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Legal cases - Gregory family


Copy of high court proceedings, following a writ, dated 14 July, 38 Henry VIII, to the sheriff to distrain John Wade and Thomas Gregory, gent., of certain rents from lands (specified) in Kyngeshull, Stoneley and Stychehall, granted to the said John and Thomas by Henry VIII to hold in free socage, but for which they had not done fealty (to which writ the sheriff had replied that only Thomas Gregory had any interest in the said lands), recording that Thomas Gregory claimed that John Wade had quitclaimed to him his right in the said lands on 20 December, 36 Henry VIII [no. 1200], and that the said Thomas now wished to do fealty for the same.