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royalist:foot-regiments:sir-beville-grenville [15/12/2019 12:16]
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royalist:foot-regiments:sir-beville-grenville [09/07/2020 13:55] (current)
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 (a) This was Sir Bevil Grenville, who was killed at the battle of Lansdowne (5th July, 1643), where the Cornishmen did excellent service. In the Grenville Library is a volume of Oxford verses (1643) to his memory by William Cartwright and others, noticed by Mr. Bolton Corney in Notes and Queries, vol. i. p. 151. Sir Richard Grenville was his younger brother. (b) The original warrant from Col. John Digby, dated 1st March, 1642-3, is among the family papers. (a) This was Sir Bevil Grenville, who was killed at the battle of Lansdowne (5th July, 1643), where the Cornishmen did excellent service. In the Grenville Library is a volume of Oxford verses (1643) to his memory by William Cartwright and others, noticed by Mr. Bolton Corney in Notes and Queries, vol. i. p. 151. Sir Richard Grenville was his younger brother. (b) The original warrant from Col. John Digby, dated 1st March, 1642-3, is among the family papers.
  
 +==Capt Hawke==
 (9) In his Will mentions his money due as an Indigent Officer (Captain) under Earl of Bath (John Grenville). ​ (9) In his Will mentions his money due as an Indigent Officer (Captain) under Earl of Bath (John Grenville). ​