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William Dugdale Correspondence

Thomas Talbot

Durham gentleman

Thomas Talbot to William Dugdale, 27 January 1667

Concerning the Talbot arms and their quarterings.

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Thomas Talbot to William Dugdale, London, 3 February 1667

Concerning the Talbot arms and quarterings.

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Thomas Talbot, Kepier to William Dugdale, London, 11 May 1667

Responding to letters from Dugdale of 12 November and 7 May, concerning an outstanding debt of 5. Promises to pay money in London to either Dugdale or Ashmole.

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Thomas Talbot, Brumpton Lodge to William Dugdale, London, 4 December 1667

Hoping that Dugdale has received the cost of his pedigree through Dugdale's son John and making arrangements for its delivery. Reminds him of two Yorkshire pedigrees prepared by Daniel King, in which he thinks King used 'forgery & falshood'.

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