1703 – Campaign in the Low Countries – Franco-Spanish OOB February Luxembourg

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Description

Order of battle of the Franco-Spanish reinforcements (22 bns, 25 sqns) sent to Luxembourg in February 1703.

French units (14 bns, 21 sqns)

  • Du Roi Infanterie (4 bns) destined for Luxembourg
  • Laonnais Infanterie (1 bn) destined for Luxembourg
  • Thoy Infanterie (1 bn) destined for Carignan
  • Royal-Italien Infanterie (1 bn) destined for Sedan
  • Greder Allemand Infanterie (2 bns) destined for Sedan
  • Santerre Infanterie (1 bn) destined for Longwy
  • Surbeck Infantry (3 bns) destined for Sedan
  • Touraine Infantry (1 bn) destined for Montmédy
  • Mestre de camp général Cavalerie (3 sqns) destined for Montmédy
  • Cravates du Roi Cavalerie (3 sqns) destined for Douzy
  • Bourgogne Cavalerie (2 sqns) destined for Longwy
  • Orléans Cavalerie (2 sqns) destined for Luxembourg
  • La Baume Cavalerie (2 sqns) destined for Mouzon
  • Colonel Général Dragons (3 sqns) destined for Carignan
  • Saint-Hermine Dragons (3 sqns) destined for Mouzon
  • Hautefort Dragons (3 sqns) destined for Thionville

Spanish units (8 bns, 4 sqns)

  • Montfort Infantry (2 bns) destined for Luxembourg
  • Grouff Infantry (2 bns) destined for Luxembourg
  • Hainaut Infantry (1 bn) aka Chevalier de Leyde destined for Luxembourg
  • Van der Gracht Infantry (1 bn) destined for Luxembourg
  • Brias Infantry (1 bn) destined for Luxembourg
  • Courrières Infantry (1 bn) destined for Luxembourg
  • Croy Cavalry (2 sqns) destined for Luxembourg but finally replaced by Gaetano Cavalry (2 sqns)
  • Bergues Cavalry (2 sqns) destined for Luxembourg

References

Pelet and François Eugène de Vault: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 3 pp. 724-725