104th Regiment of Foot [UK, 1761-63, 1782-84]
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Authors and Contributors this page: T.F. Mills
Page created 1 August 2000. Corrected and updated 26.05.2005
 
 

104th Regiment of Foot

[1761-1763, 1782-1784]

 
United Kingdom 
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How to find information about individuals who served in this corps
 
1761.08.10 104th Regiment of Foot (King's Voluntiers)
1763 disbanded

1782.02.24 104th Regiment of Foot
raised in Ireland
1784 disbanded in Ireland
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Deployment and Service [1761-1763]:
 
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1761.08.10 raised
176u Martinique
  1763 disbanded
       
Deployment and Service [1782-1784]:
 
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Overseas service
Home service
1782.02.24 raised in Ireland
1782 Ireland
1784 disbanded
       
       

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  Lieutenant Colonel Commandant:
1760 Gen. Patrick Tonyn [to 1763; also 48th Foot]

  Colonel:
1781 Lt-Gen. Stuart Douglas [to 1783]
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