Lordship Title of Brompton Jacob

£4,250.00

County: Somerset
Parish: Brompton Ralph
History from: 1212
History to: 1800

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 28th Lord and Lady of Brompton Jacob

1st Lord – Sir Hugh Peverel of Ermington, by the right of his wife Isabel.

2nd Lord – Nicholas Fitz Martin is granted custody of the castles and counties of Cardigan and Carmarthen.

5th Lord – Adam de Bawdrip, Coroner for Somerset

17th Lord – Thomas Malet of Poyntington, Dorset who was just released from the Tower of London for promoting the moderate Kentish petition of 1642.  Thomas joins the royal court at Oxford.  Thomas is appointed a Justice of the Peace and offered a baronetcy but he does not take it up.

18th Lord – John Malet is elected the Member of Parliament for Minehead.  He is knighted.

25th Lord – Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, a prominent West Country stag hunter.  He is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Devon.  He is appointed High Sheriff of Somerset.  Sir Thomas is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Somerset.

26th Lord – Sir Thomas Dyke Acland shares his father’s interest in stag hunting and kills 101 stags during his lifetime.  He is appointed a Captain in the North Devon Militia, then promoted to Major, then to Lieutenant-Colonel.

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County: Somerset
Parish: Brompton Ralph
History from: 1212
History to: 1800

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 28th Lord and Lady of Brompton Jacob

1st Lord – Sir Hugh Peverel of Ermington, by the right of his wife Isabel.

2nd Lord – Nicholas Fitz Martin is granted custody of the castles and counties of Cardigan and Carmarthen.

5th Lord – Adam de Bawdrip, Coroner for Somerset

17th Lord – Thomas Malet of Poyntington, Dorset who was just released from the Tower of London for promoting the moderate Kentish petition of 1642.  Thomas joins the royal court at Oxford.  Thomas is appointed a Justice of the Peace and offered a baronetcy but he does not take it up.

18th Lord – John Malet is elected the Member of Parliament for Minehead.  He is knighted.

25th Lord – Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, a prominent West Country stag hunter.  He is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Devon.  He is appointed High Sheriff of Somerset.  Sir Thomas is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Somerset.

26th Lord – Sir Thomas Dyke Acland shares his father’s interest in stag hunting and kills 101 stags during his lifetime.  He is appointed a Captain in the North Devon Militia, then promoted to Major, then to Lieutenant-Colonel.

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