The certificate for Luce verch John of Abergele, Denbighshire, 16 September 1652

<Symbol: Seal of William Daniell>

I doe hereby Certifye that one Robert Williams borne In Abergelley in the County of Denbigh A Butcher by trade being engaged as A souldier in the Company of Captaine Francis Aldersey and in the Regiment vnder my Comand in the seruice of Scotland dyed in the Citty of Edenburgh of a feauer or other Naturall infirmityes Ine and about the begining of July 1651. And for further satisfaction to all Partyes Concerned I doe alsoe Certifye that I haue taken the Examinac[i]ons of Francis Foster & Nicholas Baylye souldiers in the same Company with him, and of Richard Ellis a souldier in Capt[ain] Kelks Company in my Regiment and they did testifye to mee vpon theire oaths that they saw the body of the said Robert Williams after hee was dead, they all being sicke att they same tyme and some of them q[ua]rtered in the same house with him. Wittnesse my hand & seale att St Johnstons in Scotland. 16th 7ber 1652.

William Daniell

To all whome these may Concerne.

Key Facts

Date of certificate

16 September 1652

Name of petitioner

Luce verch John Griffith

Type of petitioner

War Widow

Declared allegiance

Parliamentarian

Injuries sustained;
ailments experienced

Authority petitioned

  • Quarter Sessions
    Ruthin (Ruthin parish), Denbighshire

Outcome of petition

  • Unknown

Petition signature

Signature

Further information in this certificate

Events mentioned

  • There are no known events

Places mentioned

  • Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Perth, Scotland

People mentioned

Archive information

Location

National Library of Wales

Shelf mark

Chirk Castle MS B11/2/1