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William Dugdale Correspondence

Francis Gregge

Clement's Inn lawyer with Derbyshire connections

Francis Gregge, Clements Inn to William Dugdale, 7 October 1663

He has been asked by Robert Dale & William Brereton to call for Dugdale's transcriptions of their descents taken in Derbyshire & to pay for them. 'I have a Clyent that I have perswaded to purchase the coate of a gent. Pray lett me know what is the least you take. I presume if the chardge bee not too greate I shall bringe you more Clyents'.

Dugdale's Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Visitation Papers, Harleian Society, 34

 

Francis Gregge, Clements Inn to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 20 October 1663

Concerning the descent of George Savile of Bakewell; asks that the record of the previous visitation be checked. Endorsed by W.D. 'Nothing in it' [previous visitation].

Dugdale's Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Visitation Papers, Harleian Society, 35

 

Francis Gregge, London to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, [November 1663]

Directs Dugdale to the 1634 visitation of Leicestershire for the pedigree of his 'brother' Savile.

Dugdale's Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Visitation Papers, Harleian Society, 37