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-In February 1645 Lt Col Urian Leigh, presumably captured late in 1644, was exchanged for his nephew Alexander Rigby junior (son of MP Alexander Rigby) who was a prisoner in Lancashire.((JHC,​ 4, 1644-1646, p.63)) Urian had rejoined Thelwall'​s regiment at Faringdon by late April 1645, when he was captured again at nearby Bampton-in-the-Bush on the 27th, along with 220 other men including nephews Major Henry Leigh and Captain Charles Leigh, and Ensign Edward Davenport (all also from Thelwall'​s regiment).((Perfect Occurrences of Parliament, The 19th Week (1645) )) Urian was quickly exchanged, along with Colonel Lisle'​s lieutenant colonel, but Henry, Charles and the other captured men were kept at Abingdon, and after Naseby sent as prisoners to London.((The True Informer, Numb. 9 (1645), pp.59-60)) The youngest Leigh brother, Captain Peter, later stated that he was captured at Naseby.((CCC,​ vol. II, p.893))+In February 1645 Lt Col Urian Leigh, presumably captured late in 1644, was exchanged for his nephew Alexander Rigby junior (son of MP Alexander Rigby) who was a prisoner in Lancashire.((JHC,​ 4, 1644-1646, p.63)) Urian had rejoined Thelwall'​s regiment at Faringdon by late April 1645, when he was captured again at nearby Bampton-in-the-Bush on the 27th, along with 220 other men including nephews Major Henry Leigh and Captain Charles Leigh, and Ensign Edward Davenport (all three also from Thelwall'​s regiment).((Perfect Occurrences of Parliament, The 19th Week (1645) )) Urian was quickly exchanged, along with Colonel Lisle'​s lieutenant colonel, but Henry, Charles and the other captured men were kept at Abingdon, and after Naseby sent as prisoners to London.((The True Informer, Numb. 9 (1645), pp.59-60)) The youngest Leigh brother, Captain Peter, later stated that he was captured at Naseby.((CCC,​ vol. II, p.893))
  
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