1702 – Allied offensive in the Low Countries – French OOB Boufflers September

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Description

As of 10 September 1702, Maréchal de Boufflers was at the head of 56 bns and 58 sqns at the camp of Beringen near Limbourg in the Low Countries.

Cavalry (58 sqns for a total of 5,780 men fit for service)

  • Mestre de Camp Général (3 sqns for a total of 317 men)
  • Du Roi (3 sqns for a total of 327 men)
  • Royal-Étranger (3 sqns for a total of 342 men)
  • Royal-Allemand (3 sqns for a total of 304 men)
  • Carabiniers (3 sqns for a total of 304 men)
  • Rosel (2 sqns for a total of 158 men)
  • Cloix (2 sqns for a total of 176 men)
  • Lestang (2 sqns for a total of 184 men)
  • Bourgogne (2 sqns for a total of 226 men)
  • Berry (2 sqns for a total of 231 men)
  • Orléans (2 sqns for a total of 231 men)
  • Du Maine (2 sqns for a total of 192 men)
  • Toulouse (2 sqns for a total of 238 men)
  • Beringhen (2 sqns for a total of 237 men)
  • Talmont (2 sqns for a total of 246 men)
  • Quintin (2 sqns for a total of 166 men)
  • Rosen (2 sqns for a total of 198 men)
  • Grignan (2 sqns for a total of 211 men)
  • Duras (2 sqns for a total of 180 men)
  • Egmont (2 sqns for a total of 231 men)
  • Furstemberg (2 sqns for a total of 220 men)
  • Vaillac (2 sqns for a total of 192 men)
  • Colonel Général Dragons (3 sqns for a total of 328 men)
  • Mestre de Camp Général Dragons (3 sqns for a total of 330 men)
  • Du Roi Dragons (3 sqns for a total of 315 men)

Infantry (56 bns for a total of 23,227 men)

  • Bombardiers (1 bn for a total of 540 men)
  • Du Roi (4 bns for a total of 1,640 men)
  • Charost (2 bns for a total of 600 men)
  • Greder (2 bns for a total of 700 men) German
  • Gardes Françaises (4 bns for a total of 2,450 men)
  • Gardes Suisses (3 bns for a total of 1,500 men)
  • La Couronne (2 bns for a total of 890 men)
  • Sparre (2 bns for a total of 520 men)
  • Fusiliers d'Espagne (1 bn for a total of 459 men)
  • Royal-Allemand (2 bns for a total of 768 men)
  • Royal-Roussillon (2 bns for a total of 972 men)
  • Picardie (3 bn for a total of 1,200 men)
  • Blaisois (1 bn for a total of 400 men)
  • Orléans (2 bns for a total of 500 men)
  • Saint-Sulpice (2 bns for a total of 624 men)
  • Royal-Italien (1 bn for a total of 450 men)
  • Zurlauben (2 bns for a total of 600 men)
  • Artois (1 bn for a total of 317 men)
  • Deynse (1 bn for a total of 450 men)
  • Touraine (1 bn for a total of 218 men)
  • Idiaquez (1 bn for a total of 395 men)
  • Thianges (2 bns for a total of 660 men)
  • Languedoc (2 bns for a total of 616 men)
  • Vexin (1 bn for a total of 270 men)
  • Greder (3 bns for a total of 1,400 men) Swiss
  • Castellas (2 bns for a total of 1,050 men)
  • Brandelet (3 bns for a total of 1,488 men)
  • Alsace (3 bns for a total of 1,550 men)

References

Pelet and François Eugène de Vault: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 2 pp. 578-579