LOSSES OF THE NAPOLEONIC ARMY THROUGH THE STUDY OF THE REGISTRATION BOOKS OF THE FRENCH ARMY39 regiments studied to date https://bit.ly/3odSTpF
Casualties in Spain and Portugal of the 86th line regiment.
After more than a month of work and looking at the records of 13,230 soldiers and non-commissioned officers, this is the result. I note that in the last book (21yc 672) not tabulated there is still data for southern France 1814, but I'll leave that for another. The Three Brothers drowned 6 officers and 251 non-commissioned officers and soldiers, and the names of each of them can be obtained. I have considered them casualties in combat since the 6 officers are listed in Martinien as such.
Only battalions entering Spain.
Thanks for posting this. I'm writing a history of the 1808 Portugal campaign so some of this data will be really useful. However, I'm a little unsure what some of the column headings mean?