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Maimed Soldiers (all Civil war casualties unless otherwise stated)

Devon Quarter Sessions, DHC - Devon QS128

Transcribed by Bev Edmonds

Though the catalogue indicates that these are all Civil war casualties unless otherwise stated, almost eighty of these files concern named people who were captured by pirates, and there are a number of miscellaneous files, mainly about pensions.

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Alphington QS/128/1/1 1671 Joane, wife of George Stevens, captured by pirates, Cape St Vincent, ransom £75 (Mr Brooking)
Alphington QS/128/1/2 1673 Thomas Hore, ransom £70 Mr Brooking, of Exeter, merchant
Alphington QS/128/1/3 1674 William Pulman - soldier
Alphington QS/128/1/4 1675 John White, carpenter, soldier
Alphington QS/128/1/5 1676 William Pulman, soldier
Alverdiscott QS/128/2/1-3 1662 Tristram Handford, soldier, under Arthur Bassett
Ashburton QS/128/3/1 1663 Richard Tailor, worsted comber, soldier under Sir Edward Seymour and Sir Hugh Holland
Ashburton QS/128/3/3 1675 Lewes Gold, soldier under John Russell
Ashburton QS/128/3/4 1673 John Lescombe and James Goswell of Denbury, sailors in the Resolution against the Dutch
Ashburton QS/128/3/5 1682 Thomas Gould, ensign under Sir Edward Seymour and Lieutenant under Sir Henry Cary
Ashburton QS/128/3/6 1686 Nicholas Dench, cordwainer, soldier
Ashburton QS/128/3/7 1685 William Yeilling, husbandman
Ashburton QS/128/3/8 n.d Nicholas Duich, cordwainer, soldier
Ashburton QS/128/3/9 n.d Mark Beard, seaman, sailor on the Dunkirk
Ashburton QS/128/3/10 1688 Thomas Hamlyn, soldier under Sir Thomas Hole
Ashburton QS/128/3/11 n.d Simon Morey, barber, quartermaster under Sir Richard Grenvile
Ashcombe QS/128/4 1677 Richard Thomas, husbandman, soldier
Axminster QS/128/5 1680 John Clarke, soldier
Aylesbeare QS/128/6/1-2 1660 Margaret Cobbold of Newton Poppleford, wife of John captured on a voyage from Ireland to Cales, ransom £140
Bampton QS/128/7 1666 Robert Ware, soldier
Bridgetown Pomeroy QS/128/8/1 1683 John Pollard, now of Newton Abbot, cordwainer
Bridgetown Pomeroy QS/128/8/2 1683 William Bagwill, father of a sailor on the Simon Peter of Dartmouth, ransom £120
Bridgetown Pomeroy QS/128/8/3 1685 Mary Sparke, wife of Robert, a mariner on the John and Christopher of Dartmouth to Viama (?Vienna)
Bideford QS/128/9/1-2 1663 Simon Jeffery, soldier under Richard Pomeroy
Bishopsteignton QS/128/10/1-2 1672 John Cornelius, soldier under Sir Henry Cary
Bishopsteignton QS/128/10/3-4 1673 George Norris, seaman on the Ruporte against the Dutch
Bondleigh QS/128/11/1 1663 Thomas Vicary and John Glasse, soldiers
Bondleigh QS/128/11/2 1680 William Goant, soldier
Bovey Tracy QS/128/12/1 1673 Nicholas Kitchin, seaman on the Resolution against the Dutch
Bovey Tracy QS/128/12/2 n.d Edward Luscombe, weaver, soldier under General Ramsay
Bradninch QS/128/13/1 1660 William Gibbs, soldier under Captain Sainthill
Bradninch QS/128/13/2-3 1660 John Coombe, soldier under Lord Berkley
Bradninch QS/128/13/4-5 1663 William Gearman, husbandman, soldier under Colonel Paine
Bradninch QS/128/13/6 1664 William Buckingham, soldier under Colonel Bluett
Bradninch QS/128/13/7 1667 John Sampson, soldier
Bradninch QS/128/13/8-9, 11 1671 Phillip Warren, soldier
Bradninch QS/128/13/10 1679 John Rose, soldier under Sir Henry Cary
Bradninch QS/128/13/12 1680 John Randel, soldier under Lord Berkely
Bradninch QS/128/13/13 1682 Richard Veysey, soldier
Bradninch QS/128/13/14 1684 Robert Chappie, soldier under Colonel Courtenay
Bradninch QS/128/13/15 n.d John Coombe, soldier under Lord Berkeley
Bradninch QS/128/13/16 n.d John Mawdit, soldier
Bratton Clovelly QS/128/14 1663 John Locke, soldier under Sir Thomas Hele
Braunton QS/128/15 n.d John Caverly, chirurgion, commissioned Officer, captured in Ireland taken to Saints a Bastens and sold as a slave
Bridestowe QS/128/16 1687 Thomas Prest, husbandman, soldier under Sir Nicholas Slanning
Bridford QS/128/17/1 1679 Robert Bowden, soldier
Bridford QS/128/17/2 1683 Edward Pinsent, soldier
Bridford QS/128/17/3 n.d John Langworthy, soldier
Bridford QS/128/17/4 n.d Nicholas Steere, soldier
Brixham QS/128/18/1 1674 Jane Cock, widow of William Cock on HMS Dunkirk, against the Dutch
Brixham QS/128/18/2 n.d Joan Wakeham, widow of William Wakeham, seaman in the Ane
Brixham QS/128/18/3 1674 Marian Churchward, mother of Arthur and William, seamen, slain by the Dutch
Brixham QS/128/18/4 1674 Joan Clarke, widow of John Clarke and Jane French, widow of Robert French, seamen on The Nightingale
Brixham QS/128/18/5 1674 Joan Carter, widow of Charles Carter, seaman on the Nightingale
Brixham QS/128/18/6 1674 Elizabeth Steart, widow of Francis Crarse, seaman on the Nightingale
Brixham QS/128/18/7 1674 Elizabeth Dodd, widow of Gregory Dodd, seaman on the Nightingale
Brixham QS/128/18/8 1676 Robert Tapley, soldier
Brixham QS/128/18/9 1678 Edward Knight, labourer, soldier
Brixham QS/128/18/10 1682 Peter Hernaman, mate of the Sarah, prisoner in Algiers
Brixton QS/128/19 1685 Walter Bowman, husbandman, soldier under Colonel Champernowne
Broadclyst QS/128/20/1 1683 William Bricknell, father of Michael Bricknell, a captive of the Turks in Tituan, voyage from Newfoundland to Bilbao, ransom £30
Broadclyst QS/128/20/2 1684 John Bartrum, carpenter, soldier - a drummer under Sir John Acland.
Broadclyst QS/128/20/3 n.d Robert Tuckett, drum major under Sir John Acland
Broadclyst QS/128/20/4 n.d John Tuckett, soldier under Colonel Acland
Broadclyst QS/128/20/5 n.d Thomas Halfeyard, labourer, soldier under Sir Nicholas Slanninge
Broadclyst QS/128/20/6 1677 Daniel Foord, soldier under Sir Richard Chamlynn
Broadhempston QS/21/1 1671 James Barlet, soldier
Broadhempston QS/21/2 1681 Ann Narrowmore, widow of John Narromore, sailor in the Resolution
Broadhempston QS/21/3 1682 John Tozer, weaver, captain under Sir Henry Cary
Broadwoodwidger QS/22 1661 Edward Gale
Buckfastleigh QS/23 n.d Elizabeth Nosworthy, widow of a soldier
Buckland Filleigh QS/24/1-2 1684 William Parker, soldier in Tangier
Buckland in The Moor QS/25 1673 John Spry, mariner in the Royall Katherine
Burlescombe QS/26/1-3 1660-1673 Robert Landman, soldier under Sir John Berkley
Cadbury QS/27   William Nickes, husbandman, soldier
Chagford QS/28/1 1681 William Bishopp, soldier under Captain Bartholomew Gidley
Chagford QS/28/2 1682 Thomas Brewer, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Chagford QS/28/3 1683 James Potter, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Chagford QS/28/4-5 1685 Richard Greepe, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Chagford QS/28/6 n.d William Seward, soldier
Christow QS/128/29/1 1683 Richard Wills, husbandman, soldier
Christow QS/128/29/2 1683 Michael Comings, soldier
Christow QS/128/29/3 1683 Gilbert Austin, husbandman, soldier
Christow QS/128/29/4 1684 John Rendle, weaver, soldier under Captain Hugh Stawell
Christow QS/128/29/5 n.d John Symons, soldier
Christow QS/128/29/6 n.d George Hall, soldier under Captain Wakeham
Chudleigh QS/128/30/1 1667 Julian Parr, widow of a sailor on the Henrietta
Chudleigh QS/128/30/2 1684 Able Collings, weaver, soldier under Captain John Cornelius
Chumleigh QS/128/31 1686 ---- soldier under Sir Amos Pollard
Churston Ferrers QS/128/32/1 1680 Susan Ratten, mother of ---- sailor in the Simon Peter of Dartmouth, bound for Bilbao, ransom £120
Churston Ferrers QS/128/32/2 1684 Elizabeth Mathews, wife of Mark Mathews, sailor in the Jacob and Benjamin of London, ransom £60
Churston Ferrers QS/128/32/3 1684 John Hull, sailor on the Resolution of Dartmouth, bound for Bilbao, ransom £61
Churston Ferrers QS/128/32/4 1686 Elizabeth, wife of Philip Knight, mariner on the Fortune of Plymouth, ransom about £100
Clawton QS/128/33 1675 Thomas Pearce, labourer, soldier under Thomas Speccott
Clayhidon QS/128/34   William Mutter, soldier in Ireland
Coldridge QS/128/35 1685 Lewis Jordan, soldier under Captain John Prideaux
Combeinteignhead QS/128/36 1673 Abel Cater, his eldest son taken by pirates, ransom 300 pieces of gold
Cornwood QS/128/37 1664 John Browne, soldier under Colonel John Buller
Cornworthy QS/128/38/1-2 1674 Jane Waymouth, widow of Samuel Waymouth, a sailor on the Dunkarke
Crediton QS/128/39/1 1661 Israell Gerd, soldier under Sir Allyn Apsley
Crediton QS/128/39/2 1682 Thomas Tawton, blacksmith, soldier in the garrison at Tangier
Crediton QS/128/39/3 n.d Nehemiah Burton, soldier under Major General Frowd
Crediton QS/128/39/4 1689 Francis Brownscombe, weaver soldier
Crediton QS/128/39/5 n.d Grace Kelland, widow of Matthew Kelland, soldier under Captain Burrington in Ireland
Cullompton QS/128/40/1 1675 Thomas Johnslin, soldier under Colonel John Buller
Cullompton QS/128/40/2 1677 Hugh Brown, soldier under Colonel Bluett
Cullompton QS/128/40/3 n.d William Jewell, soldier under Sir John Acland
Cullompton QS/128/40/4 1682 Daniel Allen, soldier
Cullompton QS/128/40/5 1683 Mark Drywood, soldier under Sir James Perriman
Cullompton QS/128/40/6 1683 James Symons, soldier in Scotland under Sir James Perriman
Cullompton QS/128/40/7-8   Chirstopher Matthews, blacksmith, farrier under Sir John Berklye
Cullompton QS/128/40/9 1683-1684 Thomas Persye, soldier
Dartington QS/128/41 1673 Thomas Reede, soldier under Sir Edward Seymour
Dartmouth QS/128/42/1 1661 John Pound, husbandman
Dartmouth QS/128/42/2 1668 John Pinke, seaman (not of Dartmouth)
Dartmouth QS/128/42/3 1673 Mary, widow of William Bastered, sailor on the Dunkirke, Elizabeth, widow of Nicholas Waile, sailor on the Swallow, Joane, widow of Thomas Pallmer, sailor on the James and Agnes, widow of John Mugford, sailor on the Dunkirk
Dartmouth QS/128/42/4 1673 Grace Eiles, widow of William, sailor on the Dartmouth, Ann Way widow of John, sailor on the Dartmouth and Joane Bremblecome widow of Richard, sailor on the Dragon, all died from "Callenture"
Dartmouth QS/128/42/5 1674 Alice Yard, widow, mother of Nicholas, William & John, all sailors, William on the Henry and John on the Yarmouth, all deceased
Dartmouth QS/128/42/6 1674 Thomazin Clements, widow of Michael and Cicely Tucker widow, of Walter, sailors on the Forrester
Dartmouth QS/128/42/7 1674 Joane Palmer, widow of Thomas, sailor on the Old James against the Dutch
Dartmouth QS/128/42/8 1674 Alice Ebsery, widow of Thomas Ebsery, sailor on the Saint Michael against the Dutch
Dartmouth QS/128/42/9 1674 Jane, widow of Michael Manninge, seaman on the Victory
Dartmouth QS/128/42/10 1674 Elizabeth Berry, widow of Christopher, shipwright on the Henrietta of "Callenture"
Dartmouth QS/128/42/11 1674 Mary, widow of Philip Austing, and Elizabeth, widow of Gabriel Hallaway, sailors on the Portsmouth and the Advice
Dartmouth QS/128/42/12 1674 Ann, widow of James Hunt, sailor on the Yorke, Elizabeth, widow, mother of Thomas Weeks, sailor on the Yorke, Jane, widow of Thomas Garland, sailor on the Yorke (spotted fever), Elizabeth widow of John Smith, sailor on the Dunkirk, Elizabeth Cornish, widow, mother of Andrew, Sailor on the Royal Soveraigne, all against the Dutch
Dartmouth QS/128/42/13 1674 Richard Bremblecombe, sailor on the Draggon
Dartmouth QS/128/42/14 1674 Thomas Ebsery, sailor on the Saint Michael and William Eales, sailor on the Dartmouth
Dartmouth QS/128/42/15 1674 Sarah Sarell, widow of John, sailor on the Crownation
Dartmouth QS/128/42/16 1679 William Tremills, sailor on the Dorothy of Dartmouth, taken by pirates, ransom £85
Dartmouth QS/128/42/17 1682 Richard Lee, netmaker, father of Elias, sailor on the Endeavor on a voyage from Virginia to London, taken by pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/18 1682 James Silby, master of the Barbara of Dartmouth on a voyage with fish from Newfoundland to Portugal, taken by Pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/19 1683 Susanna Pethybridge, wife of John Pethybridge, master of the John and Christopher of Dartmouth, taken by pirates with his servant, ransom £250
Dartmouth QS/128/42/20 1683 Rebecca Sulke, widow, mother of ---- sailor on the Mary Ann of Yarmouth, taken by pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/21 1683 Ann Phillmore, wife of Joseph, sailor on The Friendship of Ballerford in Ireland, taken by pirates on a voyage from Newfoundland to Bilbao
Dartmouth QS/128/42/22 1683 Elizabeth Osborn, wife of Nicholas Osborn, sailor on the Endevor of London, bound for London, taken by pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/23 1683 Mary, the wife of John Davis, mother in law of Andrew Crascey, taken by pirates in the John and Christopher of Dartmouth
Dartmouth QS/128/42/24-25 1683 Emling Stone, wife of John, sailor in The Flying Horse of Dartmouth, taken by pirates, ransom £210
Dartmouth QS/128/42/26 1684 1685 The relations of William Luckis, William Poole, Philip Tingcombe, Henry Flood, John Collings, Roger Binson?, Roger Tuckett, Joseph Charles, William Adams, Thomas Whiteing, Peter Allumn, Richard Fabian. John Hearth and John Giffard, sailors on the Blessing on a voyage from Newfoundland, taken by Pirates. Also Thomas Williams taken by pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/27 1687 The relations of Thomas Rowling, Nathaniel Jeffery, Lawrence Herswell and William Abraham, on the Adventure from Seville to London, taken by pirates (petition to the Bishop)
Dartmouth QS/128/42/28 1687 Joane Godfrey, wife of William Godfrey, master of the Adventure from Sevill to London, taken by pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/29 n.d Joshua Woodmason, sailor, taken by pirates, ransom £60
Dartmouth QS/128/42/30 1688 Robert Dolling, blacksmith on the Robert of Dartmouth, taken by pirates, ransom £40
Dartmouth QS/128/42/31 1688 Elizabeth Poole, sister of Thomas Williams, on the ship Parragon of Dartmouth, taken by pirates, ransom £30
Dartmouth QS/128/42/32 1688 Elizabeth Poole, wife of William Poole and Richard Fabings, father of Richard Fabings on the Blessing of Dartmouth, taken by pirates
Dartmouth QS/128/42/33 1688 Mary Nowell, widow, mother of Michael Saunders on the Eagle on a voyage from Newfoundland with a cargo of fish - taken by pirates (full description of the action) [Transcript].
Dawlish QS/128/43/1 1679 Nicholas Fox on The Mary of Topsham, on a voyage from Newfoundland to Bilbao, taken by pirates
Dawlish QS/128/43/2 1680 Mary, wife of George Voysie, sailor on the Hannah, from Portugal to Topsham, taken by pirates (petition to the bishop)
Dawlish QS/128/43/3   No. not used
Dawlish QS/128/43/4 1679 Mary, wife of George Voysie, sailor on the Hannah, from Portugal to Topsham, taken by pirates
Dawlish QS/128/43/5 n.d ane Crute, sister of John Crute the younger, sailor on the Hannah of Topsham, taken by pirates
Dawlish QS/128/43/6 n.d Pedericke, sailor on the Mary of Topsham, on a voyage from Newfoundland to Bilbao, taken by pirates.
Dittisham QS/128/44/1 1682 Sampson Caterey, aged 34, sailor on the Society of Rye, on a voyage from Oporto to London, taken by pirates
Dittisham QS/128/44/2 1682 Richard Hillersdon, soldier under Sir Edward Seymour
Dodbrooke QS/128/45/1-2 1685 Edward Mumford, husbandman, soldier under Sir Edward Seymour
Doddiscombesleigh QS/128/46 1669 Thomas Wills, soldier
Drewsteignton QS/128/47/1 1660 David Winslade, soldier
Drewsteignton QS/128/47/2 n.d Robert Elston, soldier under Captain Thomas Fulford
Drewsteignton QS/128/47/3 n.d Thomas Sutter, soldier under Colonel Piper
Drewsteignton QS/128/47/4 n.d Henry Quaintance, soldier under Captain Richard Porter
Dunchideock QS/128/48 1670 John Pearce, sailor in the Royal Charles, against the Dutch
Dunterton QS/128/49/1-2 1684 John Corde, soldier under Sir Bevill Grenvill
East Allington QS/128/50 1679 Peter Elys, sailor in the Happy Return, against the Dutch
East Stonehouse QS/128/51/1 1672 Elizabeth Hawke, widow of Edward Hawke, sailor in the Royal James, against the Dutch
East Stonehouse QS/128/51/2 1674 Julian Luce, widow of -, sailor in the Royal James, against the Dutch
East Teignmouth QS/128/52/1-2 1673 Walter Clode, sailor in the Munmuth against the Dutch
Exeter QS/128/53/1 1671 Edward Bragge, soldier in the qarrison at Tangier
Exeter QS/128/53/2 1681 Ralph Porter, soldier under Colonel Thomas Walker
Exeter QS/128/53/3 1683 William Of, father of Elias Of, sailor on The Mary of Topsham on a voyage from Newfoundland to Bilbao, taken by pirates, ransom £80
Exeter, St. Leonard QS/128/54 n.d Thomas Manly, soldier under Sir James Smith
Exeter, St. Sidwell QS/128/55/1 1674 Samuel Giles, woolcomber, sailor in the Bristol against the Dutch
Exeter, St. Sidwell QS/128/55/2 n.d John West, soldier
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/56/1 1663 Walter Lane
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/56/2 1672 Mary Style, widow of Peter Style, sailor in the Royal Katherine, against the Dutch
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/56/3 n.d John Andrews, soldier under Leutenant Colonel Appsly
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/56/4 1679 Richard Splat, soldier
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/56/5 n.d Gilbert Lane, son of -----
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/57/1 1666 Dorothy Harris, widow of -----, sailor in the Serline
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/57/2 1667 John Basse, sailor against the Dutch
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/57/3 1681 Thomas Luckas, husbandman, father of ----, sailor on the Desire of Topsham, taken by pirates
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/57/4 1683 Mary Hare, sister of Oliver Hare, sailor on the Conqueror of London on a voyage from Jamaica to London, taken by pirates, ransom £75
Exeter St. Thomas QS/128/57/5 n.d William Oliver, sailor
Georgenympton QS/128/58 1671 Nathaniel Creech, soldier
Hatherleigh QS/128/59/1 1669 Richard Gorford, soldier (want increase from 20s. as Edward Legg has 30s)
Hatherleigh QS/128/59/2 n.d William Beckalake, soldier under Sir Thomas Ashton
Heavitree QS/128/60/1 1663 William Venner, soldier
Heavitree QS/128/60/2 1676 William Venner, soldier (increase)
Hennock QS/128/61/1 1660 Giles Murch, soldier at Cales
Hennock QS/128/61/2 1674 John Leaker, weaver, father of Peter Leaker, sailor on the Golden Rutter
High Week QS/128/62 1679 Jane, the wife of Nathaniel Stephens, soldier
Holne QS/128/63/1 1683 Bartholomew Stertavant, soldier under Sir John Acland
Holne QS/128/63/2-3   George Mynard, tailor, soldier
Honiton QS/128/64/1 1660 Nicholas Jewell, soldier under Captain Warham St Leger
Honiton QS/128/64/2-3 1660 Bartholomew Venn, soldier in the north
Honiton QS/128/64/4 1666 Henry Hoskins, soldier
Honiton QS/128/64/5 1683 Henry Osement, soldier
Ilfracombe QS/128/65 1684 Richard Bruton, shipwright and Agnes his wife on behalf of their son. William, sailor on the Angel Gabriel of Bristol on a voyage from Bristol, taken by pirates, ransom about £100
Ipplepen QS/128/66 1681 Edward Bulley, father of Edward Bulley, sailor in the Hopewell of Dartmouth on a voyage from Newfoundland to Alicant, taken by pirates, ransom £80 or more
Kenn QS/128/67 1672 Thomas Miller, sailor against the Dutch
Kentisbeare QS/128/68 n.d George Riggs, soldier under Colonel Sanderson
Kenton QS/128/69/1 n.d Joseph Way, sailor on the Fountain and Sweepstakes
Kenton QS/128/69/2 n.d Thomas Moale, father of Thomas Moale, aged 15 taken by pirates, ransom £80
Kenton QS/128/69/3 n.d Jane, wife of Samuel Clarke, mate of the Societie of Topsham on a voyage from Newfoundland, taken by pirates, ransom £125
Kenton QS/128/69/4 1673 Robert Simon, sailor in the Royal Katherine, against the Dutch
Kenton QS/128/69/5 1674 John Davy, sailor on The Royal Charles
Kenton QS/128/69/6 1682 Thomas Jope, father of John Jope, sailor on the Port Marchant of Topsham, taken by Pirates
Kenton QS/128/69/7 1682 John Moale, sailor on the Port Marchant of Topsham taken by pirates (certificate)
Kenton QS/128/69/8 1682 Elizabeth Hooper, widow, mother of William, sailing from Bulbao to Mallaga taken by pirates, ransom £60
Kenton QS/128/69/9 1683 Catherine, wife of John Molle (sic) sailor on the Port Marchant of Topsham, taken by pirates, ransom
Kenton QS/128/69/10 1683 Mary Oliver of Powderham on behalf of Nicholas Wotten, sailor on the Port Marchant of Topsham, taken by pirates
Kenton QS/128/69/11 1683 John Whiterow, soldier on the Port Marchant of Topsham, taken by pirates
Kilmington QS/128/70 1671 Elias Quicke of Kilmington, soldier under Colonel Chomley and Sir Courtenay Pole
Kingsbridge QS/128/71/1 1673 Joseph Bastard, his eldest son aged about 20, captured by pirates
Kingsbridge QS/128/71/2 1683 John Hodge, soldier under Sir Edmund Fortescue
Kingsbridge QS/128/71/3 1688 Morgan Lishans, soldier
Kingsbridge QS/128/71/4 n.d Walter Huxham, joiner, soldier
Kingsnympton QS/128/72 n.d Hugh Viccary, soldier
Kingswear QS/128/73/1 1674 Joane Bickford, widow of Richard Bickford, sailor in the Forrester
Kingswear QS/128/73/2 1674 Jane Reynolds, widow of Hugh Reynolds sailor in the Gloster, against the Dutch
Kingswear QS/128/73/3 1674 Margaret Hannaford, widow of Philip Hannaford, sailor in the Royal James, against the the Dutch
Kingswear QS/128/73/4 1681 Sarah Bloy, wife of George Bloy, sailor on the Speedwell of Dartmouth, taken by pirates, ransom £70
Littleham QS/128/74 n.d Amy Southwood, widow, her husband a sailor on the Portsmouth
Lustleigh QS/128/75/1 1681 Robert Spray, husbandman, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Lustleigh QS/128/75/2 1684 Laurence Elliott, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Lydford QS/128/76/1-4 1683-1684 Robert Cooke, soldier under Captain Bidlake
Lympstone QS/128/77/1 1667 Julian Tilt, widow of Philip Tilt, sailor on the Royal James against the Dutch
Lympstone QS/128/77/2 1673 Elizabeth Reede on behalf of William Bright, aged 56, taken by pirates, ransom £50
Lympstone QS/128/77/3-4 1674 Mary Labbet, widow of Henry Labbet, sailor on the Will Dogger against the Dutch
Lympstone QS/128/77/5 1682 George Taylor, sailor, taken by pirates, ransom £120
Lympstone QS/128/77/6 1683 Mary Taylor, wife of George Taylor, master of the Speedwell of Topsham, taken by Pirates, ransom £120
Maker QS/128/78/1 n.d Margery Skinner, widow of John Skinner, sailor in the Royal James against the Dutch
Maker QS/128/78/2 1674 Elizabeth Colling, widow of Richard Colling, sailor in the Royal James against the Dutch
Maker QS/128/78/3 1674 Margaret Wight, widow of John Wight, sailor in the Royal James against the Dutch
Maker QS/128/78/4 1674 Sarah Bowers, widow of Anthony Bowers, sailor in the Royal James against the Dutch
Maker QS/128/78/5 n.d Constance Dweane, widow of Anthony Dweane, sailor in the Royal James against the Dutch
Maker QS/128/78/6 1683 Mary Robbins, a near relation of Pentecost Martaine, taken by pirates, ransom £70
Maker QS/128/78/7 1684 Priscilla Pearse, widow, her son a sailor in the Lamb of Plymouth, taken by pirates, ransom £80
Malborough QS/128/79/1 1661 Thomas Hoopper
Malborough QS/128/79/2 n.d Jane Maddock, widow, her husband a sailor in the Dunkirk, against the Dutch
Malborough QS/128/79/3 1674 Daniel Madock, slain in the Dunkirk against the dutch
Marwood QS/128/80   William Furshill, soldier
Maristowe QS/128/81 1683 Dennis Tamlyn, soldier under Sir Thomas Hele
Marytavy QS/128/82 1678 Walter Williams, soldier under Sir Bevill Grenvile
Milton Abbot QS/128/83/1 1683 Edward Westcott, soldier under Lord Mohun
Milton Abbot QS/128/83/2 1683 Bartholomew Monk, soldier under Sir Nicholas Slaning
Modbury QS/128/84/1-3 1685 William Hutchings, soldier
Molland QS/128/85/1-2 1660 John Fisher, soldier under Colonel Apslie
Molland QS/128/85/3 1664 Griffin Morgan, husbandman, under Captain Yeo
Morchard Bishop QS/128/86/1 1672 Thomas Mortimer, husbandman, soldier under Colonel Cooke
Morchard Bishop QS/128/86/2 n.d Richard Delve, soldier under Sir John Bartlay
Morchard Bishop QS/128/86/3 n.d Israel Tucker, soldier under Sir Amos Pollard
Morchard Bishop QS/128/86/4 n.d Thomas Jope, mason, soldier under Sir John Acland
Moretonhampstead QS/128/87/1 1684 John Cary against the Dutch
Moretonhampstead QS/128/87/2 n.d Alling Cruse, soldier under Captain Gidley
Moretonhampstead QS/128/87/3 n.d John Denbowe, soldier under Captain Hugh Stawell
Moretonhampstead QS/128/87/4 n.d Benomy Desent, soldier on the Prince Royal against the Dutch
Moretonhampstead QS/128/87/5 n.d Chirstopher Berry, weaver, soldier under Sir Edmund Fortiskue
Netherexe QS/128/88 1660 Richard Purselake, soldier under Sir John Berkley
Newton Abbot QS/128/89/1-2 1660 Richard Garnesey, worstedcomber [See also Highweek and Newton Bushell]
Newton Bushell QS/128/90 1674 Thomas Oricke, able seaman on the Royal Charles against the Dutch
Northam QS/128/91 1683 Hugh Sexon, soldier under Colonel Digby
North Molton QS/128/92/1 1660 Henry Locke, soldier under Sir Edmund Fortiscue
North Molton QS/128/92/2 1660 Thomas Bushton, soldier under Sir John Digby
North Molton QS/128/92/3 1663 Henry Locke, soldier under Sir Edmund Fortiscue
North Molton QS/128/92/4 1679 William Wilsheere, drummer under Lord Albermarle at the restoration
North Molton QS/128/92/5 n.d John Zeale, soldier under Colonel Amias Pollard
Oakford QS/128/93/1 1663 Edmund Ware, soldier under Colonel Giffard
Oakford QS/128/93/1 1663 Edmund Ware, soldier under Colonel Giffard
Oakford QS/128/93/2 1676 William How
Okehampton QS/128/94/1 1686 Andrew Heywood, soldier under Captain Gidley
Okehampton QS/128/94/2 1687 John Zeldon, soldier under Sir John Barkley
Okehampton QS/128/94/3 n.d James Woodman, soldier under Colonel Tremayne
Otterton QS/128/95 1663 William Balhatchet
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/1 1660 Christopher Mathew, Henry Browne and Humphrey Tillard, soldiers under Sir Richard Cholmeley
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/2 1666 Ruben Clarke, sailor on the Surloyne
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/3 1671 Elias Thomas, soldier under Lord Barcklay
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/4 1673-1675 Francis Donne, soldier under the Marquis of Hartford
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/5 1674 John Fitz, soldier, his house was burnt down and all his goods destroyed
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/6 1677 Mary Huddy, widow of Henry Huddy and of Thomas Cummons both soldiers
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/7 1677 Walter Chicke, carpenter, soldier under Sir Richard Chaumley
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/8 1683 John Scott
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/9-10 1683 Christopher Mathew, fuller, father of Christopher Mathew, sailor in the Mary Pinke of Topsham on a voyage from Newfoundland to Bilbao, taken by pirates, ransom £80
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/11 1684 Robert Hill, mason, soldier
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/12 1684 Peter Salter, husbandman, soldier under Sir John Acland
Ottery St. Mary QS/128/96/13 n.d Richard Norman, husbandman, soldier under Sir Hugh Windom
Paignton QS/128/97/1-2 1674 Joan Drew, widow of William Drew, sailor on the Hunter
Paignton QS/128/97/3-4 1674 Ann Powne, widow of Richard Powne, able seaman on the Dunkirk against the Dutch
Paignton QS/128/97/5 1683 Ann Powne, mother of Richard Powne aged 22, sailor on the Symon Peter of Dartmouth on a voyage from Newfoundland to Bilboa, ransom £70
Paignton QS/128/97/6 1684 Order to pay 50s towards the redemption of Zachary Smith
Paignton QS/128/97/7 1686 William Smith, sailor against the Dutch
Payhembury QS/128/98/1 1674 Joane Flea, widow of John Flea, sailor in the St Michael against the Dutch
Payhembury QS/128/98/2 1675 William Symons, soldier
Plymouth QS/128/99/1 1665 Anne Pomeroy, widow of William Pomeroy, sailor in the Dolphin
Plymouth QS/128/99/2 1683 Mary Linch, wife of John Linch, sailor on the Virginia of Plymouth, captured by pirates, has collected pound 75 & needs £10 more
Plymouth QS/128/99/3 n.d Anne, wife of Abraham Hammatt, mariner on the Grace Pinke of Plymouth on a voyage to Newfoundland taken by pirates, ransom over £250
Plymouth QS/128/99/4 1684 Jane Hele, her husband was master of the Amity of Plymouth on a voyage between Lisbon and England taken by pirates, ransom £500 reduced to £125
Plymouth QS/128/99/5 1684 Mary Lewis, wife of Arthur Lewis mariner, mate on the Grace Pinck on a voyage to Newfoundland taken by pirates off Falmouth, ransom £100
Plymouth QS/128/99/6-7 1688 Robert Hynes, father of Henry Hynes, sailor on a voyage from Portugal to Newfoundland, taken by pirates, ransom £40
Plympton QS/128/100 1663 William Johns, soldier under Colonel John Trevanion
Plympton St Mary QS/128/101/1-3 1661-1667 Henry Browne, soldier under Colonel Digbie
Plymstock QS/128/102/1-2 1662 Grace Batishill, widow of Beorge Battishill, soldier under Captain Anthony Sterte
Plymtree QS/128/103/1 1663 Abraham Doble, soldier under Colonel Richard Arundell
Plymtree QS/128/103/2-3 1671 William Blewett, soldier under Colonel John Acland
Powderham QS/128/104 1669 Gilbert Shute, sailor in the Yorke against the Dutch
St Mary Church QS/128/105/1 1673 Christopher Cowell, cordwainer, sailor on the Ann against the Dutch
St Mary Church QS/128/105/2 1677 Anne Honey, widow of Joseph Honey, master of the Algier
St Mary Church QS/128/105/3 1683 Bonaventure Cowle, father of Bonaventure Cowle, sailor on the Anthony of London on a voyage from London to Lisbon taken by pirates, ransom £135 (Bonaventure Cowle senior has been captured 3 times)
Salcombe QS/128/106 1663 Thomas Hooper, gunner under Sir Edmund Fortescue
Sampford Courtney QS/128/107/1 1678 James Harvey, soldier under Lord Hopton
Sampford Courtney QS/128/107/2 1679 John Heywood, soldier
Sampford Courtney QS/128/107/3 1681 John Northam, husbandman, soldier under Colonel Richard Arundell
Sampford Peverell QS/128/108/1 1664 Philip Shapcott, soldier under Major Humphrey Sydenham
Sampford Peverell QS/128/108/2 n.d Robert Webber, soldier under Colonel Thomas Walker
Sannard (?Sandford) QS/128/109 1679 Mary Williams, widow of Thomas Williams, soldier
Shaldon St Nicholas QS/128/110 1663 Grace Cursons, widow of Abraham Cursons, able seaman against the dutch
Sheldon QS/128/111 1680 John Marchant, soldier under Sir Ralph Hopton
Sidbury QS/128/112/1 1672 John Tree, husbandman, soldier under Colonel Absley
Sidbury QS/128/112/2-3 1674 Daniel White, husbandman, soldier
Sidmouth QS/128/113/1 1663 Elianor Levermore, widow of Robert Levermore, sailor on the King Farnando against the Dutch
Sidmouth QS/128/113/2 1673 Margaret Haycraft, widow of John Haycraft, sailor on the Dunkerke against the Dutch
Silverton QS/128/114/1-3 1675-1679 William Buckingham, labourer, soldier under Sir John Acland
Silverton QS/128/114/4 1680 Peter Kingdon, tailor, soldier under Sir John Acland
Silverton QS/128/114/5-6 1685-1686 William Daly, soldier
South Molton QS/128/115 1686 William Marker, blacksmith, soldier under Lord Willmotte
South Tawton QS/128/116/1 1663 Richard Drew
South Tawton QS/128/116/2 1688 John Huntington, soldier under Sir Nicholas Slanning
Spreyton QS/128/117/1 1684 John Taylor, soldier
Spreyton QS/128/117/2 1687 John Howard, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Spreyton QS/128/117/3 1688 Edward Bruin, soldier under Colonel Tremaine
Staverton QS/128/118/1,3 1680-1681 Richard Gortley, soldier in Tangier for 18 years
Staverton QS/128/118/2 1683 John Anthony, husbandman, soldier under Sir Bevill Greenfeild
Stoke Gabriel QS/128/119/1 1678 William Efford, soldier under Sir Henry Cary
Stoke Gabriel QS/128/119/2 1683 John Churchward, soldier under Sir Edward Seymour
Stokenham QS/128/120/1 1660 William Withycombe, soldier under Sir Edmund Fortescue
Stokenham QS/128/120/2-3 1682 Andrew Adams, sailor against the dutch
Stokenham QS/128/120/4 1684 Elizabeth Maddick, widowed mother of Robert Maddick, sailor on the John and Christopher of Dartmouth, taken by pirates, ransom £100
Stokenham QS/128/120/5 n.d Richard Woody, husbandman father of Roger Woody sailor on the Danby of London, taken by pirates ransom £130 Stonehouse, East see East Stonehouse
Tavistock QS/128/121/1 1660 John Hillman, soldier
Tavistock QS/128/121/2 1661 Gregory Edmonds, soldier
Tavistock QS/128/121/3 1673 Stephen Symmons, husbandman, soldier under Sir Henry Carew
Tavistock QS/128/121/4 1675 Stephen Chapman, carpenter, soldier under Sir Henry Cary
Tavistock QS/128/121/5 1675 Thomas Macey, labourer, solider under Sir Nicholas Slanning
Tavistock QS/128/121/6 1682 Stephen Chapman, carpenter, soldier under Sir Henry Cary
Tavistock QS/128/121/7 1682 Edward Carew, soldier aged 87
Tavistock QS/128/121/8-9 1682 Thomas Geach, husbandman, soldier
Tavistock QS/128/121/10,13 1683 William Ellicott, soldier under Major Jacobb
Tavistock QS/128/121/11 n.d Francis Glubb, soldier aged 90 years
Tavistock QS/128/121/12 1683 John Steevens, husbandman, soldier under Sir Bevill Grenvill
Tavistock QS/128/121/14 1684 Hugh Crosse, soldier under Sir Richard Grenvile
Tavistock QS/128/121/15 1684 Allen Nicholls, claims to be a soldier to receive a pension if proved
Tavistock QS/128/121/16 1685 John Isaack, hellier and Elizabeth his wife, their son Francis Isaack, sailor on the Little Diamond of Topsham taken by pirates, ransom £70
Tavistock QS/128/121/17 n.d John Norman, fuller, soldier under Colonel Wenford
Tavistock QS/128/121/18 1688 Nicholas Pointer, fuller, soldier under Sir Henry Cary
Tavistock QS/128/121/19 n.d Henry Farwel soldier under Sir Edward Wise
Teignmouth QS/128/122 1674 Mary Davys, widow of William Davys, sailor on the Henry against the Dutch
Thorverton QS/128/123/1-4 1660 Thomas Marshall, soldier under Colonel Blewett
Throwleigh QS/128/124 1683 William Battishill, soldier under Colonel Shelly
Thurlestone QS/128/125/1-2 1663 Philip Luckham, soldier under Sir Edmund Fortescue
Topsham QS/128/126/1 1673 Mary wife of Andrew Hodder, master and part owner of the Mavy of Topsham returning from Portugal, taken by pirates, ransom £180
Topsham QS/128/126/2 1673 Sarah Farrant, wife of William Farrant, sailor on the Good Success of Topsham belonging to Nicholas Broking of Exeter, merchant, taken by pirates, ransom £70
Topsham QS/128/126/3 1673 Charity Tomline, widow, mother of a son of 22, sailor on a ship from the port of Exon, taken by pirates, ransom £75
Topsham QS/128/126/4 1673 Ursula, wife of William Phippard, mariner master & part owner of the Good Defence of Topsham on a voyage to Malaga and other places, taken by pirates with two of his sons and the rest of the ship's company
Topsham QS/128/126/5 1681 Thomas Moore, soldier under Sir Edward Seymour
Topsham QS/128/126/6   Elizabeth Mountstephen, wife of Isaac Mountstephen, sailor on a voyage to Barbados on the Royal Prince of Topsham, taken by pirates
Topsham QS/128/126/7 1682 Mary Caldome, wife of Samuel Caldome, mate on The John Pinke of Topsham on a voyage to Barbados taken by pirates, ransom £180
Topsham QS/128/126/8 1682 Hannah Shower, wife of Samuel Shower, sailor in the John Pincke of Topsham on a voyage to Barbados taken by pirates, ransom 12 pieces of eight
Topsham QS/128/126/9 1682 Sarah Greene, widow, mother of Thomas Green, sailor in the John of Topsham, taken by pirates, ransom £80
Topsham QS/128/126/10 1682 William Off, father of Elias Off, sailor, taken by pirates
Topsham QS/128/126/11 1683 Hannah Worth, wife of John Worth, sailor on the John Pinke on a voyage to Barbados, taken by pirates, ransom 400 dollars
Topsham QS/128/126/12 1684 Thomas Clement, a poor orphan, sailor on the Elizabeth of London on a voyage from London to Amsterdam to Ireland, then to Barbados and to Serenham, taken by pirates about 50 leagues west of Scilly, ransom £80
Topsham QS/128/126/13 1685 Thomas Moore, tailor, soldier under Sir Edward Saymore
Torbryan QS/128/127 1662 Stephen Langmead, soldier under Lord Warwick
Tormohum QS/128/128/1 1685 Elizabeth Smith, wife of Michael Smith and mother of Thomas, sailors, taken by pirates, ransom £80
Tormohum QS/128/128/2 n.d Christopher Cowell, sailor on King Fardinando against the Dutch
Tormohum QS/128/129/1-2 1663 Henry Nicholls, labourer, soldier under Lord Hopton
Tormohum QS/128/129/3 1673 William Broad, aged 28, sailor, taken by pirates (petition)
Tormohum QS/128/129/4 1673 The Parents and relations of William Broad, aged 28, Hercules Mudge and Robert Wollaton aged about 22 years, sailors on a ship of Mr Thomas Brooking, taken by pirates, ransom £60 each
Tormohum QS/128/129/5 1676 Thomas Edwards, woolcomber, soldier under Sir Henry Carew
Tormohum QS/128/129/6 n.d Mary Dyer, daughter of Mathew Dyer, mariner, taken by pirates, ransom £70
Tormohum QS/128/129/7 1687 Samuel Eastly, father of Richard Eastly, sailor aged 25, taken by pirates, ransom £80 by pirates, ransom £80
Tormohum QS/128/129/8 n.d Peter Sampson, sailor, taken by pirates, balance of ransom £12 to be paid to Mr Richard Holder, merchant of London
Trusham QS/128/130 1678 John Wills, weaver, soldier under Bartholomew Gidley
Uplyme QS/128/131/1-2 1686 John Fowler, carpenter, sailor
West Avington QS/128/132 1681 Isaac Crocker, sailor on The Saint Andrew, against the dutch
West Teignmouth QS/128/133   William Tapley, sailor on the Morleaux of Topsham on a voyage from Lisbon to Newfoundland, taken by pirates ransom £60 11s. 3d.
Whitchurch QS/128/134 1675 Richard Drake, labourer, soldier under Sir Nicholas Slaning
Widicombe QS/128/135 1669 Captain Nicholas Bennett, solider
Widworthy QS/128/136/1 1660 John Hoyle, soldier under Captain Snelling
Widworthy QS/128/136/2 1681 John Howell, soldier
Winkleigh QS/128/137/1 1661 John Large, soldier for Queen Elizabeth in Ireland (aged about 100)
Witheridge QS/128/138 1660 Andrew Bradford, husbandman, solider under Colonel Asson
Woodbury QS/128/139/1 1666 John Lyde, soldier
Woodbury QS/128/139/2 1683 Joan Pyne, wife of William Pyne, sailor on the Diamond of Topsham, on a voyage from Lisbon, taken by pirates, ransom £120
Yarnscombe QS/128/140 1683 William Campin, father of John Campin, sailor on the Society of London, taken by pirates, ransom £112
Yealmpton QS/128/141 1663 Philip Mole, soldier under Sir Thomas Hele
Zeal Monachorum QS/128/142/1 1663 Henry Drew, soldier
Zeal Monachorum QS/128/142/2 1671 William Tucker, soldier
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/1 1661 David Merrill, soldier
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/2 1661 John Lange, soldier under Sir Edmund Howell
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/3 1664 Andrew Meadland, soldier under Sir Harry Carey
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/4 1666 Isaac Dyer, soldier under Sir Henry Carey
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/5 1666 Mr Peter Ellis, sailor on the Happy Return
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/6 1669 John Jones, soldier
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/7 1671 Mathew Chubb, solider
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/8 1671 George Brage, soldier under Sir John Skelton
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/9 1671 Natheniel Stephens, sailor on the Royal Charles admitted to St. Thomas Hospital
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/10 1675 Thomas Box, captain under Sir John Berkeley
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/11 1676 James Morle, soldier
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/12 1680 Agnes, widow of Michael Mauley
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/13 1681 William Baswarthack, soldier under Sir Hugh Piper
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/14 1683 Ralph Porter and Thomas Moore, soldiers
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/15 1684 Thomas Nutt (?) soldier, cousin of William Poulett
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/16 1684 Elizabeth Butland alias Game mother of Thomas Game, aged 21, sailor on the Symon Peter of Dartmouth, taken by pirates ransom £90
Parish Not Given QS/128/143/17 1685 Liddea Austin, widow, mother of a son taken by pirates, ransom 800 or 1000 dollars
Miscellaneous QS/128/144/1 1661 Order for Mr Northcote, treasurer to pay pensions to the maimed soldiers
Miscellaneous QS/128/144/2 1666 Order to Ellis Veryard of Plymtree to examine maimed soldiers in the hundreds of Tiverton, Halberton, Bampton, Hayridge and Hemyock
Miscellaneous QS/128/144/3 1666 Order to Thomas Fidoe of Ottery St Mary to examine maimed soldiers in the hundreds of Colyton and Axminster
Miscellaneous QS/128/145 n.d Unsigned petition for continuing pensions
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/1 1660 List of pensioners. 85 names. £241.03.4
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/2 July 1661 List of pensioners. 34 names
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/3 Apr 1661 List of pensioners. 56 names
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/4   Number not used
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/5 1662 List of pensioners. 43 names
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/7 1664 List of pensioners in Kilmington. 5 names
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/8 1674 Order to pay gratuities to 10 widows whose husbands had been slain in the wars against the dutch
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/9 1678-1679 Account of the treasurer for maimed soldiers 212 names (£449.10.00) no parishes
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/10 1679-1680 Account of treasurer for maimed soldiers 191 names (£441.17.6), 6 new pensioners, no parishes
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/11 1682-1683 Account of the treasurer for maimed soldiers 191 names (£459.12.06) no parishes
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/12 1683 Names of 7 captives, 8 yearly pensioners & 4 widows
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/13 1683-1684 Treasurers Maimed Soldiers Account. 147 names (£480.10.00)
Miscellaneous QS/128/146/14 n.d Money advanced against pension, 4 names

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