Colonel John Tynte’s Regiment of Horse

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ColonelJohn Tynte
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Royalist regiment serving in Somerset

Service History


  • Garrison of Bristol?
  • January: Tynte surrenders
  • April: Put down rising at Brent Knoll


Flags and Equipment

Notable Officers

John Tynte

Tynte surrendered in January 1645, though his horse were still in action in the March at Brent Knoll.

Colonel John Tynts Regiment of Horse

Colonel John Tynt

Lieutenant Colonel Ayscough Ment. I.O. Lieutenant Colonel Hugh Tynt

Sargeant Major Williams Ment. I.O.

Captain John Dyer I.O. Somerset Captain John Pinner I.O. Somerset Captain Edward Tynt Ment. I.O.

Lieutenant George Allot I.O. Somerset to Capt. Pinner Lieutenant Walter Cardrow I.O. Dorset to Sgnt. Maj. Williams

Cornet Thomas Davis I.O. Somerset to Capt. Dyer Cornet John Jeffery I.O. Somerset to Capt. Tynt Cornet William Sherwood I.O. Somerset to Capt. Pinner

Quartermaster Richard Cordwell I.O. Hunt. to Lt. Col. Ayscough Quartermaster William Cox I.O. Somerset Quartermaster Quartermaster Francis South I.O. Bucks. Quartermaster George Tyte (1)

Captain Thomas Dyer I.O. Somerset Foot Captain Thomas Hart I.O. Somerset Foot

(1) SP19.145.8 To the honourable Committee for Advance of Money A charge or information exhibited against George Tyte of Wincanton in the County of Somerset,Gent. That the said George Tyte in the yeare 1645 and since was actually in armes against the Parliament and particularly was employed as Quartermaster under Captaine Tynte late under the command of the Lord Hopton then in armes against th Parliament. George Poynting of Wincanton. 2.11.1650


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