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Edward Persehouse

Staffordshire gentleman


Edward Persehouse, Woodhall to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 27 May 1663

Concerning the Persehouse descent. Asks for his pedigree to be drawn on vellum and delivered to the bearer Mr John Gibbons, who he will give order to pay the cost.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire

 

William Dugdale to Edward Persehouse, 2 July 1663

'Sir, Upon speech with Colonell Dudley concerning your descent he tells me, that you are a branch of the family of Persehouse of Reynolds Hall: I pray you therefore let me know how and when your ancestor came out of that House, and the matches since: so shall I do you right in registring thereof, and assigne you a proper distinction to beare in your Armes, to difference you from those of that family now at Reynolds Hall and Codshall. So I rest yours in what I am able'.

Addressed to his 'very good friend'.
Certificate from John Persehouse of Reinolds Hall appended, dated 15 Feb. 1663.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire

 

Edward Persehouse, Woodhall to William Dugdale, 17 October 1663

'I desire you'le be pleased to give order that both the pedegrees of Persehouse in County of Stafford, & alsoe of Deane als Wood of Woodhall near Codeshall in the County of Stafford may be drawen at Lardg' on vellum 'fully & perfectly in every parte & title' and delivered to the bearer John Gibbons, who has been ordered to pay what is necessary.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire