Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

royalist:horse-regiments:thomas-comberford [04/04/2012 20:11]
127.0.0.1 external edit
royalist:horse-regiments:thomas-comberford [03/02/2020 14:44] (current)
1642
Line 26: Line 26:
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ====Thomas Comberford==== ====Thomas Comberford====
 +
 +Colonel Thomas Comberfords Regiment of Horse
 +
 +Lieutenant Colonel Deveraux Wolseley (1)
 +
 +Captain ​                                ​Treswell ​      Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                    Ralph Weston ​        I.O. Staffords.
 +
 +Cornet ​                     Edward Kempson ​ I.O. Staffords. to Capt. Treswell ​
 +
 +SP23.223.630
 +Petition of Simon Degge of Collohill,​Staffordshire served under Colonell Comberford.
 +
 +SP23.168.229
 +
 +The informacion of John Fisher of Haywood taken before the Committee at Stafford the 20th of January 164(torn)
 +The said Fisher saith that when the Garrison of Stafford was under the power of the enemie Mr. Tho: Challenor came into his mothers house & very cunningly questioned him which way he was inclined,​whether for the Kings partie or the Parliaments,​to which he answered he would immediately goe to Leeke & take up Armes for the Parliament.Immediately upon this answer hee the said Challenor went to Ridgley* where he informed Lt. Col.Wolsley and Capt. Treswell who came immediately and seized on him as prisoner;​the said Challoner following at a small distance.After the said Fisher was released he questioned the said Challenor who gave him (torn) & promised sattisfaction i had beene at being prisoner.
 +
 +*Rugeley
 +
 +In an earlier deposition Fisher mentioned that Mr Comberford was the Governor of Stafford at this time.
 +
 +(1) Deveraux Wolsley
 +
 +I have a brief note of Devereaux Wolseleys Petition after the civil war and he mentions being a Captain of a Trained Band in Leicestershire and bringing them to Nottingham in 1642.
 +
 +He then mentions being a Lieutenant Colonel under Lord Loughborough which could actually be his Lieutenant Colonelship to Comberford prior to his own Colonelcy. ​
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====