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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-nicholas-crispe [13/02/2020 13:48]
1642
royalist:horse-regiments:sir-nicholas-crispe [13/02/2020 14:32] (current)
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 That your petitioner to manifest his loyalty & good affection to his Majestys father of blessed memory joyned himselfe with Tomkins and Challenor. Escaped to Oxford & served under Captain Luntley as Cornet in Sir Nicholas Crispes Regiment untill taken prisoner at Cirencester,​ and upon his going from London all that he had in money and goods to ye value of 1500li was seized. That your petitioner to manifest his loyalty & good affection to his Majestys father of blessed memory joyned himselfe with Tomkins and Challenor. Escaped to Oxford & served under Captain Luntley as Cornet in Sir Nicholas Crispes Regiment untill taken prisoner at Cirencester,​ and upon his going from London all that he had in money and goods to ye value of 1500li was seized.
 That your petitioner making his escape afterwards from ye Parliament Army got to Oxford, was Lieutenant under ye Lord Heath in the Regiment of Scholars commanded by the Earle of Dover and soe continued until ye surrender at Oxon and the Articles then returned to London and was immediately imprisoned. That your petitioner making his escape afterwards from ye Parliament Army got to Oxford, was Lieutenant under ye Lord Heath in the Regiment of Scholars commanded by the Earle of Dover and soe continued until ye surrender at Oxon and the Articles then returned to London and was immediately imprisoned.
 +The Luntley and Freebody families may have longstanding connections as a John Freebody leased some Tenements on Bankside,​London from John Luntley back in 1623.
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 The following warrants and letters appear to link Lt. Col. Tooker to Sir Nicholas Crispes Regiment of Horse. The following warrants and letters appear to link Lt. Col. Tooker to Sir Nicholas Crispes Regiment of Horse.