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New piece from MarkFollowing Monmouth's defeat, the hanging judge, George Jeffreys drenched the SouthWest in blood to cower the counties that had taken up arms to remove the king. Wells having sheltered the Duke's army, was at the centre of the Bloody...
These are excellent drawings from the Dorset-based artist.
From Mark Vaughan. Part 1 is back down the page.
This is the first part of a piece by Mark Vaughan of among other things a member of the Taunton Garrison.
Photo Lycia Moore. They recreate Somerset Militia. Find them on Facebook.
Anne Killigrew (1660-85) James II. Killigrew was a poet and painter but died of smallpox aged 25https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Killigrew
This is most inspirational. If you thought there was little potential for interesting battles in the Monmouth era then take a look at this book as it is full of useful scenarios including 'what if' fictional battles. In fact there are all the useful...
Film by Stephen Moss here
I run a Facebook group Monmouth Rebellion 1685 annd it is not huge but it is enthusiastic and brings up new things. Like this book. I think it came out in 1989 - anyway I had never heard of it. Gary Marshall bought it but hasn't read it yet. Might...
On this week’s Dispatches, host Brady Crytzer interviews museum curator and JAR contributor Colin Zimmerman about the Battle of Crosswicks, New Jersey, a small but... The post This Week on Dispatches: Colin Zimmerman on the Battle of Crosswicks appeared...
Peter Evans of the Zoyland Heritage fund has a few of these posters by Stephen Beck. 10 pounds plus postage all proceeds to the Church Battlefield exhibition. Go to the contact us section here
Ignore the anachronistic picture this is a quality radio version of the famous tale of the Monmouth Rebellion. Something to listen to as you paint. Thanks to Bob on the Monmouth Rebellion Facebook page.
No longer the Green Regiment we are now Captain Thompson's Company of Scythemen. Still need musketeers so if you are interested hit our Facebook page. A mixed unit of shot and scythes.
Sir Henry Clinton inherited an unmitigated strategic disaster when he assumed command of the Crown Forces in North America during the spring of 1778.... The post The Battle of Crosswicks: Prelude to Monmouth appeared first on Journal of the American Revolution.
Poem written September 1685. Here
https://www.blenheimpalace.com/.../marlborough-300...Several Reenacting groups will be coming together at Blenheim Palace this weekend, with a strong feature on the Monmouth Rebellion. Timings for the Saturday and Sunday... 10.00 Living History Encampments...
We are pleased to announce One King! from our Wargames Series is now available!One King! is the perfect companion to the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685 covering every encounter and unit in England, and for the first time in Scotland. Its sits alongside...