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PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN 1808 - 14

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Ensign George Walker - 66th Foot - wounded at Albuera, 16 May 1811. died - 17 May 1811

Lieutenant George Henry Walker - 59th Foot - wounded at Vittoria, 21 June 1813. died.

Lieutenant James Perriman Walker - 20th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 25 July 1813. died - 18 October 1813.

Captain Richard Walker - 23rd Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 28 July 1813

Captain Samuel Walker - 3rd Foot Guards - killed at Talavera - 28 July 1809.
Son of William Walker, of Leeds.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Wallace - 20th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 25 July 1813. died - 29 July.

Captain Edward Walsh - 3rd Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 30 July 1813.

Lieutenant Richard Walton - 24th Foot - wounded at the siege of Burgos, died - 20-26 Sept. 1812

Lieutenant John Wardlaw - 52nd Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22 July 1812.
Attached to the 4th Cacadores.

Ensign J, Warrington - 27th Foot - wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6 April 1812. died - 8 April.

Captain Henry Robert Watson - 3rd Foot Guards - killed at the Nive - 12 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).

Lieutenant James Watson - 42nd Foot - wounded at Toulouse, 10 April 1814. died - 11 April.

Ensign Lawrence Watson - 59th Foot - killed at the storming of San Sebastian - 31 August 1813.

Ensign Michael Watts - Coldstream Guards - killed at Barossa - 5 March 1811.

Lieutenent-Colonel Andrew Wauchope - 20th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 2 August 1813. died - 15 September. Eldest son of Andrew Wauchope, of Niddrie.

Major John Laing Weir - 59th Foot - wounded at Vittoria, 21 June 1813. died - 4 July.
Fourth son of R. Laing, of Stronzie, Orkney.

Lieutenant Benjamin Welstead - 82nd Foot - killed - 31 August 1813.

Captain Charles J. Wemyss - 7th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 28 July 1813. died - 3 August.
Second son of Major Wemyss, Royal Marines.

Captain George Werge - 38th Foot - killed at the storming of San Sebastian - 31 August 1813.

Lieutenant George Westby - 95th Foot - killed at Fuentes de Onoro - 5 May 1811.
Memorial in St. Peter's Church, Dublin. Son of William Westby, Thornhill, Dublin. His brother, Lieutenant Edward Westby (2nd Dragoons), was killed at Waterloo. (This officer is named as Lieutenant William Westley in some sources.)

Lieutenant Ralph Westropp - 51st Foot - killed at the siege of Badajoz - 10 June 1811.

Ensign John Wheatley - 38th Foot - killed at the storming of San Sebastian - 31 August 1813.

Lieutenant Benjamin White - 45th Foot - killed at the siege of Badajoz - 31 March-2 April 1812.

Captain Charles Lawrence White - 3rd Foot Guards - wounded at Bayonne, 14 April 1814. died.

Lieutenant-Colonel Daniel White - 29th Foot - wounded at Albuera, 16 May 1811. died - 8 June.
Buried in the British Cemetery, Elvas, Portugal.

Lieutenant Michael White - 27th Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6 April 1812.

Ensign Robert White - 50th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 25 July 1812. died same day.

Captain William White - 13th Light Dragoons - wounded at Salamanca, 22 July 1812. died - 2 July.

Lieutenant William White - 38th Foot - wounded at the siege of Burgos, 15 October 1812. died at Almeida - 20 November. Aged 25. Eldest son of J. White, of Rock Castle, Ireland.

Lieutenant William Whitelaw - 88th Foot - wounded at the storming of Badajoz, 6 April 1812. died at Estremoz - 7 May. Son of Rev. W. Whitelaw. of Dublin.

Captain William Whiting - 74th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 30 July 1813.
Aged 38. Son of Joseph and Mary Whiting. Baptised 16th April 1775, at Portsea. Married Emily Cross, 14th October 1802.

Captain Thomas Whyte - 27th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 28 July 1813.

Major George John Widdrington - 83rd Foot - wounded at Vittoria, 21 June 1813. died - 30 June.

Ensign John Williams - 74th Foot - killed at Busaco - 27 September 1810.

Captain John A. Williams - Royal Engineers - killed at the siege of Burgos - 20-26 September 1812.

Lieutenant Trevor Williams - 39th Foot - killed - 25 July 1813.

Cornet William Williams - 11th Light Dragoons - wounded at Salamanca, 18 July 1812. died same day.

Captain Donald Williamson - 42nd Foot - wounded at the siege of Burgos, 20-26 September 1812. died - 2 October. Eldest son of Lieutenant-Colonel Williamson, of Banniskirk.

Captain James Williamson - 94th Foot - killed at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo - 19 January 1812.

Captain John Willshire - 38th Foot - wounded at the siege of San Sebastian, 8 August 1813. died - 7 September.

Lieutenant John N. Wilson - 50th Foot - killed in Spain - 16 January 1809?

Captain H.F. Wood - 48th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 28 July 1813. died same day.

Major John Wood - 32nd Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 28 July 1813. died - 31 July.

Captain John Woodham - 9th Foot - killed at the siege of San Sebastian - 7-27 July 1813.

Lieutenant Lumley Woodyear - Royal Artillery - wounded at Vittoria, 21 June 1813. died - 2 September.

Lieutenant Philip J. Woolcombe - Royal Artillery - wounded at Barossa, 5 March 1811. died same day.

Lieutenant Thomas Fawcett Wray - 7th Foot - killed at the storming of Badajoz - 6 April 1812.

Captain Robert Wren - 11th Foot - wounded in the Pyrenees, 28 July 1813. died - 15 August.

Ensign Jonathan Wrixen - 20th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 2 August 1813.

Lieutenant Henry Wyatt - Royal Artillery - killed at Talavera - 28 July 1809.

Captain John Wyatt - 34th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 25 July 1813.


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