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Sir Edward Seymore’s Regiment of Foot

Active1643 to 1646
ConflictsFirst Civil War
ColonelSir Edward Seymore
Area RaisedWest Country
Coat Colour
Flag Colour
Flag Design
Field ArmiesMaurice 1643-4

Royalist regiment of foot serving with Prince Maurice’s forces in the West Country, then in garrison at Dartmouth

Service History


  • October: Taking of Dartmouth


  • April to June: Siege of Lyme Regis



  • January: Besieged at Dartmouth


At some point suppressed a rising at Torbay

Coats, Flags and Equipment

Notable Officers

Colonel Edward Seymour Lieut.Colonel Nicholas Codrington Lieutenant Colonel Edmund Tremayne Lieutenant Colonel Francis Turner Sgnt.Major John Cranfield Sgnt.Major Francis Turner Captain Lieutenant Arthur Houghton Captain Thomas Wancklyn Captain Anthony Woodley Captain Robert Connoway Captain Thomas Elkines Captain William Simpson Captain Francis Tremayne Captain Edmund Reynell Captain Andrew Woodley Captain Hartgill Captain Henry Strode Captain Timothy Snelling Dragoon Co. in Regt. Captain John Nutt Gunnery Captain Captain John Ford Gunnery Captain Captain Thomas Griffith Captain Owen Phillips

Lieutenant William Ball Lieutenant Roger Cabe Lieutenant Henry Hudson Lieutenant Robert Longe Lieutenant William Barnes Lieutenant John Stanbury Lieutenant Thomas Griffith Lieutenant John King Lieutenant Richard Edgecumbe Lieutenant James Taylor

Lieutenant William Agbarrow Lieutenant Robert Connoway/Conway Lieutenant Hugh Symes Lieutenant Richard Irish Lieutenant Humfrey Grove

Ensign Thomas Jago Ensign William Prideaux Ensign Samuell Williams Ensign Roger Hunt Ensign Henry Bowcher Ensign Roger Cabe Ensign Owen Phillips Ensign Francis Terry Ensign Thomas Gould Ensign Degory Bayley Ensign Abraham Binneck Ensign Francis Furlong Ensign Ralph Homerson Ensign George Burleigh Ensign John Bond

Cornet William Godfrey

Quartermaster George Dudfourd

The most comprehensive list an any Royalist Foot Regiment ever compliled.

Sir Edward Seymore


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