The certificate for Foulke Parry of Llandyrnog, Denbighshire, c. 1662 to 1667

These are to ce[r]tifie whom it doeth or may Concerne

Whereas the Bearer hereof Foulke Parry of Llandyrnocke being A maymed souldier, And hath beene at service vnder the Comaund & in the Regiment of Syr John Owens vnder & in the Companie of Maior Richard Jones for ce[r]tayne [?time] And moreover hee hath beene & served Thorough all the seages att Chester vnder Collonell Wynne In the Company of Joh Captayne John Lloyd of Plase=Engion, wherin hee suffered Hunger & want & lost his health thereby, And hath two or three scares vpon his bodie to be seene. Therefore that it may please yo[u]r wor[shi]pps to graunt him to be A penc[i]oner as others are of the same nature, hee is A fitt obiect of the same; All this wee know & certifie to be true whose names are herein subscribed, hopeing y[ou]r wo[rshi]pps grante & furtherance therein.

Wittnesse o[u]r Hands Yo[u]r frinds & servants

Jon. Ashpool

John Powell

John Myddelton

Dauid Lloyd

Elis Davis

Rob[er]t Thomas

Simon Thomas

Piers Powell

Jo: Hughes

Ambroes Hughes

Henry Davies

Tho[mas] Rob[er]ts

Ro: Roberts

Henn[ry] Powell

Key Facts

Date of certificate

1662 — 1667

Name of petitioner

Foulke Parry

Type of petitioner

Maimed Soldier

Declared allegiance


Injuries sustained;
ailments experienced

Authority petitioned

  • Quarter Sessions
    Denbigh (Denbigh Parish), Denbighshire

Outcome of petition

  • Unknown

Petition signature


Further information in this certificate

Events mentioned

  • Siege of Chester, February 1645 to January 1646
    Siege of Colchester, 13 June to 27 August 1648

Places mentioned

  • There are no known places

People mentioned

Archive information


National Library of Wales

Shelf mark

Chirk Castle MS B86/122