2nd Battle of Newbury
    Goring, Charles, 2nd Earl of Norwich ( Oct 1644 )
    Wentworth, Thomas, 1st and last Earl of Cleveland ( 27 Oct 1644 ), where he was captured
    Wentworth, Thomas, 5th Lord Wentworth ( 27 Oct 1644 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

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

Battle of Alford
    Farquharson, William, of Inverey and Balmoral ( 2 Jul 1645 ), leading the Strathdu men, under the Marquess of Montrose
Gordon, George, Lord Gordon ( 2 Jul 1645 )
    Lindsay, Alexander, 1st Earl of Balcarres ( 2 Jul 1645 ), where he commanded a troop of horse, and was defeated
    Count equals 3 individuals.

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

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

Battle of Cropredy Bridge
Boteler, William, 1st Bt. ( 29 Jun 1644 ), where he commanded the regiment he had raised for the King
    Wentworth, Thomas, 1st and last Earl of Cleveland ( 29 Jun 1644 )
    Wentworth, Thomas, 5th Lord Wentworth ( 29 Jun 1644 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Edgehill
    Arundell, Richard, 1st Baron Arundell of Trerice, where he fought for the King
Assheton, John ( Oct 1642 )
    Astley, Jacob, 1st Baron Astley of Reading, where he was wounded
    Belasyse, John, 1st Baron Belasyse of Worlaby
    Bertie, Montagu, 2nd Earl of Lindsey ( 1642 ), where he was captured ratherthan abandon his mortally wounded father
    Bertie, Robert, 1st Earl of Lindsey ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Bertie, Robert, 1st Earl of Lindsey ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Byron, John, 1st Baron Byron of Rochdale ( 1642 ), where he commanded the Royalist reserve
    Byron, Richard, 2nd Baron Byron of Rochdale, as a 'Valiant Colonel'
    Fiennes, Nathaniel ( 1642 ), for Parliament
    Greville, Robert, 2nd Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court ( 22 Oct 1642 ), for the Parliamentarians
    Howard, Henry Frederick, 22nd Earl of Arundel
    Lindsay, Ludovic, 16th Earl of Crawford ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Long, Walter, 1st Bt. ( 23 Oct 1642 ), where he was wounded
    Russell, William, 1st Duke of Bedford ( 23 Oct 1642 ), for the Parliamentarians
    Ruthven, Patrick, 1st and last Earl of Brentford ( Oct 1642 ), where he had the chief command
    Spencer, Henry, 1st Earl of Sunderland ( 23 Oct 1642 )
St. John, Oliver, 5th Baron Saint John of Bletso ( 23 Oct 1642 ), fighting for the Parliamentarians
Stuart, George, 9th Seigneur d'Aubigny ( 23 Oct 1642 )
Verney, Edmund ( 23 Oct 1642 )
    Count equals 20 individuals.

Battle of Gainsborough
    Cholmeley, Hugh, 1st Bt. ( 1643 ), with the Parliamentarians
Poyntz, Newdigate, for the King
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Highnam
    Somerset, Edward, 2nd Marquess of Worcester ( 24 Mar 1643 ), where he was defeated by Waller, after an unsuccesful siege of Gloucester
    Count equals 1 individual.

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

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

Battle of Naseby
    Belasyse, John, 1st Baron Belasyse of Worlaby
    Bertie, Montagu, 2nd Earl of Lindsey ( 1645 ), where he was wounded
Browne, Peter ( 14 Jun 1645 ), in the service of King Charles I
Bruce, Robert, of Kinnaird ( 1645 )
Cave, Richard ( 1645 )
    Chester, Anthony, 2nd Bt., commanding a troop of horse for the Royalists
    Dalzell, Robert, 1st Earl of Carnwath ( 14 Jun 1645 )
    Fairfax, Thomas, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron ( 14 Jun 1645 )
    Fiennes, John ( 1645 )
    Gurdon, Brampton ( 14 Jun 1645 )
    Lockwood, John, for King Charles I, where he was wounded
    Maunsell, John, where he was severely wounded
    Stuart, James, 4th Duke of Lennox ( 1645 )
    Count equals 13 individuals.

Battle of Newbury
    Belasyse, John, 1st Baron Belasyse of Worlaby
Brooke, William ( 20 Sep 1643 )
Cary, Lucius, 2nd Viscount Falkland ( 20 Sep 1643 )
    Dormer, Robert, 1st Earl of Carnarvon ( 20 Sep 1643 )
FitzMaurice, Richard ( 1644 )
    Lindsay, Ludovic, 16th Earl of Crawford ( 20 Sep 1643 )
    Russell, William, 1st Duke of Bedford ( 20 Sep 1643 ), for the Royalists
    Spencer, Henry, 1st Earl of Sunderland ( 20 Sep 1643 )
St. Leger, William ( 1644 )
    Count equals 9 individuals.

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

Battle of Philiphaugh
    Agnew, James ( 1645 ), for which he was thanked by Parliament
    Erskine, John, 21st/4th Earl of Mar ( 1645 )
    Johnstone, James, 1st Earl of Hartfell ( 1645 )
    Murray, William ( 13 Sep 1645 )
    Ogilvy, James, 2nd Earl of Airlie ( 13 Sep 1645 ), where he served under Montrose, and was defeated and captured
    Seton, George, Lord Seton ( 1645 ), where he was captured by the Parliamentarians
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Battle of Stratton
Arundell, Thomas, 2nd Baron Arundell of Wardour ( 16 May 1643 ), where he was mortally wounded
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Worcester
    Anstruther, Philip ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Cromwell's forces, fined and his estates sequestered until the restoration
    Armstrong, Edmund ( 1651 ), and taken prisoner
    Campbell, Archibald, 9th Earl of Argyll ( 3 Sep 1651 ), on behalf of King Charles II
    Dalyell, Thomas, of the Binns ( 1651 ), where he was captured and imprisoned in the Tower of London
    Dalzell, Gavin, 2nd Earl of Carnwath ( 3 Sep 1651 ), on the King's side, and was taken prisoner, being held for many years
    Dalzell, John ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was taken prisoner
    Dalzell, Robert, 1st Earl of Carnwath ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was taken prisoner, and committed to the Tower
    Douglas, James, 1st Lord Mordington ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was captured by the Parliamentarians
    Erskine, Alexander, 3rd Earl of Kellie ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Cromwell's forces
Farquharson, Finlay, 2nd of Rivernie ( 3 Sep 1651 )
    Goffe, William ( 3 Sep 1651 )
Hamilton, William, 2nd Duke of Hamilton ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was mortally wounded
    Keith, George, 7th Earl Marischal ( 1651 )
    Legge, William ( 1651 ), where he was wounded and taken prisoner. He escaped from Coventry gaol in his wife's clothes
    Lindsay, Patrick, 3rd of Wormiston ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Crowmell's troops
    Mackenzie, Kenneth, 3rd Earl of Seaforth ( 1651 ), as a Royalist
    Maitland, John, 1st and last Duke of Lauderdale ( 1651 ), where he was captured by the English
    Montgomerie, Robert ( 1651 )
    Ogilvy, George, 2nd Lord Banff, for King Charles II
    Pakington, John, 2nd Bt. ( 1651 ), where he was captured by Cromwellian troops), fined again, this time £7,670 and forced to alienate part of his Aylesbury property (later annulled at the restoration)
    Payne, Ralph ( 1651 )
    Poyntz, Hugh ( 17 Jul 1216 ), where he was captured
    Sinclair, John, 9th Lord Sinclair ( 3 Sep 1651 ), he was captured by Cromwell’s forces and held prisoner
    Stewart, Archibald, of Burray, 1st Bt. ( 1651 ), where he was captured
    Stewart, Charles
    Villiers, George, 2nd Duke of Buckingham ( 3 Sep 1651 )
Ward, Charles ( 1651 )
    Wentworth, Thomas, 1st and last Earl of Cleveland ( 1651 ), when he was again taken prisoner
    Wentworth, Thomas, 5th Lord Wentworth ( 1651 )
    Whitford, David ( 3 Sep 1651 ), where he was taken prisoner
    Count equals 30 individuals.

Battle of the Dunes
    Stuart, James II, King of Great Britain ( 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
Bagenal, George
    Bagenal, Henry
    Bagenal, Thomas
    Bagenal, Walter
Bowyer, Henry, as a Royalist
    Brabazon, Edward, 2nd Earl of Meath, as a Royalist
    Bradshaigh, Roger, 1st Bt., for the King
    Bright, John, 1st and last Bt., against the King
    Burton, Thomas, 2nd Bt., where he distinguished himself on the part of the King
Byron, Philip
    Byron, Robert
    Cadogan, William, defending Trim Castle, County Meath
    Cameron, Ewen, of Lochiel, 17th Chief of Clan Cameron, as a Royalist
    Capell, Arthur, 1st Baron Capell of Hadham, in the Royal cause, especially against Sir William Brereton
    Cave, Richard, as a Royalist
    Cave, Thomas, 1st Bt., as a Royalist
Cavendish, Charles, as a Royalist
    Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, as a Royalist Commander
    Chichester, John
    Cochrane, Alexander, as a Royalist
    Cochrane, Hugh, as a Royalist
    Cochrane, John, as a Royalist
    Cust, Samuel, against King Charles I
    Dundas, George ( 1649 ), as a Parliamentarian
    Esmond, Laurence, 1st and last Lord Esmond, Baron of Lymbrick ( 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
    Feilding, Basil, 2nd Earl of Denbigh, as a Parliamentarian
Feilding, William, 1st Earl of Denbigh, as a Royalist
    Fergusson, James, as a royalist Captain
    Fergusson, John, as a royalist Captain
FitzHerbert, Ralph
Fitzgerald, Edward
Fitzgerald, John
Fitzgerald, unknown son
    Forbes, Arthur, 1st Earl of Granard, in Scotland, as a Royalist
    Gage, Henry, as a Royalist
    Hay, George, 3rd Earl of Kinnoull, as a Royalist
    Hay, William, 4th Earl of Kinnoull, as a Royalist
    Hill, Arthur
    Jones, Philip
    King, John, 1st Baron Kingston ( 1641 ), in the King's Army
    Lambert, John, as a Parliamentarian
    Lambton, William, as a Royalist
    Legge, William, as a Royalist
    Legh, Henry, helping defend Chester and Worcester against Pariamentary forces
    Mahon, Nicholas
    Montagu, Edward, 1st Baron Montagu of Boughton, as a Royalist
    Montagu, Edward, 2nd Baron Montagu of Boughton, as a Parliamentarian
    Parker, William
    Payne, Ralph, as a Royalist
    Sclater, William, as a Royalist, and was imprisoned
    Seton, Alexander, 1st Viscount Kingston, as a Royalist
    Spencer, Henry, 1st Earl of Sunderland ( 1642-1643 ), with the Royal Army
    St. John, unknown son, on the Royalist side
St. John, unknown son, on the Royalist side
    St. John, unknown son, on the Royalist side
    Stonor, William, as a Royalist
    Vaughan, Richard, 2nd Earl of Carbery, on the Royalist side
    Villiers, George, 2nd Bt., as a Royalist
    Villiers, William, 2nd Viscount Grandison of Limerick, as a Royalist
    Winnington, Francis
    Count equals 60 individuals.

First Battle of Newbury
    Brydges, George, 6th Baron Chandos of Sudeley ( 20 Sep 1643 ), he had 3 horses shot out from under him, and was instrumental in breaking the enemy's cavalry
    Count equals 1 individual.

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

Siege of St. Chad's Church
Greville, Robert, 2nd Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court ( 2 Mar 1643 )
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 161 individuals.


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