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A famous victory obtained by Sir William Brewerton, Sir Thomas Fairfax, Sir William Fairfax in a pitcht battle against the Lord Byron, chief commander of the kings forces at the raising of the siedge of Namptwitch : together with a list of all the commanders that were slain and taken in the said fight : also, in what estate the towne of Namptwitch now is, and the miserable condition of the enemies forces in those parts. by

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Published by Printed by Bernard Alsop in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Brereton, William, -- Sir, -- 1604-1661.,
  • Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, -- Baron, -- 1612-1671.,
  • Fairfax, William, -- Sir, -- 1609-1644.,
  • Byron, John Byron, -- Baron, -- 1598 or 9-1652.,
  • Nantwich (England) -- History. -- Siege, 1644.

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Edition Notes

SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 234:E. 31, no. 6.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16707467M

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In the victory at Nantwich (25 January ) Sir William Fairfax commanded a wing of the horse, and at Marston Moor headed a brigade of foot on the right of the parliamentary line. In August he was despatched into Lancashire with two thousand Yorkshire horse, and took part in the siege of Liverpool. Sir Thomas Fairfax (c. – 31 March ) was the first member of the Fairfax family to own Gilling Castle, near Gilling East, North Riding of Yorkshire, England.. He was born Thomas Fairfax of Walton and was presumably a supporter of the House of York in the Wars of the x's original home was near the Battle of Towton, which decided the outcome of that war. J. Isack has written: 'A famous victory obtained by Sir William Brewerton, Sir Thomas Fairfax, Sir William Fairfax' -- subject(s): History Asked in Countries, States, and Cities What city is. Isack, J., A Famous Victory Obtained by Sir William Brereton, Sir Thomas Fairfax. Sir William Fairfax. In a Pitcht Battle against the Lord Byron, (Chief Commander of the Kings Forces) at the Raising of the Siedge of Namptwitch (London, )Cited by:

In his will, dated 22 Oct. , Fairfax asked to be buried at Walton. To his second wife, a protestant, he left £, his best, coach and four of his best horses. He left £10 to the poor of Walton and £10 to the poor of Gilling Sir Brian Stapleton his son-in-law, John Ibson his cousin, and Sir Thomas Layton were appointed supervisors. Visible in an upstairs room was a suit of armour. The local children thought the house was very spooky, although it was a quite unexceptional semi. When the eccentric owner died, there was a short article in the local Evening Chronicle, saying that the armour had belonged to Sir Thomas Fairfax. This must have been in about Sir Thomas Percy sent for Sir Nicholas Fairfax to attend a muster of 10, men at Malton. William Stapleton, in his account of the rebellion, says that on Saturday 21st October he came to York and heard how Sir Thomas Percy and Sir Nicholas Fayerfax, with the Abbot of St. Mary’s York, had gone to Pontefract (Pomfret) with a goodly band the. Sir Thomas Fairfax (c. – Ma )[1] was the first member of the Fairfax family to own Gilling Castle, near Gilling East, North Yorkshire, England. He is a direct ancestor of both Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and The Duchess of Cambridge.[2]Parents: William Fairfax, of Walton, Catherine Percy, of Thornton-Bridge.

The hothead himself, Sir William Fairfax was less patient with others of a like nature. Upon his death, he was succeeded by his second son, the eldest having died. Upon his death, he was succeeded by his second son, the eldest having died. A famous victory obtained by Sir William Brewerton, Sir Thomas Fairfax, Sir William Fairfax: in a pitcht battle against the Lord Byron, chief commander of the kings forces at the raising of the siedge of Namptwitch: together with a list of all the commanders that were slain and taken in the said fight: also, in what estate the towne of Namptwitch now is, and the miserable condition of the enemies forces . A famous victory obtained, by Sir William Brewerton. Sir Thomas Fairfax. Sir William Fairfax. In a pitcht battle against the Lord Byron, (chief commander of the kings forces) at the raising of the siedge of Namptwitch. Together, with a list of all the commanders that were slain and taken in the said fight. A famous victory obtained, by Sir William Brewerton. Sir Thomas Fairfax. Sir William Fairfax.: In a pitcht battle against the Lord Byron, (chief commander of the kings forces) at the raising of the siedge of Namptwitch. Together, with a list of all the commanders that were slain and taken in the said : J. Isack.