Lordship Titles Journal
Perhaps you’re read our articles and some of our historical documentation regarding UK titles, or perhaps you’ve been fascinated by the entire titling process, but you’re not sure that you may qualify for a title. Let us reassure you—everyone is deserving of a title, and we’ve made purchasing a title easier than ever, no matter who you are or where you are located!
If you thought that only men could be knights, and that one must be awarded a knighthood by the Queen of England, this may not only open some readers’ eyes, but change a few minds as well.
People are often impressed by titles, and this is true within as well as outside the UK. One of the oldest and most traditional titles people recognise and are impressed by is that of “Lord” or “Lady.” How does one earn such a prestigious title? Simple! Own a parcel of land in the UK (specifically England or Scotland).
One of the most esteemed and enviable titles in the world belong to those who call themselves “knight.” Often, this title must be bestowed upon someone via a monarch or royal ruler. In the UK, especially England, knights are known as Sir (male) or Dame (female).
Though sometimes confused with the term “laird” in Scotland, the titles of Lord and Lady are special in UK nobility, and there is a significant difference between all three of these words.