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27th Inniskillin Regiment of Foot, Waterloo, 1815

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  • Fine Digital Giclée print on Hahnemuelle Photo Cotton Rag Archival Art Paper
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The 27th Enniskillin (Inniskillin) Regiment was raised as local militia at Enniskillen by Colonel Zachariah Tiffin in June 1689. 

The 1st Battalion fought at the Battle of Waterloo as part of John Lambert's 10th Brigade in the 6th Division. At about 6:30 PM, the French captured the key strongpoint of La Haye Sainte farm. After this success, they brought up several cannon and took the Anglo-Allied lines under fire at extremely close range. At this period, the 698-strong battalion was deployed in square at the point where the Ohain road crossed the Charleroi to Brussels highway. At a range of 300 yards, the French artillery caused the unit enormous casualties within a short time. At day's end, the 3rd Battalion had lost 105 killed and 373 wounded, a total of 478 casualties. The unit was described as "lying dead in a square". At the time of Waterloo, the soldiers of the 27th were dressed in red, short-tailed jackets, overall trousers, and a high-fronted shako. The facing colour was buff and it was displayed on the collar, cuffs, and shoulder-straps. (Source Wikipedia)

One of a series of illustrations by David Higham, commemorating the Battle of Waterloo