Barony Title of Blythborough

£9,000.00

County: Suffolk
History from: 1157
History to: 1541

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No

Interesting Facts:

Become the 16th Baron and Baroness of Blythborough

1st Baron – King Henry II grants Blythborough to William Fitz Walter.  William serves as High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.

6th Baron – Sir Robert Fitz Roger, Baron of Warkworth and Clavering holds Warkworth Castle.  Sir Robert is a distinguished soldier and fights against the Welsh, then in Gascony.  Sir Robert is summoned to Parliament as Lord Fitz Roger.  He is appointed joint  Captain of the Scottish Marches.  Sir Robert is one of 96 English Barons and 7 English Earls to sign a letter to Pope Boniface VIII in which they challenge the Pope’s feudal ownership of Scotland.

11st Baron – Sir William Bowett dies of his wounds suffered at the Battle of Beauge, France.

13th Baron – Sir Richard Fiennes holds the hereditary office of Keeper of Herstmanceux Castle, Sussex, which his father had built using spoils from the Hundred Years War.’

14th Baron – Sir Thomas, Baron Dacre is appointed Constable of Calais.  he is also invested as a Knight of the Bath.  Sir Thomas fights the Cornish at the Battle of Blackheath.

15th Baron – Another Sir Thomas, is convicted or murdering a gamekeeper and is hanged.  His lands and titles are confiscated.

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County: Suffolk
History from: 1157
History to: 1541

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No

Interesting Facts:

Become the 16th Baron and Baroness of Blythborough

1st Baron – King Henry II grants Blythborough to William Fitz Walter.  William serves as High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.

6th Baron – Sir Robert Fitz Roger, Baron of Warkworth and Clavering holds Warkworth Castle.  Sir Robert is a distinguished soldier and fights against the Welsh, then in Gascony.  Sir Robert is summoned to Parliament as Lord Fitz Roger.  He is appointed joint  Captain of the Scottish Marches.  Sir Robert is one of 96 English Barons and 7 English Earls to sign a letter to Pope Boniface VIII in which they challenge the Pope’s feudal ownership of Scotland.

11st Baron – Sir William Bowett dies of his wounds suffered at the Battle of Beauge, France.

13th Baron – Sir Richard Fiennes holds the hereditary office of Keeper of Herstmanceux Castle, Sussex, which his father had built using spoils from the Hundred Years War.’

14th Baron – Sir Thomas, Baron Dacre is appointed Constable of Calais.  he is also invested as a Knight of the Bath.  Sir Thomas fights the Cornish at the Battle of Blackheath.

15th Baron – Another Sir Thomas, is convicted or murdering a gamekeeper and is hanged.  His lands and titles are confiscated.