The petition of Hugh ap Evan of Llangernyw, Denbighshire, 3 October 1682

To the right wo[rshi]ppfull the Justices of the peace for the s[ai]d County of Denbigh.

The humble petic[i]on of Hugh ap Evan of Llangernew in the County of Denbigh, yeom[an]

Humbly sheweth

That yo[u]r petic[i]oner faithfully served his late ma[jes]ty kyng Charles the first of eu[er] blessed memory in the late vnhappy warrs of England vnder the Com[m]and of Col[one]l William Wynne, And yo[u]r petic[i]on[e]r faithfully discharg[e]d his trust & never deserted his s[ai]d Ma[jes]tys late service as by a certificate now filed in this Cort may more att large appe[ar]. And Whereby it in it is certified that he rec[eive]d seu[er]all wounds whereby he is made vncapable to earn his livelihood being now neer seaventy yeares old

The pr[e]misses considered May it therefore please yo[u]r wo[rshi]pps to readmitt yo[u]r petic[i]oner to be listed one of the maimed Soldiers & to receave his former penc[i]on being xx s. p[er] ann[um] and yo[u]r petic[i]oner as in Duty bound shall eu[er] pray

Key Facts

Date of petition

3 October 1682

Name of petitioner

Hugh ap Evan

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


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People mentioned

Archive information


National Library of Wales

Shelf mark

Chirk Castle MS B38d/5