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   *Pennyman commissioned to raise a regiment of horse in Derbyshire   *Pennyman commissioned to raise a regiment of horse in Derbyshire
 ====1643==== ====1643====
-  *August: Pennyman dies of a fever+  *August: Pennyman dies of a fever at Oxford 
 =====Notes===== ​ =====Notes===== ​
-Sir William was Colonel of an infantry regiment and a captain in [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​prince-rupert|Prince Rupert’s Regiment of Horse]] in 1642. Appointed Governor of Oxford in 1642, his horse regiment was based on his troop of horse from Rupert’s regiment but perhaps wasn’t completed by the time of his death in 1643or passed to the next governor, [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​sir-arthur-aston|Sir Arthur Aston]] for little more is heard of them+Sir William was Colonel of an infantry regiment and a captain in [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​prince-rupert|Prince Rupert’s Regiment of Horse]] in 1642. Appointed Governor of Oxford in 1642, his horse regiment was based on his troop of horse from Rupert’s regiment but perhaps wasn’t completed by the time of his death in August ​1643.  
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 +It would appear that the Regiment was reduced into or taken over by Patrick Lord Ruthven (Lord Forth, ​the Lord General)forming the [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​lord-general|Lord General’s Regiment of Horse]], according to Musgrave'​s petition shown below. The Officers under Ruthven include Lieutenant Colonel Hutchinson in support ​of this supposition
  
 ===== Flags & Equipment===== ===== Flags & Equipment=====
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 =====Notable Officers===== =====Notable Officers=====
  
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   *Lieutenant John Huthwayte I.O. Northants. to Sgnt. Maj. Edw. Hutchinson   *Lieutenant John Huthwayte I.O. Northants. to Sgnt. Maj. Edw. Hutchinson
   *Lieutenant Simon Musgrave (1)   *Lieutenant Simon Musgrave (1)
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   *Quartermaster William Hullock I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Warder   *Quartermaster William Hullock I.O. Lincs. to Capt. Warder
   *Quartermaster John Skullay I.O. Yorks. to Lt. Col. Frankland   *Quartermaster John Skullay I.O. Yorks. to Lt. Col. Frankland
  
 A list of the regiment'​s officers is also shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). ​ A list of the regiment'​s officers is also shown in //Officers and Regiments of the Royalist Army// by Stuart Reid (Partizan Press). ​
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 +=====Contemporary References=====
 +From original research by Victor Judge aka BCW user 1642
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 +==Musgrave'​s petition==
 (1) SP29.20.93 (1) SP29.20.93
-‘Petition of Captain Simon Musgrave….in 1642 was Cornet of Horse under Lord Grandison,​then a Lieutenant of Horse under Sir William Pennyman afterwards Lord Ruthvens Regiment,​and lastly a Captain of Horse under Sir Phillip Musgrave both in the siege of Carlisle and then in the service of Hambletons Warr in 1648,my Lord Langdale being Commander in chief.’ 
  
-It would appear that the Regiment ​was taken over by Patrick ​Lord Ruthven,according to Musgraves petition. +‘Petition of Captain Simon Musgrave….in 1642 was Cornet of Horse under Lord Grandisonthen a Lieutenant ​of Horse under Sir William Pennyman afterwards Lord Ruthvens Regiment, and lastly a Captain of Horse under Sir Phillip Musgrave both in the siege of Carlisle and then in the service of Hambletons Warr in 1648, my Lord Langdale being Commander in chief.
-The Officers under Ruthven include ​Lieutenant ​Colonel Hutchinson ​in support ​of this supposition+
  
 +==Major Hutchinson==
 (2) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665 (2) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665
 +
 Edward Hutchenson of Wickham Yorkshire a Colonel of Horse in the army of King Charles the first. Edward Hutchenson of Wickham Yorkshire a Colonel of Horse in the army of King Charles the first.
-Hutchenson ​ws probably Sargeant Major under Lt. Col. Frankland and Lt.Col under Patrick Lord Ruthven.+Hutchenson ​was probably Sargeant Major under Lt. Col. Frankland and Lt.Col under Patrick Lord Ruthven.
  
 +==Lt Col Frankland==
 (3) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665  (3) Dugdales Visitation of Yorkshire 1665 
-Thomas Frankland of Aldwarke,​Lieutenant Colonell to Sir William Pennyman Knt,in the service of the late King Charles,​died unmarried.+ 
 +Thomas Frankland of Aldwarke, Lieutenant Colonell to Sir William Pennyman Knt, in the service of the late King Charles, died unmarried.
  
 =====Strength===== =====Strength=====
 =====See Also====== =====See Also======
 +  *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​prince-rupert|Prince Rupert’s Regiment of Horse]]
 +  *[[royalist:​horse-regiments:​lord-general|Lord General’s Regiment of Horse]]
 +  *[[royalist:​foot-regiments:​sir-william-pennyman|Sir William Pennyman’s Regiment of Foot]]
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