Colonel Robert Phelips’ Regiment of Horse

Active1645
CountryEngland
AllegianceRoyalist
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeHorse
ColonelRobert Phelips
Area Raised
Flag Colour
Flag Design
Field ArmiesGoring 1645

Royalist horse serving in the West Country in 1645

Service History

1645

  • July: Loss of Ilchester
  • July: Battle of Langport

Notes

Flags and Equipment

Notable Officers

Robert Phelips

Colonel Robert Phelips Regiment of Horse

Sargeant Major Foil (1) Captain Lambert Ment. I.O. * Captain Rosse Ment. I.O. Captain Rowes Ment. I.O. Lieutenant James Rush I.O. Somerset to Capt. Rowes Cornet Edward Burgh I.O. Somerset Cornet Richard Willoughby I.O. Somerset Quartermaster Thomas Haine I.O. Somerset to Capt. Rosse Quartermaster Henry Spyer I.O. Wilts to Capt. Lambert * Quartermaster (Reg.) Jonathan Cecil I.O. Somerset

* Simply listed under Col. Phelips and may be Col. Edward Phelips However,as Col. Robert Phelips had Officers from Wiltshire in his Foot Regiment I have placed under Robert rather than Edward Phelips Regiment of Horse..

(1) E.316.26 Mercurius Academicus Colonel Philips and his Major Foil beat up troops at Pidlington January 1645/6.

Strength

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