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Photocopy of The Economic History Review, vol. 21, no. 3, 1968, pp. 529 - 544.
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Raybould, T., 'The Development and Organization of Lord Dudley's Estates - ', "Economic History Review", 2nd series XXI (), p - Raybould, T., 'The Dudley Estate: Its Rise and Decline between and ' (Thesis, University of Kent, ) [Local Studies LD ]. Raybould, T. all our noble families are seen most strikingly if connected with the history of any place or building. • History of Dudley Castle and Priory, including a Genealogical Account of tho Families of Sutton and Ward. By Charles Twamley. Landon: John Russell Smith. Travellers between Birmingham and Wolverhampton look up with some degree of awe to the stately ruins of Dudley Castle, towering high . The Dudley Family. My gt, gt, gt grandmother is a Dudley. The research into the Dudley family is extensive and I have discovered Dudleys that the family spread out, they can be found in America, Canada, France, New Zealand and of course here in the UK. The history of the Dudley family; containing the genealogy of each branch in various countries, from their first settlement in America, and tracing the ancestry back to the Norman Conquest of England by Dudley, Dean,
The last information obtained respecting this castle is, that it belonged to the lord Ward, whose predecessor was created Viscount Dudley and Ward, of Dudley, by George Ap The above text was taken verbatum from Dean Dudley's, "The Dudley Genealogies and Family Records", published in Boston in by White and Potter, printers. Baron Dudley is a title in the Peerage of was created in circa for John Sutton, a soldier who served as Lord Lieutenant of title descended in the Sutton family until the 17th century when Frances Sutton, the heir apparent to the title, married Humble Ward, who, himself, was granted the title Baron Ward in The Black Country is an area of the English West Midlands, covering most of the Metropolitan Boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton. It became industrialised in the Industrial Revolution, with coal mines, coking, iron foundries, glass factories, brickworks and steel mills, producing a . Paged continuously: p. Addeddate Call number DGP Camera Canon 5D External-identifier.
John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland KG ( – 22 August ) was an English general, admiral, and politician, who led the government of the young King Edward VI from until , and unsuccessfully tried to install Lady Jane Grey on the English throne after the King's death. The son of Edmund Dudley, a minister of Henry VII executed by Henry VIII, John Dudley became the ward of Sir. Biography of John Dudley The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory, (Source: Google Books) Biography of Franklin Dudley (Source: New York State Historical Literature) Essex. Biography of Albert Hanley Dudley Record of Members of the Grand Army of the Republic. descended from John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland.2 John Dudley was executed in for his major role in establishing Lady Jane Grey as Queen of England. There is no evidence that Thomas Dudley claimed descent from the duke. After an extensive search of Sutton and Dudley records for his book. Contents. Dudley folks, all kin to me.; 13 Dudley ancestors (* in left margin.); Outline Descent Trees (7 families in 5 apparently unrelated family groups separated here by dashed lines.) =links to Annex. ( ) Francis Dudley, V:KPW, Immigrant [perhaps] [ - ] 3C