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parliamentarian:foot-regiments:christopher-potley [27/10/2019 17:58]
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 |**Area Raised**|| |**Area Raised**||
 |**Coat Colour**|Yellow?​| |**Coat Colour**|Yellow?​|
 +| |Grey?|
 |**Flag Colour**|Black??​|  |**Flag Colour**|Black??​|
 |**Flag Design**||  |**Flag Design**||
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   *April to May: Besieged at Taunton?   *April to May: Besieged at Taunton?
   *The regiment enters the New Model Army as [[new-model-army:​foot-regiments:​sir-hardress-waller|Sir Hardress Waller’s Regiment of Foot]]   *The regiment enters the New Model Army as [[new-model-army:​foot-regiments:​sir-hardress-waller|Sir Hardress Waller’s Regiment of Foot]]
-  *July: Greycoats of 'Col Leyton'​s'​ put into Hardress Waller'​s regiment. ​+  *July: Greycoats of 'Col Morley'​s,​ and Col Leyton'​s'​ put into Hardress Waller'​s regiment. ​
  
 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
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 Possibly yellow coats, a reference to yellowcoats of Waller'​s army could refer to Potley'​s or Sir William Waller'​s own regiment of foot. In the New Model Army they carried black flags and might possibly have done so prior to New Modelling. Possibly yellow coats, a reference to yellowcoats of Waller'​s army could refer to Potley'​s or Sir William Waller'​s own regiment of foot. In the New Model Army they carried black flags and might possibly have done so prior to New Modelling.
  
-Interestingly,​ they appear to have worn grey coats in 1645, though this does not mean that they necessarily did in 1644. //The Gray Coates of Col. Morleyes, and Col. Leytons are put in Col. Pickerings and Col. Wallers Regiments.//​ (E293.23) The Moderate Intelligencer Thursday July 17th-Thursday July 25th 1645.+Interestingly,​ they appear to have worn grey coats in 1645, though this does not mean that they necessarily did in 1644. //The Gray Coates of Col. Morleyes, and Col. Leytons are put in Col. Pickerings and Col. Wallers Regiments.//​ (E293.23) The Moderate Intelligencer Thursday July 17th-Thursday July 25th 1645. Whether the grey coats refers to just Morley'​s or both regiments is unclear
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 A list of officers is shown in Laurence Spring'​s //​Waller'​s Army, The Regiments of Sir William Waller'​s Southern Association//​ The Pike and Shot Association 2007 ISBN 978-1-902768-34-2 A list of officers is shown in Laurence Spring'​s //​Waller'​s Army, The Regiments of Sir William Waller'​s Southern Association//​ The Pike and Shot Association 2007 ISBN 978-1-902768-34-2