Mowbray Road, TW10

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Roger de Mowbray was lord of the manor of Ham from 1205 to 1220 following the death of the Bishop of Winchester, Godfrey de Lucy, who had been granted the lands by Henry II. Before coming into the hands of the bishop the land had been granted to Maurice de Creoun, some time Governor of the Provinces of Anjou and Maine. However when Creoun took up arms against Henry, he forfeited the property.

 

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