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William Dugdale Correspondence

William Keene

Arms painter

William Keene to William Dugdale, London, 6 February 1669

'Worthy Sir, Since I was with you I meet with that Gentleman that spoke concerning of a Crest, And I find that his Coat is not allowed ... when I tould him what you said, he answered me soe like a clown that I shall forbeare to write what he said'. Has queries concerning other coats of arms for Wilbraham & Stonyer.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Cheshire & Lancashire