Just finished the Napoleonist podcast with John Gill and really enjoyed listening. I got motivated to finish editing the uniforms for the Carabiniers, Chasseurs, and Voltigeurs. I decided to give all the variations that are known for this regiment. Frederic Berjaud site explains well the most likely uniform for this time period I also used the Otto Manuscript, Commandant Bucquoy plates, Petit Soldats de Strasbourg, and the Carl Collection, Knotel, and the Zimmermann manuscript as sources.
Also, below you will find the names of the men wounded at the battle of Thann. The information comes from XB file for the 10e Legere in 1809 that I posted a few months ago.
10e Regiment d'infanterie Legere
Officers: 9 WIA, 2 POW
NCO's & Soldiers:
Wounded in Action:
3e Carabiniers S.Lieut. Thomas Bresson: Shot in the left groin
1e Bat./ 1e Co. S.Lieut. Antoine Andre Joseph Legroux: Shot in the head
2e Bat./ 1e Co. Capit. Joseph Davance: Shot twice in the left leg
2e Bat./ 1e Co. S.Lieut. Charles Francois Lelarge:
2e Bat./ 4e Co. S.Lieut. Joseph Henri Cussac: Shot in the left leg
2e Bat./ 2e Co. S.Lieut. Louis Auguste Bonnefant*: A blow from cannonball that carried away his left arm. Retired due to amputation
3e Bat./ 1e Co. Capit. Sebastien Deker: A shot from a ball that traversed the right arm and shoulder
3e Bat./ 3e Co. Capit. Etienne Thivolle:
Prisoner of War:
1e Carabiniers Lieut. Joseph Gerbe: Prisoner of war (Returned 17 August 1809)
4e Carabiniers Capit. Jean Richard: Wounded and taken prisoner of war (not returned after the end of hostilities and presumed dead)*
*S.Lieut. Bonnefant is not listed in Martienen's list of officers wounded on April 19, 1809.
*Capit. Richard is listed as wounded and captured on April 19th on two different list and on April 22nd once on a seperate list.