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PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN 1808 - 14

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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 Albuhera, 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. Son of Sir W. J. James.
Memorial at St. Mary's Church, Hampstead Norreys, Berkshire -
"To the memory of Francis James Esqr. eldest son of Sir Walter James James Bart and Lady Jane James of Langley Hall in this parish, Captain in the 81st Regiment and Assistant Adjutant General in Major Colville's Brigade of His Majesty's Forces in Portugal serving under the command of the Marquess of Wellington. This promising young officer died on the 11th of April 1812 of the wounds he recieved in the Assault at the breach of the walls of Badajos. Although born to affluence he chose the Military profession and although not more than 24 years of age had seen service in the West Indies in Denmark in Egypt at the Battle of Maida and in Spain and Portugal. The remains of this gallant officer were interred by the leave of the Governor of Badajos in the Bastion close to the breach which he had been one of the first to ascend. His afflicted parents have caused this record to be placed in this church as a lasting memorial of their irreprable loss and of the distinguished worth and gallantry of their son."

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 Albuhera, 16th May 1811. died - 23rd May 1811.

Lieutenant Samuel Beresford Jermyn - 57th Foot - killed at Orthes - 27th February 1814.
Served as a Captain with the 21st Portuguese Line.

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 Albuhera, 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 Martch 1812.

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

Lieutenant Henry Ireson Jones - 7th Foot - wounded at Albuhera, 16th May 1811, died at Elvas - 7th August 1811. Aged 20.

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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