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French Order-of-Battle at Waterloo: 18 June 1815
The Imperial Guard

By Stephen Millar


Imperial Guard: 22 battalions/20 squadrons/104 guns*

a) Mortier, Marshal Adolphe-Edouard-Casimir-Joseph, Duc de Trevise (not present on 18 June)
b) Drouot, General de Division Antoine, Comte (Chief-of-Staff and acting corps commander)
Desvaux De Saint-Maurice, General de Division Jean-Jacques, Baron (Artillery)
Lallemand, General de Brigade Henry-Dominique, Baron (Old Guard Foot Artillery Regiment)
Duchand de Sancy, Major Jean-Baptiste, Baron (Old Guard Horse Artillery Regiment) Haxo, General de Division Francois-Nicolas, Baron (Engineers)
Neigre, General de Division Gabriel, Baron (Artillery Park)
Dyonnet, Captaine (1 sqn/Gendarmes d’Elite)

Foot Grenadiers: 7 battalions/16 guns

Colonel: Friant, General de Division Louis, Comte
Colonel-en-Second: Roguet, General de Division Francois, Comte

1st Foot Grenadier Regiment (2 battalions)

Petit, General de Brigade Jean-Martin, Baron

2nd Foot Grenadier Regiment (2 battalions)

Christiani, General de Brigade Joseph, Baron

3rd Foot Grenadier Regiment (2 battalions)

Poret de Morvan, General de Brigade Paul-Jean-Baptiste, Baron

4th Foot Grenadier Regiment (1 battalion)

Harlet, General de Brigade Louis, Baron

5 Old Guard Foot Artillery Company

Resigny (8 guns)

6 Auxiliary Foot Artillery Company

Autric (8 guns)

Foot Chasseurs: 7 battalions/16 guns

Colonel: Morand, General de Division Charles-Antoine-Louis-Alexis, Comte
Colonel-en-Second: Michel, General de Division Claude-Etienne, Comte

1st Foot Chasseur Regiment (2 battalions)

Cambronne, General de Brigade Pierre-Jacques-Etienne, Comte

2nd Foot Chasseur Regiment (2 battalions)

Pelet-Clozeau, General de Brigade Jean-Jacques-Germain, Chevalier

3rd Foot Chasseur Regiment (2 battalions)

Malet, Colonel Antoine-Anselme, Chevalier

4th Foot Chasseur Regiment (1 combined battalion)

Henrion, General de Brigade Christophe, Baron

6 Old Guard Foot Artillery Company

Jacques (8 guns)

Auxiliary Foot Artillery Company

Bernard (8 guns)

Young Guard: 8 battalions/16 guns

Duhesme, General de Division Philbert-Guillaume, Comte

Young Guard Division

Barrois, General de Division Pierre, Comte

1 Infantry Brigade

Chartrand, General de Brigade Jean-Hyacinthe-Sebastien

1st Tirailleur Regiment (2 battalions)

Trappier de Malcolm, Colonel Jacques-Elisee, Baron

1st Voltigeur Regiment (2 battalions)

Secretan, Colonel Antoine-Joseph, Baron

2 Infantry Brigade

Guye, General de Brigade Nicolas-Philippe, Baron

3rd Tirailleur Regiment (2 battalions)

Pailhes, Colonel Antoine, Baron

3rd Voltigeur Regiment (2 battalions)

Hurel, Colonel Francois-Alexandre, Baron

7 Auxiliary Foot Artillery Company

Cre’Aach (8 guns)

8 Auxiliary Foot Artillery Company

Charbonier (8 guns)

Guard Light Cavalry Division: 10 squadrons/12 guns

Lefebvre-Desnoettes, General de Division Charles, Comte

Chasseur-à-Cheval Regiment (5 sqns)

Lallemand, General de Brigade Francois-Antoine, Baron

Combined Horse Lancer Regiment (5 sqns)

Colbert de Chabanais, General de Division Pierre-David (dit Eduoard) Baron

1 sqn/1st Chevau-Legers-Lanciers Regiment

Jerzmanowski, Major Jean-Paul

4 sqns/2nd Chevau-Legers-Lanciers Regiment

Dubois, Major Charles-Marie-Joseph

1 Old Guard Horse Artillery Company

Favier (6 guns)

2 Old Guard Horse Artillery Company

Nasse (6 guns)

Guard Heavy Cavalry Division: 9 squadrons/12 guns

Guyot, General de Division Claude-Etienne, Baron

Horse Grenadier Regiment (5 sqns)

Jamin de Bermuy, General de Brigade Jean-Baptiste-Auguste-Marie, Marquis

Empress Dragoon Regiment (4 sqns)                      

a) Ornano, General de Division Philippe-Antoine, Comte (not present during campaign; replaced)

b) Letort de Lorville, General de Brigade Louis-Michel, Comte (mortally-wounded on 15 June)

c) Hoffmayer, Colonel Laurent, Baron

3 Old Guard Horse Artillery Company

Branville (6 guns)

4 Old Guard Horse Artillery Company

Barbarin (6 guns)

Reserve Artillery: 32 guns

1 Old Guard Foot Artillery Company

Marion (12-pdr/8 guns)

2 Old Guard Foot Artillery Company

Radet (12-pdr/8 guns)

3 Old Guard Foot Artillery Company

Tessier (12-pdr/8 guns)

4 Old Guard Foot Artillery Company

Gaubert (12-pdr/8 guns)

Notes:

*One auxiliary horse artillery battery was attached to VI Corps. The auxiliary batteries were manned by troops from 2 Battalion/1 Regiment/La Corps des Canonniers de la Marine.

 

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