Civil War accounts of Thomas Tyrrell, 1643-46

Thomas Tyrrell of Castlethorpe (1593/4-1672) came from the Tyrrell family of Thornton. He was a lawyer and colleague of John Hampden, served under the Earl of Essex and was for a time in command at Aylesbury. More information. His accounts are an important source for the progress of the Civil War in Bucks. Some entries relevant to Winslow and district have been transcribed below.

National Archives, SP28/127
f.67
The Account of Coll Tho. Tyrrill of All the Money Plate & other Goods Received or whereby he is any way chargeable, for publique service, Except the his pay Wch he hath received in ye Army of his Excellency ye Earle of Essex for as Collonel of that Regiment Wch was Collonell John Hampdens delivered to the Com(m)ittee of Accounts for this County of Buck : from ye beginninge of this Parlamt to ye day of ye date hereof, dated this 18th of June 1646. And p(ro)misseth to bring in by way of Additional Account hereunto, his Receit of ye pay before menc(i)oned for soe soone as he can p(ro)cure it from ye Treasurer of ye Army.
Feb(ruary) : 1642[/3]
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It(em) for three Loades of hay for the Dragoon horses and for Carriage
2
18
0
It(em) payd Capt Smith 4 Feb(ruary) : for his souldiers
10
0
0
It(em) payd the Smith for the yron worke and locks for the Gates att Walton Bridge
and out ward Banbery Gate
2
16
0
It(em) payd ye Smith for mendinge the Cuntry Musketts and fixinge them
0
8
0
It(em) payd to Capt Deverell 4 Feb(ruary) : for his Souldiers
15
0
0
It(em) payd to Chewns 4 Feb(ruary) : for him selfe and his horsemeate
1
0
0
It(em) payd to twoe other Intellygencers then
0
10
0
[signed] Tho : Tyrrill./.Ex :               sum' huius
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13s
7d
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It(em) payd to fourth of February to our Bisiter Intelligencer
0
2
6
It(em) payd to Tho : Lee for his and his Brothers and his sonns woorke about the
three last gates for Banbury way, Walton Gate & behinde ye Crowne
1
4
6
It(em) payd to workmen off Aylsbury 4 Feb(ruary) : for worke att the Trenches
5
11
4
It(em) payd to Francis Axdall wagon Mr to wards his pay and Charges by him
disbursed to a greate sume
8
0
0
It(em)to the Cuntry workemen and souldiers 7 8 Feb(ruary)
3
0
0
It(em)to a Sariant of Coll(onel) Homsteds Regimt for goeing into Brill and Oxford and stayinge there about a weeke for Inteligence
2
0
0
It(em)for two Messengers to Leighton to pray the assistance of theyre Dragoons
0
5
0
It(em)to a guide to Winsloe wth Sr Robert Pye
0
6
0
It(em)to the Cuntry workmen the 9th of February
1
0
0
It(em)to Tho : Oviatt 10 Feb(ruary) for money disbursed by him to Mesengers uppon the Cuntry service
0
15
6
It(em) to Capt Deverell 10 Feb(ruary) : for his Souldiers
20
0
0
It(em) to Sam(uel) : Bently 11 Feb(ruary) : to pay the workmen in Aylsbury for all that weeke : work att the Trenches
6
16
9
It(em) payd to the Souldiers of both Regiments then for theire worke att the Trenches and to the Cuntrymen
5
2
0
It(em) to Capt : Smith for his souldiers 11 February
12
0
0
It(em)payd to Sam(uel) : Bently for his paines in overseeinge the workmen
0
10
0
It(em) to Capt Field for his Souldiers woorke then att the Trenches
1
18
0
It(em) Given to an intelligencer from Wootton
0
2
6
It(em) payde to Tho : Oviatt 13 Feb(ruary) forMesengers imployed about the Cuntry service
0
18
0
It(em) payde More for mendinge the Cuntry Armes
0
12
6
It(em) payde to Issake kerne for a Journy to Windsor and for horse hire
0
10
6
It(em) payde to Joseph Sexton 13 Feb(ruary) : his Bills for Wood horse hire and Messengers
67
4
6
It(em) to Tho : Oviatt then for Candles for the Gards
12
7
3
[signed] Tho : Tyrrill./.  Ex :                                                   sum' huius
150li
06s
10d
SP28/151
16 July 1646
A perticuler of such money plate horses armes and other p(ro)vision for the use of the kinge And p(ar)liamt. wch hath bene received by Coll(onel) Tyrrill of the severall p(ar)ishes of the County of Buck vizt.
 
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Thomas Barnard payd to Mr. Thomas Terrill sen' for the p(ro)vidinge of a dragoone horses & furniture
5
10
0
 
East Claydon
Mr. Richard Duncombe paid to Coll Terrill upon the p(ro)posisions
60
0
0
 
Grandborough
John Thorpe sen' paid to Coll Bulstrod sen' & Coll Terrill
3
0
0
 
Winslowe cum Shipton
Nicholas Spooner & John Shelton paid to Coll Terrill for 2 dragoone horse they were charged with
5
0
0

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