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 ====1643==== ====1643====
   *January: Crow serving as a Captain of dragoons   *January: Crow serving as a Captain of dragoons
 +  *May: Possibly besieged at Worcester (a detachment)? ​
   *May: Quartered at Ludlow   *May: Quartered at Ludlow
   *October: Battle of Wem and Lea Bridge?   *October: Battle of Wem and Lea Bridge?
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 Perhaps of Carmarthenshire,​ by 1660 he was involved in a scheme to carry letters between London and Amsterdam. Perhaps of Carmarthenshire,​ by 1660 he was involved in a scheme to carry letters between London and Amsterdam.
  
-Colonel Henry Crowes Regiment of Dragoons+====Officer List==== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-I.O. ALL DONE+  *Colonel Henry Crow
  
-Captain ​                                      ​Blundon ​      ​(1) +  *Captain Blundon (1) 
-Captain ​                         William Edwards ​     I.O. Herefords.  +  *Captain William Edwards I.O. Herefords.  
-Captain ​                         John Fisher ​             I.O. L + W +  *Captain John Fisher I.O. L + W 
-Captain ​                         Vincent Shepheard I.O. Salop. +  *Captain Vincent Shepheard I.O. Salop.
-Lieutenant ​                    John Beynon ​          I.O. Salop. to Capt. Shepheard ​+
  
 +  *Lieutenant John Beynon I.O. Salop. to Capt. Shepheard
 +  ​
 +  *Quartermaster ​  ​Walker ​ to Co. Crow           
 +
 +=====Contemporary References=====
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
 +
 +==Bagley'​s note==
  
 (1) LB7/​2138 (1) LB7/​2138
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 Undated but probably 1643. Undated but probably 1643.
-Other Regiments mentioned,​Colonel Herberts,​Colonel Woodhouse and a visit of Prince Rupert.+Other Regiments mentioned, Colonel Herberts, Colonel Woodhouse and a visit of Prince Rupert.
  
-  
  
-To the Bayliffes,​Sheriffes and under Officers of the towne of Ludlow+==Fisher to Ottley== 
 + 
 +(2) Ottley Papers 
 +THOMAS FISHER TO  Sir Francis Ottley.  
 + 
 + 
 +Noble Sir  
 + 
 +I doubt not but before these you have heard from Worcester; it is here confirmed that the Rebels is retreated with luss and Shame to Tewkesbury, Mr Walker, quarter master to Coll: Crow, came but Yesterday from Worcester, &  
 +Affirms 180 of the Enemy to be slain, & I could wish that all the Enemys of my Lord the King were as they ; the Lord be with us, & my prayers shall be for you as,  
 + 
 +Yours to Command to my power, 
 + 
 +Ludlow May 31 1643. For his Ma ties special affairs. Thomas Fisher.  
 + 
 +For the Honored Sir Francis Oattley Knight  
 +Governor of Shrewsbury these present  
 +Hast Hast Post Hast Ludlow May 31 6 of the Clock morning  
 + 
 +Thomas Fisher was Governor of Ludlow at this time.  
 + 
 + 
 +==Crow'​s command== 
 + 
 +To the Bayliffes, Sheriffes and under Officers of the towne of Ludlow 
 These are to require you to command Richard Waker to be brought before me who was apprehended upon suspision of carrynge of letters for Brompton Castell hereof fayle not so you will answer the contrarie. These are to require you to command Richard Waker to be brought before me who was apprehended upon suspision of carrynge of letters for Brompton Castell hereof fayle not so you will answer the contrarie.
 Henry Crowe Henry Crowe
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 +==Billeting==
  
 Hadnall Hadnall
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 Fower men and 4 horses under the command of Collonell Crowe for 4 dayes at the rate of 3d ye meale for men and the horses at the rate of 6d day and night 12sh. Fower men and 4 horses under the command of Collonell Crowe for 4 dayes at the rate of 3d ye meale for men and the horses at the rate of 6d day and night 12sh.
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 +
 +==Crow arrested==
  
 Harl. Mss. 6802 f.102 Harl. Mss. 6802 f.102
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 Oxford 23.4.1644 Oxford 23.4.1644
 Coll. Henry Crow held at his Majestys pleasure for making scandalous accusations of the Earl of Carberry. Coll. Henry Crow held at his Majestys pleasure for making scandalous accusations of the Earl of Carberry.
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 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
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