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FIELD OF BATTLE Naseby countryside is well preserved; ON YOUR PIKE A UK re-enactment of Battle of Naseby
1645: The Battle of Naseby took place in which the Parliamentarians defeated the Royalists.
The king was then beheaded after Cromwell defeated him at the battle of Naseby in 1645.
The castle was built in 1626 by Sir Thomas Morgan, and was visited by Charles I, who stayed for four nights after the Battle of Naseby in 1645.
When they left for the Battle of Naseby they set the place ablaze.
1989 The second Battle of Naseby was lost when judges refused to halt the M1-A1link across a field where Cromwell was defeated by Royalists in 1645.
1645 - The Battle of Naseby took place in Northamptonshire during the Civil War.
1645 Cromwell's Roundheads defeated the Royalists at the Battle of Naseby.
Among the future battles to be highlighted by father-and-son team Peter and Dan Snow are the Battle of Hastings (1066); the Spanish Armada (1588); the Battle of Naseby (1645); the Battle of the Boyne (1690); the Battle of Culloden (1746) and, of course, the Battle for Wales (1400-10).
We also see the ruins of Campden House which was set on fire by the Royalists when they left to join the King before the Battle of Naseby in the Civil War.
By the time the engagement took place on August 1, the decisive battle of Naseby in England had already been fought and Charles I was soon to be captured.