Lordship Title of Chilworth Musard

£5,200.00

County: Oxfordshire
Parish: Great Milton
History from: Pre-Conquest (1066)
History to: 1794

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 34th Lord and Lady of Chilworth Musard

1st Lord – Leofwy, Archbishop Stigand’s man.

5th Lord – Sir Ralph de Chilworth is appointed High Sheriff of Gloucestershire by King John.

12th Lord – Thomas Camoys, by the right of his wife Elizabeth, commands the left wing of the English army at the Battle of Agincourt.  For his service at the battle he is made a Knight of the Garter.

15th Lord – Robert Radmylde is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Sussex.

23rd Lord – John Huband served as Constable of Kenilworth Castle and High Steward to the Earl of Leicester.

27th Lord – Sir George Simeon is elected the Member of Parliament for Wallingford.  He is selected to serve as High Sheriff of Oxfordshire however he does no take up the post.  Sir George is granted powers to lend money to the nobility.  The Earl of Northampton owed him £1,040.

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County: Oxfordshire
Parish: Great Milton
History from: Pre-Conquest (1066)
History to: 1794

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 34th Lord and Lady of Chilworth Musard

1st Lord – Leofwy, Archbishop Stigand’s man.

5th Lord – Sir Ralph de Chilworth is appointed High Sheriff of Gloucestershire by King John.

12th Lord – Thomas Camoys, by the right of his wife Elizabeth, commands the left wing of the English army at the Battle of Agincourt.  For his service at the battle he is made a Knight of the Garter.

15th Lord – Robert Radmylde is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Sussex.

23rd Lord – John Huband served as Constable of Kenilworth Castle and High Steward to the Earl of Leicester.

27th Lord – Sir George Simeon is elected the Member of Parliament for Wallingford.  He is selected to serve as High Sheriff of Oxfordshire however he does no take up the post.  Sir George is granted powers to lend money to the nobility.  The Earl of Northampton owed him £1,040.