Lordship Title of Eling ID14250

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In the time of Edward the Confessor Sawin held ELING of the king, and attached it to his manor of Hendred, but at the time of the Domesday Survey it was held by Roger de Ivri, who transferred it to his manor of Harwell. Like all Roger's manors it became part of the honour of St. Valerie, and the- overlordship was held in the 13th century by Richard Earl of Cornwall, King of the Romans. At his death it descended to his son Edward Earl of Cornwall, at whose death in 1300 it passed to the Crown.
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