British Generals of the Napoleonic Wars  1793-1815

British Generals of the Napoleonic Wars  1793-1815
O'Loghlin, Terence O'Bryan

By: Ron McGuigan

 

O'Loghlin, Terence O'Bryan (1764?- 15 August 1843)

Sometimes as O’Loughlin.

Ensign 45th Foot 1782,  Half-pay 1785-1787, Ensign 27th Foot 1787, Lieutenant 27th Foot 1789, Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant 1st Life Guards 1793, Lieutenant 1st Life Guards 1793, Lieutenant 7th Light Dragoons 1794, Lieutenant 1st Life Guards 1794, Captain-Lieutenant 7th Light Dragoons 1795,  Major 14th Light Dragoons 1799, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel 1801, Major and Lieutenant Colonel 1st Life Guards 1801, Lieutenant Colonel 1st Life Guards 1808, Brevet Colonel 1808, Major General 1812, Lieutenant General 1825.

Early Service: Flanders 1794 and wounded, Aide de Camp Ireland 1795-1796.  On Home Staff 1812.

Peninsular War: Appointed to command Household Cavalry Brigade 1812 but never joined and resigned appointment October 1812 due to ill health. Re-appointed to command Household Cavalry Brigade September/October 1813-April 1814.

Other Service: On Home Staff  1815.

 

Placed on the Napoleon Series: February 2009

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