Adrian Scrope

Colonel Adrian Scrope (c. 1601 – 17 October 1660) was the twenty seventh of the fifty nine Commissioners who signed the Death Warrant of King Charles I. He was hanged, drawn and quartered at Charing Cross after the restoration of Charles II.

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Adrian Scrope - Family - Portrait
... Adrian's portrait was painted by (or after) Robert Walker and is displayed in the U.K ... National Portrait Gallery ...
16th and 17th Century Scropes
... John Scrope, 8th Baron Scrope of Bolton was a somewhat reluctant supporter of the Pilgrimage of Grace, a northern uprising in protest at the reforms of Henry VIII but incurred the king's displeasure when he ... Scrope was himself obliged to seek refuge in Skipton castle and the King's men fired his Bolton castle residence ... His son Henry Scrope, 9th Baron Scrope of Bolton (1534-1592), was governor of Carlisle in the time of Elizabeth I, and as such took charge of Mary, Queen of ...

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