Barony Title of Winterbourne St Martin

£8,500.00

County: Dorset
History from: 1066
History to: 1264

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 8th Baron and Baroness of Winterbourne St Martin.

1st Baron – Hugh Fitz Grip is appointed High Sheriff of Dorset by William the Conqueror.  He is ruthless in his execution of the office, refusing rights to lands if an Englishman had fought against the Conqueror.  Hugh dies leaving a widow Hawise.

2nd Baron – Hawise re-marries Alfred de Lincoln who becomes the 2nd Baron.

3rd Baron – Robert de Lincoln is Castellan (Constable) of Wareham Castle, defending it against King Stephen.

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County: Dorset
History from: 1066
History to: 1264

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 8th Baron and Baroness of Winterbourne St Martin.

1st Baron – Hugh Fitz Grip is appointed High Sheriff of Dorset by William the Conqueror.  He is ruthless in his execution of the office, refusing rights to lands if an Englishman had fought against the Conqueror.  Hugh dies leaving a widow Hawise.

2nd Baron – Hawise re-marries Alfred de Lincoln who becomes the 2nd Baron.

3rd Baron – Robert de Lincoln is Castellan (Constable) of Wareham Castle, defending it against King Stephen.

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