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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SUTTON, Hamon (c.1392-1461/2), of Lincoln.

    array (Lindsey) Jan. 1436, (Kesteven) Sept. 1457, (Lindsey) Sept. 1458, Dec. 1459; oyer and terminer July 1437 (disorder at North Witham); gaol delivery, Lincoln Mar. 1439; to assign archers, Lincs. Dec. 1457; arrest robbers, Lincoln Nov. 1460. Ofifces Held Escheator,

    TILNEY, Sir Philip (d.1394), of Boston, Lincs.

    to Queen Philippa, began at this date, when the two men served together as trustees of the manor of North Witham. Two years later, Ravenser employed Tilney as one of his attorneys, and in May 1385 he chose the young

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