The Staffordshire Heraldic Visitations: Their Nature and Function

@article{Verasanso2001TheSH,
  title={The Staffordshire Heraldic Visitations: Their Nature and Function},
  author={Janet Verasanso},
  journal={Midland History},
  year={2001},
  volume={26},
  pages={128 - 143}
}
  • Janet Verasanso
  • Published 2001
  • History
  • Midland History
  • 1 Citations

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    1780), I, 89. 'the gentry avoided mixing with the vulgar'. Both Dugdale and St George were from minor gentry families
      Court of Chivalry Case Reports
      • Camden to Garter Segar and
      Dugdale found that people were 'usurping what dothe justly belong to others, especially if their name doth sound any thing like that of a Gentleman
      • The Unromantic Castle and other essays
      Dugdale's Notts and Derbys Vis. Papers
        Dugdale's Salop and Staffs. Vis. Papers. 'Directions left with Mr John Keene, my deputy in Cheshire and the County of Salop
          Dugdale's Salop and Staffs. Vis. Papers. Sir Peter Leicester to Dugdale
            Forty-five individuals announced they would either send or come to London. C.A., Dugdale's Salop and Staffs
              Gregory King may have been the first to use the Hearth Tax records when he deputized for Clarenceux in
                Gregory King's Staffordshire Note Book
                • Original in the William Salt Library
                • 1919
                Inhabitants of Lichfield, attributed to Gregory King
                • Original in B.L., Harl. MS