Sir Charles Gerard’s Regiment of Horse
|Active||1643 to 1646|
|Conflicts||First Civil War|
|Colonel||Sir Charles Gerard|
|Flag Design||See below|
Royalist regiment of horse serving in the Oxford Army and in Wales during the First Civil War.
- January: Defence of Brill
- April: Battle of Ripple Field??
- June: Skirmish at Oddington
- July: Storm of Bristol
- September: Battle of Aldbourne Chase
- September: First Battle of Newbury
- October: Skirmish at Andover
- October: Taking of Winchester
- March: Battle of Newark
- April: Siege of Kidwelly Castle
- June: Taking of Cardiff?
- June: Storm of Carmarthen
- June: Storm of Cardigan
- June: Taking of Newcastle Emlyn
- June: Taking of Laugharne Castle
- July: Taking of Roch Castle
- July: Skirmish at Haverfordwest
- July: Siege of Pembroke
- November: Relief of Donnington Castle
- March: Skirmish at Llanidloes?
- April: Battle of Newcastle Emlyn
- April: Taking of Haverfordwest
- April: Taking of Cardigan
- August: Storm of Huntingdon
- September: Battle of Rowton Heath
- November: Battle of Denbigh Green
- November to February 1646: Besieged at Belvoir Castle??
- November: Skirmish at Pembridge
Gerard's cornet was noted as red with a sphere and the motto 'at all that's round' presumably indicating his opposition to roundheads. Illustration 1 above is an artist's interpretation based on the written description.