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M.Stolzenbach  •  Link

The Christian name given to Laud Crisp would indicate Royalist, or at least Established Church, sympathies, since William Laud had been the Archbishop of Canterbury under the late lamented Charles I., and was much hated by the Puritans. He was beheaded for "treason" in early 1645.

http://www.skyhook.co.uk/civwar/biog/laud.htm

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