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protestant:foot-regiments:col-william-cromwell [30/10/2017 17:44]
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   *31st May: Storm of Leicester   *31st May: Storm of Leicester
   *June: Battle of Naseby   *June: Battle of Naseby
 +  *July: Recruited in Wales
  
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 =====Notes==== =====Notes====
 +Quite a few foot Regiments that fought at Naseby were subsequently re-recruited in Wales from July 1645, including William Murray’s, Appleyard’s Tillier’s,​ John Pawlett’s,​ Sir Jacob Astley’s, Duke of York’s, King’s Lifeguard, Sir Henry Bard’s, Sir Bernard Astley’s, Robert Broughton'​s and Lisle’s((from original research by Victor Judge, BCW user 1642)).
 =====Coats and Flags===== =====Coats and Flags=====
 Often said to have been clothed in green coats on their return to Britain, there’s no clear evidence for this, unlike [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​henry-tillier|Colonel Henry Tillier’s Regiment of Foot]], their ‘sister’ regiment. However, at the Battle of Marston Moor a brigade of Royalist greencoats is mentioned, implying more than one regiment, that could be Broughton'​s and Tillier'​s. ​ Often said to have been clothed in green coats on their return to Britain, there’s no clear evidence for this, unlike [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​henry-tillier|Colonel Henry Tillier’s Regiment of Foot]], their ‘sister’ regiment. However, at the Battle of Marston Moor a brigade of Royalist greencoats is mentioned, implying more than one regiment, that could be Broughton'​s and Tillier'​s. ​