ⓘ Lordship of Wilmington

                                     

ⓘ Lordship of Wilmington

Wilmington is the name of a lordship or manor or reputed lordship or manor in Sellindge, in the Folkestone and Hythe borough of Kent, to which the vestigial title Lord of Wilmington relates, which has some of the earliest examples of surviving Anglo-Saxon charters, and is particularly noted for the observation of changes to its placename during its early history. The other Wilmington in Kent is a populous parish, near Dartford.

                                     
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  • the hundred of Keynsham. The Domesday Book shows that in 1086 the settlement formed part of the estates of Bath Abbey under the lordship of a Walter Hussey
  • descendants in the succeeding two centuries before the creation of the Barony of Dunboyne as a lordship of Parliament by patent 1541 He was created 1st Baron Dunboyne
  • its historical importance rather from the lordship afterwards Duchy of Nemours, and the fief lords the Duke of Nemours to which it gave its name. In 1585
  • on 4 November 1884. Upon the death of her father on 26 March 1889, she succeeded to the Lordship of Kinloss, one of her father s subsidiary titles. As
  • those of his father in Ayrshire, on which he constantly lived. He inherited Newhailes, and the Lordship and Barony of Hailes in 1839, on the death of his
  • Saxby All Saints 1866 1885 and of Margaret nee Barton, whose family owned nearby Saxby Hall and the lordship of the manor. Algernon was born at his
  • the meeting of King Henry VII and the Archduke Philip. In 1501 he was appointed Constable of Knaresborough Castle, Steward of the Lordship of Knaresborough
  • Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Wogan in particular complained that he was no longer able to endure the burden of Ormonde s heavy lordship and asked to be
  • Tollemache was the second son of Louisa Tollemache, 7th Countess of Dysart. Upon his death, the Lordship of Bellenden of Broughton became extinct, and