Person:Thomas Rainsborough (1)

Colonel Thomas Rainsborough
b.abt 1613
m. by abt 1613
  1. Colonel Thomas Rainsboroughabt 1613 - 1648
  2. Colonel William Rainsboroughabt 1615 - aft 1673
  3. Martha Rainsborough1617 - abt 1660
  4. Judith Rainsborough1624 - aft 1668
  5. Samuel Rainsboroughabt 1627 - 1628
  6. Joane Rainsboroughabt 1629 -
  7. Reynold Rainsborough1632 -
  8. Edward Rainsborough1633 - 1677
m. by abt 1637
  1. Captain William Rainsboroughbef 1638 -
Facts and Events
Name[2] Colonel Thomas Rainsborough
Gender Male
Birth[2] abt 1613 Based on birth dates of younger children.
Marriage by abt 1637 Based on birth of eldest son William.
to Margaret Unknown
Death[2] 29 Oct 1648 Doncaster, Yorkshire, England
Burial[2] 14 Nov 1648 Wapping, Middlesex, England
Cause of Death[2] Killed resisting a seizure of his person on the part of the royalists.
Other[2] 24 Nov 1648 Administration on estate granted to widow.


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Thomas Rainsborough (1610 – 29 October 1648), or Rainborough or Raineborough or Rainborowe or Rainborrowe or Rainbow or Rainsboro, was a prominent figure in the English Civil War, and was the leading spokesman for the Levellers in the Putney Debates.

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References
  1.   Thomas Rainsborough, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Waters, Henry Fitz-Gilbert, A.M.. Genealogical Gleanings in England. (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1901), 168-171.