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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-philip-musgrave [13/02/2019 00:27]
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 +  *August: At Cockermouth (det?)
   *October to July 1645: Besieged at Carlisle   *October to July 1645: Besieged at Carlisle
  
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   *Quartermaster John Reed I.O. Yorks. to Sgt. Maj. Hutchinson   *Quartermaster John Reed I.O. Yorks. to Sgt. Maj. Hutchinson
   *Quartermaster John Sleigh I.O. Cumberland to Capt. Sandford   *Quartermaster John Sleigh I.O. Cumberland to Capt. Sandford
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 +$ Attribution to this Regiment as I believe his brother was in Musgrave'​s Foot Regiment.
  
 A list of the regiment'​s officers is shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). ​ A list of the regiment'​s officers is shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). ​
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 ‘Petition of Captain Simon Musgrave….in 1642 was Cornet of Horse under Lord Grandison, then a Lieutenant of Horse under Sir William Pennyman afterwards Lord Ruthvens Regiment, and lastly a Captain of Horse under Sir Phillip Musgrave both in the siege of Carlisle and then in the service of Hambletons Warr in 1648, my Lord Langdale being Commander in chief.’ ‘Petition of Captain Simon Musgrave….in 1642 was Cornet of Horse under Lord Grandison, then a Lieutenant of Horse under Sir William Pennyman afterwards Lord Ruthvens Regiment, and lastly a Captain of Horse under Sir Phillip Musgrave both in the siege of Carlisle and then in the service of Hambletons Warr in 1648, my Lord Langdale being Commander in chief.’
  
-$ Attribution ​to this Regiment ​as I believe ​his brother was in Musgrave's Foot Regiment. ​+(3) D.Mus. 5/5/2/28 Anth: Bouch to Sir Phillip Musgrave Commander in Chief Torn. …commands,​being ​this day tenn weekes, ​as yet hath rec'd noe pay, but what lent him for the reliefe of himselfe, wife and children, my humble sute.. desire is your honour would be pleased to give order unto Mr Robert Phillipson ye Coronet or Mr Henry Ralph to pay him for his service, I take leave and remayne y'r honours servant att command 
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 +Anthony Bouche Cockermouth 13th August 1644 
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