Lordship Title of Norncott

£3,250.00

County: Shropshire
Parish: The Heath
History from: 1086
History to: 1553

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 16th Lord and Lady of Norncott

1st Lord – Wenlock Priory

7th Lord – William Burley, Justice of the Peace and Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament fore Shropshire.

11th Lord – Sir John de Vere, Earl of Oxford by the right of his wife Elizabeth.  Sir John is appointed Lord Great Chamberlain.

12th Lord – Sir John de Vere is made a Knight of the Garter.  He is appointed to the Privy Council.  He bears the crown at Anne Boleyn’s coronation.  He later serves on the commission which tries Queen Anne Boleyn.

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County: Shropshire
Parish: The Heath
History from: 1086
History to: 1553

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 16th Lord and Lady of Norncott

1st Lord – Wenlock Priory

7th Lord – William Burley, Justice of the Peace and Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament fore Shropshire.

11th Lord – Sir John de Vere, Earl of Oxford by the right of his wife Elizabeth.  Sir John is appointed Lord Great Chamberlain.

12th Lord – Sir John de Vere is made a Knight of the Garter.  He is appointed to the Privy Council.  He bears the crown at Anne Boleyn’s coronation.  He later serves on the commission which tries Queen Anne Boleyn.

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