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Thomas HortonAge: 46 years16031649

Name
Thomas Horton
Name prefix
Colonel
Given names
Thomas
Surname
Horton
Birth 1603
Birth of a son
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Thomas Horton
February 13, 1640 (Age 37 years)
Military
Colonel
1643 (Age 40 years)

Agency: Parliamentary army during English Civil War
Military
victorious commander in Battle of St Fagans
May 8, 1648 (Age 45 years)
Agency: Parliamentarian army
Citation details: Vol. 30, Issue 2, Mar/Apr 1998. Webb, Dave. "A great victory in Wales, the Battle of St Fagans."
Text:
On the morning of Monday, 8th May 1648 in the fields around the small village of St Fagans, approximately 1,000 men fought in the largest battle on Welsh soil. ... Horton reported that the men wanted all the honour for so great a victory to be given to God. Parliament ordered that the victory be announced in every Parish church.
Political office
Commissioner of the High Court of Justice
January 1649 (Age 46 years)

Citation details: Vol. 8, pub. 1802, pp. 286-287, 01 July 1661
Text:
Pains and Penalties against Regicides. ...Thomas Horton...acted and proceeded against the life of our late Sovereign King Charles the First ...
Note: Among those who signed the death warrant for King Charles I of England
Property October 18, 1649 (Age 46 years)

Citation details: Vol. 6, pub. 1802, pp. 309-310
Text:
Mr. Garland reports from the Committee the Act for settling upon Colonel Horton his Brigade the lands and Possessions of John Barlow Esquire, formerly given to Major Gen. Langhorne, without any Amendments.
Death October 1649 (Age 46 years)
Note: died of Typhus Fever during Cromwell's Irish campaign.
MilitaryOrders of the Day
Citation details: Vol. 30, Issue 2, Mar/Apr 1998. Webb, Dave. "A great victory in Wales, the Battle of St Fagans."
Text:
On the morning of Monday, 8th May 1648 in the fields around the small village of St Fagans, approximately 1,000 men fought in the largest battle on Welsh soil. ... Horton reported that the men wanted all the honour for so great a victory to be given to God. Parliament ordered that the victory be announced in every Parish church.
Political officeHouse of Commons Journal
Citation details: Vol. 8, pub. 1802, pp. 286-287, 01 July 1661
Text:
Pains and Penalties against Regicides. ...Thomas Horton...acted and proceeded against the life of our late Sovereign King Charles the First ...
PropertyHouse of Commons Journal
Citation details: Vol. 6, pub. 1802, pp. 309-310
Text:
Mr. Garland reports from the Committee the Act for settling upon Colonel Horton his Brigade the lands and Possessions of John Barlow Esquire, formerly given to Major Gen. Langhorne, without any Amendments.
Political office
Among those who signed the death warrant for King Charles I of England
Death
died of Typhus Fever during Cromwell's Irish campaign.