Colonel Thomas Chomley’s Regiment of Foot

Active1644 to 1645
CountryEngland
AllegianceParliamentarian
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeFoot
ColonelThomas Chomley
Area RaisedCumberland
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Parliamentarian regiment of foot serving in Cumberland. Chomley also had two attached troops of Horse.

Service History

1644

  • October 1st: Regiment raised (4 companies)
  • October to July 1645: Siege of Carlisle

1645

  • May 1st: 2 additional companies raised
  • October 15th: Regiment reduced

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Notable Officers

Colonel Thomas Chomley

Officer List

  • Colonel Thomas Chomley (served 1st October 1644 to 15th October 1645)
    • Captain-Lieutenant Christopher Robinson
  • Lieutenant Colonel John Chomley senior (served 1st October 1644 to 15th October 1645)
  • Major John Chomley junior (served 1st October 1644 to 15th October 1645)
  • Captain Richard Conyers (served 1st October 1644 to 15th October 1645)
  • Captain Edward Todd (served 1st May 1645 to 15th October 1645)
  • Captain William Broadley (served 1st May 1645 to 15th October 1645)

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