Lordship Title of Hartley

£3,050.00

County: Berkshire
Parish: Shinfield
History from: 1261
History to: 1610

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 10th Lord and Lady of Hartley

1st Lord – Walter Vachell (or Fachell)

2nd Lord – John Vachell was appointed one of the commissioners to buy wool in the counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

8th Lord – Thomas Vachell was a zealous Protestant and increased his wealth considerably during the reign of King Henry VIII.  He was a close friend of Thomas Cromwell and oversaw the possessions of Reading and Leominster abbeys.

9th Lord – Unlike his father Thomas Vachell was a recusant (remained with the Catholic faith and would not attend Church of England services).  His estates are confiscated by the crown.

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County: Berkshire
Parish: Shinfield
History from: 1261
History to: 1610

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 10th Lord and Lady of Hartley

1st Lord – Walter Vachell (or Fachell)

2nd Lord – John Vachell was appointed one of the commissioners to buy wool in the counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

8th Lord – Thomas Vachell was a zealous Protestant and increased his wealth considerably during the reign of King Henry VIII.  He was a close friend of Thomas Cromwell and oversaw the possessions of Reading and Leominster abbeys.

9th Lord – Unlike his father Thomas Vachell was a recusant (remained with the Catholic faith and would not attend Church of England services).  His estates are confiscated by the crown.

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