Sir Edward Morgan’s Regiment of Foot

Active1645
CountryWales
AllegianceRoyalist
ConflictsFirst Civil War?
TypeFoot
ColonelSir Edward Morgan
Area RaisedSouth Wales
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Obscure South Welsh Royalist regiment of foot

Service History

1645

  • December: Captured at Hereford?

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Coats, Flags and Equipment

Notable Officers

A list of the regiment's officers is shown in Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press).

Sir Edward Morgan

Sir Edward Morgan, 1st baronet surrendered at Hereford in December 1645

Sir Edward Morgans Regiment of Foot

Captain Richard Frankland I.O. Shropshire Ensign Michael Pryor I.O. Monmouthshire SP19.159.31 Information in behalfe of the Commonwealth to the Commissioners for Advancement of Money by William Somner of Westminster gent,William Younge of Westminster gent & William Pease of St Martins in the Fields gent against Sir Edward Morgan of Lanternern in the county of Monmouth Knight & Baronett. That Sir Edward Morgan was in armes and actuall service for the late Kinge against the Parliament in Monmouthshire,Herefordshire in the yeare 1644 and in the yeare 1645 and was taken in the Garrison of Hereford by thr Parliaments forces when the towne of Hereford was taken the laste tyme from the late Kings forces. That the sd Sir Edw. Morgan did ayde and assiste the late Kings forces by furnishing them with men, horse, armes, munition, money, plate and other nessessaryes for warr against the Parliament party in the countys of Monmouth & Hereford in the years 1644 & 1645. That the said Sir Edward Morgan did leave his habitation and did reside with the late Kings forces in the garrison of Hereford & Ragland and other the garrisons of the late Kinge in the yeare 1644 and the yeare 1645.

Allow. 14 July 1651

I am unsure whether this was actually a full Regiment but as the Officers under his command cite him.

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