Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

parliamentarian:horse-regiments:bazil-fielding-earl-of-denbigh [04/02/2017 00:45]
tim
parliamentarian:horse-regiments:bazil-fielding-earl-of-denbigh [23/03/2019 14:00] (current)
tim
Line 47: Line 47:
  
 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
-The number of troops apparently serving under Denbigh is remarkable even for a double regiment. Possibly Colonel Thomas Archer took over the regiment, or at least part of it, after Denbigh'​s departure following the Self-Denying Ordinance in 1645. +Based on Lord Fielding'​s troop of [[parliamentarian:​horse-regiments:​lord-fielding|Lord Fielding’s Regiment of Horse]] of Essex'​s army. The rest of the regiment remained with Essex, serving under Colonel Middleton. ​The number of troops apparently serving under Denbigh is remarkable even for a double regiment. Possibly Colonel Thomas Archer took over the regiment, or at least part of it, after Denbigh'​s departure following the Self-Denying Ordinance in 1645. 
 =====Flags & Equipment===== =====Flags & Equipment=====
 Grey coated or perhaps grey cloaked? The Staffordshire committee delivered 8 1/2 yards of gray cloth to Capt Rooper'​s Quartermaster. Grey coated or perhaps grey cloaked? The Staffordshire committee delivered 8 1/2 yards of gray cloth to Capt Rooper'​s Quartermaster.