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 ====Sir Peregrine Bertie==== ====Sir Peregrine Bertie====
 Sir Peregrine Bertie was son of the [[http://​bcw-project.org/​biography/​robert-bertie-earl-of-lindsey|1st Earl of Lindsey]] and brother of Lord Willoughby d'​Eresby,​ Second Earl of Lindsey. ​ Sir Peregrine Bertie was son of the [[http://​bcw-project.org/​biography/​robert-bertie-earl-of-lindsey|1st Earl of Lindsey]] and brother of Lord Willoughby d'​Eresby,​ Second Earl of Lindsey. ​
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 +Colonel Peregrine Berties Regiment of Horse
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 +Colonel ​                      ​Peregrine Bertie
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 +Lieutenant Colonel ​                 Skipwith ​  Ment. I.O.
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 +Sargeant Major
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 +Captain ​                     Sir Charles Bolles ​ (3) + ment. I.O.
 +Captain
 +Captain ​                     Richard King            Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                                  ​Markham ​    Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                     Edward Whitchcott (1) + Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                     Charles Wilson ​       Ment. I.O.   
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 +Lieutenant ​               Thomas Bradley ​    I.O. Lincs. to Sir Charles Bolles ​
 +Lieutenant ​               William Spooner ​     I.O. Lincs.
 +
 +Cornet ​                       William Ely               I.O. Lincs.
 +Cornet ​                       Roger King              I.O. Lincs. to Capt. King
 +Cornet ​                       John Wingfield ​      I.O. Rutland
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 +Quartermaster ​        John Catesby ​         I.O. Northants. ​
 +Quartermaster ​        ​Benjamin Davison ​ I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Markham ​
 +Quartermaster ​        ​Thomas Jackson ​   I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Whitchcott
 +Quartermaster ​        ​Richard Odling ​       I.O. Lincs. to Sir Charles Bolles ​   ​
 +Quartermaster ​        ​William Searles ​       I.O. Lincs. to Lt. Col. Skipwith
 +Quartermaster ​        ​William Sprecklow ​ I.O. L + W to Capt. Wilson
 +Quartermaster ​        John Wheat              I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Wilson
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 +Captain ​                    ​Edward Bertie ​         Ment. I.O. Foot
 +Captain ​                    ​Anthony Kent           (2)
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 +Lieutenant ​              ​Richard Wethereld ​  (2) to Capt. Kent
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 +Ensign ​                     Thomas Brocklesby I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Bertie
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 +Thos. Markham, Skelton in Cleveland, Co. York, Papist Delinquent.
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 +From: 'Cases brought before the committee: November 1647', Calendar, Committee for the Advance of Money: Part 2: 1645-50 (1888), pp. 838-840. ​
 +A Thomas Matkham died in arms in or around 1643 at Gainsborough
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 +(1) SP23.174.66
 +Extract.
 +To the Honourable the Committee of Parliament for Composiccion with delinquents.
 +The humble peticion of Edward Whichcote Esq,sonne and heire apparent of Sir Hamon Whichcott of Bishopp Norton in the County of Lincolne Knight
 +Sheweth that he being in service of ye Parliament and discharged of that employment went into the Kings quarters and there accepted of a Command of a Troope of Horse in Sir Peregrine Bartues Regiment,​but having left that Troope to his Leiutenant for the space of a yeare and three quarters last past,he continued in the Garrison of Winkfield Mannor and Newarke as reformado,​from whence he came in to the Parliament...
 +Edw: Whichcot
 +29 No: 1649
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 +(2) SP23.183.565
 +Extract.
 +The humble petition of Richard Wethereld of the Cittie of Lincoln
 +The petitioner humbly acknowledgeth his offence is,in that above two yeares since,when the Earle of Newcastle came to the Cittie of Lincoln with his Army he adhered to the Kings forces and was in Armes against the Parliament whilst they continued in that Cittie.For which cause his estate was sequestrated by the Committee of the County for the Cittie of Lincoln.
 +Ri: Wethereld
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 +SP23.183.568
 +For the Honourable Committee of Parliament sitting at Gouldsmiths Hall in London
 +Gentlemen,
 +In pursuance of your order of the 23th of May last wee certify that the estate of Richard Witherall was sequestered for adhering to the forces raised against the Parliament and joining with them in the Oath of Association against ye Parliament.And that he exercised a Company as Lieut. to Capt. Anthony Kent under Sir Peregrine Berty,​Governor of the Cittie of Lincoln and joined with the enemy against the Earle of Manchester and other the Parliament forces then under the command in defending the Cittie against them.
 +That after the Cittie of Lincoln was reduced into obedience of the King and Parliament the said Mr Witherall submitted himself to the Parliament,​took the National Covenant and since the Negative Oath according to the order.
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 +Geo: Bracebrigg Maior
 +Robt: Marshall
 +Willm: Marshall
 +William Goodknapp
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 +Get date of letter
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 +Robert Becke SP23.183.555 in arms at Lincoln.Same Regiment ??
 +Robert Knight SP23.183.575 in arms at Lincoln.
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 +(3) SP23.54.5
 +extract
 +Sir Charles Bolle of Lowth in the Countie of Linc. Knight
 +His delinquency that he commanded a Troop of Horse under the Earle of Lindsey in ye beginning of these troubles and continued in the Garrisons of Newarke and Belvoir till afterwards he went to Oxford and so into the West,he rendred himselfe at Truro...
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 +SP23.54.3
 +Ann Hussey and Helen Hussey the daughters of Sir Charles Hussey Knight deceased of Halton Holgate in the County of Lincolne
 +The delinquency was in the father who was in armes against the Parliament and dyed a delinquent.
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 +Possibly this Regiment or Dallison.
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 +SP23.164.435
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 +Extract.
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 +Gentlemen
 +
 +In pursuance of your order of the 13th June wch we rec'd the first of July instant we certifie
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 +That Thomas Bradley of Louth about the beginninge of these warres tooke up armes against the Parliament.
 +That he  was taken prisoner by the Earle of Manchesters forces and was afterwards sett at liberty by the said Earle.
 +That presently after he went againe into the Kings Army and tooke up armes against the Parliament and soe continued in actuall warre till the reduceing of Newarke.
 +That he hath made severall incursions into the Countrey with parties and hath plundred & taken prisoner severall of the Parliaments friends as Mr Palmer of Alvingham ​  Mr Tooly of    Mr Marbrough of Haugham Mr Nelson of Louth Mr Langton of Billesby and many others.
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 +Fra: Elmton als Fines vic         ​Francis Fynes
 +Edw: Ayscough ​                         Edward Ayscough
 +Mo:​Disney ​                                  ​Molineux Disney
 +Tho: Lister ​                                  ​Thomas Lister
 +H: Walcott ​                                    ​Humphrey Walcott
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 +These gentlemen were the Committee for Sequestrations of Lincolnshire.
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