Lordship Title of Bradwell

£3,250.00

County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Bradwell
History from: Pre-Conquest (1066)
History to: Prior to 1379

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 13th Lord and Lady of Bradwell

1st Lords – Sibi and Godwin, thegns (servants) of Alric, son of Goding.

2nd Lord – The Domesday Lord was William, son of Turod, who owed service to Miles Crispin, Baron of Wallingford.

11th Lord – William de Bayeux had an order for his arrest and imprisonment for many homicides and felonies.

THIS TITLE IS ALSO AVAILABLE TO RESERVE AT CHECKOUT AND COVER THE COST ACROSS TEN EQUAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS.

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County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Bradwell
History from: Pre-Conquest (1066)
History to: Prior to 1379

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 13th Lord and Lady of Bradwell

1st Lords – Sibi and Godwin, thegns (servants) of Alric, son of Goding.

2nd Lord – The Domesday Lord was William, son of Turod, who owed service to Miles Crispin, Baron of Wallingford.

11th Lord – William de Bayeux had an order for his arrest and imprisonment for many homicides and felonies.

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