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Armorer, Sir Nicholas (c. 1620–1686), royalist army officer, conspirator, and courtier, was born at Belford, Northumberland, a younger son of Thomas Armorer (d. 1642), of Belford, and his wife, Margaret, daughter of Robert Clavering of Callaly in the same county. Like his brother ...

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Berkeley, John, first Baron Berkeley of Stratton (bap. 1607, d. 1678), royalist army officer and courtier, was baptized on 1 February 1607 at Hanworth, Middlesex, the fifth son of Sir Maurice Berkeley (1576/7–1617) of Bruton, Somerset, a well-connected but penurious gentleman who died when ...

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O'Neill, Daniel (c. 1612–1664), royalist army officer and courtier, was the eldest son of Con MacNiall MacBrian Faghartach O'Neill (d. 1619), lord of Clandeboye in co. Antrim, and his wife, Eilis, the daughter of Art MacBaron O'Neill, the older, base-born brother of ...

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Pollard, Sir Hugh, second baronet (1603–1666), royalist army officer and court official, was born in November 1603 and baptized at King's Nympton, Devon, on 4 December 1603. Hugh was the eldest child, of six sons and six daughters, of Sir Lewis Pollard (1577/8–1641)...