MOWBRAY, PHILIP [SSNE 8021]

Surname
MOWBRAY, MOUBRY, MOMBRY, MOUBRUY, MOUVRAY, MOUBRE, MOEBREY, MOUBRI, MAUBRE, MAUBRET
First name
PHILIP, PHILLIPE, PHILIPS
Title/rank
CAPTAIN
Nationality
SCOT
Social status
OFFICER

Text source

Philip Mowbray was an officer in the Scots Brigade between 1607-1626. He was commissioned as captain on 2 January 1607. In 1608 he commanded 85 men with a salary of £1229, but between 1610-1617 his command sank to 70 men, £1059. On 26 May 1613 he married Margrieta Wilke while garrsioned in Nijmegen. He was dead by 23 February 1626 and was succeeded by Captain William Brog [SSNE 8020].

 

Sources: 

J. Ferguson, Papers Illustrating the History of the Scots Brigade in the service of the United Netherlands, 1572-1697 (Edinburgh, 1899), p. 73, 227, 310, 333.

Dr. Ir. J. MacLean, De Huwelijksintekeningen Van Schotse Militairen in Nederland: 1574-1665 (Zutphen, 1976), p. 141.

 

This entry created by Mr Jack Abernethy.

Service record

THE DUTCH REPUBLIC, THE SCOTS BRIGADE, COL. BROG
Arrived 1607-01-02, as CAPTAIN
Departed 1626-02-23, as DECEASED
Capacity OFFICER, purpose MILITARY