Colonel Thomas Morgan’s Regiment of Horse

Active1643
CountryEngland
AllegianceRoyalist
ConflictsFirst Civil War
TypeHorse
ColonelThomas Morgan
Area Raised
Flag Colour
Flag DesignSee below
Field ArmiesOxford 1643

Royalist regiment of horse that served briefly with the Oxford Army in 1643

Service History

1643

  • May: Morgan's own troop issued gunpowder
  • July: Battle of Roundway Down
  • September: First Battle of Newbury

Notes

Flags & Equipment

According to Blount: Col. Morgan of Weston had St Michael killing the Dragon, for figure, and the motto, QUIS UT DEUS?1). This cornet was captured at 1st Newbury.

Notable Officers

Colonel Thomas Morgan

Killed at First Newbury.

Officer Lists

From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642

  • Colonel Thomas Morgan
  • Captain Endymion Fermor I.O. L + W

Contemporary References

From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642

WO55.459.171 19. May. 1643

Received out of his Majesties stores for the use of Collonell Thomas Morgan Troope Powder 12lb

Rec'd Wm. Beare

Strength

See Also

1) The Art of making Devises 2nd Ed, Thomas Blount, London, 1655