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Colonel John Bradley’s Regiment of Foot

Active1645 to 1647
CountryEngland
AllegianceParliamentarian
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeFoot
ColonelJohn Bradley
Area RaisedLondon
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Field ArmiesGarrison

Parliamentarian regiment of foot raised to man the fortifications of London

Service History

1645

  • June: Raised to garrison London

1646

  • Garrison London

1647

  • August: Disbanded

Notes

The Regiment was raised in 1645 specifically to man the forts around London and as such was under the control of the London Militia Committee rather than the army. Many of the officers had previously served in Colonel John Venn’s Regiment of Foot at Windsor and several of those had held pre-war trained band commands.

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Notable Officers

John Bradley

Officer List

  • Colonel John Bradley (ex-Venn's)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Buxton (ex-Venn's)
  • Major Henry Sanders (ex-Venn's)
  • Captain Richard Boult
  • Captain Jonathon Gawthorne (ex-Venn's)
  • Captain Richard Lane (ex-Venn's)
  • Captain Francis Maisy
  • Captain Robert Mallory
  • Captain Phillip Pinchon (ex-Venn's)
  • Captain Joseph Simonds (ex-Venn's)
  • Captain William Walden
  • Captain Timothy Wilkes

Strength

Intended to be 1200 strong when raised; by early July 1645 it had reach4d 860 men.

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