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Military Subjects: Organization, Strategy & Tactics

British Regiments and the Men Who Led Them 1793-1815: the "Ephemeral Corps" 1793-1796

By Steve Brown

A summary of the short-lived infantry regiments numbered 91st-135th raised after the declaration of war.

Dates of officer’s commissions sometimes differ widely between those reported in Army Lists and those published in the London Gazette; therefore all dates should be treated as approximate.

91st Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1793:

30 October – raised as Campbell's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1794:

10 February - numbered as 91st Regiment of Foot

1794:

September - Belfast

1795:

May – Liskard, Cornwall

1795:

Cape of Good Hope

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

30 October 1793

Colonel J Fletcher Campbell

30 October 1793

Lt Col Duncan Cameron

19 July 1794

Lt Col Martin Hunter

6 June 1795

Lt Col James Wiseman

30 November 1795

Lt Col Edward William Leybourne

1 September 1794

Major Thomas Robinson Grey

20 October 1794

Major William Tomlinson

92nd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1793:

31 December – raised as Hewitt's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1794:

October - numbered as 92nd Regiment of Foot

1794:

1 October - disbanded

 
Senior Officers

1 October 1794

Colonel George Hewitt

31 December 1793

Lt Col George Cockburne

28 October 1795

Lt Col Thomas Pitcairn

31 December 1793

Major William Byng

25 July 1795

Major John Vesey

1 September 1795

Major William McCaskall

 93rd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Sutherland Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1793:

30 October – raised as N. Balfour's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1794:

October - numbered as 93rd Regiment of Foot

1795:

Kinsale

1796:

Dutch West Indies

1796:

August - disbanded; men drafted into 39th Foot in Demerara

 
Senior Officers

30 October 1793

Colonel Nesbitt Balfour

16 August 1794

Colonel Sir Thomas Shirley, Bt.

30 October 1793

Lt Col William St Leger

1 September 1794

Lt Col Thomas Peter

12 January 1795

Lt Col Edward Edwin Colman

1 September 1795

Lt Col Nicholas Nepean

30 September 1795

Lt Col William Gammell

30 October 1793

Major Jeffrey Wheelock

9 December 1795

Major Andrew Hay

9 December 1795

Major Henry Davis

94th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Irish Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

1 October – raised as Hely-Hutchinson's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 94th Regiment of Foot

1794:

Guernsey; Flanders

1795:

Retreat to Bremen; Romsey; Guernsey

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

1 October 1794

Colonel John Hely-Hutchinson

18 September 1794

Lt Col William Gammell

18 September 1794

Major Thomas Cussans

28 May 1794

Major Hugh Lisle Carmichael

23 December 1795

Major Alexander Cosby Jackson

95th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1793:

30 October – raised as Edmeston's Regiment of Foot

1794:

October - numbered as 95th Regiment of Foot

1794:

August – Isle of Man; Dublin

1795:

Cape of Good Hope

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

30 October 1793

Colonel William Edmeston

30 October 1793

Lt Col Charles Green

21 February 1794

Lt Col George Henry Vansittart

2 February 1796

Lt Col Lewis Bayly

30 October 1793

Major John Edwards

2 February 1796

Major Thomas Norton Powlett

2 February 1796

Major James Willcock

96th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Queen’s Royal Irish Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1793:

1 November – raised as Murray's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 96th Regiment of Foot

1794:

San Domingo

1796:

October – disbanded on San Domingo

 
Senior Officers

1 November 1793

Lt Col-Commandant John Murray

July 1794

Major Robert Montgomery

14 October 1794

Major George Jackson

13 December 1794

Major William Brooke

 97th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Inverness-shire Highlanders (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

8 February – raised as Grant's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1794:

October - numbered as 97th Regiment of Foot

1794:

Plymouth; Guernsey

1795:

25 December – disbanded; men drafted into Marines, flank companies to 42nd Foot

 
Senior Officers

8 February 1794

Colonel Sir James Grant, Bt.

29 May 1794

Lt Col Denzil Onslow

16 December 1795

Lt Col William Bain

16 December 1795

Lt Col Patrick Stuart

9 February 1794

Major Daniel Hoghton

16 December 1795

Major John Grant

December 1795

Major Henry Harcourt

16 December 1795

Major Sidney Scroggs

98th Regiment of Foot (see 91st Foot)

Secondary Titles:

Argyllshire Highlanders (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

10 February – raised by Colonel Duncan Campbell of Lochnell

1795:

March - Poole

1795:

May – Cape of Good Hope

1798:

Re-numbered as 91st Foot

99th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

10 February – raised as Douglas's Regiment of Foot

1794:

October - numbered as 99th Regiment of Foot

1795:

September - Dublin; Cork

1796:

San Domingo; Demerara

1796:

August - disbanded; men drafted into 39th Foot in Demerara

 
Senior Officers

10 February 1794

Colonel Stuart Douglas

28 March 1795

Colonel William Gardiner

20 September 1794

Lt Col James Smith Baillie

15 November 1794

Lt Col Christopher Tilson

15 November 1794

Major William Say

16 November 1794

Major Edward Barnes

100th Regiment of Foot (see 92nd Foot)

Secondary Titles:

 

Regimental History

1794:

10 February – raised by Marquis of Huntly in Scotland

1795:

Ireland – New Geneva; Guernsey

1795:

July – Portsmouth; Gibraltar

1796:

Re-numbered as 92nd Foot

101st Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Northern Legion (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

10 March – raised as Fullarton's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 101st Regiment of Foot

1794:

November - Dublin

1795:

Cork; disbanded

 
Senior Officers

10 March 1794

Colonel William Fullarton

22 October 1794

Lt Col Charles Baillie

12 August 1795

Lt Col Edward Corry

102nd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Irish Rangers (unofficial)

Regimental History

1793:

31 October – raised as Trench's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 102nd Regiment of Foot

1795:

Guernsey

1795:

Disbanded - men drafted into 3rd Foot at Southampton

 
Senior Officers

1 September 1795

Colonel-Commandant Eyre Power Trench

16 September 1795

Lt Col Richard Bingham

16 September 1795

Lt Col Joseph French

31 October 1793

Major Marcus Beresford

31 October 1793

Major Hon. George Lowry Cole

16 September 1795

Major George H Mason

16 September 1795

Major Alexander J Coulson

103rd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Loyal Bristol Volunteers (unofficial)

Regimental History

1793:

19 May – raised as Lord Somerset's Regiment of Foot in Bristol

1794:

October - numbered as 103rd Regiment of Foot

1795:

Clonmel; Cork; September - Southampton

1795:

Disbanded - men drafted into 4th Foot and 7th Foot in Canada

 
Senior Officers

21 August 1795

Colonel Lord Charles Somerset

19 May 1794

Lt Col William Dyott

19 May 1794

Lt Col John Whitwell

12 September 1794

Major John Crewe

18 September 1794

Major Frederick Delmé

18 September 1794

Major Robert Dudley Blake

104th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Royal Manchester Volunteers (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

1 April – raised as S. P. de L'Hoste's Regiment of Foot in Manchester

1794:

October - numbered as 104th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Dublin; August - mutinied at Dublin

1796:

February – disbanded; men drafted into various regiments at Cork bound for West Indies

 
Senior Officers

12 August 1795

Lt Col-Commandant Solomon Peter de L’Hoste

18 September 1794

Lt Col Andrew Gammell

18 September 1794

Major Duncan Darroch

 

Major Thomas Bailey

22 January 1795

Major Hon. J. Butler Wandesford

105th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Borough of Leeds Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

18 April – raised as Forbes's Regiment of Foot in Leeds

1794:

October - numbered as 105th Regiment of Foot

1794:

September - Dublin

1795:

Kilkenny; September – mutinied at Cork

1796:

February – disbanded; men drafted into various regiments at Cork bound for West Indies

 
Senior Officers

18 April 1794

Colonel George Forbes

 

Lt Col William Manningham

16 September 1795

Lt Col William Cockell

16 September 1795

Major John Granby Clay

 106th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Royal Norwich Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

17 May – raised as William Bulwer’s Regiment of Foot in Norwich

1794:

October - numbered as 106th Regiment of Foot

1794:

October - Liverpool

1796:

Ireland

1796:

February – disbanded; men drafted into various regiments at Cork bound for West Indies

 
Senior Officers

17 May 1794

Major-Commandant William, Earl Bulwer

 

Colonel James Balfour

 

Lt Col William Whaley

18 September 1794

Lt Col John Delves Broughton

 

Major J Williams

18 September 1794

Major Francis John Wilder

September 1795

Major Charles William Stewart

107th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Royal Hibernian Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

8 April – raised as Keating's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 107th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Cirencester

1795:

Disbanded - men drafted into 53rd Foot & other regiments

 
Senior Officers

8 April 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Maurice Bagenal St Leger Keating

8 April 1794

Lt Col Lambert Theophilus Walpole

8 February 1795

Lt Col Crofton Vandeleur

8 February 1795

Major James Francis Bland

8 February 1795

Major Augustine Fitzgerald

108th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Loyal Greys (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

17 May – raised as Earl of Granard's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 108th Regiment of Foot

1794:

September - Dublin

1794:

October – Bristol; Bath; Southampton

1796:

Disbanded - men drafted into 64th Foot

 
Senior Officers

17 May 1794

Lt Col-Commandant George,  Earl of Granard

17 May 1794

Lt Col Hon. George James Rawdon

1 November 1794

Lt Col Arthur Wolfe

1 November 1794

Major John Murray

1 November 1794

Major Arthur Aylmer

109th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Aberdeenshire Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

17 May – raised as Hay's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1794:

October - numbered as 109th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Jersey

1795:

August – disbanded; men drafted into 53rd Foot at Southampton

 
Senior Officers

1 October 1794

Colonel Alexander Hay

2 April 1794

Lt Col Erskine Fraser

19 September 1795

Lt Col Peter Garden

 

Major Thomas Philip Ainslie

110th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

6 June – raised as O'Donnell's Regiment of Foot

1794:

October - numbered as 110th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

6 June 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Hugh O’Donnell

31 December 1794

Lt Col John Taubman

24 September 1794

Major Hon. Robert Clive

111th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Loyal Birmingham Volunteers (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

30 May – raised as Robert's Regiment of Foot in Birmingham

1794:

October - numbered as 111th Regiment of Foot

1794:

Dublin

1795:

August - mutinied at Dublin

1796:

February – disbanded; men drafted into various regiments at Cork bound for West Indies

 
Senior Officers

1 September 1795

Colonel Thomas Roberts

19 September 1794

Lt Col Peter John James Dutens

February 1795

Lt Col Hon. Henry Windsor

1 September 1795

Lt Col Richard Thomas Nelson

19 September 1794

Major William Henry Pringle

112th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

21 July – raised as Lord Donoughmore's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 112th Regiment of Foot

1794:

Dublin; Isle of Man

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

21 July 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Richard, Viscount Donoughmore

24 August 1795

Lt Col Stephen Trotter

19 September 1795

Lt Col John Lee

7 October 1794

Major Hon. Lorenzo Hely-Hutchinson

24 August 1795

Major Samuel Wakefield Robinson

113th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

30 May – raised as MacDonnell's Regiment of Foot

1794:

October - numbered as 113th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Limerick

1795:

September – mutinied at Cork

1796:

February – disbanded; men drafted into various regiments at Cork bound for West Indies

 
Senior Officers

30 May 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Archibald J MacDonnell

18 September 1794

Lt Col William Gammell

18 September 1794

Lt Col Robert Macfarlane

18 September 1794

Major James Kempt

19 September 1794

Major John Grey

114th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

 

Regimental History

1794:

9 April – raised as Viscount Landaff's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1794:

October - numbered as 114th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

9 April 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Francis, Earl Landaff

9 April 1794

Lt Col Hon. Francis Mathew

13 September 1794

Lt Col Hon. Montagu Mathew

19 August 1795

Major Boyle Travers

115th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Prince William’s Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

2 May – raised as Prince William's Regiment of Foot

1794:

October - numbered as 115th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

2 May 1794

Colonel HRH Prince William

2 May 1794

Lt Col Brent Spencer

February 1795

Lt Col Thomas Saunders Sebright

June 1795

Lt Col Alexander Baillie

September 1795

Lt Col Miles Nightingall

18 September 1794

Major Arthur Robert Dillon

18 September 1794

Major John Henry Loft

 

Major James Barrington

16 September 1795

Major Thomas Gerard Elrington

116th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Perthshire Highlanders (unofficial)

Regimental History

1793:

12 October – raised as Alexander Campbell's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1795:

May - numbered as 116th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Cork

1795:

Disbanded; men drafted into 42nd Foot

 
Senior Officers

12 October 1793

Colonel Alexander Campbell

1 September 1795

Lt Col Sir Charles Ross, Bt.

117th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

22 August – raised as St John's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 117th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

21 August 1795

Colonel Hon. Frederick St John

22 August 1794

Lt Col George Porter

February 1795

Major John Isaac

4 April 1795

Major John Popham Watson

118th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Fingal Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

10 July – raised as Talbot's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1795:

May - numbered as 118th Regiment of Foot

1795:

May – Poole; Portsmouth; service as marines

1795:

25 October – disbanded; men drafted into 86th Foot on Isle of Wight

 
Senior Officers

22 July 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Richard Wogan Talbot

1 September 1794

Lt Col Robert Montgomery

24 September 1794

Major John Taubman

 

Major Lord Charles Townsend

119th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

29 May – raised as Rochfort's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 119th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

29 May 1794

Lt Col-Commandant John Rochfort

6 March 1795

Lt Col Thomas Brownrigg

August 1794

Major Stafford Lightburne

120th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Shropshire Volunteers (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

27 August – raised as Williams Regiment of Foot in Shrewsbury

1795:

May - numbered as 120th Regiment of Foot

1795:

October - Worcester

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

27 August 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Henry Williams

3 February 1795

Lt Col Francis Thomas Hammond

4 April 1795

Lt Col Alexander Wood

4 April 1795

Major Francis Elrington

121st Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

County Clare Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

10 June – raised as Macnamara's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1795:

May - numbered as 121st Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland; taken POW by French when ship captured

1795:

POWs released; 25 October – men drafted into 86th Foot on Isle of Wight

 
Senior Officers

10 June 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Francis Macnamara

10 June 1794

Major Charles Macdonald

September 1794

Major Sir William Lowther

12 November 1794

Major Richard Sherlock

26 November 1794

Major Henry Zouch

December 1794

Major Lord Donoughmore

9 September 1795

Major John R Broadhead

122nd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

25 December – raised as Stratford's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 122nd Regiment of Foot

1795:

Dublin

1796:

August – disbanded; Stratford court-martialled and dismissed

 
Senior Officers

25 July 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Hon. John Stratford

 

Lt Col-Commandant Hon. Robert Ward

26 November 1794

Lt Col Hon. George Lowry Cole

25 March 1795

Lt Col Daniel Henry Shaw

12 August 1795

Lt Col Alexander Graham

October 1794

Major Charles Rawdon

10 March 1795

Major Hon. William Lumley

123rd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Loyal Lincolnshire Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

22 August – raised as Letherland's Regiment of Foot in Lincolnshire

1795:

May - numbered as 123rd Regiment of Foot

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

22 August 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Edward Letherland

22 August 1794

Lt Col Thomas Baker

1795

Major William Pearce

124th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Waterford Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

11 August – raised as Beresford's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1795:

May - numbered as 124th Regiment of Foot

1795:

September - disbanded

 
Senior Officers

11 August 1794

Lt Col-Commandant William Carr Beresford

11 August 1794

Major Richard Lee

11 August 1794

Major John Podmore

21 October 1795

Major Hon. George Creighton

125th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Stamford Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

28 August – raised as Treen's Regiment of Foot in Lincolnshire

1795:

May - numbered as 125th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

28 August 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Newton Treen

13 October 1794

Lt Col Hon. George Hanger

22 July 1795

Lt Col John Crewe

13 October 1794

Major Francis Stewart

126th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

26 April – raised as Earl of Mountnorris's Regiment of Foot in Ireland

1795:

May - numbered as 126th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

26 April 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Arthur Annesley, Earl of Mountnorris

26 April 1794

Lt Col Hon. William Stapleton

26 November 1794

Lt Col Gonville Bromhead

26 November 1794

Major Leonard Shafto Orde

127th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

16 April – raised as Cradock's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 127th Regiment of Foot

1794:

September - Dublin

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

16 April 1795

Colonel John Francis Cradock

20 December 1794

Lt Col Hon. Robert King

128th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

4 October – raised as Ogle's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 128th Regiment of Foot

1795:

July – Portsmouth; Gibraltar

1796:

Disbanded in Gibraltar

 
Senior Officers

4 October 1794

Lt Col-Commandant John Ogle

20 December 1794

Lt Col Francis Moore

8 December 1794

Major Phineas Riall

129th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Gentlemen of Coventry Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1793:

1 September – raised as Troughton's Regiment of Foot in Coventry

1795:

May - numbered as 129th Regiment of Foot

1795:

July – Portsmouth; Gibraltar

1796:

Disbanded in Gibraltar

 
Senior Officers

9 May 1795

Lt Col-Commandant William Troughton

9 May 1795

Lt Col Richard Fleming

130th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

18 April – raised as Pigot's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 130th Regiment of Foot

1795:

September – Jamaica; San Domingo

1796:

Disbanded in San Domingo

 
Senior Officers

12 June 1794

Lt Col-Commandant George Pigot

19 March 1796

Lt Col George Meyrick

15 June 1795

Major George Gosselin

19 March 1796

Major Robert Pigot

131st Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1793:

3 December – raised as Fox's Regiment of Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 131st Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

3 December 1793

Col-Commandant Hon. Edward Fox

23 June 1795

Colonel Lowther Pennington

3 December 1793

Lt Col Benjamin Fish

3 December 1793

Major William Braban

1794

Major Oliver Lambert

5 October 1795

Major James Boys

132nd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Royal Wakefield Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

11 September – raised as Cameron's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1795:

April - Huddersfield

1795:

May - numbered as 132nd Regiment of Foot

1796:

Disbanded; men drafted into 42nd Foot

 
Senior Officers

11 September 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Duncan Cameron

16 September 1795

Lt Col Leonard Shafto Orde

11 September 1794

Major Charles Campbell

133rd Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Highland Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

22 August – raised as Fraser's Regiment of Foot in Scotland

1795:

May - numbered as 133rd Regiment of Foot

1795:

July – Fort St George; Gravesend

1795:

August – disbanded; men drafted into 42nd Foot

 
Senior Officers

22 August 1794

Colonel Simon Fraser

1795

Major Lewis Bruce

134th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

(none)

Regimental History

1794:

7 November – raised as Baillie's Regiment of Foot in Ireland from 2/83rd Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 134th Regiment of Foot

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

7 November 1794

Lt Col Mathew Baillie

1794

Major William Maxwell

19 August 1795

Major Roger Coghlan

29 July 1796

Major Frederick Philipse Robinson

135th Regiment of Foot

Secondary Titles:

Limerick Regiment (unofficial)

Regimental History

1794:

3 July – raised as Hunt's Regiment of Foot in Ireland from 2/83rd Foot

1795:

May - numbered as 135th Regiment of Foot

1795:

Ireland

1796:

Disbanded

 
Senior Officers

3 July 1794

Lt Col-Commandant Sir Vere Hunt, Bt.

November 1794

Lt Col James Thewles

26 November 1794

Lt Col Marcus Beresford

3 July 1794

Major Francis Moore

November 1794

Major Nathaniel Massey

26 December 1794

Major William Roberts

 

Sources:

War Office. Army Lists 1794 to 1815. London: various years.

McKenna, Michael G. The British Army – And Its Regiments and Battalions. West Chester, Ohio: The Nafziger Collection. 2004.

London Gazette Website. October 2010.

17th-18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers. October 2010. Private subscription.

 

Placed on the Napoleon Series: April 2011

 

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