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commonwealth:foot-regiments:william-daniel [12/03/2014 23:33]
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   *Garrison of Macklove Castle (Capt Hickeringill det)   *Garrison of Macklove Castle (Capt Hickeringill det)
 ====1656==== ====1656====
-  *Garrison of Perth+  *Garrison of St Johnstone'​s
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-  *Garrison of Perth 
   *Garrison of Dunstaffnage (Capt Witter det)   *Garrison of Dunstaffnage (Capt Witter det)
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-  *Garrison of Perth+
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-  *Garrison of Perth+
   *July: Daniel removed and the regiment given to Pearson   *July: Daniel removed and the regiment given to Pearson
   *November: Regiment won over to Monck by Capt Witter   *November: Regiment won over to Monck by Capt Witter
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 Daniel’s regiment was raised in 1650 in Lancashire and Cheshire, marching north with Cromwell, they fought at the Battle of Dunbar then went into garrison at Leith. In 1651 the regiment took North Queensferry under Overton’s command; then helped Lambert win the Battle of Inverkeithing. ​ Daniel’s regiment was raised in 1650 in Lancashire and Cheshire, marching north with Cromwell, they fought at the Battle of Dunbar then went into garrison at Leith. In 1651 the regiment took North Queensferry under Overton’s command; then helped Lambert win the Battle of Inverkeithing. ​
  
-During the rest of the 1650s they garrisoned Perthwith detachments serving in minor garrisons. In 1659 Daniel was replaced by Pearson, then by Monck’s deputy in Scotland, Thomas Morgan. At the Restoration the regiment entered England in 1660 but were sent back to Scotland, where they remained in garrison until May 1662. They were then sent under Morgan’s command to assist the Portuguese against Spain in the Portuguese Restoration War. +During the rest of the 1650s they garrisoned Perth and St Johnstons ​with detachments serving in minor garrisons. In 1659 Daniel was replaced by Pearson, then by Monck’s deputy in Scotland, Thomas Morgan. At the Restoration the regiment entered England in 1660 but were sent back to Scotland, where they remained in garrison until May 1662. They were then sent under Morgan’s command to assist the Portuguese against Spain in the Portuguese Restoration War. 
  
 ===== Coats, Flags and Equipment===== ===== Coats, Flags and Equipment=====
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 ====Thomas Morgan==== ====Thomas Morgan====
 [[http://​www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/​biog/​morgan.htm|Thomas Morgan]] [[http://​www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/​biog/​morgan.htm|Thomas Morgan]]
 +====Officer Lists====
 +===1656===
 +Colonel William Daniel'​s Regiment of Foot((Worcester College Oxford, Clarke Manuscripts))
 +  *Colonel'​s company at St Johnstons, commanded by Captain Lieutenant Davenport
 +  *Lt Colonel John Pearson'​s company at St Johnstons
 +  *Major Richard Heath'​s company at St Johnstons
 +  *Captain Hugh Birtles'​ company at St Johnstons
 +  *Captain Nicholas Kelke'​s company at St Johnstons
 +  *Captain (Nicholas ?) Halford'​s company at St Johnstons
 +  *Captain Reynold'​s company at St. Johnstons
 +  *Captain Joseph Witter'​s company at Dunstafnage,​ "A sergeant and 16 men att" Drumond
 +  *Captain Francis Aldersey'​s company at Blair
 +  *Captain David Gascoyne'​s company at Finlarick
 +
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====