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Staffordshire pedigrees based on the visitation of that county made by William Dugdale, esquire, Norroy king of arms in the years 1663-1664, from the original manuscript written by Gregory King (sucessively Rouge dragon and Lancaster herald) during the years 1680 to 1700. Ed. by Sir George J. Armytage, bart., and W. Harry Rylands.

Main Author: Dugdale, William, Sir, 1605-1686.
Related Names: Armytage, George John Sir, bart. 1842-1918, ed., Rylands, W. Harry 1847-1922, joint ed., King, Gregory 1648-1712.
Language(s): English
Published: London, 1912.
Subjects: Heraldry > England > Staffordshire.
Visitations, Heraldic > England > Staffordshire
Staffordshire (England) > Genealogy.
Physical Description: viii, 295 p., 20, [6] p. 28 cm.
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