Lordship Title of Bullocks

£2,500.00

County: Berkshire
Parish: Cookham
History from: 1493
History to: 1606

Documented History: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 9th Lord and Lady of Bullocks

1st Lords – Thomas and Richard Bullock

2nd Lord – Sir William Norreys who also served as a Justice of the Peace.  Sir William provides legal advice to King Henry VII and was rewarded with the custodian and stewardship of several royal manors and the hundred of Chadlington in Oxfordshire.  He served as Steward of the Chancellor of Oxford University.

5th Lord – John Norreys of Fyfield also served as a Gentleman Usher in the Royal Household.

6th Lord – William Norreys served as a Gentleman Usher to the Privy Chamber.  He also served as a Member of Parliament and was the controller of works for Windsor Castle and Keeper of Foliejon Park, Berkshire.  He then served as Gentleman Usher to Black Rod at Parliament.

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County: Berkshire
Parish: Cookham
History from: 1493
History to: 1606

Documented History: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 9th Lord and Lady of Bullocks

1st Lords – Thomas and Richard Bullock

2nd Lord – Sir William Norreys who also served as a Justice of the Peace.  Sir William provides legal advice to King Henry VII and was rewarded with the custodian and stewardship of several royal manors and the hundred of Chadlington in Oxfordshire.  He served as Steward of the Chancellor of Oxford University.

5th Lord – John Norreys of Fyfield also served as a Gentleman Usher in the Royal Household.

6th Lord – William Norreys served as a Gentleman Usher to the Privy Chamber.  He also served as a Member of Parliament and was the controller of works for Windsor Castle and Keeper of Foliejon Park, Berkshire.  He then served as Gentleman Usher to Black Rod at Parliament.

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