The Battle of Fontenoy 1745


Names of the general and other officers, and the number of private men,
and horses, that were killed, wounded and missing in each Regiment.
(Published by authority.) Whitehall, May 11 1745.
From the Gentlemen's Magazine Vol. XV 1745 page 247.

Major general Ponsonby kill'd; lieut. General Campbell's leg shot off, and he dead since; lord Albemarle rode over and bruised; major general Howard, brigadier general Churchill, brigadier general Ingoldsby, and lord Ancram and lord Cathcart, aides de camp to his royal highness, wounded.

First regiment of guards

Kill'd. Captains Harvey, Berkeley, Brereton; ensign sir Alexander Cockeburn; 3 Serjeants, 82 private men.
Wounded.
Lt col. lord Charles Hay; captains Hildesley, Parker, Pearson, Bockland; ensigns Nash and Vane; 9 serjeants, 133 private men.

Second regiment of guards

Kill'd. Ensigns Cathcart and Molesworth; 2 Serjeants, 110 private men.
Wounded.
Colonels Needham, Corbett, Kellet, Moysten, lord Robert Bertie; capts Townshend and Cesar; ensigns Burton and Vanbrugh; 4 serjeants, 112 private men.

Third regiment of guards

Kill'd. Col. Carpenter, lieut. col. Douglas, capt. Ross; ensign Murray; 3 Serjeants, 102 private men.
Wounded.
Colonels Waldegrave and Frazier; capts Laurie, Knevit and Maitland; ensigns Haldane and Neil; 5 serjeants, 126 private men.

Royal North British

Kill'd. 2 Serjeants, 85 private men.
Wounded.
Capts Thomson and Edmonston; lieuts Cockburn, Nairn, Elliot, Abernethey and Grant; ensign Jones; 5 serjeants, 78 private men.
Missing.
8 Private men.

Lieutenant general  Howard's

Kill'd. Quarter master Cummins; 1 Serjeant, 10 private men.
Wounded.
Lieut. Tanner; ensign Paunceford; 32 private men.
Missing.
8 private men.

Onslow's; the king's own regiment

Kill'd. 16 private men.
Wounded.
Lieut. col. Keightley; major Gray; capts Dallons, Loftus and Ekins; Lieuts. Cook and Thomson; 2 serjeants, 81 private men.
Missing.
1 serjeant, 30 private men.

Colonel Sowle's regiment.

Kill'd. Capt. Brawne; lieuts Capel and Mowbray; ensign Farrington; 49 private men.
Wounded.
Lt col. Tullikins; major Montague; 6 serjeants, 106 private men.
Missing.
Lieut. Hackshaw; 2 serjeants, 44 private men.

Duroure's regiment.

Kill'd. Lt col. Whitmore; Capt. Campbell; Lieuts Bockland and Laine; ensigns Cannon and Clifton; 5 serjeants, 148 private men.
Wounded
. Col. Duroure; major Cosseley; capts Rainsford and Robinson; ensigns Dagers and Pearse; lieuts Murray, Townsend, Millingten and Delgarne; 7 serjeants, 142 private men.
Missing.
Capt. De Casne, capt. lieut Goulston, Lieut. Salt.

Pulteney's regiment.

Kill'd. Capt. Queenchant; 2 serjeants, 35 private men.
Wounded.
Capt. lieut Daniel Nicholas; ensigns Wm Jones and Samuel Edhouse; 2 serjeants, 39 private men.
Missing.
10 private men.

Major general Howard's regiment

Kill'd. Lieut Legrand; ensign Gibson, 17 private men.
Wounded.
Major Petitot; capts Cockran and Douglas; Lieut. Coote; ensigns Cheapi, Martin and Parterfeld; 1 serjeant, 69 private men.
Missing.
13 private men.

Bligh's regiment.

Kill'd. Lt col. Gee; 1 serjeant, 27 private men.
Wounded.
Capts. Meyrac and Maxwell; lieuts Bouchitiere and Vickers; ensign Hartley; 1 serjeant, 34 private men.

Royal North British fusileers.

Kill'd. Lieuts Campbell, Houston and Serjeant;  1 serjeant, 2 private men.
Wounded.
Major Colvill; capts Latau, Olivant and Knatchbull; lieuts Maxwell, Colvil, Bullenden, McGacken and Townsend; 7 serjeants, 137 private men.
Missing.
Quarter-Master Steuart, capt Sandilands, Lt Stuart, 3 serjeants, 120 private men. 

Royal Welch fusileers.

Kill'd. Lieuts Weaver, Pryce, Forster and Isaac; 4 serjeants, 181 private men.
Wounded.
Capts Hickman, Cary, Bernard and Drysdale; lieuts Izard, Awbry, Clarke, Eyre, Roberts and Rolle; 6 serjeants, 71 private men.
Missing.
Major Lort, capts Taylor, Sabine and Johnston, lieuts Berners, Grigge, Hawes and Lort; 5 serjeants, 34 private men. 

Earl of  Rothes's regiment.

Kill'd. Ensign Bonvillette; 2 serjeants, 52 private men.
Wounded.
Lieut. col. Kennedy; major Dalrymple; capts Worge and Lucas; lieuts Livingston and Hoy; ensigns Cockburn and James; 4 serjeants, 72 private men.
Missing.
13 private men. 

Bragg's regiment.

Kill'd. Lieut Cliffe; 2 serjeants, 14 private men.
Wounded.
Lord George Sackville; capts Fitzgerald, Jocelyn and Holt; lieuts Wright, Edgeworth and Graydon; ensigns Harman and Michelson; 65 private men.
Missing.
Capt Sailly; 1 serjeant, 44 private men.   

Handasyd's regiment.

Kill'd. Lieut. col. Montagu; capts Baird and Pollock; Lieut Dalway; 4 serjeants, 125 private men.
Wounded.
Lieuts Stafford and Porter; ensigns Worsley, Brumley and Freeman; 6 serjeants, 130 private men.
Missing.
12 private men. 

Skelton's regiment.

Kill'd. 2 serjeants, 14 private men.
Wounded.
Lieuts Lindsay, Mestin and Banks; 2d lieut How and Prescott; 5 serjeants, 95 private men.
Missing.
Capt Farquhar; 17 private men. 

Jonhson's regiment.

Kill'd. Lt col. Clements; lieuts Greene, Colley and Houghton; ensign Nesbit; 42 private men.
Wounded.
Major Mure; Capts Godfrey, Lacey, Ecles and Tighe; lieuts Gardiner, Burrough, Otway and Gore; ensigns Rayner, Collis, Samson and Deseury; 4 serjeants, 84 private men.
Missing.
2 serjeants, 28 private men. 

Cholmondeley's regiment.

Kill'd. 1 serjeants, 17 private men.
Wounded.
Lieuts Cramer, Forest, Mure, Courtney and Hargroves; ensigns Donallen and Stacey; 2 serjeants, 53 private men.
Missing.
1 serjeants, 12 private men. 

Lord Sempil's regiment.

Kill'd. Capt. John Campbell; ensign Lacklan Campbell; 30 private men.
Wounded.
Capt. Robt Campbell; ensigns Rennald Campbell and James Campbell; 2 serjeants, 86 private men.
Missing.
1 serjeant, 12 private men. 

CAVALRY.

 Third troop of guards.

Kill'd. 4 men, 10 horses.
Wounded.
Lt col. Lameloniere; 14 men, 14 horses. 

Fourth troop of guards.

Kill'd. 2 men, 4 horses.
Wounded.
Capt. Hilgrove; Cornet Burdet; 12 men, 3 horses.
Missing.
3 horses. 

Second troop of grenadier guards.

Kill'd. 4 men, 3 horses.
Wounded.
Major Brerton; Capts. Elliot, Burton; adju, Thacker; 10 men, 7 horses.
Missing.
2 horses. 

Regiment of blue guards.

Kill'd. 10 men, 79 horses.
Wounded.
Lt col. Beake; Capt. Lloyd, capt. lieut Migget; Quarter Master Hudson and Bat; 39 men, 62 horses.
Missing.
7 men, 9 horses. 

King's regiment.

Kill'd. 7 men, 20 horses.
Wounded.
Lt Brace; 4 men, 6 horses.
Missing.
1 horse.

Ligonier's regiment.

Kill'd. 2 men, 16 horses.
Wounded.
Quarter Master Heath; 4 men, 6 horses.
Missing.
1 horse.

Royal Dragoons

Kill'd. 14 men, 57 horses.
Wounded.
Lt col. Naixon; cornets Hartwell, Desmeret, Creighton; 31 men, 47 horses.
Missing.
1 man, 12 horses.

North British Dragoons.

Kill'd. 14 men, 25 horses.
Wounded.
Cornet Glasgo; 11 men, 33 horses.
Missing.
1 Non-Commission officer.

King's own regiment of dragoons.

Kill'd. 9 men, 28 horses.
Wounded.
Capt. Wade; quarter master Corbidge; 14 men, 34 horses.
Missing.
Cornet Bland; 2 non-commission officers, 5 men, 23 horses.

Queen's regiment.

Kill'd. Cornett Potts; 10 men, 46 horses.
Wounded.
Lt col. Erskine; capt. lieut. Ogilvy; lieut Forbes; cornet Maitland; quarter master Smith; 35 men, 47 horses.
Missing.
1 man, 2 horses.

Stair's regiment.

Kill'd. Quarter master Baird; 3 men, 19 horses.
Wounded.
11 men, 7 horses. 

ARTILLERY.

Kill'd. Lt. Bennett; 1 serjeant, 1 gunner, 7 matrosses.
Wounded.
1 Conductor, 2 serjeants, 1 corporal, 6 gunners, 13 Matrosses.
Missing.
2 Gunners, 4 Matrosses.

Of the Hanoverian infantry there were killed, 3 lieutenant colonels, 3 captains, 2 lieutenants, 3 ensigns, 1 staff-officer, 19 serjeants, and 401 private men. 1 colonel, 1 lieutenant colonel, 2 majors, 11 captains, 11 lieutenants, 10 ensigns, 2 staff-officers, 46 serjeants, and 866 private men wounded. 1 Serjeant and 49 private men missing.

Of cavalry, 1 colonel, 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 1 cornet, 7 corporals, 67 private men, and 268 horses killed. 3 Lieutenant colonels, 3 captains, 11 lieutenants, 11cornets and quarter masters, 8 non-commission officers, 193 private men and 192 horses, wounded; and 3 private men and 15 horses missing.

Total of British. Infantry 3662, cavalry 340, artillery 39, horses 629. In all 4041 men.
Total of the Hanoverians. Infantry 1432. Cavalry 311, horses 475 artillery 19. In all 1762 men.

The whole of British and Hanoverians, 5803 men, and 1104 horses.

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