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1660

11 letters

From:Thomas Smith, Lichfield
To:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
Date:1660
Summary:Requests Dugdale's help with records concerning local almswomen.
Comment:Refers to Ashmole as his 'cozen'.
Reference:Bodleian, MS Ashmole 1521, 111

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:John Fetherston, Packwood, Warws.
Date:23 January 1660
Summary:Concerning the appointment of a new master for Sutton school.
Comment:
Reference:Warwickshire Record Office, Z 65/6

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:Sir Edward Walker, Antwerp
Date:18 February 1660
Summary:Concerning the pedigree of the Cavendish family.
Comment:
Reference:Gentleman's Magazine, June 1838, 591-2

From:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
To:John Langley, Trentham, near Stone, Staffs.
Date:7 August 1660
Summary:Sends him the latest news from London and mentions the bankruptcy of his own son-in-law.
Comment:
Reference:Staffordshire Record Office, D868/5, 13
HMC, Appendix to Fifth Report, 175-8

From:William Dugdale, London
To:John Langley, Trentham, near Stone, Staffs.
Date:25 August 1660
Summary:Sends latest news from London and congratulates Lady Leveson on her mother being declared a duchess.
Comment:
Reference:Staffordshire Record Office, D868/5, 14
HMC, Appendix to Fifth Report, 175-8

From:William Dugdale, London
To:John Langley, Trentham, near Stone, Staffs.
Date:30 August 1660
Summary:Concerning the confirmation of Lady Alice Dudley as a duchess and with news of events in parliament.
Comment:
Reference:Staffordshire Record Office, D868/5, 15
HMC, Appendix to Fifth Report, 175-8

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs.
Date:12 September 1660
Summary:Concerning money received from the administrators of Sir Edward Sebright's will.
Comment:
Reference:Huntbach, private collection

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:John Huntbach, Seawall, Staffs.
Date:29 September 1660
Summary:Confirming arrangements for a meeting at the assizes and inviting his nephew to Blyth Hall.
Comment:
Reference:Huntbach, private collection

From:Thomas Browne
To:William Dugdale
Date:October 1660
Summary:Concerning a fishbone found at Conington and preserved by Sir Robert Cotton.
Comment:
Reference:G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 353-6

From:Thomas Browne, Norwich
To:William Dugdale, London
Date:17 November 1660
Summary:Continuing antiquarian correspondence.
Comment:
Reference:G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 356-7

From:John Perkins
To:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
Date:24 December 1660
Summary:Giving assurance of his loyalty to the king and confirming that he has started to use the Book of Common Prayer.
Comment:Perkins was seeking confirmation as minister at Shustoke.
Reference:Merevale, HT6