Men of Mitchell's Brigade who lost their lives during the Waterloo campaign

14th (Buckinghamshire) Foot


Colour Serjeant John Scott

Corporal James Lambert

Private John Bennett

Private William Castleton

Private John Church*

Private HenryDay

Private  John Dorman

Private Edward Gentle

Private Thomas Gibbards

Private George Heritage

Private James Hunt

Private Robert Jolly

Private William Marks

Private William Millard*

Private Jacob Pope

Private George Postlewaite

Private Francis Shepherd

Private William Sloane*

Private William Stanbury

Private John Turner 1st

Private WilliamVere

Private James Watson

Private Henry Welsby

Private Thomas Williams

Private William Williams



23rd Foot (Royal Welch Fusiliers)


Lt-Colonel Sir Henry WaltonEllis

Captain Thomas Farmer

Captain Joseph Hawtyn

Captain Charles Jolliffe

Lieutenant John Clyde

Lieutenant George Fensham

2nd Lieutenant William Leebody*

Sergeant Major David Morrissey

Colour Sergeant Joseph Shelley

Sergeant John Hudson

Sergeant James Lefever

Corporal Elias Elias

Corporal Hugh Jones

Corporal William Littleford

Private Samuel Baldwin

Private Henry Blee

Private David Bynow*

Private John Cock

Private John Darwin

Private Thomas Delahay

Private Michael Doyle 1st

Private William Fenton

Private John Francis

Private Thomas Green

Private John Griffiths 2nd

Private Thomas Gwynne

Private Thomas Jones 3rd

Private John Leary

Private William Pearpoint 2nd

Private Samuel Shakelady

Private Joseph Speed

Private William Thompson

Private ThomasWilliams 3rd


51st (2nd Yorkshire West Riding) Foot


Corporal David Pound

Corporal Samuel Winslett

Bugler JamesLeach

Bugler StephenQuinn

Private HenryArenall

Private Benjamin Blennan

Private James Carpenter*

Private Michael Collins

Private John Hart

Private Thomas Kelly

Private Edward Matthews*

Private James McGuire

Private James Newton

Private James North

Private Joshua Seaton

Private Thomas Turner

Private John Wilson

Private William Wilson

Men marked * killed at storming of Cambrai, six days after Waterloo.