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 ====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]]
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 +Sir William Pennimans Regiment of Horse
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 +Lieutenant Colonel ​ Thomas Frankland ​     (3) + ment. I.O.
 +Lieutenant Colonel Edward Hutchinson ​     (2) + ment. I.O.
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 +Sargeant Major        Edward Hutchinson ​     Ment. I.O.
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 +Captain ​                     Edward Warder ​             Ment. I.O.
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 +Lieutenant ​                James Dixon                  I.O. Kent to Lt. Col. Hutchinson ​
 +Lieutenant ​                John Huthwayte ​           I.O. Northants. to Sgnt. Maj. Edw. Hutchinson
 +Lieutenant ​                Simon Musgrave ​         (1)
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 +Quartermaster ​        ​William Hullock ​             I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Warder
 +Quartermaster ​        John Skullay ​                 I.O. Yorks. to Lt. Col. Frankland
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 +(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.’
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 +It would appear that the Regiment was taken over by Patrick Lord Ruthven,​according to Musgraves petition.
 +The Officers under Ruthven include Lieutenant Colonel Hutchinson in support of this supposition. ​
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 +(2) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665
 +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.
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 +(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.
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