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   *Captain Poulsen   *Captain Poulsen
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 +Sir Nicholas Slannings regiment of Foot 
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 +Colonel ​                        Sir Nicholas Slanning
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 +Lieutenant Colonel
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 +Sargeant Major                           ​Tremaine ​ (4)
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 +Captain ​           Henry Bidlake ​                      Ment. I.O. +  (1)  +  (4)      ​
 +Captain ​           George Cutteford ​               (2) + (5)        ​
 +Captain ​           Bartholomew Gidley ​          ​(3) ​            
 +Captain ​                          ​Powell ​                    (4)
 +Captain ​           William Howell ​                     (6) 
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 +Lieutenant ​     Richard Franklin ​                  I.O. Devon to Capt. Bidlake
 +Lieutenant ​     James Garnsew ​                   I.O. Cornwall
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 +Ensign ​           Teage Mohun                        I.O. Cornwall
 +Ensign ​           John Wall                                I.O. Cornwall  ​
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 +(1) Devon Record Office
 +DRO.QSP.128.16.1 ​ 1687
 +The humble petition of Thomas Prest of Bridstowe husbandman.
 +Humbly sheweth that your petitioner being a souldier in his Majesties service King Charles the first of blessed memory under Captaine Bidlake in the Regiment of the Honourable Sir Nicholas Slanning deceased and haveing received severall dangerous wounds suffered long imprisonment for his loyalty,and being now above sixty yeares of age and unable to gett his liveing,and haveing never deserted the said service.
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 +(2) DRO.QSP.128.134
 +Extract.
 +The humble petition of Richard Drake of the Parish of Whitechurch,​labourer ​
 +Sheweth
 +That whereas your peticioner was a souldier in the service of his late Majestie of famous memory,and served under the command of Captaine George Cutteford in Sir Nicholas Slannings Regement,in which service he received severall wounds to his maiming,by which he is utterly unable to gett a livelyhood...
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 +Petition of Francis Marey of Tavistock.
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 +Almost certainly George Cutteford of Whitechurch,​Devon.
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 +(3) DRO.QSP.128.75.1
 +Petition of Robert Spray of Lustleigh. Was at the taking Stamford works against Plymouth
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 +QS.128.75.2
 +The humble petition of Laurence Elliott of Lustleigh .
 +Humbly sheweth that whereas your poore petitioner being an old souldier in the late Kings Majesties service King Charles the first of blessed memory under the command of Bartholomew Gidley Esqre. Capt. of the Tinners and continued in the said service from the beginning to the end of the said warr,and being hurted and wounded in the said service att Stampford works against Plimouth and being now old and decreped and not able to worke being releived ​ by the Parish your poore petitioner desires that your worshipps would add some maintenance out of the County store towards his better releife,and your poore petitioner shall ever pray,&​e. ​
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 +(4) DRO.QSP.128.83.2
 +To the Honourable Bench att the Generall Quarter Sessions of the peace holden att the Castle of Exon for the County of Devon the humble petition of Bartholomew Monk of Milton Abbott within the said County
 +Humbly sheweth that your said petitioner was a servitour in the late unhappy warrs under the command of Captain Bidlake Captain Powell and Major Tremaine in the Regiment of Sir Nicholas Slanning Jt in the service of our late Sovraign Lord King Charles the first of ever blessed and glorious memory,and continued in that service during the warrs,​neither did he ever take up arms against his said Majesty or his Majesty that now is,and that he was shott in divers parts of his body in the said service,and is now maimed indigent aged sickly and disabled in body for work;​Wherefore his humble request is to your honours,​that some provision may be allowed him towards his better livelyhood out of the traesury for this County,and your petitioner shall ever pray etc.
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 +We whose names are subscribed doe believe the contents of this petition to be true
 +Arthur Tremaine
 +Tho: Wood
 +More...
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 +(5)DRO.QSP.128.134
 +Petition of Richard Drake of Whitechurch
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 +(6) SP23.152.447
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 +Richard Pyke of Walkhampton sworne and examined saith that the said William Howell (of Plympton Mary) was in the tyme of the late warr a Capt. and commanded a foote company for the King against the Parliament and that he did see the said Captaine Howell take up men for the King and forced them to goe against Plymouth
 +1 May 1650.
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 +Mr Thomas Rose of Plimpton Mary saith that the said  Capt. Howell was a Capt. in arms for the late King and was very active in the service and forced many men to doe the like.
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 +E61.23IMAGE 19 EXCELLENT COPY
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 +The examination of John Davies Esquire,​taken before a select committee of the House of Commons 13th July 1643
 +Saith,that two ships,the one called the Michael of London,Mr Sydrach Pope being sent therein for France with 648 Hydes to relade corne for the relief of the Protestant Armie in Ulster,was by foule weather in December last forced into Falmouth and there seised on by Sir Nich.Slaney,​and manned with some muskettiers of his sent unto St.Mallo in France,​where the Hides were sold,and the proceed returned unto him in the said ship in powder,​match,​Ammunition etc.,and further saith,that about the 20 of April last one William King of Dover his ship being laden with 90 tunnes of Wine and salt from France,and bound for Carrickfergus in Ireland upon the examinants accompt,was upon the coast of France,​taken by one Richard Jones,​Captaine of a ship sent out from Falmouth with his Majesties warrant,and the ship and goods were sold by him at Brest in France.
 +John Davies
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