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  1. Hace 6 días · First to be explored is how the earldom of Norfolk came into being – how the fortunes of the Bigod family were made. By 1107, Morris shows, the Bigods had become 'barons of the first rank' (p. 1) and by 1166 were the fifth richest family in England.

  2. Hace 4 días · A manor here is said to have been bought from Henry Earl of Deloraine by the Earl of Egremont in 1760, and is now in the possession of Lord Leconfield. A family bearing the name of the place held land here in the 13th century of Nicholas de Meynell.

  3. Hace 5 días · When in October 1399 the new king, Henry IV, granted the honour to Ralph Earl of Westmorland, the long and troublesome connexion of Britanny and Richmond was broken at last. The Earl of Westmorland kept the lands (though he never had the title) for his life.

  4. Hace 4 días · This ancient baronial family became extinct, in the year 1289, when Roger de Valletort gave the honor of Trematon to his Lord-paramount, Richard, Earl of Cornwall, to the prejudice of his next heirs, Henry de Pomerai, and Roger Corbet. Arms: — Arg. three bendlets G., on a border Sab., eight bezants.

  5. Hace 4 días · John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (born May 24, 1616, Lethington [now Lennoxlove], East Lothian, Scotland—died August 20/24, 1682, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England) was one of the chief ministers of King Charles II of England (reigned 1660–85); he earned notoriety for his repressive rule in Scotland during Charles II’s reign.

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    Hace 3 días · 16 Mar. 1309. Correspondence with King Philip IV concerning Holy Land and other matters. Addressor. 3/700/0 ( APS, i, 459; RPS, 1309/1) Friday 20 Feb. 1310. Agreement between Lindores Abbey and the men of Newburgh (FIF) in the presence of. 4/37/12 ( Lind. Lib., no. 10) 12 Apr. 1312 X 29 Oct. 1312.

  7. Hace 6 días · Introduction to Reign. (Ben Wild) Document Contents. 1. The Reign of Henry III, 1216-1272. 2. The Minority of Henry III and its aftermath, 1216-1234. 3. The Personal rule of Henry III, 1234-1258. 4. The Period of reform and rebellion, 1258-1267. 5. The Final years, 1267-1272. 1. The Reign of Henry III, 1216-1272.