The petition of Peter Green, Nottinghamshire, 27 August 1646

To the Hon[oura]ble Com[m]ittee of Parliam[en]t resident in Nottingham the humble petic[i]on of Peter Green &c

Humbly sheweth

That whereas y[ou]r poor petic[i]oner was lately wounded in the belly by a shot from the Enemye whereof hee lay many weekes under the Chryrugeons hand to his great paine & charges (notwithstanding the Chyrugeon is yet unsatisfied for his great Care & wonderfull Curre) soe as hee is disabled to pay That, & many other debts which by reason of that Mis-hap he is engaged in etc.

Therefore He humbly entreateth that some course may bee taken for his reliefe in like manner as y[ou]r Hon[ou]rs have done formerly for some of the same Troup not more needful; & hee is bound to pray for y[ou]r Hon[ou]rs ever happinesse etc.

Mr Hough, Pay twenty shillings to the Pet[itione]r, in p[ar]te of his pay and this shal[l] be yo[u]r warrant. Given vnd[e]r o[u]r hands the 27th of August 1646.

Nicho[las] Charlton

Jo[hn] Mason

Rec[eive]d twenty shillinges of Mr Hough accordingly


Pet[e]r [mark] Greene

Key Facts

Date of petition

27 August 1646

Name of petitioner

Peter Green

Type of petitioner

Maimed Soldier

Declared allegiance


Injuries sustained;
ailments experienced

Authority petitioned

  • County Committee
    City and County of Nottingham

Outcome of petition

  • Successful
  • Gratuity 20s
    Pension No Pension
    Frequency No Pension

Petition signature


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Events mentioned

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Places mentioned

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People mentioned

Archive information


The National Archives

Shelf mark

SP 28/241/I, fol. 124