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-|**Active**|1642 to 1646(?)|+|**Active**|1642 to 1646|
 |**Country**|England| |**Country**|England|
 |**Allegiance**|Parliamentarian| |**Allegiance**|Parliamentarian|
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 |**Flag Design**| |  |**Flag Design**| |
-|**Field Armies**||+|**Field Armies**|Garrison| 
 +| |Holland 1643| 
 +| |Fairfax 1643-4|
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 ====1642==== ====1642====
-  *September: ​Siege of Manchester+  *September: ​Besieged in Manchester
  
 ====1643==== ====1643====
   *February: Storm of Preston   *February: Storm of Preston
-  *March: ​garrisoned ​at Lancaster (two companies)+  *March: ​Garrisoned ​at Lancaster (two companies) 
 +  *March: Defence of Bolton
   *April: Storm of Wigan   *April: Storm of Wigan
   *30th June: Battle of Adwalton Moor   *30th June: Battle of Adwalton Moor
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 ====1644==== ====1644====
   *25th January: Battle of Nantwich   *25th January: Battle of Nantwich
-  ​+  ​*February to May First Siege of Lathom House 
 + 
 +====1645==== 
 +  * July to December Second Siege of Lathom House (?) 
 + 
 +====1646==== 
 +  * disbanded 
 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
-Raised in the Salford Hundred by the local gentry who ‘with their tenants and well-affected neighbours’ joined in the defence of Manchester ((//Tracts Relating To Military Proceedings In Lancashire During The Great Civil War: Commencing With The Removal, By Parliament, Of James, Lord Strange... And Terminating With His Execution At...//, George Ormerod reprinted 2012, Nabu Press ISBN:​1286579775)) ​+Raised in the Salford Hundred by the local gentry who ‘with their tenants and well-affected neighbours’ joined in the defence of Manchester ((//Tracts Relating To Military Proceedings In Lancashire During The Great Civil War: Commencing With The Removal, By Parliament, Of James, Lord Strange... And Terminating With His Execution At...//, George Ormerod reprinted 2012, Nabu Press ISBN:​1286579775)). Often brigaded with Ralph Ashton'​s Regiment until the battle of Nantwich.
 Holland was described as cautious and conservative.((//​A General Plague of Madness, The Civil Wars in Lancashire 1640-1660//,​ Stephen Bull 2009, Carnegie ISBN:​9781859361917)) Holland was described as cautious and conservative.((//​A General Plague of Madness, The Civil Wars in Lancashire 1640-1660//,​ Stephen Bull 2009, Carnegie ISBN:​9781859361917))
-March 1643 the regiment was ordered to march for the relief of Wem in Shropshire; Holland wrote that his troops were suffering '​sicknesse,​ diseases and other disasters of warre',​ of those who were fit they were '​discouraged and mutinous through want of pay and clothing'​. Lord Derby'​s night attack on Bolton ​ (28th March 1643) meant the order was cancelled.+March 1643 the regiment was ordered to march for the relief of Wem in Shropshire; Holland wrote that his troops were suffering '​sicknesse,​ diseases and other disasters of warre',​ of those who were fit they were '​discouraged and mutinous through want of pay and clothing'​. Lord Derby'​s night attack on Bolton ​ (28th March 1643) meant the order was cancelled. This reputation for mutinous behaviour was cemented by their behaviour at Lathom House ((//Tracts Relating To Military Proceedings In Lancashire During The Great Civil War: Commencing With The Removal, By Parliament, Of James, Lord Strange... And Terminating With His Execution At...//, George Ormerod reprinted 2012, Nabu Press ISBN:​1286579775)).
 ===== Flags===== ===== Flags=====
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
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 [[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Richard_Holland_(Parliamentarian)|Richard Holland]] [[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Richard_Holland_(Parliamentarian)|Richard Holland]]
 Governor of Manchester, MP for Lancashire Governor of Manchester, MP for Lancashire
-====Captain Thomas Chetham==== +====Regimental officers==== 
-Thomas Chetham (baptised 1599, died 1657) of Nuthurst, Lancashire. Eldest son of James Chetham of Nuthurst and his wife Margery, daughter of John Cudworth of Werneth, Lancashire. Cousin of Sir Humphrey Chetham (founder of the the Bluecoat School and Library in Manchester, Parliament'​s treasurer of Lancashire). He ‘fought both within and outside Lancashire between 1642 and 1646’ ((//​Humphrey Chetham 1580-1653: Fortune, Politics and Mercantile Culture in Seventeenth Century England//, S.J.Guscott 2003, Chetham Society ISBN:​1858251915))+  * Lt-Col James Cantrell 
 +  * Major Richard Radcliffe - of Radcliffe Hall, Salford 
 +  * Captain Robert Ashton 
 +  * Captain John Booth 
 +  * Captain ​Thomas Chetham ​(baptised 1599, died 1657) of Nuthurst, Lancashire. Eldest son of James Chetham of Nuthurst and his wife Margery, daughter of John Cudworth of Werneth, Lancashire. Cousin of Sir Humphrey Chetham (founder of the the Bluecoat School and Library in Manchester, Parliament'​s treasurer of Lancashire). He ‘fought both within and outside Lancashire between 1642 and 1646’ ((//​Humphrey Chetham 1580-1653: Fortune, Politics and Mercantile Culture in Seventeenth Century England//, S.J.Guscott 2003, Chetham Society ISBN:​1858251915)) 
 +  * Captain Richard Halliwell 
 +  * Captain Joshua Radcliffe
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 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====