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   *Pennyman commissioned to raise a regiment of horse in Derbyshire   *Pennyman commissioned to raise a regiment of horse in Derbyshire
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-  *August: Pennyman dies of a fever+  *August: Pennyman dies of a fever at Oxford 
 =====Notes===== ​ =====Notes===== ​
-Sir William was Colonel of an infantry regiment and a captain in [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​prince-rupert|Prince Rupert’s Regiment of Horse]] in 1642. Appointed Governor of Oxford in 1642, his horse regiment was based on his troop of horse from Rupert’s regiment but perhaps ​weren’t completed by the time of his death in 1643or passed to the next governor, [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​sir-arthur-aston|Sir Arthur Aston]] for little more is heard of them+Sir William was Colonel of an infantry regiment and a captain in [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​prince-rupert|Prince Rupert’s Regiment of Horse]] in 1642. Appointed Governor of Oxford in 1642, his horse regiment was based on his troop of horse from Rupert’s regiment but perhaps ​wasn’t completed by the time of his death in August ​1643.  
 + 
 +It would appear that the Regiment was reduced into or taken over by Patrick Lord Ruthven (Lord Forth, ​the Lord General)forming the [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​lord-general|Lord General’s Regiment of Horse]], according to Musgrave'​s petition shown below. The Officers under Ruthven include Lieutenant Colonel Hutchinson in support ​of this supposition 
 ===== Flags & Equipment===== ===== Flags & Equipment=====
 +
 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
-A list of the regiment'​s officers is shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). ​+
 ====Sir William Pennyman==== ====Sir William Pennyman====
 [[https://​en.wikisource.org/​wiki/​Pennyman,​_William_(DNB00)|Sir William Pennyman]] [[https://​en.wikisource.org/​wiki/​Pennyman,​_William_(DNB00)|Sir William Pennyman]]
  
 +====Officer Lists====
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
  
-Sir William ​Pennimans Regiment of Horse+  *Colonel ​Sir William ​Penniman 
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Frankland (3) + ment. I.O. 
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Edward Hutchinson (2) + ment. I.O. 
 +  *Sargeant Major Edward Hutchinson Ment. I.O. 
 +  *Captain Edward Warder Ment. I.O.
  
-Lieutenant ​Colonel ​ Thomas Frankland ​     (3) + ment. I.O. +  *Lieutenant ​James Dixon I.O. Kent to Lt. Col. Hutchinson ​ 
-Lieutenant ​Colonel Edward Hutchinson ​     (2) + ment. I.O.+  *Lieutenant ​John Huthwayte ​I.O. Northants. to Sgnt. Maj. Edw. Hutchinson 
 +  *Lieutenant Simon Musgrave (1)
  
-Sargeant Major        Edward Hutchinson ​     Ment. I.O.+  *Quartermaster William Hullock I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Warder 
 +  *Quartermaster John Skullay ​I.O. Yorks. to Lt. Col. Frankland
  
-Captain ​                     Edward Warder ​             Ment. I.O.+A list of the regiment'​s officers is also shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press)
  
-Lieutenant ​                James Dixon                  I.O. Kent to Lt. Col. Hutchinson ​ +=====Contemporary References===== 
-Lieutenant ​                John Huthwayte ​           I.O. Northants. to Sgnt. Maj. Edw. Hutchinson +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
-Lieutenant ​                Simon Musgrave ​         (1) +
- +
-Quartermaster ​        ​William Hullock ​             I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Warder +
-Quartermaster ​        John Skullay ​                 I.O. Yorks. to Lt. Col. Frankland+
  
 +==Musgrave'​s petition==
 (1) SP29.20.93 (1) SP29.20.93
-‘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.’ 
  
-It would appear that the Regiment ​was taken over by Patrick ​Lord Ruthven,according to Musgraves petition. +‘Petition of Captain Simon Musgrave….in 1642 was Cornet of Horse under Lord Grandisonthen 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.
-The Officers under Ruthven include ​Lieutenant ​Colonel Hutchinson ​in support ​of this supposition+
  
 +==Major Hutchinson==
 (2) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665 (2) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665
 +
 Edward Hutchenson of Wickham Yorkshire a Colonel of Horse in the army of King Charles the first. Edward Hutchenson of Wickham Yorkshire a Colonel of Horse in the army of King Charles the first.
-Hutchenson ​ws probably Sargeant Major under Lt. Col. Frankland and Lt.Col under Patrick Lord Ruthven.+Hutchenson ​was probably Sargeant Major under Lt. Col. Frankland and Lt.Col under Patrick Lord Ruthven.
  
 +==Lt Col Frankland==
 (3) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665  (3) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665 
-Thomas Frankland of Aldwarke,​Lieutenant Colonell to Sir William Pennyman Knt,in the service of the late King Charles,​died unmarried.+ 
 +Thomas Frankland of Aldwarke, Lieutenant Colonell to Sir William Pennyman Knt, in the service of the late King Charles, died unmarried.
  
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 +  *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​prince-rupert|Prince Rupert’s Regiment of Horse]]
 +  *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​lord-general|Lord General’s Regiment of Horse]]
 +  *[[royalist:​foot-regiments:​sir-william-pennyman|Sir William Pennyman’s Regiment of Foot]]
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====