Dugdale (spr. Döggdehl), William, geb. bei Coleshill in der Grafschaft Warwick, wurde 1638 königlicher Herold, begleitete Karl I. auf seinen Feldzügen, wurde von Karl II. nach Wiederherstellung des Königthums zum Wappenkönig u. 1677 zum ersten Herold des Ordens vom Hosenbande ernannt u. starb 1688 (od. 1685) auf seinem Landgute Blith u. schr.: The antiquities of Warwickshire, Lond. 1656, 2 Bde, 1730, Fol. u.ö.; History of St. Pauls cathedral in London, ebd. 1658, u. Aufl. 1814–18; Baronage of England, ebd. 1675 f., 2 Bde., Fol.; A short view of the troubles in England, 1638–69, Oxf. 1681; gab mit Roger Dodsworth das Monasticon Anglicanum, Lond 1635–73, 3 Bde., n.A. englisch, ebd. 1823–29, 6 Bde., heraus.

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