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 ====Lt Col William Martin==== ====Lt Col William Martin====
  
-Colonel William Eures Regiment of Horse+Colonel William Eures Regiment of Foot
  
 +Lieutenant Colonel William Martin
  
 +Sargeant Major     ​Emanuel Gilby        Ment. I.O.
  
-Lieutenant Colonel ​      ​Robert Busbridge ​        Ment. I.O. +Captain ​                  ​Thomas Barner ​     ​Ment. I.O. 
-Lieutenant Colonel ​      Henry Tophan ​              (2)+Captain ​                  ​William Metcalfe ​    ​I.O.Yorks. 
 +Captain ​                  John Plumpton ​     ​(2) + ment. I.O. 
 +Captain ​                  Henry Pullen ​          I.O. Yorks.
  
-Sargeant Major             ​Robert Busbridge ​        ​Ment. ​I.O.  +Lieutenant ​            ​Thomas Ascough ​  I.O. Yorks. to Sgnt. Maj. Gilby 
-Sargeant Major             ​Thomas Eure                  ​(4+ ment. I.O. +Lieutenant ​            ​George Monkes ​     ​(1)
  
-No rank mentioned ​     Philip Dolman ​                Ment. I.O.+Ensign ​                   Robert Benson ​       I.O. Yorks. to Capt. Plumpton  
 +Ensign ​                   William Lightfoot ​    I.O. Yorks. to Capt. Barner 
 +Ensign ​                   Robert Pullen ​         I.O. Yorks.  
 +Ensign ​                   John Richardson ​   I.O. Yorks.
  
-Captain ​                          James Aiscough ​          (3) +Apparently LtColMartins Colour believed to be of this Regiment captured.Red
-Captain ​                          ​William Dolman ​             MentI.O +Turmile Mss.
-Captain ​                          ​Nicholas Fleming ​         (1) + I.O. York+
-Captain ​                          ​Laurence Sayer             Ment. I.O. +
-Captain ​                          ​William Stevenson ​        I.O. Middx. +
-Captain ​                                        ​Wellfoot ​             Ment. I.O+
  
-Lieutenant ​                    ​Robert Aiscough ​           (3) +Attribution unsure
-Lieutenant ​                    John Anne                       I.O. York to Philip Dolman  +
-Lieutenant ​                    ​William Smith           I.O. L + W to Sgnt. Maj. Busbridge ​+
  
-Cornet ​                           Matthew Chambers ​       I.ODurham to Capt. Wellfoot  +See C.C.C2565 William Martin of Yorkshire an Attorney in York at its surrenderNot entirely convinced.
-Cornet ​                           Christopher Hardcastle I.O. York. +
-Cornet ​                          ​Thomas Sayer                 I.O. Durham to Capt. Sayer +
-Cornet ​                          John Swinburne ​        I.O. Durham to Lt. Col. Busbridge ​   +
-Cornet ​                          ​Thomas Swinburne ​       I.O. Durham to Sgnt. MajEure +
  
-Quartermaster ​            ​William Brown                  I.O. York. to Capt. Will. Dolman +Motto 'Vim Vi'
-Quartermaster ​            Ralph Leyborn ​                I.O. L + W. +
-Quartermaster ​            James Smith                    I.O. York. to Capt. Sayer +
-Quartermaster ​            ​Thomas Steele ​               I.O. York. to Capt. Sayer  ​+
  
  
-(1) SP29.66.115 +(1) WO55.458.18 
-The Petition of  Nicholas Fleming of Malton in the County of Yorkshire Captof Horse in the Hon'​ble Coll: William Eures Regiment+26.7.1643 
-Sheweth that your petitioner hath been from ye beginning in these unfortunate warrs,​since,​under ye Lord Marshall then Generall against ye Scots,​secondly under ye Earle of Newcastle,​afterwards,​when the Queene Mother came out of Holland,​your petitioner marched ​with her Majesty,and soe to the taking of Bristoll,​then to the siege att Gloucester,​and at Yorke fight his Coll: lost his life and then under Lieutenant Colonel Busbrigg commanded the brigade.Afterwards your petitioner marched with his Troop in the Lord Gerrards Regiment,​after that he was commanded to Lamport ​ fight in Somersettshire where he was shot twice through the head,​besides many other wounds he there received. +125lb Powder ​with match and musket ​shot to Lt.George Monkes.Signed Emanuel Gilby.
-That your petitioner being now above sixty two yeares of Age & alwaies in pain and torment,​lame,​both in one of his leggs & armes,many times not able to helpe himselfe,&​ jath not a livelyhood to support himselfe in his old age. +
-Your petitioner therefore most humbly prayes your most excellent Majesty,​gratiously to be pleased to admitt him a reformadoe Capteither in Kingston upon Hull,or Scarbrough Castle,&​ that he may have 2sh 6d a day paid him out of your Majesties Exchequer,​or out of ye Customs House of Hull. +
-And your petitioner shall pray etc.+
  
 +(2) SP23.172.341
 +CHECK
  
-  +Dugdale Visitation ​of Yorkshire 1665
-(2) Dugdales Visitations ​of Yorkshire 1665  +
-Henry Tophan of Oglethorpe Lieutenant Colonel of Horse to Colonel Evers of a Regiment of Horse for the service of King Charles the first and slaine at the Battail of Marston Moor in Co. Ebor Anni 1644,​unmarried.+
  
-(3) Depositions from York Castle +Johannes Plumpton,arm,​lethaliter vulneratua ​in proalio de Marston Moore adversus rebelles fortissime dimicans obijt anno1644
-A list of the prisoners in praemunire in the castle of York,comitted to that prison from severall Sessions held in that County.Certified by Sir Tho. Mauleverer and Sir Thomas Rudston.+
  
-Francis Aiscough Esq.,who was Lieftenant of a troop of horse rais'd by his brother James Aiscough.The said Francis was wounded,​imprison'​d,​sequestred for his loyalty and service to his late Majesty. +Loosely translated ​
-Brothers Robert,​Thomas and James.+
  
-(4) SP23.106.12 +John Plumpton,​arms bearer,​mortally wounded fighting ​in the battle ​at Marston Moor against ​the rebels ​and left on the field in the year 1644.
-Henry Constable of Burton Constable ​in the Countye of Yorke Esq. aged thirty yeares maketh oath that hee very well knew Thomas Eure of Bradley burn  in the Countye of Durham Esq. who in the yeare 1643 left the Northerne parts and then went with the queene towards Oxford a(nd)* ​at the first battayle of Newbury which happened in September in the yeare aforesaid the said Thomas was slaine as this deponent haith informed himselfe from those who were in the said battaile ​and this deponent doth more confidently beleeve the same forasmuch as hee is reputed to be slaine theire and William his younger brother is heire and posessor of what was left by the said Thomas as this deponent hath often heard. +
-Henry Constable^ +
-Sworne before ​the Commissioners for Compounding ye 21. day of December 1653.+
  
-*Torn or perished ​ 
-^ Henry Constable,​Lieutenant Colonel in Edward Widdringtons Horse Regiment. 
- 
-Thornhill Parish Register ac.8136.41 
-Lucia the Daughter of Col Wm. Eure was buried ix February 1643/4. 
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-Colonel William Eure was killed at Marston Moor. 
  
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