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 Of Tissington Hall Derbyshire. ​ Of Tissington Hall Derbyshire. ​
  
-Colonel Sir John Fitzherberts Regiment of Foot+====Officer Lists==== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
 +  *Colonel Sir John Fitzherbert
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Simon Heveningham I.O. L + W
 +  *Sargeant Major ?
  
 +  *Captain John Cawsey I.O. Lancs.
 +  *Captain Leonard Hadfield (1)    ​
 +  *Captain Robert Moore I.O. Surrey
 +  *Captain Thomas Royston I.O. Notts. ​
  
 +  *Quartermaster John Lancaster I.O. Derby.
  
-Colonel ​                             Sir John Fitzherbert+=====Contemporary References===== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-Lieutenant Colonel ​        Simon Heveningham ​        I.O. L + W 
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-Sargeant Major        
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-Captain ​                             John Cawsey ​                     I.O. Lancs. 
-Captain ​                             Leonard Hadfield ​               (1)    ​ 
-Captain ​                             Robert Moore                      I.O. Surrey 
-Captain ​                             Thomas Royston ​               I.O. Notts. ​ 
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-Quartermaster ​               John Lancaster ​                   I.O. Derby. 
  
 (1) SP19.152.109  ​ (1) SP19.152.109  ​
  
-Articles preferred the 16th day of July 1651 by Richard Perry of London,Gent on the behalf of the Common wealth against Leonard Hadfield of Alveton in the County of Stafford gent for his delinquency.+Articles preferred the 16th day of July 1651 by Richard Perry of London, Gent on the behalf of the Common wealth against Leonard Hadfield of Alveton in the County of Stafford gent for his delinquency.
  
-1. The said Mr Hadfield being Bailiff of the Mannor of Alveton and of command there prohibited the tenants and inhabitants of and within the said Mannor to bee any way assistant to the Parliament,​useing many threatning speeches (if they did) what hee would doe against them and charginge them if they didst to bee in the least measure aiding or abetting to the Parliament forces or words to that effect in the yeares 1643,1644 and 1645.+1. The said Mr Hadfield being Bailiff of the Mannor of Alveton and of command there prohibited the tenants and inhabitants of and within the said Mannor to bee any way assistant to the Parliament, useing many threatning speeches (if they did) what hee would doe against them and charginge them if they didst to bee in the least measure aiding or abetting to the Parliament forces or words to that effect in the yeares 1643, 1644 and 1645.
  
-2. When the Parliament Officers came to his house,hee resisted and opposed them as enemys and raised armes against the Parliament in 1643,1644 and 1645.+2. When the Parliament Officers came to his house, hee resisted and opposed them as enemys and raised armes against the Parliament in 1643, 1644 and 1645.
  
-3. Hee took a Commission to bee a Captaine of a  Foote Company under Sir John Fitzherbert,​a Collonell under the late Kinge in the years 1643 and 1644.+3. Hee took a Commission to bee a Captaine of a  Foote Company under Sir John Fitzherbert,​ a Collonell under the late Kinge in the years 1643 and 1644.
  
-4. Hee listed and compelled divers to serve as souldyers under him in that army against the Parliament in the yeares 1643,1644 and 1645.+4. Hee listed and compelled divers to serve as souldyers under him in that army against the Parliament in the yeares 1643, 1644 and 1645.
  
-5. Hee threatened divers to plunder in the same yeares therein & to burne theis houses because they stood well affected to the Parliament,​and alsoe to hange those that would not take upp armes with him against the Parliament & upon that score hee did seize and kild one with a poleaxe for refuseing.+5. Hee threatened divers to plunder in the same yeares therein & to burne theis houses because they stood well affected to the Parliament, and alsoe to hange those that would not take upp armes with him against the Parliament & upon that score hee did seize and kild one with a poleaxe for refuseing.
  
 6. Hee joyned with Sir Richard Fleetwood a professed Papist delinquent & marched with him and his forces in the same yeares. 6. Hee joyned with Sir Richard Fleetwood a professed Papist delinquent & marched with him and his forces in the same yeares.
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