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   *October: Second Battle of Newbury   *October: Second Battle of Newbury
   *Garrison of Campden House, brigaded with [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​queens-lifeguard-of-foot|The Queen’s Lifeguard Regiment of Foot]] Firelocks delivered to the regiment   *Garrison of Campden House, brigaded with [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​queens-lifeguard-of-foot|The Queen’s Lifeguard Regiment of Foot]] Firelocks delivered to the regiment
 +  *December to January 1645: Two officers buried at Cirencester
  
 ====1645==== ====1645====
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   *May: Storm of Leicester   *May: Storm of Leicester
   *June: Battle of Naseby   *June: Battle of Naseby
-  *July: Recruited in Wales and reportedly 500 strong at Cardigan, in the same month Bard was at Worcester writing to demand money with menaces+  *July: Recruited in Wales and reportedly 500 strong at Cardigan((Harley Mss. 6802 f.275)), in the same month Bard was at Worcester writing to demand money with menaces
  
 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
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 There is a brief history by Stuart Reid in English Civil War Notes and Queries Issue 1 p 14. There is a brief history by Stuart Reid in English Civil War Notes and Queries Issue 1 p 14.
 =====Coats, Flags and Equipment===== =====Coats, Flags and Equipment=====
-The regiment wore grey coats in 1644 ((//ECW Flags and Colours 1: English Foot//, Stuart Peachey & Les Prince 1990, Partizan Press ISBN:​0946525846)). ​Equipped ​with firelock muskets in the winter of 1644. They carried white flags with red crosses surrounded by four small red crosses as devices in 1644 and 1645. The exact details of the crosses are slightly unclear. The designs were sketched by Symonds at Aldbourne Chase in 1644 and by Turmile from among the captured flags from Naseby ((//ECW Flags and Colours 1: English Foot//, Stuart Peachey & Les Prince 1990, Partizan Press ISBN:​0946525846)). ​+The regiment wore grey coats in 1644 ((//ECW Flags and Colours 1: English Foot//, Stuart Peachey & Les Prince 1990, Partizan Press ISBN:​0946525846)). ​ 
 + 
 +In 1643 the regiment appears to have been equipped with matchlock muskets, as they were issued powder, match and shot. However they were re=equipped ​with firelock muskets in the winter of 1644.  
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 +Under Bard, the regiment ​carried white flags with red crosses surrounded by four small red crosses as devices in 1644 and 1645. The exact details of the crosses are slightly unclear. The designs were sketched by Symonds at Aldbourne Chase in 1644 and by Turmile from among the captured flags from Naseby ((//ECW Flags and Colours 1: English Foot//, Stuart Peachey & Les Prince 1990, Partizan Press ISBN:​0946525846)). 
 + 
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ====Colonel Thomas Pinchbeck==== ====Colonel Thomas Pinchbeck====
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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]].
 +
 ====Officer Lists==== ====Officer Lists====
 From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642 From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-  *Colonel Thomas Pinchbeck+  *Colonel Thomas Pinchbeck ​
   *Colonel Sir Henry Bard   *Colonel Sir Henry Bard
   *Lieutenant Colonel ​  ​Goodrich (5)    *Lieutenant Colonel ​  ​Goodrich (5) 
-  *Sargeant Major Henry Goodrich (1)+  *Sargeant Major Henry Goodrich ((WO.55.459.27,​28,​31 + 32  4-6.3.1644))
   *Sargeant Major Walter Vernum ​ (5)    *Sargeant Major Walter Vernum ​ (5) 
  
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   *Captain Lawson   *Captain Lawson
   *Captain Lesley   *Captain Lesley
-  *Captain Wenman (2)+  *Captain Wenman ((WO.55.459.29 6.3.1644))
  
   *Captain Lieutenant Thomas Goodrich I.O. Suffolk   *Captain Lieutenant Thomas Goodrich I.O. Suffolk
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 =====Contemporary References===== =====Contemporary References=====
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-(1) WO.55.459.27,​28,​31 + 32  4-6.3.1644 +===StMary Magdalen Oxford===
  
-(2WO.55.459.29 ​           6.3.1644+Colonall Pensback ​(Pinchbeckburied from Mr Speeds House Januarie ye xxii 1644
  
  
 +===Ensign Deane===
 (3) E262.19 (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. Taken in a fight at Ausley near Whittaker Church 29.6.1645. He was in Dudley garrison after the defeat at Naseby.
  
- +===Burials at Cirencester===
-(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) +
  
 (5) Cirencester Parish Register (5) Cirencester Parish Register
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 21st Januarrie Walter Vernum a Maior. 21st Januarrie Walter Vernum a Maior.
  
-Probably Henry,​previously Sargeant Major.+Probably Henry, previously Sargeant Major.
 Walter Vernum or Vernon may or may not be connected to the Regiment. Walter Vernum or Vernon may or may not be connected to the Regiment.
  
  
 +===Letter from Bard===
 e.297.12 August 1645 e.297.12 August 1645
 Letter extract of Bards. Letter extract of Bards.
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 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. 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.
  
 +===Damage at Campden House===
 Among the sequestration papers of Baptist Lord Viscount Campden submitted by him to his losses during the war is the following. 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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 His Mannor House of Campden, stables, other outhouses, and some furniture therein burned by Colonell Bard to his damage of 53000 L 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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 +===Bard at Worcester===
  
 E.262.29 E.262.29
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 +===Pay for Pinchbeck'​s===
 (1) Harl.Mss. 6802.f.167 (1) Harl.Mss. 6802.f.167
  
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 8 June (1643) 8 June (1643)
  
 +===Powder for Pinchbeck'​s===
  
 WO55.459.231 WO55.459.231
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   *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​sir-henry-bard|Sir Henry Bard’s Regiment of Horse]]   *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​sir-henry-bard|Sir Henry Bard’s Regiment of Horse]]
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====
-The regiment ​are re-enacted by [[http://​bards.thesealedknot.org.uk/​|Sir Henry Bard's Regiment of Foote]] of the Sealed Knot. +The regiment ​is re-enacted by [[http://​bards.thesealedknot.org.uk/​|Sir Henry Bard's Regiment of Foote]] of the Sealed Knot.