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  1. George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle [a] KG PC JP (6 December 1608 – 3 January 1670) was an English soldier, who fought on both sides during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. A prominent military figure under the Commonwealth, his support was crucial to the Restoration of Charles II in 1660, who rewarded him with the title Duke of ...

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    • Anne Clarges (1653–his death)
  2. The origin of the Coldstream Guards lies in the English Civil War when Oliver Cromwell gave Colonel George Monck permission to form his own regiment as part of the New Model Army. Monck took men from the regiments of George Fenwick and Sir Arthur Haselrig , five companies each, and on 13 August 1650 formed Monck's Regiment of Foot . [7]

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    • One battalion – 559 personnel, One, independent incremental company, One reserve company
  3. 1 de jan. de 2024 · George Monck, 1st duke of Albemarle English general who fought in Ireland and Scotland during the English Civil Wars and who was the chief architect of the Restoration of the Stuart monarchy in 1660, following 11 years of republican government. Scion of a well-to-do Devon family, Monck served with.

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  4. Na rebelião irlandesa em 1641. Monck serviu como coronel no exército do lorde de Leicester. Charles dá o comando do exército irlandês que apoia a causa do rei na guerra civil inglesa. Em Janeiro de 1644 Monck foi capturado na batalha de Nantwich.

  5. Origins This regiment was raised in Scotland by Colonel George Monck on 23 August 1650. It formed part of the New Model Army (NMA) and, eleven days later, was one of the units used by the Commonwealth to defeat a Scottish Royalist force at the Battle of Dunbar.

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  6. Monck, George (1608–70), 1st duke of Albemarle , army officer, was born 6 December 1608 at his family home of Great Potheridge, Devon, the fourth child of Sir Thomas Monck, landowner, and Elizabeth Smyth of Old Matford, Exeter. By the time he landed at Dublin in January 1642 as a colonel in the forces raised to quell the Irish rebellion, he ...