Letters – Michael Blackett to William Place – 21 Jan 1682

Document Type: Letters
Date: 21 Jan 1682
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: William Place
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Couzin Place									Do 

Yors of the 15th Instant have recd and accordinglye have rcd the £5 of Bro Davinson If the money wanted 6d I shall give you itt all meeting my service to my Nante wth the same to yorselfe I remaines

One of Michael Blackett’s wife’s Barnes family aunts married into the Place family, of Hurworth and Dinsdale, close to Darlington on the River Tees, and a William Place is mentioned in Thomas Barnes’ will of 1642, and possibily the addressee of this letter

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