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   *The Earl of Lichfield'​s Troop, commanded by Lt. Col. Gordon   *The Earl of Lichfield'​s Troop, commanded by Lt. Col. Gordon
   *Sir Henry Stradling'​s Troop   *Sir Henry Stradling'​s Troop
 +Kings Lifeguard of horse
 +Captain Lieutenant Troilus Turberville killed 1645
 +Captain ​                  Sir William Killigrew ​         (1) 
 +Captain ​                  Lord Bernard Stewart ​     (2)
 +Captain ​                  ​Edward Wilsford ​               (3)           
 +Cornet ​                    Sir Henry Moody the Kings cornet ​            ​E20.5 ​  
 +Quartermaster ​     Thomas Coffin ​                   (1) 
 +Corporal ​                ​Edward Umfrevile ​             (4)
 +(1) Harl. Mss. 6852 f. 228
 +To our trusty John Ashburnham
 +Our will and pleasure is that you pay unto Thomas Coffin,​Quartermaster to Sir William Killigrews Troop two months pay being part of seven months which is due unto him for his said service as Quartermaster for which doeing this shall be your warrant.
 +Given at our Court at Oxford 15.11.1643 ​       ​
 +(2) Harl. MSS.6802 f.44
 +My notes.
 +To John Ashburnham
 +Right Trusty etc
 +Pay to Lord Bernard Stewart for himself & our Troop 6 March to 29 March 4 weeks pay
 +(3) SP29.12.92
 +The humble petition of Edward Wilsford
 +Sheweth that your petitioner after 20. weekes hard imprisonment made an escape with hazard of his life (blurred) raised a Troope of horse at his own charge for the service of his late Majestie (blurred)
 +and Capt. of one of his Majesties troope of horse guard until the surrender of Oxford.And hath ever since
 +upon all occasions to serve your sacred Majestie for which and his undaunted fidelitie to your Majestie hee hath been a constant sufferer in his Estate and person by frequent imprisonment. ​
 +The humble petition of Edward Wilsford Sheweth
 +that your petitioner left his dwelling in Kent and went to Oxford,and others of the Kings Garrisons.
 +That he had a command in thr Kings Army against those forces raysed by the Parliament.
 +That he was in Oxford at the surrender thereof to his Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfaxe Generall of the forces raysed by the Parliament.
 +That the petitioner hath a small estate in Fee Simple lyeing in Flamborough in Yorkshire of the yearly value of 200 li. as it hath been formerly lett; but now sett at 100li p anno by the sequestrators.
 +Rec'd 27 November 1646
 +(4) PROB 10/639/57
 +The last will and tst noncupative or by word of mouth of Edward Umfrevile Esq. one of his Majesties Sargeant at Armes and corporall of his Troope of Horse
 +Memorandum,​that upon the seventeenth day of July Anno Dom. 1643 the said Edward Umfrevile lodging in the house of George Hillyard within the Parish of St. Peter in the Citty of Oxon. Hee being in his lodging Chamber being sick of the sicknesse whereof he dyed but in perfect sense,​memory and understanding with intent to declare his last will and testament and to dispose of his estate hee did in the presence of Richard Byshopp Esq. and Thomas Bowen Gent. witnesses
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
   *October 1642: 2 troops at Edgehill   *October 1642: 2 troops at Edgehill