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 ====Sir Henry Bard==== ====Sir Henry Bard====
 Sir Henry Bard, later First Viscount Bellomont, ​ biographies at [[http://​www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/​biog/​bard.htm|BCW]],​ [[http://​bards.thesealedknot.org.uk/​about/​bard.php|Sealed Knot]], [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Henry_Bard,​_1st_Viscount_Bellomont|Wikipedia]]. Sir Henry Bard, later First Viscount Bellomont, ​ biographies at [[http://​www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/​biog/​bard.htm|BCW]],​ [[http://​bards.thesealedknot.org.uk/​about/​bard.php|Sealed Knot]], [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Henry_Bard,​_1st_Viscount_Bellomont|Wikipedia]].
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 +Colonel Henry Bards regiment of Foot
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 +Lieutenant Colonel ​   ​
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 +Sargeant Major           ​Henry ​ Goodrich ​   (1)
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 +Captain Lieutenant ​   John Lawson ​         I.O. Northumberland
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 +Captain ​                                    ​Devoslet
 +Captain ​                      John Errington ​        Ment. I.O. 
 +Captain ​                                    ​Lawson
 +Captain ​                              ​Lesley
 +Captain ​                                     Wenman ​  (2)
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 +Lieutenant ​                               Fowler
 +Lieutenant ​                                 Twifield
 +Lieutenant ​                                 Windsor
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 +Ensign ​                        ​Wiliam Deane         (3) to Col. Bard
 +Ensign ​                            ​Dolison
 +Ensign ​                          ​Fairbrother
 +Ensign ​                        Henry Richardson I.O. Durham to Capt. Errington ​
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 +(1) WO.55.459.27,​28,​31 + 32  4-6.3.1644
 +(2) WO.55.459.29 ​           6.3.1644
 +(3) E262.19
 +Taken in a fight at Ausley near Whittaker Church 29.6.1645.He was in Dudley garrison after the defeat at Naseby.
 +(4) Harley Mss. 6802 f.275
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 +The regiment was re-recruited and were 500 strong in Cardigan in July 1645 (4) 
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 +e.297.12 August 1645
 +Letter extract of Bards.
 +His Majesty being forsaken by the Welsh,is gone with 2500 Horse and Dragoons intending the North:And thus (Sir) you see,his Majesties and our Glories are grown dim,and like suddenly to extenguish.
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 +Among the sequestration papers of Baptist Lord Viscount Campden submitted by him to his losses during the war is the following.
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 +SP23.183.115
 +His Mannor House of Campden,​stables,​other outhouses,​and some furniture therein burned by Colonell Bard to his damage of 53000 L
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 +E.262.29
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 +Master Kecke
 +I sent to you for substance,​take your paper againe,and know;Though the Divell be against us,and God not with us,I will finde you out to answer for your periury:I yet treat with you till Saturday next,when if you make payment of 100li to the Lady Gardiner,in Oriell Colledge in Oxford,I am fully satisfied,​if not (by God) I will ride for you myself,when if I miss you,I will fire whatever I finde of yours,and will sell to you back,your very children.Neither Scot nor Roundhead shall protect you.Sir you have yetr time to be wise,and I am yet your friend.
 +H.Bard
 +Worcester the 16. of July 1645
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 +Colonel Thomas Pinchbeck
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 +Captain Lieutenant ​        ​Thomas Goodrich ​ I.O. Suffolk
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 +(1) Harl.Mss. 6802.f.167
 +To our trusty and welbeloved Mathew Bradley,​Paymaster Generall of the Army 
 +Our will and pleasure is that you pay all the respective Lts.,​Ensignes,​and all other inferior officers and  souldiers of the Regiment of Foote under the command of Colonell Pinchbeck seaven days pay according (to) their full number drawn ? on their muster rolls and this warrant together with aquitance for the same shalbe your discharge.
 +8 June (1643)
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 +WO55.459.231
 +To Sir John Heydon Lieutenant Generall of the ordnance and to the officers of the same.
 +These are to will and require you to that you forthwith issue out of his Majesties Magazine under my command halfe a barrell of powder with a double proportion of match and the same to deliver to Captaine Warton for ye present supplyinge of my owne,and Collonell Pinchbecks Regiments of Foote,being appointed to keepe the Gards and watches at East Gate,and for your soe doeing this shalbee your warrant.
 +Court att Oxford 9th of June 1643. 
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 +Received out of his Majesties stores for the service above expressed
 +Powder 50lb Match 100lb
 +The marke of John^Sadler Sergt. ​
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
   *April 1644: 176 men after defeat at Cheriton   *April 1644: 176 men after defeat at Cheriton