Family history...I think i will come to the UK and ask the queen to give Buckingham palace back to me.
The Manor of Luton Hoo is not mentioned in the Domesday Book and the first reference to it in the surviving historical record is in 1245 when Thomas de Hoo conveyed land to his father Robert. In 1292 a Robert de Hoo received a charter of free warren for his Manor of Hoo and in 1306 he conveyed the manor to his son, another Robert, who in 1319 leased it at £10 per annum to his mother Hadwise de Goushill.
In 1337 Thomas de Hoo, son of Robert, held the manor and in 1391 his widow, Isabella held it. William, son of Robert and Isabella, was dead by 1415 as his widow Eleanor held the manor. And conveyed it to her son Sir Thomas de Hoo, who took an active part in the wars with France, being created Baron of Hoo and Hastings in 1447. He died in 1455 and his half brother Thomas succeeded him. This Thomas died in 1486 and Sir Thomas’ four daughters Anne, wife of Geoffrey Boleyn, Eleanor, wife of Sir Richard Carewe, Elizabeth, wife of Richard Devenish and Anne, wife of Roger Copley inherited the manor jointly.