Battle of Hexham, marked the end of a Lancastrian resistance in the north of England during early part of the reign of Edward IV in 1464.
Battle of Hedgeley Moor, John Neville, Lord Montagu Yorkist army against Henry Beaufort, Duke of Somerset Lancastrian army in 1464.
Battle of Towton was possibly the largest and bloodiest battle ever fought on English soil, ended with a Yorkist victory in 1461.
Battle of Ferrybridge was a preliminary engagement between the houses of York and Lancaster before the larger Battle of Towton in 1461.
Second Battle of St Albans, Earl of Warwick blocked the road to London, Lancastrians used an outflanking manoeuvre to take Earl of Warwick.
Battle of Mortimer’s Cross fought between Edward, Duke of York, and Lancastrians Sir Owen Tudor, and Earl of Pembroke in 1461.
Lancastrian victory by Duke of Somerset at the Battle of Wakefield that resulted in the death of Richard, Duke of York in 1460.
Lancastrians defeated at the Battle of Northampton, resulting in the capture of King Henry VI by the Earl of Warwick Yorkists army.
Battle of Ludford Bridge, largely bloodless confrontation with some Yorkists defecting to the Lancastrians accepting the Kings pardon in 1459
Earl of Salisbury’s Yorkist army defeated larger Lancastrian army at Battle of Blore Heath, enabling it to join the Duke of York in 1459.