Lordship Title of Arlesey ID13768

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Previous Lords:
During the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries the Greys of Wilton held property in Arlesey. John de Grey (who died in 1323) received 9s. 4d. yearly rent from freemen there, and also two pounds of pepper valued at 9d. In 1371 his grandson Reginald de Grey of Wilton died seised of an annual rent of 9s. 0¾d., a clove and a quarter of a pound of pepper in Arlesey appertaining to the manor of Eaton. His son Henry held the same rents at his death in 1396, as did also his son Richard in 1442, but no further history has been found of this property.
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Listed in the Domesday Book:

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