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The Household

Colonel Richard Bagot's Regiment of Foot

Colonel Richard Bagot was commander of the King's garrison at Lichfield during the English Civil War, until his death after the battle of Naseby in 1645.

Today, the regiment of the Sealed Knot named in his memory is one of the oldest in the field of re-enactment, but it still retains a place in the forefront of the development of recreating life during the 1640s and 1650s.

Our patron is Nancy, Lady Bagot, of Blithefield Hall in Staffordshire, Home of the Bagot family for centuries.

Our sign is the Bagot Goat, one of the oldest (and now rarest) breeds in Britain.

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Weary Bagot's return to camp
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