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William Dugdale Correspondence

John Jackson

Derbyshire gentleman

John Jackson, Bubnill, Derbys. to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 20 January 1664

Replying to Dugdale's letter of 20 December, indicating he believed proof of the family's right to arms had been shown to Dugdale or Ashmole by a Chancery lawyer, but if they are not satisfied he will not use them until they are. He is 'very indifferente as to such things beinge gent: by my profession'.

Dugdale's Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Visitation Papers, Harleian Society, 51

 

John Jackson, Bubnill, Derbys. to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 1 February 1664

Copy of letter sent 20th January with postscript explaining first was sent via Mr Hutchinson & this is delivered by his son.

Dugdale's Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Visitation Papers, Harleian Society, 57