There are many reasons for selecting a certain title. However, Manorial Counsel thought it might be worth introducing a new concept.
Most people will consider how easy a prospective title is spoken and written so that it is easily remembered by others. We would like to suggest an option from the other perspective. Whilst Manorial Counsel normally have around 50-100 titles that are fully checked, documented and available to acquire through our website, we are continually researching new possibilities to offer potential customers. To give you an example whilst reviewing the county of Hertfordshire we came across a lordship providing the title of Lord and Lady of Champneys and Forsters, the implication possibly being made that the owners of the title actually owned two titles. To take this a stage further there was also a single lordship providing the titles of Lord and Lady of Hasborne, Marcolles and Slackdeacons. Whilst only one purchase, three place names form the name of the title. In addition to this there are several titles that are known by different names, the owner may wish to use all variables, just one name which they prefer or swap and change.
So whats in a name? It comes down to personal preference of course, and in informal settings Lord and Lady of Hasborne, Marcolles and Slackdeacons may be a bit of a mouthful.
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