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English baronies: a study of their origin and descent, 1086-1327

Ivor John Sanders

English baronies: a study of their origin and descent, 1086-1327

by Ivor John Sanders

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nobility -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    StatementIvor John Sanders.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS429.S3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 203 p. ;
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20567815M

    English baronies: a study of their origin and descent, English baronies: a study of their origin and descent, Imprint Oxford, Clarendon Press, Physical description xiv, p. 22 cm. Available online At the library. Green Library. Find it Stacks. Items in Stacks; Call number Status; CSS3 Unknown SAL3 (off-campus storage).

    Origins. He was the son and heir of Humphrey I de Bohun (died c), 3rd feudal baron of Trowbridge, by his wife Maud of Salisbury, a daughter of Edward of Salisbury (died ), an Anglo-Saxon and 2nd feudal baron of Trowbridge and of Chitterne, both in Wiltshire.   Richard Fitz Turold (died after –06) (alias fitzThorold, fitzTurolf) was an eleventh-century Anglo-Norman landowner in Cornwall and Devon, mentioned in the Domesday Book. In the 13th century his estates formed part of the Feudal barony of Cardinham, Cornwall, and in as recorded in the Cartae Baronum his estates had been held as a.

    Abstract. Perroy Edouard. I. J. Sanders, English Baronies, a study of their origin and descent. In: Annales. Economies, sociétés, civilisations. 17ᵉ année, N. 2. A feudal baron is a vassal holding a heritable fief called a barony, comprising a specific portion of land, granted by an overlord in return for allegiance and service. Following the end of European feudalism, feudal baronies have largely been superseded by baronies held as a rank of nobility, without any attachment to a fief. However, in Scotland, the feudal dignity of baron remains in.


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The emblem of a bear (Latin ursus) is believed to refer to Urse d'Abetot (c. – ), 1st feudal baron of Salwarpe in. Sanders, I. English baronies: a study of their origin and descent, Clarendon Press Oxford Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

book English baronies: a study of their origin and descent I. J Sanders Published in in Oxford by Clarendon pressCited by: The Honour of Wallingford (or feudal barony of Wallingford) was a medieval English feudal barony which existed between and with its caput at Wallingford Castle in present-day Oxfordshire.

The Honour of Wallingford was established after the Norman Conquest of England in The Honour initially comprised the manors of Wallingford and Harpsden and thereafter gained numerous other. clear conception either of the origin of tenure per baroniam or of the reason why a tenant-in-chief was considered to be a baro.” (I.J.

Sanders English Baronies: a study of their origin and descentOxford ) Accordingly, to distinguish those who held their English lands in.

English Baronies; A Study of their Origin and Descent – By I. Sanders. 8½ × 5½ Pp. xi+ Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, 35s. - Volume 41 Issue - A. Wagner. Ivor J. Sanders searched the archives, for example Exchequer documents such as fine rolls and pipe rolls, for entries recording the payment of baronial relief and published his results in English Baronies, a Study of their Origin and Descent – (Oxford, ).

He identified certain baronies where evidence was found of payment of. Sanders, I.J. English Baronies, a Study of their Origin and DescentOxford,p. 6, Barony of Gloucester References [ edit ] ^ Sanders, p.6, note 4, per Cartae Baronum return.

Sanders, I.J. English Baronies: A Study of their Origin and Descent –, Oxford,pp. –8, Barony of Plympton; Pole, Sir William (died ), Collections Towards a Description of the County of Devon, Sir John-William de la Pole (ed.), London,pp.

6–11, Plimton. Sanders, I. J., English Baronies, A Study of Their Origin and Descent Oxford: Clarendon Press, Note: RESEARCH NOTES: personal name is Breton Harscoit [Ref: Keats-Rohan DD p] son or nephew of Harscoit de Sancto Jacobo, vicecomes de Saint-Hilaire [Ref: Keats-Rohan DD p].

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" Maud Marshal, Countess of Norfolk, Countess of Surrey ( – 27 March ) was an Anglo-Norman noblewoman and a wealthy co-heiress of her father William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke, and her mother Isabel de Clare suo jure 4th Countess of Pembroke. Buy English baronies;: A study of their origin and descent, by Sanders, I.

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William was the son of William de Courcy and his wife Emma de Falaise.[1] Through his mother, William inherited the barony of Stogursey in Somerset, as his mother was the sole heir of William de Falaise, the lord of Stogursey in Domesday Book.[2] William and Emma were also the parents of two other sons: Richard and Robert.[1].