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 |**Allegiance**|Royalist| |**Allegiance**|Royalist|
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-**Later probably commanded by Colonel John Arundell** 
  
 //Royalist Regiment of Foot that was one of the five famous Cornish Regiments of Hopton’s Army// //Royalist Regiment of Foot that was one of the five famous Cornish Regiments of Hopton’s Army//
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 ====1642==== ====1642====
 +  *November: Regiment raised in Cornwall
   *December: Siege of Exeter   *December: Siege of Exeter
  
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 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ====Colonel William Godolphin==== ====Colonel William Godolphin====
-[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​William_Godolphin_(Royalist)|William Godolphin]] (1605-1663)+[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​William_Godolphin_(Royalist)|William Godolphin]] (1605-1663) ​was knighted in May 1644. 
  
 =====Officer Lists===== =====Officer Lists=====
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user '​1642'​
 +
 +  *Colonel William Godolphin
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Robert Arundel (4) + E.16.24
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Robinson DDB/35/6 7.1.1645
 +
 +  *Sargeant Major Christopher Grosse DDB/35/6 7.1.1645
 +  *Sargeant Major Thomas Robinson ​ E.16.24 Oct 44
 +  *Sargeant Major Trenway ​ (2)
 +
 +  *Captain Sir Francis Basset ​ CRO.DDB.35.219
 +  *Captain Francis Bluet E.16.24 ​
 +  *Captain Thomas Clyes (3)
 +  *Captain Francis Hutchins I.O. Devon 
 +  *Captain Petherick Jenkin I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Captain Henry Keliow ​ I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Captain Naunce E.16.24
 +  *Captain William Orchard I.O. Cornwall  ​
 +  *Captain Francis Robinson E.16.24 + I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Captain Thomas Robinson (1)   
 +
 +  *Captain Lieutenant John Gunne I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Captain Lieutenant Anthony Reskilly I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Lieutenant Thomas Harris I.O. Cornwall ​
 +  *Lieutenant John Hayme I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Lieutenant Richard Job I.O. Cornwall ​
 +  *Lieutenant Richard Marshall I.O. Cornwall ​
 +  *Lieutenant John Painter I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Lieutenant Robinson E.16.24
 +  *Lieutenant Cornelius Teige I.O. L + W to Capt. Hutchins
 +  *Lieutenant Edward Tomkins I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Lieutenant Thomas Trenwith I.O. Cornwall
 +
 +  *Ensign Anthony Bray I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Ensign Ralph Clyes I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Ensign Thomas Gregory I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Ensign John Luke I.O. Cornwall
 +  *Ensign William Penlease I.O. Cornwall ​
 +  *Ensign William Torack I.O. Cornwall ​
 +  *Ensign Michael Trenhick I.O. Cornwall
 +
 +  *Quartermaster Thomas Flemin I.O. Cornwall  ​
 +  *Quartermaster General John Tomkins I.O. Cornwall
 +
 +==Previous List (from BCW user '​bordereiver'​ to check)==
   *Colonel William Godolphin   *Colonel William Godolphin
   *Lieutenant-Colonel John Arundell?   *Lieutenant-Colonel John Arundell?
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   *Captain Upton   *Captain Upton
  
-Colonel William Godolphins regiment of Foot+=====Contemporary References===== 
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user '​1642'​
  
 +E.258.11
  
-Colonel ​                       ​William ​Godolphin+Sir William ​Godolphins Regiment do drive away the cattle and load away the goods, burn and spoil in cruel manner about Truro, St. Agnes and furthest parts of Cornwall
  
-Lieutenant Colonel ​                   Arundel ​             E.16.24 ​       ​ 
-Lieutenant Colonel ​   Thomas Robinson ​          ​DDB/​35/​6 ​         7.1.1645 
  
-Sargeant Major          Christopher Grosse ​       DDB/​35/​6 ​         7.1.1645 +(1) Cornwall Record Office CRO.DD.BU.631.1 
-Sargeant Major          Thomas Robinson ​ E.16.24 Oct 44 +
-Sargeant Major                             ​Trenway ​ (2)+
  
-Captain Lieutenant ​  John Gunne                I.O. Cornwall +Whereas I have received a Commission from his Majestie for the levying a Reigment of Foote in the West with power to grant Commissions to all officers of the said Regiment. I doe hereby constitute and appoint you Mr Thomas Robinson to be a Captaine of one company of foote to consist of such as will willingly serve for the defence of his Majesties Royall person, the two houses of Parlyament the protestant religion the lawes of the land and the libertie and property of the subject. These are therefore to require you with all dilligence and expedition to endeavour the raising, levying and bringing the said Company of foot unto such place as you shall understand the Army to be quartered at, and to cause the said company daily to be exercised in armes, commanding all inferior officers and soldiers of the said company to obey you as their Captaine according to this your Commission. And you are likewise to observe and follow such other directions as from tyme to tyme you shall receive from your superior officers.
-Captain Lieutenant ​  ​Anthony Reskilly ​    I.O. Cornwall  +
- +
-Captain ​                       Sir Francis Basset ​ CRO.DDB.35.219 +
-Captain ​                       Francis Bluet           ​E.16.24  +
-Captain ​                       Thomas Clyes         (3)  +
-Captain ​                       Francis Hutchins ​   I.O. Devon  +
-Captain ​                       Petherick Jenkin ​    I.O. Cornwall ​    +
-Captain ​                       Henry Keliow ​          I.O. Cornwall +
-Cpatain ​                                    ​Naunce ​        ​E.16.24 +
-Captain ​                       William Orchard ​     I.O. Cornwall ​  +
-Captain ​                       Francis Robinson ​  ​E.16.24 + I.O. Cornwall ​            +
-Captain ​                      ​Thomas Robinson ​   (1)    +
- +
-Lieutenant ​                  ​Thomas Harris ​       I.O. Cornwall  +
-Lieutenant ​                  John Hayme            I.O. Cornwall +
-Lieutenant ​                  ​Richard Job             I.O. Cornwall  +
-Lieutenant ​                  ​Richard Marshall ​    I.O. Cornwall  +
-Lieutenant ​                  John Painter ​           I.O. Cornwall  +
-Lieutenant ​                             Robinson ​      ​E.16.24 +
-Lieutenant ​                  ​Cornelius Teige       I.O. L + W to Capt. Hutchins +
-Lieutenant ​                  ​Edward Tomkins ​    I.O. Cornwall ​     +
-Lieutenant ​                  ​Thomas Trenwith ​   I.O. Cornwall +
- +
-Ensign ​                        ​Anthony Bray           I.O. Cornwall +
-Ensign ​                        Ralph Clyes              I.O. Cornwall +
-Ensign ​                        ​Thomas Gregory ​     I.O. Cornwall +
-Ensign ​                        John Luke                 I.O. Cornwall +
-Ensign ​                        ​William Penlease ​     I.O. Cornwall  +
-Ensign ​                        ​William Torack ​         I.O. Cornwall  +
-Ensign ​                        ​Michael Trenhick ​     I.O. Cornwall +
- +
-Quartermaster ​          ​Thomas Flemin ​        I.O. Cornwall ​  +
-Quartermaster General John Tomkins ​    I.O. Cornwall +
- +
-E.258.11 +
-Sir William Godolphins Regiment do drive away the cattle and load away the goods,burn and spoil in cruel manner about Truro,St. Agnes and furthest parts of Cornwall +
- +
- +
-(1) Cornwall Record Office +
-CRO.DD.BU.631.1  +
-Whereas I have received a Commission from his Majestie for the levying a Reigment of Foote in the West with power to grant Commissions to all officers of the said Regiment.I doe hereby constitute and appoint you Mr Thomas Robinson to be a Captaine of one company of foote to consist of such as will willingly serve for the defence of his Majesties Royall person,the two houses of Parlyament the protestant religion the lawes of the land and the libertie and property of the subject.These are therefore to require you with all dilligence and expedition to endeavour the raising,​levying and bringing the said Company of foot unto such place as you shall understand the Army to be quartered at,and to cause the said company daily to be exercised in armes,​commanding all inferior officers and soldiers of the said company to obey you as their Captaine according to this your Commission.And you are likewise to observe and follow such other directions as from tyme to tyme you shall receive from your superior officers.+
 Given under my hand and seale this eth day of November 1642 Given under my hand and seale this eth day of November 1642
 Wm.Godolphin. Wm.Godolphin.
 +
  
 Sargeant Major Christopher Grosse was later the chief actor of an insurrection at Penzance in 1648 and used the alias of Richard Pearce thereafter to evade detection. Thurloe Vol.5. p.495 Sargeant Major Christopher Grosse was later the chief actor of an insurrection at Penzance in 1648 and used the alias of Richard Pearce thereafter to evade detection. Thurloe Vol.5. p.495
  
-(2) Wiltshire Record Office+ 
 +(2) Wiltshire Record Office ​ 
 A1.110.114 Michalmas 1661 A1.110.114 Michalmas 1661
 +
 Petition of Nicholas Randell of Eas(t)on. Petition of Nicholas Randell of Eas(t)on.
 That he served in the Regiment of Colonel Godolphin in Major Tremayes Company. That he served in the Regiment of Colonel Godolphin in Major Tremayes Company.
 +
 A1.110.115 A1.110.115
-Certificate of John Parsons,​Peter Colley,​Michaell Clarke,​Edward Kear,​Augustin Batt and Fra. Smith that he served under Major Trenway.+ 
 +Certificate of John Parsons, Peter Colley, Michaell Clarke, Edward Kear, Augustin Batt and Fra. Smith that he served under Major Trenway.
  
 Trenway/​Tremayes or possibly Tremayne. Trenway/​Tremayes or possibly Tremayne.
  
-Parsons was in Lord Hoptons ​Regiment of Horse. ​+Parsons was in Lord Hopton'​s ​Regiment of Horse. ​ 
  
 (3) Cornwall Record Office (3) Cornwall Record Office
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 Captain Thomas Clyes of Penzance was buried the 29th of January 1643(4) Captain Thomas Clyes of Penzance was buried the 29th of January 1643(4)
 +
 +
 +(4) DDB 35/59 A List of monies as Sir Francis Bassett has dispersed for his Majesty Lord Hopton & Sydney Godolphin
 +
 +Lord Hopton & Sydney Godolphin ​ £200        12th October ​ 1642
 +Lord Hopton ​                    ​£100 ​       12th January ​ 1642(3)
 +Mr George Walrond ​              ​£204.09 ​    17th January ​ 1642(3)
 +Lord Hopton ​                    ​£100 ​        7th February 1642(3)
 +Delivered to Sir William Godolphin towards the pay of his Regiment £200 17th March 164(3)
 +
 +
 +DDB 35/72 7th March 1642(3)
 +
 +Received by Robert Arundell from my Cousin Bassett ye sum of £200 in part payment of my Regiment
 +Signed William Godolphin
 +Countersigned Ralph Hopton ​     ​
 +
  
 SP23.209.203 SP23.209.203
 +
 William Godolphin of Trewarvenith in the County of Cornwall Esq. William Godolphin of Trewarvenith in the County of Cornwall Esq.
-His delinquency that he was a Colonell in the Kings Army and was one of the Treators in the surrender of Exeter to Parliament. +His delinquency that he was a Colonell in the Kings Army and was one of the Treators in the surrender of Exeter to Parliament. He petitioned here in the time lymited by the Articles of Exeter, but in regard he refused to take the Covenant he was not permitted to Compound
-He petitioned here in the time lymited by the Articles of Exeter,but in regard he refused to take the Covenant +
-he was not permitted to Compound+
  
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====
 Godolphin'​s Foot are re-enacted by [[https://​www.facebook.com/​godolphinsregt?​sk=wall&​filter=3|Sir William Godolphin'​s Regiment of Foote]] of the Sealed Knot and also have a [[https://​www.facebook.com/​godolphinsregt|Facebook]] page Godolphin'​s Foot are re-enacted by [[https://​www.facebook.com/​godolphinsregt?​sk=wall&​filter=3|Sir William Godolphin'​s Regiment of Foote]] of the Sealed Knot and also have a [[https://​www.facebook.com/​godolphinsregt|Facebook]] page