Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

covenanter:horse-regiments:earl-of-balcarres [29/06/2016 22:52]
tim
covenanter:horse-regiments:earl-of-balcarres [14/09/2016 20:15] (current)
tim
Line 18: Line 18:
 | |Urry 1645| | |Urry 1645|
 | |Baille 1645| | |Baille 1645|
 +| |Browne 1651|
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
Line 52: Line 53:
   *May: Balcarres appointed Colonel of horse for Fife   *May: Balcarres appointed Colonel of horse for Fife
   *September: Disbanded after the Treaty of Stirling   *September: Disbanded after the Treaty of Stirling
 +====1650====
 +  *December: Balcarres commissioned colonel of horse for Fife
 ====1651==== ====1651====
   *Re-raised in Fife   *Re-raised in Fife
 +  *April: Quartered at Dunfermline
   *May: Assigned to Browne'​s 3rd Cavalry Brigade   *May: Assigned to Browne'​s 3rd Cavalry Brigade
-  *20th July: Battle of Inverkeithing+  ​*June: Ordered from Fife to Stirling 
 +  ​*20th July: Battle of Inverkeithing ​//left flank// 
 +  *November: Balcarres disbands the regiment, then surrenders to the English in December
  
 =====Notes==== =====Notes====
Line 64: Line 70:
 In 1647 the regiment disbanded, apart from Archibald Strachan'​s troop that continued as part of the Scots New Model Army. Balcarres was commissioned colonel again in 1648 but nothing is known of his regiment'​s activities. In 1647 the regiment disbanded, apart from Archibald Strachan'​s troop that continued as part of the Scots New Model Army. Balcarres was commissioned colonel again in 1648 but nothing is known of his regiment'​s activities.
  
-In 1651 the regiment was raised anew in Fife, serving at Inverkeithing. ​+In 1651 the regiment was raised anew in Fife, serving at Inverkeithing.
 =====Flags & Equipment===== =====Flags & Equipment=====
 In February 1646 Balcarres requested 3 yards of cloth for each man and 200 pairs of pistols, as well as horses and arrears of pay.  In February 1646 Balcarres requested 3 yards of cloth for each man and 200 pairs of pistols, as well as horses and arrears of pay. 
Line 80: Line 86:
   *1647: 1 troop   *1647: 1 troop
   *1648: 120 men to be levied   *1648: 120 men to be levied
 +  *1651: September: 250 horse
 =====See Also======  =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====