Waterloo Soldiers Database

Battle of Waterloo Soldiers

Read an article in the August Who Do You Think You Are? magazine and it mentioned a database kept by David Milner. A Google search led me to several websites that mention David’s database, but it doesn’t look as if he has a site of his own, probably too busy recording Waterloo soldiers!

Anyway I have found that David has compiled a register of British soldiers who served at the Battles of Waterloo and Quatre Bras or were in Flanders at the time and currently has something in excess of 40,000 names in the database.

He welcomes enquires from researchers is welcome and he can be contacted at [email protected]

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  1. Peter Gleed Saunders says:

    Hi Linda, I received help from David Milner almost two years ago on my ggg-grandfather William Gleed, he had fought at Waterloo and David was kind enought to send me the information to help round out my family tree. Is there a web sight that could help me find his life after the military, I know that he joined the Metro Police when they first started and he died in Greenwich about 1838, but I don’t know were he and his wife Sarah are buried. Take care, Peter

    • Hi Peter,
      A reply to your query has been answered by way of a blog post so check out the post on the front page of the MadAboutGenealogy website.

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