Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury, 1473-1541: Loyalty, Lineage and Leadership

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Appendix III
The Lands of the Countess of
Salisbury in 1538 and their Descent1
England and Calais
Berkshire
CrookhamR
LambournR
Buckinghamshire
Aston ClintonR
Aston CheveryA
AylesburyR
Dundridge2R
Cornwall
LantyanR
Derbyshire
Chesterfield3R
Devon
Clyst St MaryR
Coleridge HundredR
PyworthyR
StokenhamR
WonfordR
YealmptonR
Dorset
CanfordL
Newton Montague (Blackmoor
Manor)R
SwyreR
Essex
Bretts in West HamR
Catmerhall4R
ClaveringR
Northeweald BassetR
Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
ChaltonB
ChristchurchR
HuntonR
RingwoodR
WarblingtonR
Binstead, IOW5R
Brightstone/Brixton, IOWR
Swainstone, IOWR
Herefordshire
DinmoreW
KinnersleyW
Hertfordshire
BusheyR
WareR
Kent
Chistlehurst6U
CrayfordU
Dartford and WilmingtonR
StoneU
Sutton at HoneU
Lincoln
Coppices: Eselounde, Alanhill, Horowhill, Popeland and elsewhere in the lordship

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