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John Dugdale

Dugdale's son, appointed his deputy as Garter in 1684.

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 28 October 1684

Concerning his appointment as Dugdale's deputy and other matters to do with the College of Arms. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 438-40; Merevale, HT4/9/1

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 16 December 1684

Concerning various personal and family matters, and matters to do with the College of Arms, where most are happy with his appointment as deputy to Dugdale, and the Sheldon bequest. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 441-2; Merevale, HT4/9/2

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 19 December 1684

Concerning his meeting with the Earl of Clarendon to thank him for his help with his deputation. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 442-3; Merevale, HT4/9/3

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 20 December 1684

Covering letter for an enquiry from Lord Hatton, concerning various matters to do with the College of Arms.

Merevale, HT4/9/4

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 25 December 1684

Concerning Ned Bennett, who had claimed that he would marry John's daughter Mary and various matters to do with the College of Arms.

Merevale, HT4/9/5

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 3 January 1685

Responding to a letter from Dugdale of 27 December, describing his progress with the errands therein. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 444-5; Merevale, HT4/9/6

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 13 January 1685

Concerning various heraldic and family matters. Expresses a wish that he could be sure of succeeding Dugdale as Garter. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 446; Merevale, HT4/9/7

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 15 January 1685

Concerning Ball's continuing wish to purchase the office of a king at arms and other heraldic matters. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 447; Merevale, HT4/9/8

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 17 January 1685

Concerning the preparing of grants and the danger of allowing the St George brothers to usrup Dugdale's authority.

Merevale, HT4/9/9

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 27 January 1685

Responding to a letter from Dugdale of 24 January, dealing with heraldic and family matters. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 447-8; Merevale, HT4/9/10

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 3 February 1685

Sending news of the king's illness and apparent recovery, along with general business and personal matters. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 448-9; Merevale, HT4/9/11

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 10 February 1685

Concerning the accession of James II and Dugdale's intention of quitting his office, among other personal and business matters. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 449-51; Merevale, HT4/9/12

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 20 February 1685

Concerning the herald's business necessitated by the accession.

Merevale, HT4/9/13

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 10 October 1685

Concerning his daughter's health and other personal matters.

Merevale, HT4/9/14

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 24 October 1685

Concerning the appointment of the Earl of Mulgrave as Lord Chamberlain and other news from London.

Merevale, HT4/9/15

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 27 October 1685

Concerning various heraldic matters, including attempts to get the their wages paid, and other news from London. In Dugdale’s hand: I received 10s wch Mr Holbeche borrowed of my son.

Merevale, HT4/9/16

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 29 October 1685

Concerning various matters, including a possible husband for his daughter Mary and the irresponsible behaviour of his nephew William White.

Merevale, HT4/9/17

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 3 November 1685

Concerning various professional and personal matters.

Merevale, HT4/9/18

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 10 November 1685

Concerning various personal and professional matters, including the mixup that occurred over the Duke of Grafton's presentation to the Lords. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 463-4; Merevale, HT4/9/19

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 17 November 1685

Concerning various matters to do with the College of Arms. Endorsed at top by WD ‘Gilly flower seedes’

Merevale, HT4/9/20

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 19 November 1685

Concerning the business of the College of Arms.

Merevale, HT4/9/21

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 24 November 1685

Concerning various matters to do with the College of Arms.

Merevale, HT4/9/22

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 28 November 1685

Concerning various matters to do with the College of Arms and sending the latest news from London.

Merevale, HT4/9/23

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 3 December 1685

Concerning various professional and personal matters.

Merevale, HT4/9/24

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 5 December 1685

Concerning the bookseller Robert Clavell's dissatisfaction with the slow sales of Dugdale's Summons to Parliament.

Hamper, 464-5

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 10 December 1685

Concerning various professional and personal matters, including a possible marriage of his daughter Mary to Anthony Townshend.

Merevale, HT4/9/25

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 19 December 1685

Concerning various personal and professional matters, including his dispute with the St George brothers and his daughter's proposed marriage.

Merevale, HT4/9/26

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 29 December 1685

Various matters, including disputes over rights and his daughter's marriage.

Merevale, HT4/9/27

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 5 January 1686

Concerning the arrangements for his daughter's marriage settlement and other matters.

Merevale, HT4/9/28

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 12 January 1686

Concerning his dispute with the St George brothers over his right to deputise for Dugdale and his daughter's marriage settlement. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 466-7; Merevale, HT4/9/29

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 15 January 1686

Concerning his daughter's marriage settlement and the trial of Lord Delamer. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 467; Merevale, HT4/9/30

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 19 January 1686

Concerning various matters, including his own discouragement and willingness to leave the College of Arms if it would not disadvantage Dugdale. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 468-9; Merevale, HT4/9/31

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 23 January 1686

Concerning various personal and professional matters, including the proposed visit of the intended bridegroom to Blyth Hall. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 469-70; Merevale, HT4/9/32

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 26 January 1686

Concerning Dugdale's salary, the dispute between the Earl Marshal and Lord Chamberlain and other matters.

Merevale, HT4/9/33

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 30 January 1686

Concerning various matters, predominantly disputes within and concerning the College of Arms. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 470-2; Merevale, HT4/9/34

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 2 February 1686

Sending queries for Dugdale to resolve on behalf of Mr Haux, a Warwickshire clergyman and updating Dugdale on various matters to do with the College of Arms.

Merevale, HT4/9/35

 

John Dugdale, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 6 February 1686

Concerning various heraldic matters and the progress of his daughter's marriage settlement.

Merevale, HT4/9/36

 

John Dugdale to William Dugdale, 11 February 1686

Responding to news of Dugdale's illness, as a result of which he has sent his son to Warwickshire post haste. Incomplete in Hamper

Hamper, 472-4; Merevale, HT4/9/37