Lordship Title of Husborne Crawley (Dunstable Priory) or Crawley ID14061

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Previous Lords:
Two manors appear in Crawley at Domesday, of which CRAWLEY MANOR, afterwards HUSBORNE CRAWLEY, which was held by Grimbald under Edward the Confessor, belonged to William Lovet, and was assessed at 5 hides. The overlordship of William Lovet's lands passed to the Earls of Albemarle, whose interest in this manor extended from the middle of the 13th century to the year 1368, when Robert son and heir of John de Lisle released his rights to the Crown. The manor was held after that date by the canons of Dunstable.
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Listed in the Domesday Book:

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