2nd Battle of Newbury
    Charles Goring ( Oct 1644 )
    Thomas Wentworth ( 27 Oct 1644 )
    Thomas Wentworth ( 27 Oct 1644 ), where he was captured
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Batte of Edgehill
    Henry Hastings ( 1642 ), where he led his own troop of horse
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Alford
    Alexander Lindsay ( 2 Jul 1645 ), where he commanded a troop of horse, and was defeated
    George Gordon ( 2 Jul 1645 )
    William Farquharson ( 2 Jul 1645 ), leading the Strathdu men, under the Marquess of Montrose
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Brentford
    Patrick Ruthven ( 15 Nov 1642 ), where he defeated the Parliamentarian forces
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Cheriton Down
    Henry Bard, where he lost the use of an arm while distinguishing himself in the Royalist cause
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Cropredy Bridge
    Henry Mordaunt
    Henry Percy ( Jun 1644 )
    Thomas Wentworth ( 29 Jun 1644 )
    Thomas Wentworth ( 29 Jun 1644 )
William Boteler ( 29 Jun 1644 ), where he commanded the regiment he had raised for the King
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Battle of Edgehill
    Charles Compton ( 1642 )
Edmund Verney ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Edward Lake ( 1642 ), where he received 16 wounds
George Stuart ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Henry Frederick Howard ( Oct 1642 )
    Henry Spencer ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Jacob Astley, where he was wounded
    John Assheton ( Oct 1642 )
    John Belasyse
    John Byron ( 1642 ), where he commanded the Royalist reserve
John Lewthwaite ( 1642 )
    Ludovic Lindsay ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Montagu Bertie ( 1642 ), where he was captured ratherthan abandon his mortally wounded father
    Nathaniel Fiennes ( 1642 ), for Parliament
    Oliver St. John ( 23 Oct 1642 ), fighting for the Parliamentarians
    Patrick Ruthven ( Oct 1642 ), where he had the chief command
    Richard Arundell, where he fought for the King
    Richard Byron, as a 'Valiant Colonel'
    Robert Bertie ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Robert Bertie ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Robert Greville ( 22 Oct 1642 ), for the Parliamentarians
Spencer Compton ( 1642 )
    Walter Long ( 23 Oct 1642 ), where he was wounded
    William Russell ( 23 Oct 1642 ), for the Parliamentarians
    Count equals 24 individuals.

Battle of Gainsborough
    Hugh Cholmley ( 1643 ), with the Parliamentarians
Newdigate Poyntz, for the King
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Highnam
    Edward Somerset ( 24 Mar 1643 ), where he was defeated by Waller, after an unsuccesful siege of Gloucester
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Malton
    Hugh Cholmley ( 1643 ), with the Parliamentarians
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Nantwich
    Thomas Aston ( 28 Jan 1642 ), where he was defeated by the Parliamentary General, Sir William Brereton, and was captured
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Naseby
    Anthony Chester, commanding a troop of horse for the Royalists
    Brampton Gurdon ( 14 Jun 1645 )
    Daniel O'Neale
    Henry Osborne ( 1645 )
    James Stuart ( 1645 )
    John Belasyse
    John Fiennes ( 1645 )
    John Lockwood, for King Charles I, where he was wounded
    John Maunsell, where he was severely wounded
    Montagu Bertie ( 1645 ), where he was wounded
    Nathaniel Rich, for the Parliamentarians
Peter Browne ( 14 Jun 1645 ), in the service of King Charles I
Richard Cave ( 1645 )
    Robert Bruce ( 1645 )
Robert Bruce ( 14 Jun 1465 )
    Robert Dalzell ( 14 Jun 1645 )
    Thomas Fairfax ( 14 Jun 1645 )
    Thomas Windsor Windsor ( 1645 )
    William Portman ( 1645 ), where he was taken prisoner by the Parliamentarians
    Count equals 19 individuals.

Battle of Newbury
    Henry Mordaunt, where he was wounded
    Henry Spencer ( 20 Sep 1643 )
    John Belasyse
Lucius Cary ( 20 Sep 1643 )
    Ludovic Lindsay ( 20 Sep 1643 )
Richard FitzMaurice ( 1644 )
    Robert Dormer ( 20 Sep 1643 )
William Brooke ( 20 Sep 1643 )
    William Russell ( 20 Sep 1643 ), for the Royalists
William St. Leger ( 1644 )
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Battle of Oswestry
    Francis Newport ( 29 Jun 1644 ), where he fought on the King's side, and was taken prisoner
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Philiphaugh
    Alexander Ogilvy ( 13 Sep 1645 ), where he was captured
    Donald Macdonald ( 1645 ), (royalist defeat in Civil War)
    George Seton ( 1645 ), where he was captured by the Parliamentarians
    James Agnew ( 1645 ), for which he was thanked by Parliament
    James Drummond ( 1645 ), where he fought for the Royalists, and was captured
    James Johnstone ( 1645 )
    James Ogilvy ( 13 Sep 1645 ), where he served under Montrose, and was defeated and captured
    John Erskine ( 1645 )
    William Murray ( 13 Sep 1645 )
    Count equals 9 individuals.

Battle of Stratton
Thomas Arundell ( 16 May 1643 ), where he was mortally wounded
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Worcester
    Alexander Erskine ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Cromwell's forces
Alexander MacLeod ( 1651 )
    Archibald Campbell ( 3 Sep 1651 ), on behalf of King Charles II
    Archibald Stewart ( 1651 ), where he was captured
    Charles Stewart
Charles Ward ( 1651 )
    David Whitford ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was taken prisoner
    Edmund Armstrong ( 1651 ), and taken prisoner
Finlay Farquharson ( 3 Sep 1651 )
    Gavin Dalzell ( 3 Sep 1651 ), on the King's side, and was taken prisoner, being held for many years
    George Keith ( 1651 )
    George Ogilvy, for King Charles II
    George Villiers ( 3 Sep 1651 )
    Hugh Poyntz ( 17 Jul 1216 ), where he was captured
    James Douglas ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was captured by the Parliamentarians
    James Livingston ( 3 Sep 1651 ), following which he fled to Paris
John 'Dow' Macnab ( 1651 ), where he led 300 men
    John Dalzell ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was taken prisoner
    John Maitland ( 1651 ), where he was captured by the English
    John Pakington ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Cromwellian troops), fined again, this time Ł7,670 and forced to alienate part of his Aylesbury property (later annulled at the restoration)
    John Sinclair ( 3 Sep 1651 ), he was captured by Cromwell’s forces and held prisoner
    Kenneth Mackenzie ( 1651 ), as a Royalist
    Neil 'Og' Macneil ( 1651 ), as a ‘Colonell of Horsse' in the royalist army
    Patrick Lindsay ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Crowmell's troops
    Philip Anstruther ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Cromwell's forces, fined and his estates sequestered until the restoration
    Philip Musgrave ( 1651 )
    Ralph Payne ( 1651 )
    Robert Dalzell ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was taken prisoner, and committed to the Tower
    Robert Montgomerie ( 1651 )
    Thomas Dalyell ( 1651 ), where he was captured and imprisoned in the Tower of London
    Thomas Wentworth ( 1651 )
    Thomas Wentworth ( 1651 ), when he was again taken prisoner
    William Drummond ( 1651 ), where he was captured by the Parliamentarians and imprisoned
    William Goffe ( 3 Sep 1651 )
William Hamilton ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was mortally wounded
    William Legge ( 1651 ), where he was wounded and taken prisoner. He escaped from Coventry gaol in his wife's clothes
    Count equals 36 individuals.

Battle of the Dunes
    James II Stuart ( 3 Jun 1658 ), where he earned distinction by twice charging home against the Cromwellian infantry, but could not break them
    Count equals 1 individual.

English Civil War
    Alexander Cochrane, as a Royalist
    Alexander Ogilvy, as a Royalist
    Alexander Seton, as a Royalist
    Arthur Capell, in the Royal cause, especially against Sir William Brereton
    Arthur Forbes, in Scotland, as a Royalist
    Arthur Hill
    Basil Feilding, as a Parliamentarian
Charles Cavendish, as a Royalist
    Charles Osborne, as a Royalist
    Courtenay Pole, for the Royalists
    Edmund Lechmere
    Edward Brabazon, as a Royalist
Edward Fitzgerald
    Edward Montagu, as a Parliamentarian
    Edward Montagu, as a Royalist
    Ewen Cameron, as a Royalist
    Faithful Fortescue
    Francis Howard
    Francis Winnington
George Bagenal
    George Dundas ( 1649 ), as a Parliamentarian
    George Hay, as a Royalist
    George Villiers, as a Royalist
    Guy Molesworth
    Henry Bagenal
Henry Bowyer, as a Royalist
    Henry Gage, as a Royalist
    Henry Legh, helping defend Chester and Worcester against Pariamentary forces
    Henry Spencer ( 1642-1643 ), with the Royal Army
    Hugh Cochrane, as a Royalist
    James Fergusson, as a royalist Captain
    John Bright, against the King
    John Chichester
    John Cochrane, as a Royalist
    John Drummond, as a Royalist
    John Fergusson, as a royalist Captain
John Fitzgerald
John Haggerston
    John Kaye
    John King ( 1641 ), in the King's Army
    John Lambert, as a Parliamentarian
    John Pole, for the Parliamentarians
    John Ramsden
    John Wittewronge, for the Parliamentarians
    Joseph Damer
    Laurence Esmond ( 1644 ), with the Parliamentarians, handing over Duncannon but subsequently being besieged there by forces representing the Confederacy of Kilkenny, to whom he surrendered in March 1644/5
    Nicholas Mahon
Philip Byron
    Philip Jones
    Piers Edgcumbe ( 1645 ), where he capitulated his garrsion at Mount Edgcumbe
Ralph FitzHerbert
    Ralph Payne, as a Royalist
    Richard Cave, as a Royalist
    Richard Onslow
    Richard Vaughan, on the Royalist side
    Robert Byron
    Robert Lockhart
    Roger Bradshaigh, for the King
    Samuel Cust, against King Charles I
    Spencer Lucy
    Thomas Bagenal
    Thomas Burton, where he distinguished himself on the part of the King
    Thomas Cave, as a Royalist
    Thomas Haggerston
    Thomas Howard
    Turlough O'Neill
    Walter Bagenal
    William Cadogan, defending Trim Castle, County Meath
    William Cavendish, as a Royalist Commander
    William Davenly, as a Royalist
    William Drummond, as a Royalist
William Feilding, as a Royalist
    William Hay, as a Royalist
    William Lambton, as a Royalist
    William Legge, as a Royalist
    William Parker
    William Sclater, as a Royalist, and was imprisoned
    William Stonor, as a Royalist
    William Villiers, as a Royalist
unknown son Fitzgerald
unknown son St. John, on the Royalist side
    unknown son St. John, on the Royalist side
    unknown son St. John, on the Royalist side
    Count equals 83 individuals.

First Battle of Newbury
    George Brydges ( 20 Sep 1643 ), he had 3 horses shot out from under him, and was instrumental in breaking the enemy's cavalry
    Henry Percy ( Sep 1643 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Second Battle of Newbury
Anthony Mansel ( 27 Oct 1644 ), on the Royalist side
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege of St. Chad's Church
Robert Greville ( 2 Mar 1643 )
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 207 individuals.


=killed in action or mortally wounded during this battle/war