Lordship Title of Lalleford

£2,950.00

County: Bedfordshire
Parish: Luton
History from: 1425
History to: 1815

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 21st Lord and Lady of Lalleford

1st Lord – Joan Waleys

10th Lord – Sir Robert Napierhad a amassed his fortune through trading with Turkey.  Sir Robert was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1602. Ten years later he was granted a Baronet (a hereditary knighthood) by King James.  The following year Sir Robert was elected Sheriff of London but refuses to take up the responsibility. He was fined 400 marks.

11th Lord – Sir Robert Napier was a barrister of Gray’s Inn.  Sir Robert is elected a Member of Parliament for Peterborough.  He sides with King Charles in the English Civil War and has his estates sequestered. Sir Robert yields to Parliament’s will and has his estates returned.

13th Lord – Sir John Napier, a career politician who serves in the Cavalier Parliament until 1679.

14th Lord – Sir Theophilus Napier serves as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1716.

17th Lord – Francis Herne of Middlesex who sits in the House of Commons from 1754 to 1776.  Francis serves as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1753.

18th Lord – John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute.

19th Lord – John Stuart is created Viscount Mountjoy (in the Isle of Wight), Earl of Windsor and Marquess of Bute. He is made a Fellow of the Royal Society (a self-governing fellowship of scientists, engineers and technologists).

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County: Bedfordshire
Parish: Luton
History from: 1425
History to: 1815

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 21st Lord and Lady of Lalleford

1st Lord – Joan Waleys

10th Lord – Sir Robert Napierhad a amassed his fortune through trading with Turkey.  Sir Robert was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1602. Ten years later he was granted a Baronet (a hereditary knighthood) by King James.  The following year Sir Robert was elected Sheriff of London but refuses to take up the responsibility. He was fined 400 marks.

11th Lord – Sir Robert Napier was a barrister of Gray’s Inn.  Sir Robert is elected a Member of Parliament for Peterborough.  He sides with King Charles in the English Civil War and has his estates sequestered. Sir Robert yields to Parliament’s will and has his estates returned.

13th Lord – Sir John Napier, a career politician who serves in the Cavalier Parliament until 1679.

14th Lord – Sir Theophilus Napier serves as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1716.

17th Lord – Francis Herne of Middlesex who sits in the House of Commons from 1754 to 1776.  Francis serves as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1753.

18th Lord – John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute.

19th Lord – John Stuart is created Viscount Mountjoy (in the Isle of Wight), Earl of Windsor and Marquess of Bute. He is made a Fellow of the Royal Society (a self-governing fellowship of scientists, engineers and technologists).

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