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 [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Tinker_Fox|John Fox]] was nicknemd '​Tinker'​ by Royalist propagandists. Rumoured to have been King Charles I’s executioner,​ this is not supported by any evidence. Another biography at [[http://​www.johnfox.org.uk/​doku.php/​history/​johnfox|Colonel John Fox’s Regiment website]] [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Tinker_Fox|John Fox]] was nicknemd '​Tinker'​ by Royalist propagandists. Rumoured to have been King Charles I’s executioner,​ this is not supported by any evidence. Another biography at [[http://​www.johnfox.org.uk/​doku.php/​history/​johnfox|Colonel John Fox’s Regiment website]]
 ====Officer List==== ====Officer List====
-===Major Raynold Fox===+===Major Raynold Fox (12/02/44 - 01/04/45)===
 Colonel'​s brother Colonel'​s brother
 ===Captain Humphrey Tudman=== ===Captain Humphrey Tudman===
 Colonel'​s brother-in-law Colonel'​s brother-in-law
 ===Captain William Fox=== ===Captain William Fox===
-Colonel'​s brother +Colonel'​s brother ​may have taken over Captain Williams troop 
-===Captain John Johnson===+===Captain John Johnson ​(24/02/44 - 31/05/46)===
 ===Captain [     ] Williams=== ===Captain [     ] Williams===
 ===Captain William Gouge??=== ===Captain William Gouge??===
 Governor of Hawkesley House after it's capture by Fox. He was probably under the Worcestershire Committee rather than one of Fox's Officers. Following the destruction of Hawkesley he commanded a Foot company in Evesham under Colonel Rous. Governor of Hawkesley House after it's capture by Fox. He was probably under the Worcestershire Committee rather than one of Fox's Officers. Following the destruction of Hawkesley he commanded a Foot company in Evesham under Colonel Rous.
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
-Denbigh'​s Commission was for 6 troops of horse and 2 companies of dragoons. At it's peak in late 1644 the regiment probably had 4 troops of horse and 2 of dragoons. By mid 1645 strength was down to 1 troop of horse and 2 of dragoons and by the end of the year to a single troop with a detachment of foot having to be sent from Coventry to help secure the garrison.+Denbigh'​s Commission was for 6 troops of horse and 2 companies of dragoons. At it's peak in late 1644 the regiment probably had 3 or 4 troops of horse and 2 of dragoons. By mid 1645 strength was down to 1 troop of horse and 2 of dragoons and by the end of the year to a single troop with a detachment of foot having to be sent from Coventry to help secure the garrison.
 =====See Also======  =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====
 Fox's garrison is now re-enacted by  [[http://​www.johnfox.org.uk/​doku.php/​welcome|Colonel John Fox’s Regiment]] ​ of the [[http://​ecws.org.uk/​cms/​membership|English Civil War Society]]. ​ Fox's garrison is now re-enacted by  [[http://​www.johnfox.org.uk/​doku.php/​welcome|Colonel John Fox’s Regiment]] ​ of the [[http://​ecws.org.uk/​cms/​membership|English Civil War Society]]. ​