This Day in History: 1645-06-28
On 28th June 1645, news was received by the castle garrison of a Royalist success at Newark. On this day, permission was given to Lady Cutler to leave the castle, after being trapped there attending the funeral of her husband, Sir Jarvis Cutler. However, the besieging Parliamentary forces seized her and along with her maid, chaplain, and accompanying tenant they were searched to see if they were carrying any letters. She was kept till the following day when she returned to the castle. Here she was refused admission and remained in the street until 10 o’clock with her maid and chaplain. They were then permitted to go into the town where they remained until the next day and then departed.