Lordship Title of Lovedens

Lordship Title of Lovedens

County: Buckinghamshire

Parish: Long Crendon

History from: 1311

History to: 1648

Of interest…

(1) The lordship takes its name from Thomas de Loveden in the 14th century. (2) They sell Lovedens to Michael Dormer who in 1529 serves as High Sheriff of London. (3) Michael is appointed Master of Mercers and made an Alderman of London. He is then knighted for his service. In 1541 he is elected Lord Mayor of London. (4) His son Sir William has already served as a Knight of the Shire and Member of Parliament for Buckinghamshire.
Price: £2,750 to become the 18th Lord and Lady of Lovedens