1651 ca1694, Jun 12
an English soldier. In 1678, he became captain in the Guards, with which he served in Tangier; in 1685 he was made lieutenant-colonel of a regiment of fusiliers, but gave up his commission shortly after the accession of James II. Tollemache abandoned King James in favour of the Protestant William of Orange who, in 1688 successfully usurped the English throne during the Glorious Revolution.
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06/17/1694-English invasion army under Thomas Tollemache reaches Brest
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