BARON of  NORTH CADBURY



Jörg Hubert Dumke KStE, 6th Baron of North Cadbury or Baron de Newmarch (b.1964), is a German educationalist. He succeeded to the titles of 6th Baron of North Cadbury in 2011, and Lord of the Manor of Blakewell in Devon in 2010, by conveyance. The Baron is a Knight of the Knightly Order of St. Edward the Confessor (Milites S. Edwardi Confessoris).
In 1992, he married Regina, Baroness of North Cadbury and Lady of Blakewell (b.1964).


Lord Jörg Hubert & Lady Regina



Baron of North Cadbury is a feudal title of England. The Barony was created by William the Conqueror in about 1066 and was a gift for one of his Norman barons Turstin FitzRolf, who fought for him as his loyal standard bearer at the Battle of Hastings on 14 October 1066. He was one of the King's principal Barons who held land directly from the King as Tenant-in-chief per baroniam, making the holder a feudal Baron.

The name of the Barony refers to (North) Cadbury in the county of Somerset. It is mentioned in Domesday Book of 1086 and laid dormant since 1216. The Barony title has been re-conveyed upon aquisition to the present Baron in 2011. The title of the Barony of North Cadbury, as well as the title of the Lordship of Blakewell in the county of Devon, are derived from land rather than a part of the peerage** and embedded in English law as incorporeal hereditaments.          

The legal documentation of assignment of the title rights (set of deeds/ conveyance deeds) has been thoroughly reviewed, approved and provably confirmed by London Barristers and UK registered Solicitors (SRA).      


The legal ownership was officially announced in The Gazette*, the official public record of Her Majesty's Government, which operates under strict Government and Crown approval.                                                                                                                       

*Legal Notices in The Gazette:

Barony of North Cadbury  / Lordship of North Cadbury / Lordship of Blakewell


**An English feudal Barony is an ancient title which relate to land tenure and should not be confused with a title of the peerage (parliamentary title).