Lordship Title of Broughtons

£3,450.00

County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Chicheley
History from: 1420
History to: 1608

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 10th Lord and Lady of Broughtons

1st Lord – John Fitz John and his wife Amice

Joint 7th Lord – William, Lord Howard of Effingham, by the right of his wife Katherine, served as Earl Marshall at the coronation of Ann Boleyn (his niece).  William travelled to Scotland on an unusual diplomatic mission.  He had to ascertain the measurements of James V of Scotland (King Henry VIII’s nephew) from the Bishop of Aberdeen so that his tailor could make a suit of clothes as a gift.  He then travels to King James V’s court to invest him as a Knight of the Garter and give him a gift of “great horses”.  In 1541 William is attained (convicted of treason) for concealing Queen Catherine’s sexual indiscretions.  William is pardoned after Catherine’s execution.  William is entrusted with the English armies’ payroll of £12,000.  He is elevated to Vice-Admiral.  William is appointed Lord Deputy and Governor of Calais and joined the Privy Council.  William is created Baron Howard of Effingham and appointed Lord Admiral.  He is made a Knight of the Garter. and appointed Lord Chamberlain of the Royal Household.

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County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Chicheley
History from: 1420
History to: 1608

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 10th Lord and Lady of Broughtons

1st Lord – John Fitz John and his wife Amice

Joint 7th Lord – William, Lord Howard of Effingham, by the right of his wife Katherine, served as Earl Marshall at the coronation of Ann Boleyn (his niece).  William travelled to Scotland on an unusual diplomatic mission.  He had to ascertain the measurements of James V of Scotland (King Henry VIII’s nephew) from the Bishop of Aberdeen so that his tailor could make a suit of clothes as a gift.  He then travels to King James V’s court to invest him as a Knight of the Garter and give him a gift of “great horses”.  In 1541 William is attained (convicted of treason) for concealing Queen Catherine’s sexual indiscretions.  William is pardoned after Catherine’s execution.  William is entrusted with the English armies’ payroll of £12,000.  He is elevated to Vice-Admiral.  William is appointed Lord Deputy and Governor of Calais and joined the Privy Council.  William is created Baron Howard of Effingham and appointed Lord Admiral.  He is made a Knight of the Garter. and appointed Lord Chamberlain of the Royal Household.

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