Lordship Title of Oakley Reynes ID13914

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In the time of the Confessor Osulf, a king's thegn, held land in Oakley. In 1086 Robert de Todeni held 4 hides, having two knights as tenants. This property afterwards became known as the OAKLEY REYNES MANOR. The overlordship of this manor follows the same descent as the honour of Belvoir, as Robert de Todeni's fief afterwards became known, which passed from the Todeni family to the family of Roos of Hamlake, the last mention of the overlordship being found in 1512.
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