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 ====Colonel Robert Brandling==== ====Colonel Robert Brandling====
-Captain in [[royalist:​dragoon-regiments:​edward-grey|Colonel Edward Grey’s Regiment of Dragoons]] in 1642 then Lt Col of [[trained-band:​northumberland:​charles-brandling|Colonel Charles Brandling’s Northumberland Trained Band Regiment of Foot]], by April 1643 he may have been recruiting a troops ​of horse arround ​Berwick, then in July appears to have taken over Heron'​s regiment. He was captured by the Scots at Corbridge. He was exchanged and served at Marston Moor for the Royalists. Captured again at the fall of York, he changed sides to the Parliament and was made Colonel by Lord Fairfax, see [[parliamentarian:​horse-regiments:​col.-robert-brandling|Colonel Robert Brandling’s Regiment of Horse]].+Captain in [[royalist:​dragoon-regiments:​edward-grey|Colonel Edward Grey’s Regiment of Dragoons]] in 1642 then Lt Col of [[trained-band:​northumberland:​charles-brandling|Colonel Charles Brandling’s Northumberland Trained Band Regiment of Foot]], by April 1643 he may have been recruiting a troop of horse around ​Berwick, then in July appears to have taken over Heron'​s regiment. He was captured by the Scots at Corbridge. He was exchanged and served at Marston Moor for the Royalists. Captured again at the fall of York, he changed sides to the Parliament and was made Colonel by Lord Fairfax, see [[parliamentarian:​horse-regiments:​col.-robert-brandling|Colonel Robert Brandling’s Regiment of Horse]].
  
 ====Sir George Bowes==== ====Sir George Bowes====