Captain John P. Elige - Royal Artillery - killed at the siege of the Forts at Salamanca - 18-24th June 1812
Ensign Henry Elwin - 2/44th Foot - wounded near Villa Muriel, 25th September 1812. died 14th November at Ciudad Rodrigo.
Volunteer Enright - 1/94th Foot - killed at Vittoria - 21st June 1813
Captain Gasper Erck - 7th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811
Captain Alexander Eustace - 20th Light Dragoons - wounded at Vimeiro, 21st August 1808. died at Lisbon, 15th january 1809. Son of Lieutenant-General Eustace.
Ensign Edward Evans - 38th Foot - killed in the storming of Badajoz - 6th April 1812
Captain John Evans - 24th Foot - wounded at Talavera, 28th July 1809. died 31st July.
Lieutenant Walter Ewart - 36th Foot - wounded at Salamanca, 22nd April 1812. died 27th July.
Lieutenant Daniel Ewing - 74th Foot - wounded at Orthes, 27th February 1814. died 2nd March.
Gervase Anthony Eyre - 1st Foot Guards - killed at Barossa - 5th
Lieutenant Edward Fairtlough - 5th Foot - killed in the siege of Badajoz - 24th March 1812
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Fane - 2/59th Foot - died of wounds at Vittoria - 21st June 1813.
Lieutenant George A. S. Fane - 59th Foot - killed in the storming of San Sebastian - 31st August 1813
Lieutenant Donald Farquharson - 1/42nd Foot - died of wounds at Toulouse - 10th April 1814
Captain Samuel Favell - 61st Foot - died of wounds at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812
Ensign William Anthony Favell - 1/61st Foot - wounded at Toulouse, 10th April 1814. died 24th July.
Captain Ralph Fawcett - 57th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811
Jones Fawson - 4th Foot - killed storming San Sebastian - 31st
Son of Capt Jones Fawson, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Fearon - 31st Foot - wounded 15th February 1814. died next day.
Served with the 6th Cacadores, (Portuguese Army).
Lieutenant Joseph Fenwick - 3rd Foot - killed at Obidas - 10th December 1810
Captain Dugald Ferguson - 2/95th Foot - wounded at Salamanca, 22nd July 1812. died 16th August.
Captain Andrew Fernie - 1/7th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 28th July 1813
Lieutenant Jones Ferris - 2/83rd Foot - killed at Fuentes de Onoro - 5th May 1811
Ensign Frederick Finucane - 1/68th Foot - killed at Salamanca - 22nd July 1812
2nd Lieutenant Walter Firman - 3/95th Foot - injured at Salamanca, 13th November 1812. died 15th November.
Ensign Robert Uniacke Fitzgerald - 32nd Foot - killed at the siege of the Forts at Salamanca - 25-27th June 1812
Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Fletcher - Royal Engineers - killed storming San Sebastian - 31st August 1813. Aged 44.
Lieutenant Francis Flood - 1/88th Foot - killed at Talavera - 28th July 1809
Ensign George Folliett - 1/43rd Foot - died of wounds at San Sebastain, 31st August 1813.
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Forbes - 1/45th Foot - killed at Toulouse - 10th April 1814
Captain Alexander Fordyce - 81st Foot - killed at Talavera - 27th July 1809
Lieutenant William Forester - Royal Engineers - died of wounds at the siege of Badajoz - 6-11th June 1811.
Cornet W. H. Foster - 18th Light Dragoons - wounded at Vittoria, 21st June 1813. died of wounds
Captain John Fothergill - 2/59th Foot - wounded at San Sebastian, 31st August 1813. died 1st September. Aged 23.
Lieutenant Robert J. Fowler - 7th Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812
Lieutenant Arthur Fox - 3rd Dragoon Guards - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811
Charles James Fox - 66th Foot - killed at Busaco - 27th September
Served with the 16th Portuguese Line.
Lieutenant Humphrey Fox - 1/71st Foot - wounded and died at Vittoria, 21st June 1813.
Ensign Alexander Fraser - 1/52nd Foot - wounded at the Bidassoa, 7-9th October 1813. died at Beara, 20th October. Aged 18. son of Captain John Fraser, Royal Artillery. Brother of James Fraser.
Lieutenant Archibald Fraser - 1/79th Foot - wounded at Fuentes de Onoro, 5th May 1811. Died in Portugal, 15th September 1811.
Lieutenant Erskine Alexander Fraser - 1/9th Foot - killed storming San Sebastian - 31st August 1813
James Baillie Fraser - 1/7th Foot - killed in the Pyrenees - 28th
Aged 20. Son of Captain John Fraser, Royal Artillery. Brother of Alexander Fraser.
Lieutenant John Fraser - 1/4th Foot - wounded at Nive - 9th December 1813. died of wounds
Major Thomas Fraser - 3/1st Foot - killed at the siege of San Sebastian - 25th July 1813
Freer - 1/43rd Foot - killed at Nivelle - 10th November 1813.
Aged 19. Son of Thomas Freer, of Leicestershire.
Lieutenant George Fraser Freeze - 2/59th Foot - wounded storming San Sebastian - 31st August 1813. died 5th September. Aged 22.
Captain William Fry French - wounded storming Badajoz, 6th April 1812. died 12th April.
Captain George Fry - 2/83rd Foot - killed storming Badajoz - 6th April 1812
Furnace - 29th Foot - killed at Albuera - 16th May 1811.
His brothers also served. Lieut. Norbury Furance was wounded at Salamanca and at Toulouse with the 61st Foot. See William Furance.
Captain William Furnace - 1/61st Foot - killed at Nivelle - 10th November 1813. Brother of the above.
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