Lady Sayer

1280–
Birch, Essex, England

The Life of Lady

Lady Sayer was born in 1280, in Birch, Essex, England. She had at least 1 son with Thomas Sayre II.

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Family Time Line

Thomas Sayre II
1274–1304
Lady Sayer
1280–
William Sayre I
1300–1346

Spouse and Children

children

(1)

World Events (3)

1290 · Jews Expelled From England

Age 10

After years of anti-Semitic behavior, King Edward I expelled Jews from England in 1290.
1315 · Famine Strikes Europe

Age 35

A famine caused by cold winters and wet summers across Europe caused millions to die due to starvation. Desperation from hunger caused high levels of crime, stampedes in bread lines in London, infanticide, and even cannibalism throughout Europe.
1328 · First War of Scottish Independence

Age 48

The First War of Scottish Independence began after England invaded Scotland in 1296. The Treaty of Edinburgh was signed in 1328 which declared peace between the two kingdoms and brought the war to an end.

Name Meaning

Anglo-Saxon: Sæ, the sea, and ere, indicating an agent, meaning a navigator

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