1702 – Allied offensive in the Low Countries – French OOB Bedmar July

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Description

State of the army under the command of the Marquis de Bedmar on July 1 1702.

Commander-in-Chief: Marquis de Bedmar

Summary: 40 bns, 14 sqns

  • at Nieuport
  • at Ostend
    • Puente Ibañez (1 bn) Spanish
    • II./Lorraine (1 bn)
    • II./Berry (1 bn)
  • at Damme
  • at Bruges
    • Amezaga (1 bn) Spanish
    • Rhingrave (1 bn)
  • at Ghent
    • II./Noailles (1 bn)
    • II./La Faille (1 bn)
  • in Waasland
    • Thoy (1 bn)
    • Meyer (2 bns) Swiss
    • I./de Grobendonck (1 bn)
  • at Antwerp
    • Zuñiga (1 bn)
    • Sarre (1 bn)
    • Rupelmonde (1 bn)
    • Grimberghes (1 bn)
    • I./La Faille (1 bn)
  • in the forts of la Perle, Marie, Saint-Philippe and Austruweel
    • Barrois (1 bn)
    • Luxembourg (1 bn)
  • at Lierre
    • II./de Grobendonck (1 bn)
    • II./de Grouff (1 bn)
  • in camp between Antwerp and Lierre
    • Idiaquez (1 bn)
    • I./Capres (1 bn)
    • Fusiliers d'Espagne (1 bn)
    • Spinola (2 bns) Spanish
    • Garde des Chevaux-Bais (1 sqn) Spanish
    • Chacon Cavalry (2 sqns) Spanish
    • Berghes Cavalry (2 sqns) Spanish
    • Fiennes Cavalerie (2 sqns)
    • Richebourg Dragons (3 sqns) aka Risbourg Dragons
  • in the Comte de Lamothe's camp
    • Boulonnais (1 bn)
    • Charolais (1 bn)
    • Sillery (1 bn)
    • Surbeck (3 bns) Swiss
    • Villars (3 bns) Swiss
    • Courrière (1 bn)
    • Pelleport Cavalerie (2 sqns)
    • Flavacourt Dragons (2 sqns)

References

Pelet and François Eugène de Vault: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 2 pp. 549-550