Thomas Throckmorton (died 1656)

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Thomas Throckmorton was an officer in the New Model Army who was executed in Jamaica in May 1656 for mutiny.

Thomas was the son of Sir Baynham Throckmorton, 2nd Baronet. [1]

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  1. Carla Gardina Pestana (2001). Hathaway, Jane (ed.). Rebellion, Repression, Reinvention: Mutiny in Comparative Perspective. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN   9780275970109.