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- +|**Active**|1642 to 1646|
-1642  +
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-1st August 1642 +
-Appointed Colonel of Regiment of Foot in Hundred of Powder,​Cornwall +
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-1643 +
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-19th February 1643/4 +
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-Appointed Governor of Dennis Fort,​Helford,​Cornwall +
-|**Active**|1644 to 1646| +
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-Appointed Baronet 12th January 1644/5+
 |**Country**|England| |**Country**|England|
 |**Allegiance**|Royalist| |**Allegiance**|Royalist|
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 ===== Service History ===== ===== Service History =====
 +====1642====
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 +  *1st August: Vivian appointed Colonel of Regiment of Foot in Hundred of Powder, Cornwall
 +====1643====
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 ====1644==== ====1644====
 +  *19th February: Vivian appointed Governor of Dennis Fort, Helford, Cornwall
   *August: Battle of Lostwithiel?​   *August: Battle of Lostwithiel?​
   *October: Second Battle of Newbury?   *October: Second Battle of Newbury?
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 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ==== Sir Richard Vivian==== ==== Sir Richard Vivian====
 +[[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Sir_Richard_Vyvyan,​_1st_Baronet|Sir Richard Vivian]], or Vyvyan, appointed Baronet 12th January 1645
  
-Captain John Allen               +====Officer List==== 
 +Original Research by Victor Judge aka '​1642'​ 
 +  *Colonel Sir Richard Vivian 
 +  *Captain John Allen                
 +  *Captain Hannibal Bogans (of St. Keverne Cornwall) ​       
 +  *Captain Walter Kestle (of Kestell (Kestle) Cornwall) 
 +  *Ensign Philip Cock                     
 +  *Ensign Nicholas Jewell ​              
 +  *Ensign George Moyser ​               ​
  
-Captain Hannibal Bogans ​            +=====Contemporary Documents=====
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-Captain Walter Kestle ​                  +
  
 +===The pay of the Castle of Sylley===
 +  *The Captaynes pay 10s p diem
 +  *The Lieutenants pay 5s p dyem
 +  *The Gunners pay 1s 6d  p dyem to each   
 +  *The soldiers pay 8d p dyem to each
  
-Ensign ​  ​Philip Cock                     +===The pay p anno for Helford=== 
-Ensign ​  ​Nicholas Jewell ​              +  *The Captaynes pay 5s 0d p dyem 91-00-00 
-Ensign ​  ​George Moyser ​                +  *The Lieutenants pay 2s 6d p dyem 45-10-00 ​  
- +  *Two Gunners to each 1s 0d p dyem 36-08-00 
-=====Strength===== +  *One Porter 1s 0d p dyem 18-04-00 
-=====See Also====== +  *24 Soldiers to each 8d p dyem 291-04-00
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-The pay of the Castle of Sylley +
-The Captaynes pay 10s p diem +
-The Lieutenants pay 5s p dyem +
-The Gunners pay       1s 6d  p dyem to each    +
-The soldiers pay              8d p dyem to each +
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-The pay p anno for Helford +
-The Captaynes pay          5s 0d p dyem          91-00-00 +
-The Lieutenants pay        2s 6d p dyem          45-10-00 ​  +
-Two Gunners to each      1s 0d p dyem          36-08-00 +
-One Porter ​                         1s 0d p dyem          18-04-00 +
-24 Soldiers to each                8d p dyem        291-04-00+
  
 +===Guarding of the Harbour===
 Desired: ​ Desired: ​
-That the severall parishes of Mawgan in Meneague,​St. Martins,​Menarckan,​St. Anthonie,​and St. Kevene in Meneague under the Commande of Captayne Walter Kestle,and Captayne Hannibla Bogans may be nominated and appoynted for the better guarding of the Harbour,and that they may doe dutie at the sd fort as often as there shalbe occasione,​and they caled thereto.+That the severall parishes of Mawgan in Meneague, St. Martins, Menarckan, St. Anthonie, and St. Kevene in Meneague under the Commande of Captayne Walter Kestle,and Captayne Hannibla Bogans may be nominated and appoynted for the better guarding of the Harbour,and that they may doe dutie at the sd fort as often as there shalbe occasione,​and they caled thereto.
 482-06-0 ​ 482-06-0 ​
 +(Current spellings are Mawgan, Meneage, St.Martins ,Manaccan, Saint Anthony in Meneage, Saint Keverne)
  
- +===Three Brasse Gunns===
-Current spellings are Mawgan,​Meneage,​St.Martins,​Manaccan,​Saint Anthony in Meneage,​Saint Keverne +
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-Hannibal Bogans of St. Keverne Cornwall +
-Walter Kestell of Kestell (Kestle) Cornwall +
 Prince Maurice his warrant for the carrying three brasse Gunns from Leskerd to the Dennis Prince Maurice his warrant for the carrying three brasse Gunns from Leskerd to the Dennis
-These are to authorise you Sr: Richard Vyvyan Knt or such as you shall depute to take and receive into your Coustodie for his Majesties service the three Brasse Gunns remayningat Leskerd* in Cornewall,​parcell of those taken at Stratton;​which sd Gunns you are forthwith to convay,or cause to be convayed ubto his Majesties Fort of the Dennis,on the Harbour of Helford there to remayne for the use,and defence of the sayd Fort,for your doing whereof this shalbe your sufficient warrant and discharge.+These are to authorise you Sr: Richard Vyvyan Knt or such as you shall depute to take and receive into your Coustodie for his Majesties service the three Brasse Gunns remayningat Leskerd* in Cornewall, parcell of those taken at Stratton; which sd Gunns you are forthwith to convay, or cause to be convayed ubto his Majesties Fort of the Dennis, on the Harbour of Helford there to remayne for the use, and defence of the sayd Fort, for your doing whereof this shalbe your sufficient warrant and discharge.
 Given under my hand this 29: of March 1644 Given under my hand this 29: of March 1644
 Maurice ​ Maurice ​
 +(*Liskeard)
  
-*Liskeard +===Muskets, Match & Powder===
 By ye Prince By ye Prince
-You are hereby required to deliver to Sir Richard Vyvyan Knt. & Baronett for ye fort of St. Dennis on the Harbour of Helford Two Hundred Musketts,​Tenne Barrells of Powder & one Thousand weight of Match out of such proportions as have been delivered unto you by Mr Hansdunck,​or hereafter shalbe brought to you for his Majesties use for which this shall be your warrant.+You are hereby required to deliver to Sir Richard Vyvyan Knt. & Baronett for ye fort of St. Dennis on the Harbour of Helford Two Hundred Musketts, Tenne Barrells of Powder & one Thousand weight of Match out of such proportions as have been delivered unto you by Mr Hansdunck, or hereafter shalbe brought to you for his Majesties use for which this shall be your warrant.
 Given at our Court att Barnstable the 27 of June 1645 Given at our Court att Barnstable the 27 of June 1645
 Charles P. Charles P.
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 Rich. Fanshawe. Rich. Fanshawe.
  
-Orders to be observed and kept att the forte att Helford called The Dennis+===Orders to be observed and kept att the forte att Helford called The Dennis===
  
-First    +  *First   Hee that shalbee absent from prayers morninge or eveninge att the Court of Guard without lawfull excuse to be allowed off by the officer then Commanding in Chiefe shall for the first offence be sett in bilboes two howers and for the second fower howers.
-Hee that shalbee absent from prayers morninge or eveninge att the Court of Guard without lawfull excuse to be allowed off by the officer then Commanding in Chiefe shall for the first offence be sett in bilboes two howers and for the second fower howers. +
-Secondly +
-Hee that Blasphomosly or taketh Gods name in vaine by swearing cursinge or the like,for the first offence shalbe set in the Bilbowes two howers ​for the second fower howers.+
  
-Thirdly +  *Secondly ​Hee that Blasphomosly or taketh Gods name in vaine by swearing cursinge or the like,for the first offence ​shalbe set in the Bilbowes two howers for the second fower howers.
-Hee that shall drike drunke shall for the first offence ​be sett in the Bilbowes two howers ​and for the second fower howers.+
  
-Fourthly +  *Thirdly ​Hee that shall drike drunke ​shall for the first offence ​be sett in the Bilbowes ​two howers and for the second ​fower howers.
-Hee that neglecteth the watch shall for the first offence ​bee sett in the Bilbowes ​three howers and for the second ​six howers.+
  
-Fifthly +  *Fourthly ​Hee that neglecteth ​the watch shall for the first offence ​bee sett in the Bilbowes ​three howers ​and for the second six howers.
-Hee that disobeyeth ​the officer Commanding in Chiefe be it by day or by night shall for the first offence ​be sett in the bilbowes ​three howers for the second six howers.+
  
-Sixthly +  *Fifthly ​Hee that disobeyeth the officer Commanding in Chiefe be it by day or by night shall for the first offence be sett in the bilbowes three howers for the second six howers.
-Hee that keepeth not his Contrie onely and trewly ​shall for the first offencebe ​sett in the bilbowes three howers for the second six howers.+
  
-Seventhly +  *Sixthly ​Hee that keepeth not his Contrie onely and trewly ​shall for the first offence be sett in the bilbowes three howers for the second six howers.
-Hee that shall give any false alarme shall have his head and heeles tyed together with a length of match there to remayne soe long as the Captaine,or Lieutenant ​shall thinke fitt.+
  
-Eighthly +  *Seventhly Hee that shall give any false alarme ​shall have his head and heeles tyed together with a length of match there to remayne ​soe long as the Captaine, ​or Lieutenant shall thinke ​fitt.
-He that quarreleth,​or giveth ​any cause thereof,or striketh his fellow souldier, or stranger be it for any cause whatsoever given,shall have his head and heeles tyed together with a length of match,there to remayne ​for so long as the Captayne ​or Lieutenant shall thinke ​fit.+
  
-Nynthly +  *Eighthly ​He that quarreleth, ​or giveth ​any cause thereof, or striketh his fellow souldier, or stranger ​be it for any cause whatsoever given, shall have his head and heeles tyed together with a length of match, there to remayne for so long as the Captayne or Lieutenant shall thinke fit.
-He that defraudeth ​or confineth ​any shall be set in the Billboes,there to remayne for long as the Captayne,or Lieutenant shall thinke fit. +
  
-Tenthly +  *Nynthly He that defraudeth or confineth any shall be set in the Billboes, there to remayne for long as the Captayne, or Lieutenant shall thinke fit.  
-He that shall imbessell away,​or ​willfully ​,or carelessely spend away,loose or spoyle any armes,​ammunition,​or weapon whatsoever of,or belonging to the said fort shall whithin 24 howeres repayed and make good the same,or suffer such severe punishment as the Captayne or Lieutenant shall think fitt. + 
- +  *Tenthly ​He that shall imbessell away, or wilfully, or carelessely spend away, loose or spoyle any armes, ammunition, or weapon whatsoever of, or belonging to the said fort shall whithin 24 howeres repayed and make good the same, or suffer such severe punishment as the Captayne or Lieutenant shall think fitt. 
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 +=====Strength===== 
 +=====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====