Barony Title of Hockering

£11,000.00

County: Norfolk
History from: 1086
History to: 1697
Documented History: Yes
Domesday Book: Yes

Interesting Facts:

Become the 24th Baron and Baroness of Hockering

1st Baron – Ralph de Belfou, Sheriff of Norfolk.

Joint 6th Baron – John I Marshall, Marshall of Ireland.  John also advices King John on Magna Carta and is appointed an ambassador to the Pope. John is with King John when he dies and attends the coronation of King Henry III.  John plays a leading role in the naval Battle of Sandwich and is appointed Chief Justice of the Forests and custodian of the earldom of Devon and the Isle of Wight.

7th Baron – Sir John II Marshall is appointed Marshall of Ireland.  Sir John dies whilst fighting the Welsh.

8th Baron – William Marshall inherits the office of Marshall of Ireland.  He dies at the Battle of Bannockburn.

10th Baron – Sir Robert de Morley inherits the office of Marshall of Ireland through his wife Hawise.  Sir Robert is appointed Constable of the Tower of London.

12th Baron – The office of Marshall of Ireland also passes to Sir Thomas de Morley.  He fights with King Henry at the Battle of Agincourt.

13th Baron – Sir Thomas de Morley bears one of the banners at the funeral of King Henry VI.

18th Baron – Sir Henry de Morley is one of the peers to sign the letter to the Pope requesting the divorce of King Henry VIII from Catherine Arragon.  Sir Henry assists in carrying Princess Elizabeth at the christening of Prince Edward.

19th Baron – Sir Henry de Morley is made a Knight of the Bath at Queen Mary’s coronation.  He serves as Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire.

20th Baron – Edward Morley is one of the peers who sat in judgement of Mary, Queen of Scots.

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County: Norfolk
History from: 1086
History to: 1697
Documented History: Yes
Domesday Book: Yes

Interesting Facts:

Become the 24th Baron and Baroness of Hockering

1st Baron – Ralph de Belfou, Sheriff of Norfolk.

Joint 6th Baron – John I Marshall, Marshall of Ireland.  John also advices King John on Magna Carta and is appointed an ambassador to the Pope. John is with King John when he dies and attends the coronation of King Henry III.  John plays a leading role in the naval Battle of Sandwich and is appointed Chief Justice of the Forests and custodian of the earldom of Devon and the Isle of Wight.

7th Baron – Sir John II Marshall is appointed Marshall of Ireland.  Sir John dies whilst fighting the Welsh.

8th Baron – William Marshall inherits the office of Marshall of Ireland.  He dies at the Battle of Bannockburn.

10th Baron – Sir Robert de Morley inherits the office of Marshall of Ireland through his wife Hawise.  Sir Robert is appointed Constable of the Tower of London.

12th Baron – The office of Marshall of Ireland also passes to Sir Thomas de Morley.  He fights with King Henry at the Battle of Agincourt.

13th Baron – Sir Thomas de Morley bears one of the banners at the funeral of King Henry VI.

18th Baron – Sir Henry de Morley is one of the peers to sign the letter to the Pope requesting the divorce of King Henry VIII from Catherine Arragon.  Sir Henry assists in carrying Princess Elizabeth at the christening of Prince Edward.

19th Baron – Sir Henry de Morley is made a Knight of the Bath at Queen Mary’s coronation.  He serves as Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire.

20th Baron – Edward Morley is one of the peers who sat in judgement of Mary, Queen of Scots.