Barony Title of Abington

£9,300.00

County: Northamptonshire
History from: 1086
History to: 1349
Interesting Facts:

BEING SOLD ON BEHALF OF A CLIENT.

Please email if you are interested in purchasing this Barony Title for £9,800.

*******AVAILABLE for £9,300 UNTIL 16th April 2023*******

Become the 10th Baron and Baroness of Abington

1st Baron – Richard Engaine, who was William the Conqueror’s artificer (weapons engineer), a role he undertook for the conquest of England.

6th Baron – Humphrey Bassingburn joined the rebellion of Simon de Montford and fought against King Henry III at Evesham.  The following year Humphrey loses the manor of Abington to the crown.  Humphrey comes to an agreement with Robert de Turbeville, who had been granted Abington, to re-acquire the seat of the barony.  Humphrey got into financial difficulties and is relieved by Dowager Queen Eleanor who pays his debts in exchange for some of Humphrey’s manors.

8th Baron – Humphrey Bassingburn granted an annual pension of a half a mark to the nuns of St Mary Delapre from the revenue of the barony.

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County: Northamptonshire
History from: 1086
History to: 1349
Interesting Facts:

BEING SOLD ON BEHALF OF A CLIENT.

Please email if you are interested in purchasing this Barony Title for £9,800.

*******AVAILABLE for £9,300 UNTIL 16th April 2023*******

Become the 10th Baron and Baroness of Abington

1st Baron – Richard Engaine, who was William the Conqueror’s artificer (weapons engineer), a role he undertook for the conquest of England.

6th Baron – Humphrey Bassingburn joined the rebellion of Simon de Montford and fought against King Henry III at Evesham.  The following year Humphrey loses the manor of Abington to the crown.  Humphrey comes to an agreement with Robert de Turbeville, who had been granted Abington, to re-acquire the seat of the barony.  Humphrey got into financial difficulties and is relieved by Dowager Queen Eleanor who pays his debts in exchange for some of Humphrey’s manors.

8th Baron – Humphrey Bassingburn granted an annual pension of a half a mark to the nuns of St Mary Delapre from the revenue of the barony.