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 =====Notes===== =====Notes=====
 =====Flags===== =====Flags=====
-A white flag with the a St George canton and Martin coat of arms was captured by the Earl of Essex’s army sometime between Edgehill and Naseby. It has been attributed to this regiment as Lt Col William Martin was the highest ranking Martin known to have served in a Royalist foot regiment. Without further evidence, however, the assignment is rather tenuous. Carrying the full coat of arms on an ensign was frowned upon by heralds. ​+A white flag with the a St George canton and Martin coat of arms (see Flag Illustration above) ​was captured by the Earl of Essex’s army sometime between Edgehill and Naseby. It has been attributed to this regiment as Lt Col William Martin was the highest ranking Martin known to have served in a Royalist foot regiment. Without further evidence, however, the assignment is rather tenuous. Carrying the full coat of arms on an ensign was frowned upon by heralds. ​
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ====Colonel William Eure==== ====Colonel William Eure====