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royalist:foot-regiments:sir-john-paulet [24/01/2019 23:23]
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royalist:foot-regiments:sir-john-paulet [02/02/2019 16:57] (current)
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   *May: Storm of Leicester   *May: Storm of Leicester
   *June: Battle of Naseby   *June: Battle of Naseby
 +  *July: Recruited in Wales
   *July: Battle of Langport (det)   *July: Battle of Langport (det)
   *September to October: Besieged at Winchester?   *September to October: Besieged at Winchester?
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 =====Notes==== =====Notes====
 Not to be confused with Lord Paulet’s regiment of foot.  Not to be confused with Lord Paulet’s regiment of foot. 
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 +Quite a few foot Regiments that fought at Naseby were subsequently re-recruited in Wales from July 1645, including William Murray’s, Appleyard’s Tillier’s,​ John Pawlett’s,​ Sir Jacob Astley’s, Duke of York’s, King’s Lifeguard, Sir Henry Bard’s, Sir Bernard Astley’s, Robert Broughton'​s and Lisle’s((from original research by Victor Judge, BCW user 1642)).
  
 Part of the regiment appears to have remained in Ireland at Kinsale under Lt Col Brocket, who later joined Inchiquin in opposing the cessation and declaring for Parliament. By 1646 he led [[protestant:​foot-regiments:​col.-william-brockett|Colonel William Brockett’s Regiment of Foot]] in Inchiquin'​s army.  Part of the regiment appears to have remained in Ireland at Kinsale under Lt Col Brocket, who later joined Inchiquin in opposing the cessation and declaring for Parliament. By 1646 he led [[protestant:​foot-regiments:​col.-william-brockett|Colonel William Brockett’s Regiment of Foot]] in Inchiquin'​s army.