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Pride, Thomas, appointed Lord Pride under the protectoratelocked

(d. 1658)
  • Ian J. Gentles


Pride, Thomas, appointed Lord Pride under the protectorate (d. 1658), parliamentarian army officer and regicide, was the son of William Pride, yeoman of Pedwell Manor, in the parish of Ashcot, Somerset. On 30 January 1622 he was apprenticed to Thomas Bradway, citizen and haberdasher of ...

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