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parliamentarian:horse-regiments:col.-arthur-goodwin [04/02/2017 13:25]
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parliamentarian:horse-regiments:col.-arthur-goodwin [01/05/2017 19:29] (current)
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 |**Colonel**|Arthur Goodwin|  |**Colonel**|Arthur Goodwin|
 |**Area Raised**|South East|  |**Area Raised**|South East|
-|**Flag Colour**|| +|**Flag Colour**|red|
 |**Flag Design**|See below|  |**Flag Design**|See below|
 |**Field Armies**|Essex 1642-4| |**Field Armies**|Essex 1642-4|
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 E 669 f6 (32) )). The regiment appears to have been broken up in spring 1644, with some troops disbanded and the Colonel'​s troop joining Balfour'​s Regiment under captain Bruce Semple. Captains Richard Grenvile (not the more famous '​Skellum Grenville'​),​ Thomas Tyrill and Francis Ingoldsby led their troops to serve under Brown in garrison at Abingdon. ​ E 669 f6 (32) )). The regiment appears to have been broken up in spring 1644, with some troops disbanded and the Colonel'​s troop joining Balfour'​s Regiment under captain Bruce Semple. Captains Richard Grenvile (not the more famous '​Skellum Grenville'​),​ Thomas Tyrill and Francis Ingoldsby led their troops to serve under Brown in garrison at Abingdon. ​
 =====Flags & Equipment===== =====Flags & Equipment=====
 +Goodwin'​s cornet was plain red, illustrated above.
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 According to Blount: //Maj. Gen. Brown figured for his devise, a Death'​s head and a Crown of Laurel with ONE OF THESE for motto//​((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655)). ​ According to Blount: //Maj. Gen. Brown figured for his devise, a Death'​s head and a Crown of Laurel with ONE OF THESE for motto//​((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655)). ​
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====