Lordship Title of Enhale or Yenhall or Eynall and Yennolds

£4,250.00

County: Cambridgeshire
Parish: West Wickham
History from: 974
History to: 1586

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 31st Lord and Lady of Enhale.

1st Lord – Elfhelm, Ealdorman of Southern Northumbria, gives his wife Enhale.  Elfhelm is invited by Eadric Streona (a Mercian nobleman) to a great feast.  On the third or fourth day they go on a hunt and whilst Elfhelm is distracted he is slain.

2nd Lord – Aelfgifu married Canute who becomes King of England.

8th Lord – Baldwin de Rosey went on crusade.

11th Lord – Walkelin de Rosey was murdered.

12th Lord – Walkelin’s son, Saher has not yet reached his majority and he is placed in the wardship of the Earl of Surrey.

13th Lord – Sir Baldwin Manners is commanded by King Edward I to bring horse and arms to Portsmouth and to go with him to Gascony to relieve the province after France had invaded.  Later Sir Baldwin is ordered to Carlisle to march against the Scots.

15th Lord – Sir John Botetourt, Lord Botetourt fights with the Lancastrians at the Battle of Boroughbridge.  He is fined £1,00 for his part and pardoned.

18th Lord – Roger Harleston is appointed High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire.  He is later elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Cambridgeshire.

20th Lord – John Harleston is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Suffolk.

23rd Lord – Sir Robert Harleston, a lawyer, served as an under-steward of the Duchy of Lancaster.  Sir Robert is slain at the Battle of Barnet Field, attained (convicted of treason) and had all his lands confiscated.

27th Lord – Clement Harleston was created a Knight of the Body to King Henry VIII.  Clement was knighted and acted as a servitor to Ann Boleyn at her coronation as Queen.

30th Lord – Sir Giles Alington is appointed High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire.  He is later elected a Member of Parliament for Liverpool, then a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Cambridgeshire.

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County: Cambridgeshire
Parish: West Wickham
History from: 974
History to: 1586

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 31st Lord and Lady of Enhale.

1st Lord – Elfhelm, Ealdorman of Southern Northumbria, gives his wife Enhale.  Elfhelm is invited by Eadric Streona (a Mercian nobleman) to a great feast.  On the third or fourth day they go on a hunt and whilst Elfhelm is distracted he is slain.

2nd Lord – Aelfgifu married Canute who becomes King of England.

8th Lord – Baldwin de Rosey went on crusade.

11th Lord – Walkelin de Rosey was murdered.

12th Lord – Walkelin’s son, Saher has not yet reached his majority and he is placed in the wardship of the Earl of Surrey.

13th Lord – Sir Baldwin Manners is commanded by King Edward I to bring horse and arms to Portsmouth and to go with him to Gascony to relieve the province after France had invaded.  Later Sir Baldwin is ordered to Carlisle to march against the Scots.

15th Lord – Sir John Botetourt, Lord Botetourt fights with the Lancastrians at the Battle of Boroughbridge.  He is fined £1,00 for his part and pardoned.

18th Lord – Roger Harleston is appointed High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire.  He is later elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Cambridgeshire.

20th Lord – John Harleston is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Suffolk.

23rd Lord – Sir Robert Harleston, a lawyer, served as an under-steward of the Duchy of Lancaster.  Sir Robert is slain at the Battle of Barnet Field, attained (convicted of treason) and had all his lands confiscated.

27th Lord – Clement Harleston was created a Knight of the Body to King Henry VIII.  Clement was knighted and acted as a servitor to Ann Boleyn at her coronation as Queen.

30th Lord – Sir Giles Alington is appointed High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire.  He is later elected a Member of Parliament for Liverpool, then a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Cambridgeshire.

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