Baron Grandison

Baron Grandison was a title that was created twice in the Peerage of England, both times for men, brothers Sir Otho de Grandison and William de Grandison, who were summoned to Parliament in 1299. The barony created for Sir Otho became extinct on his death in 1328. The barony created for William fell into abeyance on the death of the fourth Baron in 1375. The present Paston-Bedingfeld baronet is a co-heir to the barony of Grandison, in recognition of which the arms of Grandison are sculpted on an oriel window at Oxburgh Hall.

Arms of Grandison: Paly of six argent and azure, on a bend gules three eagles displayed or
Arms of Grandison sculpted on an oriel window at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk, seat of the Paston-Bedingfeld baronets, co-heirs to the barony of Grandison

Barons Grandison (1299)Edit

Barons Grandison (1299)Edit

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  1. ^ Complete Peerage, 2nd edition, Volume VI, P69
  2. ^ Audrey Erskine, Grandison, John (1292–1369), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edition (subscription required). Retrieved 2020-02-29.