Lordship Title of Southcott

£4,100.00

County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Linslade
History from: 1241
History to: 1690

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 23rd Lord and Lady of Southcott

1st Lord – William Gernun

2nd Lord – Thomas de Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham who later is created Duke of Norfolk for being instrumental in the murder of King Richard II’s uncle the Duke of Gloucester.  Thomas quarrels with the Duke of Hereford and King Richard II banishes both of them.

4th Lord – Thomas, 4th Earl of Norfolk and Earl Marshall is beheaded after leading a rebellion in the north.

7th Lord – Sir William Lucy is appointed High Sheriff of Herefordshire.  He is killed at the Battle of Northampton.

8th Lord – Sir William Vaux was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire.  He was a zealous Lancastrian and after the Battle of Towton is charged with treason.  Southcott is confiscated and sold.

9th Lord – Sir Ralph Hastings, Esquire of the Body received offices of Lieutenant of the Castle of Guisnes, Picardy and Constable of Rockingham Castle.

12th Lord – Sir Roger Corbet is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Shropshire.

13th Lord – Andrew Corbet serves in the Scottish campaigns and is knighted by John Dudley, Earl of Warwick.

15th Lord – Richard Corbet was a former Member of Parliament and High Sheriff of Shropshire.  He is knighted.

20th Lord – Vincent Corbet was a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Shropshire.

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County: Buckinghamshire
Parish: Linslade
History from: 1241
History to: 1690

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 23rd Lord and Lady of Southcott

1st Lord – William Gernun

2nd Lord – Thomas de Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham who later is created Duke of Norfolk for being instrumental in the murder of King Richard II’s uncle the Duke of Gloucester.  Thomas quarrels with the Duke of Hereford and King Richard II banishes both of them.

4th Lord – Thomas, 4th Earl of Norfolk and Earl Marshall is beheaded after leading a rebellion in the north.

7th Lord – Sir William Lucy is appointed High Sheriff of Herefordshire.  He is killed at the Battle of Northampton.

8th Lord – Sir William Vaux was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire.  He was a zealous Lancastrian and after the Battle of Towton is charged with treason.  Southcott is confiscated and sold.

9th Lord – Sir Ralph Hastings, Esquire of the Body received offices of Lieutenant of the Castle of Guisnes, Picardy and Constable of Rockingham Castle.

12th Lord – Sir Roger Corbet is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Shropshire.

13th Lord – Andrew Corbet serves in the Scottish campaigns and is knighted by John Dudley, Earl of Warwick.

15th Lord – Richard Corbet was a former Member of Parliament and High Sheriff of Shropshire.  He is knighted.

20th Lord – Vincent Corbet was a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Shropshire.

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