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royalist:horse-regiments:thomas-dalton [23/12/2018 14:47]
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 From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user '​1642'​ From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user '​1642'​
  
 +===Dalton & Hoghton===
 Microchronicon Microchronicon
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 Colonel Thomas Dalton was mortally wounded at 2nd Newbury and died at Marlborough,​ Wiltshire. Colonel Thomas Dalton was mortally wounded at 2nd Newbury and died at Marlborough,​ Wiltshire.
 Lieutenant Colonel William Hoghton was killed at 2nd Newbury Lieutenant Colonel William Hoghton was killed at 2nd Newbury
  
 +===Thomas Dicconson===
 Lancashire Record Office Lancashire Record Office
 QSP.424.3 Michalmas 1674 QSP.424.3 Michalmas 1674
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 Thos. Dicconson of Charnock in the Parish of Standish hath served the Kings Majesty as a faithful souldier for severall yeares under the command of William Hoghton of Parbo being then Lieutenant Colonel of a Regiment and afterward under Sir Thomas Tyldesley and never deserted his Majestys cause. Thos. Dicconson of Charnock in the Parish of Standish hath served the Kings Majesty as a faithful souldier for severall yeares under the command of William Hoghton of Parbo being then Lieutenant Colonel of a Regiment and afterward under Sir Thomas Tyldesley and never deserted his Majestys cause.
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 Thomas Hoghton Thomas Hoghton
 Edward Standish ​  He surrendered at Newark as Lieutenant Colonel Edward Standish ​  He surrendered at Newark as Lieutenant Colonel
 Hugh Dicconson Hugh Dicconson
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 +Also in Visitation of Lancashire 1664-5 William Hoghton of Park Hall is mentioned as Lieutenant Colonel to Thomas Dalton of Thurnham Co. Lancashire.
  
  
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 * Haughton in I.O. * Haughton in I.O.
 * Dickenson * Dickenson
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 +===Clarke'​s Petition===
  
 Lancashire Record Office Lancashire Record Office
 QSP.410.3 Epiphany 1673/4 QSP.410.3 Epiphany 1673/4
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 "The humble petition of Thomas Clarke of Cockeram Co. Lancashire "The humble petition of Thomas Clarke of Cockeram Co. Lancashire
 Sheweth whereas your poor petitioner having been a souldier in the service of his late majesty of blessed memory under the command of Collonel Thomas Dalton, of Thurnham in his own Troope, and that until the death of his said Collonel, then being by his commanders disbanded and having receaved (torn) hurt in the said service whereby he lost the use of two of his fingers he betooke himself to his native towne..."​ Sheweth whereas your poor petitioner having been a souldier in the service of his late majesty of blessed memory under the command of Collonel Thomas Dalton, of Thurnham in his own Troope, and that until the death of his said Collonel, then being by his commanders disbanded and having receaved (torn) hurt in the said service whereby he lost the use of two of his fingers he betooke himself to his native towne..."​