Geoffrey de Saye

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Arms of Geoffrey de Saye, as displayed at the sealing of Magna Charta

Geoffrey de Saye (1155–1230) was an English nobleman, and Magna Carta surety.

He held land at Edmonton[1] and Sawbridgeworth.[2][3] He had family claims to larger estates, but they had gone to the kinsman Geoffrey Fitz Peter, 1st Earl of Essex.

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Geoffrey was the son of Geoffrey de Saye, Lord of West Greenwich (1135–1214). Geoffrey de Saye, II, Lord of West Greenwich was born in 1155 in West Greenwich, Kent, England. He died 24 Aug 1230 in Gascoigne, Poitou, France. He married Alice de Chesney (1159-) Children were: William de Saye, V, (1205–1271), Governor of Rochester Castle in 1261, who married Sibyl Marshal (1213-)

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