1711 – Campaign in Catalonia – Allied OOB July

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Description

In July 1711, the Allied army in Catalonia numbered 24,942 foot and 6,584 horse.

Commander-in-Chief: Field Marshal Guido Count von Starhemberg

Infantry (approx. 25,000 men)

Cavalry (6,584 men)

  • Spanish Cavalry
    • King's Dragoons (2 sqns, 379 men, 378 horses) aka Zinzendorf
    • Onrubia (2 sqns, 297 men, 247 horses) aka Morras
    • Nebot (2 sqns, 339 men, 304 horses)
    • Don Gaspar de Cordova (2 sqns, 404 men, 309horses) aka Aragón Cuirassiers
    • Don Antonio Clariana (2 sqns, 350 men, 275 horses) aka Guàrdies Reials de Cavalaria Catalana
    • Sobias (2 sqns, 248 men, 209 horses)
    • Don Antonia Prats (1 free coy, 40 men, 34 horses)
  • Imperial Cavalry
  • Portuguese Cavalry
    • Miranda (3 sqns, 396 men, 304 horses)
    • Castro (3 sqns, 396 men, 304 horses)
    • Sottomajor (3 sqns, 396 men, 304 horses)
    • Azevedo (3 sqns, 396 men, 304 horses)
    • Revelo (3 sqns, 494 men, 401 horses) formed from the former Cunea and O'Kelly rgts
  • Palatine Cavalry
    • Schellart Cavalry (2 sqns, 282 men, 275 horses)
    • General Frankenberg Cavalry (2 sqns, 235 men, 235 horses) former Leiningen
    • Colonel Frankenberg Cavalry (2 sqns, 231 men, 231 horses) former Stolzenberg
    • Mill Cavalry (2 sqns, 230 men, 230 horses) former Spee
  • Dutch Cavalry
    • Mattha Dragoons (2 sqns, 351 men, 390 horses)
    • Schlippenbach Dragoons (2 sqns, 345 men, 372 horses)
    • Drymborn Cavalry (2 sqns, (226 men, 262 horses)
  • British Cavalry

N. B.: Browne de Camus Infantry and Toldo Infantry were reorganized in 3 bns each in December 1711

References

Frhr. Mühlwerth-Gärtner: Spanischer Successions-Krieg. Feldzug 1711, II. Serie, IV. file, Vienna 1887

Dorrell, Nicholas: Marlborough's other Army, Warwick 2019, pp. 164 ff

Acknowledgements

Harald Skala for the initial version of this article