The Tudor Society
  • March 14 – A mumbling judge causes problems

    On this day in Tudor history, 14th March 1540, Sir John Port died at Bewdley. Unfortunately, he’s not remembered for his intelligence, his work or even his legal notes, which were published in the 20th century. No, he’s remembered for mumbling in a case and changing the outcome! Oh dear!

    I explain what happened and share more information on this man.

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