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William Dugdale Correspondence

William Rode

Staffordshire gentleman


William Rode to William Dugdale, 1 February 1665

'Sir, If it may please you, I am very thankfull unto you for your civilities at Cheadle & your patience with me since. I have at last sent you what may be said for me.' He hopes Dugdale will allow his arms, in which case the bearer of the letter will no doubt pay the fee.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire