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 From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642 From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-===Talbot taken?=== 
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-E.309.22 The Kindomes weekly Post 
-17th November 1645 
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-We also understand that Sir Gilbert Talbot Governor lately of Tiverton, and his Major among divers others were taken prisoners as they were making merry at a Gentlemans house in the West, they were taken prisoner by 3 Troopes of the Parliament forces. 
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-E.311.17 The Kingdomes scout 2-9.12.1645 
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-'...we had a renegado Major of theirs taken at Tiverton, Major Sadler was lately tryed by a Councell of Warre at the Generalls Quarters, and justly condemned for his treachery, and shot to death by four musketiers, the first shot him in the belly, the second at his very heart, and so he fell; a just reward for such false villains.'​ 
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-However E.311.20 The moderate intelligencer 4-11.12.1645 states he was shot by the Royalists 
-'One Major Sadler, who was by our Forces taken in Tiverton, and condemned by a Councel of War for revolting from the Parliament, having made an escape from Taunton to Exeter, was there shot to death, Friday the 18th past, for corresponding with us in some consultations about the delivery of Tiverton.' ​ 
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-It is possible that Major Sadler was formerly a Captain in Edward Ludlows Regiment of Horse 
  
 ===Sir Gilbert Talbot'​s papers=== ===Sir Gilbert Talbot'​s papers===
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 Signed. Seal. [N. IV., 131.]  Signed. Seal. [N. IV., 131.] 
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 +===Talbot taken?===
 +
 +E.309.22 The Kindomes weekly Post
 +17th November 1645
 +
 +We also understand that Sir Gilbert Talbot Governor lately of Tiverton, and his Major among divers others were taken prisoners as they were making merry at a Gentlemans house in the West, they were taken prisoner by 3 Troopes of the Parliament forces.
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 +===Major Sadler===
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 +E.311.17 The Kingdomes scout 2-9.12.1645
 +
 +'...we had a renegado Major of theirs taken at Tiverton, Major Sadler was lately tryed by a Councell of Warre at the Generalls Quarters, and justly condemned for his treachery, and shot to death by four musketiers, the first shot him in the belly, the second at his very heart, and so he fell; a just reward for such false villains.'​
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 +However E.311.20 The moderate intelligencer 4-11.12.1645 states he was shot by the Royalists
 +'One Major Sadler, who was by our Forces taken in Tiverton, and condemned by a Councel of War for revolting from the Parliament, having made an escape from Taunton to Exeter, was there shot to death, Friday the 18th past, for corresponding with us in some consultations about the delivery of Tiverton.' ​
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 +It is possible that Major Sadler was formerly a Captain in Edward Ludlows Regiment of Horse
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