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royalist:foot-regiments:william-wynne [24/09/2018 14:27]
1642
royalist:foot-regiments:william-wynne [03/01/2019 14:19] (current)
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 Captain Windibanke, Bailey, Morris Crosse 1123 Captain Windibanke, Bailey, Morris Crosse 1123
  
-=====Contemporary References===== ​             +=====Contemporary References===== ​ 
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 ===Mercurius Aulicus 30.1.1642/​3=== ===Mercurius Aulicus 30.1.1642/​3===
 //This day there came advertisement from Denbighshire,​ that the Gentry of the County had put themselves in Armes for the defence of the Kings Majesty, that County generally, and their own safeties in particular; as also for the preservation of such others of the neighbouring Counties as should associate themselves with them; that to this end they had caused 400 foot to be listed presently, one hundred of the which to be armed, billeted, and daily exercised at, and about the Towne of Denbigh, and to be presently in pay; and another hundred to appeare and be weekly trained at Langernew, over which two Companies they had appointed William Wynne Esquire, formerly Captaine of the Trained bands of the Lordship of Denbigh, to be Commander; a third hundred to be armed, exercised, and presently in pay, whereof the one halfe to attend at the Towne of Ruthyn the other halfe at or about the Towne of Langollen, under the Command of Captain Edw. Thelwall, and John Trevor Esquire, the fourth and last hundred, to be  armed, exercised, and disposed of as occasion served; but neither that nor those who were to appeare and traine at Langarnew to be put into pay, unless the bands of Ruthyn, Denbigh and Langollen should be thought fit to be advanced, and drawn forth towards any other place for the defence of the Country: that with their lives and fortunes they would endeavour to defend all such as should be contributers theirin to their abilities; and that on any alarme that should be given on any attempt of plundering, foraging, or any other act of publique violence, they would be all up in Armes for their mutuall defence, and common safety: and finally, that all such as would not be contributory by a certaine time, should have their names returned to the Kings Majesty, that he might see their backwardnesse and neglect therein// //This day there came advertisement from Denbighshire,​ that the Gentry of the County had put themselves in Armes for the defence of the Kings Majesty, that County generally, and their own safeties in particular; as also for the preservation of such others of the neighbouring Counties as should associate themselves with them; that to this end they had caused 400 foot to be listed presently, one hundred of the which to be armed, billeted, and daily exercised at, and about the Towne of Denbigh, and to be presently in pay; and another hundred to appeare and be weekly trained at Langernew, over which two Companies they had appointed William Wynne Esquire, formerly Captaine of the Trained bands of the Lordship of Denbigh, to be Commander; a third hundred to be armed, exercised, and presently in pay, whereof the one halfe to attend at the Towne of Ruthyn the other halfe at or about the Towne of Langollen, under the Command of Captain Edw. Thelwall, and John Trevor Esquire, the fourth and last hundred, to be  armed, exercised, and disposed of as occasion served; but neither that nor those who were to appeare and traine at Langarnew to be put into pay, unless the bands of Ruthyn, Denbigh and Langollen should be thought fit to be advanced, and drawn forth towards any other place for the defence of the Country: that with their lives and fortunes they would endeavour to defend all such as should be contributers theirin to their abilities; and that on any alarme that should be given on any attempt of plundering, foraging, or any other act of publique violence, they would be all up in Armes for their mutuall defence, and common safety: and finally, that all such as would not be contributory by a certaine time, should have their names returned to the Kings Majesty, that he might see their backwardnesse and neglect therein//
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 //These are to certify that the bearer hereof Daniell Edwards of the Parish of Erbistock and Countie of Denbigh was in the tyme of the late warres a souldier in the Company and under the command of Maior Francis Manley in the service of his late Majestie of  blessed memory and that he did faithfully serve as a souldier in severall services under the said command haveing in all the tyme of this said service continued truely loyall and faithfull and suffered long imprisonment for his loyaltie towards his said late Majestie as witness my hand the seventh day of Nov. in the fifteenth year of King Charles the second in the yeare of our Lord 1663. //These are to certify that the bearer hereof Daniell Edwards of the Parish of Erbistock and Countie of Denbigh was in the tyme of the late warres a souldier in the Company and under the command of Maior Francis Manley in the service of his late Majestie of  blessed memory and that he did faithfully serve as a souldier in severall services under the said command haveing in all the tyme of this said service continued truely loyall and faithfull and suffered long imprisonment for his loyaltie towards his said late Majestie as witness my hand the seventh day of Nov. in the fifteenth year of King Charles the second in the yeare of our Lord 1663.
 Francis Manley.// Francis Manley.//
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 ===Certificate for Faulk=== ===Certificate for Faulk===
 //These are to certify that the bearer hereof Matthew Faulk of the Parish of Llanvaire in the County of Denbyh did truely and faithfully serve his Majestie King Charles the 1st of famous memory in the Regiment of Coll Jugh Wynn and in my Company and continued all alonng loyal to his Majesty as witness my hand 8th day of October 1679 //These are to certify that the bearer hereof Matthew Faulk of the Parish of Llanvaire in the County of Denbyh did truely and faithfully serve his Majestie King Charles the 1st of famous memory in the Regiment of Coll Jugh Wynn and in my Company and continued all alonng loyal to his Majesty as witness my hand 8th day of October 1679
-Ro. Wynne+Ro. Wynne// 
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 +A similar Certificate for Ellis Davies of Llanvaire Joshayne ? in Ro. Wynnes Company in the Regiment of William Wynne, signed and dated 27th September 1675 
  
-A similar Certificate for Ellis Davies of Llanvaire Joshayne ? in Ro. Wynnes Company in the Regiment of William Wynne,​signed and dated 27th September 1675  
  
 ===To Captain Griffith=== ===To Captain Griffith===