Sir George Vaughan’s Regiment of Horse
|Active||1643 to 1644|
|Conflicts||First Civil War|
|Colonel||Sir George Vaughan|
|Flag Design||Motto Experto Crede|
|Field Armies||Hopton 1643-4|
Royalist Regiment of horse that served with the Marquis of Hertford's forces, then with the Oxford Army on the 1644 campaign
- July: Battle of Lansdown
- July: Battle of Roundway Down?
- July: Storm of Bristol
- August to September: Siege of Gloucester
- September: First Battle of Newbury
- November to March 1644: Siege of Wardour Castle?
- March: Battle of Cheriton
- June: Battle of Cropredy Bridge
- August: Battle of Lostwithiel
- September: Skirmish on Caradon Down
- October: Second Battle of Newbury
- November: Relief of Donnington Castle
Symonds noted Vaughan's cornet in April 1644 as blue fringed blue and white with a motto on a scroil 'EXPERTO CREDE' (see Flag Illustration above).
Sir George Vaughan
Of Pembrey Camarthenshire?
- March 1644: 2 troops at Cheriton
- April 1644: 80 troopers