Survey of Elland Park, [co. York], and the timber growing there, 14 October John Townely, esquire, to the Earl of Shrewsbury, no date, recommending the bearer, his nephew John Walton, to the Earl's service. Walton was also nephew to a former servant of the Earl, Nycolas Nowell, the writer's half brother, and had travelled, knew Latin and law French, but was not 'exquesite' in arithmetic and numbering.
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In his estates were sequestered and compounded by Parliament on grounds of his being a "Papist and delinquent" i. Catholic and royalist. In September he accompanied Charles II when he fled after defeat at the battle of Worcester, escorting him to Whiteladies in Shropshire, where the king was hidden for a time. He later married Hon. People Projects Discussions Surnames.
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Asks the Earl to call the parties before him, since he had already 'dealt in the same cause,' and to assess a sum to be paid to Goodwin's daughter and to report to the Court. Address: Privy Councillor. Address: K. Richard Rathebond to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Chesterfield, [co.