Lordship Title of Crookham and Henwick ID13070

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The reputed manor of CROOKHAM and HENWICK appears to have originated in lands settled by John Winchcombe in 1548 on his second son Thomas. The latter sold them in 1554 to John Goddard, whose descendants held them until 1650, when John Goddard conveyed the manor of Crookham and Henwick to Humphrey Dolman and others, probably in trust, for it was soon afterwards in the possession of the lords of the manor of Crookham. Samuel Mico owned it in 1675, and his sister and heir Winifred and her husband sold it in 1682 to Sebastian Lyford. It passed finally to the Peacheys, Lord Selsey being the owner in 1806.
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Manorial Counsel Limited has created a new legal right to bring the titles of this lordship back into use.
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