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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-thomas-aston [06/09/2018 08:52]
1642
royalist:horse-regiments:sir-thomas-aston [28/10/2018 00:56] (current)
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   * Sir William Ratcliffe'​s Troop   * Sir William Ratcliffe'​s Troop
-      ​* Lieutenant Yates +    ​* Lieutenant Yates 
-      * Cornet Hanslop +    * Cornet Hanslop 
-      * Quartermaster Kelsall+    * Quartermaster Kelsall
  
   * Captain Prestwich'​s Troop   * Captain Prestwich'​s Troop
-      ​* Lieutenant William Massey +    ​* Lieutenant William Massey 
-      * Cornet John Pavney+    * Cornet John Pavney
  
   * Captain Reston'​s Troop   * Captain Reston'​s Troop
-      ​* Lieutenant Hawkin +    ​* Lieutenant Hawkin 
-      * Cornet Norman +    * Cornet Norman 
-      * Quartermaster Brandon+    * Quartermaster Brandon
  
   * Captain John Vangerish Troop   * Captain John Vangerish Troop
-      ​* Lieutenant Hanse Jacop Freish +    ​* Lieutenant Hanse Jacop Freish 
-      * Cornet Stoopier +    * Cornet Stoopier 
-      * Quartermaster Sturgesse+    * Quartermaster Sturgesse
  
   *Captain Wiltshire'​s Troop   *Captain Wiltshire'​s Troop
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   *Captain Masterton'​s Troop   *Captain Masterton'​s Troop
-      ​* Lieutenant Masterton +    ​* Lieutenant Masterton 
-      * Cornet Wright +    * Cornet Wright 
-      * Quartermaster Dudley+    * Quartermaster Dudley
  
 +=====Contemporary References=====
  
 +==Orders from Oxford==
 To our Trusty and Wellbeloved Capt. Prestwiche and Capt. Radcliffe. To our Trusty and Wellbeloved Capt. Prestwiche and Capt. Radcliffe.
-Whereas wee have lately given order of the 21 past required with your Troopes of Horse under your command to attend our Right Trusty and wellbeloved the Viscount Cholmondeley and to stay with him until you shall receave our further order;wee are now pleased and doe hereby recall such our command hereby willing and requiring you and both of you for this time upon sight hereof to repaire unto our Army or to such place as you shall receave our command from our Trusty and wellbeloved Sir Thomas Aston your Colonell and for your so doeing this shalbee your sufficient warrant.+Whereas wee have lately given order of the 21 past required with your Troopes of Horse under your command to attend our Right Trusty and wellbeloved the Viscount Cholmondeley and to stay with him until you shall receave our further order; wee are now pleased and doe hereby recall such our command hereby willing and requiring you and both of you for this time upon sight hereof to repaire unto our Army or to such place as you shall receave our command from our Trusty and wellbeloved Sir Thomas Aston your Colonell and for your so doeing this shalbee your sufficient warrant.
 Oxford the 8th of Jan. (1643) Oxford the 8th of Jan. (1643)
  
 +==Plundering==
 Extract. Undated. Extract. Undated.
 The humble petition of divers inhabitants of Armescole & Blackmell in the parish of Tredington in the said County to the Governor and Commissioners of Worcestershire. The humble petition of divers inhabitants of Armescole & Blackmell in the parish of Tredington in the said County to the Governor and Commissioners of Worcestershire.
-That 40 horse plundered,​and found in the Regiment of Colonel Thomas Aston in their quarters around Black Bourton near Bourton Co. Oxon.+That 40 horse plundered, and found in the Regiment of Colonel Thomas Aston in their quarters around Black Bourton near Bourton Co. Oxon.
  
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====