Lordship Title of Hampdens

£3,000.00

County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Penn
History from: 1222
History to: 1677

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 13th Lord and Lady of Hampdens

1st Lord – Osbert de Saunderton

5th Lord – Sir Robert dormer, a barrister at the Inner Temple.

6th Lord – William Gardiner was also known as William of London who was a grocer.

8th Lord – John Gardiner is committed to the Gatehouse prison for sheltering two seminary priests.

10th Lord – Gregory Norton purchases a baronet (hereditary knighthood).  Sir Gregory is a minor official at the court of King Charles I.  He serves in the House of Commons and High Court of Justice.  He signs King Charles’ death warrant.  Sir Gregory sells Hampdens so as to disinherit his son Henry as Henry opposed the trial and execution of King Charles.

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County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Penn
History from: 1222
History to: 1677

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 13th Lord and Lady of Hampdens

1st Lord – Osbert de Saunderton

5th Lord – Sir Robert dormer, a barrister at the Inner Temple.

6th Lord – William Gardiner was also known as William of London who was a grocer.

8th Lord – John Gardiner is committed to the Gatehouse prison for sheltering two seminary priests.

10th Lord – Gregory Norton purchases a baronet (hereditary knighthood).  Sir Gregory is a minor official at the court of King Charles I.  He serves in the House of Commons and High Court of Justice.  He signs King Charles’ death warrant.  Sir Gregory sells Hampdens so as to disinherit his son Henry as Henry opposed the trial and execution of King Charles.

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