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 Whichcote, a merchant, was also second captain in the [[trained-band:​london:​white-regiment|White Regiment of Foot of the London Trained Bands]] in 1643.  Whichcote, a merchant, was also second captain in the [[trained-band:​london:​white-regiment|White Regiment of Foot of the London Trained Bands]] in 1643. 
 ====Colonel William Webb==== ====Colonel William Webb====
-A Grocer of Bartholomew Lane in the Parish of St Michael Cornhill London. He joined the Honourable Artillery Company in 1641. A Lieutenant under Col. John Venn in March 1643, he then served as Capt and Major in the Green Auxiliaries. In September 1645 he became Colonel of [[parliamentarian:​dragoon-regiments:​webb|Col. William Webb’s Dragoons]]. ​by October 1646 he was back as Colonel of the Green Auxiliary Regiment of Foot of the London Trained Bands.+A Grocer of Bartholomew Lane in the Parish of St Michael Cornhill London. He joined the Honourable Artillery Company in 1641. A Lieutenant under Col. John Venn in March 1643, he then served as Capt and Major in the Green Auxiliaries. In September 1645 he became Colonel of [[parliamentarian:​dragoon-regiments:​webb|Col. William Webb’s Dragoons]]. ​By October 1646 he was back as Colonel of the Green Auxiliary Regiment of Foot of the London Trained Bands. 
 +=====Officer Lists===== 
 +====October 1646==== 
 +Lining the route of procession at the Earl of Essex'​s funeral((//​The Militia of London 1641-1649// PhD Thesis, Lawson Chase Nagel, King’s College, University of London, 1982. )) 
 + 
 +City Green Auxiliaries 
 +  *Col William Webb 
 +  *Lt Col John Tirlington 
 +  *Major Edward Abel 
 +  *Capt Warren 
 +  *Capt Wansey 
 +  *Capt Sittey 
 +  *Capt Beech
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
   *September 1643: 1200 at the most, in 7 companies((The London Trained Bands Mustered in Finsbury Fields 26 September 1643; Ensignes of the Regiments in the rebellious Citty of London, National Army Museum Ms 6807-53))   *September 1643: 1200 at the most, in 7 companies((The London Trained Bands Mustered in Finsbury Fields 26 September 1643; Ensignes of the Regiments in the rebellious Citty of London, National Army Museum Ms 6807-53))