Lord Mandeville’s Regiment of Foot

ConflictsFirst Civil War
ColonelLord Mandeville
Area Raised
Coat ColourBlue
Flag Colour
Flag Design
Field ArmiesEssex 1642

Parliamentarian Regiment of Foot that joined Essex’s army and fought at Edgehill

Service History


  • 23rd September: Battle of Edgehill
  • 13th November: Standoff at Turnham Green


Coats, Flags and Equipment

The regiment wore blue coats from September 1642 1).

Notable Officers

Lord Mandeville

Edward Montagu, better known as the 2nd Earl of Manchester, a title he inherited on the death of his father Henry, 1st Earl of Manchester, in November 1642.

Officer Lists

September 1642

  • Col Henry Lord Mandeville2) (presumably an error for Edward Lord Mandeville)
    • Capt Lt Turkington
    • Ens Jasper Goodwin
  • Lt Col John Parkinson
    • Lt John Hoskins
    • Ens Nathaniel Walmsly
  • Major John Drake
    • Lt Roger Whetstone
    • Ens Thomas Davies
  • Capt Francis Wilson
    • Lt Francis Ballard
    • John Ramsey
  • Capt Henry Samerster
    • Lt Henry Worth
    • Ens Charles Davies
  • Capt Edward Watts
    • Lt John Rose
    • Ens Thomas Goodwin
  • Capt Robert Goodwin
    • Lt Bridges Bushell
    • Ens Matthew Milbourn
  • Capt Daniel Redman
    • Lt Nicholas Dibdale
    • Ens Fleming
  • Capt Osborn Williams
    • Lt Hugh Beeston
    • Ens John Daily
  • Capt Robert Palmer
    • Lt James Blodwell
  • Provost Marshall: John Turner
  • Chaplain: Simon Ash
  • Surgeon: William Stannard
  • Carriage Master: Robert Ousby
  • Quartermaster: Nicholas Wood


  • October 1642: 705 rank and file3)

See Also

1) ECW Flags and Colours 1: English Foot, Stuart Peachey & Les Prince 1990, Partizan Press ISBN:0946525846
2) A List of the Army Under the Command of Robert Earle of Essex British Library E 117 (30)