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British army officer casualties

1808 to 1814

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Lists of British officers wounded and killed in the Peninsula

Surnames
A-B
Surnames
C-E
Surnames
F-K
Surnames
L-P
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R-Z

Surnames A to B

Major Dudley Ackland
1/57th Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Captain George Herbert Adams
66th Foot, died of wounds at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Captain John Adams
1/ 5th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Lieutenant William Allix
3/95th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Captain William Ambrose
1/50th Foot, died of wounds, 25th July 1813.

Captain Henry Anderson
68th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Lieutenant James Anderson
71st Foot, killed at Aire, 2nd March 1814.

Lieutenant William Anderson
91st Foot, killed in France, date unknown.

Captain Thomas Andrews
1/74th Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant John Angrove
43rd Foot, wounded at Nivelle, 10th November 1813. Died four days later.

Lieutenant John Ansaldo
1/48th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Duncan Arbuthnot
95th Foot, killed in action, 3rd April 1811.

Lieutenant Holt Archer
7th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Henry Arden
1/61st Foot, wounded at Toulouse, 10th April 1814. Died next day.

Lieutenant Matthew Argent,
2/44th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Captain Lawrence Arnot,
2/92nd Foot, wounded in the Pyrenees, 25-28th July 1813. Died of wounds, 13th October 1813.

Lieutenant Thomas Atkins,
45th Foot, killed during the siege of Badajoz, 26th March 1812.

Lieutenant John Ayling,
1/40th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

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Lieutenant Mackay Hugh Baillie,
1/43rd Foot, killed near Bayonne, 23rd November 1813.

Captain James Harrison Baker,
34th Foot, wounded at Toulouse, 10th April 1814. Died next day.

Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Barclay,
52nd Foot, died of wounds, May 1811.

Ensign John Barker,
48th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Thomas Barker,
1/4th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Barlow,
1/61st Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Lieutenant Richard Barton,
1/36th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Volunteer John Bassett,
1/23rd Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813.

Lieutenant George Beard,
2/39th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant John Henry Beaufoy,
killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Ensign Hercules Beere,
1/61st Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Lieutenant Alexander Bell,
1/45th Foot, killed in the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, 19th January 1812.

Captain Henry T. Bellingham,
1/4th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Joseph Bennett,
28th Foot, wounded at Barossa, 5th March 1811, died 7th March.

Ensign Thomas Bennett,
killed in the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Captain Conway Benning,
killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Captain James Bent,
20th Foot, killed at Orthes, 27th February 1813.

Lieutenant John Beresford,
88th Foot, wounded in the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, 19th January 1812. Died 28th January.

Captain John Berwick,
2/44th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Captain Samuel Bevan,
1/92nd Foot, wounded in the Pyrenees, 25th July 1813. Died 21st August.

Captain Francis Bignall,
3/27th Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant Hugh Birchall,
1/50th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 25th July 1813.

Major John Birmingham,
3/27th Foot, wounded at Badajoz, 10th May 1811. Died next day.

Captain Walter Birmingham,
29th Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant John Blachford,
14th Light Dragoons, wounded at Coa. Died of wounds.

Captain Andrew Blackall,
53rd Foot, wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812. Died 28th August.

Captain Andrew Blake,
88th Foot, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Lieutenant John Blake,
16th Light Dragoons, wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811. Died two days later.

Captain Frederick Peter Blassiere,
5/60th Foot, wounded 14th February 1914. Died 22nd February.

Lieutenant John C. Bloomfield,
Royal Artillery, killed at Messina, 29th October 1811

Lieutenant Robert Bloxham,
2/83rd Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Ensign Charles Edward Bolton,
1/5th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Ensign George Bolton,
1/9th Foot, killed at Nive, 10th December 1812.

Captain Robert Dawson Bolton,
18th Light Dragoons, died of wounds, 19th December 1813.

Lieutenant Peter Joseph Bone,
1/36th Foot, died of wounds at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant Charles Booth,
2/52nd Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Major-General Barnard Foord Bowes,
6th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 23rd June 1812.

Ensign Thomas Boyd,
1st Foot, killed in the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Captain Joseph Bradbey,
1/28th Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813. Died of wounds.

Captain Keating James Bradford,
3rd Foot Guards, killed at Rolica, 17th August 1808.

Lieutenant John Bramwell,
43rd Foot, wounded in the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, 19th January 1812. Died 27th January.

Lieutenant Spencer Brett,
Royal Artillery, killed at Seville, 27th August 1812.

Captain Henry Bright,
87th Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant George Brooke,
20th Foot, killed at Vimeiro, 21st August 1808.

Captain W. H. Brooke,
1/48th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Joseph Broomfield,
1/38th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 23rd June 1812.

Captain Richard Robert Browne,
88th Foot, wounded at Talavera, 28th July 1809. died in Portugal 26th July 1810.

Captain William Brownlow,
1/6th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 2nd August 1813.

Captain George Bryan,
Coldstream Guards, wounded at Talavera, 27th July 1809. Died of wounds.

Captain James Buchanan,
3rd Foot Guards, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Ensign John Charles Buckeridge,
Coldstream Guards, killed in the siege of Burgos, 7th October 1812.

Lieutenant Richard Buist,
20th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 25th July 1813.

Lieutenant Ralph Bunbury,
95th Foot, killed at Obidos, 15th August 1808.

Captain James Bunting,
60th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Ensign Wentworth Noel Burgess,
Coldstream Guards, killed during the siege of Burgos, 19th October 1812.

Captain Richard Burke,
3rd Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Ensign Henry Burn,
27th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813.

Ensign Paul Harry Durell Burrard,
1st Foot Guards, wounded at Corunna, 16th January 1809. Died five days later.

Ensign William Burrard,
1st Foot Guards, wounded at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813. Died three days later.

Captain William Burroughs,
Coldstream Guards, wounded at Bayonne, 14th April 1814. Died 12 days later.

Major Richard Bushe,
7th Foot, wounded at Barossa, 5th March 1811. Died of wounds.

Ensign John O'Brien Butler,
32nd Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Ensign Theobald Butler,
87th Foot, wounded at Talavera, 27th July 1809. Died of wounds 24th May 1811.

Ensign Thomas Byrne,
1/28th Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813. Died 30th July.

Surnames
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Surnames
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Surnames
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Source: 'A History of the Peninsula War, Vol. VIII by John Hall.

 

 

 
 
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