Lordship Title of Pomeroy-La-Slowe
History from: 1385 - The reign of Richard II
History to: 1675 - The reign of Charles II
Sir Thomas de Hungerford is granted free warren in the manor of Pomeroy-La-Slowe in 1385. He sits as a Member of Parliament for Wiltshire, and in 1386 he is recorded as the first to hold the office of Speaker. Pomeroy-La-Slowe passes to son and heir Walter whom is knighted by King Henry IV. Whilst serving with the English army Sir Walter enters a duel with King Charles VI of France, outside Calais, and beats the King. Sir Walter is made High Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset. He is made an ambassador to negotiate a treaty with Sigismund, King of the Romans. The following year Sir Walter fights at the Battle of Agincourt with 20 men-at-arms and 60 horse-archers. Sir Walter is appointed an Admiral of the Fleet under the Duke of Bedford. His success and favour continues as he is made a Knight of the Garter, Steward of the Household, and Treasurer of England. View full history under 'Further Information'.
Price: £3,850 to become the 11th Lord and Lady of Pomeroy-La-Slowe