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-|**Active**|1643-|+|**Active**|1642-|
 |**Country**|England| |**Country**|England|
 |**Allegiance**|Parliamentarian| |**Allegiance**|Parliamentarian|
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   *May: Storm of Wakefield   *May: Storm of Wakefield
   *30th June: Battle of Adwalton Moor   *30th June: Battle of Adwalton Moor
-  *September to October: ​Siege of Hull? +  *September to October: ​Besieged at Hull? 
  
 ====1644==== ====1644====
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 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
 ====Sir William Fairfax==== ====Sir William Fairfax====
 +[[https://​en.m.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​William_Fairfax_(soldier)|Sir William Fairfax]] was a nephew of Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax. He was killed leading his cavalry regiment at Montgomery in 1644.
 ====Colonel Thomas Morgan==== ====Colonel Thomas Morgan====
 According to //​Parliamentary Army Chaplains// by Anne Laurence (Suffolk 1990), Thomas Morgan may have been given command of the regiment after Sir William Fairfax was killed leading his regiment of horse at Montgomery. Possibly it was reduced into [[parliamentarian:​dragoon-regiments:​col.-thomas-morgan|Colonel Thomas Morgan’s Regiment of Dragoons]]??​ According to //​Parliamentary Army Chaplains// by Anne Laurence (Suffolk 1990), Thomas Morgan may have been given command of the regiment after Sir William Fairfax was killed leading his regiment of horse at Montgomery. Possibly it was reduced into [[parliamentarian:​dragoon-regiments:​col.-thomas-morgan|Colonel Thomas Morgan’s Regiment of Dragoons]]??​
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     * Lt George Gifford ​     * Lt George Gifford ​
     * Ens John White     * Ens John White
-  *Capt Leighton  ​+  *Capt [Titus]((N.A. SP28/​1A/​232)) ​Leighton  ​
     * Lt William Llewellin ​     * Lt William Llewellin ​
     * Ens Theophilius Willey     * Ens Theophilius Willey
-  *Capt William Trunke ​+  *Capt William Trunke ​[Tuke]((N.A. SP28/​2A/​132))
     * Lt John Foster ​     * Lt John Foster ​
     * Capt Samuel Kenarick     * Capt Samuel Kenarick
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   *Carriage Master: Henry Ward   *Carriage Master: Henry Ward
   *Quartermaster:​ Thomas Tyrer   *Quartermaster:​ Thomas Tyrer
 +  *Chaplain: Thomas Crompton((N.A. SP28/​2A/​187))
  
 ===1643 to 1644=== ===1643 to 1644===
 +  *Lieutenant Colonel Jervais Paine ? (Adam Sheppardson served as his Lieutenant -regiment not stated - from 04/07/43 to 23/05/44 before leaving to command a troop of horse under [[parliamentarian:​horse-regiments:​col.-francis-wren|Colonel Francis Wren]])((N.A. SP28/​266/​pt3/​25)) ​  
   *Major Titus Leighton (01/01/43 - 13/08/43)   *Major Titus Leighton (01/01/43 - 13/08/43)
   *Major Wilsheere ?   *Major Wilsheere ?
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   *Captain Edward Orton (10/03/43 - 04/08/43)   *Captain Edward Orton (10/03/43 - 04/08/43)
   *Captain George Gifford (10/03/43 - 04/08/43)   *Captain George Gifford (10/03/43 - 04/08/43)
 +  *Captain Francis Lassells ?? (Adam Sheppardson served as his ensign -regiment not stated - from 06/12/42 to 04/07/43 before becoming Lieutenant to Lt-Col Paine)((N.A. SP28/​266/​pt3/​25)) ​  
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 +  *October 1642: 755 rank and file(([[http://​journals.sagepub.com/​doi/​pdf/​10.1177/​0968344510365223|Aaron Graham. The Earl of Essex and Parliament’s Army at the Battle of Edgehill: A Reassessment. War in History 17(3) 276–293, 2010]]))
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====