Arabian Peninsular Campaign
    Kerr-Smiley, Peter Simon ( 1956-1957 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Albuera
    Abercromby, Alexander ( 16 May 1811 ), where he commanded his brigade
Duckworth, George Henry ( 16 May 1811 )
Gibbons, George ( 16 May 1811 )
    Hardinge, Henry, 1st Viscount Hardinge of Lahore and Kings Newton ( 1811 )
Hoghton, Daniel ( 16 May 1811 )
    Moleyns, Thomas Townsend Aremberg, 3rd Baron Ventry, where he was wounded
Rothwell, Thomas ( 16 May 1811 )
    Count equals 7 individuals.

Battle of Alexandria
Abercromby, Ralph ( 21 Mar 1801 ), where he was mortally wounded
Blake, Denis John ( 1801 )
Ogle, Thomas ( 1801 ), during the landing at Aboukir Bay
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Auerstadt
Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand ( 10 Nov 1806 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Badajoz
    Grey, George ( 1812 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Bergen-op-Zoom
Carleton, George
    Crosbie, William Edward, 6th Bt., where he was severely wounded
Gore, Arthur ( 9 Mar 1814 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Busaco
    Abercromby, Alexander ( 27 Sep 1810 )
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford ( 27 Aug 1810 )
    Colborne, John, 1st Baron Seaton of Seaton ( 26 Sep 1810 )
    Falkiner, Samuel Edmund, 5th Bt.
    Fane, John, 11th Earl of Westmorland
    Hay, George, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale ( 27 Sep 1810 ), where he was wounded as DAQMG
    Slade, John, 1st Bt. ( 27 Sep 1810 )
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 27 Sep 1810 ), defeating Marshal Massena
    Count equals 8 individuals.

Battle of Copenhagen
    Bligh, William ( 1801 )
    Campbell, Duncan, of Barcaldine, 1st Bt.
    Christian, Evan ( 1807 ), on board H.M.S. Brunswick
    Couper, George, 1st Bt.
    FitzMaurice, James ( 2 Apr 1801 )
    Fremantle, Thomas Francis
Minchin, Spencer ( 1801 )
    Minchin, William ( 1801 )
    Stanhope, Henry Edwyn, 1st Bt.
    Thesiger, Frederic ( 1801 ), as Aide-de-Camp to Admiral Nelson
    Trevor, Henry Otway, 21st Lord Dacre ( 1807 )
    Westropp, Amos Freeman ( 1801 )
    Westropp, Henry Hickman
    Count equals 13 individuals.

Battle of Corunna
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford ( 16 Jan 1809 ), serving under General Moore
    Best, Thomas Fairfax ( 16 Jan 1809 )
    Blaquiere, George
Burrard, Paul Harry, where he was Aide-de-Camp to Sir John Moore
    Colborne, John, 1st Baron Seaton of Seaton ( 16 Jan 1809 )
    Darby-Griffith, Matthew Chitty ( 1809 ), where he lost a leg
    Everard, Matthias
    Moore, John
    Paget, Henry William, 1st Marquess of Anglesey ( 16 Jan 1809 ), where he commanded the cavalry under Sir John Moore
    Slade, John, 1st Bt. ( 1812 )
    Verner, William, 1st Bt.
    Count equals 11 individuals.

Battle of Fuentes d'Onor
Butler, Francis ( 5 May 1811 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Fuentes d'Onoro
    Slade, John, 1st Bt. ( 1811-1811 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Fuentes de Oñoro
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 5 May 1811 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Lissa
    Hoste, William, 1st Bt. ( 1811 ), where he defeated Commodore Bernard Bubourdieu's squadron of 7 frigates, with only 4 frigates
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Nive
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford ( Dec 1813 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Nivelle
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford
    Gough, Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough of Goojerat ( 19 Nov 1813 )
    Keane, John, 1st Baron Keane
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 10 Nov 1813 )
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Orthez
    Blood, Thomas, during which he was severely wounded
    Gordon-Lennox, Charles, 5th Duke of Richmond ( 1814 ), where he was wounded
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 27 Feb 1814 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Quatre Bras
Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Friedrich Wilhelm ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Carmichael Smyth, James, 1st Bt. ( 1815 ), on the personal staff of Duke of Wellington
    Clayton, William Robert, 5th Bt., where he was wounded
    Croft, Thomas Elmsley, 7th Bt. ( 16 Jun 1815 ), where he was severely wounded
    Fitzmaurice, John, in the advance guard
    Hardinge, Henry, 1st Viscount Hardinge of Lahore and Kings Newton ( 16 Jun 1815 ), where he lost his left hand
    Hardinge, Richard ( 16 Jun 1815 )
Hay, James, Lord Hay ( 16 Jun 1815 )
Miller, William ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Montagu, Henry, 6th Baron Rokeby ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Stuart, William
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Count equals 12 individuals.

Battle of Saalfeld
Preußen, Friedrich Christian Ludwig Ferdinand ( 10 Oct 1806 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Salamanca
    Abraham, Thomas
    Baldwin, John Charles
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford ( 22 Jul 1812 ), where he was severely is wounded
    Cathcart, Charles Murray, 2nd Earl Cathcart
    Collis, John, where he had both eyes shot out
    Falkiner, Samuel Edmund, 5th Bt.
    Gough, William
    Innes, Gordon Clunes ( 22 Jul 1812 )
Innes, John ( c 22 Jul 1812 )
Judkin-FitzGerald, Robert Uniacke ( 1812 )
Le Marchant, John Gaspard ( 22 Jul 1812 )
    Stapleton-Cotton, Stapleton, 1st Viscount Combermere of Bhurtpore ( 1812 ), where he lead a decisive cavalry charge
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 22 Jul 1812 ), defeating Marmont
    Westropp, Lionel John ( 1812 )
    White, Henry, 1st Baron Annaly of Annaly and Rathcline ( 22 Jul 1812 )
    Count equals 15 individuals.

Battle of Talavera
    Abraham, Thomas
    Beamish-Bernard, Adderley
Beckett, Richard ( 28 Jul 1809 )
Blake, Andrew ( 28 Jul 1809 )
    Boothby, Charles ( 1809 ), where he lost a leg, and became a French POW
    Campbell, Alexander, 1st Bt., where he was severely wounded
    Campbell, Duncan, of Barcaldine, 1st Bt. ( 27 Jul 1809 ), as Aide-de-Camp to General Sir Alexander Campbell, Bt.
    Collis, John
    Duff, James, 4th Earl Fife ( 1809 ), where he was wounded
Evans, John ( 27 Jul 1809 )
    Falkiner, Samuel Edmund, 5th Bt.
    Fane, John, 11th Earl of Westmorland
    Farrington, Charles Henry, 2nd Bt.
    FitzGibbon, Richard Hobart, 3rd Earl of Clare
Gordon, Alexander ( 28 Jul 1809 )
    Gough, Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough of Goojerat ( 1809 ), where he was severely wounded
    Hawker, Peter, where he was severely wounded
    Hulse, Richard
    Hunter Blair, Thomas, of Dunskey and Robertland ( 1814 ), where he was wounded and made a prisoner by the French
Irby, Edward Methuen ( 27 Jul 1809 )
Neville, Henry ( 27 Jul 1809 )
    Russell, George William ( 27 Jul 1809 ), where he was wounded
    Stapleton-Cotton, Stapleton, 1st Viscount Combermere of Bhurtpore ( 1809 ), for which he received the thanks of Parliament
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 27 Jul 1809 )
    Count equals 24 individuals.

Battle of Toulouse
    Michell, Charles Collier
    Verner, William, 1st Bt.
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 10 Apr 1814 ), where he finally defeated Marshall Soult
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Trafalgar
    Barclay, Robert Heriot ( 20 Oct 1805 )
    Codrington, Edward ( 1805 ), in command H.M.S. Orion
Duff, George ( 21 Oct 1805 )
    Duff, Norwich ( 21 Oct 1805 )
    Fremantle, Thomas Francis
    Harrington, Daniel ( 20 Oct 1805 ), serving under Nelson on H.M.S. Victory
Nelson, Horatio, 1st and last Viscount Nelson of the Nile and Burnham Thorpe ( 21 Oct 1805 )
    Nevill, Ralph, Viscount Nevill ( 20 Oct 1805 ), serving on H.M.S. Victory
    Pellew, Israel, as commander of H.M.S. Conqueror
    Perceval, George James, 6th Earl of Egmont
    Proby, Granville Leveson, 3rd Earl of Carysfort
    Westropp, Amos Freeman ( 1805 )
    Count equals 12 individuals.

Battle of Vimeiro
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 21 Aug 1808 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Vitoria
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford ( 21 Jun 1813 )
Cadogan, Henry ( 21 Jun 1813 )
    Campbell, Norman ( 21 Jun 1813 ), where he was wounded
Carew, Robert Shapland ( Jun 1813 )
    Cathcart, Charles Murray, 2nd Earl Cathcart
Fane, Charles ( 1813 )
    Gough, Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough of Goojerat ( 21 Jun 1813 ), where he was severely wounded
    Hay, George, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale ( 21 Jun 1813 ), as AQMG
    Keane, John, 1st Baron Keane
Palmer, Joseph
Scanlan, Connell
Thellusson, George ( 21 Jun 1813 )
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 21 Jun 1813 ), where he defeated Marshal Jourdan
    Count equals 13 individuals.

Battle of Waterloo
    Abercromby, Alexander ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Abraham, Thomas ( 1815 )
    Acheson, Edward
    Allen, Charles Manning ( 18 Jun 1815 ), in the advance Guard of the French Army
    Allen, John Hay ( 18 Jun 1815 ), in the advance Guard of the French Army
    Anson, George ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Barnewall, Aylmer John, 9th Bt. ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Barrett, George Goodin ( Jun 1815 )
    Barton, Chambré Brabazon
    Bathurst, Thomas Seymour ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Beamish-Bernard, Adderley
    Bentinck, Charles Anthony Ferdinand, 4th Graf Bentinck, on the Staff
Bernard, Henry Boyle ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Biddulph, Theophilus, 6th Bt. ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Blackwood, Robert Temple ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Blennerhassett, Aldworth ( 1815 )
    Blois, Charles, 7th Bt. ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Brereton, William, whee he was severely wounded
    Bridgeman, Orlando Henry ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Bromhead, Edmund Gonville, 3rd Bt.
    Browne, John
    Browne, Michael, where he was wounded
    Bruce, Robert ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Butler, Whitwell ( 1815 ), where he carried the Colours
    Cameron, Donald, of Lochiel, 23rd Chief of Clan Cameron ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Campbell, Donald ( 16 Jun 1815 ), where he was wounded
    Campbell, Norman ( 16 Jun 1815 ), where he was wounded
Canning, Charles Fox ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Carden, Henry Robert, 3rd Bt. ( 16 Jun 1815 )
    Carmichael Smyth, James, 1st Bt., on the personal staff of Duke of Wellington
    Cathcart, Charles Murray, 2nd Earl Cathcart ( 1815 )
    Cathcart, George ( 1815 ), as Aide-de-Camp to the Duke of Wellington
    Chartres, Thomas ( 1815 )
    Chatterton, James Charles, 3rd Bt. ( 1815 )
    Clark-Kennedy, Alexander Kennedy
    Clayton, William Robert, 5th Bt.
    Clerke, William, 9th Bt.
    Colborne, John, 1st Baron Seaton of Seaton ( 1815 ), where he commanded the 52nd Light Infantry
    Colville, Charles
    Cotter, George Sackville ( 18 Jun 1815 )
Craufurd, Thomas Gage ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Dallas, Alexander Robert Charles
    Dobbs, John ( 1815 )
Ellis, Henry ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Erskine, Esmé Stuart ( 16 Jun 1815 ), where he lost an arm
    Evelyn, George ( 1815 ), where he was wounded
    Farrington, Charles Henry, 2nd Bt.
Fisher, William
    FitzGerald, Edward Thomas ( 1815 ), as Assistant Quartermaster-General with the Guards
FitzGerald, Richard ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    FitzRoy, Charles Augustus ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Fitzroy, Charles ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Floyd, Henry, 2nd Bt. ( 1815 )
    Forbes, James, Master of Forbes ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Forbes, Walter, 18th Lord Forbes ( 18 Jun 1815 ), supposedly the youngest officer there
    Forster, Henry, where he was wounded
    Frankland, Frederick William, 8th Bt. ( 1815 )
    Fremantle, John ( 1815 )
    Gordon, Alexander ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Gordon-Lennox, Charles, 5th Duke of Richmond ( 1815 )
Gunning, George Orlando ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Hamilton, Archibald James ( 1815 ), with the Scots Greys
    Hardinge, Henry, 1st Viscount Hardinge of Lahore and Kings Newton ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Harris, William George, 2nd Baron Harris of Seringapatam and Mysore, as commander of 2nd/73rd Regiment, and was wounded
    Havelock, William, where he was Aide-de-Camp to Count von Alten, and was wounded
Hay, Alexander ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Hewett, William
Hobhouse, Benjamin ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Hopkins, John William ( 1815 )
    Hotham, Beaumont, 3rd Baron Hotham of South Dalton ( 1815 )
Howard, Frederick ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Hunter Blair, Thomas, of Dunskey and Robertland ( 1815 ), where he was wounded
    Irby, Henry Edward ( 18 Jun 1815 )
Jolliffe, Charles ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Keppel, Augustus Frederick, 5th Earl of Albemarle ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Keppel, George Thomas, 6th Earl of Albemarle ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Lancey, William ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Lennox, William Pitt ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Luard, John ( 1815 )
    Maunsell, John Edmund ( 1815 ), in Major Beane's troop
    Michell, Charles Collier ( 1815 )
    Minchin, Charles Humphrey
    Mitchell, Hugh Henry ( 1815 )
    Montagu, Henry, 6th Baron Rokeby ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Murray, Henry ( 1815 )
    Norcott, Amos Godsell Robert ( 1815 )
    Norton, Fletcher, 3rd Lord Grantley, Baron of Markenfield, where he was wounded
    Paget, Henry William, 1st Marquess of Anglesey ( 18 Jun 1815 ), where he commanded the Anglo-Belgian cavalry, contributing greatly to the Allied success, although he was wounded and lost a leg
    Percy, Henry ( 1815 )
    Persse, William Nicholas ( 18 Jun 1815 )
Ponsonby, William ( 16 Jun 1815 )
Pym, John ( 18 Jun 1815 ), in the 13th Light Dragoons
    Ramsay, William Norman ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Shirley, William ( 18 Jun 1815 )
Sinclair, John ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Slade, John Henry ( 18 Jun 1815 )
    Standen, George Douglas, at Hougoumont
    Stevenson, Charles Butler ( 1815 )
Stothert, William ( 18 Jun 1815 ), where he was wounded
    Stuart, William, where he lost an arm
    Sweny, John Paget
    Taylor, Thomas William ( 1815 ), in the 10th Hussars
    Verner, William, 1st Bt.
    Walbanke-Childers, Michael ( 1815 ), Brigade Major to Sir John Vandeleur
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 18 Jun 1815 ), where he finally defeated Napoleon
    Wigston, Richard Henry ( 18 Jun 1815 ), with 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards
    Wright, William, where he was severely wounded
    Wyndham, Henry ( 1815 )
    Count equals 108 individuals.

Battle of the Pyrenees
Campbell, Allan William ( Jul 1813 )
    Clayton, William Robert, 5th Bt.
    Keane, John, 1st Baron Keane
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Bombardment of Copenhagen
    Thesiger, Frederick, 1st Baron Chelmsford of Chelmsford ( 7 Sep 1807 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Capture of Bergen-op-Zoom
    Boyle, Edmund, 8th Earl of Cork, where he was taken prisoner
    Count equals 1 individual.

Glorious First
    Bowyer, George, 1st/5th Bt. ( 1 Jun 1794 ), where he lost a leg, and distinguished himself
    Butcher, Samuel ( 1 Jun 1794 ), under Lord Howe
    Douglas, Andrew Snape ( 1 Jun 1794 )
    Graves, Thomas, 1st Lord Graves, Baron of Gravesend ( 1 Jun 1794 ), under Howe, where he was severely wounded
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Glorious First of June
    Howe, Richard, 1st and last Earl Howe ( 1 Jun 1794 )
    Laurie, Robert, 6th Bt. ( 1 Jun 1794 ), where he distinguished himself
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Napoleonic War
    Archdall, Mervyn
    Count equals 1 individual.

Napoleonic Wars
Bettesworth, George Edmund Byron
    Blakeney, John, he was taken POW by the French and executed
    Dalyell, William Cunningham, of the Binns, 7th Bt.
Davie, John ( 1793 )
    Drummond-Hay, Edward William Auriol, in the Peninsula, France and Low Countries
    Farquhar, Arthur
    Ferguson, Adam
    Fox, George
    Frissell, John ( 1783-1802 ), and was wounded on 1 June 1794
Gordon, William
Hardinge, George Nicholas
Hood, Alexander
Hood, Francis Wheler
    Macbride, John
    Moreau, Jean Victor
    O'Connell, Maurice Charles Philip
    O'Donovan, Richard, The O'Donovan, in campaigns in Flanders and Spain
    Parker, William, 1st Bt.
    Pell, Watkin Owen ( 1808-1813 ), where he led several actions resulting in the capture of enemy ships and participated in the defence of Cadiz and Tarifa as captain of the Thunder bomb
Rothwell, Richard
    Sapieha, Pawel, Prince Sapieha, in charge of his own private regiment during the march on Moscow
    Spencer, Frederick, 4th Earl Spencer ( 1811-1815 ), in the Mediterranean
    Stuart, Charles Edward
Tollemache, Lionel Robert
Trollope, William Arthur
    Ussher, John ( 1815 )
    Ussher, Richard Keily, in the West Indies
    Wright, William ( 1813-1814 ), in Holland
    Österreich, Karl Ludwig, where he lead his army against Napoleon
    Count equals 29 individuals.

Peninsular War
    Burke, Dominick
    Cochrane, William Erskine
    Colville, Charles
    Darby, Christopher
    Grey, George
    Hope, James Archibald ( 1811-1813 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Peninsular Wars
    Abercromby, Alexander
    Acland, Wroth Palmer ( 1808-1809 )
    Agnew, Thomas Ramsden ( 1813 )
    Aitchison, John ( 1808-1814 )
    Allen, Joshua William, 6th Viscount Allen, serving under Wellington, where he distinguished himself with his dashing conduct
    Anson, George
    Anson, William, 1st Bt.
    Anstruther, Robert, where he greatly distinguished himself
    Barclay, Robert Brydges, where he was wounded
    Barrett, Samuel
    Barttelot, George
    Bentinck, Charles Anthony Ferdinand, 4th Graf Bentinck, and was wounded at Barossa inn 1812
    Blayney, Andrew Thomas, 11th Lord Blayney, Baron of Monaghan ( 1810 ), where he was captured and held prisoner until 1814
    Blood, Thomas
    Bosville Macdonald, Godfrey, 3rd Baron Macdonald of Slate ( 1812 )
    Bourbon, Louis Antoine, Duc d'Angoulême
    Brereton, William, where he was distinguished
    Browne, John
    Browne, Thomas, 3rd Earl of Kenmore, with 40th Regiment
    Bruce, Robert
    Burrard, Harry, 1st Bt.
    Burrowes, Arnold Robinson ( 1808-1814 ), as Aide-de-Camp to Field-Marshal Viscount Beresford
    Cain, James
    Campbell, Charles William, of Borland
    Campbell, Colin, 1st and last Baron Clyde of Clydesdale, where he was twice severely wounded while leading a forlorn hope at the siege of San Sebastian
    Campbell, Duncan, of Barcaldine, 1st Bt.
    Carden, Henry Robert, 3rd Bt.
    Cathcart, Charles Murray, 2nd Earl Cathcart
    Chandos-Pole, Edward Sacheverell
    Chartres, William
    Clarke, John, where he was captured but escaped
    Clarke, Samuel
    Clerke, William, 9th Bt.
    Coker, Thomas Lewis
    Cole, Galbraith Lowry
    Combe, Prosper Aime Victor ( 1809 ), where he was captured in le Basque, and imprisoned at Dartmoor
    Cotter, George Sackville
    Couper, George, 1st Bt.
    Courcy, John
    Crookshank, Chichester William
    Dalbiac, James Charles
    Daly, Francis Dermot
Daly, unknown son
    Dobbs, John
    Elphinstone, Howard, 1st Bt.
    Eustace, William Cornwallis
    Evelyn, George
    Fane, William
    FitzGerald, John Forster
    Fitzmaurice, John
    Fitzroy, Charles
    Fock, John Michael Henry, 3rd Baron de Robeck, serving with General Sir John Moore in Spain
    Forster, Henry
    Frankland, Frederick William, 8th Bt. ( 1812-1814 )
    Fremantle, John, as Aide-de-Camp to the Duke of Wellington
    Fuller-Eliott-Drake, Thomas Trayton, 1st Bt.
    Gethin, Richard
    Gibbons, Frederick, and was severely wounded at Albuera
    Gordon-Lennox, Charles, 5th Duke of Richmond
    Gough, William
    Grattan, William, where he was wounded twice
    Guise, John Wright, 3rd Bt. ( 1812-1814 ), including Salamanca, Madrid, Burgos, Vittoria, Bidassoa, Nive, Adour, and Bayonne
    Guise, John Wright, 3rd Bt. ( 1809 ), including Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onoro
    Hamlyn-Williams, James, 3rd Bt., with the 7th Hussars
    Hay, George, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale ( 1806 )
    Hely Hutchinson, John, 3rd Earl of Donoughmore of Knocklofty
    Hewett, George Henry, 2nd Bt.
    Hill, Rowland, 1st Viscount Hill of Hawkestone and of Hardwicke ( 1813 )
    Hopkins, John William
    Jauncey, Henry Fyge, where he was wounded
    Jauncey, John
    Johnstone, John
    Jones, Oliver Thomas
    Keane, John, 1st Baron Keane ( 1814 )
    Knollys, William Thomas
    Luard, John
    Mitchell, Hugh Henry ( 1814 )
    Moleyns, Thomas Townsend Aremberg, 3rd Baron Ventry
Montfort, Charles
    Montmorency, Reymond Hervey ( 1811 ), where he became a POW in the advance to Badajoz
    Mudge, Richard Zachariah
    Munro, Charles, of Foulis, 9th Bt. ( 1811 )
    Murray, Henry
    O'Connell, John
    O'Grady, Gerald de Courcy ( 1811 )
    Page-Turner, Edward George Thomas, 5th Bt.
    Page-Turner, Francis William Martin
Pakenham, Edward Michael
    Pakenham, Hercules Robert
    Persse, Dominick ( 1812 )
    Persse, William
    Persse, William
    Ramsay, George, 9th Earl of Dalhousie
    Saunderson, Hardress Robert ( 1809-1810 )
    Shirley, Charles
    Smijth-Windham, Joseph
    Somers-Cocks, John Sommers, 2nd Earl Sommers ( 1812 )
    Stannus, Robert, where he was wounded five times
    Stuart, Robert Walter, 11th Lord Blantyre ( 1809 )
    Trefusis, Robert Cotton St. John, 18th Lord Clinton
    Trevor, Henry Otway, 21st Lord Dacre
    Vane, Charles William, 3rd Marquess of Londonderry ( 1809-1812 ), as Adjutant-General
    Walbanke-Childers, Michael ( 1811-1814 )
    Walker, George Townshend, 1st Bt. ( 1808-1814 )
    Wallace-Dunlop, James, 21st of that Ilk ( 1811 ), where he commanded a brigade in the 5th Division
    Warrender, John, of Lochend, 5th Bt.
    Wavell, Arthur Goodall
    White, Henry, 1st Baron Annaly of Annaly and Rathcline, where he won a medal with clasps
    Whitworth-Aylmer, Matthew, 5th Lord Aylmer
    Count equals 109 individuals.

Peninsular Was
    Butler, Francis
    Count equals 1 individual.

Retreat to Corunna
    Baird, David, of Newbyth, 1st Bt., where he lost an arm
    Macnamara, Frederick Hayes
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Retreat to Torres Vedras
    Stapleton-Cotton, Stapleton, 1st Viscount Combermere of Bhurtpore ( 1810 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Seige of Badajoz
Blackwood, Robert Temple ( 1811 ), where he was severely wounded
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege of Alexandria
    Coote, Eyre ( 1800-1801 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege of Badajoz
    Adderly, James ( 1812 )
    Beresford, William Carr, 1st and last Viscount Beresford of Beresford ( 1812 )
Bermingham, John ( 1811 )
    Gethin, Richard, first through the wall at the storming of Badajoz
Innes, William
    Walker, George Townshend, 1st Bt. ( 1812 ), where he was wounded in the storming
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 6 Apr 1812 )
Westropp, Ralph ( 9 Mar 1811 )
    White, Henry, 1st Baron Annaly of Annaly and Rathcline ( 1812 )
    Count equals 9 individuals.

Siege of Bergen-op-Zoom
    Henderson, Robert, of Tunnygask ( 1622 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege oft Badajoz
Booth, Charles ( Apr 1812 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

The Glorious First
    Cotton, Charles, 5th Bt. ( 1 Jun 1794 ), in command of H.M.S Majestic
    Hood, Alexander, 1st Viscount Bridport of Cricket St. Thomas ( 1 Jun 1794 ), as second in command on The Royal George
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Waterloo
    Montagu, John ( 1815 ), with the 52nd Regiment
    Count equals 1 individual.

Waterloo Campaign
    Erskine, John Francis Miller, 26th/9th Earl of Mar ( 1815 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

attack on the Picurina, before Badajoz
Powys, Henry
    Count equals 1 individual.

bombardment of Copenhagen
    Baird, David, of Newbyth, 1st Bt.
    Count equals 1 individual.

capture of Madrid
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 12 Aug 1812 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

forcing of a passage over the Douro
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( 12 May 1809 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

invasion of Portugal
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington ( Mar 1811 ), by extending the fortications of Torres Vedras, he prevented the French from getting to Lisbon, forcing them to retreat back into Spain
    Count equals 1 individual.

occupation of Copenhagen
    Burrard, Harry, 1st Bt. ( 1808 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

retreat from Corunna
    Carmichael Smyth, James, 1st Bt.
    Proby, John, 2nd Earl of Carysfort
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Total count equals 434 individuals.


=killed in action or mortally wounded during this battle/war