[suzeschetur] (c.1292)

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[suzeschetur] (c.1292)

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[FEW: *3,262b *excadere; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  escheoir (suzeschetur); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  sub- prefix (sub-escheator); MED: ; DMLBS: 3235c subescaetor]
sotheschetour;  southeschaitour,  southeschetour,  soutzeschetour,  souzeschetur,  souzeschetour;  subeschetour,  susechetour,  suseschetour,  sutheschetour,  soutcheschetour,  suschestour  i 77 suthchetour  

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1occupationlawsub-escheator, deputy to the royal official responsible for enforcing the king's feudal incidents (such as wardship and marriage) and other royal rights
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 ) De nos eschetours soit ausi enquis, et de sutheschetours (var. suthchetours  (A) MS: s.xiv ), queles terres il eynt seysez en nostre meyn en cel counté  i 85.1
( 1293 ) yl fut susechetour en le cunté de Somercete  20-21 Ed I 193
( 1307-10 ) un Adam de Kereseye, southeschetour le roy en meisme le counté  277.23
( 1338-39 ) si le roi manda al eschetour de prendre enquest, mesqe le soutcheschetour le preigne, c’est assetz bon  12-13 Ed III 101
( 1343-50; MS: 1343-50 ) de eschetours et sutheschetours  88.16
eschetur  suz#1 
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