Lordship Title of Lovedens

£3,000.00

County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Long Crendon
History from: 1311
History to: 1648

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 18th Lord and Lady of Lovedens

1st Lord – John de Warmodeston

12th Lord – Michael Dormer was appointed High Sheriff of London and Master of Mercers.  He was also an Alderman of London.  Michael was elected Lord Mayor of London and knighted.

13th Lord – Sir William Dormer, a former Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Buckinghamshire.

THIS TITLE IS ALSO AVAILABLE TO RESERVE AT CHECKOUT AND COVER THE COST ACROSS TEN EQUAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS.

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County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Long Crendon
History from: 1311
History to: 1648

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 18th Lord and Lady of Lovedens

1st Lord – John de Warmodeston

12th Lord – Michael Dormer was appointed High Sheriff of London and Master of Mercers.  He was also an Alderman of London.  Michael was elected Lord Mayor of London and knighted.

13th Lord – Sir William Dormer, a former Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Buckinghamshire.

Senior London barrister researched manorial law and other legal authorities to identify how they could be used to create new legal rights for exclusive use of historic English Lordship/Barony Titles.

Six UK registered solicitors have reviewed the barristers work and confirmed its validity.

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For over a decade we have been publishing online the legal rights we have created over historic Lordship/Barony Titles. Clients can feel confident that they will not be challenged, as we have already given the opportunity to any potential claimants.

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