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-|**Active**|1642-6|+|**Active**|1642 ​to 1646|
 |**Country**|England| |**Country**|England|
 |**Allegiance**|Royalist| |**Allegiance**|Royalist|
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 | |Grenville 1644?| | |Grenville 1644?|
 | |Goring 1645-6| | |Goring 1645-6|
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 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
-Originally the Regiment of Colonel John Trevannion and upon his decease taken over by Colonel William Arundell. Upon William Arundell'​s decease it passed to Colonel Richard Arundell. ​+Originally the Regiment of Colonel ​Sir John Trevannion and upon his decease ​at the storm of Bristol was taken over by Colonel William Arundell. Upon William Arundell'​s decease it passed to Colonel Richard Arundell. Richard Arundell was noted by Hopton as being one of the leaders of Cornish Trained Bands in 1646
  
 =====Coats, Flags and Equipment===== =====Coats, Flags and Equipment=====
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 ====Officer Lists==== ====Officer Lists====
-Colonel William Arundell+From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-Sargeant Major             ​Phillip Dart         Ment. I.O.+===Under Colonel William Arundell===
  
-Sargeant Major             ​John Spry           ​Ment. I.O.+  *Colonel William Arundell 
 +  *Sargeant Major Phillip Dart Ment. I.O. 
 +  *Sargeant Major John Spry Ment. I.O.
  
-Lieutenant ​                    ​John Spry           ​I.O. Cornwall to Major Dart+  *Lieutenant John Spry I.O. Cornwall to Major Dart
  
-Ensign ​                          ​Gilbert Ford        I.O. Devon to Sgnt. Maj. Spry    ​+  *Ensign Gilbert Ford I.O. Devon to Sgnt. Maj. Spry    ​
  
  
-The Regiment was originally raised by Sir John Trevannion and upon his death at  +===Under Colonel Richard Arundell===
-the storm of Bristol the Regiment was passed to William Arundell. +
- +
-St.Stephen by Saltash Parish Register +
-Colonell Will. Arundell the sonne of John Arundell of Trerice was buried the nineteenth day of December 1643.  +
- +
-SP29.8.123 +
-Extract. +
-July 1660 +
-To the Kings most excellent Majestie +
-The humble petition of William Spry of Blisland Cornwall +
-Sheweth that your petitioner served your Majesties Royal father of blessed memory during the whole time of the late warrs,​commanded a Company of Foot raised at his own charge and for the most part paid them alsoe without anie considerable help or restitution. +
-That hee was besieged in that unhappy siege of Pendennis Castle where he endured the greatest of wants and hardships. +
-That while he was soe besieged he was plundered and sequestred of all his small estate... +
- +
-Atribution is that he was the brother of Sargeant Major John Spry CHECK VISITATIONS OF CORNWALL ​                             +
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-Under Colonel Richard Arundell((Original Research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642))+
  
   *Colonel Richard Arundell   *Colonel Richard Arundell
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 =====Contemporary References===== =====Contemporary References=====
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
 +
 +
 +St.Stephen by Saltash Parish Register
 +
 +Colonell Will. Arundell the sonne of John Arundell of Trerice was buried the nineteenth day of December 1643. 
 +
 +
 +SP29.8.123
 +Extract.
 +July 1660
 +To the Kings most excellent Majestie
 +The humble petition of William Spry of Blisland Cornwall
 +
 +Sheweth that your petitioner served your Majesties Royal father of blessed memory during the whole time of the late warrs, commanded a Company of Foot raised at his own charge and for the most part paid them alsoe without anie considerable help or restitution.
 +That hee was besieged in that unhappy siege of Pendennis Castle where he endured the greatest of wants and hardships.
 +That while he was soe besieged he was plundered and sequestred of all his small estate...
 +
 +Atribution is that he was the brother of Sargeant Major John Spry CHECK VISITATIONS OF CORNWALL  ​
 +
  
 (1) DRO.QSP.128.103.1 (1) DRO.QSP.128.103.1
  
 Petition of Abraham Doble of Plymtree served under Captain John Sprye in Colonel Richard Arundells Regiment in which service he received several wounds in his body. Petition of Abraham Doble of Plymtree served under Captain John Sprye in Colonel Richard Arundells Regiment in which service he received several wounds in his body.
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 (2) Devon Record Office (2) Devon Record Office
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 The humble petition of John Northam of Sampford Courtney in Devon husbandman The humble petition of John Northam of Sampford Courtney in Devon husbandman
 Sheweth that your said peticioner served his late Majestie King Charles the first of ever blessed memory in the late unhappy wars under the command of Capt. George Yeo in the Regiment of Coll. Richard Arundell of Trerice in Cornwall and afterwards in the Regiment of Colonel Lewes Tremaine, in which time your peticioner served his said Majestie in the siege against Taunton and Plymouth in which places and in many others yout peticioner endured many hardships both by day and night, some whereof are still visible. During all which war your petitioner never deserted his said Majesties service but still according to his allegiance and duty continued loyall and stedfast in his said Majesties service as your peticioner is ready to prove to the honorable court by sufficient testimonie. ​ Sheweth that your said peticioner served his late Majestie King Charles the first of ever blessed memory in the late unhappy wars under the command of Capt. George Yeo in the Regiment of Coll. Richard Arundell of Trerice in Cornwall and afterwards in the Regiment of Colonel Lewes Tremaine, in which time your peticioner served his said Majestie in the siege against Taunton and Plymouth in which places and in many others yout peticioner endured many hardships both by day and night, some whereof are still visible. During all which war your petitioner never deserted his said Majesties service but still according to his allegiance and duty continued loyall and stedfast in his said Majesties service as your peticioner is ready to prove to the honorable court by sufficient testimonie. ​
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 (3) E.293.17 (3) E.293.17
 Cornet Gifford is possibly meant to be Ensign Gifford as the list is under foot officers. Cornet Gifford is possibly meant to be Ensign Gifford as the list is under foot officers.
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 (4) DDT.1755 (4) DDT.1755
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 Nathan Cooke of Tregony of Col. Richard Arundells Regiment of foote. Nathan Cooke of Tregony of Col. Richard Arundells Regiment of foote.
 Ensigne George Williams of Feock of ye same Regiment. Ensigne George Williams of Feock of ye same Regiment.
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 (5) SP29.8.123 P5030325 (5) SP29.8.123 P5030325
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 Sheweth that your petitioner served his Majesties Royal father of blessed memory the whole time of the late warrs & commanded a Company of Foote raised at his owne charge & for the most part paid them alsoe without any considerable assistance or restitution. Sheweth that your petitioner served his Majesties Royal father of blessed memory the whole time of the late warrs & commanded a Company of Foote raised at his owne charge & for the most part paid them alsoe without any considerable assistance or restitution.
 That he was beseiged in that unhappy siege of Pendennis Castle where he suffered the greatest of want & hardships. That he was beseiged in that unhappy siege of Pendennis Castle where he suffered the greatest of want & hardships.
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 Possibly this Regiment: Possibly this Regiment:
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 June 21. 1643 A souldier of Capt. Blighe June 21. 1643 A souldier of Capt. Blighe
 July 5. 1643 George Gay a souldier of Capt. Blighe July 5. 1643 George Gay a souldier of Capt. Blighe
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 Lord Hopton'​s relation of the proceedings in the West state that in January 1645/46 the Cornish Trained Bands had dwindled away and there were only 150 men between Sir Chichester Wrey, Colonel Richard Arundel and Colonel Jonathan Trelawney. Carte a collection of Original letters Lord Hopton'​s relation of the proceedings in the West state that in January 1645/46 the Cornish Trained Bands had dwindled away and there were only 150 men between Sir Chichester Wrey, Colonel Richard Arundel and Colonel Jonathan Trelawney. Carte a collection of Original letters