To the right wor[shipfu]ll the Justices of the peace of the s[ai]d County now sitting in open quarter Sessions.
The humble petic[i]on of Robert Price of Wrexham
That yo[u]r petic[i]oner in the tyme of Queen Elizabeth was a souldier in the regiment of S[i]r Richard Trevor in Ireland where he endured much hardship And did also vnder the comand of S[i]r Ralph Hopton in England faithfully serve his late Ma[jest]ie of ever blessed memory where he was very dangerously wounded by reason whereof and of his great age he is altogether vnable to worke for his living But is and hath been for a long tyme mantayned by and vpon the benevolence of well disposed people
The pr[e]misses considered & for that yo[u]r petic[i]oner at pr[e]sent is become very poore and for the future is in the way invitably to p[er]ish May it please yo[u]r lordships to order yo[u]r petic[i]on[e]r a penc[i]on towards his reliefe in his ould age
And he as in duty bound shall pray &c.
I am informed and doe beleeve the substance of this peticon to be true. Hum[phrey] Lloyd
<4 O[cto]b[e]r 1664>
<Ordered that the petic[i]on[er] be allowed hereafter of v s. quarterly>
4th October 1664.
Ordered by the Cort that the petic[i]on[er] in this petic[i]on menc[i]oned be allowed quarterly the sume of five shillings quarterly as a [illegible] pention[er] of the maymed souldiers mize