ⓘ Charles Dallison

                                     

ⓘ Charles Dallison

Sir Charles Dallison was a gentleman from Lincolnshire who served as an officer in the Royalist army during the English Civil War. He was also a serjeant-at-law, and in 1648 he published an often cited pamphlet justifying his reasons for supporting the Royalist cause.

                                     
  • of England. It was created in February 1644 for Robert Dallison the son of Sir Charles Dallison an officer in the Royalist Army during the Civil War
  • The Dallison was a British cyclecar. Dallison may also refer to: Dallison West Virginia, a community in the United States Dallison baronets, English
  • 800 soldiers taken prisoner. Among the officers captured were Sir Charles Dallison the former Recorder of Lincoln, and Sir Francis Fane. The Parliamentarians
  • was stormed with the use of scaling ladders. Sir Francis Fane, Sir Charles Dallison and 100 other officers and gentlemen, and 800 soldiers were taken
  • to the sale of his estates. His son Henry and brother in law Sir Thomas Dallison were both killed in the Civil War. After the Restoration, he became a farmer
  • Constable 1588 1591 George Carew, 1st Baron Carew 1592 1608 Sir Roger Dallison 1608 1616 Sir Richard Moryson 1616 1625 Sir William Harington 1625 1626
  • in the 1860 Grand National. Charles Watson Townley 1824 1893 second son of Richard and Cecil. Married Georgiana Dallison in 1874. Was Lord Lieutenant
  • William Sandon, Kt 1545: Francis Ayscough, of Kelsey, Kt 1546: William Dallison of Laughton 1546: Andrew Nowell 1547: Edward Dymoke of Scrivelsby 2nd
  • German Crawley Town F.C. Retrieved 1 January 2019. Reds Sign Defender Tom Dallison Crawley Town F.C. Retrieved 8 January 2019. The transfer window has
  • photograph obtained of the battery pictured at right by Lieutenant G W Dallison in 1942 is now part of the War Office Second World War Official Collection