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   * [[Sir Francis Gamull]] (Chester Volunteers)   * [[Sir Francis Gamull]] (Chester Volunteers)
   * **Chester Trained Band** (Col Thomas Leigh)   * **Chester Trained Band** (Col Thomas Leigh)
 +  * **Col. William Edwards'​ Chester City Militia** (1646)
   * [[Col. Henry Bradshaw'​s Militia]] (1650-1)   * [[Col. Henry Bradshaw'​s Militia]] (1650-1)
   * [[Col. Henry Brooke'​s Militia]] (1650-1)   * [[Col. Henry Brooke'​s Militia]] (1650-1)
   * [[Col. Thomas Croxton'​s Militia]] (1650-1)   * [[Col. Thomas Croxton'​s Militia]] (1650-1)
-  * [[Col. Robert Duckenfield'​s Militia (1650)]] +  * [[Col. Robert Duckenfield'​s Militia]] (1650) 
-  * [[Col. Robert Duckenfield'​s Militia Horse (1650)]]+  * [[Col. Robert Duckenfield'​s Militia Horse]] (1650)
  
 The Chester (Cheshire) Trained Bands of 1638 consisted of 599 men armed with 359 muskets and 240 corslets (body armour, signifying pikemen). They  mustered no cavalry. The Chester (Cheshire) Trained Bands of 1638 consisted of 599 men armed with 359 muskets and 240 corslets (body armour, signifying pikemen). They  mustered no cavalry.
  
-In 1651, two companies of Cheshire Trained Bands under Captain Jollie fought at the Battle of Wigan Lane as part of Lilburne'​s force.((Terribly Obscure Battles of the English Civil War 1. Wigan Lane, 25th August 1651 by Stuart Reid in English Civil War Notes and Queries Issue 1, pp 3-4, Eds. David Ryan & Hawk Norton, Jan 1984)). The Cheshire Militia also fought as part of Cromwell'​s army at the Battle of Worcester. They consisted of a brigade of three regiments under Colonels Bradshawe, Brooke and Croxton. ​+In 1651 the Cheshire Militia fought at the Battle of Warrington Bridgeunder Lambert'​s command. Two companies of Cheshire Trained Bands under Captain Jollie fought at the Battle of Wigan Lane as part of Lilburne'​s force.((Terribly Obscure Battles of the English Civil War 1. Wigan Lane, 25th August 1651 by Stuart Reid in English Civil War Notes and Queries Issue 1, pp 3-4, Eds. David Ryan & Hawk Norton, Jan 1984)). The Cheshire Militia also fought as part of Cromwell'​s army at the Battle of Worcester. They consisted of a brigade of three regiments under Colonels Bradshawe, Brooke and Croxton. ​