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  1. La dispersión de las fuerzas realistas dio la oportunidad a Thomas Fairfax de atacar a las fuerzas de John Byron en la batalla de Nantwich (25 de enero de 1644) donde consiguió una victoria completa tomando prisioneros a 1.500 soldados irlandeses, con sus oficiales que habían sido reclutados para asistir a Carlos I. Las tropas realistas de John Belasyse ocuparon Selby por lo que Thomas Fairfax se unió con su padre en Ferrybridge en abril de 1644 y avanzaron contra las fuerzas realistas.

  2. Thomas Fairfax, 3.er Lord Fairfax de Cameron, , 17 de enero de 1612 – , 12 de noviembre de 1671), general durante la Revolución Inglesa, hijo de Ferdinando Fairfax, 2 d o {\displaystyle ^{do)) Lord Fairfax de Cameron, el cual también fue general en jefe, y de lady Mary Sheffield, hija de Edmund Sheffield, 3 e r {\displaystyle ^{er)) Lord Sheffield .

  3. Thomas Fairfax was born at Denton Hall, halfway between Ilkley and Otley in the West Riding of Yorkshire, on 17 January 1612, the eldest son of Ferdinando Fairfax, 2nd Lord Fairfax of Cameron (his family title of Lord Fairfax of Cameron was in the peerage of Scotland, then still independent from England, which was why he was able to sit in the English House of Commons after he inherited it).

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  4. Lord Fairfax of Cameron is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. Despite holding a Scottish peerage, the Lords Fairfax of Cameron are members of an ancient Yorkshire family, of which the Fairfax baronets of The Holmes are members of another branch. From 1515 to about 1700 the family lived at Denton Hall. [1] Contents 1 History

  5. Date of Birth - Death October 22, 1693 - December 9, 1781 Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord of Cameron was born on October 22, 1693, in Leeds Castle, Kent, England. As a child, Fairfax succeeded to his title in 1709 at just 16 years of age, after the death of the 5th Lord of Cameron. Fairfax studied at Oxford University’s Oriel College from 1710 to 1713.

  6. Thomas Fairfax, 3.er Lord Fairfax de Cameron, general durante la Revolución Inglesa, hijo de Ferdinando Fairfax, 2{\displaystyle ^{do}} Lord Fairfax de Cam...