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Biography of Charles Gerard

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1618 - Charles Gerard, 1st Earl of Macclesfield, eldest son of Sir Charles Gerard, was a member of an old Lancashire family, his great-grandfather having been Sir Gilbert Gerard of Ince, in that county, one of the most distinguished judges in the reign of Elizabeth I. His mother was Penelope Fitton of Gawsworth, Cheshire.

1644 - Commanded a brigade with distinction at Edgehill, and gained further honors at the first battle of Newbury and at Newark, for which service Charles Gerard was appointed to the chief command in South Wales. 1644 - 1645 - His operations were completely successful in reducing the Parliamentarians to subjection.

1645 - The severity with which Charles Gerard ravaged the country made him personally so unpopular that when, after the defeat at Naseby in June.

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