The English Civil War is remembered most for three major battles – the Battle of Edgehill, the Battle of Marston Moor and the Battle of Naseby. However, a large number of other battles occurred that are frequently overlooked.

1642

September 23rd: Battle of Powick Bridge.

October 23rd: Battle of Edgehill

1643

January 19th: the Battle of Braddock Down

March 19th: the Battle of Hopton Heath

March 30th: Battle of Seacroft Moor

April 13th: Battle of Ripple Field

April 25th: Battle of Sourton Down

May 16th: Battle of Stratton

June 30th: Battle of Adwalton Moor

July 5th: Battle of Roundway Down

September 20th: First Battle of Newbury

1644

January 25th: Battle of Nantwich

March 29th: Battle of Cheriton

June 29th: Battle of Cropredy Bridge

July 2nd: Battle of Marston Moor

August 21st: Battle of Beacon Hill

August 31st: Battle of Castle Dore

September 1st: Battle of Tippermuir

September 13th: Battle of Aberdeen

October 27th: Second Battle of Newbury

1645

May 9th: Battle of Auldearn

June 14th: Battle of Naseby

July 2nd: Battle of Alford

July 10th: Battle of Langport

August 15th: Battle of Kilsyth

September 13th: Battle of Philiphaugh

September 24th: Battle of Rowton Heath

1646

February 16th: Battle of Torrington

May 5th: Charles surrendered to the Scots

1648

August 17th: Battle of Preston (lasted until August 19th)