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   *February: Battle of Torrington   *February: Battle of Torrington
   *February: Loss of Launceston   *February: Loss of Launceston
-  *March to August: ​besieged ​at Pendennis Castle+  ​*March: Lt Col Yeo surrenders at Truro 
 +  ​*March to August: ​Besieged ​at Pendennis Castle
  
 =====Notes==== =====Notes====
 +Unsure whether the bulk of the regiment surrendered at Truro or went into Pendennis garrison
  
 =====Coats, Flags and Equipment===== =====Coats, Flags and Equipment=====
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 Of Heligan, Cornwall Of Heligan, Cornwall
  
-Colonel Lewis Tremaynes regiment of Foot+====Officer Lists==== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-Lieutenant Colonel ​      ​George Yeo                 ​(1)+  *Colonel Lewis Tremayne 
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel George Yeo (1), previously Capt in [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​john-trevannion|Col Richard Arundell'​s Regiment of Foot]] 
 +  *Sargeant Major   
 +            
 +  *Captain Cottle Ment. I.O. 
 +  *Captain Oliver Dynham (4) + I.O. Cornwall  
 +  *Captain John Prideaux (3) + I.O. Cornwall ​  
 +  *Captain Walter Rous I.O. Devon 
 +  *Captain Thomas Speccot/t (2) + I.O. L + W 
 +  *Captain Phillip Tremayne (3) + I.O. Cornwall
  
-Sargeant Major             +  *Captain Lieutenant Robert Robins (3) + I.O. Cornwall  
 +  *Lieutenant Leonard Frayne I.O. Devon  
 +  *Lieutenant William Kessell I.O. Cornwall to Capt. Prideaux 
 +  *Lieutenant Thomas Lower (4) 
 +  *Lieutenant Hugh Moores ​ I.O. Cornwall to Capt. Dynham 
 +  *Lieutenant Hugh Morrish (3) Same man ? 
 +  *Lieutenant John Penbertha I.O. Cornwall 
 +  *Lieutenant Warne Remphry (3) + (4) + I.O. Cornwall  
 +  *Lieutenant William Reswell (4) same man as Kessell ?
  
-Captain Lieutenant ​      ​Robert Robins ​             ​(3) + I.O. Cornwall ​+  *Ensign Sampson Cole (4) 
 +  *Ensign William Matthews I.O. Cornwall  
 +  *Ensign John Merryfield I.O. Devon to Capt. Speccot  
 +  *Ensign John Norman (4) + I.O. Devon to Capt. Rous 
 +  *Ensign Stephen Pardew (3) + I.O. Devon to Capt. Tremayne 
 +  *Ensign Thomas Pearce/​Pierce (2) + (3) + I.O. Cornwall 
 +  *Ensign Francis Rowe I.O. Devon to Capt. Cottle ​
  
-Captain ​                                     Cottle ​                Ment. I.O. +  *Quartermaster Hugh Morice ​(4)
-Captain ​                         Oliver Dynham ​             ​(4) + I.O. Cornwall  +
-Captain ​                         John Prideaux ​             (3) + I.O. Cornwall ​  +
-Captain ​                         Walter Rous                  I.O. Devon +
-Captain ​                         Thomas Speccot/​t ​       (2) + I.O. L + W +
-Captain ​                         Phillip Tremayne ​         (3) + I.O. Cornwall+
  
-Lieutenant ​                    ​Leonard Frayne ​           I.O. Devon  +=====Contemporary References===== 
-Lieutenant ​                    ​William Kessell ​            I.O. Cornwall to Capt. Prideaux +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
-Lieutenant ​                    ​Thomas Lower             (4) +
-Lieutenant ​                    Hugh Moores ​               I.O. Cornwall to Capt. Dynham +
-Lieutenant ​                    Hugh Morrish ​               (3) Same man ? +
-Lieutenant ​                    John Penbertha ​           I.O. Cornwall +
-Lieutenant ​                    Warne Remphry ​           (3) + (4) + I.O. Cornwall  +
-Lieutenant ​                    ​William Reswell ​            (4) same man as Kessell ? +
- +
-Ensign ​                        ​Sampson Cole                (4) +
-Ensign ​                        ​William Matthews ​          I.O. Cornwall  +
-Ensign ​                        John Merryfield ​             I.O. Devon to Capt. Speccot  +
-Ensign ​                        John Norman ​                 (4) + I.O. Devon to Capt. Rous +
-Ensign ​                        ​Stephen Pardew ​            (3) + I.O. Devon to Capt. Tremayne +
-Ensign ​                        ​Thomas Pearce/​Pierce (2) + (3) + I.O. Cornwall +
-Ensign ​                        ​Francis Rowe                  I.O. Devon to Capt. Cottle  +
- +
-Quartermaster ​          Hugh Morice ​                  (4)+
  
 +===Lt Col Yeo===
  
 (1) Devon Record Office (1) Devon Record Office
 +
 QSP.128.117.3 October the first day 1688 QSP.128.117.3 October the first day 1688
 The humble petition of Edward Bruin of the parish of Spreyton in the said county. The humble petition of Edward Bruin of the parish of Spreyton in the said county.
-Sheweth that your peticioner in the late warr in the raigne of King Charles the first of ever blessed memory,​served his Majestie as a souldier under the command of Colonell Tremaine and Lieutenant Colonell Yeo for the space of fower years,​dureing which tyme he never deserted his Majesties service and at ye fight at Torrington he received a wound in his head,and likewise in that siege in Pendennis Castle in Cornwall where he endured much hardshipp by meanes whereof he is now altogether unable to gett his livelyhood but is enforced to beg releife of the parish.+Sheweth that your peticioner in the late warr in the raigne of King Charles the first of ever blessed memory, served his Majestie as a souldier under the command of Colonell Tremaine and Lieutenant Colonell Yeo for the space of fower years, dureing which tyme he never deserted his Majesties service and at ye fight at Torrington he received a wound in his head, and likewise in that siege in Pendennis Castle in Cornwall where he endured much hardshipp by meanes whereof he is now altogether unable to gett his livelyhood but is enforced to beg releife of the parish.
  
 SP23.209.115 SP23.209.115
 Extract Extract
 +
 To the honourable Committee for Compounding with delinquents at Goldsmiths Hall To the honourable Committee for Compounding with delinquents at Goldsmiths Hall
 The humble petition of George Yeo of Huish in Devon Esq. The humble petition of George Yeo of Huish in Devon Esq.
 Sheweth that your petitioner in the late unhappie warre was in armes for the late Kinge  against the forces of the Parliament at the laying down of Armes at Trurowe in Cornwall uppon the Articles of Agreement then concluded uppon. Sheweth that your petitioner in the late unhappie warre was in armes for the late Kinge  against the forces of the Parliament at the laying down of Armes at Trurowe in Cornwall uppon the Articles of Agreement then concluded uppon.
 Rc'd 5. Febr. 1648. Rc'd 5. Febr. 1648.
 +
 +
 +===Capt Specott===
  
 (2) DRO.QSP.128.33 (2) DRO.QSP.128.33
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 (3) C.R.O. DDT.1755 (3) C.R.O. DDT.1755
 +
 +===Tremayne'​s officers & soldiers===
  
 (4) Cornwall Record Office (4) Cornwall Record Office
 DDT.1621 DDT.1621
 A list of Coll Tremaynes officers & souldiers A list of Coll Tremaynes officers & souldiers
-Col.                Lewis Tremayne 
-Capt.             Oliv. Dinham ​                ​2-10-6 
-Lift.               Tho. Lower                        14 
-Lift.               Will. Reswell ​                     14    
-Lift.               ​Wearen Renfrey ​              ​14 ​ 
-Ensig. ​         Sampson Cole                  10-6 
-Ensig. ​         John Norman ​                   10-6  ​ 
-Quartermr. Hugh Morice ​                     14  ​ 
-Armourer ​  ​Emmott Robins 
-Rich Cooke Serg                                     3-6 
-Andrew Horsman of Poole                    2-6 
-Wearen Harrow of St. Ewe                    2-6  
-George Whitburne of St Terne ?        
-  ​ 
-43 Common Soldiers 
  
-====Contemporary References===== +  *Col. Lewis Tremayne 
-Devon Record Office QS/​128/​107/​3 Listed as 1681 but undated((Original Research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642))+  *Capt. Oliv. Dinham 2-10-6 
 +  *Lift. Tho. Lower 14 
 +  *Lift. Will. Reswell 14    
 +  *Lift. Wearen Renfrey 14  
 +  *Ensig. Sampson Cole 10-6 
 +  *Ensig. John Norman 10-6   
 +  *Quartermr. Hugh Morice 14   
 +  *Armourer Emmott Robins 
 +  *Rich Cooke Serg 3-6 
 +  *Andrew Horsman of Poole 2-6 
 +  *Wearen Harrow of St. Ewe 2-6  
 +  *George Whitburne of St Terne ?        
 +  *43 Common Soldiers 
 + 
 +===Northam'​s petition=== 
 + 
 +Devon Record Office QS/​128/​107/​3 Listed as 1681 but undated
  
 To the right worshipful his Majesties justice of the peace for the county of Devon now assembled at the generall sessions at the Castle of Exon. 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. To the right worshipful his Majesties justice of the peace for the county of Devon now assembled at the generall sessions at the Castle of Exon. 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.
 +
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
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