21eme Regiment de Ligne
  Kingston Maurward 2008
Kingston Maurward Hi Folks Just a short note on behalf of the 2/95th to express our thanks to the Coldstream Guards, 21 eme, 45 eme and 85 eme for making the weekend at Dorchester such an excellent event. I have spoken with Dave Allen of PASTE today and it is positive news. Over 300 feedback forms were filled in by the public and all of them said what a great time they had and asked when the next one would be. The numbers of public were not what was hoped but it was considered a success. Kingston Maurward are committed to doing the event again next year, but one week later, so that it does not clash with the Jane Austen week at Bath. The plan is to make next years event bigger and better and this time the house will be open. The plan is to have some displays in the house and to hold a Regency Ball on the Saturday evening with all the re-enactors invited as guests. So I hope you will pencil into your diaries the 4 & 5 October 2009 for a bigger and better event ! Best Regards Iain Wilkinson 2/95th Rifles Secretary & Events Coordinator
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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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