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The petition of Thomas Petchy of Blackmore, Essex, Epiphany 1678

...whereas your poor petitioner has in times past been employed in his Majesty’s service at the Siege of Colchester, enduring all the siege, under the command of Major Smith, ...

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The petition of John Doyt, Sussex, 17 to 18 January 1656

...petitioner, being formerly a soldier in the regiment and company of Colonel Morely, did at the siege of Basing House receive several wounds, much to the prejudice of my labour as will app...

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The first certificate for Rowland Prytherch of Wrexham, Denbighshire, 10 July 1660

...mon soldier under the command of Captain Robinson in Colonel Salisburie’s Regiment until the siege of Reading, where he was shot with a cannon bullet in defence thereof, whereby he has ...

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The petition of Henry Smyth of Yorkshire, 23 November 1648

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The petition of John Lloyd of Denbigh, Denbighshire, 14 January 1652

...in the garrison of Gloucester, in the service of the parliament both before, at, and after the siege there....

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The petition of William Reynolds of Hereford (St Martin’s Parish), Herefordshire, 1667

Petition

The petition of John Tompson of Skipton, West Riding of Yorkshire, July 1671

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The petition of John Edwards of Ruthin, Denbighshire, 8 January 1650

Petition

The petition of Richard Glascock of Chelmsford, Essex, 1647

Petition

The petition of John Slonas of Stokesley, North Riding of Yorkshire, 1685

...arles the First of happy memory, and was also a Corporal in the troop of Captain Beilby at the siege of Hull....