Vincent Alsop (1630 – 1703)
Vincent Alsop was an ordinary minister, who ministered at Wilby, Northamptonshire. One noteworthy event of his life was how he continue preaching even when he was ejected in 1662, and was jailed for 6 months because he prayed with a sick person.
This is the book recommended by MtP (Meet the Puritans):
This was described as rare in MtP, now you can have it for free.
Isaac Ambrose (1604-1664)
Isaac Ambrose was a preacher who had his B. A. in 1624, and a M.A in 1632. He was appointed to be one of the four itinerant preachers for the king, and focus on areas that were steeped in Roman Catholicism. Shortly after serving there, he got married.
He was then selected to be a vicar of Preston in Amounderness by Lady Margaret Hoghton. Whilst he was previously loyal to the king, he became a Puritan and a Presbyterian in 1643. Because of his belief he was arrested twice by was quickly released during to his connection with the Hoghtons and reputation for godliness.
Interesting, Ambrose written a work on angels and in it, he writes about how angels defends and keep us safe and also as servants of God.
Here’s some works by him: