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-|**Active**|1646|+|**Active**|1644 to 1646|
 |**Country**|Wales| |**Country**|Wales|
 |**Allegiance**|Royalist| |**Allegiance**|Royalist|
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 ===== Service History ===== ===== Service History =====
-Colonel John Bodvel received his Commission as Colonel of Foot 1st August 1643 or 1644. I Need to check doc. 
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-Robert Jones was Governor of the Town of Caernarvon and possibly Lieutenant Colonel to Bodvel 
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-Commissary for the Town  John Bould 29.3.1645 
  
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 +  *August: Bodvel commissioned colonel of foot (or 1643?), garrison Caernarvon
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 +  *Garrison Caernarvon
 ====1646==== ====1646====
   *April to June: Besieged at Caernarvon Castle   *April to June: Besieged at Caernarvon Castle
  
 =====Notes==== =====Notes====
 +Colonel John Bodvel received his Commission as Colonel of Foot 1st August 1643 or 1644. I Need to check doc. Robert Jones was Governor of the Town of Caernarvon and possibly Lieutenant Colonel to Bodvel. Commissary for the Town was John Bould 29.3.1645
  
-At Generall sessions 1674 +=====Coats, Flags and Equipment===== 
-This bearer John Roberts served the late King against the Scotts,​afterwards in Ireland and then againe in England and was sargeant of Collonell Bodvells Company and therefore ought to be considered and to receave the benefit of this order.+=====Notable Officers===== 
 +==== John Bodvel==== 
 +[[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​John_Bodvel|John Bodvel]]  
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 +=====Contemporary References===== 
 +===Sergeant Roberts=== 
 +At Generall sessions 1674This bearer John Roberts served the late King against the Scotts, afterwards in Ireland and then againe in England and was sargeant of Collonell Bodvells Company and therefore ought to be considered and to receave the benefit of this order.
  
 +===Byron'​s Order Reagrding the Protestation===
 1645, 31st March 1645, 31st March
 Lord Byron, (at Chester), to Sir John Mennes, Governor of Caernarvon, Anglesey, etc., Sir John Owen, High Sheriff of the County of Caernarvon, , esq., Governor of the Castle of Caernarvon, Robert Jones, esq ., Governor of the Town of Caernarvon, Sir William Williams, bart, William Hookes, esq., Owen Griffith, esq., Thomas Wynn, esq., or any two or more of them Lord Byron, (at Chester), to Sir John Mennes, Governor of Caernarvon, Anglesey, etc., Sir John Owen, High Sheriff of the County of Caernarvon, , esq., Governor of the Castle of Caernarvon, Robert Jones, esq ., Governor of the Town of Caernarvon, Sir William Williams, bart, William Hookes, esq., Owen Griffith, esq., Thomas Wynn, esq., or any two or more of them
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 These are to will and authorise those whose names are subscribed to administer the ‘protestation’ hereunto annexed to all the nobility, gentry, divines, and all other the inhabitants within the county of Caernarvon, and the garrisons, castles and forts therein. If any persons refuse to take the same after twelve hours’ consideration they are to be apprehended and secured, and their names sent to the writer. These are to will and authorise those whose names are subscribed to administer the ‘protestation’ hereunto annexed to all the nobility, gentry, divines, and all other the inhabitants within the county of Caernarvon, and the garrisons, castles and forts therein. If any persons refuse to take the same after twelve hours’ consideration they are to be apprehended and secured, and their names sent to the writer.
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 Protestation annexed: The protester to avow in the presence of Almighty God that he believes in his heart that the Earl of Essex, Sir William Brereton, Sir Thomas Middleton, Sir John Price and Mr Thomas Mitton and all their party and adherents are in actual rebellion against the King. To swear to defend the King’s cause against the said rebels. To abhor and abjure the taking of any oath pressed by the rebels upon the King’s subjects. Protestation annexed: The protester to avow in the presence of Almighty God that he believes in his heart that the Earl of Essex, Sir William Brereton, Sir Thomas Middleton, Sir John Price and Mr Thomas Mitton and all their party and adherents are in actual rebellion against the King. To swear to defend the King’s cause against the said rebels. To abhor and abjure the taking of any oath pressed by the rebels upon the King’s subjects.
 Received 3rd April 1645. John Mennes (dorse). Received 3rd April 1645. John Mennes (dorse).
  
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-=====Coats, Flags and Equipment===== 
-=====Notable Officers===== 
-==== John Bodvel==== 
-[[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​John_Bodvel|John Bodvel]] 
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also======  =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====