French Numbered Infantry Regiments At Borodino, 5 - 7 September 1812
By Eman M. Vovsi, New York
Legend: * wounded; n/a – no information available
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 Replaced by the Imperial Guard General of brigade Boyer de Rebeval, for the period 7 – 27 September.
 Replaced by General of brigade J.-P. Friederich, promoted to General of Division, 23 September; official commander since.
 Promoted to General of division 23 September.
 Heavily wounded, Dessaix didn’t return to his division; he was appointed governor of Berlin, where he arrived 3 December.
 Replaced by Colonel J.-F. Lejeune, 10 September; further promoted to General of Brigade, 23 September.
 Replaced by T.-P Nagle, Colonel-major of the 4th Voltigeurs of the Imperial Guard; promoted to General of Brigade, 11 October.
 C ommandant Legion of Honor, by decree of 11 October.
 Promoted to General of brigade 29 September. By the same decree new Colonel Ricard Je. was appointed regimental commander.
 Wounded at Smolensk, was not present at the Moscowa
 Promoted to General of brigade 23 September. New Colonel was appointed – Auguste C.-J. Quandalle
 Transferred from the 3rd brigade. Since 23 September. employed as assistant commander of the 2nd Division. Original brigade’s commander General Grandeau was promoted to General of division after Smolensk where he was wounded; was not present at the Moscowa.
 Original commander Colonel Noos got ill and was sent to Danzig and therefore didn’t take part at the Moscowa. Major Brice was promoted to Colonel and appointed regimental commander on 25 September.
 New Colonel was appointed - de Fezensac R.-A.-P.-J (1784-1867), 11 September.
 In stead of General of Brigade Desailly, who was wounded at Valoutina and didn’t take part in the Battle at the Moscowa.
 Effective 20 August., chef de Battalion Garnier was appointed as new major of the regiment, 23 September.
 Promoted to General of Division, 23 September.
 Substituted General Gerard since 19 August., also commanded regiment; Comm. Legion of Honor, 11 October., baron de l’Emperie, 16 October.
 Wounded at Schewardino, he didn’t take part at the Moscowa
 Promoted to General of brigade 23 September., to replace General Bonamy who was taken prisoner. New Colonel, Ramand, was appointed 12 October.
 Promoted to General of Brigade 8 October.
 Killed 24 October at Malo-Jaroslavetz
 Promoted to General of Brigade 8 October, died 29 December 1812. By the same decree Pelet was appointed new Colonel
 Promoted to General of brigade 21 September.
 Temporarily commanded division replacing General Compans, for the period 7 September – 9 October.
 Original commander, Colonel Lannier was wounded on 26 July at Ostrovno and evacuated towards the depot.
 Commandant Legion of Honor 26 August.
 Original commander, General Brun was appointed a garrison commander first at Pillay, then Grodno.
 Officer of Legion of Honor in Moscow; he died of wounds at Kovno, 10 December.
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