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Siege of Pembroke

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Location type: Event
Location address: United Kingdom, Pembrokeshire
Number of texts: 1
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Made by | Reference Manfred Heyde | © CC 3.0
Made by | Reference | © CC 3.0

In April 1648, Parliamentarian troops in Wales, who had not been paid for a long time, staged a Royalist rebellion under the command of the Colonel John Poyer, the Parliamentarian Governor of Pembroke Castle. He was joined by Major-General Rowland Laugharne, his district commander, and Colonel Rice Powell. After the failure of his pre-emptive strike against the small Parliamentarian army of Colonel Thomas Horton at the Battle of St. Fagans, Laugharne retreated with what was left of his army to join Colonel Poyer at Pembroke.

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