Monro His Expedition - THE LIST OF THE SCOTTISH OFFICERS IN CHIEF (CALLED the officers of the Field) that served his Majesty of Sweden, Anno, 1632.

THE LIST OF THE SCOTTISH OFFICERS IN CHIEF (CALLED the officers of the Field) that served his Majesty of Sweden, Anno, 1632.

The Marquess of Hamilton General of the British army.
Sir James Spence General over Scots.
Sir Patrike Ruthven, governor of Ulm, and since General.
Sir Alexander Lesly governor over the cities along the Baltic Coast, and since Field-marshal over the army in Westphalia.
General Major James King, since Lieutenant General.
Sir David Drummond General Major and governor of Stettin in Pomerania.
Sir James Ramsey General Major had a regiment of Scots, and since was governor of Hanau.

Colonels that served then of Scots.

My Lord of Rhees Mackey Colonel to a brigade of Scots.
Sir John Hepburne Colonel succeeded to command the Scottish brigade, and since was slain in France.
Sir John Ruthven Colonel to a brigade of Dutch, and since General Major.
Sir James Lumsdell Colonel to a regiment of Scots.
Alexander Ramsey Colonel and governor of Kreuznach.
Robert Lesly Colonel to a regiment of Scots.
Robert Monro Baron of Fowles Colonel of horse and foot over Dutch, and since died of his wounds at Ulm.
John Monro of Obstell Colonel to a regiment of Scots, and since slain on the Rhine in the Wetterau.
Lodovick Lesly Colonel to a regiment of Scots, which was Sir John Hamilton's.
Robert Monro Colonel to a regiment of Scots, which was my Lord of Rhees'.
James Carre Colonel to a regiment of Scots, and since General Major.
Sir Fredrick Hamilton Colonel to a regiment of Scots and Irish.
The master of Forbesse Colonel to a regiment of Scots.
Alexander Hamilton Colonel to a regiment of Scots.
The Earl of Crawford Lindesey Colonel to a foot regiment of Dutch, and since slain.
William Baily Colonel to a regiment of foot of Dutch.
Sir James Hamilton Colonel to a foot regiment of Scots.
John Forbesse Colonel to a foot regiment of Dutch, slain in France.
Hugh Hamilton Colonel to a foot regiment of Dutch.
Sir William Ballentine Colonel to a foot regiment of English.
Sir James Ramsey Colonel to a foot regiment of English, and since died at London.
Alaxander Forbesse called Finness Forbesse Colonel to a regiment of Finns.
Walter Leckey Colonel to foot.

The English Colonels served then.

Colonel Austin Colonel to an English regiment served in Germany.
Sir John Cassells Colonel to a foot regiment of English, which was levied by Sir Thomas Conway; who was cast away on the coast of Denmark with his Lieutenant Colonel George Stewart.
Sir George Fleetwood Colonel to a foot regiment of English that served at this time in Prussia.

Scots Colonels that served at this time in Sweden, Leefland and Prussia.

James Seaton Colonel to foot of Swedes.
Colonel Kinninmond Colonel to foot of Swedes, since dead.
Colonel Thomson Colonel to foot of Swedes, since dead.
Colonel Scot Cloonell to foot of Finns, since dead.
William Cunningham: Colonel to foot of Scots, in Prussia.
Francis Ruthven Colonel to foot of Dutch, in Prussia.
Sir John Meldrum Colonel in Prussia to foot.

Lieutenant Colonels who served then, whereof since some have been advanced.

Thomas Hume of Carolside Lieutenant Colonel of horse; since a Colonel in France.
Lieutenant Colonel Dowglas since a Colonel of horse in Germany under the Swede.
Henry Muschamp Lieutenant Colonel, since was a Colonel and was slain at Nördlingen.
Alexander Lesly Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel to foot.
Alexander Cunninghame Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel to foot.
Lieutenant Colonel Vavazer, since a Colonel to foot.
William Gunne Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel to foot of Dutch.
John Lesly Lieutenant Colonel, since Colonel to foot of Scots.
Lieutenant Colonel Finness Forbesse, since a Colonel.
Alexander Forbesse called the Bald, Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel.
Robert Stewart Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel.
Hector Monro Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel, and being made Knight Baronet died at Hamburg, and was buried at Buxtehude in the Altes Land of the Elbe.
Sir George Dowglas Lieutenant Colonel, since ambassador for his Majesty of Great Britain, in Prussia, died in Germany, and was transported and buried in Scotland.
George Lesly Lieutenant Colonel, since Colonel.
John Lindesey of Bainshow Lieutenant Colonel, since slain at Newbrandenburg.
Lieutenant Colonel Monypenny, Lieutenant Colonel to horse.
Alexander Lindesey Lieutenant Colonel, since slain in Bavaria.
John Sinclaire Lieutenant Colonel, was slain at Neumarkt.
William Stewart Lieutenant Colonel, succeeded to Sinclaire.
Henry Lindesey Lieutenant Colonel to Lesly the younger.
William Lindesey Lieutenant Colonel to horse.
James Henderson Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Sir Arthur Forbesse Lieutenant Colonel to foot, was slain in combat near Hamburg.
Robert Weere Lieutenant Colonel, since slain in Saxony.
John Lyell Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
James Dickson Lieutenant Colonel, since slain in the Pfalz.
Sandelens Lieutenant Colonel, since slain in the Pfalz.
William Borthwick Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Macdowgall Lieutenant Colonel, since slain in Schwabenland.
James Hepburne Lieutenant Colonel, since slain in France.
Robert Hannan Lieutenant Colonel to foot, died in Alsace.
John Monro Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Robert Lumsdell Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
William Herring Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Sir James Cunninghame Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
William Spence Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
John Ennis Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Poytaghee Forbesse Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
John Forbesse of Tullough Lieutenant Colonel, was slain at Nördlingen.
George Forbesse Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Alexander Hay Lieutenant Colonel of dragoniers.
David Lesly Lieutenant Colonel to horse.
James Drummond Lieutenant Colonel to horse.
Kinninmond the elder Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Kinninmond the younger Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Francis Sinclaire Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
Gordon Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel to foot of Dutch under the Crown of Sweden.
John Henderson Lieutenant Colonel, since a Colonel under the Emperor.
William Troop Lieutenant Colonel slain in the Pfalz.
Potley Lieutenant Colonel to foot, under Sir George Fleetwood.
Arthur Mon-gorge Lieutenant Colonel to foot.
James Montgomery Lieutenant Colonel slain in combat.

Scots Majors.

Major Ruthven slain at Nördlingen.
Major Mill.
Major Cunninghame.
Major John Forbesse.
Major David King, slain at Nördlingen.
Major Bodwell slain at Würzburg.
Major Mackenyee, since General adjutant under the Field-marshal Lesly.
Major Sidserfe slain at Nördlingen.
Major David Monro.
Major William Falconer.
Major Francis Sinclaire
Major William Keith.
Major Sanderson.
Major William Bruntfield died of his wounds at Buxtehude in the Altes Land.

Diverse Captains and inferior officers of the nation followed the army being in charge, whom I omit out of this List.

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