antecessor[ an-tuh-ses-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF antecessor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTECESSOR
But we may especially note the epithet by which the witches are said to have first appealed to the Devil—Antecessor.
No one of these five sokemen belonged to his antecessor Wigot; every one of them might sell his land.
We read a good deal of men who were sub-commended to the antecessor of Robert Malet.
He inherited therewith any disputes as to the extent of the lands of the antecessor or as to the nature of his tenure.
The grantee stepped exactly into the place of the antecessor; he inherited all his rights and all his burthens.
But the grantee often took possession of the whole of the land held by the antecessor, as if it were all alike his own.