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 +|**Flag Illustration**|{{:​parliamentarian:​capt_nathaniel_barton.jpg?​200|}}((Original artwork by Tony Barton, shown by kind permission of Tony Barton and Charles Kightly. Previously published in Military Modelling magazine))|
 |**Active**|1645 to 1649| |**Active**|1645 to 1649|
 |**Country**|England| |**Country**|England|
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 | |Adrian Scroope|  | |Adrian Scroope|
 |**Area Raised**||  |**Area Raised**||
-|**Flag Colour**||  +|**Flag Colour**|black & white?|  
-|**Flag Design**| | +|**Flag Design**|see below|
 |**Field Armies**|NMA 1645-6| |**Field Armies**|NMA 1645-6|
 | |Horton 1648| | |Horton 1648|
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 ===== Flags and Equipment===== ===== Flags and Equipment=====
 Graves'​ regiment lost three cornets at Thame, according to local schoolboy Anthony a Wood((//The Life of Anthony a Wood// in Athenae Oxonienses [[http://​books.google.co.uk/​books?​id=6bI4AQAAMAAJ&​pg=PR9&​lpg=PR9&​dq=colonel+david+walter+1645&​source=bl&​ots=oMKyZPz8yA&​sig=BXP87UBmG0_t-pjNgyrobsoOu84&​hl=en&​sa=X&​ei=PtMxU4bGO6HG0AWS2YGQBA&​ved=0CDQQ6AEwAg#​v=onepage&​q&​f=false|Google Books]] )). Two had mottos, one was //Non Reos Res//, the other //Patria Poscente Paratus//, roughly translating as 'not guilty of these things'​ and 'our country demands supplies',​ which don't sound likely cornet mottos so might be a schoolboy prank. ​ Graves'​ regiment lost three cornets at Thame, according to local schoolboy Anthony a Wood((//The Life of Anthony a Wood// in Athenae Oxonienses [[http://​books.google.co.uk/​books?​id=6bI4AQAAMAAJ&​pg=PR9&​lpg=PR9&​dq=colonel+david+walter+1645&​source=bl&​ots=oMKyZPz8yA&​sig=BXP87UBmG0_t-pjNgyrobsoOu84&​hl=en&​sa=X&​ei=PtMxU4bGO6HG0AWS2YGQBA&​ved=0CDQQ6AEwAg#​v=onepage&​q&​f=false|Google Books]] )). Two had mottos, one was //Non Reos Res//, the other //Patria Poscente Paratus//, roughly translating as 'not guilty of these things'​ and 'our country demands supplies',​ which don't sound likely cornet mottos so might be a schoolboy prank. ​
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 +Captain Nathaniel Barton'​s troop carried a black and white cornet with a motto on a scroll (Illustration 1) but this might relate instead to his service in [[parliamentarian:​horse-regiments:​sir-john-gell|Sir John Gell’s Regiment of Horse]] in the First Civil War. 
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 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
  
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 ====Colonel Adrian Scroope==== ====Colonel Adrian Scroope====
 [[http://​www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/​biog/​scrope.htm|Adrian Scroope]] [[http://​www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/​biog/​scrope.htm|Adrian Scroope]]
 +====Major Nathaniel Barton===
 +Of Derbyshire. Starting off as a chaplain, he was made Captain of [[parliamentarian:​horse-regiments:​sir-john-gell|Sir John Gell’s Regiment of Horse]]. He served as Captain under Graves and was promoted to Major under Scroope. ​
 ====Officer Lists==== ====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. ​ 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. ​