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Axtell, Daniel (bap. 1622, d. 1660), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was baptized on 26 May 1622 at Great Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, probably the son of William Axtell (d. 1638), chief burgess of the town, and his wife, Dorothy Symons (d. 1629)...

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Constable, Sir William, baronet (bap. 1590, d. 1655), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was baptized on 4 March 1590, the only son of Sir Robert Constable (d. 1600) of Flamborough and Holme, Yorkshire, and his wife, Anne, daughter of John Hussey of ...

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Ewer, Isaac (d. 1650/51), army officer and regicide, was a close relation and possibly son of Richard Ewer of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, and may have been related to the Ewers of Pinner, Middlesex, and Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. He was living at Hatfield by 1633, having by that year married ...

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Fleetwood, George, appointed Lord Fleetwood under the protectorate (bap. 1623, d. in or after 1664), army officer and regicide, was the eldest son of Charles Fleetwood (d. 1628) of The Vache, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, and his wife, Anne, daughter of Nicolas...

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Hammond, Thomas (c. 1600–1658), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was the third son among the five children of Dr John Hammond (c. 1555–1617), physician to the royal household under James I, and his wife, Mary (or Marie) Harrison. Thomas's eldest brother, Robert, was the father of ...

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James Hind (bap. 1616, d. 1652) by unknown engraver, pubd 1651 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Hind, James (bap. 1616, d. 1652), highwayman and royalist soldier, was baptized at Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, on 15 July 1616, the tenth of thirteen children of Edward Hind (d. 1656), a saddler, and his wife, Anne Smythe. His father was evidently a man of some position in the parish, three times serving as churchwarden. On 24 February 1638 ...

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Hutchinson, John (bap. 1615, d. 1664), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was baptized on 18 September 1615 at St Mary's, Nottingham, the son of Sir Thomas Hutchinson (1589–1643) of Owthorpe, Nottinghamshire, and Margaret, daughter of Sir John Byron. Educated at free schools in ...

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Ingoldsby, Sir Richard, appointed Lord Ingoldsby under the protectorate (bap. 1617, d. 1685), army officer and regicide, was baptized on 10 August 1617, the second son of Sir Richard Ingoldsby (d. 1656) of Lenborough, Buckinghamshire, and Elizabeth (d. 1666), daughter of ...

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Jones, John (c. 1597–1660), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was the son of Thomas ap John ab Ieuan ap Huw of Maesygarnedd, Llanbedr, Merioneth. His mother, Ellen, was the daughter of Robert Wynn of Taltreuddyn, Llanenddwyn, in the same county. Jones's immediate forebears were modest freeholders, but his mother's family claimed kinship with the important ...

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Moore, John (c. 1599–1650), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was the eldest son of Edward Moore (c.1577–1632), merchant of Bank Hall, Walton, Lancashire, and his wife, Katherine (d. 1641), daughter of John and Margaret Hockenhull of Prenton on the Wirral, Cheshire...

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Reade [Read], Thomas (1606/7–1669), royalist army officer and civil lawyer, was born at Linkenholt, Hampshire, the second son of Robert Reade (d. 1626?) and his second wife, Mildred (d. 1630/31), sister of Sir Francis Windebank, Charles I's secretary of state from 1632 to 1640. ...

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Slingsby, Sir Henry, first baronet (1602–1658), royalist army officer and conspirator, was born on 14 January 1602, second son of Sir Henry Slingsby (d. 1634) of Scriven, Yorkshire, and his wife, Frances (d. 1611), daughter of William Vavasour of Weston. Although the ...

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Sir Henry Slingsby, first baronet (1602–1658) attrib. Thomas Rawlins, 1658 © Copyright The British Museum

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Veel, Thomas (c. 1591–1663/4), royalist army officer and conspirator, was born at Alveston, Gloucestershire, the third or fourth son of Nicholas Veel and his wife, the daughter of Robert Bridges of Combe, Gloucestershire. He was also the scion of an ancient family of minor gentry, who leased another ...

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Waite, Thomas (fl. 1634–1668), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was probably the eldest son of Henry Waite of Wymondham, Leicestershire. Thomas Waite was admitted to Gray's Inn on 5 March 1634, and may have been the Thomas Waite appointed king's receiver for the counties of ...

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Willys, Sir Richard, first baronet (bap. 1614, d. 1690), royalist army officer and conspirator, was baptized on 13 January 1614 at All Saints' Church, Hertford, the second son of Richard Willys (d. 1625), lawyer, of Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire, and the Inner Temple, London...