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Sir William Dugdale (1605–1686)

Dugdale, William, Sir. A celebrated English antiquarian; born at Shustoke, Warwickshire, Sept. 12, 1605; died there, Feb. 10, 1686. His monumental work is the ‘Monasticon Anglicanum’ (1655), reissued with additions 1817–30 and 1846; a mine of information on the history and biography of English cathedrals, and English history in general. Among his other works are: ‘The Antiquities of Warwickshire’ (1656); ‘Short View of the Late Troubles in England’ (1681).