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Wode, Sir Thomaslocked

(d. 1502)
  • J. H. Baker


Wode, Sir Thomas (d. 1502), judge, was perhaps the most obscure chief justice of the Tudor period. Although some of the heralds placed his origins in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, and others have placed him in Cheshire and Suffolk, the armorial evidence shows all those families to have been different; the lawyer's distinctive arms, granted in the reign of ...

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J. Sainty, ed., , SeldS, suppl. ser. 10 (1993)
British Library, London
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
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J. H. Baker, ; SeldS, suppl. ser., 5 (1984)