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Atkinson, Robert (d. 1664), parliamentarian army officer and conspirator, was born in Winton, Westmorland, of a local family. He later married and had children, but little is known of his private life. According to Sir Philip Musgrave, before the civil war Atkinson had been a yeoman farmer with lands worth some ...

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Gladman, John (fl. 1644–1685), parliamentarian army officer and conspirator, is of unknown parents and background, though he claimed in 1683 to be related to the former parliamentarian soldier and plotter Richard Rumbold. He succeeded James Berry as captain-lieutenant in Oliver Cromwell's Ironsides regiment...

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Sexby, Edward (c. 1616–1658), parliamentarian army officer and conspirator, described speculatively as the son of Marcus Sexby, alias Saxbie, of London, gentleman, was probably born about 1616, if the identification is correct, for in 1632, one Edward Sexby was apprenticed to Edward Price...

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Sindercombe, Miles (d. 1657), parliamentarian soldier and conspirator, was originally from Kent. He was later reported to have been apprenticed to a surgeon near St Catherine's in the Tower, London, before the civil war, but much of his early life is very obscure. At the time of his death his widowed mother, ...

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

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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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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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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...