Thomas Saketh

(late 1200s-after 1335)
Thomas Saketh, of Thanet, Kent, was born presumably in the late 1200s.
     He was listed in the 1334/35 Lay Subsidy Roll of the Hundred of Ringslow when he was assessed for tax of 4s 4d.1,2

 Notes & Citations

  1. H A Hanley and C W Chalklin, editors, Kent Lay Subsidy of 1334/5 (Kent Archaeological Society), Kent,Taxation of the fifteenth and tenth, granted to the Lord King in the said county in the 8th year of his reign, by the Abbott of St Augustine, Canterbury, & Sir Thomas Bacoun. Lathe of St Augustine, Hundred of Ryngeslow: "Thos Saketh, 4s 4d; Rd. Saket' ['indicating a contraction] 4s 2¼d."
  2. The name Saketh is otherwise unknown and may have been an error in transcription.
Last Edited11 Mar 2019

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