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   *Conquest of North Wales   *Conquest of North Wales
-  *June:​Carter accepts surrender of Caernarvon Castle+  *June: Carter accepts surrender of Caernarvon Castle
 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
 Parliamentarian foot raised by Sir Thomas Myddleton and intended to be sent by sea to join his campaign in Wales. Part at least of the Regiment were forced to put into Milford Haven and fought for a period under Laugharne. By April 1645 Beale had been made a Parliamentary Commissioner to Ulster. The Regiment possibly by now combined with the rest of [[parliamentarian:​foot-regiments:​sir-thomas-myddleton|Sir Thomas Myddleton’s Regiment of Foot]] were taken over by it's former Lt Col. John Carter. It is not known when or if the remainder of the regiment joined Myddleton. Only Beale (through his Lt Sylan Collanto) Carter and Twisleton have been firmly identified as in action in Wales and Cheshire. Parliamentarian foot raised by Sir Thomas Myddleton and intended to be sent by sea to join his campaign in Wales. Part at least of the Regiment were forced to put into Milford Haven and fought for a period under Laugharne. By April 1645 Beale had been made a Parliamentary Commissioner to Ulster. The Regiment possibly by now combined with the rest of [[parliamentarian:​foot-regiments:​sir-thomas-myddleton|Sir Thomas Myddleton’s Regiment of Foot]] were taken over by it's former Lt Col. John Carter. It is not known when or if the remainder of the regiment joined Myddleton. Only Beale (through his Lt Sylan Collanto) Carter and Twisleton have been firmly identified as in action in Wales and Cheshire.