Lordship Title of Sutton St Cleers

£3,250.00

County: Somerset
Parish: Long Sutton
History from: 1326
History to: 1841

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 16th Lord and Lady of Sutton St Cleers or Bourne’s Manor

1st Lord – Henry Power.

2nd Lord – William Shareshull (the younger) receives a vast wealth when his grandfather (Chief Baron of the Exchequer) dies.  William is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Staffordshire.  William is pardoned for two sentences of outlawry for not appearing in court to answer actions for debt.  He is appointed High Sheriff of Staffordshire twice.

15th Lord – Charles Poulet Thomson is created Baron Sydenham and Toronto and serves as President of the Board of Trade.

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County: Somerset
Parish: Long Sutton
History from: 1326
History to: 1841

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 16th Lord and Lady of Sutton St Cleers or Bourne’s Manor

1st Lord – Henry Power.

2nd Lord – William Shareshull (the younger) receives a vast wealth when his grandfather (Chief Baron of the Exchequer) dies.  William is elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Staffordshire.  William is pardoned for two sentences of outlawry for not appearing in court to answer actions for debt.  He is appointed High Sheriff of Staffordshire twice.

15th Lord – Charles Poulet Thomson is created Baron Sydenham and Toronto and serves as President of the Board of Trade.

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