Battle of Agincourt
    Assheton, John ( 1415 ), where he commanded troops
    Bagot, John ( 1415 )
    Barttelot, John ( 1415 )
    Camoys, Thomas, 1st Lord Camoys ( 25 Oct 1415 ), where he commanded the left wing of the English Army
    Cawarden, David ( 1415 ), among the Staffordshire Squires
    Cornwall, John, 1st and last Baron of Fanhope ( 1415 ), and was left in command of the English forces in France on King Henry V's subsequent return to England
    Courtenay, Edward, Lord Courtenay ( 1415 )
    Grey, John ( 1415 )
    Grey, John, 1st Comte de Tancarville ( 1415 )
    Grey, Richard, 6th Lord Grey (of Wilton) ( 1415 )
    Hotham, John ( 1415 )
Humieres, Drieu, Seigneur d'Humieres et Bouzincourt
    Kingscote, John ( 25 Oct 1415 )
Leigh, Peter ( 24 Oct 1415 )
    Lewknor, Thomas ( 1415 )
    Lowther, Hugh ( 1415 )
    Phelip, William, 1st Lord Bardolf ( 25 Oct 1415 )
    Robessart, Lewis ( 1415 )
    Ros, John, 7th Lord de Ros of Helmsley ( 1415 )
    Shirley, Ralph ( 1415 ), a commander under King Henry V
    Stafford, Hugh ( 1415 )
    Tempest, Piers, presumably served in that campaign
    Tempest, Richard ( 1415 )
    Tyrwhitt, William ( 1415 )
Umfreville, Gilbert ( 1415 )
West, Thomas, 2nd Lord West, in King Henry V's retinue
    York, Edward, 2nd Duke of York ( 25 Oct 1415 )
    Count equals 27 individuals.

Battle of Auray
    Bourchier, John, 2nd Lord Bourchier ( 1364 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Cadsant
    Bourchier, Robert, 1st Lord Bourchier ( 1337 ), in the French Wars
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Harfleur
    Lancaster, John, Duke of Bedford ( 15 Aug 1415 ), where he defeated the French fleet
Robessart, Lewis ( 1417 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Poitiers
Walter IV, Seigneur d'Enghein ( 19 Sep 1356 )
Walter VI, Comte de Brienne et Lecce ( 19 Sep 1356 ), as Constable of France, where the French were defeated by the English
    Audley, James ( 1356 ), where he was a hero
Berkeley, Maurice, 4th Lord Berkeley ( 19 Sep 1356 ), where he distinguished himself, but was severely wounded and taken prisoner
    Bermingham, Fulk
    Burghersh, Bartholomew, 2nd Lord Burghersh ( 19 Sep 1356 )
    Cicester, Roger ( 1356 )
    Clinton, John, 3rd Lord Clinton ( 1356 )
    Despenser, Edward, 1st Lord le Despenser ( 1356 )
    Douglas, Archibald, 3rd Earl of Douglas ( 19 Sep 1356 )
    Douglas, William, 1st Earl of Douglas ( 19 Sep 1356 ), where he was wounded
    Dunbar, Patrick ( 1356 ), alongside the French at their defeat by the English under the Black Prince
    Kingscote, Nicholas ( 13 Sep 1356 )
    Macdonald, Iain, Lord of the Isles ( 1356 ), where he was captured while fighting with the French against the English
    Neville, Robert (III), Lord of Hornby ( 1356 )
    Warre, Roger, 3rd Lord la Warre ( 1356 )
    Count equals 16 individuals.

Battle of Sluys
    Beauchamp, John, 1st Lord Beauchamp (of Warwick) ( 1340 )
    Clinton, William, 1st and last Earl of Huntingdon ( 24 Jun 1340 )
    Despenser, Hugh, 1st Lord le Despenser ( 1340 )
    Hastings, Hugh ( 1340 )
    Hastings, Laurence, 1st Earl of Pembroke ( 1340 ), against the French navy
    Holand, Thomas, 1st Earl of Kent
Monthermer, Thomas, 2nd Baron Monthermer ( 1340 )
    Stafford, Ralph, 1st Earl of Stafford ( 1340 )
    Count equals 8 individuals.

Battle of Verneuil
    Dillon, Richard ( 1424 )
Douglas, Archibald, 4th Earl of Douglas ( 17 Aug 1424 ), fighting against the Duke of Bedford
Home, Alexander, of Home and Dunglas ( 17 Aug 1424 ), with the French
    Lancaster, John, Duke of Bedford ( 17 Aug 1424 ), where he commanded a great vistory by the English and Burgundians over the French
    Poynings, Robert, 4th Lord Poynings ( Aug 1424 ), the English victory over French
Seton, William, of Seton ( 17 Aug 1424 )
    Stewart, John, 3rd Earl of Buchan ( 17 Aug 1424 )
Swinton, John, of that Ilk ( 17 Aug 1424 )
    Count equals 8 individuals.

Battle of the Herrings
Stewart, John, 1st Seigneur d'Aubigny ( 12 Feb 1429 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Crécy campaign, in the Hundred Years War
    Neville, Hugh (III) ( 1346-1347 )
    Neville, John, 2nd Lord Neville ( 1346-1347 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Hundred Years War
    Barttelot, John, where he took the castle of Fontenay in France. For this, Edward the Black Prince granted him a castle as a crest
    Brabazon, John, as a commander troops
    Cicester, Roger, in France
    Clinton, William, 1st and last Earl of Huntingdon
    Courtenay, Thomas, 5th Earl of Devon, in France
    Fiennes, James, 1st Lord Saye and Sele, in France, where he granted lordship of Court-le-Comte by King Henry V
    FitzWalter, John, 3rd Lord FitzWalter ( 1346 )
    Holand, Robert, 2nd Lord Holand
    Shirley, Thomas
    Stafford, Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford ( 1367 ), in Spain
    Stafford, Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford ( 1359 ), in Aquitaine
    Stonor, Thomas ( 1419-1420 ), serving in France
    Sutton, John, 1st Lord Dudley
    Tempest, Robert ( 1420 ), in France
    Count equals 14 individuals.

Siege of Harfleur
    Burnell, Edward ( Sep 1415 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

siege of Calais
    Bagot, John ( 1346-1347 )
    Brewes, John ( 1347 )
    Neville, Robert (II), Lord of Hornby ( 1346-1347 ), successfully conducted by King Edward III
    Count equals 3 individuals.

taking of Harfleur
    Fitzalan, Thomas, 12th Earl of Arundel ( 1415 )
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 85 individuals.


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