The Victoria Manorial Survey

Manorial Counsel have created the largest public database of manorial lordships and feudal baronies held in English history.

In 1086, William the Conqueror instructed the construction of a similar database known as the Domesday Book. This database took over 100 years to create and held details of each lordship with their overlords. The Victoria Manorial Survey is annotated with the lordships that were included in the Domesday Book.

The lordships and baronies listed in the Victoria Manorial Survey are NOT for sale. It is for anyone to use who is interested in the manorial and feudal society of England. There is no charge for its use. If you find a lordship or barony title within the Victoria Manorial Survey that is of interest, and you wish to know if it’s available to purchase, please search our Titles for Sale.

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