Lordship Title of Binfield ID1382

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At the date of the Great Survey BINFIELD apparently formed part of the royal manor of Cookham, as in 1225 it is called a member of that manor. It descended with Cookham, forming part of the dower of the Queens of England during the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries, and is still in the possession of the Crown. A so-called manor of BINFIELD was surrendered with Clewer to the Crown in 1546 by Thomas Lord Sandys. His mother was Margery Bray, niece of Sir Reynold Bray, who had bought lands in Binfield with the manor of Clewer during the reign of Henry VII. The Crown also obtained land in 1542 by exchange with George Throckmorton. This land had been bought by George Throckmorton from Thomas Decons, and had formerly belonged to the Rippons, and probably to the Smewyns.
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