The Battle of Seacroft Moor, on 30 March 1643, was a decisive loss for the Parliamentary forces during the First English Civil War. It took place near Seacroft, north east of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The battle reportedly turned the Cock Beck, which ran through the battlefield, red with the casualties' blood for several days.

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  • The Battle of Seacroft Moor, on 30 March 1643, was a decisive loss for the Parliamentary forces during the First English Civil War. It took place near Seacroft, north east of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The battle reportedly turned the Cock Beck, which ran through the battlefield, red with the casualties' blood for several days. (en)
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  • Some musketeers, around 3 troops of horse, but mainly local Clubmen (en)
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  • The Battle of Seacroft Moor, on 30 March 1643, was a decisive loss for the Parliamentary forces during the First English Civil War. It took place near Seacroft, north east of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The battle reportedly turned the Cock Beck, which ran through the battlefield, red with the casualties' blood for several days. (en)
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