21eme Regiment de Ligne
  Fort Amherst
Fort Amherst
9th-10th July
To All,
Thanks to the following,
Mr Perko and Mr Redfearn thank you very much for attending with your very impressive unit they did themselves proud next time we will get together and have a script ready well before i must apologise im not much of a tactian so i am sue you will cut me some slack i would like to think you got something out of it and that you would come to the next event we are going to try and get funding from the council to cover powder costs and hopefully put on a breakfast for all combatants any feed back you can give me please feel free.
Please be gentle with me it was a first attempt and we all learn by mistakes and experience helps,Thanks again gentlemen of the 21eme.
First footguards amazing you looked very impressive and i hope you will throw your support behind the next event as stated in the above weare trying to get some funding for next year i will keep you informed Thank you so much gentlemen you helped make the weekend.
79th Camerons what can i say thank you for your patience and help and the support you as  a unit have given me Tony you are a star mate thanks nd see you at Amherst event two..
71st thank you for your help and support and any feed back would be great hopefully you will support the next event and give the public the best show ever,
50th Keri what can i say thanks and where was Chewie need i say more always steadfast is correct see you at Amherst two..
Artillery My Lord thank you and i hope i can rely on your support in the future we will give the artillery a bigger part next year and thanks for the huge bangs you definetly woke up medway towns thanks again.
60th Thanks agaim Clint/ Shane/Mark can i rely on your support for Amherst two fellas fantastic,
Keri can you pass on my thanks to the 51st please and they have a standing invite to the fort brilliant.
Elton anyone i have forgotten please pass on my heart felt thks to them it was great but Amherst 2012 will be mega.
Lucy Thank the fort for the use ofthe fort one of the big reasons for re-enactors not using the fort is that they wanted to charge us for being there and we as re-enactors dont do this for the money we do it because we enjoy it and if we can get expenses ie powder paid for we would fight all day long i would like to meet up for a brush up meeting when you have time i hope the fort made some money in the cafe and the bar if the bar prices were adjusted don they would have sold more but other than the toilets the weekend went well i think i will wait for feedback from the other units and then contact you.
Mr Harlow thank you for stepping in and helping out of the cuff nice one..
Footguards Surgeon thank you very very much got lots of positive feedback from public and your right next time the battle then surgery mayb we could set up a field hospital what do you think.
T o all this wouldnt have happened without you thnk you for your support and we will have a solid programme naxt year also a solid script especially from experienced officers and lastly
See you all soon thanks again please all keep in touch if you enjoyed it tell everyone and rum up support.
Next Time its all for Help For Heroes as was today.
If i missed anyone i am sorry thank them for me and i will put a message on facebook.
Anyone who can make last bank holiday in may next year please let me know if we can get powder paid for and lay on breakfast saturday and sunday
we want to combine the vent with the Golden Jubilee i realise its close to waterloo but lets give people who cant make it a taste of what there missing and we should commerorate the fallen of both sides here in the UK and never let there sacrifice be forgotten.

Stephen Seymour,
Serjeant Major 
94th Old Scotch Brigade (Grenadier Company).
God Save The King. 

Fort Amherst

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Commanding Officer
Chris Perko
Algrave Hall
Hassock Lane North
Derbyshire DE75 7JB
The Adjutant
Chris Durkin
7 Lowcroft Crescent
Oldham OL9 9UU
Position of the Regiment
25th May
1790 Regiment Guyenne at Lyon
1792: Journal militaire:1st battalion arrived Besancon
1793 Landau, siege until 28th December.
1794 At Nice, General Kellerman formed a Polish battalion with men found in the 21eme demi-brigade, 9 companies of 3 officers and 70 men.
1796 Evening, Massena's division (21e) along left bank of the Ellero, from Mondovi to the Tanaro.
1798 Into garrison at Amiens, 2nd battalion at Nantes (formed March 1797), 3rd at Dunkirk
1799 Magnano, towards Brescia.
1800 Pas de Suse, and town of Suse.
1801 Battalion expeditionnaire formed on the Ile de Re, with 140 of the 21eme, 106 56th Line, 59 5th Light, 58 Colonial depot Ile de re, 28 legion Loire, 119 cannoniers 5th Foot artillery, on the frigate l'Africaine.
1803 Bruges Camp/Ostend, 3/4 battalions Flessigne until July 1804.
1804 3rd and 4th battalions to Cologne.
1805 Crossed the Danube at Pressberg, one battalion at Bruick, other in villages of Regelbrun, Arbestal, Collesbrunn, Willfersnauer, and Schadendorf, until 5th January 1806.
1806 Division Kreus Munster
1807 Division at the Hohenstein camp until 5th June.
1808 Juliers
1809 Division left Ebersdorf for Vienna
1810 Brunswick, until October.
1811 Stade
1812 Division Thorn
1813 Order to form 1st Corps, 1st division, 33rd Provisional demi-brigade (2/12, 2/21) forming near Erfurth, united into corps at Wittenberg.
1814 Bergen op Zoom
1815 Lille

1815 Between Quatre-Bras and Waterloo.
Waterloo 1985
Boulogne 1991 on the Video page.

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