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Chancery pleadings addressed to Sir Thomas Audley as Lord Chancellor: Maybott v Saby.
The only reference so far to John Saby as Lord of the Manor of Finedon.  His entitlement is a mystery.
In the process of being transcribed.
Chancery pleadings addressed to Sir Thomas Audley as Lord Chancellor: Maybott v Saby. The only reference so far to John Saby as Lord of the Manor of Finedon. His entitlement is a mystery. In the process of being transcribed.
Plaintiffs: Thomas Maybott of Wold, husbandman, and Joan, his wife, daughter and heir of William Smyth.
Defendants: John Saby and Thomas, his son.
Subject: Land demised by complainants in the said John's manor of Finedon. Northampton
Sir Thomas Audley became Chancellor in 1533 and Lord Audley in 1538, therefore as he is titled Sir at the top of the document, it must be dated between these years. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 1 - A 'Local' Surname Page 1
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 1 - A "Local" Surname Page 1 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 1 - A 'Local' Surname Page 2
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 1 - A "Local" Surname Page 2 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January, 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact the John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 1 - A 'Local' Surname Page 3
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 1 - A "Local" Surname Page 3 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 1
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 1 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 2
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 2 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 3
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 3 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 4
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 2 - The Chop or the Drop? Page 4 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 3: Origins and Variants Page 1
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 3: Origins and Variants Page 1 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 3: Origins and Variants Page 2
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 3: Origins and Variants Page 2 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Digging for my roots: 3: Origins and Variants Page 3
John William Sabey
Digging for my roots: 3: Origins and Variants Page 3 John William Sabey
Three articles by John William Sabey which appeared in Village Voice magazine in November and December 1997 and January 1998. Grateful thanks to Alan and Ann Woodward, Editors, Village Voice: A magazine for Keysoe and Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire, who have given me permission to publish. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact John William Sabey for his permission. 
 
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Francis Sabey, who were his parents?
Francis Sabey, who were his parents?
 
 
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Sabey origins discussion
Sabey origins discussion
 
 
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Saby's Leys, Sabie's Piece and Sabie's Slade.
Saby's Leys, Sabie's Piece and Sabie's Slade.
Transcription.

PUBLIC BRIDLE ROADS, of the Width of sixteen Feet.
One from the Turnpike-Road leading from Wellingborough to Thrapston, at the Top of the South Avenue, in the Track the same now goes, to the Entrance of Irthlingborough Field, near Stone-Cross.
One from the Isham Bridge Road, at the North Side of Lamport-Way Furlong, in a Westwardly direction over Windmill-Hollow Leys, over an ancient Inclosure called Debdale, and over Saby’s Leys and Harrowden-Plank Piece, to the Bridge leading into Little Harrowden Inclosure.
One out of the last-described Road, on Saby’s Leys, to Finedon Mill.

Also in Finedon, Northamptonshire, England, there were features called "Sabie's Piece" and "Sabie's Slade", a clear indication that the Saby/Sabie family were local landowners at some point.