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 ====Colonel Richard Bulkeley==== ====Colonel Richard Bulkeley====
-Variously said to be nephew or son of Lord Bulkeley, he was a Colonel in the Anglesey Trained bands prior to 1642 while still a minor. Presumably this was a semi-honorary appointment. By 1646 he led forces to regain Beaumaris, partly as a negotiating piece to extract better terms from the victorious Parliamentarians((//​The Old Service: Royalist regimental colonels and the Civil War, 1642-6// P.R. Newman, Manchester University Press, 1993. ISBN 0-7190-3752-2)). ​+Variously said to be nephew or son of Lord Bulkeley, he was a Colonel in the Anglesey Trained bands prior to 1642 while still a minor. Presumably this was a semi-honorary appointment. By 1646 he was colonel of a cavalry regiment, [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​richard-bulkeley|Colonel Richard Bulkeley’s Regiment of Horse]] and led forces to regain Beaumaris, partly as a negotiating piece to extract better terms from the victorious Parliamentarians((//​The Old Service: Royalist regimental colonels and the Civil War, 1642-6// P.R. Newman, Manchester University Press, 1993. ISBN 0-7190-3752-2)). ​
  
 ====John Robinson==== ====John Robinson====
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 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
-  *[[Richard Bulkeley's Regiment of Horse]]+  *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​richard-bulkeley|Colonel ​Richard Bulkeleys Regiment of Horse]]
   *[[royalist:​foot-regiments:​john-robinson|Colonel John Robinson’s Regiment of Foot]]   *[[royalist:​foot-regiments:​john-robinson|Colonel John Robinson’s Regiment of Foot]]