Colonel Ralph Weldon’s Regiment of Foot
|Conflicts||First Civil War|
|Field Armies||Waller 1644-5|
Parliamentarian regiment of foot from Kent serving with Waller’s Southern Association
- November: Raised in Kent
- January: Weldon commissioned Colonel
- February: Sir William Springate’s Regiment of Foot reduced into Weldon's
- March: Battle of Cheriton
- May: Skirmish at Newbridge?
- June: Skirmish at Newbridge?
- June: Battle of Cropredy Bridge
- July to August: Siege of Donnington Castle
- August: Siege of Wareham
- November: In garrison at Lyme Regis
- January: In garrison at Weymouth
- February: Besieged at Weymouth
- April: Enter the New Model Army as Colonel Ralph Weldon’s Regiment of Foot at Wokingham
Coats and Flags
Red coats, crimson flags 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
Col Ralph Weldon
- January 1644: 11 Companies
- September 1644: 500 men