The Cheshire Yeomanry (Earl of Chester's) (Hussars)
"The Earl of Chester's Yeomanry Regiment" was first raised in 1798, but was disbanded in 1802.
It was revived the following year, which is officially recognised as the first of its history. In 1803 the regiment was styled "Earl of Chester's' (after the then Prince of Wales), in 1814 "The Prince Regent's Regiment" and in 1820, when the Prince became George IV,"The King's Cheshire Yeomanry".
In 1849 the title was again changed to "The Earl of Chester's yeomanry" after the then youthful Prince of Wales, afterwards King Edward VII.