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Colonel William Strode’s Regiment of Foot

Active1642 to 1646
CountryEngland
AllegianceParliamentarian
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeFoot
ColonelWilliam Strode
Area RaisedSomerset
Flag Colour
Flag Design
Field ArmiesRuthen 1643?

Parliamentarian foot raised in Somerset and serving in the West Country, enduring the long siege of Plymouth

Service History

1643

  • January: Battle of Braddock Down?
  • February: Battle of Modbury
  • April: Taking of Sherborne
  • June: Skirmish at Malmesbury
  • July: Battle of Lansdown??

1644

  • September to January 1646: Besieged at Plymouth

1645

  • Besieged at Plymouth

1646

  • January: Siege of Plymouth lifted

Notes

Probably formed from Col. William Strode’s Somerset Trained Band of Foot, early engagements could refer to either of these regiments.

Flags

Notable Officers

Colonel William Strode

Strength

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