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Thomas Whitbey

Staffordshire gentleman


Thomas Whitbey, Great Heywood to William Dugdale, 4 April 1663

'Sir, Had not the wetness of the Season prevented mee, I should have observed your summons, & paid my respects in waiting uppon you, to have given soe much satisfaction to you, about my armes & coate, as may & will warrant my beareing the same. But knoweing that your imployment will cause you being at London next terme, and alsoe being some occasions will drawe me thither then alsoe I shall there waite upon you, att your office. And in the meane time subscribe myselfe Sir your servant'.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Shropshire & Staffordshire