Research Subjects: Eyewitness Accounts

British Memoirs of the Napoleonic Wars: the Cavalry Regiments

By Robert Burnham

1st Life Guards

Coulter, Richard. "Letter to His Cousin dated 20 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 35 - 37

Notes: was a corporal at Waterloo. Horse was killed and he was wounded in hand and serious contusions in left arm. Great description of being trapped under his horse.

Ferrior, Samuel. "Letter to His Brother Ben Ferrior, dated 7 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 18 - 22

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commanded the regiment at Waterloo, where he was killed.

James, John H. Surgeon James’ Journal: 1815. Jane Vansittart (ed.). London: Cassell; 1964. 175 pages.

Notes: was Assistant Surgeon.

James, John H. "Waterloo Letter" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 6 - 11.

Notes: was Assistant Surgeon.

Kelly, Edward. "Twelve Letters Written between 3 May and 9 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 21 - 35

Notes: was a captain; wounded in the right leg at Waterloo; all but one letter was written to his wife, Maria.

Randall, George. "Letter # 17, dated 7 December1834 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 45

Notes: was a lieutenant at Waterloo.

Stansfield, George. "Letters #9 and 12 to the family of Henry Willis dated 3 September 1813" in Willis, Henry. The Letters of Private Henry Willis: 1st Regiment of Life Guards, 1807 - 14. Gareth Glover (ed.). Huntingdon: Ken Trotman, 2017. Pages 29 - 32 and 34 - 35

Notes: was a soldier in Henry Willis' regiment; covers his death and disposition of personal possessions. Letter #12 is mislabeled.

Towers, Joseph. "Letter #13 to the family of Henry Willis dated 3 September 1813" in Willis, Henry. The Letters of Private Henry Willis: 1st Regiment of Life Guards, 1807 - 14. Gareth Glover (ed.). Huntingdon: Ken Trotman, 2017. Pages 37 - 38

Notes: was the Quartermaster of the 1st Life Guards; covers the disposition of Henry Willis' personal possessions.

Whale, John. "Memoirs as told to His Daughter Augusta" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 32 - 34

Notes: was a captain.

Willis, Henry. The Letters of Private Henry Willis: 1st Regiment of Life Guards, 1807 - 14. Gareth Glover (ed.). Huntingdon: Ken Trotman, 2017. 40 pages.

Notes: Letters #7, 8, and 9 cover his time in the Peninsula. He fell from his horse on 29 June 1813 and shattered his leg. He died of a fever, possibly gangrene.

2nd Life Guards

Broughton, Samuel D. Letters from Portugal, Spain & France 1812 - 1814. Stroud: Nonsuch, 2005. 192 pages.

Notes: was a surgeon; November 1812 - July 1814.

Elliott, William. "Letter # 19, dated 24 January 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 46 - 47

Notes: was a lieutenant at Waterloo.

Lord, Joseph. "Letters to his wife, dated 3 July and 8 August 1815 " in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 12 -18.

Notes: was a private.

Lygon, Edward P. "Letter # 18, dated 11 September 1839" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 45 - 46

Notes: was a major and commanded the regiment at Waterloo.

Marten, Thomas. "Waterloo Letters #26 and 27, dated 5 December 1834 and 23 February 1823 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 53 - 55

Notes: was a 17 year old cornet at Waterloo.

Marten, Thomas, "Letters # 21, 22, 23, and 24 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 48 - 52

Notes: was a 17 year old cornet at Waterloo; Letter #23 was from William Siborne to him.

McInnes, Alexander. "Letter # 25, dated 4 December 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 53 - 54

Notes: was a cornet at Waterloo.

Playford, Thomas, A Lifeguardsman at Waterloo. Godmanchester: Ken Trotman; 2006. 90 pages.

Notes: was a private; joined 2nd Lifeguards 1810

Playford, Thomas. "Waterloo Memoirs" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 34 - 48.

Notes: from the above book.

Sutcliffe, Thomas. "Letters #10 and 12 to the family of Henry Willis dated 3 September 1813" in Willis, Henry. The Letters of Private Henry Willis: 1st Regiment of Life Guards, 1807 - 14. Gareth Glover (ed.). Huntingdon: Ken Trotman, 2017. Pages 31 - 32 and 34 - 35

Notes: Letter concerns the disposition of Private Henry Willis', 1st Life Guards,' personal possessions.

Waymouth, Samuel. "Waterloo Letters # 19 - 25, various dates" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 42 - 53

Notes: was a lieutenant, wounded and captured by cuirassiers at Waterloo.

Waymouth, Samuel. "Letter # 20" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 47

Notes: was a lieutenant, wounded and captured by cuirassiers at Waterloo.

Royal Horse Guards

Bingham, Thomas. "Letter to His Siblings dated 4 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 37 - 38

Notes: was at Waterloo.

Bingley, John. "Two Letters to His Father dated 17 May and 13 August 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 39 - 41

Notes: was a private in H Troop and seriously wounded at Waterloo.

Clayton, William R. "Letter # 26, dated 9 November 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 54 - 55

Notes: was a captain at Waterloo.

Elley, John."Letter # 4" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 30 -31

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and the Deputy Adjutant General at Waterloo.

Elley, John. "Letter to Lieutenant Colonel Hawkshaw" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 11 - 12.

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel in the Royal Horse Guards and a Deputy Adjutant General at Waterloo. Covers French cavalry charge, especially Wellington's thoughts about preparing for it. Letter was based on "notes by Dr Jebb, Bishop of Limerick who had them direct from Sir John Elley."

Hill, Clement. "Waterloo Letter #28, dated 14 July 1841" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 55 - 56

Notes: was a captain and brother of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Hill, who commanded the regiment at Waterloo.

Lennox, WIlliam P. "Waterloo Letter #17, dated 22 February 1843" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 35 - 39

Notes: was a cornet in the Royal Horse Guards and an extra aide-de-camp to General Maitland.

Slow, David. "Letter to His Sisters" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 37 - 38

Notes: was regimental surgeon at Waterloo.

1st King's Dragoon Guards

Dawson, George L. "Letter # 11 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 37

Notes: was a captain in the 1st Dragoon Guards; was an assistant quartermaster general at Waterloo.

Elton, William. "Letter, dated 15 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 49 - 51

Notes: was a captain.

Hasker, Thomas. "Waterloo Letters" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 18-22

Notes: was a private.

Hibbert, John. Waterloo Letters: the 1815 Letters of Lieutenant John Hibbert 1st King's Dragoon Guards. Gareth Glover (ed.) Huntington: Ken Trotman, 2007. 32 pages.

Hibbert, John. "Five Letters Home dated between 1 June and 25 October 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 36 -51

Notes: was a lieutenant at Waterloo

Naylor, James. "Memoirs" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 42 - 43

Notes: was a captain and troop commander; wounded in the right leg at Waterloo

Nayor, James. The Waterloo Diary of Captain James Naylor, 1st King's Dragoon Guards. Gareth Glover (ed.). Godmanchester: Ken Trotman, 2008. 30 pages.

Notes: Commanded 3rd Troop of the regiment at Waterloo, where he was wounded.

Page, James. "Journal" Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 22 - 24.

Notes: Was troop sergeant major.

Stanley, Charles. "Letter to His Cousin Christopher Alvey, dated 15 May 1815" Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 24 - 26

Notes: was a private in the King's Troop and was killed at Waterloo.

Stubbins, John. "Letter to His Father" Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Page 24

Notes: was a corporal but promoted to sergeant on the field of Waterloo.

Wallace, Robert. "Waterloo Letter #22, dated 19 November 1834" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 56 - 59

Notes: was a captain.

5th Dragoon Guards

Gallagher, Samuel. The Journal of Trooper Samuel Gallagher, 5th Dragoon Guards in Spain, Portugal and France, 1810-1815. Godmanchester: Ken Trotman, 2017. 112 pages.

Notes: went to Portugal in August 1811. Was a corporal at Salamanca and participated in General Le Marchant's charge, where he was wounded. Was promoted to sergeant in July 1813, but reduced to private in June 1814. He transferred to the 10th Hussars on 23 June 1815. Was not at Waterloo, but was in the Army of Occupation of France.

6th Dragoon Guards

Cathcart, George. "Waterloo Letters #15 & 16, dated 13 April and 24 December 1835" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 32 - 35

Notes: was a lieutenant in the 6th Dragoon Guards and an extra aide-de-camp to Wellington during the Waterloo Campaign.

1st Royal Dragoons

Burroughs, George Frederick. A Narrative of the Retreat of the Army from Burgos in a Series of Letters with an Introductory Sketch of the Campaign of 1812 and Military Character of the Duke of Wellington Cambridge: Ken Trotman Military Monographs; 2004. 59 pages.

Was the assistant surgeon. First published in 1814.

Clark-Kennedy, Alexander. "Waterloo Letters # 34 - 39, various dates" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 65 - 78

Notes: was a captain, commanded 8th Troop, and squadron commander at Waterloo, where he captured the Eagle of the 105th Line Regiment. The account of the capture is in Letter #37 (pages 74 - 76).

Clark-Kennedy, Alexander. Letter to His Sister Jane dated 26 June 1715" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 52 - 53

Notes: was a captain, commanded 8th Troop, and squadron commander at Waterloo, where he captured the Eagle of the 105th Line Regiment; was wounded twice and had two horses killed under him at Waterloo.

Clifton, Arthur B. "Letter # 27, dated 22 December 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 56

Notes: was a major at Waterloo.

Critchley, Thomas. Letter, dated 24 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 53 - 54

Notes: was a sergeant in Captain Phipps 5th Troop, 1st Royal Dragoons.

Dorville, Philip. "Letter # 28, dated 15 November 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 57

Notes: was a major at Waterloo.

Gunning, George. "Letter to the Editor of the Cheltenham Chronicle undated" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 53 - 59

Notes: was a lieutenant at Waterloo. Gives a good account of the capture of the 105th Line. Contradicts Captain Clark-Kennedy's Account.

Heathcote, Ralph. Letters of a Young Diplomatist and Soldier During the Time of Napoleon London: John Lane; date unknown (probably circa 1910). 326 pages.

Notes: Served at Copenhagen and in the Peninsula from 1809 - 1813.

Methuen, Charles L. "Waterloo Letter" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 26 -27.

Notes: was a captain, but not at Waterloo.

Phipps, Paul. "Letter # 29" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 58

Notes: was a captain at Waterloo.

Radclyffe, Charles E. "Waterloo Letters" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 22 - 26.

Notes: was a captain and commanded 1st Troop.

Smithies, James. Adventurous Pursuits of a Peninsular War and Waterloo Veteran: the Story of Private James Smithies 1st (Royal Dragoons)1807-15. Gareth Glover (ed.). Godmanchester: Ken Trotman, 2011. 80 pages.

Notes: Written in 1868.

2nd Royal North British Dragoons (Scots Greys)

Anonymous. "Letter to His Wife" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 31 - 33.

Notes: was a sergeant.

Boulter, Samuel. "Letter to His Brother dated 23 September 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 78 - 80

Notes: was a private in Captain Fenton's Troop.

Clarke, Isaac B. "Letter to the Parents of Lieutenant James Carruthers, dated 19 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Page 54

Notes: was a major and senior surviving officer in regiment after Waterloo; letter was informing Lieutenant Carruthers' parents that he was severely wounded.

Clarke, Frederick. "Letters # 31 and 32, dated 14 June and 3 August 1839" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 59 - 62

Notes: was not at Waterloo; possibly the son of Major Isaac Clarke who assumed command of the regiment after Colonel Hamilton was killed at Waterloo.

Clarke, William. "Letter to His Parents" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 27 - 31.

Notes: was a sergeant in Captain Robert Vernon's Troops.

Crawford, W. "Waterloo Letter # 42, dated 12 June 1839" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 82 - 83

Notes: is listed as being a cornet, however he is not in Dalton's Waterloo Rollcall or in the Army Lists for 1814 or 1815. The regimental sergeant major was William Crawford.

Dickson, John. Scots Greys at Waterloo. Stephen Maughan (ed.) Darlington: Napoleonic Archive; n.d. 39 pages.

Notes: Primarily the account of Corporal Dickson of F Troop (Captain Vernon's Troop). A great description of the charge of the Union Brigade.

Ewart, Charles. "Undated Letter" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 33 - 34

Notes: was a sergeant in Captain Vernon's Troop and captured the eagle of the French 45th Line Regiment.

Fenton, Thomas C. "Letter to his mother dated 23 June 1815" in Dickson; Corporal. Scots Greys at Waterloo. Stephen Maughan (ed.) Darlington: Napoleonic Archive; n.d. page 39.

Notes: was a captain and commanded a troop at Waterloo.

Fenton, Thomas C. Campaigning In Spain and France - The Letters of Captain Thomas Charles Fenton, 4th Dragoons & The Scots Greys 1809-15. Gareth Glover (ed.). Godmanchester: Ken Trotman, 2010. 54 pages.

Notes: in the Peninsula from 1809 - 1814 with the 4th Dragoons; transferred to the Scots Greys in February 1815; commanded a troop at Waterloo.

Fenton, Thomas. "Letters to His Mother dated 19 and 23 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 52 - 53 60 - 62

Notes: was a captain at Waterloo.

Gupe, James. "Letter to His Mother undated" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 76 - 78

Notes: was a cornet at Waterloo.

Hamilton, Archibald. "Memoirs" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 64 - 72

Notes: was a lieutenant and at Waterloo served on General Ponsonby's staff.

Hamilton, Archibald. "Letter dated 24 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 72 - 74

Notes: was a lieutenant and at Waterloo served on General Ponsonby's staff.

Johnston, Archibald. "Waterloo Journal" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 33 - 72.

Notes: was a sergeant in Major James Poole's Troop of the 2nd Royal North British Dragoons (Scots Guards); contains transcript of his court-martial.

Kinchant, Francis C. "Letter dated 28 March 1815" in Scots Greys at Waterloo. Stephen Maughan (ed.) Darlington: Napoleonic Archive; n.d. pages 37-38.

Notes: was a cornet.

Kinchant, Francis C. Stanley, Charles. "Waterloo Letters" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 26 - 33

Notes: was a cornet.

McMillan, Henry. "Letter to General Robert Balfour dated 3 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 74 - 76

Notes: was a lieutenant at Waterloo.

Mills, John. "Letter # 30, dated 13 November 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 59

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Robert Vernor's Troop at Waterloo, where he was wounded.

Nicol, Thomas. "Biography"in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 80 - 82

Notes: Was a private in Captain Fenton's Troop at Waterloo where he was wounded multiple times by French lancers.

Payne, Edward. "Letter to the Father of Lieutenant James Carruthers, dated 14 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Page 56

Notes: was a captain and commanded a troop; friend of Lieutenant Carruthers.

Sadler, John. "Letter to the Parents of Lieutenant James Carruthers, dated 24 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 55 - 56

Notes: possibly Mr. Sadler was working for the regimental agents.

Wyndham, Charles. "Waterloo Letters # 40 and 41, dated 1839" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 78 - 82

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Edward Payne's Troop at Waterloo and was shot in the foot..

Wyndham, Charles. "Waterloo Questions" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 62 - 63

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Edward Payne's Troop at Waterloo was shot in the foot. Questions are follow-up questions for Siborne's Waterloo Letters that were not published.

3rd King’s Own Dragoons

Bragge, William. Peninsular Portrait 1811 - 1814: the Letters of Captain William Bragge. Simon Cassels (ed.). London: Oxford University Press; 1963. 167 pages.

4th Royal Dragoons

Fenton, Thomas C. Campaigning In Spain and France - The Letters of Captain Thomas Charles Fenton, 4th Dragoons & The Scots Greys 1809-15. Gareth Glover (ed.). Godmanchester: Ken Trotman, 2010. 54 pages.

Notes: in the Peninsula from 1809 - 1814 with the 4th Dragoons; transferred to the Scots Greys in February 1815; commanded a troop at Waterloo.

6th Inniskilling Dragoons

Biddulph, Theophilus. "Letter # 34, dated 23 November 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 63

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Thomas Macky's Troop at Waterloo.

Johnston, Christian F. "Various notes and letters relating to the Waterloo Campaign" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 34 - 69

Notes: was a lieutenant; most of the letters are to his mother and cover the period 6 April - 30 November 1815.

Linton, John. "Letter # 35, dated 2 May 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 64

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Henry Madox's Troop at Waterloo.

Macky, Thomas. "Letter # 33, dated 20 March 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 62 - 63

Notes: was a captain and commanded a troop at Waterloo.

Miller, Fiennes S. "Waterloo Letters # 45 and 46, dated 11 and 18 June 1839" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 87 - 90

Notes: was a major.

Muter, Joseph. "Waterloo Letters # 43 and 44, dated 6 and 17 June 1839" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 83 - 87

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and was wounded while commanding the regiment at Waterloo.

Muter, Joseph. "Letter to James Graham dated 10 July 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 82 - 83

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and was wounded while commanding the regiment at Waterloo.

7th Hussars

Cotton, Edward. "Letter # 48, dated 7 September 1845" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 80

Notes: was a private at Waterloo; wrote "A Voice from Waterloo".

Daniel, John Edgecombe. Journal of an Officer in the Commissariat Department: 1811 - 1815 Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 1997.503 pages.

Notes: Served in the Peninsula from 1811 - 1814; Waterloo. Was initially on the Army staff; transferred to 3rd Division in early 1813; assigned to 7th Hussars for 1815 Campaign.

Hodge, Edward. With the 7th Hussars in the Peninsula: the Diary of Edward Hodge. Darlington: Napoleonic Archive; n.d. 59 pages.

Notes: was a captain; covers only the Corunna Campaign.

Kerrison, Edward. "Correspondence Concerning the Death of Major Edward Hodge" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 87 - 91

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commanded the regiment at Waterloo.

Lowther, Henry C. "Correspondence Concerning the Death of Major Edward Hodge" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Page 283

Notes: was the second son of the 1st Earl of Lonsdale and had been an officer in the 7th Hussars. Letter recounts the story of a private in the regiment who was with Major Hodges when he died.

O'Grady, Standish. "Letter to His Father, dated 31 July 1815" in in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 77 - 79

Notes: was a lieutenant.

O'Grady, Standish. "Waterloo Letters #64 and 65, dated 31 March 1835 and 10 April 1837" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 130 - 136

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Robbins, Thomas W. "Waterloo Letter #63, dated 31 March 1835 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 128 - 130

Notes: was a captain.

Thornhill, William. "Waterloo Letter #8, a Letter to General Frederic Stovin, dated 16 July 1839" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 16 - 17.

Notes: was a major in the 7th Hussars and aide-de-camp to Lord Uxbridge at Waterloo.

Verner, William. Reminiscences of William Verner (1782 - 1871) 7th Hussars London: Society for Army Historical Research; 1965. 60 pages.

Notes: Served in the Corunna Campaign; Peninsula from 1813 - 1814; Waterloo; Army of Occupation in France.

Vivian, Richard H. Richard Hussey Vivian: A Memoir. Claud Vivian (ed.) Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 2003. 342 pages.

Notes:  7th Hussars 1798 – 1804.

Wildman, Thomas. "Letter to His Mother dated 19 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 8 - 11

Notes: was a lieutenant in the 7th Hussars; was an aide-de-camp to the Earl of Uxbridge at Waterloo.

Wildman, Thomas. The Young Hussar: the Peninsular War Journal of Colonel Thomas Wildman of Newstead Abbey. Michael Birks (ed.). Sussex: Book Guild, 2007. 217 pages.

Notes: Journal covers Peninsular service from 30 August 1813 - 29 August 1814; was an extra aide-de-camp to the Earl of Uxbridge at Waterloo; the book contains a long letter written by Wildman on 19 June 1815 to his mother.

9th Light Dragoons

Morland, Charles. Letters from Egypt & Spain. Huntingdon: Ken Trotman; 2005. 26 pages

Notes: One  letter from 1812; Morland commanded 9th Light Dragoons in Spain.

Schaumann, August L. On the Road with Wellington: the Diary of a War Commissary in the Peninsular Campaigns. Anthony Ludovici, (ed.) London: Greenhill; 1998. 440 pages.

Notes: Author was August Ludolf Friedrich Schaumann;  9th Light Dragoons 1812.

Webster, Henry. "Letter #2, dated 20 September 1836" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 28

Notes: was a lieutenant in the 9th Light Dragoons; was an extra aide-de-camp to the Prince of Orange at Waterloo.

Webster, Henry. "Memoir" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 2 - 3

Notes: was a lieutenant in the 9th Light Dragoons; was an extra aide-de-camp to the Prince of Orange at Waterloo.

10th Hussars

Bacon, Anthny. "Letters # 61 and 62 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 98 - 107

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain John Grey's 4th Troop at Waterloo.

Gallagher, Samuel. The Journal of Trooper Samuel Gallagher, 5th Dragoon Guards in Spain, Portugal and France, 1810-1815. Godmanchester: Ken Trotman, 2017. 112 pages.

Notes: went to Portugal in August 1811. Was a corporal at Salamanca and participated in General Le Marchant's charge, where he was wounded. Was promoted to sergeant in July 1813, but reduced to private in June 1814. He transferred to the 10th Hussars on 23 June 1815. Was not at Waterloo, but was in the Army of Occupation of France.

Gurwood, John. "Letters # 54, 55, and 56" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 90 - 92

Notes: was a captain and commanded the 1st Troop at Waterloo.

Marshall, John. "Letter to His Parents" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 87 - 92.

Notes: was a private in Captain Charles Woods' 6th Troop.

Manners, Robert W. "Letters # 50 and 51, dated 19 January 1830 and 13 November 1834 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 81 - 84

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and took command of the regiment after Colonel Quentin was wounded at Waterloo.

Quentin, George A. "Letter # 49, dated 720 August 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 81

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commanded the regiment at Waterloo, where he was wounded.

Shakespear, Arthur. "Letter # 57, dated 20 September 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 93 - 94

Notes: was a captain and possibly on the staff of General Vivian, his brigade commander at Waterloo.

Smith, William S. "Letters # 58, 59, and 60" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 94 - 98

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Henry Floyd's 6th Troop at Waterloo.

Taylor, Thomas W. "Letters # 52 and 53, dated 8 March and 8 September 1836" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 83 - 90

Notes: was a captain and commanded the 2nd Troop.

Taylor, Thomas W. Letters of Captain Thomas William Taylor of the 10th Hussars, during the Waterloo Campaign from April 20th to August 2nd, 1815 Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 2002. 43 pages. Ken Trotman Military Monograph #4.

Taylor, Thomas W. "Waterloo Letter # 75, to Sir Hussey Vivian, dated November 1829" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 164 - 177

Notes: was a captain and commanded the 2nd Troop.

11th Light Dragoons

Bullock, Robert H. "Waterloo Journal" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 73 - 81.

Notes: was a cornet in Captain John Jenkins' Troop at Waterloo.

Bullock, Robert H. "Letters # 42 and 43, dated 15 March and 20 April 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 74 - 75

Notes: was a cornet in Captain John Jenkins' Troop at Waterloo.

Childers, Michael. "Waterloo Letter #55, dated 23 September 1845" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 109 - 110.

Notes: was a captain and the Brigade Major of the 4th Cavalry Brigade.

Farmer, George. The Light Dragoon Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 1999. 2 vols. 309 and 327 pages.

Notes: Posted to Peninsula in 1811 and promptly captured on 22 June, as part of Captain Lutyen's troop was surprised by the French Served next two and a half years as a groom to Count Goldstein, the commander of the 1st Berg Lancers. Was in Dusseldorf in 1814, when Russians and Prussians occupied it; escaped to England in 1814; served at Waterloo. Great account of looting battlefield after Waterloo.

Schreiber, James A. "Waterloo Letter # 56, dated 21 October 1839" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Page 111

Notes: was a captain and a squadron commander; was wounded at Waterloo.

Sicker, George. "Letter # 41, dated 26 December 1835" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 74

Notes: was a lieutenant and adjutant at Waterloo.

12th Light Dragoons

Barton, Alexander. "Waterloo Letter # 58, dated 3 November 1834" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 114 - 117

Notes: was a captain.

Hay, William. Reminiscences 1808 - 1815 Under Wellington Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 1992. 319 pages.

Notes: Served in 2/52nd Infantry until late 1811; then exchanged into 12th Dragoons. Most of the book is about his experiences in 12th Dragoons; was a lieutenant in Captain George Erskine's Troop.

Hume, Robert. "Regarding Ponsonby's Injuries, dated 10 August 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Page 60

Notes: was the Deputy Inspector of Hospitals and Surgeon to Wellington.

Ponsonby, Frederick C. "Answers Given to Questions Respecting the Battle of Waterloo" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 57 - 60

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commander of the regiment; was seriously wounded.

Ponsonby, Frederick C. "Waterloo Letter # 56, dated 29 July 1836 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 112 - 114

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commanded the regiment at Waterloo.

Ponsonby, Frederick C. "Lieutenant Colonel Ponsonby's Account of the Waterloo Campaign" in With Wellington's Outposts: the Peninsular and Waterloo Letters of John Vandeleur. Andrew Bamford (ed.) Barnsley: Frontline, 2015. Pages 195 - 198

Stawell, Samson. "Letter # 44, dated 13 August 1836" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 76

Notes: was a captain and commanded a troop at Waterloo.

Vandeleur, John. With Wellington's Outposts: the Peninsular and Waterloo Letters of John Vandeleur. Andrew Bamford (ed.) Barnsley: Frontline, 2015. 224 pages. ISBN: 978-1848327740

Notes: was an ensign in the 71st Foot in the Pensinsula from September 1810 - June 1811; seriously wounded at Fuentes de Oñoro. Was a lieutenant in the 12th Light Dragoons from September 1812 - April 1814. Was at Waterloo. ADC to General John Ormsby Vandeleur from August 1813 - April 1814.

13th Hussars

Anonymous. "Waterloo" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Page 97.

Notes: was an officer.

Doherty, George. "Waterloo Letter #66, dated 14 November 1834" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 136 - 138

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Maclean, Allan T. "Waterloo Letter #67, dated 4 November 1844 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 139 - 141

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Packe, George H. "Letters, dated 16 May 1815 - 13 March 1816" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 96 - 120.

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Turner, William. "Letter to Busby" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 94 - 97.

Notes: was a lieutenant.

14th Light Dragoons

Brotherton, Thomas. A Hawk at War: The Peninsular War Reminiscences of General Sir Thomas Brotherton. Bryan Perrett (ed.) Chippenham: Picton Publishing; 1986. 84 pages. 

Notes: 1801 - 1814; Egypt and the Peninsula

Hall, Francis. Recollections in Portugal and Spain during 1811 and 1812. Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 2003. 53 pages. Ken Trotman Military Monograph #10.

Notes: Served as a Cornet. Arrived in country February, 1811. Participated in the pursuit of Massena from Santarem to Sabugal and fought at Fuentes d'Orno. Wounded at Carpio on 25 September 1812 and returned to England in late 1812 as an invalid.

Hanley, William. "Capture of the Enemy's Picket at Blanchez Sanchez" published in William Maxwell's Peninsular Sketches; by Actors on the Scene Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 1998. Vol 2; Pages 380 - 388.

Notes: Author was a NCO.

Hawker, Peter. Journal of a Regimental Officer during the Recent Campaign in Portugal and Spain under Lord Viscount Wellington. London: Ken Trotman; 1981. 137 pages.

Notes: Journal covers 19 November 1808 to 26 August 1809; was wounded at Talavera .

Hawker, Peter. "Officer of Light Dragoons" in Officers & Gentlemen: Two Accounts of British Officers During the Peninsula War. Leonaur, 2009. 212 pages.

Notes: also contains "Campaign in Portugal and Spain" by William Graham, who was a commissary officer.

Hervey, Felton. "Waterloo Letter" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Page 5.

Notes: Served as Assistant Quartermaster General on General Cooke's staff.

Hervey, Felton. "Frustratingly Close: Fellton Hervey’s diary for 1812". edited by Gareth Glover. Waterloo Journal.Vol. 38 No. 2. Summer 2016.

Notes: Covers 8 January - 9 August 1812.

15th Hussars

Anonymous. "British Cavalry on the Peninsula"  published in William Maxwell's Peninsular Sketches; by Actors on the Scene. Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 1998. 2 vols. 389 & 399 pages.

Notes: Vol.  2; Pages 97 - 132. Covers 1813.

Anonymous. Jottings from My Sabretasch. Godmanchester: Ken Trotman; 2005. 292 pages.

Notes: Corunna Campaign; Peninsula 1813 – 1814; Waterloo.

Byam, Edward "Extracts from the Troop Order Book" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Pages 83 - 86.

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Cocksedge, James C. "Letter dated 19 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Page 79

Notes: was the regimental paymaster; the letter is very short.

Gibney,William. Eighty Years Ago or the Recollections of an Old Army Officer. London; 1896.

Notes:  was an assistant surgeon; 1814-15; Waterloo.

Griffiths, Edwin. From Corunna to Waterloo: The Letters and Journals of Two Napoleonic Hussars, 1801-1816. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2006. 240 pages.

Notes: Major Edwin Griffiths and his nephew, Lieutenant Frederick Phillips; Corunna, Peninsula 1813 – 1814; Waterloo.

Gordon, Alexander. A Cavalry Officer in the Corunna Campaign: 1808 – 1809. Tyne & Wear: Worley Productions; 1990. 252 pages.

Notes: Contains Music and words to Ballad "Sahagun" and regimental call.

Lane, Henry. Thackwell, Joseph. "Waterloo Letter #69, dated 9 March 1835 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 143 - 144

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Thackwell, Joseph.  The Military Memoirs of Lieutenant General Sir Joseph Thackwell. Uckfield: Naval & Military Press, n.d.. 438 pages.

Notes: Pages 1 - 83 covers his service during the Napoleonic Wars; served in the Peninsula from November 1808 - November 1809 and February 1813 - April 1814; was at Waterloo. This edition was published circa 2010 and is a copy of the 1908 edition.

Thackwell, Joseph. "Waterloo Letter #62, dated 9 July 1835 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 124 - 128

Notes: was a captain; said in the letter he was writing for General Coloquan Grant, who commanded the 5th Cavalry Brigade at Waterloo.

Thackwell, Joseph. "Waterloo Letter #68, dated 20 December 1834" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 141 - 143

Notes: was a captain.

Wodehouse, Philip. "Letter to a Loved One" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Page 87.

Notes: was a captain.

16th Light Dragoons

Baker, George. "Letter # 46 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 77 - 78

Notes: was a lieutenant at Waterloo.

Cocks, Edward C. Intelligence Officer in the Peninsula: Letters & Diaries of Major the Hon. Edward Charles Cocks 1786 – 1812. Page, Julia (ed.). New York: Hippocrene Books; 1986. 255 pages.

Notes: 1808 - 1812; served also with 79th Foot and as an intelligence officer in Wellington's Headquarters.

Hay, James. "Letter # 45, dated 20 December 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Page 76

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commanded the regiment at Waterloo, where he was severely wounded.

Luard, John. "Letter to His Father" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Page 82.

Notes: was a lieutenant.

Luard, John. "Waterloo Letter #61" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Page 120 - 122

Notes: was a lieutenant and the adjutant of the regiment.

Tomkinson, William. The Diary of a Cavalry Officer in the Peninsular War and Waterloo: 1809-1815 London: Frederick Muller; 1971. 366 pages.

Notes: In Peninsula 1809 - 1813; Quatre Bras and Waterloo.4

Tomkinson, William. "Waterloo Letters # 59 and 60 , dated 2 April 1835 and 10 February 1845 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Page 117 - 120

Notes: was a captain.

18th Hussars

Charging against Napoleon: Diaries & Letters of Three Hussars. Eric Hunt (ed.). Barnsley: Leo Cooper; 2001. 313 pages.

Notes: Includes the diaries of three officers -- James Hughes, Arthur Kennedy, and George Woodberry; Corunna 1808-1809; Peninsula 1813-1814; Waterloo; heavily edited.

Colgan, Matthew. "Memoirs" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 91- 96

Notes: was a sergeant in Captain George Luard's Troop.

Duperier, Henry. "Letters # 64 and 65, dated 10 November 1829 and 11 February 1830 " in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 119 - 122

Notes: was a lieutenant and the regimental adjutant.

Duperier, Henry. "Letter to Major James Hughes, 18th Hussars, dated 19 June 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 80 - 83

Notes: was a lieutenant and the regimental adjutant.

Kennedy, Arthur. "Waterloo Letters, dated 1 June - 11 December 1815" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 71 - 91

Notes: was a captain.

Luard, George. "Letter to His Mother" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume I: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2010. Page 93.

Notes: was a captain.

Murray, Henry. "Memoirs" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume IV: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2012. Pages 67 - 71

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commander of the regiment.

Murray, Henry. "Letter # 63, dated 27 December 1834" in Letters from the Battle of Waterloo: Unpublished Correspondence by Allied Officers from the Siborne Papers. Gareth Glover (ed.). London: Greenhill; 2004. Pages 108 - 116

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commander of the regiment.

Murray, Henry. "Waterloo Letter # 76, January 1835 " in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 178 - 184

Notes: was a lieutenant colonel and commander of the regiment.

Schaumann, Ludolf F. On the Road with Wellington: the Diary of a War Commissary in the Peninsular Campaigns. Ludovici, Anthony (ed.). London: Greenhill; 1998. 440 pages.

Notes: 18th Hussars 1812 - 1813

23rd Light Dragoons

Banner, John. "Waterloo Letter # 47 and 48, dated 15 April 1837 and 3 September 1835" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 91 - 98

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Philip Cox's 6th Troop at Waterloo.; first letter covers 16 and 17 June, while the second letter covers Waterloo.

Blathwayt, George. Recollections of My Life including Military Service at Waterloo. Cambridge: Ken Trotman; 2004. 32 pages.

Notes: commissioned 1814; lieutenant in Captain Roderick McNeill's 3rd Troop at Waterloo.

Blaythwayt, George. "Memoirs of the Waterloo Campaign" in in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume III: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2011. Pages 70 - 76.

Notes: was a lieutenant in Captain Roderick McNeill's 3rd Troop at Waterloo.; these memoirs are covered in the booklet above.

Grove, Henry. "Waterloo Letter # 50, dated 8 January 1845" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Page 102

Notes: was a captain and commanded 4th Troop at Waterloo.

Grove, Henry. "Waterloo Diary" in Gareth Glover (ed.). The Waterloo Archive Volume VI: British Sources. Barnsley: Frontline, 2014. Pages 83 - 87

Notes: was a captain and commanded 4th Troop at Waterloo.

Latour, Peter A. "Waterloo Letter # 49, dated 28 February 1835" in Waterloo Letters. Herbert T. Siborne (ed.). London: Greenhill, 1993. Pages 98 - 102

Notes: was a major; took command of the regiment early on 18 June and was the commander of the 3rd Cavalry B rigade by the end of the day.

24th Light Dragoons

Shipp, John. Memoirs of the Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp, Late a Lieut: In His Majesty's 87th Regiment. Forgotten Books, 2012. 406 pages.

Notes: enlisted as a boy in 1797 in the 22nd Foot; was sergeant in Grenadier Company in India by 1804; commissioned for bravery in the 65th Foot in 1805; transferred to 76th Foot in 1805; returned to England in 1808 and sold his commissioned; enlisted in 24th Light Dragoons and was regimental sergeant major by 1812; was commissioned in 87th Foot in 1815.

York Hussars

Anderson, Joseph. Recollections of a Peninsular Veteran.Uckfield: Naval and Military Press, 2010. 315 pages.

Notes: was an ensign in the 78th Foot and at Maida (1806), Egypt (1807); lieutenant in the 24th Regiment and at Talavera, Busacao, and Fuentes d'Onoro; captain in the York Chasseurs in 1813.

Buckley, Roger N. (ed.).The Haitian Journal of Lieutenant Howard, York Hussars, 1796 - 1798 Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press; 1985. 250 pages.

Notes: Full name is Thomas Phipps Howard; regiment was disbanded in 1802.

 

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