Whaddon

Lordship Title of Knightlets

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Old or Wold

History from: 1284 - The reign of Edward I

History to: 1608 - The reign of James I

Of interest…

In 1284 Robert de Hastings conveys two knight’s fees in Knightlets to William de Landwathe, this is the first record of Knightlets. After 1332 Knightlets passes to Andrew Landwath. After 1490 Knightlets (through marriage) is left to Sir Richard Knightley of Fawsley. In 1542 shortly before his death Sir Edmund gives Knightlets to Henry VIII in exchange for other property. King Henry passes Knightlets to Thomas Reeve of London and Giles Isham. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 18th Lord and Lady of Knightlets

Lordship Title of Southcott

County: Buckinghamshire

Parish: Linslade

History from: 1241 - The reign of Henry III

History to: 1718 - the reign of George I

Of interest…

Southcott is first recorded in 1241. Thomas de Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham inherits Linsdale, the principle lordship in the parish, from his brother John, and Thomas acquires Southcott Manor. Thomas is created Duke of Norfolk for being instrumental in the murder of King Richard II’s uncle, the Duke of Gloucester while he is a Captain at Calais where the Duke is imprisoned. Thomas later quarrels with the Duke of Hereford, and Richard II banishes them both. Sir William is holding the lordship in 1444, he is made High Sheriff of Herefordshire, he is killed in 1460 at the Battle of Northampton. Southcott passes to Sir William Vaux, High Sheriff of Northamptonshire, a zealous Lancastrian, after the Battle of Towton he is charged with treason. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 23rd Lord and Lady of Southcott

Lordship Title of Thingden and Burton Latimer

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Finedon

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1673 - The reign of Charles II

Of interest…

First recorded in 1066 the lordship is held in 3 portions, prior to the Conquest the 3 lordships are brought together under the overlordship of Geoffrey, Bishop of Coutances. In 1222 the Abbot of Croxton is granted 27 acres of land in Finedon and rents from 7 virgates of land in Burton and Finedon. The Abbot is famous for taking King John’s confession and after his death embalming his body. King John’s heart is buried at Croxton Abbey. Henry VIII grants Thingden and Burton Latimer to Thomas, Earl of Rutland, he is later appointed Lord Chamberlain to Anne of Cleves, Constable of Nottingham Castle and a Warden of the Marches. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,150 to become the 16th Lord and Lady of Thingden and Burton Latimer

Lordship Title of Moorhouse

County: Somerset

Parish: Stogursey

History from: 1442 - The reign of Henry VI

History to: 1614 - The reign of James I

Of interest…

First recorded in 1442 Moorhouse is held under the lordship of Wick FitzPayn, one of the key lordships in the parish. At the turn of the 16th Century Moorhouse is held by John FitzJames Attorney-General of the Duchy of Lancaster, he is later appointed King Henry VIII's Attorney-General. John conducts the trial of the Duke of Buckingham for High Treason. Henry VIII places great trust in John and uses him to negotiate the marriage between Henry Percy, Duke of Northumberland and Mary Talbot daughter of the Earl of Shrewsbury. John is later knighted and is made Lord Chief Justice. It is John that leads the Judges in the procession to Westminster for the coronation of Anne Boleyn. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 8th Lord and Lady of Moorhouse

Lordship Title of Passelewes or Paslows

County: Buckinghamshire

Parish: Wavendon

History from: 1166 - the reign of Henry II

History to: 1801 - the reign of George III

Of interest…

First noted in 1166, William Passelewe is Lord of Passelewes Walter Giffard recorded as Overlord. From William, the lordship passed through a series of Passelewes, waving at Magna Carta and continuing through both the first and second Barons’ Wars intact, per se. However, by 1314 it had been split. By 1359 it had been passed to none less than the Chief Justice, Sir Henry Green, who later found himself dismissed for heinous breaches of trust. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 24th Lord and Lady of Passelewes or Paslows

Lordship Title of Halford

County: Warwickshire

Parish: Halford

History from: 1166 - the reign of Henry II

History to: 1824 - the reign of George IV

Of interest…

The first recorded reference of a Lordship for Halford is to a William Giffard 1166 who held two knight’s fees worth of land in the manor, these were granted to him by the Earl of Warwick. Halford was left to Andrew Giffard, the Baron of Funtell. Halford passed to Sir Robert de Burdet and later to Sir Robert de Holand. Sir Robert assists with the hunt for the fugitives from the Banastre Rebellion, he is asked by Edward II to bring horses and men to fight the Lancastrian rebellion. 12 days later he betrays the King and fights with the Lancastrians at the Battle of Boroughbridge. Sir Robert is imprisoned and his lands confiscated, he is then released and raids the Earl of Winchester’s estates only to be re-imprisoned in Warwick Castle. Sir Robert is moved to Northampton Castle, from which he escapes. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 8th Lord and Lady of Halford

Lordship Title of Weston or Tyringhams

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Weston Favell

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1874 - the reign of Queen Victoria

Of interest…

1066 the Weston lordship that is to become Tyringhams is held by the Crown, William the Conqueror retains ownership of Weston. Towards the end of the 14th Century Weston is divided into two moieties Maud Smith and Agnes Knight inherit Weston. Prior to 1509 Sir William Chamberlain dies as Lord of Weston or Tyringhams. At 1681 Hervey Ekins (who is holding Tyringhams with Weston) becomes Sheriff of Northamptonshire. At the beginning of the 19th Century The manor of “Weston or Tyringhams” is sold to Thomas Butcher, solicitor of Northampton. The lordship became lapsed with no use of the title. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 22nd Lord and Lady of Weston or Tyringhams

Lordship Title of Titchmarsh or Knolles

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Titchmarsh

History from: 973 - the reign of Edward the Martyr

History to: 1638 - the reign of Charles I

Of interest…

In the year 973 Titchmarsh Manor is first recorded as a forged charter from King Edgar to the Abbey of Peterborough. At Domesday Titchmarsh is tenanted to Ascelin of Vatierville in Normandy making him Lord of Titchmarsh. It remains with the Ascelin family for over 100 years. In the late 1300's the Lord (John 5th Baron of Lovel) is summoned to Parliament as an MP. John is one of the selected to swear fealty to Richard II at his coronation. He is also appointed Master of the King’s Hounds, and later becomes Keeper of the Castle of Devizes and the Forests of Melkesham, Cippenham, and Pensham. In 1405 John is made Knight of the Garter. Titchmarsh passes to William whom is appointed Justice of the Peace. William assembles troops for Henry VI to fight against the rebellion of Jack Cade in Kent, and is appointed Constable of Wallingford Castle. 1486 Sir Francis now Lord organises two revolts to seize Henry VII, both fail and he flees to Margaret of York in Flanders. The 23rd Lord is knighted after arresting 2 Jesuits at Harrowden, the home of the notorious Catholic 4th Lord Vaux. The last Lord; Sir John serves on the Parliamentary committees for religion, accountant’s oaths, Sunday observance, sheriff’s accounts, excommunication and curate’s stipends (salaries). View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £4,500 to become the 26th Lord and Lady of Titchmarsh or Knolles

Lordship Title of Thorp

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Earls Barton

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1580 - the reign of Elizabeth I

Of interest…

Robert de Bucy held Thorp at Domesday along with considerable estates in Northamptonshire and Leicestershire. In 1511 Thorp passes Mary, who is married to Sir William Parre who had been nominated as Sheriff of Northamptonshire the previous year. Sir William was popular at court being chosen to joust against King Henry on many occasions. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 8th Lord and Lady of Thorp

Lordship Title of Huntingdon Fee

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Wootton

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1635 - the reign of Charles I

Of interest…

Leofnoth (son of Osmund) is Lord of Huntingdon Fee in Wootton. Huntingdon fee is lost to Winemar of Flanders one of William the Conqueror’s companions during the invasion of England, who is made feudal Baron of Hanslope. Later in 1206 Huntingdon Fee is in the possession of Walter, who becomes High Sheriff of Northamptonshire, he also has custody of Fotheringay Castle. He sides with the Barons against King John and has all his lands confiscated. In 1227 his lands returned and he receives a gift from Henry III of six does from Salcey forest. A later Lord; Gilbert holds the King’s bench at Westminster and is one of the most senior judges in England. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 21st Lord and Lady of Huntingdon Fee Wootton

Lordship Title of Barrow Lane

County: Somerset

Parish: Musgrove

History from: 1298 - the reign of Edward I

History to: 1786 - the reign of George III

Of interest…

At 1298 Stavordale Prior is recorded as owning Barrow Lane lordship and manor, but at this time it was called Barrow. 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). He bore the towel at the christening of Prince Edward (to become Edward VI). 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, and executed. Barrow Lane is last referred to in 1786. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,150 to become the 16th Lord and Lady of Barrow Lane

Lordship Title of Ash Boulogne

County: Somerset

Parish: Martock

History from: 1254 - the reign of Henry III

History to: 1622 - the reign of James I

Of interest…

During the reign of Henry III Richard de Boulogne is the first known owner of this manor in Ash. He is probably a descendant of the Count de Boulogne who was Lord of Martock in the last century. In 1288 The estate is referred to as “Essebolon” to be become Ash Boulogne, esse meaning ash. Ash Boulogne passes through several families up until 1622. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 16th Lord and Lady of Ash Boulogne

Lordship Title of Clavells

County: Hampshire

Parish: Whippingham

History from: The reign of Edward III - 1349

History to: The reign of George III - 1772

Of interest…

Mid 13th C Henry de Clavill is holding an estate in Whippingham which we can assume is how the lordship was named. Much later in 1611 Richard Worsley is holding Clavells, he is knighted and later this year becomes a baronet. Sir Richard is elected to Parliament for Newport on the Isle of Wight, and later is appointed High Sheriff of Hampshire. He dies of smallpox in 1621, and his son Sir Henry inherits. Sir Henry is elected to the House of Commons , and in 1658 is appointed High Sheriff of Hampshire. 1772 is the last time Clavells is recorded as a manor disappearing from records. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,150 to become the 15th Lord and Lady of Clavells

Lordship Title of Backenhoe

County: Bedfordshire

Parish: Thurleigh

History from: 1377 - the reign of Edward III

History to: 1860 - the reign of Queen Victoria

Of interest…

Lord of the Manor of Backenhoe Sir John Ragon dies in 1377 , his son, Sir Reginald Ragon inherits the lordship Sir Reginald has twice been Sheriff of Bedfordshire. Backenhoe is later transferred to John, Earl of Wiltshire, who in turn passes it to Edward, Edward is executed after being accused of listening to prophecies of the King's death. Colonel George Stuart is the last known owner of Backenhoe 1860,although it is now only classed as a farm. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 21st Lord and Lady of Backenhoe

Lordship Title of Franklins

County: Bedfordshire

Parish: Haynes

History from: 1463 - the reign of Edward IV

History to: 1704 - the reign of Queen Anne

Of interest…

The name of Franklins probably originated from the Franklin family. The only record of the family link with the parish is a John Franklin who has a protection revoked which had been granted for a year to go to Picardy, Northern France on the King’s service. In 1640 Franklins is held by Sir Oliver, a former Sheriff of Bedfordshire, he was a zealous Parliamentarian sitting in the Short Parliament and was later re-elected to sit in the Long Parliament. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 11th Lord and Lady of Franklins

Lordship Title of Little Holwell or Nether Holwell

County: Bedfordshire

Parish: Shillington with Lower Stondon and Little Holwell

History from: Post Norman Conquest - 1201

History to: 1532 - The reign of Henry VIII

Of interest…

Dating back to the turn of the 13th Century Stephen de Holwell conveys a virgate of land from his holding in Little Holwell to Ralph de Standon. In 1388 the Lord is found guilty of treason and Little Holwell escheats (reverts) to Crown ownership. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 15th Lord and Lady of Little Holwell or Nether Holwell

Lordship Title of Edworth

County: Bedfordshire

Parish: Edworth

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1614 - reign of James I

Of interest…

Branting is recorded in the Domesday Book as the pre-Conquest Lord of Edworth subject to King Edward. After the Conquest Alwin was recorded as the Domesday Lord who was one of William the Conqueror’s bailiffs. Edworth is in the La Zouche family for over 200 years having followed the family line through direct descent to John, son of William de la Zouche, whose holding is held in trust by Jacquetta, Duchess of Bedford, who was his guardian. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 17th Lord and Lady of Edworth

Lordship Title of Barbourne

County: Worcestershire

Parish: Claines

History from: Pre Domesday - 904

History to: 1534 - The reign of King Henry VIII

Of interest…

Land at Barbourne is granted by Werefrith, Bishop of Worcester. in 1215 Walter Gray, Bishop of Worcester, recovers Barbourne from Ralph de Willington as the Sheriff of Worcester is commanded to give the Bishop seisin. The last known reference to the Lordship and Manor of Barbourne is in 1543. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the next Lord and Lady of Barbourne

Lordship Title of Tewitfield

County: Lancashire

Parish: Warton with Lindeth

History from: 1246 - The reign of Henry III

History to: 1639 - the reign of Charles I

Of interest…

The Manor of Tewitfield is acquired by the Crofts of Dalton. In 1412 John Washington makes a grant of a tenement in Dalton to Sir John Croft. By the 16th century Anne Washington appears to be holding Tewitfield and other estates in her own right. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £4,000 to become the 14th Lord and Lady of Tewitfield

Lordship Title of Ellel

County: Lancashire

Parish: Ellel

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1809 - the reign of George III

Of interest…

Ellel Pre-dates Domesday, at 1086 the Lord of the Manor is Roger of Poitou, and he is also tenant in chief. Robert de Washington is said to be in custody of the Manor of Ellel in 1331. By the turn of the 17th Century almost the entire Manor is now owned by the Molyneux family. Full history available under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,150 to become the 20th Lord and Lady of Ellel

Lordship Title of Maryland

County: Northamptonshire

Parish: Syresham

History from: 1147 - The reign of King Stephen

History to: 1538 - The reign of King Henry VIII

Of interest…

Dating back to the 12th Century, the Lordship and manor of Maryland was part of the original endowment for the Abbey of Biddlesden in Buckinghamshire. It was founded by Arnold de Bois, steward to the Earl of Leicester. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,650 to become the 3rd Lord and Lady of Maryland

Lordship Title of Bates

County: Buckinghamshire

Parish: Edlesborough

History from: 1192 - The reign of Richard I

History to: 1842 - The reign of Victoria

Of interest…

Bates is granted by Henry VII to Sir Reynold Bray to be held by the male line. In 1763 Bates is sold to William Beckford, Lord Mayor of London. William dies leaving Bates to his son, William Thomas Beckford, the author and art collector and reputed to be the richest commoner in England. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £4,000 to become the 33rd Lord and Lady of Bates

Lordship Title of Kinsham

County: Worcestershire

Parish: Bredon

History from: 1154 - The reign of Henry II

History to: 1571 - The reign of Mary I

Of interest…

In 1301 John de Thorndon gives a rent of £10, half of which derives from Kinsham, to Guy de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. Later in 1327 Lady Alice de Beauchamp is confirmed holding Kinsham. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 19th Lord and Lady of Kinsham

Lordship Title of Franklyns or Franklands

County: Sussex

Parish: Wivelsfield

History from: 1322 - The reign of Edward II

History to: 1832 - The reign of William IV

Of interest…

Sir Edward Bray is in possession of Franklyns. Sir Edward had served as Captain on the famous ship Mary Rose. Owned by Col. Francis Warden Sergison in 1784.
Price: £2,650 to become the 16th Lord and Lady of Franklyns

Lordship Title of Withers Payne or Witherspawne or Chivers Hall

County: Essex

Parish: High Ongar

History from: 1494 - The reign of Henry VII

History to: 1926 - The reign of George v

Of interest…

Prior to The Act of Supremacy the lordship was held by William Payne. The two manors were separated, Chivers Hall being sold to a Gregory Yonge, grocer of London.
Price: £2,650 to become the 14th Lord and Lady of Withers Payne

Lordship Title of Stickleton or Greenford

County: Middlesex

Parish: Greenford

History from: 1257 - The reign of Henry III

History to: 1811 - The reign of William IV

Of interest…

The Lordship of Stickleton is part of the honour of Mandeville. Granted to Andrew, Lord Windsor by Henry VIII, Lord Windsor was "Keeper of the Wardrobe", all passes to his heir William Windsor who becomes 2nd Baron of Windsor, and then to Edward who was knighted by Queen Mary the day after her coronation. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 18th Lord and Lady of Stickleton

Lordship Title of Hartley

County: Berkshire

Parish: Shinfield

History from: 1261 - the reign of Henry III

History to: 1611 - The reign of Elizabeth I

Of interest…

The lord during 1261 - 1264 are jurors for the borough of Reading. In 1540 the lord of Hartley was a friend and correspondent of Thomas Cromwell, he was bailiff of the town of Reading. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become 10th Lord and Lady of Hartley

Lordship Title of Hemseys

County: Berkshire

Parish: North Moreton

History from: 15th Century

History to: 1627 - The reign of James I

Of interest…

In 1470 and 1477 the owner of Hemseys is sued twice unsuccessfully by a Brian Stapleton, who disputed the settlement of the lordship and manor of 1354. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become 13th Lord and Lady of Hemseys

Lordship Title of Haywards

County: Berkshire

Parish: Sonning with Early Woodley and Sandford

History from: 1368 - The reign of Edward III

History to: 1616 - The reign of James I

Of interest…

At the turn of the 16th Century Hayward is conveyed to the Bishop of Lincoln. In 1609 a lease of farms from the manor have been granted to the sister of poet Sir Richard Lovelace. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become 7th Lord and Lady of Haywards

Lordship Title of Woodhall Hallplace and Groveplace

County: Middlesex

Parish: Heston and Isleworth

History from: 1300 - The reign of Edward I

History to: 1687 - The reign of James II

Of interest…

Nicholas de la Woodhall is holding the Lordship and Manor of Woodhall of the Isleworth Rectory Lordship. Through history the manor and lordship were also referred to as Woodhall, Hallplace and Groveplace collectively, but also as individual names on other occasions. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become the 14th Lord and Lady of Woodhall

Lordship Title of West Bedfont

County: Middlesex

Parish: Stanwell

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1452 - The reign of Henry VI

Of interest…

The lordship was challenged on two occasions during the 12th Century. During the 15th century West Bedfont was part of a complicated exchange of land involving the Crown and local Abbey. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £2,650 to become Lord and Lady of West Bedfont

Lordship Title of Hawkridge

County: Berkshire

Parish: Bucklebury

History from: 1066 - Norman Conquest

History to: 1798 - The reign of George III

Of interest…

Henry Ferrers, Baron of Tetbury, Staffordshire, a Norman soldier who fought at the Battle of Hastings is holding Hawkeridge at 1086. The lordship is held direct of King William. Henry is also appointed the first Anglo-Norman High Sheriff of Berkshire. Among Henry’s famous descendants are King George I, Princess Diana, George Washington, and Winston Churchill. Hawkridge was part of Sutton, a Royal manor held by Edward the Confessor and Godric the sheriff. Granted later in the 15th Century to Sir Walter Devereux. In 1538 Hawkridge is returned to the Crown after the execution of the Lord, Henry Courtenay, Marquess of Exeter. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £4,000 to become 27th Lord and Lady of Hawkridge

Lordship Title of Great Barr

County: Staffordshire

Parish: Great Barr

History from: 959 - Pre Norman Conquest

History to: 1911 - The reign of George V

Of interest…

Famous location in the Midlands of England. First named Lord in 959 Thegn Wulfhelm, Saxon. By the time of the Conquest it was owned by Vagn of Wootton. After the Conquest Robert D'Oilly was Lord. He was a very influential man owning two baronies and Norman Governor of Oxford. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £3,650 to become the 6th Lord and Lady of Great Barr

Lordship Title of Everton

County: Bedfordshire

Parish: Everton

History from: 1066 - Pre Norman Conquest

History to: 1693 - The reign of William III

Of interest…

At th etime of the Conquest Ingvar of Burstead is Lord holding the Manor as of King Edward. The Earl of Pembroke becomes later Overlord and makes a grant to St. Neots. Recorded at th eturn of the 14th Century Everton passes to Walter Langton, Bishop of Coventry. The Lordship is last recorded in 1693. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £3,150 to become the 23rd Lord and Lady of Everton

Lordship Title of Ainderby Quernhow

County: North Yorkshire

Parish: Pickhill with Roxby

History from: 1066 - Pre Domesday

History to: 1632 - The reign of Charles I

Of interest…

Owned by Flotmann the Saxon, it was given to Count Alan of Brittany after the Conquest. The Lordship was held by the Catholic Church until the Act of Supremacy and Henry VIII took it for the Crown. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £2,650 to become 4th Lord and Lady of Ainderby Quernhow

Lordship Title of Thorn

County: Somerset

Parish: Thorn

History from: 1066 - Pre Norman Conquest

History to: 1781 - The reign of George III

Of interest…

The Manor of Thorn is held by Cheneve prior to the Conquest. Drew is holding the Lordship and Manor of Thorn with the Count of Mortain as Overlord. Drew’s descendants, the de Montagues, later the Earls of Salisbury, hold the Manor in chief for ¼ knight’s fee, of their Manor of Shepton Montague. In 1303 The Coffin family take ownership of Thorn. By 1409 The Overlordship passes to Thomas, Earl of Salisbury. At the latter half of the 18th Century due to mergers with other Manors the Lordship and Manor of Thorn has lost their identity and are not recorded again. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £3,150 to become 21st Lord and Lady of Thorn

Lordship Title of Killerby

County: North Yorkshire

Parish: Cayton

History from: 1066 - Pre Norman Conquest

History to: 1786 - The reign of George III

Of interest…

At Domesday the Overlordship of Killerby is held by William de Percy and the two Manors are brought together to form a single Manor of Killerby. The Overlords of Killerby were the powerful Earls of Northumbria. There were two main families as Lords of the Manor, a local family of de Killerby and the Beilby family who were Lords for 170 years. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £2,650 to become 22nd Lord and Lady of Killerby

Lordship Title of Hilton

County: North Yorkshire

Parish: Hilton

History from: 1066 - Pre Domesday

History to: 1541 - The reign of Henry VIII

Of interest…

Owned by Alvar the Saxon until the Conquest when the Lordship was seen as being of significant importance to stay as a Crown Lordship. At the Dissolution Drax Priory is said to have been holding no lands in Hilton and it is assumed that they had a Mesne Lordship and did not hold the Manor. Held by two knights during its history, Sir Thomas Percy and Sir James Strangways. View full history under 'Further Information'
Price: £3,150 to become 10th Lord and Lady of Hilton