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Earl of Lothian’s Regiment of Foot for service in Ireland

Active1640-1645
CountryScotland
AllegianceCovenanter
ConflictsSecond Bishops’ War
First Civil War
TypeFoot
ColonelLothian
Area RaisedScotland
Grey?
Flag Colourunknown
Flag Designunknown
Field ArmiesLeven 1640?
Monro 1642-5

Scots Covenanter regiment of foot serving in Ireland then returning to Scotland during the First Civil War

Service History

1640

  • August: Battle of Newburn Ford?

1642

  • Sent to Ireland

1644

  • October: Battle of Fyvie

1645

  • 9th May: Battle of Auldearn - 400 men
  • July to September: Siege of Hereford

Notes

Flags

Notable Officers

Captain William Douglas

Killed at Auldearn

Captain Alexander Drummond

Killed at Auldearn

Captain Gideon Murray

Killed at Auldearn

Captain Sir John Murray

Killed at Auldearn

Earl of Lothian

Strength

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