Jacques Clément ( 1567 - August 1, 1589) was the murderer of the French king Henry III. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jacques Clément"
John Alured (b. 1607, Kingston upon Hull - 1651) was one of the regicides of King Charles I. He inherited the family estate in 1628 and married Mary Darley in 1631. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Alured"
John Blakiston (c. 1603- 1649) was a prominent mercer, puritan, English Member of Parliament and one of the regicides of King Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Blakiston"
Sir John Bourchier (c. 1595- 1660) was an English parliamentarian, Puritan and one of the regicides of King Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Bourchier"
John Bradshaw ( 1602- October 31, 1659) was one of the judges to preside over the trial and subsequent death sentence of Charles I of England. In 1649 he was made president of the parliamentary commission to try the king. Other lawyers of greater prominence had refused the position. For a short time he was rewarded with honors and offices and acted (1649–53) as President of the Council of State. He was forced to retire when Oliver Cromwell dissolved the council, and he became an opponent of the Protectorate. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Bradshaw (judge)"
John Carew ( 1622- 1660) was one of the regicides of King Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Carew (regicide)"
John Cooke ( 1608 – 1660) (sometimes spelled John Cook) was the Solicitor General and the leading prosecutor at the trial of Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Cook (regicide)" The view on shortopedia.
Sir John Danvers ( 1588– 1655) was an English politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Danvers"
John Dixwell ( 1607 - 18 March 1689) was one of the judges who tried King Charles I of England and condemned him to death. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Dixwell"
John Downes ( 1609-c. 1666)was a commissioner who signed the death warrant of Charles I of England. After the English Restoration he was found guilty of regicide and was imprisoned until he died. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Downes (regicide)"
Colonel John Hewson (Hughson) died in 1662. He was a soldier in the New Model Army and signed the death warrant of King Charles I, making him a regicide. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Hewson (regicide)"
Colonel John Hutchinson ( 1615 - 1664) was one of the Puritan leaders, and a prominent Roundhead in the English Civil War to the extent of being the 13th of ...more on Wikipedia about "John Hutchinson (Colonel)"
John Jones (c. 1597- 1660) was one of the regicides of King Charles I. A brother-in-law of Oliver Cromwell, Jones was from North Wales and is often surnamed Jones Maesygarnedd after the location of his Denbighshire estate. Jones spoke Welsh with his family. He was an avid Republican at a time when most of Wales was Royalist, and for this reason he was described by one of his contemporaries as 'the most hated man in North Wales'. He also had a military command in Ireland (see Wars of the Three Kingdoms). ...more on Wikipedia about "John Jones Maesygarnedd"
John Lambert ( 1619 - 1684) served as an English Parliamentary general in the English Civil War. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Lambert (General)" The www.shortopedia.com spirit
Colonel John Moore was one of the regicides of King Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Moore (regicide)"
John Okey ( 1606– 1662) was an English soldier, member of Parliament and one of the regicides of King Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Okey"
John Phelps was a Clerk of the High Court which tried Charles I of England for high treason in 1649. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Phelps"
John Venn ( 1586– 1650) was an English Member of Parliament and one of the regicides of King Charles I. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Venn (regicide)"
Regicides of Charles I are considered to be the fifty-nine Commissioners (Judges) who formed the tribunal that tried King Charles I of England and signed his death warrant, along with other officials who participated in his trial or execution, and Hugh Peters an influential republican preacher. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of regicides of Charles I"
Luigi Lucheni ( April 22, 1873, Paris - October 19, 1910) was an Italian anarchist who assassinated the Austrian Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria (commonly referred to as Sisi) in 1898. Lucheni believed in propaganda by the deed, a philosophy advocating spreading beliefs through actions. Born to a poor family, he worked odd jobs before joining the Italian Army for three and a half years. After his stay in the military, he immigrated to Switzerland. During his life in Switzerland, he developed his anarchistic ideas. However, other anarchists considered Lucheni inept at understanding the philosophy of anarchy and often referred to him as "the stupid one". ...more on Wikipedia about "Luigi Lucheni"
Marcus Junius Brutus Caepio ( 85 BC – 42 BC), or simply Brutus, was a Roman senator of the late Roman Republic. He was one of Julius Caesar's assassins. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marcus Junius Brutus"
Sir Michael Livesey (born 1614) was one of the regicides of King Charles I. He served as Sheriff of Kent in 1643, 1655 and 1656. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michael Livesey"
Miles Corbet ( 1595- 1662) was a puritan MP for Yarmouth, England, and played a part in the regicide of Charles I, as the 59th (and last) of the signatories of the King's death warrant. After Oliver Cromwell's death, Corbet fled to the Netherlands, but he was extradited and hanged, drawn and quartered on April 19, 1662. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miles Corbet"
Miura Goro (1846-1926) ...more on Wikipedia about "Miura Goro"
Narcissus was a Roman athlete and wrestler from the 2nd century AD. He was employed by emperor Commodus as his wrestling partner and personal trainer in order to train him for his appearances in the Colosseum as a gladiator. In the year 192 AD he was recruited by several senators, led by Praetorian prefect Quintus Aemilius Laetus, to assassinate the emperor. He did so on December 31 of that same year, strangling his master in his bathtub. ...more on Wikipedia about "Narcissus (murderer)"
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