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   *May-June: Siege of Lyme   *May-June: Siege of Lyme
   *June: Portland Castle?   *June: Portland Castle?
 +  *October: Abandon Weymouth and garrison Portland
  
 ====1645==== ====1645====
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 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
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-A list of the regiment'​s officers is shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). 
  
 ====Colonel William Ashburnham==== ====Colonel William Ashburnham====
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 [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​William_Ashburnham_(Royalist)|William Ashburnham]] commanded the foot besieged at Sherborne Castle in September 1642. In June 1644 Ashburnham evacuated Wareham in the face of Essex’s army’s advance into the West, retiring to Portland. Whether his Regiment of Foot accompanied him, remained with Maurice’s forces or returned to Exeter is uncertain. [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​William_Ashburnham_(Royalist)|William Ashburnham]] commanded the foot besieged at Sherborne Castle in September 1642. In June 1644 Ashburnham evacuated Wareham in the face of Essex’s army’s advance into the West, retiring to Portland. Whether his Regiment of Foot accompanied him, remained with Maurice’s forces or returned to Exeter is uncertain.
  
-Colonel William Ashburnhams regiment of Foot+====Officer Lists==== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user '​1642'​
  
-I.O. ALL DONE+  *Colonel William Ashburnham 
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Phillip Frowde (3)
  
-Lieutenant Colonel ​  ​Phillip Frowde ​                (3  ​+  ​*Captain James Hussey Ment. I.O.  
 +  *Captain Pollard ​(1)        
 +  *Captain John Richardson I.O. L + W 
 +  *Captain John Turberville (4
  
-Captain ​                     ​James Hussey ​                 Ment. I.O.  +  *Lieutenant Bryant (2)   
-Captain ​                                         Pollard ​           (1)        +  *Lieutenant Thomas Christopher I.O. Dorset  
-Captain ​                     John Richardson ​             ​I.O. L + W +  *Lieutenant ​James Hoskins I.O. Dorset  
-Captain ​                     John Turberville ​              (4+  *Lieutenant Lionell Keymor ​I.O. Somerset ​ 
 +  ​*Lieutenant Christopher Tart I.O. L + W to Capt. Hussey 
 +  ​*Lieutenant White (1
  
-Lieutenant ​                                 Bryant ​               (2)            +  *Ensign Giles French ​I.O. Dorset to Capt. Richardson  ​
-Lieutenant ​                ​Thomas Christopher ​     ​I.O. Dorset ​ +
-Lieutenant ​                 James Hoskins ​              I.O. Dorset  +
-Lieutenant ​                 Lionell Keymor ​               I.O. Somerset  +
-Lieutenant ​                 Christopher Tart             I.O. L + W to Capt. Hussey +
-Lieutenant ​                           White                       ​(1) ​+
  
-Ensign ​                       Giles French ​                   I.O. Dorset to Capt. Richardson  ​+A list of the regiment'​s officers is also shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). 
 + 
 +=====Contemporary References===== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user '​1642'​
  
 (1) E.127.29 (1) E.127.29
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 (3) Mercurius Aulicus 13.4.1644 (3) Mercurius Aulicus 13.4.1644
 See Lord Inchiquins Regiment of Foot for narration of storm of Wareham and attribution of Frowde. See Lord Inchiquins Regiment of Foot for narration of storm of Wareham and attribution of Frowde.
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 SP23.142.133 SP23.142.133
 The humble petition of Coll. Phillip Frowde sheweth that hee having borne armes for his Majesty in this unhappy warr is come in upon the articles of Exeter and in order hereunto humbly desires the honorable committee to admit him to his composition. The humble petition of Coll. Phillip Frowde sheweth that hee having borne armes for his Majesty in this unhappy warr is come in upon the articles of Exeter and in order hereunto humbly desires the honorable committee to admit him to his composition.
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 (4) SP19.126.139 (4) SP19.126.139
 A list of delinquents in the County of Dorset 26.6.1648 A list of delinquents in the County of Dorset 26.6.1648
-Mr John Turberville of Wool brigge occasioned Lulworth Castle to be made a garrison by the Kings party and went in the head of a foot company thether and quartered there a good space.Was in armes at Sherburne against the Parliament where the Earl of Bedford was before it.+Mr John Turberville of Wool brigge occasioned Lulworth Castle to be made a garrison by the Kings party and went in the head of a foot company thether and quartered there a good space. Was in armes at Sherburne against the Parliament where the Earl of Bedford was before it.
 I have tentatively listed him under col. William Ashburnham. ​ I have tentatively listed him under col. William Ashburnham. ​
  
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 E.256.27 Ashburnham abandons Weymouth and goes into Portland Isle. Oct 44. E.256.27 Ashburnham abandons Weymouth and goes into Portland Isle. Oct 44.
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-Captain ​                    Henry Coker 
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-SP23.175.421 
-Extract 
-The humble petition of Henrie Coker of Hermitage in the County of Dorset Gent, 
-Sheweth that hee havinge ye Comand of a Troope of horse in ye Regiment of Colonell Ashbourneham in ye County of Dorset did about two yeares since quitt ye service . 
-That on ye 2nd of July 1645 ye petitioner made his address to this honourable comittee to make his Composition for his sayd delinquency att which time all the estate of ye petitioner lay wholly under ye command and poeer of ye enemy. ​ 
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