Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Peter J Tyldesley has posted 1 annotation/comment since 22 May 2015.
About Sunday 22 June 1662
The father of Lisbona was Edward Tyldesley 1635-1685, one of the English embassy sent to Lisbon in 1661 to finalise arrangements for the marriage of Charles II and Catherine of Braganza.
Edward Tyldesley was the eldest son of Major General Sir Thomas Tyldesley 1612-1651, who had been slain fighting for the Royalist cause at the Battle of Wigan Lane on 25 August 1651.
Further details in the June 2015 issue of Notes and Queries, Oxford University Press: http://goo.gl/3LRyj4