who held lands in Herefordshire, went to Jerusalem with Godfrey de Bouillon: v. Harleian M.S. in the British Museum, 1545. Plut. 57, c. The present Earl of Oxford trances his descent direct from this Crusader.
Sir William de Harley, is first mentioned in the viſitation of Shropshire 1623 CE, in the college of arms, as Lord of Harley in that county.