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British army officer casualties 3

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
Surnames
R-Z

Surnames F to K

Lieutenant Edward Fairtlough,
5th Foot, killed in the siege of Badajoz, 24th March 1812.

Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Fane,
2/59th Foot, died of wounds at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Lieutenant George A. S. Fane,
59th Foot, killed in the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Lieutenant Donald Farquharson,
1/42nd Foot, died of wounds at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Captain Samuel Favell,
61st Foot, died of wounds at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Ensign William Anthony Favell,
1/61st Foot, wounded at Toulouse, 10th April 1814. Died 24th July.

Captain Ralph Fawcett,
57th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Jones Fawson,
4th Foot, killed storming San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Captain Peter Fearon,
31st Foot, wounded 15th February 1814. died next day.

Lieutenant Joseph Fenwick,
3rd Foot, killed at Obidos, 10th December 1810.

Captain Dugald Ferguson,
2/95th Foot, wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812. Died 16th August.

Captain Andrew Fernie,
1/7th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813.

Lieutenant Jones Ferris,
2/83rd Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811.

Ensign Frederick Finucane,
1/68th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

2nd Lieutenant Walter Firman,
3/95th Foot, injured at Salamanca, 13th November 1812. Died two days later.

Ensign Robert Uniacke Fitzgerald,
32nd Foot, killed at the siege of the Forts at Salamanca, 25-27th June 1812.

Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Fletcher,
Royal Engineers, killed storming San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Lieutenant Francis Flood,
1/88th Foot, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809
.

Ensign George Folliett,
1/43rd Foot, died of wounds at San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Forbes,
1/45th Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Captain Alexander Fordyce,
81st Foot, killed at Talavera, 27th July 1809.

Lieutenant William Forester,
Royal Engineers, died of wounds at the siege of Badajoz, 6-11th June 1811.

Cornet W. H. Foster,
18th Light Dragoons, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813. Died of wounds.

Captain John Fothergill,
2/59th Foot, wounded at San Sebastian, 31st August 1813. died 1st September.

Lieutenant Robert J. Fowler,
7th Foot, killed storming Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Arthur Fox,
3rd Dragoon Guards, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Charles James Fox,
66th Foot, killed at Busaco, 27th September 1810.

Lieutenant Humphrey Fox,
1/71st Foot, wounded and died at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Ensign Alexander Fraser,
1/52nd Foot, wounded at the Bidassoa, 7-9th October 1813. died at Beara, 20th October.

Lieutenant Archibald Fraser,
1/79th Foot, wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811. Died in Portugal, 15th September 1811.

Lieutenant Erskine Alexander Fraser,
1/9th Foot, killed storming San Sebastian, 31st August 1813

Lieutenant James Baillie Fraser,
1/7th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813.

Lieutenant John Fraser,
1/4th Foot, wounded at Nive, 9th December 1813. Died of wounds
.

Major Thomas Fraser,
3/1st Foot, killed at the siege of San Sebastian, 25th July 1813
.

Ensign Edward Freer,
1/43rd Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Lieutenant George Fraser Freeze,
2/59th Foot, wounded storming San Sebastian, 31st August 1813. Died 5th September.

Captain William Fry French,
wounded storming Badajoz, 6th April 1812. Died 12th April.

Captain George Fry,
2/83rd Foot, killed storming Badajoz, 6th April 1812
.

Ensign Edward Furnace,
29th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Captain William Furnace,
1/61st Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

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Captain Arthur Gale,
28th Foot, died of wounds, 17th February 1814.

Ensign Anthony Galway,
40th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813.

Captain Daniel Gardiner,
43rd Foot, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Captain Samuel Gauntlett,
29th Foot, died of wounds received at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Lieutenant Frederick Geale,
13th Light Dragoons, killed at Geta, France, 27th February 1814.

Captain Henry Geary,
Royal Artillery, killed at Rolica, 17th August 1808.

Captain George Gibbons,
34th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Captain George Gibbons,
95th Foot, died of wounds during the crossing of the Bidassosa, 7th October 1813.

Lieutenant Theophilus Gifford,
52nd Foot, killed at Cazal Novo, 14th March 1811.

Lieutenant George Henry Glover,
1st Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813, died of wounds, 28th June 1813.

Ensign Golland,
45th Foot, killed at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Gordon,
83rd Foot, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Captain Charles John Gordon,
10th Light Dragoons, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant Philip Gordon,
27th Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813, died of wounds, 28th August 1813.

Lieutenant Stephen Gordon,
28th Foot, killed in action, 18th March 1814.

Lieutenant William Gordon,
42nd Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Lieutenant Hugh Gough,
27th Foot, killed at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

Ensign Walter Grady,
87th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Lieutenant William Graham,
71st Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811.

Lieutenant Alexander Grant,
74th Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. Died of wounds, 10th April 1812.

Lieutenant Hugh Grant,
79th Foot, wounded at the storming of Fort St. Michael, Burgos, 19th September, died of wounds, 20th September 1812.

Captain Lewis Grant,
71st Foot, wounded at the storming of Fort Napoleon, Almaraz, 19th May 1812. Died of wounds, 20th May 1812.

Major George Gray,
30th Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. Died 7th April 1812.

Lieutenant John Graydon,
88th Foot, killed at Talavera, 27th July 1809.

Lieutenant James Greenshiels,
40th Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Dugald Gregorson,
42nd Foot, killed at the storming of Fort St. Michael, Burgos, 19th September.

Ensign Thomas Griffin,
81st Foot, wounded at Corunna, died in the Naval Hospital, Plymouth, March 1809.

Captain Francis Gualey,
11th Foot, died of wounds at Toulouse, 10th April 1814.

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Ensign Isaac Hackett,
83rd Foot, wounded at the siege of Badajoz, 26th March 1812. Died 29th March 1812.

Ensign Charles Hall,
38th Foot, died of wounds at Plymouth, 27th January 1809.

Captain Henry G. Hall,
71st Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

2nd Lieutenant Revis Hall,
23rd Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Richard Hall,
47th Foot, killed at Tarifa, 31st December 1811.

Captain George Hamilton,
Royal Engineers, wounded at Oporto, 12th May 1809. Died at Lisbon, 20th May 1809.

Lieutenant Henry Stewart Hamilton,
74th Foot, wounded at Toulouse, 10th April 1814. Died 16th April 1814.

Lieutenant John Hamilton,
60th Foot, died of wounds at Bayonne, 14th April 1814.

Captain William A. Hamilton,
3rd Foot, wounded at Nive, 13th December 1813. Died 29th December 1813.

Cornet Abel Hammond,
12th Light Dragoons, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Ensign Thomas Hardy Hanmer,
killed, January 1810.

Captain William Hanson,
20th Light Dragoons, killed at the Heights of Ordal, near Villa Franca, 13th September 1813.

Lieutenant Frederick Harding,
killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Ensign James Hardy,
31st Foot, wounded at Nive, 13th December 1813. Died 5th January 1814.

Captain Robert Hardyman,
45th Foot, killed in the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, 19th January 1812.

Lieutenant John Harley,
47th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

Lieutenant John Mellish Harrison,
38th Foot, killed at Nive, 9th December 1813.

Lieutenant Augustus Harvest,
52nd Foot, killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Lieutenant Horatio Harvest,
43rd Foot, killed in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Captain Edward Harvey,
Coldstream Guards, killed at the siege of Burgos, 18th October 1812.

Major William Maundy Harvey,
79th Foot, wounded at Badajoz, 6th April 1812. Died at sea, 10th June 1813.

Lieutenant Edmund Hawker,
Royal Artillery, killed in the siege of Badajoz, 30th May to 5th June 1811.

Lieutenant Rutherford Hawksley,
95th Foot, wounded at Ciudad Rodrigo, 8th January 1812. Died 11th January 1812.

Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Hay,
1st Foot, killed at Bayonne, 14th April 1814.

Captain George Hay,
1st Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813, died 24th June 1813.

Lieutenant Daniel James Hemns,
61st Foot, killed, 28th July 1809.

Lieutenant Charles Henderson,
71st Foot, killed at the Nive, 13th December 1813.

Captain John Henderson,
42nd Foot, wounded at Toulouse, 10th April 1814. Died 8th July 1814.

Lieutenant Leigh Heppenstall,
88th Foot, wounded, 12th March 1811, died 15th March 1811.

Lieutenant Arthur Herbert,
3rd Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Captain Henry Herrick,
45th Foot, killed at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Captain William Hicks,
39th Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813, died 3rd July 1813.

Lieutenant Thomas Higgins,
5th Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813, died 15th July 1813.

Lieutenant George Hill,
47th Foot, killed at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.

2nd Lieutenant John Hill,
95th Rifles, killed at the crossing of the Bidassoa, 7th October 1813.

Ensign William Hill,
3rd Portuguese Line, killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Ensign Morgan Hilliard,
87th Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813

Captain Paul Minchin Hobart,
36th Foot, wounded near Salamanca, June 1812. Died 1st September 1812.

Lieutenant Samuel Meade Hobson,
58th Foot, killed at the siege of Burgos, 8th October 1812.

Captain William Arthur Hodges,
47th Foot, killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Lieutenant Augustus Theodore Hodgson,
43rd Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. Died 8th April 1812.

Captain William R. Hoey,
99th Foot, wounded near Busaco, 25th September 1810. Died by 1811.

Captain William Hogan,
88th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Lieutenant George Hogg,
85th Foot, killed at the siege of Badajoz, 10th June 1811.

Major-General Daniel Hoghton,
8th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Francis Ralph Thomas Holbourne,
3rd Foot Guards, wounded near Bayonne, 14th April 1814. Died 23rd April 1814.

Lieutenant Samuel Holmes,
85th Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811.

Lieutenant Colonel Francis Wheler Hood,
3rd Foot Guards, killed at Aire, 2nd March 1814.

Lieutenant Henry Lewis Hopkins,
5th Foot, killed at Orthes, 27th February 1814.

Lieutenant William Hopper,
38th Foot, wounded at the siege of San Sebastian, died, 25th July 1813.

Lieutenant John Hopwood,
95th Foot, killed at the Nive, 10th December 1813.

Captain P.B. Posthumus Horton,
61st Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Lieutenant William Houston,
71st Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811.

Lieutenant Tarleton Hovenden,
95th Rifles, killed at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Lieutenant Colonel Edward Hull,
43rd Foot, killed at Coa, 24th July 1810.

Lieutenant Philip Humbly,
66th Foot, wounded at Talavera, 28th July 1809. died September 1809.

Captain John Humphrey,
29th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant Richard Hunt,
Royal Engineers, killed during the siege of Badajoz, 6th-11th June 1811.

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Captain William Imlach,
79th Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 3rd May 1811.

Lieutenant Gordon C. Innes,
94th Foot, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812.

Lieutenant John W. Innes,
42nd Foot, killed at Orthes, 27th January 1814.

Lieutenant Edward Methuen Irby,
3rd Foot Guards, killed at Talavera, 18th July 1809.

Aged 22. Son of Lord Boston.

Lieutenant Edmund Kelly Ireland,
24th Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 3rd May 1811.

Son of R. Ireland, of co. Mayo.

Lieutenant Edward Irwin,
7th Foot, wounded at Albuera, 16th May 1811. Died 27th May 1811.

Lieutenant Henry Bury Irwin,
68th Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Captain Christopher Thomas Irwine,
88th Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811.

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Captain Francis James,
81st Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. died, 14th April 1812.

Captain Henry James,
61st Foot, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Lieutenant John Putland Jameson,
4th Foot, killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Captain John Jenkins,
95th Foot, wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813. Died 17th July 1813

Captain John Jermyn,
57th Foot, wounded at Albuera, 16th May 1811. Died 23rd May 1811.

Lieutenant Samuel Beresford Jermyn,
57th Foot, killed at Orthes, 27th February 1814.

Ensign Humphrey Jervis,
84th Foot, wounded at the Nive, 9th December 1813. Died at Bidart, 11th December 1813.

Captain Francis B. Jervoise,
44th Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. Died at Seville, 25th August 1812.

Lieutenant Henry Johnson,
88th Foot, killed at Busaco, 27th September 1810.

Lieutenant Hugh Johnson,
74th Foot, killed at Fuentes de Onoro, 3rd May 1811.

Captain James Johnson,
28th Foot, killed at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Captain William Yates Johnson, 84th Foot, killed at the Nive, 11th December 1813.

Ensign Arthur Johnston,
68th Foot, killed at Nivelle,
10th November 1813.

Lieutenant Stephen B. Johnston,
7th Foot, wounded at Albuera, 16th May 1811, died 17th May 1811.

Ensign William Johnston,
57th Foot, killed at the Nive, 13th December 1813.

Ensign Edward Johnstone,
40th Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812, died 11th April 1812.

Lieutenant George Johnstone,
88th Foot, killed at the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, 26th March 1812.

Major Thomas Johnstone,
27th Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Lieutenant Henry Ireson Jones,
7th Foot, wounded at Albuera, 16th May 1811, died at Elvas, 7th August 1811.

Ensign John Fitzwilliam Jones,
45th Foot, wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812, died 18th June 1812.

Captain Thomas Jones,
27th Foot, killed at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

Captain William Jones,
52nd Foot, killed at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812.

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Ensign Donald John Kearns,
71st Foot, wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 3rd May 1811. Died 9th May 1811.

Ensign Christopher Kellett,
61st Foot, killed at Nivelle,10th November 1813.

Major Robert Kelly,
47th Foot, killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Volunteer George Kennion,
27th Foot, killed at the storming of San Sebastian, 31st August 1813.

Captain Courtney Crowe Kenny,
9th Foot, wounded at the siege of Burgos, 20-26th September 1812. Died 30th September 1812.

Captain Charles Kilshaw,
77th Foot, killed at Orthes, 27th February 1814.

Ensign Francis King,
29th Foot, killed at Albuera, 16th May 1811.

Lieutenant John King,
23rd Light Dragoons, killed at Talavera, 28th July 1809.

Lieutenant Samuel Dikes King,
13th Light Dragoons, killed by accident near Badajoz, 21st November 1811.

Captain George Kirby,
57th Foot, wounded at Albuera, 16th May 1811, died at Elvas, 10th June 1811.

Lieutenant Daniel Kirk,
32nd Foot, wounded at the Nive, 10th December 1813. Died four days later.

Captain Robert Knipe,
14th Light Dragoons, wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811. Died at Villa Fermosa, 18th May 1811.

Captain William Henry Knipe,
95th Foot, killed at Barossa, 5th March 1811.

Lieutenant Robert Knowles,
7th Foot, killed in the Pyrenees, 25th July 1813.

Lieutenant George Knox,
57th Foot, killed at Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Ensign Edward E. Kough,
87th Foot, killed at Barossa, 5th March 1811.

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

 

 

 
 
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