82nd (The Prince of Wales Volunteers) Regiment of Foot
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United Kingdom
1793.09.27 82nd Regiment of Foot
1802 82nd (The Prince of Wales Volunteers) Regiment of Foot
absorbed Prince of Wales Volunteers [named for the future King George IV]
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 40th Foot to form The Prince of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment)

BATTLE HONOURS LINKS ARE INOPERATIVE

Rolica, Vimiera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, Peninsula, Niagara, Sevastopol, Lucknow

Note: see also The South Lancashire Regiment (The Prince of Wales Volunteers) for belatedly awarded battle honours.

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Uniform: coat: blue, lapels and cuffs: not known, turnbacks: not known, lacings: none
1793.09.27 Gen. Charles Leigh [also 3rd Foot, 20th Foot]
1797.03.02 Gen. James Stuart [also 72nd Foot; C-in-C Bombay 1796-1801, C-in-C Madras 1801-03]
1798.10.23 Gen. Sir Henry Pigot, GCMG [also 38th Foot]
1836.12.05 Gen. Sir John Wilson, KCB [also 11th Foot]
1841.05.10 Lt-Gen. Sir Andrew Pilkington, KCB [also 20th Foot]
1850.11.25 Lt-Gen. Francis Miles Milman
1856.12.10 Lt-Gen. Nicholas Hamilton, KH
1859.12.13 Gen. Hon. Thomas Ashburnham, CB
1872.03.04 Gen. William Samuel Newton
Mottos:
Nicknames: The Powos
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Marches: God Bless the Prince of Wales
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