[suzconestable] (1343-50)

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[suzconestable] (1343-50)


[FEW: *2,941a comes; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  conestable (sosconestable); DMF:  sous-connétable; TLF: ; OED:  sub-constable n.; MED: ; DMLBS: 3231c subcontabularius]
southconestable,  southeconstable,  souzconestable  


1occupationdeputy or assistant to a constable (chief officer of a town or household)
( 1343-50; MS: 1343-50 ) Et le southeconstable chaoit as genoilles as piés le roy  84.5
( 1376 ) chief conestables des hundredes et southconestables des villes  ii 341
suzconestable d’Engleterre
1titlestatusmil.deputy or assistant to the Constable of England (one of the chief functionaries in the English royal household and supreme judge of military offences and of questions of chivalry)
( 1381 ) Come nostre tresamé frer Thomas [...], conestable d'Engleterre, nous ad commys son poair d’ordener et assignere en sa absence un tiel souzconestable d'Engleterre come nous meultz semblera  ii 344.1088
conestable  suz#1 
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