The Visitations of Hertfordshire: Made by Robert Cooke, Esq.,Clarencieux, in 1572, and Sir Richard St. George, Kt., Clarencieux, in 1634 with Hertfordshire Pedigrees from Harleian Mss. 6147 and 1546. Ed. by Walter C. Metcalfe (Google eBook)
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