1702 – Campaign in Northern Italy – Franco-Spanish Vaudémont OOB mid July

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Description

Order of battle of the Franco-Spanish in Northern Italy under Vaudémont in mid-July 1702.

Commander-in-chief: Prince Charles de Vaudémont (Spanish governor of Milan)

Summary: 47 bns and 60 sqns

Senior officers:

  • on the cavalry right wing
    • First line
      • Lieutenant-General d'Aytone
      • Maréchal de camp de Villepéon
    • Second line
      • Lieutenant-General Duke of Sesto
  • in the infantry centre
    • First line
      • Lieutenant-General de Colmenero
      • Maréchal de camp de Chemerault
    • Second line
      • Lieutenant-General de Cavoye
      • Maréchal de camp de Bouligneux
      • Maréchal de camp de Bissy
  • on the cavalry left wing
    • First line
      • Lieutenant-General de Barbesières
      • Lieutenant-General Duc de Medavi
      • Maréchal de camp d'Asfeld
    • Second line
      • Lieutenant-General de Saint-Frémont
  • Reserve
    • M. de Fimarcon
First Line Second Line
Right Cavalry Wing
unidentified Spanish brigade (6 sqns)

Esclainvilliers' Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Cuirassiers (3 sqns)
  • Esclainvilliers (2 sqns)

Villiers's Brigade (4 sqns)

  • Melun (2 sqns)
  • Villiers (2 sqns)
unidentified Spanish brigade (3 sqns)

D'Ourches's Brigade (8 sqns)

  • Narbonne (2 sqns)
  • Ourches (2 sqns)
  • Bertillac ?? (2 sqns)
  • Bissy (2 sqns)
Infantry Centre
unidentified Spanish brigade (4 bns)

De Saint-Pater's Brigade (4 bns)

  • Leuville (2 bns)
  • Mirabeau (1 bn)
  • Vivarais (1 bn)

Grancey's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Grancey (1 bn)
  • Flandre (1 bn)
  • Ponthieu (1 bn)

De Vaudret's Brigade (3 bns)

  • La Sarre (1 bn)
  • Angoumois (1 bn)
  • Périgord (1 bn)

De Berulle's Brigade (4 bns)

Maulevrier's Brigade (4 bns)
  • La Fère (1 bn)
  • Maulevrier (2 bns)
  • Albigeois (1 bn)

De Bar's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Royal-Marine (2 bns)
  • Bassigny (1 bn)

Montsorault's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Sourches (1 bn)
  • Solre (1 bn)
  • Croy (1 bn)

De Montmorency's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Vosges (1 bn)
  • Forest (1 bn)
  • Rouergue (1 bn)

Thiérache (1 bn)

Left Cavalry Wing
Rennepont's Brigade (6 sqns)
  • Rennepont (2 sqns)
  • Espinchal (2 sqns)
  • Vienne (2 sqns)

Courlandon's Brigade (7 sqns)

  • Rassé (2 sqns)
  • Courlandon (2 sqns)
  • Commissaire Général (3 sqns)
De Choiseul's Brigade (11 sqns)
  • Montauban (2 sqns)
  • Sheldon (2 sqns)
  • Simiane (2 sqns)
  • Viltz (2 sqns)
  • La Reine (3 sqns)

Artillery (1 bn)

  • Spanish Artillery (1 bn)

Reserve (10 sqns)

  • unidentified Spanish dragoons (4 sqns)
  • Fimarcon Dragons (3 sqns)
  • Vérac Dragons (3 sqns)

Garrison of Mantua (14 bns)

  • Limousin (2 bns)
  • Morangies (1 bn)
  • Royal-Comtois (2 bns)
  • Bigorre (1 bn)
  • Bresse (1 bn)
  • Beauce (1 bn)
  • Soissonnais (1 bn)
  • Miromesnil (1 bn)
  • Gatinais (1 bn)
  • Bugey (1 bn)
  • Bragelone (1 bn)
  • Labour (1 bn)

References

Pelet and François Eugène de Vault: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 2 p. 723