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 [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Samuel_Sandys_(Royalist)|Samuel Sandys]] [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Samuel_Sandys_(Royalist)|Samuel Sandys]]
 ====Colonel John Knottsford==== ====Colonel John Knottsford====
 +Colonel Samuel Sandys Regiment of Foot
 +Lieutenant Colonel David Hyde
 +Sargeant Major                     ​Moore ​      Ment. I.O.  ​
 +Captain ​                                   Byron       ​(3) ​           ​
 +Captain ​                     Francis Clare        I.O. Worcs.
 +Captain ​                     Richard Field        I.O. Salop.
 +Captain ​                              ​Gunter ​        (4)
 +Captain ​                                   Heling ​     Add.Mss 17062
 +Captain ​                               Littleton ​      Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                              ​Millington ​    Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                     Francis Moore     (2) + Add.Mss. 17062
 +Captain ​                     William Moore      (3)
 +Captain ​                     John Peacock ​     (1)
 +Captain ​                                 Sandys ​     Ment. I.O. 
 +Captain ​                     William Sandys ​   (4) + Add.Mss.17062 ​
 +Captain ​                     Frederick Windsor Add.Mss.17062 ​
 +Lieutenant ​               Lewis Butts            I.O. Norfolk to Capt. Littleton
 +Lieutenant ​               Walter Colles ​        I.O. Worcs. to Capt. Clare
 +Lieutenant ​               George Copley ​    I.O. Middx. ​
 +Lieutenant ​               Austin Evans         I.O. Montgom.  ​
 +Lieutenant ​               Edward Freeman ​ I.O. Worcs. to Capt. Millington
 +Lieutenant ​               Richard Hunt          I.O. Glocs. to Sgnt. Maj. Moore
 +Lieutenant ​                          ​Raynsford ​   (3) 
 +Lieutenant ​               John Salmon ​         I.O. Worcs. to Capt. Sandys ​
 +(1) SP23.207.365
 +Delinquency of John Peacock of Cumnor,​Berkshire. ​
 +These are to certify those whom it may concern that ye bearer hereof Captain John Peacock was a Capt: in ye Regiment of Coll. Samuell ​ Sandys in Hartlebury Castle att the tyme of ye rendition thereof to mee to yee Parliament use,and that upon my ingagement to him,he was to have ye benefit of ye articles whereupon the said Castle was surrendered.In testimony whereof I have hereunto putt my hand the 20th Day of October 1648.
 +Tho. Morgan.
 +(2) SP23.120.33
 +The information of Constance Stringer was done on ye behalfe of the Commonwealth against Francis Moore of Severn Stoke in ye County of Worcester Gent.
 +That when Worcester Citty was a Garrison for ye late Kinge the said Francis Moore vizt in the yeare 1644: was a Commander and in armes in that Citty against the Parliament: and did then doe many Acts of Hostility there.
 +Constance Stringer
 +Allowed 20th Febr. 1650.
 +Symonds mentions that the Regiment was given to Colonel Knotsford at Evesham.
 +(3) 1646 Diary of Henry Townsend in Worcester Garrison p.684 of Mss.
 +Major              Moore
 +Captain ​              Byron
 +Captain ​      ​William Moore
 +Lieutenant Raynsford
 +Captain William Sandys was Governor of Hartlebury Garrison.
 +The civil war wreaked havoc across communities with Garrison Commanders acting like tyrants terrorising the surrounding communities. ​
 +(4) SP23.121.737
 +To the Honourable Committee of Compositions sitting at Goldsmiths Hall
 +The humble peticion of John Taylor of Swinford in Com. Worcs., Mercer
 +Excerpt. ​
 +One William Sandys Governour of Hartlebury Castle in the said County sent an express Warrant to another,​also that of his Captayne Gunter to burne down the house of your peticioner and to effect it the more sowe,he required the Constable of Stowerbrydge to be ayding and assisting to him there as the annexed setts forth according to which warrant it was done,and your peticioner,​his wife and many children left destitute of a habitacion and means they being damnified to the least  £1000.
 +The Deputy Governor of Hartlebury was a Mr Wightwick according to Portland Mss. Vol 1. Samuel,I believe.
 +Sir Thomas Fairfax to William Lenthall. ​
 +1647 [-8], February 17. Queen Street — Desiring that the seques- ​
 +trations of Colonel Sandys and Mr. Wightwick, the Governor and 
 +Lieutenant-Govemor of Hartlebnry Castle may be taken off according ​
 +to the articles of surrender thereof. Signed. Seal. [N. VI., 73.]  ​
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