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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-henry-bard [30/08/2019 13:27]
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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-henry-bard [25/10/2019 17:21] (current)
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   *Colonel Sir Henry Bard   *Colonel Sir Henry Bard
-  *Lieutenant Colonel Barker,​commanded Campden House 1645. +  *Lieutenant Colonel Barker, commanded Campden House 1645. 
   *Captain John Balls (1)   *Captain John Balls (1)
   *Captain Fisher (2)   *Captain Fisher (2)
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 Mr Kecke, Mr Kecke,
-I sent to you for substance,​take your paper againe and know;Though the Devill be against us,and God not with us,I will find yout out to answer for your perjury,I yet meet (?) with you Saturday next,when if you make payment of £100 to the Lady Gardiner at Oriel College,​Oxford,​ I am fully satisfied,​if not (by God) I will ride for you myself,when if I misse you,I will fire whatever I find of yours,and will sell to you back your very children.Neither Scot nor Roundhead shall protect you.Sir you have yet time to be wise,and I am yet your friend.+I sent to you for substance, take your paper againe and know; Though the Devill be against us, and God not with us, I will find yout out to answer for your perjury, I yet meet (?) with you Saturday next, when if you make payment of £100 to the Lady Gardiner at Oriel College, Oxford, I am fully satisfied, if not (by God) I will ride for you myself, when if I misse you, I will fire whatever I find of yours, and will sell to you back your very children. Neither Scot nor Roundhead shall protect you. Sir you have yet time to be wise, and I am yet your friend.
  
 H. Bard  H. Bard 
  
 Worcester 16th July 1645 Worcester 16th July 1645
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 Another from Worcester Another from Worcester
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 “To the constable, tithingmen, and parishioners of Tirning. “To the constable, tithingmen, and parishioners of Tirning.
-“ HENRY BARD.” + 
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 +“ HENRY BARD.” +