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APPENDIX R

art Casualties among British Officers on the Concord Mission, April 19 to June 17, 1775.

Commanders

Lt. Col. Francis Smith, 10th Foot, wounded in retreat from Concord Major John Pitcairn, British Marines; injured in retreat from Concord, mortally wounded at Bunker Hill

4th Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. Nesbit Balfour, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Edward Gould, wounded and captured on the Concord expedition

Lt. John Barker

4th Foot, Grenadier Company

Captain John West, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Edward Barron, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Leonard Brown, wounded at Bunker Hill

5th Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. John Battier

Lt. Thomas Hawkshaw, wounded on Concord expedition

Lt. Thomas Cox, wounded on Concord expedition

5th Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. George Harris, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Thomas Baker, wounded on Concord Expedition

10th Foot, Light Infantry

Capt. Lawrence Parsons, wounded at Concord, and again at Bunker Hill

Lt. Waldron Kelly, wounded on Concord expedition

Ensign Jeremy Lister, volunteer, wounded on Concord expedition

10th Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. Edward Fitzgerald, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. James Pettigrew, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Thomas Verner, died of wounds at Bunker Hill

18th Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. John Shee

Lt. George Bruere

Lt. William Blackwood

23rd Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. Robert Donkin

Lt. Thomas Walsh

Lt. Onslow Beckwith, wounded at Bunker Hill

23rd Foot Grenadier Company

Capt. William Blakeney, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Thomas Gibbings

Lt. John Lenthall, wounded at Bunker Hill

38th Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. St. Lawrence Boyd, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. William Wade

Lt. Francis Johnstone

38th Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. William Crosbie

Lt. John Howe

Lt. Robert Christie, wounded at Bunker Hill

43rd Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. Walter S. Laurie

Lt. Edward Hull, mortally wounded on the Concord Expedition

Lt. Alexander Robertson, wounded at Bunker Hill

43rd Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. John Hatfield

Lt. Charles McLean

Lt. William Gubbins

47th Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. Thomas Henry Craig, wounded at Bunker hill

Lt. John McKinnon

Lt. Thomas Storey

47th Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. Richard England, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. Christ. Hilliard, died of wounds at Bunker Hill

Lt. Pook England, wounded at Bunker Hill

52nd Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. William Browne

Lt. George Hamilton

Lt. Eward Collier

52nd Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. William Davison, killed at Bunker Hill

Lt. John Thompson, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. William Gordon

59th Foot, Light Infantry Company

Capt. Narcissus Huson

Lt. Ambrose Simpson

Lt. George Cumine

59th Foot, Grenadier Company

Capt. George Gray

Lt. Melton Woodward

Lt. Andrew Despard

British Marines, Light Infantry Company

Capt William Souter, wounded on retreat from Concord

Lt. William Pitcairn

Lt. Philip Howe

British Marines, Grenadier Company

Capt Thomas Averne, wounded at Bunker Hill

Lt. William Finney, killed at Bunker Hill

Lt. George Vevers

Advance Patrol, Volunteers and Officers on Special Assignments

Major Edward Mitchell, 5th Foot commanding

Capt. Charles Cochrane, 4th Foot

Capt. Charles Lumm, 38th Foot

Lt. William Grant, Royal Artillery

Lt. F. P. Thorne, 4th Foot

Lt. William Sutherland, 38th Foot, wounded on Concord expedition

Lt. Jesse Adair, British Marines

Lt. Hamilton, 64th Foot, captured on Concord expedition

Surgeon’s Mate Simms, 43rd Foot

SOURCE: Muster Rolls and Pay Lists, WO12, PRO

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