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PENINSULA WAR - OFFICERS DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES

Lieutenant George ADAMSON - 30th Foot - died at Lisbon, 19 January 1812.

Ensign James ALLEN - 11th Foot - died of illness at Santander, 18 September 1813.

Ensign George ANDERSON - 26th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 27 December 1811.

Captain James ANNESLEY - 38th Foot - died of disease at Peza de Regoa, 6 February 1813.

Lieutenant William ANNESLY - 3rd Foot - died at Placentia, Spain, 9 April 1813.

General Robert ANSTRUTHER - died of illness at Corunna, 14 January 1809.
Born 3 March 1768, son of Sir Robert Anstruther, of Balcaskie, and Lady Janet Erskine.  Ensign 1788.

Lieutenant ARMSTRONG - 4th Dragoons - died in Portugal, 2 October 1811.

Ensign Robert ARMSTRONG - 50th Foot - died at Lisbon, 20 November 1810.

Deputy-Commissary-General George ASSIOTTI - died at Gijon, Spain, 27 November 1808.

Lieutenant J. BAIRD - 36th Foot - died at Abrantes, 10 October 1812.

Lieutenant James L. BARBAZ - 60th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 12 September 1813.

Assistant-Surgeon Mathew BARR - 68th Foot - died in France, 1814.

Captain Royster B. BARTON - 82nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 7 December 1813.

Captain William BAXTER - 57th Foot - died in Portugal, 20 August 1810.

Surgeon Richard BEACHAM - Medical Department - died in Portugal, 20 November 1811.

Lieutenant George BEALE - 57th Foot - died at Portalegre, 11-13 September 1811.

Surgeon BELL - Medical Department - died in the Peninsula, 16 September 1812.

Lieutenant Henry BELSON - 50th Foot - died in the Peninsula, October 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon BENNETT - 94th Foot - died in Portugal, 27 August 1811.

Assistant-Surgeon Christopher G. BERGER - 60th Foot - died in France, 23 March 1814.

Lieutenant Francis BERNARD - 9th Light Dragoons - died at Alter de Chuon, Portugal, 24 January 1813.

Lieutenant-Colonel Charles BEVAN - 1/4th Foot - suicide at Portalegre, 8 July 1811.
Born 1778. When the 1/4th were criticised for not stopping the French garrison escaping from Almeida, Bevan asked for a court of enquiry. When this was turned down he shot himself. Later it emerged that his regiment was blameless.
Memorial at
Portalegre - "This stone is erected to the memory of Charles Bevan Esquire. Late Lieutenant Colonel of the 4th or King’s Own Regiment with intention of recording his virtues. They are deeply engraven on the hearts of those who knew him and will ever live in their remembrance."
Memorial at Sao Joao da Carujeiro - "Lieut. Col. Charles Bevan, 4th or King's Own Regt. This stone is erected to the memory of Charles Bevan, late Lieut. Col. of the 4th or King's Own Regt, with the intention of recording his virtues. They are deeply engraved on the hearts of those who knew him and will ever live in their remembrance. A stone with this inscription was erected over the grave of Col. Bevan in Portoalegre Castle where he was buried on 11 July 1811. That stone having been removed when a road was built there, this replacement is placed by his descendents to honour the memory of an officer who put regimental honour before his own life."

Lieutenant Edward BEVAN - 1st Foot - died at Santarem, 23 February 1813.

Lieutenant Andrew BLACK - 2nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 29 August 1812.

Ensign Richard BOURSIGNOTT - 3rd Foot - died at Cortizada, Portugal, 17 September 1810.

Major Richard BROAD - 47th Foot - died at Truxillo, 31 October 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon William BROCK - 27th Foot - died at Lisbon, 5 October 1811.

Lieutenant Henry L.D. BROCKMAN - 43rd Foot - died of typhus at Elvas, Portugal, 22 August 1809.

Ensign George Richard BUCKLEY - died of fatigue at Paris 1815.
Son of Percy Buckley, of Woolcombe Hall, Dorset. Served at Waterloo.

Ensign J.E. BURKE - 30th Foot - died at Portugal, 24 March 1812.

Captain Cecil H. BURTON - 34th Foot - died in Francem 1814.

Lieutenant Robert BUTLER - 1st Foot - died in Portugal, 1 January 1811.

Captain Alexander CAMPBELL - 9th Foot - died at Lisbon, 8 December 1810.

Lieutenant-Colonel William H. CAMPBELL - 31st Foot - died at Trocifal, 2 January 1811.

Lieutenant William CAMPBELL - 88th Foot - died at Cambo, France, 13 December 1813.

Captain John CARP - 53rd Foot - died in France, 6 March 1814.

Lieutenant Robert CARR - 44th Foot - died at Coimbra, December 1813.

Captain John CARROLL - 82nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 19 January 1814.

Ensign John V. CARTER - 30th Foot - died of sun-stroke at Ciudad Rodrigo, 23 July 1812.

Captain R. CARTHEW - Royal Artillery - died on passage from Spain, January 1809.

Veterinary-Surgeon Samuel CHARD - 13th Light Dragoons - died in the Peninsula, 15 October 1812.

Lieutenant John CHARLTON - Royal Waggon Train - died in France, 23 March 1814.

Ensign Anthony CHAWNER - 9th Foot - died in France 22 March 1814.

Assistant-Surgeon David CHRISTIE - Medical Department - died in France, 30 March 1814.

2nd Lieutenant James CHURCH - 95th Foot - died in France, 10 December 1813.

Surgeon John CLARKE - 27th Foot - died at Lisbon, 13 August 1811.

Lieutenant Thomas CLIFFORD - 58th Foot - died at Lisbon, 6 August 1812.

Ensign CLINDINNING - 11th Foot - died in Portugal, 1811.

Captain George CLUTTERBUCK - 1st Foot Guards - died of illness at Warkworth, England, 19 March 1813.
(fought at Barrosa)

Lieutenant Baker COATES - 52nd Foot - died in Spain, 9 September 1812.

Brigadier-General Francis-John COLMAN - died in Portugal, 12 December 1811.

Captain William A. COUCHE - 82nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 23 September 1813.

Brigadier-General James-Catlin CRAUFORD - died at Abrantes, Portugal, 25 September 1810.

Ensign John CRAUFORD - 30th Foot - died at Portugal, 8-9 January 1811.

Captain Edward CRAWFORD - 66th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 15 October 1812.

Lt. J.H. CRAWFORD - 26th Foot - died of illness while a prisoner of war.

Lieutenant Richard CROKER - 5th Foot - died of fever at Ferrarin, 31 December 1812.

Captain William CROSBIE - 1st Dragoons - died at Albergaria, 26 September 1811.

Lieutenant John CULLIMORE - 58th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 20 October 1810.

Ensign Walter CULLON - 43rd Foot - died in Portugal, 1811.

Assistant-Surgeon Thomas CURBY - Medical Department - died in the Peninsula, 10 January 1813.

Major E. DALLING - Coldstream Guards - died of fever in Portugal, July/August 1811.

Captain Frederick J. DARBY - 10th Light Dragoons - died of fever at Corunna, 2 January 1809.

Captain Edward DARLEY - 39th Foot - died at Villa Nueva, 20 May 1813.

Assistant-Surgeon George DAVIES - 11th Foot - died in Spain, 1813.

Surgeon DEAN - Medical Department - died of fever at Elvas, Portugal, 28 December 1809.

Lieutenant DEANE - 38th Foot - died in Portugal, 6 July 1811.

Lieutenant Charles C. De BREE - 60th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 1812.

Lieutenant Thomas DICKENS - Royal Waggon Train - died in the Peninsula, 31 August 1812.

Lieutenant Alexander DICKINSON - 42nd Foot - 'murdered' at Aldea de Serra, Portugal, 22 March 1813.

Lieutenant Roger DOWNS - 48th Foot - died of illness at Celorico, 4 October 1811.

Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald DRUMMOND - 3rd Foot - died on passage from Lisbon, 22 July 1810.

Major Hungerford R. ELERS - 43rd Foot - died at Celorico, 29 August 1811.

Lieutenant ELLIOTT - 83rd Foot - died in Portugal, 23 April 1811.

Surgeon John ENRIGHT - 94th Foot - died at Ariscoun, Spain, 23 September 1813.

Major-General William ERSKINE - fell out of a window, during a 'fit of delirium' at Lisbon, 13 February 1813.

Captain John B. EVANS - 1st Foot Guards - died near Bayonne, 20 May 1814.

Lieutenant John FARQUHARSON - 47th Foot - shot by a Spanish sentry at Cadiz, February 1812.

Lieutenant Charles J. FERGUSON - 3rd Foot - died of illness at Lisbon, 11 March 1811.

Ensign David FIDLOR - 43rd Foot - died at Madrid, 8 September 1812.

Ensign James FIDLOR - 43rd Foot - died of fever at Madrid, 15 December 1812.

Ensign M. FOLEY - 48th Foot - died of illness at Madrid, 5 October 1812.

Ensign Henry FORBES - 68th Foot - died in Portugal, 6 August 1811.

Captain Jephson G. FORTH - 26th Foot - died of fever at Horsham, Essex, 1809
Had returned from Spain.

Lieutenant Thomas FROST - 4th Dragoon Guards - died in the Peninsula, 19 November 1812.

Surgeon Robert GILCHRIST - 11th Light Dragoons - died in Portugal, 25 January 1813.

Ensign John GILES - 11th Foot - died in Lisbon, 2 March 1811.

Ensign James GILFILLAN - 1st Foot - died at Lisbon, 2 March 1811.

Captain Saunders GORE - 94th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 5 January 1814.

Lieutenant Donald GRANT - 42nd Foot - died at Maya, Spain, 6 September 1813.

Lieutenant Thomas W. GRIFFITHS - 3rd Dragoons - died at El Badon, 17 November 1812.

Lieutenant William H. GRUBBE - Royal Horse Guards - died in Spain, 23 September 1813.

Ensign Gordon GUNN - 50th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 14th October 1812.

Lieutenant James HAGGERTY - 5th Foot - died of fever at Ferrain, 31st December 1812.

Lieutenant Thomas HALL - 16th Light Dragoons - died in the Peninsula, 26 September 1813.

Lieutenant R.S. HALLETTS - 52nd Foot - died of illness caught at Ciudad Rodrigo, 5 August 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon Robert HAMILTON - 51st Foot - shot by accident at Llerena, 26 March 1812.

Lieutenant Benjamin HANDLEY - 9th Light Dragoons - drowned boarding a transport at Lisbon, 17 April 1813.

Lieutenant Thomas HARKNESS - 79th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 21 1812 November.

Lieutenant James HARROP - 28th Foot - died at Lisbon, June 1810.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Maundy HARVEY - 79th Foot - died on passage home from Lisbon, 10th June 1813.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Sandwich, Kent -
"To the memory of Willm Maundy Harvey Esq Lieut Colonel of the 79th Regiment of Foot Colonel in the British Army, Brigadier General in the Portugese Service and a Knight Commander of the Portugese Order of the Tower and Sword, he died at sea on his passage home from Lisbon on the 10th of June 1813 aged 38 years and was buried in the Atlantic Ocean in Lat. 45.37 Long. 9.42."

Ensign Alexander HAY - 50th Foot - died of fever at Portalegre, 15 September 1811.

Lieutenant John HEATLY - 83rd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 7 November 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon John HENDERSON - 91st Foot - died in the Peninsula, 25 September 1813.

Ensign Edward HESLEDON - 45th Foot - died on passage to England, 10 February 1814.

Captain Augustus HEYLINGER - 15th Light Dragoons - on passage from Corunna, January 1809.

Lieutenant John HILL - 92nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 23 October 1812.

Captain Thomas HILTON - Royal Waggon Train - died 2 September 1812.

Lieutenant George P. HINCKS - 83rd Foot - died at Salamanca, 28 August 1812.

Captain HOBLYN - 40th Foot - died in Portugal, August/September 1809.

Lieutenant Samuel HOLMES - 4th Dragoons - died in the Peninsula, 25 August 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon Thomas HOYE - Royal Wagon Train - died in the Peninsula, 29 August 1812.

Lieutenant Charles A. HUDDLESTON - 28th Foot - died at Coimbra, 13 December 1812.

Major-General HULSE - died in the Peninsula, 7 September 1812.

Captain George HULTON - 1st Dragoons - died at Tauste, Spain, 26 February 1814.

Assistant-Surgeon John INGLES - 84th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 7 December 1813.

Major John INNES - 94th Foot - died of dysentry at Portsmouth after returning from Cadiz, 27 August 1810.

Ensign D. IRELAND - 87th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 12 November 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon Thomas IRWIN - 30th Foot - died at Portugal, 2 February 1811.

Lieutenant Henry JACKSON - 52nd Foot - died at Lisbon, 22 July 1810.

Lieutenant Edward JEFFREYS - 3rd Dragoon Guards - died in Portugal, 5 September 1811.

Major Richard P. JERVOISE - 1st Dragoons - died in Portugal, 17 September 1811.

Captain George P. JOHNSON - 81st Foot - died of fever in Portugal, March/April 1812.

Lieutenant W. JOHNSTONE - Royal Artillery - drowned while crossing the river Tagus, 15 June 1811.

Cornet William JOHNSTONE - Royal Wagon Train - died at Celorico, Portugal, 3 October 1811.

Lieutenant Bartholomew KEAPPOCK - 95th Foot - died in Portugal, 8 August 1811.

Captain KEITH - 23rd Foot - died in Portugal, 29 August 1811.

Ensign F. KELLY - 30th Foot - died near Celorico, Portugal, 2 December 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon George KING - 74th Foot - died in the Peninsula, January 1813.

Volunteer William KIRBY - died of liver disease at Lisbon, February 1809.

Ensign William KIRKPATRICK - 62nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 10 December 1813.

Ensign Wyndham KNATCHBULL - 1st Foot Guards - died at Spithead on arrival from Spain, 14 October 1813. Memorial at Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth - "Sacred to the memory of Ensign Wyndham Knatchbull late of the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards, second son of Wyndham Knatchbull, Esq. of London by Catherine his wife, daughter of the late Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart. of Mersham Hatch in the County of Kent. He was compelled to quit his regiment on service Spain for the recovery of his health. He died on board His Majesty's Ship 'Dictator' on the 14th day of October 1813 being the day on which the ship arrived at Spithead having at the early age of 18 paid the last tribute of a soldier his remains were interred with military honours in the burial ground adjoining this chapel. A sorrowing father caused this tablet to be placed here in sad remembrance of his irreparable loss and in testimony of the mournful regret of the numerous friends and relatives of the deceased."

Ensign Edward LAMBERT - 1st Foot Guards - died at Cadiz, 1812.

Lieutenant Thomas LAMBERT - 82nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 18 August 1812.

Ensign Frederick LEACROFT - 27th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 30 December 1812.

Lieutenant George LEAH - Royal Artillery - died in Portugal, January 1809.

Captain William F. LEATHAM - 4th Dragoon Guards - died of fever at Elvas, 2 August 1812.

Captain James LECKY - 28th Foot - died in Portugal, 3 February 1811.

Captain George LEFEBURE - Royal Artillery - died in the Peninsula, 22 October 1812.

Captain Frederick LEICESTER - Staff Corps - died in the Peninsula, 16 October 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon John C. LENNY - Royal Artillery - died in Spain, 1813.

Captain Tubal LEWIS - 77th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 29 November 1811.

Captain F. LIVINGSTON - 90th Foot - died in Lisbon, 11 October 1812.

Surgeon Thomas LLOYD - 84th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 14 January 1814.

Ensign MACKEN - 83rd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 12 January 1813.

Staff-Surgeon MACKINTOSH - Medical Department - died in the Peninsula, 10 April 1813.

Lieutenant Peter MAHON - 11th Foot - died at Villa Franche, near Bayonne, 24 February 1814.

Lieutenant John MAJOR - 1st Foot - died in Portugal, 2 September 1810.

Captain Robert H. MALONE - 82nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 30 October 1813.

Captain Thomas MARLOW - 39th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 15 October 1812.

Captain John MARSDEN - 11th Foot - died at Coimbra, 4 August 1810.

Lieutenant George MARSHALL - 92nd Foot - died in the Peninsula, 27 August 1812.

Lieutenant G. MARTIN - Royal Artillery - died in Portugal, 30 August 1811.

Lieutenant John MASSEY - 3rd Dragoons - died in the Peninsula, 2 October 1812.

Assistant-Surgeon MATHEWS - 32nd Foot - died 7 December 1813.

Lieutenant Edward MATHEWS - 9th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 21 September 1812.

Lieutenant Edward MAXWELL - 24th Foot - died in Portugal, 1811.

Lieutenant Charles MAYNE - 43rd Foot - died in Portugal, 22 January 1813.

Assistant-Surgeon John McCALL - 42nd Foot - died of fever at Medina del Campo, 6 August 1812.

Lieutenant R. McCALLY - 45th Foot - died at Lisbon, 17 April 1812.

Captain Neil McGLASHAN - 42nd Foot - died at Lisbon, 9 July 1811.

Ensign McGREGOR - 88th Foot - died at Portugal, 1811.

Assistant-Surgeon John McGREGOR - 77th Foot - died in the Peninsula, 23 January 1814.

Lieutenant John McIVER - 61st Foot - died in the Peninsula, 31 December 1813.

Lieutenant Duncan McLACHLAN - 77th Foot - died in Portugal, 30 August 1811.

Lieutenant Donald McLEOD - 45th Foot - died at Salamanca, 28 August 1812.

Ensign McMILLAN - 63rd Foot (attached Adjutant General's Department) - died in Portugal, 4 August 1811.

Captain Philip MEADOWS - Royal Artillery - died in Portugal, 4 September 1811.

Ensign George MILLAR - 31st Foot - died in the Peninsula, 31 August 1812.

Ensign William MILTON - 32nd Foot - died at Coimbra, 3 October 1811.

Surgeon George MITCHELSON - 44th Foot - died at Lisbon, 25 December 1810.

Assistant-Surgeon John MOONEY - 34th Foot - died of fever at Zafra, 25 July 1812.

2nd Lieutenant Henry J. MOORE - 95th Foot - died in Portugal, 22 November 1811.

Assistant-Surgeon David MORGAN - 50th Foot - died of disease at Coria, Spain, 31 December 1812.

Lieutenant William MORSE - 1st Foot - died in Portugal, 1811.

Lieutenant William MURPHY - 43rd Foot (serving with 8th Portuguese Regiment) - died 7 October 1813.

Lieutenant William H. MURRAY - 1st Foot - drowned while bathing in the river Tagus, Portugal, 7 July 1811.

Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General William MYLER - Commissary Department - died in the Peninsula, 5 January 1814.