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Saby's Leys, Sabie's Piece and Sabie's Slade.


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.

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