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William Dugdale Correspondence

John Huntbach

Dugdale's nephew

William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 12 September 1660

Concerning money received from the administrators of Sir Edward Sebright's will.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 29 September 1660

Confirming arrangements for a meeting at the assizes and inviting his nephew to Blyth Hall.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 10 October 1662

Asking for his help with the collection of the outstanding contributions to the free gift.

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 29 November 1662

Concerning the unpaid contributions to the free gift.

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William Dugdale, Heralds' Office to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 7 February 1663

Concerning family financial affairs.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 22 March 1663

Concerning Arley Hall.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 29 March 1663

Concerning Arley Hall and his visit to Staffordshire for the visitation.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 10 October 1663

Concerning the assessment of his land at Fillongley for the subsidy and asking him to see if his kinsman William Scott 'can resolve the question mentioned in this inclosed paper'.

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John Huntbach to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 26 October 1663

'Sir, On Saturday last I went to Cosford to inquire of my Cosen Scott what he could say concerning the contents of your Note, whose knowledg, as to the question is of noe contentment for he cannot certifie who was either Grandfather or Grandmother to that Edward Noell who married Grace Noell of Pelshall. But I did meete with one Hollingworth who married one of the Noels of Newport, who sayth that he hath heard that Edward Noells Grandfather of Stafford was brother to one of the Noells of Hillcroft, but for a truth he cannot certifie it, he hath promised mee to inquire father of an old man in Newport, concerning the buisness. Soe soone as I heare from him I shall certifie you more fully. He likewayes told me that Mr Noells mother of Hillcroft is yett living in Newport, & hath often tould him that one of the Noells about two or three generations since did intayle the estate of Hillcroft upon his Brother & the heyres males of his body & for want of such heires upon the heyres males of Noell of Newport & for want of such heires to some others which deed of intayles is in Mrs Noells hands of Newport as he reporteth she sayth: THus with mine & my wives service to yow presented with our love to the Rest of our Cosens I Rest your very Loving Kinsman

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 25 June 1664

Concerning family financial matters.

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 30 June 1664

Acknowledging receipt of letter of 15 June and the enclosed Staffordshire pedigrees. Discusses the coat of arms for his nephew's father-in-law.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 17 July 1664

Acknowledging the receipt of his letter of 16 July and describing his plans for the summer.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 2 September 1664

Concerning John's escape from 'this nasty disease of smallpox' and the tenants of his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 2 October 1664

Concerning the tenants of his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 7 October 1664

Concerning the tenants of his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 9 October 1664

Concerning the tenancy of his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 12 October 1664

Concerning the suggestion that he should lend William Hopkyns of Wednesbury 200 against security.

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William Dugdale to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 17 October 1664

Thanking John for his response about William Hopkins, who he will not lend the money to, and about his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 15 December 1664

Congratulating him on the birth of a son and concerning his father-in-law's pedigree.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 8 January 1665

Indicating he and his wife have decided not to lend money to Mr Alport.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 11 January 1665

Concerning who he will lend money to rather than Alport and his nephew's new tenant for his Coleshill house.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 20 January 1665

Concerning various matters, including his own departure for London and the tenancy of his nephew's house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 24 February 1665

Asking him to go to Blyth Hall before Dugdale left for the north, concerning the purchase of a house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 1 March 1665

Concerning the purchase of a house in Coleshill adjoining his property.

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John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs. to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, [2 March 1665]

Confirming his intention to come to Warwickshire to conclude the purchase of the new property.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 30 July 1665

Concerning the news concerning the plague in London and the success of his own case at the assizes.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 29 September 1665

Concerning his forthcoming visit to Oxford for the parliament and some financial matters.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 11 [October] 1665

Concerning the lending of money at interest.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 15 October 1665

Concerning financial matters.

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William Dugdale to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., [December 1665]

Concerning the lease for his property in Coleshill and asking him to copy the epitaph to Sir Richard Leveson at Wolverhampton.

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John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs. to William Dugdale, 23 December 1665

Enclosing the Leveson epitaph and concerning the lease for his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 10 February 1666

Responding to his nephew's letter and enlclosed copy of a patent of 24 January and concerning his nephew's tenants in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 21 February 1666

Asking his nephew to ensure some letters are delivered, since the post has proved unreliable. Congratulates him on the birth of a daughter and mentions his Coleshill tenants.

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William Dugdale, Heralds' Office to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 29 May 1666

Promising to advise him on a monumental inscription when he returns home. Sends him news of the Dutch war and the plague.

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 12 June 1666

Concerning the recent sea battle.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 20 July 1666

Suggesting his nephew visit him the next week to discuss his father-in-law's monument, after he has been to Sir Gervase Clifton's funeral and before he leaves for the north.

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William Dugdale, St Albans to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 23 October 1666

Asking him to forward an enclosed letter to his deputy Mr Keene at Newport.

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 6 November 1666

Confirming he has written to Richard Hall, concerning the making of a monument at Bushbury. Dismisses his nephew's fears of a papist plot.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 29 December 1666

Concerning the tenancy of his house in Coleshill and the latest news of the Scottish rebellion.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 10 February 1667

Concerning Hall's failure to contact him about the monument and the tenancy of his house in Coleshill.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs., 8 March 1667

Sending him the epitaph for his father-in-law and the latest news from London. Encloses letter to be delivered to his deputy Keene at Newport.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 23 March 1670

Enquiry about the eligibility of Mr James of Kynaston on behalf of 'one as would match a daughter to him'.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 21 February 1671

Confirming the arrival of a new maidservant recommended by Huntbach and describing a conversation with the Lord Keeper about the chancel at Wolverhampton, about which he suggests they should petition him.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 19 March 1671

Confirming that the new maidservant is satisfactory and that his wife is now seeking a dairymaid. Advises on how to approach the petition about the repairs to the chancel in Wolverhampton.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 22 March 1671

Telling him that his enquiries about 'the person you mention'd' suggest it would be wise to be wary of him and reiterating his wife's request for help in finding a new dairymaid.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 30 April 1671

Postponing a meeting between his nephew and his son and discussing the possible acquisition of property in Fillongley by his son. Describes his wife's ill-health.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, 17 May 1671

Various family matters, including his wife's health, the acquisition of some wethers to fatten and events in his daughter-in-law's family.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 3 July 1671

Concerning the employment of a husbandman and the repairs to the chancel at Wolverhampton.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 3 April 1672

Acknowledging receipt of news of the death of Sebright Huntbach and telling him that he had told Dugdale's wife (his sister) that he had made a will, which should be looked for. Tells his nephew he will soon be travelling north for the funeral of the former Bishop of Durham.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Fetherston, 29 October 1675

Asking for his help in buying some heifers at Wolverhampton market for his wife.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 17 November 1675

Asking John to make enquiries about a local schoolmistress.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, [February 1680]

Concerning the Dean of Windsor's suit over the chancel of Wolverhampton church.

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William Dugdale, Heralds' Office to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 20 June 1683

Concerning a potential clerk has found for him and the repairs to the chancel at Wolverhampton. The news from London includes an account of the Rye House Plot.

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William Dugdale, Heralds' Office to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 28 June 1683

Thanking him for a copy of an epitaph, more about the chancel at Wolverhampton and news about the aftermath of the Rye House Plot.

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William Dugdale, London to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 7 July 1683

Concerning the repairs to the chancel at Wolverhampton, the Leveson descent and the political fallout from the Rye House Plot.

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William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to John Huntbach, Wolverhampton, 6 February 1684

Concerning the young man proposed as a clerk and the bad weather, which has prevented travelling.

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