Parliamentarian Cavalry

Here are my Parliamentarian cavalry for your delectation.  There was a previous Parliamentarian  Cavalry post which has been retitled 'Regiments of Horse". This post is pure eye candy, the RoH post now documents my rationale for making my cavalry units the way I have.

Major General Richard Browne's Regiment


Raised in London for the First Civil war, not much is known about them other than they were garrisoned in Abingdon.

Colonel Charles Copley's Regiment


Part of Fairfax’s Northern Association they participated at Adwalton Moor, Siege of York, and Marston Moor.
Sir William Waller's Regiment

 
The list of engagements that this regiment took part in is considerable, highlights include: Edgehill, Roundway Down, Cheriton, Cropredy, Basing House and Second Newbury before being disbanded in 1645.
Colonel John Lambert's Regiment



Another regiment that was part of Fairfax’s Northern Association. Participated in Hull, Adwalton Moor, Nantwich, Selby, Siege of York, Marston Moor, and the siege of Skipton Castle.

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