2 edition of Monmouth rebels, 1685 found in the catalog.
Monmouth rebels, 1685
W. Macdonald Wigfield
Also published as vol.79 of the Somerset Record Society.
|Statement||compiled by W. Macdonald Wigfield.|
|Contributions||Somerset Record Society.|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Monmouth's rebels: the road to Sedgemoor, Item Preview (of)) -- Aufstand, Monmouth's Rebellion (), Monmouth's Rebellion, , Monmouth, James Scott of -- Aufstand, Monmouth's rebellion, Albemarle appeared arms army arrived Assizes attack Axminster Bath Bridgwater Bridport Bristol brought called Captain cause cavalry Charles church Churchill cloth Colonel command constable cost Country Cross Devon Dorset Duke of Monmouth Earl early Edward executed Exeter Feversham fight fire followed Foot force Francis Frome George given Grey.
Full text of "The original lists of persons of quality; emigrants; religious exiles; political rebels; serving men sold for a term of years; apprentices; children stolen; maidens pressed; and others who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, with their ages and the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars; from mss. . James Scott, duke of Monmouth, claimant to the English throne who led an unsuccessful rebellion against King James II in Although the strikingly handsome Monmouth had the outward bearing of an ideal monarch, he lacked the intelligence and resolution needed for a determined struggle for power.
Against the wishes of the Protestant majority, the Catholic James II was crowned king in Four months later on the 24th May his nephew the Duke of Monmouth, exiled in Holland, sailed to England hoping to raise an army to overthrow the king. Names above cross-referenced with 'The Monmouth Rebels ' – Published by the Somerset Record Society. Vol Vol CLAPP, John, a mercer of Colyton, 'absent'; a married man with ten children; 'seen in Monmouth's camp' by John Baites; presented (as yeoman) at Exeter but at large; came home from Sedgemoor and hid in the roof when.
Report of the committee on ... the presidents message as relates to a revision of the militia laws
Culture : Convention for the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict, The Hague, May 14, 1954, accession by Canada December 11, 1998, in force August 7, 1956, in force for Canada March 11, 1999 =
County courthouses in the State of Kansas
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library & Museum
Berlin, Potsdam and Schloss Sanssouci
Summary of Research 1998, Department of Oceanography
History of internal auditing
treatise on the law and practice of bankruptcy
Death of the Raven
essay on the divine authority of the New Testament
New crumbs of comfort
Earnings in the womens and childrens apparel industry in the spring of 1939.
Hawaiian Flowers Cut-Out Paper Doll Book
Champaign County directory
psycho-analytic study of the family.
The Monmouth Rebels, Volume 79 of Grove Booklets on Ministry and Worship; 46 Volume 79 of Somerset Record Society Volume 79 of Somerset Record Society: Somerset Record Society: Compiled by: W.
MacDonald Wigfield: Edition: illustrated, revised: Publisher: Somerset Record Society, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized. The Monmouth Rebellion- England’s West Country, including Somerset, was a Protestant stronghold at the time of the death of the Protestant King Charles II in February The new King, Charles’ brother James, Duke of York, was Roman Catholic.
The Monmouth Rebels,Volume 79 Volume 79 of Grove Booklets on Ministry and Worship; 46 Volume 79 of Somerset Record Society Volume 79 of Somerset Record Society: Somerset Record Society The Monmouth rebels, Author: W. MacDonald Wigfield: Compiled by: W.
MacDonald Wigfield: Edition: illustrated, revised: Publisher: Somerset Record. This well-researched book is a 'roll call' of almost names of Monmouth rebels from lists made either in preparation for, or during the Assizes conducted throughout the West Country in September and October Hi, Everyone, Have just purchased a copy of the book: "The Monmouth Rebels", compiled by W.
Macdonald Winfield and published in It lists all the Rebels rounded up and tried at the infamous Bloody Assizes all over the West Country after the battle of Sedgemoor in An account of the proceedings against the rebels, and other prisoners, tried before the Lord Chief Justice Jefferies: and other judges in the west of England, in for taking arms under the Duke of Monmouth.
The Monmouth Rebels - Incomplete Lists. Incomplete lists of Westcountymen who served in Monmouth's Army. Taken from: The Monmouth Rebels Published for Somerset Record Society Vol This is the official War Office Book in which the Regiment, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffreys Allen, and consisting of.
James Duke of Monmouth illegitimate son of Charles II by. Lucy Walter was born inhe was created Duke of. Monmouth in Married Anne Scott. In he fled to. Holland after being implicated in a conspiracy to claim the.
throne. On 11th June he landed at Lyme Regis and. claimed the crown from James II. The Monmouth Rebels Compiled by W. MACDONALD WIGFIELD, M. SOMERSET RECORD SOCIETY C/O Local History Library, Taunton Castle, Taunton, Somerset ISBN 0 27 3 Produced for the Society by Alan Sutton Publishing Limited, Gloucester.
Monmouth Rebels Provided by Jean E. Harris, Toronto, Canada. The Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries Vol 6 /11 (Karl Cherry - pgs ) and Vol 42 (J.B.R. - pgs ) have articles about the Devon men who were tried and executed for taking part in this rebellion.
All of the following names and details of the broadside are taken. Author Topic: The Monmouth Rebels (Read times) Keith Sherwood.
RootsChat Marquessate; Posts: 5,; There is a book, free to read, on the site which lists the "rebels" who were convicted & then transported to Barbados in Along with their names are their ages, occupations, which prison they had been. On July 15th James Scott, the Duke of Monmouth, was executed for treason against the King.
He was a noble man who met his heath with calmness and dignity. He died a sad figure who believed, perhaps too much, in the advice of his friends and his own popularity. 11 Monmouth Rebellion rebels shipped to Jamaica.
View fullsize. An incredibly rare Bill of Lading for 35 convicted rebels to be transported to Jamaica. Light damp staining in the centre of the document, and a tiny hole in centre fold, but otherwise a magnificent document, in very fine condition for its great age, easily readable.
Monmouth’s army failed, and its failure marks the end of the use in England of armed rebellion to fullﬁl a radical dream.
Monmouth’s Rebels is the story of the rising from its origins to its tragic endings – an extremely readable, entertaining and an informative by: 2. The Monmouth rebels, [W MacDonald Wigfield] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for James Scott of Monmouth: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W MacDonald Wigfield.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Three hundred years ago inthe Duke of Monmouth landed on the beach at Lyme Regis to raise a rebel uprising against King James II. It was a bold, Protestant rebellion fuelled by the discontent amongst all classes of people who risked everything to.
Books; For Sale; The Monmouth rebels, ; £95 For Sale. The Monmouth rebels, This advert is located in and around Macclesfield, Cheshire.
Currently displaying 1 of 1 images. Respond to Advert Favourite this Advert. Advert Description Oxfam Shop Macclesfield Somerset Record Society Volume 79 A rollcall of the rebels with index of places.
Many of the rebels were transported to Barbados. To see if your ancestor was one of them get hold of the book THE MONMOUTH REBELScompiled by W. MacDonald Wigfield, published in England in by Alan Sutton.
(ISBN ). Buy Monmouth's Rebels: The Road to Sedgemoor First Edition by Earle, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 7. Monmouth Rebellion has members. anything related to the West Country Rebellion of June July.
"Monmouth Rebellion, also known as The Revolt of the West or The West Country rebellion, was an attempt to overthrow James II, who had become King of England, Scotland and Ireland upon the death of his elder brother Charles II on 6 February James II was a Roman Catholic, and some Protestants under his rule opposed his kingship.The Battlefield: The Monmouth Rebellion The rebellion grew out of the Exclusion Crisis of the late s, when Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury instigated a Protestant movement to remove the Roman Catholic James, Duke of York, from succeeding his brother Charles II to the throne.of results for Books: "monmouth rebellion" Skip to main search results From Monmouth's Invasion to the Bloody Assizes (Spellmount Classics) Monmouth's Rebels: The Road to Sedgemoor by Peter Earle | 27 Oct out of 5 stars 8.
Hardcover In Taunton Town: A Story of the Rebellion of James Duke of Monmouth in.