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The BattleofLangport. by Ellen Castelow. In 1645 during the latter stages of the First English Civil War, a Royalist army under the command of General George Goring was attempting a tactical withdrawal from Langport to the safety of Bridgwater.

The BattleofLangport was fought near the small town ofLangport, not far from Yeovil in Somerset, on 10 July 1645. It was one of the battlesof the First English Civil War. The BattleofLangport was important, since the Royalist defeat gave the Parliamentarians control over the West of England...

The Sealed Knot is an educational charity dedicated to commemorating our history by re-enacting battlesof the English Civil War. In 1995 they re-enacted the BattleofLangport, to mark its 350th anniversary. We have recently been in contact with Mick Parker, a dedicated Sealed Knotter, who has...

Battle towards the end of the First Civil War. George Goring, in charge of Charles I's Western army

Langport, battleof, 1645. After his defeat at Naseby in June 1645, Charles had few resources left in England.

BattleofLangport 10th July 1645. The New Model Army approached the small town ofLangport from the east. It was a key bridging point where the major road from Somerton passed between two large areas of wet moorland. This was a logical place for the royalists to make a stand, or at least to try to...

The BattleofLangport was fought on the 10th July 1645 and was one of the last major engagements of the first or great English Civil War 1642-1646.

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The BattleofLangport (English BattleofLangport ) in the English Civil War was a victory of the Parliament troops who defeated the last remaining

BattleOfLangport - Results ... Fairfax captured the town of Bridgwater on 23 July and stormed the city of Bristol on 10 September, depriving the Royalists of their major manufacturing centre ... King Charles had appointed Prince Rupert as governor, but he considered that Rupert had surrendered prematurely...

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Chair, Langport & District History Society; Kelways Official Historian; parliamentary consultant, gardener & quiltmaker.

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The BattleofLangport was a Parliamentarian victory late in the English Civil War, which destroyed the last Royalist field army, and ultimately gave Parliament control of the West of England, which had hitherto been a major source of manpower, raw materials and imports for the Royalists.

History [ edit ]. Langport (old forms are "Langeberga" and "Langeport") consists of two parts, one on the hill and one by the river.

Langport, battleof (1645). in A Dictionary of British History (1 rev) Length: 73 words.

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Current and Historic information for Site of the BattleofLangport 1645, a Battlefield Site in Huish Episcopi, England.

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Infobox Military Conflict conflict=BattleofLangport caption= partof=English Civil War date=July 10, 1645 place=Langport, near Yeovil, Somerset result=Parliamentarian victory combatant1=Parliamentarians combatant2=Royalists commander1=Sir Thomas.

The BattleofLangport 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

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Introductory game for the English Civil War series by TCS Games, it is a small print & play wargame on this minor battle from the English Civil War, more a

The Battleof Britain was the first serious setback experienced by the Germans during the Second World War. This in itself was significant at a time when the German military forces seemed to be unstoppable, and it gave hope to conquered Europeans. But the long-term significance was even...

The Battleof Naseby was fought on June 14, 1645, and was a key engagement of the English Civil War. Learn more about it here.

Infobox Military Conflict conflict=BattleofLangport caption= partof=English Civil War date=July 10, 1645 place=Langport, near Yeovil, Somerset result=Parliamentarian victory combatant1=Parliamentarians combatant2

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