Haselrige’s Lobsters go home


In a unique event to commemorate the 375th anniversary of the formation of Sir Arthur Haselrige’s famous regiment of horse, the present Lord Hazlerigg hosted a small group of reenactors and historians at Noseley Hall in Leicestershire, in the family’s ancestral chapel.

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The medieval chapel holds the family tombs in particular of Sir Arthur, where wreaths were laid and a small service of commemoration and reconciliation was observed.

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lob do 04(representatives of Haselrige’s regiments of horse and foot outside Noseley Chapel)

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lob do 06(the present Lord Hazlerigg with members of the modern historical groups)

So a remarkable bond was established between the historical figure and the enthusiasts who take today’s commemorative battlefields in his name.

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