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Re: French/Polish/British slodiers killed at Waterloo
Posted by: Neil B (ID *****3581) Date: August 01, 2007 at 11:19:45
In Reply to: Re: French/Polish/British slodiers killed at Waterloo by Marie Marshall of 206

The most famous contribution of the KGL was the defence of La Haye Sainte in the front centre of the Allied position.

Perhaps reading an account of the battle would help:
http://www.britishbattles.com/waterloo/waterloo-june-1815.htm

Here are some random British casualty names. Let me know if you want more.

Pte Richard Baker - All 1st Life Guards
Pte Joseph Bradley
Pte Hugh McLean
Pte Christopher Potter
Pte James Farney
Pte John Gill
Pte Joseph Oates
Cpl Thomas Wharrie
Pte John Stephenson
Pte John Higginson
Cpl James Knowles

Pte Anthony Grogan - All 52nd Light Infantry
Pte Patrick Delaney
Pte Henry Woodland
Pte John Conroy
Pte Andrew Milton
Sgt William Bushell
Cpl Samuel Collis
Pte Hugh Dorning
Cpl William Withall
Pte Richard Bence
Pte Thomas Vittey

Pte Alexander Lindsay - All 1/95th Rifles
Pte Bernard McConnell
Pte James Burton
Pte Moses Blythen
Sgt Matthew Allison
Pte Thomas Connelly
Sgt Anthony Hufton
Pte Henry Matson
Sgt David Walsh

There's 30-odd from 3 regiments. That OK or any more needed?




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