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

To the Right wo[rshi]ppfull The Justices of the peace for the Countie of Denbigh now sittinge att Denbigh.

The humble petic[i]on of Foulke Parry of Llandyrnocke yeoman

Humbly sheweth

Vnto your wo[rshi]pps. That hee hath beene A souldier att service in seu[er]all places in the late warrs with his late ma[jes]tie Kinge Charles the first, in the Regiment of Syr John Owens in the Companie of Maior Richard Jones And likewise Afterward hath beene in Chester all A longe the seege there, in the Regiment of Collonell Wynne in the Company of Captayne John Lloyd of Place=Engion, wherin hee suffered Hunger & want. And Receved wounds that the scarrs if to be seene. And Lost his health thereby. And prayeth therefore Humbly prayeth That yo[u]r wo[rshi]pps may please to graunt him to be A penc[i]oner as others are of the same nature.

And hee will ever pray.

All which, wee know to be true whose names are subscribed in the [illegible] certificate herewith Annexed.

Key Facts

Date of petition

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 petition

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 B86/123