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parliamentarian:horse-regiments:col.-william-purefoy [19/08/2019 10:35]
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   *January: Storm of Addisbury   *January: Storm of Addisbury
 +  *January: Defence of Compton House, det under Capt Lt George Purefoy
   *April: Skirmish at Sherborne Field   *April: Skirmish at Sherborne Field
   *September: Battle of Rowton Heath (detachment of 300 under Major Hawksworth)   *September: Battle of Rowton Heath (detachment of 300 under Major Hawksworth)
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 +For the defence of Compton House, see the [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​earl-of-northampton|Earl of Northampton’s Regiment of Foot]].
  
 Possibly Purefoy'​s regiment served at Stow on the Wold, if Major Hawksworth is to be equated with Major Hankefford of the Warwick Regiment: E.334.1 Lord Astley was taken prisoner at Stow by Nicholas Whitehead, servant to Major Hankefford of the Warwick Regiment. He gave his arms and money to Whitehead, seven pounds in Gold and three pounds in Silver. Possibly Purefoy'​s regiment served at Stow on the Wold, if Major Hawksworth is to be equated with Major Hankefford of the Warwick Regiment: E.334.1 Lord Astley was taken prisoner at Stow by Nicholas Whitehead, servant to Major Hankefford of the Warwick Regiment. He gave his arms and money to Whitehead, seven pounds in Gold and three pounds in Silver.