Dugdale, Sir William (16051686)

Dugdale, Sir William, antiquary, born in Warwickshire; was made Chester herald, accompanied Charles I. throughout the Civil War; his chief work was the “Monasticum Anglicanum,” which he executed conjointly with Roger Duckworth; wrote also on the antiquities of Warwickshire and heraldry; left 27 folio MSS. now in the Bodleian Library (16051686).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dufresny, Charles Rivière * Dugommier
Dudley, Edmund
Dudley, John
Duff, Alexander
Duff, James Grant
Dufferin, Marquis of
Duffy, Sir Charles Gavan
Dufour
Dufresne, Charles
Dufresny
Dufresny, Charles Rivière
Dugdale, Sir William
Dugommier
Duguay-Trouin, René
Du Guesclin, Bertrand
Duhesme
Duilius, Caius
Dulce Domum
Dulcinea del Tobosa
Dulia
Dulong
Duluth