User:GavinRobinson/Test page inline
This page is partly copied from Nehemiah Wharton's letters and partly made up. It demonstrates the use of Template:persname for inline semantic markup of person names.
To his much Honored Frend M[aste]r "George
Willingham" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki. at the Golden Anchor in S[ain]t Swethins Lane Marchant
this day I againe meet with "Davy your
horseman" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki. and both horse and man are in good case
Saturday I met with your auntient maide servant Lydea with her father and her brethren who all wept for joy
when they saw mee an officer in this Deseigne for the day
wee marched into Coventry the Rebels had command to pillage Anstey
the habitation of her father and Bromagam
the place of her and her husbands dwellinge both which
are but 3 miles from Coventry she hath bin maried 3 yeares
- Identified as User:GavinRobinson/George Willingham (d. 1651), merchant.
- Identified as User:GavinRobinson/David Avys.
- Could be William Fielding, 1st Earl of Denbigh, Basil Fielding, 2nd Earl of Denbigh.