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royalist:horse-regiments:sir-thomas-tyldesley [14/02/2019 09:18]
keepyourpowderdry Addition of Sir Thomas's personal cornet details
royalist:horse-regiments:sir-thomas-tyldesley [22/02/2019 17:20] (current)
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 |**Colonel**|Sir Thomas Tyldesley|  |**Colonel**|Sir Thomas Tyldesley|
 |**Area Raised**|Lancashire|  |**Area Raised**|Lancashire|
-|**Flag Colour**|| +|**Flag Colour**|Green|
 |**Flag Design**|See below|  |**Flag Design**|See below|
 |**Field Armies**|Derby 1643| |**Field Armies**|Derby 1643|
 | |Oxford 1643| | |Oxford 1643|
 | |Rupert 1644| | |Rupert 1644|
 +| |Derby 1651|
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
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 Dalton was mortally wounded at 2nd Newbury. ​ Dalton was mortally wounded at 2nd Newbury. ​
  
-===== Flags===== +===== Flags & Equipment===== 
-According to Blount: //Col. Tho: Dalton figured a Cloud whence streamed forth a Glory, and with it an armed hand and Sword, with this motto, EXORTUM EST IN TENEBRIS LUMEN RECTIS CORDE//​((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655)). Whether he flew this cornet in his own regiment, Tyldesley'​s,​ or both, is unclear. ​According to Reid ((//The Finest Knight in England//, Partizan Press ISBN:​0946525390)) Tyldesley'​s cornet was carried by his grandson, Edward, who raised a Troop of Horse for the Jacobite army in 1715. It was green, bearing his crest; a pelican vulning itself (vulning is plunging its beak into its own breast to provide blood to feed its young), surrounded by a laurel wreath and with this motto: PRO REGIA ET PATRIA TANTEM VALET AMOR.+According to Reid ((//The Finest Knight in England//, Partizan Press ISBN:​0946525390)) Tyldesley'​s cornet was carried by his grandson, Edward, who raised a Troop of Horse for the Jacobite army in 1715. It was green, bearing his crest; a pelican vulning itself (vulning is plunging its beak into its own breast to provide blood to feed its young), surrounded by a laurel wreath and with this motto: PRO REGIA ET PATRIA TANTEM VALET AMOR
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 +According to Blount: //Col. Tho: Dalton figured a Cloud whence streamed forth a Glory, and with it an armed hand and Sword, with this motto, EXORTUM EST IN TENEBRIS LUMEN RECTIS CORDE//​((//​The Art of making Devises// 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655)). Whether he flew this cornet in his own regiment, Tyldesley'​s,​ or both, is unclear.
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
  
 ====Sir Thomas Tyldesley==== ====Sir Thomas Tyldesley====
 [[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Thomas_Tyldesley|Sir Thomas Tyldesley]] [[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Thomas_Tyldesley|Sir Thomas Tyldesley]]
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 ====Lt Col Thomas Dalton==== ====Lt Col Thomas Dalton====
 Previously commanded his own unit, [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​thomas-dalton|Colonel Thomas Dalton’s Regiment of Horse]], which appears to have been reduced into Tyldesley'​s with Dalton staying on as Lt Col of the combined regiment. Previously commanded his own unit, [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​thomas-dalton|Colonel Thomas Dalton’s Regiment of Horse]], which appears to have been reduced into Tyldesley'​s with Dalton staying on as Lt Col of the combined regiment.
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 ====Lt Col James Anderton==== ====Lt Col James Anderton====
 Lieutenant Colonel in 1651, he was killed at Wigan Lane.  Lieutenant Colonel in 1651, he was killed at Wigan Lane. 
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 +  *[[royalist:​foot-regiments:​sir-thomas-tyldesley|Sir Thomas Tyldesley’s Regiment of Foot]]
 +  *[[royalist:​dragoon-regiments:​sir-thomas-tyldesley|Sir Thomas Tyldesley’s Regiment of Dragoons]]
 +  *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​thomas-dalton|Colonel Thomas Dalton’s Regiment of Horse]]
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====