French Order-of-Battle at Waterloo: 18 June 1815
If the information of a particular site is too broad, important details (changes in unit commanders due to absence or wounds and/or combat deaths, for example) are omitted. The 1st Infantry Division of Drouet's I Corps is an example of this -- General de Brigade Joachim-Jerome, Baron Quiot du Passage was only the acting commander of the division. In addition, the ranks and/or surnames of several French officers are sometimes confused or misspelled (General de Brigade Francois-Isidore Wathiez should not be confused with General de Division Pierre Watier, Comte de Saint-Alphonse).
The composition of the French artillery has been the subject of much
debate. The total number of guns has commonly been given as 246, but
a final total of 254 appears to be more correct.
L�Armee du Nord: 101 battalions/115 squadrons/254 guns