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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MALLEY, John, of Worcester.

    obtained in 1390 a 34-year lease from Maiden Bradley priory of one third of the manors of Kidderminster, Oldington and Comberton, in Worcestershire. He had become a citizen of Worcester by September 1402, by which date he was probably already

    SLEGGE, Edward (by 1494-?1558), of Cambridge.

    the Duke of Northumberland on 22 July.[footnote]In February 1550 Slegge obtained a crown lease for 21 years of land at Comberton, Cambridgeshire, which involved him in further quarrels and lawsuits. Three years later he joined with another man to buy

    GREEN, Sir Henry (c.1347-1399), of Drayton, Northants.

    (Bedfordshire), and Woolstone, Wavendon and Emberton (Buckinghamshire). In addition, Sir Henry had purchased a reversionary interest in the manors of Comberton (Cambridgeshire) and White Roding (Essex), which he also settled on this younger son. (The reversion was destined to come

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