- is there a kind of complete illustrated guide chart about the uniforms worn by ALL the Yeomanry Cavalry units before 1815?
beyond these colours below, it existed any corps clothed with black, white (not the breeches), brown, grey, yellow jackets?
The Chart of 1806 shows 285 corps, of which concerning the general aspect jackets and pantalons :
-124 with red jackets/dolman (108 with white, 9 blue, 3 buff, 2 light blue breeches, 2 all red) for the most common
-93 with blue jackets (61 with white, 17 all blue, 9 buff breeches) including 4 light blue with white breeches and 2 all light blue
-22 with green jackets for the less usual (12 with white breeches, 4 all green, 3 with buff, only one with blue breeches Dumfriesshire and only one with light blue breeches Kent Guides)
-46 not given remain unknown...
in 1812 there were 232 corps 19 207 effectives for an establishment of 24 013
Other point about their titles Military Modelling 1985 including the chart of 1806 nor the Return of the different Corps of Yeomanry and Volunteers for 1812 don't seem to precise always the accurate titles they retained other than Yeomanry or Cavalryor both
the Chart of 1806 for titles other than "cavalry" gives
11 Rangers 8 Light Horse 3 Guides (Devon Kent and Sussex)
the Return of 1812 lists only
6 Rangers 2 Guides (Devon and Sussex) only Pimhill Light Horse
however despite it was named simply Cavalry in 1806 it existed
the Ringwood Light Dragoonsand as well as severalFencible Cavalryas here