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-It’s unclear whether this should be accounted Colonel Alexander Popham’s or his brother, Colonel Edward Popham’s Regiment of horse. Possibly both commanded at different times. It probably had a single troop in 1643. The regiment might also have been combined with [[Alexander Popham’s Regiment of Dragoons]]. It does appear to be a separate regiment from Colonel Francis Popham’s Horse though. ​+It’s unclear whether this should be accounted Colonel Alexander Popham’s or his brother, Colonel Edward Popham’s Regiment of horse. Possibly both commanded at different times. It probably had a single troop in 1643. The regiment might also have been combined with [[parliamentarian:​dragoon-regiments:​col.-alexander-popham|Colonel ​Alexander Popham’s Regiment of Dragoons]]. It does appear to be a separate regiment from Colonel Francis Popham’s Horse though. ​
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 According to Blount; //In Col. Alex. Popham'​s Regiment one Captain bore for figure a broken Crown and Scepter, and a broken Mytre, the motto MAJORUM VANITAE//​((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655)). ​ According to Blount; //In Col. Alex. Popham'​s Regiment one Captain bore for figure a broken Crown and Scepter, and a broken Mytre, the motto MAJORUM VANITAE//​((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655)). ​