Battle of Barnet
Blount, William ( 14 Apr 1471 )
Bourchier, Humphrey ( 14 Apr 1471 ), fighting on the Yorkist side
    Bourchier, Humphrey, 1st and la ( 14 Apr 1471 )
    Bourchier, William, Viscount Bo ( 14 Apr 1471 ), fighting on the Yorkist side
Courtenay, John, 7th Earl of De ( 14 Apr 1471 ), after which all of his honours were again forfeited
    Hastinges, William, 1st Lord Ha ( 14 Apr 1471 )
    Howard, Thomas, 2nd Duke of Nor ( 14 Apr 1471 )
    Neville, John, 1st and last Mar ( 14 Apr 1471 )
    Neville, Richard, 16th Earl of ( 14 Apr 1471 )
    Plantagenet, George, 1st Duke o ( 14 Apr 1471 ), assisting in the King's victory
    Vere, George
    Vere, John, 13th Earl of Oxford, after which he fled abroad
    Count equals 12 individuals.

Battle of Barnet Field
Harleston, Robert ( 14 Apr 1471 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Blore Heath
Egerton, John, on the Lancastrian side
    Neville, John, 1st and last Mar ( 23 Sep 1459 ), where he took part in the Yorkist victory, but was still captured by the Lancastrians
Tuchet, James, 5th Lord Audley ( 23 Sep 1459 ), where he raised 10,000 men on behalf of King Kenry VI, against the Yorkists
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Bosworth
Babington, John ( 1485 )
Bagot, Richard ( 1485 )
    Bray, Reynold ( 1485 )
    Cheyne, John, 1st and last Lord ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Courtenay, Edward, 1st and last ( 1485 )
Devereux, Walter, 1st Lord Ferr ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Digby, Simon, for the Lancastrians
    Edgcombe, Richard ( 1485 )
    Howard, John, 1st Duke of Norfo ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Hungerford, Walter ( 1485 )
Moleyns, William ( 8 Jun 1425 )
Mortimer, Robert ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Percy, Henry, 3rd Earl of North ( 22 Aug 1485 ), where he betrayed King Richard III - he held back one wing of King Richard's army, and after he was captured by 2nd Earl of Richmond, was quickly released and had his northern appointemnts restored
Plantagenet, Richard III, King ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Poyntz, Robert ( 1485 )
    Stanley, Thomas, 1st Earl of De ( 22 Aug 1485 ), where he allegedely betrayed King Rinchard III at a decisive moment
    Stanley, William ( 22 Aug 1485 ), where he played a decisive role in King Henry VII's victory
    Stonor, William ( 1485 ), fat King Henry VII's side
    Stuart, Bernard, 3rd Seigneur d ( 22 Aug 1485 ), where he commanded the French contingent
    Tudor, Henry VII, King of Engla ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Vere, John, 13th Earl of Oxford
    Wake, Roger ( 1485 ), for Richard III, hence was attainted and his lands forfeited, although some manors were later restored him
    Wingfield, Thomas ( 1485 )
    Zouche, John, 7th Lord Zouche ( ( 1485 ), captured by King Henry VII
    Count equals 24 individuals.

Battle of Bosworth Field
    Brandon, William ( 22 Aug 1485 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Edgecote
    Woodville, John ( 12 Aug 1469 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Hedgeley Moor
Percy, Ralph ( 25 Apr 1464 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Hedgeley Moor, Northumberland
    Neville, John, 1st and last Mar ( 25 Apr 1464 ), where he lead the Yorkists to victory, and made possible a 15 year truce with the Scots (preventing the Lancastrians from operating north of the border)
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Hexham
    Hungerford, Robert, 3rd Lord Hu ( 15 May 1464 ), where he was captured
    Neville, John, 1st and last Mar ( 25 May 1464 ), where he finally destroyed the Lancastrians in the North at that stage of the War of the Roses
    Wentworth, Philip ( 14 May 1464 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Mortimer's Cross
    Butler, James, 5th Earl of Ormo ( Feb 1461 )
    Croft, Richard ( 1461 ), with the Yorkists, the battle being fought on his own estate
    Grey, Reynold, 7th Lord Grey (o ( 3 Feb 1460 ), for King Edward IV
    Mansel, Philip ( 1461 ), against Edward, Earl of March
    Plantagenet, Edward IV, King of ( 2 Feb 1461 ), where he utterly defeated Earls of Pembroke and Wiltshire
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Battle of Northampton
Beaumont, John, 1st Viscount Be ( 10 Jul 1460 ), under the Lancastrian banner
    Bertram, Roger ( 3 Apr 1264 ), where he sided with the Barons against the King,was taken prisoner, and realeased soon after
    Brooke, Edward, 6th Lord Cobham ( 10 Jul 1460 )
Fiennes, William, 2nd Lord Saye ( 1460 ), for the Yorkists
    Grey, Edmund, 1st Earl of Kent ( 10 Jul 1460 ), where he switched sides, thus probably being the chief cause of the Yorkist victory
Lucy, William ( 10 Jul 1460 )
    Mansel, Thomas ( 1264 ), where he was wounded and taken prisoner
    Mansel, Thomas ( 1264 ), where he was wounded and captured
    Neville, Richard, 16th Earl of ( 10 Jul 1460 ), where he lead the Yorkists to victory
    Neville, William, 1st and last ( 10 Jul 1460 ), where he lead the advance detachment of the Yorkist army
    Percy, Thomas, 1st Baron Egremo ( 10 Jul 1460 )
Stafford, Humphrey, 1st Duke of ( 10 Jul 1460 ), on the Lancastrian side
Talbot, Christopher ( 10 Jul 1460 )
    Count equals 13 individuals.

Battle of Shrewsbury
Blount, Walter ( 21 Jul 1403 )
Cokayne, Edmund ( 1403 )
Percy, Henry, 1st Earl of North ( 1403 )
    Percy, Henry, Lord Percy ( 21 Jul 1403 )
Shirley, Hugh ( 1403 ), being one of those who were dressed as the King and mistaken for him by the enemy
Stafford, Edmund, 5th Earl of S ( 21 Jul 1403 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Battle of Shrewsburyl
    Dunbar, George, 9th Earl of Dun ( 1403 ), with the English against Harry Hotspur, now in rebellion
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of St. Albans
    Brooke, Edward, 6th Lord Cobham ( 23 May 1455 ), for the Yorkists
Cotton, William ( 22 May 1455 )
    Grey, Henry, 4th Lord Grey (of ( Feb 1461 ), on the Lancastrian side
    Vere, Robert ( 1455 )
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Tewkesbury
Beaufort, John, Earl of Dorset ( 4 May 1471 )
    Butler, Thomas, 7th Earl of Orm ( 4 May 1471 ), where he was captured by the Yorkists
    Courtenay, Hugh ( 4 May 1471 )
    Courtenay, John, 7th Earl of De ( 4 May 1471 )
    Croft, Richard ( 1471 ), where he captured Prince Edward, son of King Henry VI, but was not responsible for the Prince's murder
Feilding, William ( 4 May 1471 ), as a Lancastrian
Lewkenor, John ( 4 May 1471 )
    Mansel, Philip ( 1471 ), where he was captured
Plantagenet, Edward, Prince of ( 4 May 1471 )
Tuchet, Humphrey ( 4 May 1471 )
    Wodehouse, Edward ( 1471 ), where he was knighted
    Count equals 11 individuals.

Battle of Towton
    Beaumont, John ( 29 Mar 1461 )
    Beaumont, William, 2nd Viscount ( 29 Mar 1461 ), where he fought for the Lancastrians, and was taken prisoner
    Bigod, John ( 29 Mar 1461 )
Bigod, Ralph ( 29 Mar 1461 )
    Butler, James, 5th Earl of Ormo ( Mar 1461 ), where he fled the field, and was captured at Cockermouth
    Clifford, John, 9th Lord Cliffo ( 28 Mar 1461 ), killed on the eve of this battle
    Courtenay, Thomas, 6th Earl of ( 29 Mar 1461 )
Dacre, Ralph, 1st Lord Dacre (o ( 29 Mar 1461 ), on the Lancastrian side
Digby, Everard ( 1460 ), on the Lancastrian side
    Hastinges, William, 1st Lord Ha ( 29 Mar 1461 ), as a Yorkist
    Hotham, John ( 1461 )
    Howard, John, 1st Duke of Norfo ( 29 Mar 1461 )
    Hungerford, Robert, 3rd Lord Hu ( 1461 ), for King Henry VI
Mitford, John ( 29 Mar 1461 )
    Mowbray, John, 3rd Duke of Norf ( 29 Mar 1461 )
Neville, John, 1st Lord Neville ( 29 Mar 1461 ), fighting for the Lacastrians
Neville, Richard, 16th Earl of ( 29 Mar 1461 ), where he commanded the central block of the Yorkist army
    Neville, William, 1st and last ( 29 Mar 1461 ), where he again lead the advance detachment of the Yorkist army
    Percy, Henry, 2nd Earl of North ( 29 Mar 1461 )
Percy, Richard ( 29 Mar 1461 )
Plumpton, William ( 29 Mar 1461 )
Welles, Lionel, 6th Baron Welle ( 29 Mar 1461 )
    Count equals 22 individuals.

Battle of Towton Field
    Waldegrave, Thomas ( 20 Mar 1461 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Wakefield
Bonville, William ( 31 Dec 1460 )
    Bonville, William, 6th Lord Har ( 31 Dec 1460 )
    Butler, James, 5th Earl of Ormo ( 1460 )
    Clifford, John, 9th Lord Cliffo, for the Lancastrians
    Harington, John ( 1460 ), as a Yorkist
    Neville, Thomas ( 30 Dec 1460 )
Percy, Henry, 2nd Earl of North ( 30 Dec 1460 )
Plantagenet, Edmund, Earl of Ru ( 30 Dec 1460 )
    Plantagenet, Richard, 3rd Duke ( 30 Dec 1460 ), where he met Queen Margaret and the Lancastrians, and his army was routed
    Ros, Thomas, 9th Lord de Ros of ( 1460 )
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Battle of Wakefield|where he was beaten by Parliamentar
    Goring, George, Lord Goring ( May 1643 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Batttle of Bosworth
Brabazon, John ( 1485 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

First Battle of St. Albans
Beaufort, Edmund, 1st Duke of S ( 22 May 1455 ), on the Lancastrian side
    Butler, James, 5th Earl of Ormo ( 1455 )
    Clifford, Thomas, 8th Lord Clif ( 22 May 1455 )
    Neville, Richard, 16th Earl of ( 22 May 1455 ), commander of the Yorks
    Neville, Richard, 5th Earl of S ( 22 May 1455 )
    Percy, Henry, 1st Earl of North ( 22 May 1455 )
    Plantagenet, Edward IV, King of ( 22 May 1455 )
Plantagenet, Richard, 3rd Duke ( 22 May 1455 ), where York defeated his rival, Somerset, and the King was taken prisoner
    Ros, Thomas, 9th Lord de Ros of ( 1455 ), with the Lancastrians
Stafford, Humphrey, Earl of Sta ( 22 May 1455 ), on the Lancastrian side, where he was wounded
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Second Battle of St. Albans
    Bonville, William, 1st Lord Bon ( 17 Feb 1461 ), on the side of the Yorks, and was captured
    Fitzalan, William, 9th/16th Ear ( 17 Feb 1461 ), where he fought with the Yorkists
    Grey, John ( 17 Feb 1461 )
    Neville, John, 1st and last Mar ( 17 Feb 1461 ), where he was again captured by the Lancastrians
    Neville, Richard, 16th Earl of ( 17 Feb 1461 ), where he lead the Yorkists to defeat
    Ros, Thomas, 9th Lord de Ros of ( Feb 1461 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

War of the Roses
    Herbert, William, 1st Earl of P
    Lovel, John, 8th Lord Lovel (of, as a Lancastrian
    Mansel, Philip, as a Lancastrian
    Mowbray, John, 4th Duke of Norf, as a Yorkist
    Pernell, James, as a Yorkist
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Wars of the Roses
    Devereux, Walter, as a Yorkist
    Maunsell, John
Maunsell, Leonard
    Count equals 3 individuals.

march of the Lancastrian forces towards Shrewsbury
    Neville, John, 1st Lord Neville ( Jan 1461 )
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 147 individuals.


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