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PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN 1808 - 14

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Lieut. Samuel Macalpine - 88th Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812.

Lieut. William McBarnett - 79th Foot - severely wound at Toulouse, 10th April 1815 - died 17th April.

Captain John McCabe - 51st Foot - killed at Salamanca - 16th November 1812.

Lieut. C.F. McCarthey - 88th Foot - killed at Talavera - 27th July 1809.

Ensign James McCoard - 27th Foot - wounded at Badajoz, 10th May 1811 - died 27th May.

Captain Rawdon McCrea - 87th Foot - wounded at Talavera, 27th July 1807 - died August 2nd.

Ensign Donald McCremmen - 42nd Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814.

Lieut. John McDermid - 43rd Foot - killed in action - March/April 1811.

Captain Henry McDermott - 88th Foot - killed at Orthes - 27th February 1814.

Ensign Alexander McDonald - 92nd Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 25th July 1813 - died 5th October 1813.

Lieut. Allan McDonald - 92nd Foot - killed at the Nive - 13th December 1813.

Lieut. Angus Macdonald - 79th Foot - wounded at Fort St. Michael, 19th September 1812. Died next day.

Lieut. Donald McDonald - 71st Foot - wounded at storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812. - died 19th April. Attached to the 1st Portuguese Cacadores.

Captain Donald McDonald - 91st Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812.
Attached to the 11th Portuguese Line.

Lieut. Duncan McDonald - 50th Foot - killed at Aire - 2nd March 1814.

Lieut. John McDonald - 23rd Foot - wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812 - died of wounds.

Lieut. Alexander Macdonnell - 95th Foot - wounded at Badajoz, 6th April 1812 - died 7th August.

Ensign George McDonnell - 45th Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812.

Captain Alexander Macdougal - 5th Foot - killed storming Ciudad Rodrigo - 19th January 1812.

Lieut. Colin McDougall - killed at Talavera - 27th July 1809.

Lieut. Neil McDougall - 75th Foot - wounded at Castalla, 12th April 1813 - died 13th April.

Captain Alexander McGeachy - 11th Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 9th June 1811.

Major George McGregor - 59th Foot - wounded in Spain, 1809 - died at Plymouth, January 1810.

Lieut. Charles Averill McGuchin - 38th Foot - killed storming St. Sebastian - 31st August 1813.

Lieut. Francis MacGuire - 4th Foot - killed storming St. Sebastian - 31st August 1813.

Lieut. Lancelot Machell - Royal Engineers - killed at the siege of St. Sebastian - 25th July 1813.
Memorial at Beverley Minster, Beverely, Humberside - "To the memory of Lancelot Machell Lieut. in the Royal Engineers, 3rd son of Christopher and Ann Machel. He was killed in the trenches at st. Sebastian in Spain after the unsuccessful attack upon that place 25th July 1813 in the 21st year of his age."

Captain David McIntyre - 91st Foot - killed at Nivelle - 10th November 1813.

Captain James McIntyre - 71st Foot - wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 3rd May 1811- died 27th January 1814 at Lisbon.

Lieut. George Mackenzie - 36th Foot - killed at siege of the Forts at Salamanca - 18-24th June 1811.

Lieut-Colonel John Mackenzie - 5th Foot - wounded at Palavia Abaxo, 15th January 1809 - died of wounds.

Major-General John Randoll McKenzie - 78th Foot - killed at Talavera - 28th July 1809.

Captain Maxwell Mackenzie - 71st Foot - killed at the Nive - 13th December 1813.

Captain Murdoch Mackenzie - 20th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 28th July 1813.

Lieut-Colonel Henry Mackinnon - Coldstream Guards - killed in the storming of Ciuadad Rodrigo - 19th January 1812. He was buried at Espaja.

Lieut. William Henry Mackintosh - 4th Foot - killed at Busaco - 27th September 1810.

Lieut. Allen McClean - 91st Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 28th July 1813 - died 24th December.

Lieut-Colonel Charles Macleod - 43rd Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812.
Son of Lieutenant-General Sir John Macleod (Royal Horse Artillery). Commissioned 1799, was ADC to Cornwallis in India (1805). Killed leading the assault on the breech at Badajoz. "He was buried near the regiment's camp, all the mourners overcome with grief, and even the privates who carried his coffin were in tears...... Perhaps the most telling remark by one of his men, Sergeant Thomas Blood - 'There was not a man in that corps (the 43rd) but would have stood between him and that fatal ball that struck him dead, so esteemed was he by all.'"

Lieut. Donald Mcleod - 95th Foot - killed at Coa - 24th July 1810.

Lieut. Roderick Macleod - 38th Foot - wounded at the siege of St. Sebastian, July 1813 - died 25th July.

Lieut. Alan McNab - 92nd Foot - wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811 - died 9th May.
His right arm was amputated.

Lieut. Donald McPherson - 95th Foot - wounded storming Badajoz, 6th April 1812 - died 7th May 1812 at Elvas.

Lieut. Duncan McPherson - 92nd Foot - killed at the Nive - 13th December 1813.

Lieut. John McPherson - 38th Foot - wounded in the capture of Burgos castle, 4th October 1812 - died of wounds 1st January 1814 at Cambo.

Captain William S. Madden - 52nd Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812.

Lieut. Luke Mahon - 3rd Foot Guards - wounded at Bayonne, 14th April 1814 - died 6th May
Grave at Bayonne - "Capt. Mahon, 3 Guards, who died of wounds received in action before Bayonne 14 April 1814." Added later - "Beneath this stone lies the body of Captain Luke Mahon, 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards who died of wounds received before Bayonne 14 April 1814. This stone was placed to his memory and the footstone restored, by the only surviving sister of his brother officer, Capt. Holbourne, AD 1876."

Captain Elias Mallet - 30th Foot - killed in action - 31st August 1813.
Attached Spanish Army.

Lieut. Anthony Malone - 40th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 26th July 1813.

Lieut. Ralph Mansfield - 88th Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812.

Lieut. John Martin - Royal Artillery - wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th may 1811 - died Sept. 1811.

Captain Samuel Coote Martin - 1st Foot Guards - killed at the Nive - 12th December 1813.
Buried in a private garden in the city of BIARRITZ near BAYONNE, the house was the HeadQuarters of general John Hope from December 1813 to January 1814. (thanks to Alain Chappet).

Lieut. Francis Massey - 1st Foot - killed at the siege of St. Sebastian - July 1813.

Lieut. John Matthews - 2nd Foot - killed at the siege of the Forts at Salamanca - June 1812.

Captain J.H.L. Maw - 23rd Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812.

Lieut. Robert Maxwell - 74th Foot - wounded at Badajoz, June 1811 - died 16th June.
Serving with 17th Portuguese Line.

Lieut. Michael De Courcey Meade - wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813 - died of wounds.
Son of Rev. Richard Meade and nephew of Lord Baron Kinsale.

2nd Lieut. David Melville - Royal Engineers - killed at the siege of Badajoz - May 1811.

2nd Lieut. James Mercer - 95th Foot - killed at Barba del Puerco - 19th March 1810.

Captain Augustus Merry - 52nd Foot - wounded at Badajoz, 6th April 1811 - died 9th April.

Lieut. John Metcalfe - 45th Foot - killed at Orthes - 27th February 1814.

Captain Alexander Middleton - 36th Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812.

Captain James Miller - 68th Foot - wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812 - died 12th August.

Lieut. John Miller - 38th Foot - wounded at Busaco, 27th September 1810 - died 31st August.

Lieut. Peter Milne - 42nd Foot - killed storming Fort St. Michael, Burgos - 19th September 1812.

Lieut. Robert Henry Mitchell - 28th Foot - wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813 - died 27th July.

Ensign Thomas Mitchell - 92nd Foot - killed at the Nive - 13th December 1813.

Lieut. Thomas Monaghan - 3rd Foot - killed in action - 25th July 1813.

Capt. Frederick Montague - 23rd Foot - killed at Albuhera - 16th May 1811.

Ensign Charles Montford - 4th Foot - killed storming St. Sebastian - 31st August 1813.

Lieut. J. Montgomery - 83rd Foot - killed at Talavera - 28th July 1809.

Lieut. George A. Moore - Royal Artillery - killed in action - 15th February 1814.

Lieut-General Sir John Moore - 52nd Foot - killed at Corunna - 16th January 1809.

Ensign Robert Moore - 50th Foot - wounded 1809 - died at Plymouth March 1809.

Ensign James Moriarty - 88th Foot - killed at Orthes - 27th February 1814.

Lieut. Powell Morphew - Royal West India Rangers - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812.
Attached to 3rd Cacadores.

Ensign Robert Morrant - 9th Foot - killed at St. Sebastian - 31st August 1813.

Lieut. Thomas Moultrie - 7th Foot - wounded at Albuhera, 16th May 1811 - died 10th June.

Captain Frederick W. Mulcaster - Royal Engineers - killed at the siege of Badajoz - 26th March 1811.

Ensign Frederick Munt - 36th Foot - wounded 31st August 1813 - died 6th September.

Captain Robert F. Murchison - 43rd Foot - wounded at Nivelle, 10th November 1813. died next day.

Captain Barnaby Murphy - 88th Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812.

Lieut. James Murray - 20th Foot - wounded at Orthes, 27th February 1814 - died 7th March.

Lieut-Colonel James Muter - 3rd Foot - died of wounds at Talavera - 28th July 1809.

Lieut. John Myers - 57th Foot - wounded at the Nive, 13th December 1813 - died 23rd Janaury 1814.

Lieut-Colonel Sir William James Myers - 7th Foot - wounded at Albuhera, 16th May 1811 - died next day. Aged 27. Born 27th Nov. 1783, son of Lieut-General Sir William Myers.
Memorial in St. Mary's church, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant-General Sir William Myers, bart, who died in the year 1803 aged 55 when in command of the British Forces in the West Indies. His afflicted family found their only consolation for his loss in the opening virtues of his son Lieutenant-Colonel Sir William Myers, Baronet, but of him also it pleased the Almighty to deprive them, on the 16th May 1811 he fell leading on the British Fusileer Brigade at the battle of Albuera in the 27th year of his age, and with him expired the last hope of his family. This monument is erected by a mother whom death has bereft of all earthly consolation."

Lieut. John Myles - 50th Foot - wounded 15th February 1814 - died 16th March at Gave de Mauleon.


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Lieut-Colonel Alexander Napier - 92nd Foot - killed in Spain - 1809.

Lieut. John Nash - 43rd Foot - killed at Coa - 24th July 1810.

Captain James Nethery - 27th Foot - died of wounds at Alicante - 11th August 1813.

Ensign Hibbert Newton - 32nd Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812.

Captain William Nicholas - Royal Engineers - wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6th April 1812 - died 14th April.

Lieut. C. Noble - 95th Foot - killed at Corunna - 16th January 1809.
Aged 22. From Wakefield.

Ensign George Norris - 47th Foot - killed storming St. Sebastian - 31st August 1813.

Lieut. Thomas North - 88th Foot - wounded at Badajoz, 21st March 1812 - died next day.

Lieut. Joseph Nunn - 26th Foot - wounded at Corunna, 16th January 1809 - died 30th January at Haslar Hospital, Gosport.


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