Lordship Title of Husseis ID14169

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A mesne lordship was held in the early part of the reign of Henry III by Ralf de Camoys, the tenant of North Denchworth. Ralf's son and namesake, who succeeded him, granted Denchworth to Adam Fettiplace about 1263, and Philip Fettiplace, Adam's heir, obtained a quitclaim of both manors from John de Camoys in 1291. In 1300 Philip Fettiplace settled the manor of North Denchworth with its appurtenances on himself for life with remainder to his sons Henry and Aimery and the heirs of Aimery. Among these appurtenances the mesne lordship of Padworth seems to have been included, for it continued to follow the descent of North Denchworth (q.v.) at least as late as 1460, when it was in the hands of the heirs of Aimery Fettiplace.
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