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Inscription, on a grave slab in the floor of the Nave of Middlezoy church, to a French officer from the Royal army who was killed in the Sedgemoor battle.
 
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Grave of French officer at Middlezoy
Other sites to visit

Westonzoyland church: used as prison after the battle.

Middlezoyland church: in floor of nave is a grave slab with an inscription on brass plate to a French officer killed in the battle.

The Admiral Blake Museum, Bridgwater: has displays on the Monmouth Rebellion and Sedgemoor including a model of the battle and artefacts from the battlefield. Iniformation online at:

http://www.sedgemoor.gov.uk/sedgemoorweb/content/museums/blakemuseum.htm

 

BATTLEFIELDS

The nearest battlefield featured on this website is Langport (Somerset, 1645): 8 miles.

 

OTHER NEARBY SITES OF MILITARY HISTORY INTEREST

Bridgwater:

Civil War garrison stormed by the New Model Army. The only remains of defences are the stone archway on the West Quay.

Statue of Admiral Blake, Civil War commander.

 

   
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