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royalist:horse-regiments:lord-chandos [27/10/2019 17:46]
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 For his service to 1646 see Lord Herberts Regiment of Foot. For his service to 1646 see Lord Herberts Regiment of Foot.
 Commanded a Troop in Lord Chandos Regiment. Commanded a Troop in Lord Chandos Regiment.
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 +SP19.22.43
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 +May 27th 1650
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 +Informaccion of John Carne that Richard Smith of Oxington in the County of Gloucester Yeoman gave voluntarily one horse and other things to one John Butts Captaine under Lord Shandos in the Kings army for the use and service of the late King against the Parliament.
  
 ==Edwards'​ Delinquency== ==Edwards'​ Delinquency==
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 f.105 19.4.1644 to ye officers of Lord Chandos Regiment of Horse march to Sudeley Castle. f.105 19.4.1644 to ye officers of Lord Chandos Regiment of Horse march to Sudeley Castle.
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 +Harl.Mss. 6802 f.55
 +Propositions made before the Lords committed for the settling of the garrison of of horse be recruited to 800 horse or as many more as can be recruited.Sudeley and Tewksbury 900 Foot constantly kept in the garrison of Tewksbury
 +600 to be raysed by Sir Humphrey Tracie Baronet and the rest to be supplied by Sir William Vavasour.Sir William Vavasour to give 200 pikes.
 +£120 to Sir Humphrey Tracie for raysing the 600 foot and £300 for raysing a troop of horse of 50 in number to be of the Lord Chandos Regiment.
 +Lord Chandos Regiment ​
 +Hundreds of Brightwellbarrow,​Bradley,​CANT READ RE-CHECK
 +This force not to be commanded forth of the garrisons.
 +7.4.1644
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 +Harl.Mss. 6802 f.80 
 +To ye officer in Chiefe of ye  Lord Chandos Regiment of Horse and to the other officers of the same
 +Whereas ye Regiment of Horse under the command of our right trusty and wellbeloved George Lord Chandois are now quartered in Worcestershire.Our will and pleasure is that you forthwith march with the said Regiment to Sudeley Castle there to attend our service for the defence of the same.And for your so doing this shall be your warrant.
 +Given &e.
 +19th Ap.1644 ​
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 +f.88
 +To our trusty &e Mr Francis Walker at Bowdens Forge neere Ludlowe
 +Our will and pleasure is that you forthwith upon the receipt hereof deliver unto our Trusty and wellbeloved Sir William Morton Kngt. High Sheriff of our County of Glocester one iron peece of 9lb Bullett to be employed for the defence of our garrison in Sudeley Castle,and upon your accompt of ye charge you shall receive satisfaction for it the same.
 +Of this you may not fayle.And for your so doing this shall be your warrant.
 +Given &e
 +19th Ap.1644
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 In addition there are some Officers listed under the Foot Regiment (those not marked F),​Lieutenants that could equally be of the Horse Regiment. In addition there are some Officers listed under the Foot Regiment (those not marked F),​Lieutenants that could equally be of the Horse Regiment.