This William, whose surname may indicate kinship to the Sackett family, was another of the tenants (with William Saket) involved in the dispute of 1317 with the Abbot of St Augustine.2
Notes & Citations
- The "kyn" suffix in this surname probably indicated "son of", suggesting a possible relationship to Saket. No other records of Sakekyn have been found.
- David Oliver, Late Mediaeval Thanet and the Cinque Ports, published by the author (1997).
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