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 Conyers Lord Darcy and Conyers was Colonel of a Yorkshire Trained Band Regiment of Foot. His eldest son Sir Conyers Darcy, led a blue-coated regiment of foot to join the Oxford Army in 1643 and was severely wounded at First Newbury though he survived. Command passed to his brother, Marmaduke Darcy. It’s possible that the earlier engagements noted refer to Lord Darcy’s Trained Band regiment. ​ Conyers Lord Darcy and Conyers was Colonel of a Yorkshire Trained Band Regiment of Foot. His eldest son Sir Conyers Darcy, led a blue-coated regiment of foot to join the Oxford Army in 1643 and was severely wounded at First Newbury though he survived. Command passed to his brother, Marmaduke Darcy. It’s possible that the earlier engagements noted refer to Lord Darcy’s Trained Band regiment. ​
 =====Coats, Flags and Equipment===== =====Coats, Flags and Equipment=====
-Blue coats and blue flags with cinquefoils in 1643, colour of cinquefoils unknown but likely white+Blue coats and blue flags with white cinquefoils in 1643((Original research by Victor Judgeaka BCW user 1642))
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ====Sir Conyers Darcy==== ====Sir Conyers Darcy====