Lordship Title of Launcelenes

£3,000.00

County: Hertfordshire
Parish: Aldbury
History from: Post 1290
History to: 1525

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 14th Lord and Lady of Launcelenes

1st Lord – John Aignel

6th Lord – Robert Whittingham, by the right of his wife Alice, is elected a Member of Parliament for London.  He is appointed High Sheriff of London and Middlesex.  Later Robert is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire.  He is appointed twice High Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire.  Robert is appointed Treasurer of Calais, then Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall.  Robert is knighted.

7th Lord – Sir Robert Whittingham served on the Privy Council for King Henry VI.  Sir Robert fights at the Battle of Wakefield for the House of Lancaster.  He also fights at the Battle of Towton.  After the defeat he accompanies King Henry VI into exile in Scotland.

9th Lord – Henry Bourchier, Lord Cromwell.

10th Lord – George, Archbishop of York.

12th Lord – Ralph Verney is appointed High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.  Ralph is knighted.

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County: Hertfordshire
Parish: Aldbury
History from: Post 1290
History to: 1525

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 14th Lord and Lady of Launcelenes

1st Lord – John Aignel

6th Lord – Robert Whittingham, by the right of his wife Alice, is elected a Member of Parliament for London.  He is appointed High Sheriff of London and Middlesex.  Later Robert is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire.  He is appointed twice High Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire.  Robert is appointed Treasurer of Calais, then Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall.  Robert is knighted.

7th Lord – Sir Robert Whittingham served on the Privy Council for King Henry VI.  Sir Robert fights at the Battle of Wakefield for the House of Lancaster.  He also fights at the Battle of Towton.  After the defeat he accompanies King Henry VI into exile in Scotland.

9th Lord – Henry Bourchier, Lord Cromwell.

10th Lord – George, Archbishop of York.

12th Lord – Ralph Verney is appointed High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.  Ralph is knighted.

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