Colonel George Fleetwood's Regiment of Foot

Active1645 - 1646
CountryEngland
AllegianceParliamentarian
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeFoot
ColonelGeorge Fleetwood
Thomas Bulstrode
Area RaisedBuckinghamshire
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Later Colonel Thomas Bulstrode's Regiment of Foot

Parliamentarian Regiment of Foot serving in Buckinghamshire

Service History

1645

  • September: Raised in Buckinghamshire
  • October: Quartered at Great Marlow

1646

  • February: Bulstrode takes over from Fleetwood
  • May to June: Siege of Oxford
  • June: Siege of Boarstall House
  • June: Siege of Faringdon
  • July: Siege of Wallingford
  • August: Bulstrode's pay ends

Notes

The Regiment seems to have been newly raised in Sept 1645 rather than being an existing Trained Band unit.

Flags

Notable Officers

Colonel George Fleetwood

Colonel Thomas Bulstrode

Regimental Officers

  • Col George Fleetwood 01/09/45 - 01/02/46
    • Capt Lt? John Theede
    • Ens Thomas Scott
    • QM Ralph Baldwin
  • Col Thomas Bulstode 01/02/46 - 26/08/46 (Took over Fleetwood's company)1)
  • Lt Col Theed
    • Lt Robert Pitkin
  • Major Christopher Eggleton 01/09/45 - 26/08/46
    • Lt Daniell Horne
    • Ens. Stephen Whelply
    • Clark Richard Dilater
    • Corp Randolph Gosham (dead by 21/01/46)
  • Capt George Baldwin? (By October 1645) Previously in Tyrill's Regt in Aylesbury
    • Corp William Russell
  • Capt Richard Pratt 01/09/45 - 26/08/46
    • Lt Samuell Pratt as above
    • Ensign Nathaniell Dancer as above
  • Capt Thomas Snell 01/09/45 - /07/46 01/02/46 - 26/08/46 under Bulstrode
    • Lt Thomas Fisher
    • Ensign Ezekiell Norwood 01/09/45 - 01/02/46 then under Bulstrode
    • Corp Joseph Page
    • Drum Richard Barrow
    • Thomas Borrow served in the company from 01/09/45 to 22/05/46 under Col Fleetwood and after under Col Bulstrode
  • Capt William Theed (Sept 1645)
    • Ensign Henry Green
    • Sargt Thomas King
    • Sargt William Wheeler
    • Corp William Nelson
    • Corp Thomas June

(N.A. SP28/220)

Strength

In October 1645 the Regiment was Quartered at Great Marlow and was 350 strong

See Also

1) N.A. SP28/125/part1/c3 the pagation in this volume is a bit off and restarts 3 times