Lordship Title of Pertsoills or Pertesoyles

£2,750.00

County: Bedfordshire
Parish: Risely or Riseley
History from: Pre-Conquest (1066)
History to: 1685

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 21st Lord and Lady of Pertsoills

1st Lord – Eskil or Anschil of Ware who was a wealthy and influential land owner with 20 lordships in Hertfordshire and the South Midlands.

2nd Lord – Hugh de Beauchamp, who held it with his Barony of Bedford.  Hugh was Hugh Sheriff of Bedfordshire, then High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire.  Hugh stood as a surety for King Henry I in a treaty with Robert II, Count of Flanders.

6th Lord – Simon II de Beauchamp was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

12th Lord – William Pertesoil and his illegitimate son John appeared in arms at the Bedford Sessions and insulted the justices.  They are initially convicted but are pardoned for the offence.

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County: Bedfordshire
Parish: Risely or Riseley
History from: Pre-Conquest (1066)
History to: 1685

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: Yes
Interesting Facts:

Become the 21st Lord and Lady of Pertsoills

1st Lord – Eskil or Anschil of Ware who was a wealthy and influential land owner with 20 lordships in Hertfordshire and the South Midlands.

2nd Lord – Hugh de Beauchamp, who held it with his Barony of Bedford.  Hugh was Hugh Sheriff of Bedfordshire, then High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire.  Hugh stood as a surety for King Henry I in a treaty with Robert II, Count of Flanders.

6th Lord – Simon II de Beauchamp was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

12th Lord – William Pertesoil and his illegitimate son John appeared in arms at the Bedford Sessions and insulted the justices.  They are initially convicted but are pardoned for the offence.

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