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 Before York battle at Ravenglass nigh Muncaster [Pennington] raised 60 men for the Kings service and delivered them to Major Huddleston to be by him carried to York. Before York battle at Ravenglass nigh Muncaster [Pennington] raised 60 men for the Kings service and delivered them to Major Huddleston to be by him carried to York.
  
 +Sir William Huddleston was again said to be raising troops in late 1645 
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 +Richard Jackson in Millom Castle Garrison and almost certainly an Officer ​
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 +Sir Philip Monkton mentions Huddleston'​s Regiment of Foot saving the day at their march down from Sunderland. Copy.in Monckton Papers.
 =====Coats and Flags===== =====Coats and Flags=====
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 //Ordered, That Colonel Wm. Huddleston, Mrs. Bridget Huddleston his Wife, Mrs. Isabell Huddleston his Daughter, Mary Daften, her Maid, John Huddleston, Christopher Daften, George Dodgson, John Wright, Matthew Makarell, the Colonel'​s Servants, Francis Horner the Drummer that came with Dr. Bastwick, shall have Mr. Speaker'​s Pass to go the direct Way into Cumberland; provided they go to no beleaguered Garison: And that they carry with them nothing prejudicial to the State.// //Ordered, That Colonel Wm. Huddleston, Mrs. Bridget Huddleston his Wife, Mrs. Isabell Huddleston his Daughter, Mary Daften, her Maid, John Huddleston, Christopher Daften, George Dodgson, John Wright, Matthew Makarell, the Colonel'​s Servants, Francis Horner the Drummer that came with Dr. Bastwick, shall have Mr. Speaker'​s Pass to go the direct Way into Cumberland; provided they go to no beleaguered Garison: And that they carry with them nothing prejudicial to the State.//
  
-Sir William Huddleston was again said to be raising troops in late 1645  
  
-Richard Jackson in Millom Castle Garrison and almost certainly an Officer ​ 
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-Sir Philip Monkton mentions Huddleston'​s Regiment of Foot saving the day at their march down from Sunderland. Copy.in Monckton Papers. 
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