Colonel John Arundell’s Regiment of Horse

Active1644
CountryEngland
AllegianceRoyalist
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeHorse
ColonelsJohn Arundell
Area RaisedCornwall
Flag ColourUnknown
Flag DesignUnknown
Field ArmiesGrenville 1644?

An obscure Royalist cavalry regiment raised in the West Country that served at the siege of Plymouth

Service History

1644

  • April to July: Siege of Plymouth

Notes

Flags

Unknown

Notable Officers

A list of the regiment's officers is shown in Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press).

Colonel John Arundell

John Arundell was killed at the siege of Plymouth in June 1644. He was one of the sons of Sir John Arundell, who was known as ”Jack for the King”. His brothers took over Colonel John Trevannion’s Regiment of Foot.

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