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The first Battle the St Albans Date: 22 may 1455 fight site: fought in the city of St Albans, Hertfordshire.
|Leaders in battle: fight it out of York • Earl that Warwick Casualties: c. 100 men in total||Leaders in battle: King Henry vi • fight it out of Buckingham • fight it out of Somerset • Earl that Northumberland • mr Clifford Casualties: battle each other of Somerset • Earl that Northumberland • Earl the Dorset • lord Clifford||York|
|The battle of Blore Heath|
Date: 23 September 1459 battle site: site crosses A53, Newcastle-under-Lyme to market Drayton road, around 3 miles east of the latter, Staffordshire.
|Leaders in battle: Earl of Salisbury Casualties: Yorkist casualties minimal||Leaders in battle: lord Audley • mr Dudley Casualties: mr Audley • teacher William Troutbeck • sir Hugh Venables • Sir john Donne • c. 2000 Lancastrians||York|
The Rout the Ludford leg Date: 12 October 1459 - 13 October 1459 battle site: southern of Ludlow, bridge crossing the river Teme, Shropshire.
|Leaders in battle: battle each other of York • Earl that Salisbury • Earl the Warwick • Earl of march • Earl that Rutland Casualties: None||Leaders in battle: King Henry vi • duke of Buckingham||Lancaster|
The battle of Northampton Date: 10 July 1460 battle site: instantly south-east the Northampton and also north that Delapré Abbey.
|Leaders in battle: Earl the Warwick • Earl of march Casualties: c. 300 guys in total||Leaders in battle: King Henry by means of • battle each other of Buckingham • Earl of Shrewsbury • lord Grey that Ruthyn Casualties: fight it out of Buckingham • Earl of Shrewsbury • lord Egremont • lord Beaumont||York|
The battle of Wakefield Date: 30 December 1460 fight site: Sandal, around 1.5 miles south-east of Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
|Leaders in battle: battle each other of York • Earl the Salisbury • Earl that Rutland Casualties: battle each other of York • Earl that Salisbury (ex) • Earl that Rutland • Sir cutting board Neville • Sir cutting board Harrington • Sir thomas Parre • teacher Hugh Mortimer • Sir john Mortimer||Leaders in battle: duke of Somerse • Earl that Northumberland • Earl that Devon • mr Clifford • mr Roos||Lancaster|
The battle of Mortimer"s cross Date: 2 February 1461 or 3 February 1461 fight site: Approx. 4.5 mile north-west that Leominster, Hereford & Worcester, to the appropriate of the A4410.
|Leaders in battle: Earl of march • teacher William Hastings • sir William Herbert • Walter Devereux||Leaders in battle: Earl the Pembroke • Earl that Wiltshire • Owen Tudor • Sir john Throckmorton Casualties: Owen Tudor (ex) • Sir john Throckmorton (ex)||York|
The second Battle the St Albans Date: 17 February 1461 battle site: The town of St Albans, Barnard"s Heath and also Sandridge, Hertfordshire.
|Leaders in battle: Earl of Warwick • Earl of Arundel • duke of Norfolk • mr Montagu Casualties: mr Bonville (ex) • Sir thomas Kyriell (ex)||Leaders in battle: Queen Margaret • fight it out of Somerset||Lancaster|
The battle of Towton & Ferrybridge Date: 28 in march 1461 - 29 march 1461 Towton battle site: between Towton and Saxton to the right of the B1217, north Yorkshire.
|Leaders in battle: King Edward IV • fight it out of Norfolk • Earl of Warwick • lord Fauconberg Casualties: mr Fitzwalter||Leaders in battle: fight it out of Somerset • Earl of Northumberland • mr Clifford Casualties: Earl of Northumberland • Earl of Devon (ex) • Earl the Wiltshire (ex) • lord Clifford • lord Dacre • sir Andrew Trollope||York|
The battle of Hedgeley Moor Date: 25 April 1464 fight site: around 6 mile south-east that Wooler, Northumberland.
|Leaders in battle: john Neville • Marquess Montague||Leaders in battle: battle each other of Somerset • lord Roos • mr Hungerford • teacher Ralph Percy Casualties: sir Ralph Percy||York|
The fight of Hexham Date: 15 may 1464 fight site: OS site recognized as Hexham levels is 2 mile south-east that Hexham, Northumberland. Alternative site around one mile north-east close to Swallowship Hill.
|Leaders in battle: man Neville, Marquess Montagu||Leaders in battle: fight it out of Somerset • mr Roos • lord Hungerford Casualties: duke of Somerset (ex) • mr Roos (ex) • lord Hungerford (ex) • teacher Philip Wentworth • sir William Tailboys||York|
The battle of Edgecote Date: 26 July 1469 battle site: Site well-known as to dance Moor south-east of Edgecote i beg your pardon is 5.5 miles north-east the Banbury, Oxfordshire.
|Leaders in battle: Earl the Pembroke • Earl that Devon • teacher Richard Herbert Casualties: Sir thomas Vaughan • Earl that Pembroke (ex) • Earl of Devon (ex) • teacher Richard Herbert (ex)||Leaders in battle: "Robin of Redesdale" • teacher Henry Neville Casualties: sir Henry Neville||Lancaster|
The fight of Empingham, also known together The fight of Losecote field Date: 12 in march 1470 fight site: 2.5 mile north-east the Empingham, Rutland and also just eastern of the great North roadway (A1).
|Leaders in battle: King Edward IV|| leader in battle: sir Robert wells • Sir thomas de Launde • Richard Wauren Casualties: sir Robert welles (ex) • Sir thomas de Launde (ex) • Richard Wauren (ex)||York|
The fight of Barnet Date: 14 April 1471 fight site: Close to Hadley Wood about 1 mile north-east that Barnet, previously in Middlesex.
|Leaders in battle: King Edward IV • battle each other of Gloucester • duke of Clarence • teacher William Hastings Casualties: lord Say and also Sele||Leaders in battle: Earl the Warwick • Earl of Oxford • Marquess the Montagu Casualties: Earl the Warwick • Marquess that Montagu • lord Cromwell • teacher Humphrey Bourchier||York|
The battle of Tewkesbury Date: 4 may 1471 fight site: about 0.5 miles southern of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
|Leaders in battle: King Edward IV • battle each other of Gloucester • battle each other of Clarence • teacher William Hastings||Leaders in battle: Edward Prince the Wales • fight it out of Somerset Casualties: Edward Prince the Wales • fight it out of Somerset (ex) • Earl of Devon • mr Wenlock • john Beaufort • Sir man Delves • sir Robert Whittinhgham||York|
The fight of Bosworth Date: 22 august 1485 fight site: classic site around 4.5 mile north-west of Hinckley in between the towns of Sutton Cheney and also Shenton, Leicestershire.
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|Leaders in battle: King Richard III • duke of Norfolk • Earl the Northumberland Casualties: King Richard III • battle each other of Norfolk • william Catesby (ex) • sir Richard Radcliffe • sir Richard Brackenbury • sir Robert Percy||Leaders in battle: Henry Tudor • Earl that Richmond • Earl that Oxford • Jasper Tudor • lord Stanley • sir William Stanley Casualties: william Brandon||Lancaster|
The fight of Stoke Date: 16 June 1487 battle site: eastern Stoke 5 miles south-west that Newark, Nottinghamshire.
|Leaders in battle: Earl that Lincoln • martin Schwartz • thomas FitzGerald • Casualties: Earl the Lincoln • boy name Schwartz • cutting board FitzGerald||Leaders in battle: King Henry VII • Earl the Oxford • mr Strange||Lancaster|