Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

royalist:foot-regiments:sir-hugh-cholmley [30/01/2016 00:06]
tim
royalist:foot-regiments:sir-hugh-cholmley [30/03/2020 15:58] (current)
1642
Line 48: Line 48:
 ====Sir Hugh Cholmley==== ====Sir Hugh Cholmley====
 [[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Sir_Hugh_Cholmeley,​_1st_Baronet|Sir Hugh Cholmley]] or Cholmeley, he went abroad after surrendering Scarborough. [[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Sir_Hugh_Cholmeley,​_1st_Baronet|Sir Hugh Cholmley]] or Cholmeley, he went abroad after surrendering Scarborough.
 +
 +January 1643 Garrison at Scarborough Foot
 +
 +E.85.17
 +
 +Colonel Sir Hugh Cholmley
 +Lieutenant Colonel Lancelot Alured
 +Sargeant Major George Orme
 +Captain Browne Bushell
 +Captain John Colborne
 +Captain Richard Medley
 +Captain John Ledgard
 +
 +Parliament
 +
 +Lieutenant Colonel ​    ​Lancelot Alured ​     (2)
 +Sargeant Major           ​George Orme           (2)
 +Captain ​                       Browne Bushell ​      (2)
 +Captain ​                       John Colborne ​        (2)
 +Captain ​                       John Legard ​            (2)
 +Captain ​                       Richard Medley ​       (2)
 +Captain ​                       Frederick Haburne ​  (1)
 +Captain ​                       John Fullerton ​         (1)
 +Captain ​                       William Bellfoord ​    (1)
 +Captain ​                       George Sterling ​       (1)
 +Captain ​                       John Montaig ​           (1) 
 +Captain ​                       Robert Hambleton ​   (1)
 +Captain ​                       Robert Gurdon ​         (1)
 +Lieutenant ​                  John Ratteriffe ​         (1)
 +Ensign ​                        James Bowmham ​    (1)
 +
 +(1) Scarborough records 1640-1661 edited by M.Y.Ashcroft
 +MIC.1358/​1494 Court Book October 1642-November 1644
 +23.2.1642/3 List of Military Officers who ‘take the oath of Aleagence.’
 +
 +(2) E.85.17 Newes from York being a true relation of the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmley since his coming to Scarborough: ​ with the reasons why he did not march to Tadcaster,​as was desired by the Lord Fairfax.
 +COPY LETTER
 +
 +Parliament Capt. Nuttie of his Regt killed.
 +
 +Royalist Regiment
 +
 +Lieutenant Colonel ​ William Blakiston ​    Ment. I.O.
 +
 +Sargeant Major        Thomas Crompton ​ MIC.1320/​937 ​
 + 
 +Captain ​                     James Cholmly ​       I.O. Durham
 +Captain ​                     Richard Cholmly ​    ​(2) ​
 +Captain ​                     James Denton ​        I.O. Northumb.
 +Captain ​                     John Garrett ​           Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                     Richard Legerd ​     (3) + I.O. L + W
 +Captain ​                             Ruddock ​         (1) 
 +Captain ​                                   Sheafe ​       Ment. I.O.
 +Captain ​                     William Turner ​       (4) 
 +Captain ​                     Cholmly Wright ​      I.O. Durham
 +
 +Lieutenant ​                John Banks             I.O. York. to Capt. Sheafe ​  
 +Lieutenant ​                John Collingson ​    I.O. York. To Capt.Jam. Cholmly
 +Lieutenant ​                ​William Farside ​      I.O. York. To Lt. Col. Blakiston
 +
 +Ensign ​                      ​Daniel Cliffe ​             I.O. York. To Capt. Garrett ​
 +
 +Quartermaster ​  ​Arthur Graham ​              I.O. York.
 +
 +Captain ​             Richard Legard ​       ​
 +Captain ​                      ​Wickham
 +Lieutenant ​                 Gower     
 +THOMAS GOWER               ​E.294.17 SURRENDER OF SCARB.
 +THOMAS CROMPTON ​        ​DITTO ​
 +RICHARD LEGERD ​             DITTO
 +
 +
 +(1) MIC.1320/​929
 +Item. Paid to Capt. Cholmley 17.2. which he paid over to Capt. Ruddock.
 +(1) MIC.1320/​937
 + ​Financial accounts August 1643
 +Pay the Gunners viztdt Captain Ruddocks men 
 +   
 +(2) MIC.1320/​931
 +To Capt. Rich. Cholmly by direction from Capt. James Cholmly £10.0.0
 +
 +(3) MIC.1320/​937
 +February 1644 Capt. Richard Legard ​ asked for £30 per week for the 300 souldiers in the Castle and to choose 100 more men to defend the Town.
 +(4) MIC.1320/​993  ​
 +Note from James Cholmly to Mr. Clarke 9.1.1643/4
 +‘My Colonells pleasure is that you should furnish Capt. Tornore with 50 muskets and bandaliers
 +(4) MIC.1320/​996
 +Receipt Wm. Turner 30 muskets and 30 bandaliers. 5.1.1643/4
 +
 +
 +
 ====Colonel Toby Jenkins==== ====Colonel Toby Jenkins====
 Presumably led the remnants of the regiment to Newark. ​ Presumably led the remnants of the regiment to Newark. ​