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Saye



Reference Name SAYE

The Saye archives comprise the title deeds, legal and administrative records of the Lincolnshire estates which came into the Saye and Sele family by marriage, and which were subsequently sold.

The records in this deposit relate to estates in other counties as well as Lincolnshire, since the administration of those estates was closely connected with the Lincolnshire property. As it is neither desirable nor practicable to split the collection up further, however, the non-Lincolnshire material has been left in situ.

N.B. New style dating has been used throughout.

Extent: 18 Boxes

Date: 1649-1909

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

Access Conditions: No restrictions

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