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 ====== Devon Trained Bands ====== ====== Devon Trained Bands ======
  
 +  * **Devon Trained Band** (Col. Henry Aishford) (1637-40)
   * [[Devon Trained Band (Sir Popham Southcott)]]   * [[Devon Trained Band (Sir Popham Southcott)]]
   * **Devon Trained Band** (Sir Edward Seymore)   * **Devon Trained Band** (Sir Edward Seymore)
-  * [[North Devon Trained Band]] (Sir Lewis Pollard, later Sir Samuel Rolle)+  * [[North Devon Trained Band]] (Sir Lewis Pollard, later Sir Samuel Rolle, later John Lutterell)
   * [[South Hams Devon Trained Band]] (Col Henry Champernowne)   * [[South Hams Devon Trained Band]] (Col Henry Champernowne)
   * [[East Devon Trained Band]] (Sir Henry Rosewell, later Col Henry Aishford)   * [[East Devon Trained Band]] (Sir Henry Rosewell, later Col Henry Aishford)
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   * [[Exeter Trained Band]]   * [[Exeter Trained Band]]
   * **Plymouth Trained Band**   * **Plymouth Trained Band**
 +  * [[Plymouth Town Regiment]]
   * [[Dartmouth Trained Band]]   * [[Dartmouth Trained Band]]
   * [[Barnstaple Trained Band Company]]   * [[Barnstaple Trained Band Company]]
   * **Devon Trained Band Horse**   * **Devon Trained Band Horse**
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 +  * [[Devon Trained Bands in 1633]]
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 +In 1633 the Devon Trained Bands were split into three divisions, South, North and East, each mustering two regiments of foot, apart from the South division that had an extra //​demi-regiment//​. There were also companies at Plymouth and Dartmouth, a unit of horse under Col. Gorge with //three cornets// and four companies of tin miners independent from the Lord Lieutenant.
  
 The Devon Trained Bands of 1638 consisted of 6,762 men armed with 4,253 muskets and 2,509 corslets (body armour, signifying pikemen). They also mustered 126 horse. ​ The Devon Trained Bands of 1638 consisted of 6,762 men armed with 4,253 muskets and 2,509 corslets (body armour, signifying pikemen). They also mustered 126 horse. ​
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 +John Ackland previously served as a Trained Band colonel in Devon((Newman 2)).