Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Feb 22, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - The Official Public Record, His Majesty's Stationery Office (HMSO), has declared that James Allister Odd, an academic and investigative professional, has been granted the noble title of Lord of Hasley. This honour was bestowed upon him by legal instrument and deed dated 31st January 2023 as a recognition of his outstanding public service, benefiting the greater good.
Lord Hasley's family history is steeped in the Buckinghamshire County area, and his genealogical heritage appears to trace back to the ancient House of Wessex. His family owned Odd & Sons Sporting goods (1900) in Surrey and developed the Odd Cricket Bat in 1880 after working with Duke and Sons (established in 1760). It is a fitting tribute to the Odd family that James Allister Odd has been appointed as the 19th Lord of Hasley.
James Allister Odd and his wife, Clarity Rose Odd, Lady of Hasley, along with his two children, reside in the Northwest of the United States. Their duties include a seat within the British Hasley Manor Trust and selecting the recipients of the Lord's Scholars Grants. They also undertake efforts to preserve the dignity and social bearing of their esteemed title.
Lord Hasley's appointment as the 19th Lord of Hasley is a testament to his dedication to public service and his family's rich heritage. His appointment will inspire future generations to carry on the proud legacy of the Odd family, whose contributions to society have been significant and far-reaching.
For more information about Lord James Allister Odd and his duties as the 19th Lord of Hasley, please contact the British Hasley Manor Trust.
Contact: British Hasley Manor Trust Address: Hasley Manor, Buckinghamshire Email: email@example.com
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