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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-marmaduke-langdale [26/06/2019 08:43]
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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-marmaduke-langdale [14/01/2021 12:05] (current)
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   *Lieutenant Charles Vaughan to Captain Yeoward   *Lieutenant Charles Vaughan to Captain Yeoward
   *Lieutenant Francis Whitehead to Capt. Yeoward   *Lieutenant Francis Whitehead to Capt. Yeoward
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 +  *Cornet Harwood (PB240021)
  
   *Quartermaster Thomas Allen I.O. Captain Yeoward ​   ​   *Quartermaster Thomas Allen I.O. Captain Yeoward ​   ​
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 ‘I doe hereby certify that the aforesaid petitioner was a Lieutenant of a Troop of horse in my Regiment under Captain Yeoward.’ ‘I doe hereby certify that the aforesaid petitioner was a Lieutenant of a Troop of horse in my Regiment under Captain Yeoward.’
-Marm.Langdale.+Marm. Langdale.
  
 ===The humble petition of Langdale Sunderland=== ===The humble petition of Langdale Sunderland===
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 Served under Captain Croft in Lord Langdales Regiment at severall battles and received many wounds. Served under Captain Croft in Lord Langdales Regiment at severall battles and received many wounds.
-=== Confirmatuion ​of his being a Lieutenant of Horse to Captain Yeoward signed by Marmaduke Langdale. ​+ 
 +Confirmation ​of his being a Lieutenant of Horse to Captain Yeoward signed by Marmaduke Langdale. ​
  
 ===From a Parliamentary Newspaper 1644=== ===From a Parliamentary Newspaper 1644===
  
-'But now I arrive at the great story from the North,which holds up the head of his Diurnall this weeke, and here,just as he told us of Hilsdon House, he tells us of them, and of one Sir Marmaduke Langdaile, a Commander of theirs, whom he most unjustly charges with I know not how much valour, how he led up his Brigade; now he is not content with laying this gallantry to Sir Marmadukes charge, but he jeeres him woefully too, and sayes this name Sir Marmaduke is given to none but Sir Marmadukes spirit: ​ Oh ridiculous ! Reader, I would you knew as well I, what this Marmaduke is, he talks on, he is one that hates all Gunpowder, and never loved to come neere his Regiment when they were shooting off; this Sir Marmaduke hath discharged oftner in his breeches,​then in his Pistoll, as three of his Captaines can witnesse, and his Lieutenant Colonell will take his oath on it; for one day, as he marched in the head of his Regiment, and his Regiment in the taile of him, the wind blowing diametrally upon him, conveyed the affaires of his drawers full amongst his forces, and they  had like to have mutinied, as the story goes: this Sir Marmaduke was ever called the Hypocrite, and Heathen, and Coward of the North, he hath the most base and degenous spirit, this is he that was cudgelled by the last Lord Deputy for standing for his Countrey, & he durst never stand for it since.'​+'But now I arrive at the great story from the North, which holds up the head of his Diurnall this weeke, and here, just as he told us of Hilsdon House, he tells us of them, and of one Sir Marmaduke Langdaile, a Commander of theirs, whom he most unjustly charges with I know not how much valour, how he led up his Brigade; now he is not content with laying this gallantry to Sir Marmadukes charge, but he jeeres him woefully too, and sayes this name Sir Marmaduke is given to none but Sir Marmadukes spirit: ​ Oh ridiculous! Reader, I would you knew as well I, what this Marmaduke is, he talks on, he is one that hates all Gunpowder, and never loved to come neere his Regiment when they were shooting off; this Sir Marmaduke hath discharged oftner in his breeches, then in his Pistoll, as three of his Captaines can witnesse, and his Lieutenant Colonell will take his oath on it; for one day, as he marched in the head of his Regiment, and his Regiment in the taile of him, the wind blowing diametrally upon him, conveyed the affaires of his drawers full amongst his forces, and they  had like to have mutinied, as the story goes: this Sir Marmaduke was ever called the Hypocrite, and Heathen, and Coward of the North, he hath the most base and degenous spirit, this is he that was cudgelled by the last Lord Deputy for standing for his Countrey, & he durst never stand for it since.'​
  
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====