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 A record of quartering in the parish of Kelwiston (Kelston Somerset) between Bristol and Bath includes "for Quartering my Lord Standford'​s regiment of horse Comanded by Major Gould, by Capt Halse [Halsey?], Capt Drake, Capt Bescone [Boscowen?] etc a fortnight 20-00-00"​ All these are known commanders of horse troops in Devon. But whether this was a formally constituted regiment of just a loose collection of independent troops is unclear. (//N.A. SP28/​42/​713//​) A record of quartering in the parish of Kelwiston (Kelston Somerset) between Bristol and Bath includes "for Quartering my Lord Standford'​s regiment of horse Comanded by Major Gould, by Capt Halse [Halsey?], Capt Drake, Capt Bescone [Boscowen?] etc a fortnight 20-00-00"​ All these are known commanders of horse troops in Devon. But whether this was a formally constituted regiment of just a loose collection of independent troops is unclear. (//N.A. SP28/​42/​713//​)
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-The Earl of Stamford'​s cornet is illustrated ​above. ​+An illustration of the Earl of Stamford'​s cornet is shown above.  
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 +The Earl of Stamford had no figure in his coronet, which was inscribed thus, FOR RELIGION, KING AND COUNTRY, and under that AIMEZ PUISSANCE((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655.)).
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 ====Earl of Stamford==== ====Earl of Stamford====