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Major General Sir Edward Massie

Richard J. Massie Collins

Major General Sir Edward Massie

a Cavalier among the Roundheads?

by Richard J. Massie Collins

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Published by Richard John Massie Collins in Broadway, Worcestershire, United Kingdom .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Massie, Edward, -- Sir.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination200p.
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18582228M

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Major-General Edward Massey (or Massie), son of John Massie, was captain of one of the foot companies of the Irish Expedition, and had Oliver Cromwell as his ensign (see Peacock’s “Army Lists in ,” p. 65). He was Governor of Gloucester in its obstinate defence against the royal forces, ; dismissed by the self- denying ordinance when he entered Charles II’s service.

Sir Edward Massie, (Massey) d Massie was badly wounded when Major-General Lambert captured the bridge over the River Severn at Upton. Too weak from his wounds to fight at Worcester, Massie fled with Charles after the battle.

He got as far Major General Sir Edward Massie book Droitwich, but was unable to keep up and was taken prisoner. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free.

Major General Sir Edward Massie Richard John Massie Collins Not In Library. A true relation of the severall passages which have happened to our ar Friend in the Army.

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MAJOR GENERAL SIR EDWARD SPEARS. Published by PRESSES DE LA CITE PARIS () Used. Hardcover. Major-General Sir Edward Louis Spears, 1st Baronet, KBE, CB, MC (7 August – 27 January ) was a British Army officer and Member of Parliament noted for his role as a liaison officer between British and French forces in two world wars.

Spears was a retired Brigadier General of the British Army, and served as a Member of the British House of Commons. TWO MEN WHO SAVED FRANCE - Petain DeGaulle by Major General Sir Edward Spears and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Edward Massie remained a widower for twenty-six years after the death of his first wife Olga.

On 9 August he married Margaret Maxwell-Lyte, daughter of Sir Henry Maxwell-Lyte, Deputy Keeper of the Rolls, by his wife Frances Somerville, daughter of James Curtis Somerville of Dinder House, Wells.

This is a list of people who held general officer rank or the rank of brigadier (together now recognized as starred officers) in the British Army, Royal Marines, British Indian Army or other military force.

It does not include English Army generals or Scottish Army generals. Neither England nor Scotland has had its own army since the Acts of Union in Major-General Sir John Albert Charles Whitaker (–) [2] Major-General Philip Sidney Whitcombe (–) [2] Leonard Lane Wheatley GOC Infantry Brigade [3] Philip Wheatley CRA [3] Sir Francis Wheler, 10th Baronet; Robert Dundas Whigham GOC Infantry Division [3] Lashmer Whistler; Brigadier Aubrey Edward White (–) [2].

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General Edward Braddock, Orderly Book, February 26 - J In Washington's hand. Notes at the beginning were added by Washington later. Published in Major General Edward Braddock's Orderly Books from February 26 to The note reads: "Sir Wm Johnson died about last August – probably wd have been on side of ministry." Johnson died.

The Picnic Basket is largely leftovers from his earlier works (Prelude to Victory; Assignment to Catastrophe, etc.), venerable and courteous in tone. Often the assorted memories with which he deals here are prefaced by ""I was very fortunate"" or ""I was very happy"" Briefly, the first section deals with fragments of his childhood, much of which was spent in France with an.

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Sir Edward Massie (c. – c. /5), English Parliamentary soldier in the English Civil War, was the son of John Massie of Coddington, Cheshire. Life Little is known of his early life, but it is said that he served in the Dutch army against the Spaniards.

Sir Edward Macarthur (), soldier, was born on 16 March at Bath, England, the eldest son of Captain John Macarthur and his wife Elizabeth. He went to Sydney with his parents in and spent his boyhood there and at Elizabeth Farm, Parramatta. Sent to England in to be educated he returned to Sydney in   Dr.

Edward Massie, a St. Louis cardiologist for 50 years, died Monday at a convalescent hospital in St. Louis County, Mo. He was 79 years old and lived in Clayton, Mo. by Major-General Sir Edward. Spears (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, January 1, — — $ Hardcover from $ Reviews: 1. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Australian Dictionary of Biography: Sir Edward Macarthur (), soldier, was born on 16 March at Bath, England, the eldest son of Captain John Macarthur and his wife Elizabeth.

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William Massie's name appears on a list of papist recusants in Chester in the reign of George I, and he seems to have been the last roman catholic of the family.