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William Dugdale Correspondence

Rowland Okeover

Staffordshire gentleman


Rowland Okeover to William Dugdale, 28 April 1664

'Sir, I have sent this bearer to waight uppon you. Not knowing indeed how I cold have been in anie degree satisfactorie to you myselfe being soe verrie eevel an accountant of my fammelie'. If his brother cannot satisfy Dugdale, he'll wait on him when he goes into Warwickshire, unless Dugdale could visit him.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire