Worcester Trained Bands
- Worcester Trained Band (Sir Martin Sandys)
- Worcester Trained Band Horse
The Worcester (Worcestershire) Trained Bands of 1638 consisted of 800 men armed with 491 muskets and 309 corslets (body armour, signifying pikemen). They also mustered 70 horse.
Sir Martin Sandys’ Worcester Trained Band Regiment of Foot
|Active||1642 to 1646|
|Conflicts||First Civil War|
|Colonel||Sir Martin Sandys|
Worcester Trained Band supporting the Royalists
- May: Besieged in Worcester
- May to July: Besieged in Worcester
Sir Martin’s brother, Samuel Sandys, led a volunteer regiment of foot based at Worcester.