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William Dugdale Correspondence

Cornelius Jackson

Derbyshire gentleman


Cornelius Jackson, Bubnill, Derbys. to William Dugdale, 20 February 1663

Enlosing evidence relating to his pedigree.

Dugdale's Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Visitation Papers, Harleian Society, 21

 

Cornelius Jackson, Bubnill, Derbys. to William Dugdale, Stafford, 16 March 1663

'Honoured Sir, I presumed to present a few lynes to you by the hands of your neighbour Mr Allsop of Slately concerning the business that I attended you about at Chesterfield'. He has heard from his friend Mr Hutchinson from London, that Dugdale was not satisfied and would leave it until he went to Staffordshire. He wants to know whether Dugdale got his letter and when he intends to sit at Uttoxeter. He asks for some instructions as to what is required.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire