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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.

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.


Owner/SourceNational Archive Kew
DateNov 29 2017
File nameJS Lord of the manor.jpg
File Size3.01m
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