Kent Trained Bands
- Aylesford Lathe (Sir Francis Barnham, Col. Mark Dixwell, Col. John Dixwell)
- Aylesford Lathe Auxiliaries (Col. William Kenrick)
- Aylesford Lathe Volunteers (Col. George Newman)
- Aylesford Lathe Horse (Sir John Sedley)
- Scraye Lathe (Sir Edward Hales, later Col. Richard Hardy)
- Scraye Lathe Auxiliaries (Col. William Herbert)
- Sutton at Hone Lathe (Sir Francis Walsingham, later Col. Thomas Blunt)
- Sutton at Hone Lathe Auxiliaries (Col. William Boothby)
- Sutton at Hone Lathe Volunteers (Sir William Brooke)
- Sutton at Hone Lathe Horse (Sir John Rivers)
- Canterbury Company (Sir Francis Tufton)
The Kent Trained Bands of 1638 consisted of 4,667 men armed with 2,910 muskets and 1,757 corslets (body armour, signifying pikemen). They also mustered 293 horse.
In March 1640 it was ordered that Trained Band men should be shipped to Newcastle for service against the Scots: Kent 700. To be shipt the fourth of June at Gravesend, to be at the General Rendezvouz the twenty third of May, to march thence the third of June.3).
- July: Suppression of rising at Tonbridge and Severnoaks
- August to October: Siege of Basing House