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 To John Lawrance for carringe 3 warrantees into the liberties concerninge the King[s] carriage, ​ To John Lawrance for carringe 3 warrantees into the liberties concerninge the King[s] carriage, ​
 13 October, 1642, 12cZ.; for the like againe the 10th day, 12d" ​ 13 October, 1642, 12cZ.; for the like againe the 10th day, 12d" ​
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-I.O. ALL DONE 
  
 Lieutenant Colonel ​ Thomas Frankland (8) Lieutenant Colonel ​ Thomas Frankland (8)
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 George Sym Sargent Maior George Sym Sargent Maior
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 +Sir James  Pennimans regiment of Foot
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 +Uniform ​ Unknown
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 +Colours ​
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 +Lieutenant Colonel ​  ​George Syms         Ment. I.O. 
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 +Sargeant Major
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 +Captain ​                     Francis Bateson ​    I.O. Yorks.
 +Captain ​                     John Beverly ​          (1)
 +Captain ​                     John Jackson ​        I.O. Yorks.
 +Captain ​                             Mallory ​            Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                     Anthony Norton ​     I.O. Yorks. ​
 +Captain ​                     Richard Page           (2)
 +Captain ​                     William Pennyman
 +Captain ​                     John Simpson ​       (3) +I.O. Yorks.
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 +Lieutenant ​                John Eggleston ​      I.O. Durham to Capt. Mallory ​
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 +Ensign ​                      ​Thomas Anderson ​ I.O. Yorks.
 +Ensign ​                      James Corpes ​         I.O. Yorks. to Lt. Col. Geo. (Syms)
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 +Quartermaster ​         William Bates           I.O. Yorks. ​
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 +SEE C.6139
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 +(1) Devon Record Office
 +Extract.
 +QSP.128.142.1
 +The petition of Henry Drew of Zeal Monachorum,​Devon.
 +Humbly sheweth unto your Lordshipps that your petitioner was in the service of our late Sovrine King Charles the First in the Redgement of Sir James Peneman under the Command of Captine John Beverly
 +in his Majestys army at Oxford your petitioner lied upon the garde there against Sir William Wallers army and there receved a hurt in his bowells that your peticioner is not able goe without extraordinary brasses by reason thereof your peticioner is not able to follow his calling...
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 +(2)    ​
 +SEE WALKER P.63 CAPTS PAGE + WILL.GARROWAY LLOYD
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 +(3) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665 
 +John Simpson of Wetherby a Capt. of Foote in the army of King Charles the first in the Regiment of Sir William Pennyman.
 +In I.O. under Colonel James Penniman,so stayed with the Regiment after Sir Williams decease.
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 +Harl.Mss.6833 f.60
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 +To our trusty well beloved Thomas Bushell Esq warden of our Mint and master worker of our mines Royal.
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 +Our will and pleasure is that you forthwith deliver 600 suits of cloathes for the cloathing of the Regiment of Foot under the command of our trusty well beloved Collonel Sir James Pennyman Knt. unto such persons as he shall appoynte to persons the same and so desiring this shall be your warrant given the 29.10.1643
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 +Charles R.
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 +SP23.179.13
 +Extract
 +The humble petition of Sir James Pennyman of Ormesby in the County of York Knt.
 +Sheweth that the peticioner haveing formerly served as Colonell in the Kings Army did about two yeares since lay downe his Commission and afterwards did quitt the Kings quarters and retired to his own home and haveing receaved a passe from the Committee for the Parliament residing at York for his safe convoy into Holland,did accordingly resort thither where he hath continued for these seaven months last past.
 +n.d
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 +SP23.179.19
 +A letter of information against James Pennyman of Ormsby the father of Colonel James Pennyman.
 +Extract.
 +That he was a Commissioner of Array,and did array men at Stoxley January 28th 1643,and two other tymes there and once at Gisborough.That in February 1644 by direccion of Mr John Bellasis,​hee with Mr Bradshaw did apportion and mittigate the fines sett upon severall men in Cleaveland by the said Governor of Yorke.That in Sommer 1643 hee with some others of the Countrey assembled with such armes as they had to hinder and oppose the sea men from comeing ashoare at Marske from aboard the Rainbow and other shipping.That im May 1644 he absented himselfe from his house for feare of the parliaments forces.That all his sonnes have been engaged in the Kings service (vizt) his eldest Sonne Sir James Pennyman a Coll,his second sonne Mr William Pennyman a Captaine and his third sonne Mr Thomas Pennyman late parson of Stoxley * fled from thence when the Parliament forces came,and his younger sonne was long in the South with his brothers,​Coll Sir James Pennyman and Capt Will. Pennyman.
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 +York 8 February 1649
 +* Stokesley
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 +Brother of Lieutenant Colonel James Pennyman of Ormesby,​Yorkshire
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 +WO55.1661.55
 +8. June 1644
 +Received into his Majesties stores from Sir James Pennyman Colonell
 +Muskett Barrells 8
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