Lordship Title of Curridge ID14240

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The greater part of the vill of CURRIDGE was held of Edward the Confessor by two freemen, but was granted after the Norman Conquest to Ralph de Mortimer, who was holding it at the time of the Domesday Survey. As in the case of the manor of Brimpton (q.v.) the overlordship descended in this family, as part of the honour of Wigmore, and came by inheritance into the hands of King Edward IV.
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