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Definition of Bockland
Bookland Book"land`, Bockland Bock"land`, n. [AS. b?cland;
b?c book + land land.] (O. Eng. Law)
Charter land held by deed under certain rents and free
services, which differed in nothing from free socage lands.
This species of tenure has given rise to the modern
BocklandBockland Bock"land, n.
Meaning of Bockland from wikipedia
(Old English: bocland) was a type of land tenure under
Anglo-Saxon law and referred
to land that was vested
by a charter. Land held without
Preceded by Gilbert Raleigh Walter Bockland Member
1670–1681 With: Gilbert Raleigh
1648 – by 28 November
1710) was an English Member
for Downton. He was the son of Walter Bockland
- 13th feudal baron
in Aberdeen, Scotland) by his wife Jane Bockland
of Lieutenant-General Maurice Bocland
- by George Johnson Downton Gilbert Raleigh Walter Bockland Raleigh replaced
1675 by Henry
Eyre Bockland replaced
1670 by Sir Joseph
Ashe, 1st Baronet
1184: Hugh Bardulf
1187 – 29 September
1191–1200: Richard Revel Christmas
1193: Richard Revel Henry
- grandson Maurice George Bisset
(1757–1821) the son of his daughter
by her husband
Rev. Alexander Bissett
(the son of Major William
family, 1674 to 1749, wall tablets
to Lieutenant General Maurice Bockland
(Member of Parliament
from Yarmouth; d. 1765), W. Bowles
(d. 1748), an...
- Gifford, dates
back to around
1100 AD when the granddaughter
of Guy de Bockland
, Isabella brought
to her husband Osbert
Giffard. The estate...
1204–1207: Roger, son of Ade. 1208–1209: Walter Briewer
and Alan de Bockland
1210: Willam Briwerre
1211–1213: Hugh de Neville
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