~ in William's diary: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z - an attempt to add biographies to those names. Many entries are taken from Steve Brown's British Regiments and the Men Who Led Them 1793-1815: 71st Regiment of Foot - on the Napoleon Series website
Pack Colonel
Pack General Pack
Pack Lieutenant-Colonel Denis
Pack Sir Denis
Pack Sir Dennis

Lt Col Denis Pack, K.C.B.

Born Kilkenny Ireland 1772; served in Flanders 1794 to 1795; served at Quiberon 1795; Major in 4th Dragoon Guards 25 August 1798; served in Irish Rebellion 1798; Lieutenant-Colonel in 71st Foot 6 December 1800 (on transfer from 4th Dragoon Guards); commanded 1/71st Foot 1800 to 1810; served at Cape of Good Hope 1805; served in South America 1806, taken POW at Buenos Aires but escaped; wounded and POW again at Buenos Aires 1807; served in Peninsula with 71st Foot August 1808 to January 1809; Brigadier-General in Peninsula 7 July 1810; brevet Colonel 25 July 1810; commanded Portuguese brigade July 1810 to August 1813; subsequently Major-General 4 June 1813; wounded at Sorauren; wounded at Toulouse; commanded brigade and wounded at Waterloo 1815; Colonel of York Chasseurs 1815; died London 1823

Paget Lord

Paget Major-General

Pasley Captain

Peacock Sir Nathaniel Levett
Peacocke Major Nathaniel Levett , Bt.

Born Ireland 1769; Major in 48th Foot 14 December 1796; brevet Lieutenant-Colonel 29 April 1802; Major in 71st Foot 25 June 1807; served in Peninsula with 1/71st Foot September to November 1810; commanded 2/71st Foot 1810 to 1813; brevet Colonel 4 June 1811; Lieutenant-Colonel 4 June 1813; commanded 1/71st Foot in Peninsula June 1813 to March 1814; wounded at Nive at sent home 'quietly' afterwards.

Picton Sir Thomas

Pidgeon Captain J.

Pooler surgeon

Popham Sir Home

Pratt Lieutenant J. D.