We have elsewhere described the old ash tree near Crowther's Farm beneath which the unfortunate fugitive from Sedgemoor was found.
These were wounded either in the Sedgemoor fight or in their attempt to escape.
One has the mark of a bullet in his cheek, caught in the battle of Sedgemoor.
Why, after the news of Sedgemoor fight I looked for nothing else.
I do but know that there in the great Sedgemoor morass are buried the bones of the traitor and the spy.
In the fields between the church and Chedzoy were buried the slain of Sedgemoor.
The "Note" on the battle-field of Sedgemoor, induces a "Query" concerning another equally celebrated locality.
From its summit, in 1685, the approach of the royal troops towards Sedgemoor was discovered through a telescope.
From the hill behind the village (marked by a windmill) an excellent view of the full extent of Sedgemoor may be obtained.
The king's army lay on Sedgemoor, and Monmouth, in the early morning of July 6, attempted to fall on the enemy unawares.