Lordship title of Over Middleton or Middleton One Row

£3,750.00

County: Durham
Parish: Middleton St George
History from: 1166
History to: 1720

Documented history: Yes

Domesday book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 29th Lord and Lady of Over Middleton or Middleton One Row

1st Lord – William, son of Siward, Baron of Gosforth.

9th Lord – Thomas Surtees, who was knighted.

10th Lord – Thomas Surtees was also knighted and elected as a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Northumberland.  Sir Thomas was appointed High Sheriff of Northumberland.

11th Lord – Alexander Surtees succeeds his father as High Sheriff of Northumberland.

12th Lord – Thomas Surtees is knighted and appointed High Sheriff of Northumberland.

22nd Lord – Alan Ayscough is a Royalist in the English Civil War and Over Middleton is sequestered (confiscated) by Parliament.

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County: Durham
Parish: Middleton St George
History from: 1166
History to: 1720

Documented history: Yes

Domesday book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 29th Lord and Lady of Over Middleton or Middleton One Row

1st Lord – William, son of Siward, Baron of Gosforth.

9th Lord – Thomas Surtees, who was knighted.

10th Lord – Thomas Surtees was also knighted and elected as a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Northumberland.  Sir Thomas was appointed High Sheriff of Northumberland.

11th Lord – Alexander Surtees succeeds his father as High Sheriff of Northumberland.

12th Lord – Thomas Surtees is knighted and appointed High Sheriff of Northumberland.

22nd Lord – Alan Ayscough is a Royalist in the English Civil War and Over Middleton is sequestered (confiscated) by Parliament.

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