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- n. Obsolete form of sergeant.
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Rauf Fereres and Markle, whiche was sithen a sergeaunt of armes.
Lancastre, and Roger Leche sergeaunt of armes; and Richard Lyons was beheded at the standard in Chepe; and Richard Somere was beheded at the Milende; and Legat of Holbourn was beheded at Goterlane ende in
‘The sergeaunt of thys office to make continually of every busshell, halfe chiete halfe rounde, besydes the flowre for the Kinges mouthe, xxvii loves, every one weying, after one daye olde, xxiii ounces of troye weyghtes.’ p. 69.] [Footnote 46: In Edward the Fourth’s Court, ‘Knyghts of Household,