The certificate for William Jude, Sussex, 4 October 1649

<To his honored freind Coll[onel] Morly Esq[uire] these pr[e]sent>


I am desired by this Bearer W[illia]m Jude to crave y[ou]r favour yt hee may have reliefe out of the mony raised in o[u]r County for maimed Souldiers, hee haveing ben in the Paliam[en]ts service almost eu[er] since ye warres began & haveing lost almost the vse of his right hand in these wars, Had I not ben hindred by illnes I had intended to have wayted on y[o]u & spoken for him, But hopeing That Mr Baker will doe that, I rest S[i]r

y[ou]r humble servant

Nat[haniel] Studley

<5th Octob[e]r 1649.>’

<Cosin Hay>

<you see Mr Studleys letter the bearer is the p[ers]on concerned pray further his request for y[ou]rs>

<Harbert Morley>


Mr Awcock you are to draw up a grant for a pension for this bearer William Jude for fortie shillings p[er] an[num] to be p[ai]d q[ar]rterly dated this 4th October 1649

<Anth[ony] Stapley>

<Henry Shelley>         <John Baker>

<William Hay>           <Peter [?Famder]>

<Thomas Springett>

Key Facts

Date of certificate

4 October 1649

Name of petitioner

William Jude

Type of petitioner

Maimed Soldier

Declared allegiance


Injuries sustained;
ailments experienced

Authority petitioned

  • Quarter Sessions
    Lewes, Sussex

Outcome of petition

  • Successful
  • Gratuity £0.0s.0d.
    Pension 40s
    Frequency Annual

Petition signature


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People mentioned

Archive information


East Sussex Record Office

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