1645 in England
Events from the year 1645 in the Kingdom of England.
Monarch - Charles I
Vyvyan baronets
The Vyvyan Baronetcy of Trelowarren, Cornwall is a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 12 February 1645 for Richard Vyvyan, a member of Parliament for Penrhyn, Tregony and St Mawes a...
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Siege of Bristol (1645)
The second siege of Bristol of the English Civil War lasted from 23 August 1645 until 10 September 1645, when the Royalist commander Prince Rupert surrendered the city he had captured from the Parliam...
Battle of Naseby
The Battle of Naseby was the decisive battle of the first English Civil War. On 14 June 1645, near the village of Naseby in Northamptonshire, the main army of King Charles I was destroyed by the Parli...
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Cheam School
Cheam School is a co-educational preparatory school in Headley, in the civil parish of Ashford Hill with Headley in the English county of Hampshire. It was founded in 1645 by the Reverend George Aldri...
Siege of Oxford
The Siege of Oxford refers to the English Civil War military campaigns waged to besiege the Royalist controlled city of Oxford, involving three short engagements over twenty-five months, which ended w...
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Siege of Carlisle (1645)
2°56′02″W / 54.895°N 2.934°W / 54.895; -2.934After the storming of Newcastle in October 1644, General Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven returned with part of the Scottish ar...
Siege of Chester
The Siege of Chester was a siege of the First English Civil War, between February 1645 and January 1646, with an intermission during the summer of 1645.From the beginning of the war, the city of Chest...
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Oxford Parliament (1644)
The Oxford Parliament (also known as the King's Oxford Parliament or Mongrel Parliament) was the Parliament assembled by King Charles I for the first time 22 January 1644 and adjourned for the last t...
Boreel baronets
The Boreel, later Boreel Baronetcy, of Amsterdam in Holland, is a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 21 March 1645 for William Boreel. He was Dutch Ambassador to England, Sweden and...
Treaty of Uxbridge
The Treaty of Uxbridge of early 1645 was a significant but abortive negotiation to try to end the First English Civil War.
Parliament drew up 27 articles in November 1644 and presented them to Cha...
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Battle of Rowton Heath
The Battle of Rowton Heath, also known as the Battle of Rowton Moor, occurred on 24 September 1645 during the English Civil War. Fought by the Parliamentarians, commanded by Sydnam Poyntz, and the Roy...
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Bury St. Edmunds witch trials
The Bury St Edmunds witch trials were a series of trials conducted intermittently between the years 1599 and 1694 in the town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, England.Two specific trials in 1645 and 166...
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Crabchurch Conspiracy
In 1645, several royalist plotters within the twin towns of Weymouth and Melcombe on the Dorset coast conspired to deliver the ports back into the control of King Charles 1. It has been suggested tha...
Crown and Treaty
The Crown and Treaty is a pub in Uxbridge, London, England, where Charles I and his Parliamentary opponents during the English Civil War held negotiations (the Treaty of Uxbridge) between 30 January a...
Siege of Taunton
The sieges of Taunton were a series of three blockades during the First English Civil War. Taunton, in Somerset, was considered to be of strategic importance because it controlled the main road from B...
Naseby order of battle
The following units and commanders fought in the Battle of Naseby during the First English Civil War.
(6000 Horse, 1,000 Dragoons, 7,000 Foot, 11 guns)
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New Model Army
The New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. It differed from other armies in the series of civil...
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Self-denying Ordinance
The Self-denying Ordinance was passed by the Long Parliament of England on 3 April 1645. Under its terms all members of the Long Parliament who were also officers in the Parliamentary army or navy wer...
Battle of Langport
The Battle of Langport was a Parliamentarian victory late in the First English Civil War which destroyed the last Royalist field army and gave Parliament control of the West of England, which had hith...
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Great Siege of Scarborough Castle
The Great Siege of Scarborough Castle was a major conflict for control of one of England's most important stone fortresses during the English Civil War (1642–1651), fought between the Roundheads or P...
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