Lordship Title of Britwell or Brutewell

£3,250.00

County: Hertfordshire
Parish: Rickmansworth
History from: 13th century
History to: 1531

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 27th Lord and Lady of Britwell or Brutewell

1st Lord – Offa, who grants Britwell to the Abbey of St Albans.

5th Lord – John de Britwell has his service to the Abbot changed from “suit of court” to knight’s service in the King’s army.

18th Lord – Sir Ralph Boteler, Lord of Sudeley receives Britwell in return for certain tenements on the Thames in London.  The Abbot releases Sir Ralph from all services and rents for Britwell.

20th Lord – George Neville, Archbishop of York (brother of Richard Neville, The King Maker).

22nd Lord – John de Vere, Earl of Oxford (hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain of England).  John is invested in the Knight Order of the Garter and made godfather to King henry’s eldest son, Arthur, Prince of Wales.  Sir John commands the vanguard at the last battle of the War of the Roses.

25th Lord – Thomas Wolsey is elected Abbot of St Albans.  King Henry VIII thinks Thomas is slow in dealing with the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and arrests him.  The Cardinal’s assets are seized and Britwell is granted to Sir John Russell.

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County: Hertfordshire
Parish: Rickmansworth
History from: 13th century
History to: 1531

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 27th Lord and Lady of Britwell or Brutewell

1st Lord – Offa, who grants Britwell to the Abbey of St Albans.

5th Lord – John de Britwell has his service to the Abbot changed from “suit of court” to knight’s service in the King’s army.

18th Lord – Sir Ralph Boteler, Lord of Sudeley receives Britwell in return for certain tenements on the Thames in London.  The Abbot releases Sir Ralph from all services and rents for Britwell.

20th Lord – George Neville, Archbishop of York (brother of Richard Neville, The King Maker).

22nd Lord – John de Vere, Earl of Oxford (hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain of England).  John is invested in the Knight Order of the Garter and made godfather to King henry’s eldest son, Arthur, Prince of Wales.  Sir John commands the vanguard at the last battle of the War of the Roses.

25th Lord – Thomas Wolsey is elected Abbot of St Albans.  King Henry VIII thinks Thomas is slow in dealing with the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and arrests him.  The Cardinal’s assets are seized and Britwell is granted to Sir John Russell.

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