Lordship Title of Hoppeshortland

£3,500.00

County: Berkshire
Parish: Lambourn
History from: 12th century
History to: 1589

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 22nd Lord and Lady of Hoppeshortland

1st Lord – A member of the Hoppeshort family

2nd Lords – Hubert Hoppeshort and William de Bockhampton owed a service of keeping King John’s harriers (hunting hounds).

6th Lord – In 1284 William Hoppeshort owed the service of keeping six damsels (whores) for King Edward I at the king’s cost.  This was called “pimp-tenure”.  By 1303 the service had changed to the carrying of King Edward’s horn when he hunted in the Lambourn Hundred.

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County: Berkshire
Parish: Lambourn
History from: 12th century
History to: 1589

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 22nd Lord and Lady of Hoppeshortland

1st Lord – A member of the Hoppeshort family

2nd Lords – Hubert Hoppeshort and William de Bockhampton owed a service of keeping King John’s harriers (hunting hounds).

6th Lord – In 1284 William Hoppeshort owed the service of keeping six damsels (whores) for King Edward I at the king’s cost.  This was called “pimp-tenure”.  By 1303 the service had changed to the carrying of King Edward’s horn when he hunted in the Lambourn Hundred.

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