Lordship Title of Lovells or Lovells Bury ID14075

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A third manor is found in Potsgrove, known as LOVELLS or LOVELLS BURY, which, as in the case of the other manors in this parish, appears to have been originally attached to the honour of Gloucester, for in 1278 Gilbert de Clare Earl of Gloucester quitclaimed to John Lovel his right in the manor. The Abbot of St. Albans, who owned the advowson of Potsgrove, was overlord of Lovells Bury in 1465, which rights he retained until the Dissolution. In 1638 Sir Edward Duncombe held Lovells of the king as of the dissolved monastery of St. Albans.
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