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 Lord Hopton'​s relation of the proceedings in the West state that in January 1645/46 the Cornish Trained Bands had dwindled away and there were only 150 men between Sir Chichester Wrey, Colonel Richard Arundel and Colonel Jonathan Trelawney. Carte a collection of Original letters Lord Hopton'​s relation of the proceedings in the West state that in January 1645/46 the Cornish Trained Bands had dwindled away and there were only 150 men between Sir Chichester Wrey, Colonel Richard Arundel and Colonel Jonathan Trelawney. Carte a collection of Original letters
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 +==Petition of Anthony==
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 +The humble petition of John Anthony of Staverton in the County aforesaid Taylor Sheweth that your served under Sir Peter Courtnay in Sir Bevil Grenvilles regiment until Stratton where he was shot in the knee. When the regiment marched to Bristol he and other wounded were left behind. He then served as a Corporal to Col. William Arundel until his death whereafter he served as Ensign to Colonel Bullen Reymes until Taunton fight. After that he served as corporal of horse under Captain Peter Bound under whom he was captured at Kingswear Fort with Sir Henry Carey. Many Officers signed his Petition.CHECK
  
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