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PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN 1808 - 14

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Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Cadogan - 71st Foot - killed at Vittoria - 21st June 1813

Captain Daniel Cadoux - 95th Foot - killed at Vera - 1st September 1813
Memorial at Vera - "To the glory of God and in memory of Captain Daniel Cadoux and his gallant riflemen of the 2nd Bn 95th (Rifle Brigade) who on 1 September 1813 fell gloriously defending this bridge against the furious attack of a French Division. His fame can never die."

Lieutenant Allan Billingham Cairnes - 34th Foot - died of fever at Cambo, France - 19th January 1814

Lieutenant James Calder - 79th Foot - died 25th July 1812

Lieutenant Duncan Cameron - 79th Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814

Captain Ewen Cameron - 43rd Foot - killed at Coa - 24th July 1810

Ensign Ewen Cameron - 79th Foot - wounded at Toulouse, 10th April. died 11th April 1814

Captain John Cameron - 1st Foot - killed at the siege of San Sebastian - 7 - 27th July 1813

Captain John Cameron - 79th Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814

Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Cameron - 79th Foot - wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811. died 13th May at Villa Formosa.

2nd Lieutenant Alexander Campbell - 2/95th Foot - killed at Vera - 7th October 1813

Lieutenant-Colonel Allan William Campbell - 74th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 25-28th July 1813. died 9th October 1813. Commanded 4th Portuguese Line. Son of Lieutenant-General Alexander Campbell, 13th Foot (wounded at Talavera).

Major Archibald Argyle Campbell - 42nd Foot - died in Plymouth of wounds 'received in Spain' - 27th January 1809

Captain Duncan Campbell - 1/42nd Foot - wounded at Corunna, 16th January 1809. died 18th January.

Lieutenant James Campbell - 94th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 31st July 1813.
Serving with the 19th Portuguese Line Regiment.

Ensign John Campbell - 47th Foot - killed during the storming of San Sebastian - 31st August 1813

Lieutenant Leckie Campbell - 3/95th Foot - killed at Vittoria - 21st June 1813

Lieutenant William Campbell - 1/71st Foot - killed at Nive - 13th December 1813

Captain Robert Candler - 50th Foot - killed in the capture of Fort Napoleon, near Almaraz - 19th May 1812. Aged 34. From Colchester.

Lieutenant Thomas Capel - 1/43rd Foot - killed at Nivelle - 7-10th November 1813

Lieutenant Robert Carew - 18th Light Dragoons - killed at Vittoria - 21st June 1813

Lieutenant Robert Carlisle - 1/38th Foot - killed at the siege of San Sebastian - 7-27th July 1813

Lieutenant Alexander Carroll - 1/82nd Foot - killed at Vittoria - 21st June 1813

Captain John Carroll - 1/28th Foot - wounded 18th March 1814, died in France, 7th April 1814

Lieutenant William Henry Carroll - 4th Foot - killed in the storming of San Sebastian - 31st August 1813

Lieutenant Arthur Cary - 3/95th Foot - killed in the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812

Lieutenant Thomas Castle - 34th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811

Lieutenant John Chadwick - 1/9th Foot - died of wounds at the siege of San Sebastian - 29th August 1813

Ensign William Chadwick - 3rd Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811

Lieutenant Andrew Chauner - 1/61st Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812

Lieutenant Lawrence Chevers - 1/26th Foot - killed 'in Spain' - 1809 (?)

Lieutenant Charles M. Chilcot - 48th Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812

Captain William Francis Cholwich - 1/7th Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812

Lieutenant Samuel Clarke - 3/1st Foot - killed at the siege of San Sebastian - 7-27th July 1813

Captain William Henry Clitherow - 3rd Foot Guards - wounded 15th February 1814. died of wounds.

Lieutenant Alexander Coane - 95th Foot - wounded at Coa, 24th July 1810. died 14th February 1812 in Lisbon.

Major Edward Charles Cocks - 16th Light Dragoons - killed at the siege of Burgos - 8th October 1812. Aged 26. Son of John Cocks, of London. The Duke of Wellington stated: "had Cocks outlived the campaigns ... he would have become one of the first Generals in England."

Lieutenant-Colonel James R. Coghlan - 1/61st Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814.
Wounded and captured at Talavera, he escaped and rejoined his Regiment.

Lieutenant-Colonel W. George Collier -1st Coldstream Guards - wounded at Bayonne, 14th April 1814. died 10th May.

Captain Bassett Collins - 74th Foot - killed at the siege of Badajoz - 26th March 1812

Lieutenant George Trelawny Collins - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812.
Aged 24. From Ham, Devon.

Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Collins - 83rd Foot - died at Gouves, Portugal - 18th February 1813.
Served in St. Lucia (1795 - wounded), Trinidad, Cape of Good Hope. At Albuera his leg was taken off by a canon-ball. Once he could get a cork leg fitted he returned to serve on the Portuguese Staff.

Captain George Collyer - Royal Engineers - killed in the storming of San Sebastian - 31st August 1813

Captain Archibald Colqhoun - 40th Foot - died 19th August 1812

Captain George Colquhoun - 2nd Foot - killed in the siege of the Forts at Salamanca - 18-24th June 1812

Lieutenant-Colonel John Scope Colquitt - 1st Foot Guards - wounded at Barossa, 5th March 1811. died at Seville, 4th September 1812

Ensign William Henry Commerell - 1st Foot Guards - killed at Barossa - 5th March 1811

Lieutenant John J. Connell - Royal Artillery - killed in the trenches at Badajoz - 28th March 1812

Lieutenant William Shewbridge Connor - 7th Foot - wounded 31st August 1813, died 25th November 1813. Served with the 8th Portuguese Regiment.

Captain Walter C. Cooksey - 79th Foot - killed at Villa del Ponte - 11th January 1811.
Served with the 24th Portuguese Line.

Ensign George Porker Cookson - killed at Fuentes de Onoro - 5th May 1811
Son of Major-General George Cookson and Sarah (nee Porker).

Captain Arthur Gethin Coote - 1/50th Foot - killed at Vimeiro - 21st August 1808

Lieutenant Edward Cotton - died of wounds at Badajoz - 8th April 1812

Lieutenant John Cotton - 10th Light Dragoons - killed at Morales - 2nd June 1813.
Aged 18.

Captain Thomas D'Avenant Cotton - 7th Foot - wounded at Anhoue, Nivelle, 10th November 1813. died 13th November. Aged 30.

Ensign William Coulter - 2/66th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811

Lieutenant John Cowsell - 1/71st Foot - killed at Fuentes de Onoro - 3rd May 1811

Captain Jeremiah Crampton - 1/95th Foot - wounded at Badajoz, 6th April 1812. died at Ciudad Rodrigo, 18th September 1812.

Major-General Robert Crauford - 2nd Dragoon Guards - wounded at Ciudad Rodrigo, 19th January 1812. died 24th January. "The famous 'Black Bob' who commanded the Light Brigade."

Major Henry Crauford - 9th Foot - killed in the storming of San Sebastian - 31st August 1813

Lieutenant Charles Crawford - 27th Foot - died of wounds in the Pyrenees - 26th July 1813

Lieutenant George Douglas Crawfurd - 91st Foot - died 31st August 1813.
Aged 22. Served with the 23rd Portuguese Line.

Volunteer John Crawston - 3/27th Foot - killed in the storming of San Sebastian - 31st August 1813

Captain Jasper Creagh - 1/95th Foot - killed at Coa - 24th July 1810

Lieutenant John Creighton - 1/43rd Foot - wounded March/April 1811. died 12th May 1811

Major George Champion Crespigny - 68th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 30th July 1813

Captain William George Crofton - 1st Coldstream Guards - killed near Bayonne - 14th April 1814.
Son of Sir Edward Crofton. Memorial in the Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks -
'In memory of Lieutenant and Captain the Hon. William Crofton. Coldstream Guards, 1803-14. He served at Copenhagen and Walcheren. He commanded the Grenadier Company, 1st battalion, in the Peninsular War during the Campaigns 1811-12-13 -14, and was wounded at Burgos. Overpowered on Picquet by the French Sortie from Bayonne, he refused to surrender and died at his post 14th April 1814.'

Ensign James Cromie - 1/36th Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814

Lieutenant Christopher Croudace - 95th Foot - killed in the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812

Captain Arnet Charles de Cueille - Chasseurs Britanniques - wounded at Orthes, 27th February 1814. died 8th March 1814.

Ensign Cullen - 1/42nd Foot - killed in the siege of Burgos - 20-26th September 1812

Lieutenant William G. Cummins - 83rd Foot - killed at Auboa - 8th October 1813.
Served with the 9th Cacadores, (Portuguese Army).

Captain James Hunter - 1/52nd Foot - killed at Vittoria - 21st June 1813

Captain Robert Cuthbert - 7th Foot - died of wounds at Badajoz - 19th March 1812


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Lieutenant William Dahman - 83rd Foot - killed at Talavera - 28th July 1809

Lieutenant John William von Dalmann - 5/60th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 25th July 1811

Captain Robert Dalrymple - 3rd Foot Guards - killed at Talavera - 28th July 1809

Lieutenant Martin Dane - 4th Foot - wounded in the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. died (?)

Captain Sinclair Davidson - 1/79th Foot - wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811. died 7th May.

Lieutenant James Davison - 3/27th Foot - killed at Salamanca - 18th July 1812

Captain Henry Dawson - 1/52nd Foot - killed near the River Huerta - 17th November 1812.
Aged 24. Son of Pudsey Dawson, of Liverpool. His brother, Captain William Dawson, died in the East Indies.

Ensign Robert Dawson - 45th Foot - killed at Rolica - 17th August 1808

Lieutenant John Day - 2/34th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 25th July 1813. captured and died of wounds soon after.

Lieutenant Anthony Francis de Breunig - York Light Infantry Volunteers - killed in the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812. Served with the 8th Portuguese Line.

Lieutenant William Deighton - 1/50th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 25th July 1813.
Aged 24. Son of Rev. William Deighton, of Norfolk.

Ensign Nicholas Delacherois - 47th Foot - killed at Barossa - 5th March 1811

Ensign F. Delatre - Regiment of Dillon - killed in the capture of Fort St. Phillippe, Tarragona - 3-7th June 1813

Ensign John Delmar - 1/28th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 25th July 1813

Lieutenant Edward De Salaberry - Royal Engineers - killed in the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812

Major William Despard - 7th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813. died 16th August at Vittoria.

Lieutenant J. A. Devonish - 53rd Foot - died of wounds in the siege of the Forts at Salamanca - 24th June 1812

Captain Frederick J. Dickens - 12th Light Dragoons - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812

Captain Sebastain Dickinson - Royal Engineers - killed in the trenches at Badajoz - 8-15th May 1811

Captain Robert Digby - 2/81st Foot - killed 16th January 1809

Captain Thomas A. Diggle - 3/95th Foot - killed in the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812

Ensign Samuel Dinwoody - 2nd Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812

Lieutenant Robert Brown Dobbin - 2/66th Foot - wounded at Nivelle, 10th November 1813. died 10th December.

Captain Jospeh Dobbs - 52nd Foot - killed in the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo - 19th January 1812

Ensign Alexander Dobbyns - killed at Nivelle - November 1813

Lieutenant Robert Dodd - 51st Foot - wounded 31st August 1813, died 13th September.

Captain Daniel Donahue - 44th Foot - wounded at Orthes, 27th February 1814. died of wounds

Lieutenant Daniel Donavan - 1/11th Foot - wounded at Salamaca, 22nd July 1812. died 22nd August

Lieutenant Robert Donkin - 82nd Foot - killed at Vimeiro - 21st August 1808

Captain Charles Aytone Douglas - 51st Foot - killed near Lezaca, in the Pyrenees - 31st August 1813. Son of Colonel Robert Douglas.

Captain John Graham Douglas - 1/52nd Foot - wounded at Nive, 10th December 1813. died 23rd December.

Ensign William Dowman - 97th Foot - wounded at Badajoz, losing an arm, 10th May 1811. died 4th June.

Major James Downing - 61st Foot - wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812. died 13th August.

Captain William Dowson - 6th Inniskellen Dragoons - wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812. died in Liverpool. Aged 27.

2nd Lieutenant John Doyle - 2/95th Foot - killed at Tarbes, Nivelle, 10th November 1813.

Lieutenant Francis Drew - 48th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811

Lieutenant-Colonel George Duncan Drummond - 24th Foot - died 8th September 1811, in Portugal.

Captain Saumarez Dubourdieu - Royal Artillery - wounded at the siege of San Sebastian, 7-27th July 1813. died 22nd July. Son of Rev. John Dubourdieu, of Ulster.

Lieutenant-Colonel George Henry Duckworth - 1/48th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811.
Aged 23. Son of Admiral Sir J. Duckworth. Married Miss Fanshawe, of Plymouth.

Lieutenant Alexander Duff - 1/71st Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 25th July 1813

Lieutenant William Duguid - 29th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811

Major Alexander Duncan - Royal Artillery - killed by an explosion at Seville - 29th September 1812

Captain John Duncan - 2/95th Foot - killed at Tarbes - 20th March 1814

Lieutenant William Dunkley - 11th Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814


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