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 In May 1649 they wore blue ribbons in their hats as a sign of allegiance to Fairfax, rather than the sea green and black of the Levellers. ​ In May 1649 they wore blue ribbons in their hats as a sign of allegiance to Fairfax, rather than the sea green and black of the Levellers. ​
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
-Lists of officers for April and May 1645, December 1646, May and August 1647 and May 1649 are shown in //​Reconstructing the New Model Army. Volume 1, Regimental Lists April 1645 to May 1649// by Malcolm Wanklyn, Helion & Co. 2015. ISBN 978-1-910777-10-7. ​ 
  
 ====Colonel Edward Whalley==== ====Colonel Edward Whalley====
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 ====Lord Falkland==== ====Lord Falkland====
 Briefly Colonel replacing Saunders until disbandment. Briefly Colonel replacing Saunders until disbandment.
 +====Officer Lists====
 +More detailed lists of officers for April and May 1645, December 1646, May and August 1647 and May 1649 are shown in //​Reconstructing the New Model Army. Volume 1, Regimental Lists April 1645 to May 1649// by Malcolm Wanklyn, Helion & Co. 2015. ISBN 978-1-910777-10-7. ​
 +===May 1645 and December 1646===
 +From //Anglia Rediviva//​((Sprigge,​ Joshua, Anglia Rediviva, London 1647))
 +  *Colonel: Edward Whalley ​
 +  *Major: Christopher Bethell, replaced by Robert Swallow
 +  *Captain: Robert Swallow, promoted to Major to replace Bethell, replaced by Capt John Pitchford
 +  *Captain: John Grove
 +  *Captain: Henry Cannon
 +  *Captain: William Evanson
 +
  
-Colonel Edward Whalley'​s Regiment of Horse 
-Major: Christopher Bethell 
-Captains: Robert Swallow 
-John Grove 
-Henry Cannon 
-William Evanson 
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
   *1645: Established at six troops   *1645: Established at six troops