Knights of the Royal Oak

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The Knights of the Royal Oak was an intended order of knighthood. It was proposed in 1660 at the time of the restoration of Charles II of England, known as the English Restoration. It was to be a reward to those Englishmen who faithfully & actively supported him during his exile in France. The knights so created were to be called "Knights of the Royal Oak", and bestowed with a silver medal, on a ribbon, depicting the king in the Royal oak tree,[1] a reference to the oak tree at Boscobel House, then called the "Oak of Boscobel",[2] in which King Charles II hid to escape the Roundheads after the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Men were selected from all the counties of England and Wales, with the number from each county being in proportion to the population. William Dugdale in 1681 noted 687 names, each with a valuation of their estate in pounds per year. The estates of 18 men were valued at more than £3,000 per year. The names of the recipients are also listed in the baronetages, published in five volumes, 1741.[3]

The award was abandoned before being formally established, out of concerns that it might perpetuate dissension and keep alive the differences between Parliament and the King, which were better left forgotten:

"...it being wisely judged," says Noble, in his 'Memoirs of the Cromwell family', "that the order was calculated only to keep awake animosities, which it was the part of wisdom to lull to sleep." Henry Cromwell, a zealous royalist and first cousin once removed to Oliver Cromwell, was one of the men proposed to be one of these knights. He had by then changed his name to Williams.[4]

Instead of individual honours being made, the 29th of May, Charles' birthday, was set aside as "Royal Oak Day," and "Oak Apple Day" to commemorate the Restoration. Celebration was made by the wearing of oak leaves in the hat; oak apples gilded, with a few leaves surrounding them, were sold in the streets of London. The statue of Charles I of England, at Charing Cross, was also decorated with branches of oak on this day. The holiday is still celebrated today as Oak Apple Day.[5]

Knights of the Royal Oak, intended recipients[edit]

Bedfordshire[edit]

Berkshire[edit]

  • John Blagrave £2,000
  • Hungerford Dunch £2,000
  • John Elwayes £700
  • Edmund Fettiplace £700
  • John Freeman £800
  • Richard Garrard £1,000
  • Edward Keyte £1,000
  • Sir St. John Moore £1,500
  • Colonel Richard Nevil £1,500
  • George Purefoy £3,000
  • Sir Compton Read, 1st Baronet £2000
  • John Whitwicke £800

Buckinghamshire[edit]

  • — Abraham, of Wingrave £600
  • Thomas Catesby £800
  • — Claver, of Woovinge £600
  • Captain Peter Dayrell £600
  • Charles Dormer £3,000
  • William Dormer £1,000
  • Francis Ingoldsby £1,000
  • — Wells, of Lillingston £600

Cambridgeshire[edit]

Cheshire[edit]

  • Thomas Baskerville £1,000
  • Thomas Cholmondeley £2,000
  • John Crew £1,000
  • Roger[6] Grosvenor of Eaton £3,000
  • Henry Harpur £600
  • — Leigh of Lyme £4,000
  • Sir Thomas Mainwaring, 1st Baronet £1,000
  • James Poole £2,000
  • Darcie Savage £1,000
  • Edward Spencer £600
  • Peter Wilbraham £1,000
  • Roger Wilbraham £1,000
  • Sir Thomas Wilbraham £3,000

Cornwall[edit]

  • — Boscowen £4,000
  • Francis Buller £3,000
  • Piers Edgecumbe £2,000
  • — Ellyott, of Port Eliot
  • Colonel — Godolphin £1,000
  • Charles Grylls £700
  • — Hallett £800
  • Samuel Pendarvis £1,500
  • — Penrose £1,000
  • James Praed £600 [7]
  • Edmund Prideaux £900
  • Charles Roscarrocke £800
  • Oliver Sawle £1,000
  • William Scawen £800
  • Joseph Tredenham £900
  • John Vivyan £1,000

Cumberland[edit]

  • Francis Howard £1,500
  • Colonel Lamplugh £1,000
  • William Layton £1,000
  • Christopher Musgrave £1,000
  • Thomas Curwen £1,000
  • William Penington £1,000
  • Edward Stanley £600
  • Wrightington Senhouse £600

Devon[edit]

Dorset[edit]

  • — Baskervile £1,000
  • Col. Humphrey Bishop £800
  • Capt. Henry Boteler £600
  • Thomas Freake £4,000
  • Col. Robert Lawrence £700
  • Woolley Miller £1,000
  • John Still £1,000
  • Col. Strangwayes £5,000
  • William Thomas £600
  • John Tregonwell £1,100
  • Sir John Turbervile £1,500

Durham[edit]

  • Col. William Blakeston £600
  • Anthony Byerley £600
  • Samuel Davison £600
  • Colonel Eden £1,000
  • Marke Milbanke £2,000
  • Ralph Millett £600
  • John Tempest £1,000

Essex[edit]

  • Sir William Ayloffe, 3rd Baronet £1,000
  • Capt. Bramston £1,000
  • — Clifton of Woodford £800
  • Thomas Coates £1,000
  • William Knight £1,000
  • Thomas Lewther £1,000
  • Capt. Charles Maynard £1,000
  • Capt. Charles Mildmay £1,000
  • Major Scott £1,000
  • Henry Woolaston £1,000
  • John Wrothe £1,500

Gloucestershire[edit]

  • John Browneinge £800
  • Duncombe Colchester £800
  • William Cooke £1,000
  • John Delabere £1,000
  • Benedict Hall of High Meadow £4,000
  • Sir Humphrey Hanmore (qv Hanham) £1,000
  • Sir Humphrey Hooke £1,500
  • William Jones £800
  • Thomas Lloyd £800
  • Thomas Masters £1,000
  • Thomas Morgan £800
  • John Smythe £1,000
  • Richard Stevens £800

Hampshire[edit]

  • Sir Humphrey Bennet knt £1,000
  • Major Edward Cooke £1,500
  • Henry Cooke esq the younger £1,000
  • Edward Knight esq of Chawton £1,000
  • John Norton esq £1,000
  • George Pitt esq of Strathfieldsay £4,000
  • Sir Henry Titchborne of Titchbourne £1,000
  • William Wall esq of Crundall £1,000
  • William Walle esq of Leushott £1,000

Herefordshire[edit]

Hertfordshire[edit]

  • Edward Bashe £1,500
  • Edmund Field £600
  • John Gore £600
  • Ralph Gore £600
  • William Gore £800
  • — Harrison of Balls £600
  • John Jessen £600
  • Thomas Keytley £800
  • Capt. Thomas Morley £1,000
  • Francis Shalcrosse £800
  • Peter Soames £1,500
  • Edward Watts £600
  • Sir Henry Wrothe of Durante, in Enfield, Middlesex £2,000

Huntingdonshire[edit]

  • — Apreece esq of Washingley £1,000
  • Robert Apreece esq £1,500
  • Richard Naylor esq £600
  • Thomas Rous esq £800
  • John Stone esq £1,000
  • Major Lionel Walden esq £600
  • Henry Williams esq of Bodsey £2,000

Kent[edit]

  • Edward Badbye esq £1,000
  • John Clinckerd esq £600
  • William Delaune knt £2,500
  • William Dyke esq £1,000
  • Thomas Englishe esq £700
  • Humphrey Hide, jun esq £600
  • William Kenwricke esq £600
  • Thomas Leigh knt £1,500
  • Stephen Leonard esq £1,000
  • Edward Roper esq £2,000
  • William Roper esq £600
  • Sir Richard Sands knt £1,000
  • Roger Twisden esq £1,000

Lancashire[edit]

  • Francis Anderton esq £1,000
  • Col James Anderton £1,500
  • Edmund Asheton esq £1,000
  • Christopher Banister esq £1,000
  • Richard Boteler esq £1,000
  • — Ffarrington esq of Worden £1,000
  • — Fleetwood esq of Penwortham £1,000
  • Thomas Greenhalgh esq £1,000
  • John Girlington esq £1,000
  • Thomas Holt esq £1,000
  • Robert Holte esq £1,000
  • John Ingleton senior esq £1,000
  • Colonel Kirby £1,500
  • Henry Norris esq £1,200
  • Roger Nowell esq £1,000
  • Thomas Preston esq £2,000
  • Thomas Stanley esq £1,000
  • William Stanley esq £1,000
  • Edward Tildesley esq £1,000
  • — Walmesley of Dunkenhalgh esq £2,000

Leicestershire[edit]

  • Major Brudnell £1,000
  • Capt William Cole £600
  • George Dashwood esq £1,000
  • Sir George Faunt knt £2,000
  • William Lawford esq £1,000
  • Col Neville of Holt £2,000
  • — Pochin esq of Barkby £1,000
  • — Skevington esq of Skevington £1,000
  • Sir Edward Smythe knt £800
  • William Street esq £1,000
  • — Terringham esq £1,000
  • Richard Verney esq £1,000
  • — Whaley esq of Norton £1,000

Lincolnshire[edit]

  • William Blythe £1,000
  • Sir John Browne knt £1,000
  • William Broxholme esq £1,000
  • Sir Robert Carr bart of Sleford £4,000
  • — Desyad esq of Harleston £1,000
  • Charles Dymoke esq of Scrivelsby £1,000
  • John Hanby esq £1,500
  • Jervas Nevill esq £1,200
  • Sir John Newton, 1st Baronet of Hather £3,000
  • John South esq £2,000
  • Capt William Thorold £1,500
  • William Welby esq £600

London and Middlesex[edit]

  • Major Matthew Bayley £600
  • Capt John Bagshawe £600
  • Capt Hercules Baron £600
  • Capt Richard Crane £600
  • Robert Blore esq £1,000
  • Capt Samuel Clarke £600
  • Charles Cheney esq £4,000
  • Capt Ralph Clarke £600
  • Capt Francis Crane £1,000
  • Col. William Carlos £800
  • Charles Carryll esq £1,000
  • Lt Cox £600
  • Alderman Francis Dashwood £2,000
  • Henry Englishe esq £2,000
  • Col Sir Ralph Freeman knt £1,000
  • Col Charles Gifford £600
  • William Goldsborough esq £1,500
  • Leonard Hamond esq £1,000
  • Thomas Hughes esq £1,500
  • Alderman Francis Knight £2,000
  • Capt Valentine Knight £1,500
  • Commissary General Sir Edward Knightley knt £5,000
  • Frances Maunsell esq £600
  • Alderman Lewis £2,000
  • Capt Edward Maunsell £800
  • Col Thomas Neville £1,500
  • Sir Roger Norwich, 2nd Baronet £2,000
  • Major Rob Peyton £1,000
  • Major Christ Pickeringe £600
  • Col Charles Progers £600
  • Col James Progers £600
  • Thomas Reynold esq £2,000
  • Sir William Roberts, 1st Baronet of Willesden £1,000
  • Colonel Sampson £600
  • George Skipp esq £600
  • Alderman Sterlinge £2,000
  • Col Standish £600
  • Robert Thomas esq £3,000
  • Morrice Tresham esq £600
  • George Tresham esq £600
  • Edward Turner esq son of Baron Turner £600
  • Col Arthur Trevor £1,000
  • Thomas Tunman esq £1,000
  • Sir Robert Viner knt £3,500
  • Peter Vandeput £800
  • Col Sir Thos Woodcocke knt £1,000
  • Edmund Warcup esq £800
  • Capt Joseph Ward £600
  • Charles Whitlaker esq £1,000
  • Capt Thomas Willowbie £600
  • Sir Thomas Allen knt £2,000
  • Sir Anthony Bateman knt £2,000
  • Sir Thomas Bateman knt £2,000
  • Sir William Bateman knt £2,000
  • Alderman Sir Thomas Bludworth knt £3,000
  • Alderman Bonfoy £2,000
  • George Cary esq £600
  • Sir Richard Chiverton knt £3,000
  • Edward Dutton esq £1,000
  • Sir James Muddiford knt £1,500
  • Edward Palmer esq £800
  • Henry Progers esq £600
  • Sir Wm Peake knt £1,000
  • Thomas Padnall esq £1,000
  • Ald Richard Shelbury £1,000
  • Sir George Smyth knt £2,000
  • Sir William Turner knt £2,000
  • Ald Thorowgood £2,000
  • Samuel Foote esq £1,500
  • Alderman Clutterbucke £2,000
  • Sir John Lawrence knt £2,000
  • Sir John Fredericke knt £2,000
  • Alderman Wade £2,000
  • Ald Bathurst £2,000
  • Sir Francis Compton knt £2,000
  • Capt George Gage £600
  • Col John Russell £1,000
  • Col Thomas Baynton £600
  • Sir Thomas Danyell knt £600
  • M Gen Randall Elgerton £1,000
  • Col Francis Lovelace £600
  • Col Morgan £600
  • Sir Gilbert Gerrard £600
  • Major Henn afterwards Sir Henry Henn £600
  • Capt Roger Gardiner £600
  • Lieut Hambleton £600
  • — Morgan esq £800
  • George Tresham esq £600
  • William Washborne esq £600
  • Capt Philip Sherrard £600
  • Cornet Stanley £1,000
  • Hatton Compton esq £600
  • Richard Mounteney esq £1,000
  • Arthur Maunsell £600
  • Thomas Hardinge esq £1,500
  • Thomas Fisher esq £600
  • Nicholas Kemishe esq £600
  • Thomas Dacres esq of Cheshunt £1,000
  • James Jobson esq £1,000
  • John Cowell esq qy Sir John Coe knt one of the Masters in Ch of Depden Suffolk £600
  • Henry Kersley esq £600
  • Peter Vandeput esq £800
  • Richard Raynsford esq a judge £600
  • Edward Atkinson esq £1,000
  • William Barker esq £1,200
  • Thomas Elmes esq of Lilford co Northampton £1,500
  • John Keelinge son of Justice keelinge £600
  • Wm Haselwood esq of Maidwell £3,000
  • William Marshall esq £600
  • Francis Roper esq £600
  • Thomas Waller esq £1,000

Norfolk[edit]

  • Christopher Bedingfeld esq of Wyghton £800
  • Osburne Clarke esq £1,000
  • John Coke esq £1,000
  • Thomas Garrard esq £1,000
  • John Hobart esq of Blickling and Intwood £1,000
  • Christopher Jug esq £1,500
  • John Kendall esq of Thetford £1,000
  • Sir Thomas Meddowe knt of Yarmouth £2,000
  • John Nabbes esq £2,000
  • Richard Nixson esq £1,000
  • Lawrence Oxborow esq of Hackbech Hall £800
  • William Paston esq of Paston £800
  • Sir Joseph Payne knt of Norwich £1,000
  • Valentine Saunders esq £600
  • Capt Henry Stewart £1,000
  • John Tasburgh esq £600
  • Sir Charles Waldgrave, 3rd Baronet £2,000
  • Robert Wright esq £1,000
  • Thomas Wright esq of Kilverston £1,000
  • John Wyndham esq of Felbrigge £3,500

Northamptonshire[edit]

  • John Adams esq £1,000
  • — Arundel esq of Stoke £1,000
  • George Clarke esq of Watford £3,000
  • Edward Palmer esq £1,200
  • Bryan Johnson esq £1,000
  • Walter Kirkham esq of Fineshade Abbey £800
  • Francis Lane esq £600
  • Thomas Morgan esq £600
  • Tanfield Moulso esq of Thingdon £600
  • Humphrey Orme esq of Peterboro £1,000
  • — Ouley esq of Catesby £1,000
  • William Stafford esq of Blatherwick £3,000
  • William Tate esq of Delapre £1,500
  • Francis Thursby esq of Abington £1,000
  • John Willoughby esq £600

Northumberland[edit]

  • Thomas Beewicke esq £2,000
  • Daniel Collingwood esq £600
  • George Collingwood esq £800
  • Sir William Foster knt £1,000
  • Sir Thomas Horseley knt £1,000
  • Charles Howard esq £600
  • Robert Shafto esq £1,000
  • — Thometon esq of Netherwhitton £800

Nottinghamshire[edit]

  • Cecil Cooper esq of Thurgarton £1,000
  • Sir John Curzon, 1st Baronet £500
  • — Eyre esq of Mansfield Woodhouse £2,000
  • — Middleton esq £1,000
  • John Palmer esq £600
  • — Whaley esq £1,200

Oxfordshire[edit]

Rutland[edit]

  • Abel Barker esq 1000
  • Christopher Browne esq 600
  • Samuel Browne esq 600
  • Edward Fawkenor esq of Uppingham 1600
  • Richard Halford esq of Ediweston 600
  • Henry Noel esq 1000

Shropshire[edit]

  • Francis Charleton esq £2,000
  • Thomas Cornwall esq £500
  • Henry Davenport esq £800
  • Andrew Forrester esq £1,000
  • Richard Fowler esq £1,000
  • John Kynnaston esq £1,000
  • Robert Leighton esq £800
  • Charles Mainwaringe esq £600
  • Andrew Newport esq £800
  • William Oakeley esq £800
  • Col William Owen £800
  • Thomas Talbott esq £1,000
  • George Weld esq £1,000
  • Thomas Whitmore esq £600
  • Sir John Wylde knt £1,000

Somerset[edit]

  • Warwick Bamfield esq £1,000
  • Sir William Basselt of Claverton £1,800
  • Edward Berkley esq £1,000
  • Samuel Gorges esq £600
  • John Hall esq £900
  • John Carey esq £1,500
  • John Hunt esq £1,500
  • — Lacey esq of Hartley £1,000
  • Francis Luttrell esq £1,500
  • Sir George Norton knt £1,800
  • Peregrine Palmer esq £1,500
  • John Pawlet esq £1,000
  • Edward Phelips esq £1,500
  • George Stawell esq £5,000
  • John Tint esq £1,000

Staffordshire[edit]

  • Capt Francis Biddulph £600
  • Richard Congreve esq £600
  • Johnathan Cope esq £800
  • Charles Cotton esq £600
  • Walter Fowler esq £1,500
  • Walter Gifford esq £1,500
  • Henry Grey esq of Envile £1,000
  • Colonel Lane £700
  • Francis Leveson esq £2,000
  • Robert Leveson esq £600
  • Richard Oakover esq £1,000
  • Edwin Scrumshire esq £1,000
  • Thomas Whitgrave esq £600

Suffolk[edit]

  • William Barker esq £600
  • Capt Bennett £1,000
  • William Blomfield esq £600
  • Joseph Brand esq of Edwardston £1,000
  • John Brookes esq £1,000
  • Richard Cooke esq £1,000
  • Robert Crane esq £1,500
  • John Gibbes esq £800
  • Clement Higham esq £1,000
  • Roger Kedington esq £800
  • Sir Edmund Poley knt £1,000
  • Edmond Sheppard esq £1,000
  • Charles Stutteville esq of Dalham £1,500
  • Robert Style esq £600
  • John Warner esq £1,000
  • Henry Warner esq £1,000
  • Randall Williams esq £600

Surrey[edit]

  • Capt Bartholomew £600
  • Richard Berry esq £1,000
  • Charles Bickerstaffe esq £600
  • Thomas Brand esq £700
  • Edward Bromfeild esq £1,000
  • Sir Adam Browne, 2nd Baronet £1,600
  • George Browne esq £600
  • Capt Roger Clarke £600
  • John Dawes esq £700
  • Thomas Delmahoy esq £1,200
  • George Duke esq £600
  • Roger Duncombe esq £1,000
  • Giles Dunster esq £600
  • Edward Evelyn esq of Ditton £600
  • Sir John Evelyn, 1st Baronet, of Godstone £1,800
  • Charles Good esq £700
  • James Gresham esq £800
  • Capt John Holmendon £600
  • Edward Moore esq £600
  • William Muschamp esq of Roebarnes £600
  • Roger Pettyward esq £2,000
  • Peter Quinnall esq £600
  • Vincent Randall esq £1,000
  • Geo Smyth esq £600
  • White Titchbourne esq £1,000
  • — Thomas esq of Cobham £600
  • George Turner esq £1,000
  • Geo Vernon esq of Farnham £800
  • Geo Woodroffe esq of Poyle £1,500
  • Edward Woodward esq £1,000
  • Davis Wymondswold esq of Putney £2,000
  • James Zouch esq £2,000

Warwickshire[edit]

  • John Bridgman esq £1,000
  • Thomas Broughton esq of Lawford £800
  • William Combes esq £800
  • William Dylke esq of Maxstoke Castle £800
  • Thomas Flint esq £700
  • — Jenings esq of Bromesbam £1,000
  • — Keyte esq of Camden £1,000
  • — Middlemore esq of Edgebaston £2,000
  • Edward Peyton esq £1,800
  • Capt Geo Rawley £700
  • Seabright Reppington esq £1,000
  • — Sheldon esq of Beoley £2,000
  • John Stratford esq £1,000
  • Richard Verney esq of Compton £600
  • William Wood esq £800

Westmorland[edit]

  • Allan Bellingham esq £1,500
  • Richard Braythwaite esq £600
  • Sir Thomas Braythwaite knt £1,500
  • Thomas Cabetas esq £600
  • Christ Crackenthorpe esq £600
  • John Dalston esq £600
  • James Duckett esq £800
  • Daniel Fleminge esq £1,800
  • Thomas Leybourne esq £600
  • John Lowther esq £4,000
  • John Otway esq £600

Wiltshire[edit]

  • Thomas Baskervile esq £1,200
  • William Boddenham esq £600
  • George Bond esq £800
  • Walter Buckland esq £900
  • John Bowles esq £600
  • William Duckett esq £1,000
  • Sir John Ernley knt £1,000
  • John Gore esq £600
  • John Holte esq £800
  • Richard Grubham Howe esq £1,200
  • Edward Hyde esq £600
  • Oliver Nicholas esq £1,000
  • John Norden esq £800
  • Sir John Scroope knt £700
  • William Willoughby esq £600

Worcestershire[edit]

  • William Acton esq £1,000
  • Sir Rowland Berkeley knt £1,000
  • Philip Brace esq £600
  • Henry Bromley £1,000
  • Thomas Child esq £2,000
  • Sir Henry Lyttelton, 2nd Baronet of Frankley £3,000
  • Matthew Morphew esq £1,000
  • Sir William Russell bart £2,000
  • Samuel Sandys esq of Umbersley £1,000
  • Thomas Savage esq of Elmley Castle £800
  • — Sheldon esq of Broadway £600
  • Francis Sheldon esq £600
  • Sherrington Talbott esq £1,000
  • Joseph Walsh esq £1,000
  • Major Thomas Weld £600
  • Sir John Woodford knt £2,000

Yorkshire[edit]

  • Francis Bayldon esq £600
  • John Beilby esq £1,000
  • Major John Beverley £600
  • Barrington Bourchier esq £1,000
  • John Calverley esq of Calverley £1,000
  • Walter Calverley esq £1,000
  • Nicholas Chaloner esq £600
  • Marmaduke Constable esq £1,000
  • Thomas Danby esq £3,000
  • Robert Doldon esq £600
  • Capt John Garnett £600
  • Richard Hutton esq £1,000
  • James Moyser esq £1,000
  • William Osbaldiston esq £1,000
  • — Pennyman esq £1,000
  • Thomas Tancred esq £800
  • Edward Trotter esq £1,000
  • Major Vavasor of Weston £600
  • Sir Walter Vavasor knt £1,000
  • Sir Christ Wandesford knt £2,000


Wales[edit]

Anglesey

  • — Bodden, Esq. £1,000
  • William Bould, Esq. £1,000
  • Pierce Lloyd, Esq. £1,000
  • John Robinson, Esq. £800
  • Thomas Wood, Esq. £600

Brecknockshire

  • Richard Gwynn, Esq. £600
  • John Jefferys, Esq. £600
  • Walter Vaughan, Esq. £700
  • Wilbourne Williams, Esq. £600

Cardiganshire

Carmarthenshire

  • Altham (John?) Vaughan, Esq. £1,000
  • Philip Vaughan, Esq. £600
  • Henry Maunsell, Esq. £700
  • Rowland Gwynn, Esq. £899
  • Charles Vaughan, Esq. £600
  • William Gwynn, Esq. £700
  • Nicholas Williams, Esq. £1,000
  • Richard Gwynn, Esq. £700

Caernarvonshire

  • Sir John Owen's heir £1,500

Denbighshire

  • Charles Salisburie, Esq. £1,300
  • Huscall Thelwall, Esq. £600
  • Foulke Middleton, Esq. £600
  • John Wynn, Esq. £600
  • Sir Thomas Middleton, Knt. (of Chirk Castle, Wrexham) £600
  • Bevis Lloyd, Esq. £600
  • John Lloyd, Esq. £600

Flintshire

Glamorganshire

  • Sir — Esterlinge, Knt. £2,000
  • Herbert Evans, Esq. £1,500
  • David Jenkins, Esq. £1,500
  • Thomas Mathews, Esq. £1,100
  • William Bassett, Esq. £800
  • William Herbert, Esq. £1,000
  • Edmund Lewis, Esq. £800
  • David Mathews, Esq. £1,000

Merionethshire

Monmouthshire

  • William Morgan, Esq. £4,000
  • William Jones, of Lanarthe, Esq. £1,000
  • Thomas Lewis, Esq. £1,000
  • Charles Vann, Esq. £800
  • Walter Rumsey, Esq. £600
  • William Jones, of Llantrischent, Esq. £600
  • — Milbourne, Esq. £800

Montgomeryshire

  • John Pugh, Esq. £1,000
  • — Owen, Esq., of Ruserton £1,000
  • — Blaney, Esq. £1,000
  • Roger Lloyd, Esq. £800
  • Richard Owen, Esq. £800
  • Richard Herbert, Esq. £700
  • Sir Edward Lloyd £1,200
  • Edmund Waring, Esq. £700

Pembrokeshire

  • Thomas Langhorne, Esq. £800
  • Lewis Wogan, Esq. £1,000
  • Hugh Bowen, Esq. £600
  • Essex Merricke, Esq. £600
  • Sir John Lort, Knt. (Bart. after) £2,000

Radnorshire

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ British History Online, Knights of the Royal Oak
  2. ^ Lord Mayor's pageants, p. 84
  3. ^ Lord Mayor's pageants, p. 84
  4. ^ Noble, Vol. i., p. 70
  5. ^ Lord Mayor's pageants, p. 85
  6. ^ Courthope, William, ed. (1836). Debrett's Complete Peerage of the United Kingdom (21st ed.). London: J. G. & F. Rivington. p. 59. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  7. ^ Oxford Historical Society, p. 505
  8. ^ Gwaith Gwallter Mechain, p. 194

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