The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
John Cade
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The events of the seditious movement of which John Cade was the ostensible head are well known - how he encamped on Blackheath with his Kentish army - how he defeated the royal forces at Sevenoaks - how he beheaded the Lord Say and Sele in Cheapside, and proclaimed himself master of London - and how he was finally routed by the King's forces and put to death by Alexander Iden.


See also The Worthies of Sussex by M.A. Lower published in 1865 and
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c 1420
Born
 

No ancestor's report
No descendent's report
Cade individual records

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