Colonel John Lamplugh’s Regiment of Horse

ConflictsFirst Civil War?
Second Civil War?
ColonelJohn Lamplugh
Area RaisedCumberland
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Field Armies

Royalist regiment of horse from Cumberland

Service History


Uncertain whether this regiment fought in the First or Second Civil War, or both. Captain Edward Lamplugh was captured at Appleby 1648

Flags & Equipment

Notable Officers

A list of the regiment's officers is shown in Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press).

John Lamplugh

Lamplughwas Colonel of one of Newcastle’s foot regiments, Colonel John Lamplugh’s Regiment of Foot. He was wounded and captured at Marston Moor.

Officer list

  • Colonel John Lamplugh
  • Lieutenant Colonel William Fleming 1)
  • Captain George Briscoe I.O. Cumberland
  • Captain Edward Lamplugh I.O. Cumberland
  • Cornet Thomas Wyber I.O. Cumberland


See Also

1) Antiquities of Furness by Thomas West