NEALL, MARTIN [SSNE 1561]

Surname
NEALL, NEALIS, NEILL
First name
MARTIN, MARTINUS

Text source

Martin Neal was a falconer in the service of King James VI and I who was authorised to catch falcons in Iceland for James' use on 19/5/1624 for an unspecified annual toll. Neal's authorisation was renewed for 13 years on 11/7/1627 when he was in King Charles I's service

Norske Rigsregistranter, vol.5 (1874), pp. 396, 610; T. Riis, Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot (Odense, 1988), p.71.

Service record

SCOTLAND, ICELAND
Departed 1627-12-31
Capacity FALCONER, purpose ROYAL SERVANT