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A Catalogue of the lords, knights, and gentlemen (of the Catholick religion) that were slain in the late warr, in defence of their king and countrey as also, of those whose estates were sold by the Rump for that cause.
Wing C1383; ESTC R13230
A CATALOGUE OF The LORDS KNIGHTS and GENTLEMEN of the CATHOLICK RELIGION that were Slain in the late Warr in Defence of their KING and Countrey As also of those whose Estates were sold by the Rump for that Cause PSAL. III. In Memoria aeterna erit Justus ab auditione mala non timebit Lords THe Earle of Carnarvan slain at Newbury first battle Sir Henry Constable L. Viscount Dumbar at Scarborough sieg and two of his sons dangerously wounded Marquess Vieuville slain at Newbury first battle Knights Sir John Smith Banneret who rescued the Kings Standard from the enemy at Edg-hil slain at Alresford in Hampshire Sir Henry Gage Governor of Oxford at Cullom bridg neer Abingdon 11 Jan. 1644. Sir John Digby received his deaths-wound at Langport in Somersetshire Sir Peter Brown of Kiddington was wounded at Naisby died at Northampton Sir Nicholas Fortescu Knight of Malta slain in Lancashire Sir Troylus Turburvil Cap. Lieut of the Kings Life-guard slain upon ãâã âââesties marching from Ne â¦ ãâã Oxford ãâã ãâã âston wounded at Furnace ãâ¦ã âe died a lingering death ãâ¦ã âstate given to Mr. Pyms ãâ¦ã Sir Arthur Aston Governor of Reading slain at Tredaugh Sir Thomas Tildesley of Meirscow slain at Wiggan Sir Henry Slings by beheaded on Tower hill Major General William Webb so wounded at Newbury by case shot that he lives a dying life Colonels Col. Thomas Howard Son of the Lord William Howard slain at Peirs bridg in Yorkshire Col. Thomas Howard son of Sir Francis Howard at Atherton Moor the gaining which Battel was principally ascribed to his valor Col. Thomas Morgan of Weston in Warwick-shire slain at Newberry first Battel he raised a Regiment of house at his own Charge for the King and his Estate was given to Mr. Pyms son Col. Cuthbert Conniers at Malpass Col. Thomas Dalton of Thurnham in Lancashire mortally wounded at Newberry 2d. battel and died at Marlborough Col. Francis Hungate of Saxton in the County of York slain at Westchester Col. Poor Governor of Berkley Castle neer Lidney Col. William Ewre son to the late Lord Ewre slain at Marston Moor. Col. Raph Pudsey at Col. Cuthbert Clifton slain neer Manchester Col. Cassey Bental of Bental in Com. Salop slain at Stow in the wolds Col. Trollop slain at Wiggan Col. William Bains at Malpass Col. William Walton at Tredaugh Lieutenant Colonels Lieut. Col. Thomas Markham of Allerton in the County of Notingham slain neer Gainsborough in Lancashire Lieut. Col. Lancelot Holtby slain at Branceford Lieut Col. Haggerston at Preston in Lancashire Lieut. Col. Pauyer ar Lincoln Lieut. Col. Jordan Metham at Pontefract Castle Lieut. Col. John Godfrey at Tewksbury Lieut. Col. George Preston at Bradford Lieut. Col. William Houghton at Newbery Lieut. Col. Phillip Howard slain at Chester Battel Lieut. Col. Michael Constable of the Sepulchers neer Hull there also Lieut. Col. Sayr of Worsam in the County of York at Naisby Lieut. Col. Scot at Alesford Lieut. Col. Thomas Salvyn at Lieut. Col. Richard Brown at Serjeant Majors Maj. Cufaud slain at the taking of Bazing House in cold bloud Maj. Richard Harborn wounded at Malpass dy'd at Kendal Maj. Thomas Vavasor at Marston Moor. Major Panton wounded at Cover dy'd at Highmeadow Maj. Huddlesston at York Maj. Thomas Ewre at Neubery I. Maj. Laurence Clifton at Shelford House Maj. Thomas Heskith at Malpasse Maj. William Leak at Newbury I. Maj. Riveley wounded at Naisby dy'd prisoner at London Maj. Richard Sherburn at Maj. Holmby at Henley Captains Captain Marmaduke Constable standard bearer to the Lord Gen. Lindsey slain at edg-hill Cap. William Laborn and Cap. Matthew Anderton at Sheriff-hutton in Yorkshire Cap. Joseph Constable at Newberry first Battel Cap. Thurstan Anderton wounded at Newberry dy'd at Oxford Cap. Hâggerston eldest son of Sir Thomas in Lancashire Cap. Anth. Rigby at Bazing house Cap. Matthew Ratclif at Cap. Richard Bradford at Cap. Kenelm Digby eldest son of Sir Kenelm raised a Troop of horse at his own charge and was slain at St. Neotes Cap. Ratclif Houghton at Preston Cap. Robert Molineux of the Wood in Lancashire at Newberry I. Cap. Charles Thimelby at Worcester Cap. Robert Townsend at Edg-hill Cap. Matthew Ratclif neer Henley Cap. Richard Wolfole at Newberry Cap. Anthony Awd at Newark Cap. Thomas Cole at Newark Cap. Patison at wiggan Cap. Maximilian Nelson slain at Marston Moor. Cap. Francis Godfrey slain at Sherburn Cap. Thomas Meynel of Kilvington in Yorkshire slain at Pontefract Cap. John Clifton at Shelford house Cap. Abraham Lance at Rowton in Cheshire Cap. Robert Lance at Rowton in Cheshire Cap. Anthony Hamerton neer Manchester Cap. William Symcots Cap. Lieut. to the Lord Peircies Troop slain at Newberry I. Cap. Thomas Singleton of Stayning in the County of Lancaster at Newberry I. Cap. Francis Errington of Denton in Northumberland at Rotheram Cap. Michael Fitzakerly at Leverpool Cap. Gilbert Markham brother to Lieut. Col Markham at Naisby Cap. Francis Clifton at Newberry I. Cap. John Lance at Islip Cap. George Cassey slain by the Scots at Hereford Cap. Langdale slain at Creekhowel in Wales Cap. Carver in Monmouthshire Cap. John Lingen at Ledbury Cap. Samwayes at Newberry Cap. John Plumpton eldest son of Sr. Edward Plumpton of Plumpton slain at York Cap. Peter Forcer at Cap. Thomas Whittingham at Newberry Cap. Winkley at Leverpool Cap. Thomas Anderton at Cap. John Tempest at Cap. Richard Walmsley at Ormschurch Cap. John Swinglehurst at Marston Moor. Cap. John Butler at Marston Moor. Cap. George Holden at Uske Cap. Richard Latham at Litchfield Cap. Thomas Charnock at Cap. Thomas Hesketh at Brindle Cap John Knipe at Brindle Cap. Thomas Eccleston at Cap. John Hothersal at Grenoo Castle Cap. Nich. Anderton at Grenoo Castle Cap. Anthony Girlington at Lancaster Cap. Christopher Wray at Bradford Inferior Officers Lieut. William Butler at Newberry Lieut. Richard Osbalston at Leeds Lieut. George Hothersal at Leverpool Lieut. William Girlington at Lieut. John Kulcheth at Worral Lieut. William Singleton at Marston Lieut. Peter Boardman at Bradford Cornet William Culcheth at Newberry Cor. Deinâon at Cardiff Cor. Robert Lance in Cheshire Cor. Edward Walker at Burton Gentlemen Voluntiers Mr. Edward âalbot brother to the now Earle of âârewsbury slain at Marston Moor. Charles Townley of Townley in the County of Lancaster slain at Marston moor Mr. Charles Sherburn there also Mr. Nicholas Thimelby at Bristow Mr. Robert Bowles at Bazzing Mr. William Stoner at Bazzing Mr. Price of Washingley in Northhamptonshire slain at Lincoln in cold bloud Mr. Cuthbert Ratcliff slain at Newcastle by the Scots Mr. Thomas Latham of Mosborough at Newark Mr. Andrew Giffard at Hampton M. Lewis Blount at Manchester at Shelford house Mr. Cary and Mr. Gennyngs Mr. James Anderton in Wales Mr. Thomas Roper at Gootheridg Mr. Stephen Pudsey in Holderness Mr. Francis Pavier at Marston Mr. Boniface Kemp slain neer York in cold bloud Mr. Ildesons Hesket slain neer York in cold bloud Mr. Mich. Wharton at Scaborough Mr. Errington at Chester Thomas Westby Doctor of Physick slain at Preston Mr. Peter Davis at Denbigh Mr. Edward Davis at Chester Mr. Bret at Mr. Roger Wood at Chester Mr. Henry Lawson at Melton Mr. Thomas Craithorn the elder at Uphaven in Wiltes Three sons of Mr. Kirby of Rawclif Esquries at Preston John Witham William Selby John 15.13 Greater love then this no man hath then that one lay down his life for his friends The Names of such Catholicks whose Estates both Real and Personal were sold in persuance of an Act made by the Rump July 16. 1651. for their pretended Delinquency that is for adhering to their King The Marquess of Winchester who so valiantly defended Bazing House The Marquess of Worcester who has been at least 300000 l. loser by the War Francis Lord Cottington Lord John Somerset Sir John Winter who so stoutly defended Lidney house Sir Marmaduke Langdale a faithfull and indefatigable Commander Sir Thomas Tildesley himself slain and his Estate sold Sir Henry Slingsby beheaded at Tower hill and his Estate sold Sir Peircy Herbert now Lord Powys Sir Francis Howard Sir Henry Bedingfeild Sir Arthur Aston Governor of Reading Sir Thomas Haggerston Esquries Roger Bodenham Charles Townley Rowland Eyre Peter Pudsey John Giffard Other Catholicks whose Estatâs were sold by an aditional Act made August 4. 1652. Henry Lord Viscount Dumbar and his son Sir Walter Vavasour Sir Edward Ratcliff Esq Thomas Clifton Peter Giffard of Chillington Walter Fowler of St. Thâmas Thomas Brook of Madeley Fran. Biddulph of Biddulph Will. Middleton of Stocton Lancelot Errington Nicholas Errington Henry Errington John Jones of Dingestow John Weston Phillip Hungate Robert Dolman Gentlemen Richard Massey George Smyth Ralph Pudsey More Catholicks whose Estates were sold by another Act made November 18. 165â Henry Lord Arundel of Wardor who raised a Regiment of horse for the King and whose Lady-Mother so gallantly defended Wardor Castle against Sir Edward Hungerford Henry Lord Morley and Monteagle William Lord Ewre William Lord Powis Lord Charles Somerset Sir Walter Blount a long Prisoner in the Tower Sir Edward Widdrington who raised a Regiment of horse Sir Richard Tichburn Sir Charles Blount slain also by one of his own Captains Sir John Clavering his estate sold and he dyed Prisoner at London Sir John Thimelby Sir Philip Constable Sir Edward Plumpton Sir Nicholas Thornton who raised a Troop of horse at his own charge Sir Edward Charlton William Sheldon of Beoly in the County of Worcester Esquires Esquires William Gage of Bentley Thomas Clavering John Plumpton Robert Wigmore of Lucton Robert Cramblington William Sherburn John Constable Richard Latham William Bawd James Anderton of Birchley Thomas Singleton John Talbot Nicholas Fitzakersy John Peircy Tho. Acton of Burton Gentlemen c. with many more Ralph Rishton William Floyer Note that divers of these lost their lives as well as estates in the Service Mr. John Barlow of Pembrookshire his whole estate being at least 1500 l. per annum was given to Col. Horton and Cap. Nicholas without allowance of any fifths or other sustenance for his wife and many Children Psal 118.20 Feci judicium Justitiam non tradas me calumniantibus me