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royalist:foot-regiments:sir-john-owen-oxford [24/09/2018 14:43]
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 Humbly sheweth that your petitioner was severall times a souldier in his late Majesties service King Charles the first in Ireland and England and at last he served as a souldier under the command of Captaine William Brynkir in England and since under his brother Captaine John Brynkir John Owen being Collonell of ye Regiment and at Nasebie was cruelly wounded in 2 places of his body vizt he was cutt on the left shoulder and struck with the locke of a pistoll on his right arme soe that your petitioner is not able to worke by reason of the woundes he hath in his body. Humbly sheweth that your petitioner was severall times a souldier in his late Majesties service King Charles the first in Ireland and England and at last he served as a souldier under the command of Captaine William Brynkir in England and since under his brother Captaine John Brynkir John Owen being Collonell of ye Regiment and at Nasebie was cruelly wounded in 2 places of his body vizt he was cutt on the left shoulder and struck with the locke of a pistoll on his right arme soe that your petitioner is not able to worke by reason of the woundes he hath in his body.
  
-===The humble petition of Hugh ap Edward of Llanhassoph in the County of Flint,an old distressed souldier=== +===The humble petition of Hugh ap Edward of Llanhassoph in the County of Flint, an old distressed souldier=== 
-Humbly sheweth that whereas your pet. hath served his late Majesty King Charles ye 1st in ye late warres for 4 yeares together under the command of Sir John Owen as a common souldier,​and hath been wounded and maimed in ye said service,his right shoulder being struck and dislocated by scaling ye Cittioe of Leicester,​and afterwards he was taken prisoner at Naseby and carried to Lambeth House where he was detained (with others) above halfe a yeare and from there out of the land.+Humbly sheweth that whereas your pet. hath served his late Majesty King Charles ye 1st in ye late warres for 4 yeares together under the command of Sir John Owen as a common souldier, and hath been wounded and maimed in ye said service, his right shoulder being struck and dislocated by scaling ye Cittioe of Leicester, and afterwards he was taken prisoner at Naseby and carried to Lambeth House where he was detained (with others) above halfe a yeare and from there out of the land.
 He was afterwards a sea souldier under ye command of Sir Edward Broughton. He was afterwards a sea souldier under ye command of Sir Edward Broughton.
  
 Chirke Mss. 133 Chirke Mss. 133
  
-=====Strength===== *April 1644: 111 at Reading+=====Strength===== ​ 
 +  ​*April 1644: 111 at Reading
   *April 1644: At Aldbourne Chase mustered ​ 3 Captains, 3 Lieutenants,​ 4 Ensigns, 4 Gentlemen, 8 Sergeants, 12 Corporals, 5 Drummers, 106 Soldiers ((British Library Harleian ms 986.))   *April 1644: At Aldbourne Chase mustered ​ 3 Captains, 3 Lieutenants,​ 4 Ensigns, 4 Gentlemen, 8 Sergeants, 12 Corporals, 5 Drummers, 106 Soldiers ((British Library Harleian ms 986.))
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====
 Owen's regiment are re-enacted by [[http://​www.englishcivilwar.com/​|Sir John Owen's Regiment of Foote]] of the Sealed Knot. Owen's regiment are re-enacted by [[http://​www.englishcivilwar.com/​|Sir John Owen's Regiment of Foote]] of the Sealed Knot.