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 2. John Hanmer Capt. of horse in the service of his Majestie King Charles the first. Slayn at Little Deane in Glocs. in a fight against Sir William Waller 2. John Hanmer Capt. of horse in the service of his Majestie King Charles the first. Slayn at Little Deane in Glocs. in a fight against Sir William Waller
  
-Richard Atkins states one Captain Hanmer bein better horst than myself,in persuite, fell upon their Ambuscade and was killed Horse and Man.+Richard Atkins states one Captain Hanmer bein better horst than myself, in persuite, fell upon their Ambuscade and was killed Horse and Man
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 +Bettisfield Mss. 468 
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 +Commissioned 8.8.1642 ​ at York 1 Company of Foot in Regiment of Bourke Lord Paget. 
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 +He later fought at Edgehill under Colonel Bolles who commanded the Regiment . 
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 +After transferred as a Captain of Horse in Prince Maurices Regiment and killed at Littledean April 1643. 
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 +His Lieutenant of Horse, Roger Jones wrote to Sir Thomas Hanmer, his father returning all John Hanmers money 7th June 1643.
  
  
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 Humbly sheweth that your petitioner till the rendition of Oxford faithfully served your Majesties Royall father of blessed memory in the late unhappy warrs riding as a reformado in the Regiment of Prince Maurice maintayninge himselfe and his man at his own charge. Humbly sheweth that your petitioner till the rendition of Oxford faithfully served your Majesties Royall father of blessed memory in the late unhappy warrs riding as a reformado in the Regiment of Prince Maurice maintayninge himselfe and his man at his own charge.
 That the petitioner hath been a great sufferer by ye Committee of Buckinghamshire not dareing openly to appeare and follow his vocation but privately to act for his livelihood That the petitioner hath been a great sufferer by ye Committee of Buckinghamshire not dareing openly to appeare and follow his vocation but privately to act for his livelihood
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 +==Petition of Venables==
 +Chester Record Office ​
 +QJF 91/3 No. 19 Michaelmas 1663
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 +Petition of Thomas Venables under Sir Thomas Aston then under Major Spotwood under Colonel Marrow. Served at Cholmeley Hall, Crewe Hall, Bartholmey, and Hawarden Castle. Later under Prince Maurice at Leicester and Naseby.
  
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