Lordship Title of Westhey and Faldo

£3,250.00

County: Bedfordshire
Parish: Higham Gobion
History from: 1245
History to: 1762

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 24th Lord and Lady of Westhey and Faldo

1st Lord -William de Faldo (or Keynes)

3rd Lord – William de Faldo joins the Earl of Lancaster’s rebellion in 1322 and has his estates confiscated.

8th Lord – Sir Reginald Bray was knighted at the coronation of King Henry VII and laid the foundation stone of King Henry VII’s new chapel in Westminster Abbey.

9th Lord – Sir Edmund Braye was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1514.  He is after appointed High Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex and created Baron Braye.

18th Lord – Thomas Halfpenny was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire.

20th Lord – Sir George Byng, Viscount Torrington was made a Knight Companion of the Order of the Bath.  Sir George was made First Lord of the Admiralty.  He was instrumental in establishing the Royal Naval College at Portsmouth.  Sir George was appointed Commissioner of Claims (assessing the validity of claims for roles) for the coronation of King George II.

21st Lord – Pattee Byng was elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Bedfordshire.  He gave up his seat to take up his father’s seat in the House of Lords.  He also inherits the office of Treasurer of the Navy.  He was appointed Vice-Treasurer and Paymaster General of Ireland.

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County: Bedfordshire
Parish: Higham Gobion
History from: 1245
History to: 1762

Documented history: Yes

Domesday Book: No
Interesting Facts:

Become the 24th Lord and Lady of Westhey and Faldo

1st Lord -William de Faldo (or Keynes)

3rd Lord – William de Faldo joins the Earl of Lancaster’s rebellion in 1322 and has his estates confiscated.

8th Lord – Sir Reginald Bray was knighted at the coronation of King Henry VII and laid the foundation stone of King Henry VII’s new chapel in Westminster Abbey.

9th Lord – Sir Edmund Braye was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1514.  He is after appointed High Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex and created Baron Braye.

18th Lord – Thomas Halfpenny was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire.

20th Lord – Sir George Byng, Viscount Torrington was made a Knight Companion of the Order of the Bath.  Sir George was made First Lord of the Admiralty.  He was instrumental in establishing the Royal Naval College at Portsmouth.  Sir George was appointed Commissioner of Claims (assessing the validity of claims for roles) for the coronation of King George II.

21st Lord – Pattee Byng was elected a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Bedfordshire.  He gave up his seat to take up his father’s seat in the House of Lords.  He also inherits the office of Treasurer of the Navy.  He was appointed Vice-Treasurer and Paymaster General of Ireland.

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