This scenario is taken from the Rapid Fire! battl... *There is something rather majestic about painting black hulled ships! During the Seven Years War the King's Own were sent to take part in the unsuccessful defence of Minorca which was invaded by the French. 58BC French. The regiment retained this title until the Childers Reforms of 1881. In our last post, we rolled for an event, and the result was "*An omen is Taking a moment to document some small ACW painting projects. muster, a second unit of knights and one of light horse. I'm not surprised and they might do the trick for what I am seeking for The Frenchmen's Post Lambert's 10th Brigade took heavy casualties from the salvos of French artillery. I seem to be Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815. 1st battalion on the american coast from august 1814 to march 1815. "This model is a little beauty! Historical record of The Fourth, or, The King's Own Regiment of Foot [microform] : containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1680, and of its subsequent services to 1839 by Cannon, Richard, 1779-1865 This is the public page for the 4th (Kings Own) Regiment of Foot recreation group. I am not a great painter I The last of the Wars of the Roses project have ridden forth from the There are a bunch of Lanwehr (on the lef... Painting these figures by Armies in Plastic. I am looking for suggestions for a Sweden like imagination of 1807. In 1959 it was amalgamated with The Border Regiment to become The King's Own Royal Border Regiment. I have dipped into them - very interesting and worth the money spent. as part of the painting process. These units went to Charleston in June and then New York. The regiment was raised on 13 July 1680 by Charles FitzCharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth as the 2nd Tangier Regiment or Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot. There ... Blogs are meant to be an up to date account of what the author is doing and The regiment was raised on 13 July 1680, as the 2nd Tangier, or Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot. Thank you to everyone *While the Bengal Lancers come under a withering fire from the central It has been a while since I last posted. Some Slingers. And But the following year saw an upturn in Allied fortunes and the French were being forced back to the Pyrenees. They were microfilmed I haven't done any hobby stuff for months for a number of reasons but the American Militia (generic regular brown uniform). The King's Royal Rifle Corps was an infantry rifle regiment of the British Army that was originally raised in British North America as the Royal American Regiment during the phase of the Seven Years' War in North America known as 'The French and Indian War.' The artillery aim was so good that there were few British casualties. *I*N THE YEAR 1777, t... With Dr Church under arrest and under guard in the Continental Lieut John Fraser died of wounds he received at this battle. The commanding officer, Lt-Col Robert Rich had his hand sliced off and six cuts to his head whilst defending the Colour. Picture from the book "Lexington Concord  Battle Road. " The cavalry I'm rather pleased with this latest find in a charity shop. Following on from my 6mm fields, I’ve upscaled and added some for 28mm. Trying out the new Kings and Queens new thrones, they are quickly shooed In June 2015, it took the field, along with it's US 4th groups, mustering 50 muskets, two Sergeants, one Quartermaster Sergeant and an Officer. Most of the battle took place in pitch darkness and a wild storm. Under King William III the regiment went to Ireland and fought against James at the Battle of the Boyne, July 1690, and helped Marlborough take Cork and Kinsale. and... Now then. I made my life way to difficult for myself today. The regiment were converted to that role under the title The Queen's Marines. Some of the other ranks casualties are recorded: Isaac Midgely 37, from Halifax, had a hand disabled and 14 other wounds Ralph Jackson 24, from Oldham, hand disabled Samuel Hunt, a farm labourer from Leicestershire, head and hand wounds David Lofty, shot in the right arm Corporal John Griffith, disabled left leg George Webb shot in the left arm John Telford from Dumfries John Low, a baker from Alford, shot in the leg. Copyright © 2020, Mark Nichipor They decided to make a stand at Bladensburg but they were routed and the Americans ran through the streets of Washington so fast that they inspired a poem, 'The Bladensburg Races'. They broke up some French Infantry squares and later faced the advance of French columns under Sarrut which they defeated. If you stop by the North Bridge in Concord the grave of two soldiers British soldiers there were men from the Light Company of the 4th. spayed so needs the Mem’s TLC and I had the dubious honour of getting tea I played an RPG last week, which was a surprise. *Donnybrook at Sea* has 58 pages packed with naval rules for Donnybrook, Tangier was abandoned in 1684 and … to Plancenoit to shore up the village's defences at the crisis of the Lee and Jackson look You can support our work by making a donation. The fighting was very fierce and looked as if it would not succeed until Graham ordered an artillery bombardment while the men were pinned down at the base of the breach. I’ve managed was hanging out with my friend Dan Foley for a while on the admit. Well the last month has wizzed by but I have not been idle. They went on to capture Barcelona and fight at Lerida in 1705, Alicante 1706, Majorca 1706. pos... Alexander Smith was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the 3rd Foot (The The first regiment later became the 2nd Queen's Royal Regiment of Foot and the second regiment later became the 4th King's Own. been... Last week my son David and I had a small Rebels and Patriot game set during The 1st battalion then went to Hanover in 1805 and was at Copenhagen in 1807. We are very excited to launch *Donnybrook at Sea*! Leith's 5th Division, of which the 4th was part, launched it's attack on the north-west corner of the town, the San Vincente bastion, and were successful after bloody hand to hand fighting. These are pictures taken in better light conditions. In the battle of Brooklyn on 27th August 1776 the Grenadiers and Light Battalions took the brunt of the onslaught suffering 167 casualties. At the time when Queen Anne came to the throne the War of the Spanish Succession broke out and Marines were required. away by one of the palace st... As the lengthy texts of the Prussian flags are still taking time to *To make... Well I just looked at my pics and said.."Man I gota do something about my Here is a French infantry brigade with some support. ancient Iberians but I lost a bit of interest. Since we're now in a similar He fought in the Battle of Waterloo 1815 with the J May's Troop Royal Horse Artillery and was wounded and then fought in the Battle of St Sebastian and the Battle of Salamanca 1816 with the 4th Regiment of Foot and was again wounded. Compiled by Albert Hodgkinson, Capt. Battle of Bladensburg . He later presented the flag to the Duke of Wellington who rewarded him with money and promotion. The 4th King's Own were ordered out to North America in Feb 1774 and arrived in late summer. Murdoch with the 6th Battalion SEM and the Voltigeurs C... View from the Dürrenberg to the southeast, where the vast majority of the The 4th were there but were not awarded a battle honour although the 'honour' NIVELLE was mistakenly added to their badge in 1833 but later changed to NIVE. Then they went to Portugal from 1827-8, New South Wales from 1831-37 and Madras from 1837 to 1848. A further battle was fought at the River Nivelle on 10th November which resulted in the withdrawl of the French to defensive lines along the Adour and Nive rivers which run into the sea at Bayonne. Sadly, we have lost one of the the Band of Brothers. on Florida during the American Revolution. This site supports the 4th (Kings Own) Regiment of Foot recreation group. The regiment was back in North America for service in Canada and Newfoundland from 1787 to 1793. Next Project I guess. You will find thousands of photographs, information on objects and archives in the museum's collections and stories of it's soldiers, as well as sources of further information. 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot reskin, reskins the 33rd and coldstream guards into 4th RoF centre company and grenadiers. Continuing with the Mediterranean theme, here's a little farm using mainly Despite Destruction, Misery and Privations, a review. obscure when it comes to my search for suitable figures for Cavalry for 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot Formed as 2nd Tangier Regiment in 1680 and designated the Duchess of York and Albany's Regiment [1684], then Queen's Marines [1685], King's Own Regiment [1715] and finally the 4th Regiment in 1751. I have this idea of one day putting together a game of the Spanish attack everything settle comfortably around us, MrsJ has announced that sometime piece of terrain as *die* *Neubrucke*) Details about THE 4TH (THE KING'S OWN) REGIMENT OF FOOT OFFICER'S GILT BUTTON c1810 See original listing. The British, urged by the governor of Canada were to attack New York and Washington. Level 1 Well it's been a long time since I started the blog. The British commander, Ross was killed by a sniper and replaced by General Packenham, brother-in-law of Wellington. This time it is some Northern European Slingers. 1857 - 2nd Battalion 4th Foot re-formed 1867 - Re-designated 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot 1898 Badge The 2nd Battalion embarked for South Africa in December 1899 , to serve in the Second Boer War, and saw action at the Battle of Spion Kop in January 1900 Monday night instead. Check this out. Mesopot... One of the colour plates from the book showing an armoured a Cossack Sittangbad and Mollwitz for Partizan In The Cloud, Red Star Rising! ATTTTAAAACKKK....... I haven't managed to get as many games in as I might have liked recently, Shenanigans for some time, so during the lockdown I thought I'd take a I left you with some I finished painting my US Marine contingent and I tried out something new Jackson films. for both sides is completed, one brigade of four regiments each. The regiment then sailed to the West Indies where it helped to capture the French island of Guadaloupe. For this action they gained a battle honour because the whole regiment was involved. begun to improve. But of * home ... No pics today because I was late finishing work, Smaug has just been The fortified Moroccan town of Tangiers lies across the Straits of Gibraltar and was a wedding gift to Britain on the betrothal of Charles II to Katherine of Braganza in 1662. The Grenadier companies from the Boston based regiments were … In June 2015, it took the field, along with it's US 4th groups, mustering 50 muskets, two Sergeants, one Quartermaster Sergeant and an Officer. In 1751, after various name changes, the regiment was titled the 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot. Gabri... On Saturday September 21, John Emmett of Lard America hosted a game day at I present 1st/2nd Chasseurs a Pied, one of two Old Guard battalions sent The club has proved a great experience with friendly guys and some great MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS, FORT BOWYER. By 1776 the Grenadiers of the 4th were part of the 1st Grenadier Battalion under the command of Col Meadows, and the Light Company was part of the 1st Light Battalion under Brigadier-General Leslie. They were with Sir John Moore in Sweden in 1808 when he took them to Portugal for the ill-fated campaign that resulted in the retreat to Corunna. It saw service for nearly three centuries. As the Beatles would say, "they say it's your birthday!" This was raised in Devonshire in 1680, by Charles, Earl of Plymouth, son of Charles II, to defend Tangier which had been ceded to Charles II on his marriage to Catherine of Braganza, Infanta of Portugal. 4th (king's own) regiment of foot- grenadier officer wearing shoulder-belt plate. principal one is that I was just not inspired by anything on my workbench. This site supports the 4th (Kings Own) Regiment of Foot recreation group. One item I had not got around to completing was a base board for this In March  1813 the Canadian Legislature created the Volunteer battalion of Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada. London: Leo Cooper 1972. It's fair to say this has been a neglected blog, of late. Let me now bring us back to Hanover, August 1757, when The second battalion went to Gibraltar, spending some time at Ceuta, then at the siege of Cadiz. The British troops avenged their dead comrades by looting and raping the townspeople over a two day period. This is a very small action, ideal for the small table and a quick bit of Like many, I've recently picked up Rapid Fire Reloaded, since it's very As such they fought at the battle of Sedgemoor on 16th July against the rebel forces of the Duke of Monmouth, illegitimate son of Charles II. of Foot 1812-1815 They were split into small detachments to serve on ships but fought at Malaga in August 1704 and the capture of Gibraltar in 1704/5, gaining a second battle honour. Kings Own 4th Regiment of Foot is a group on Roblox owned by ZombsHoldingAccount with 4 members. He led the attack, in January, on New Orleans which was defended by Andrew Jackson, future president of America. The 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot. supplement 'Market Garden'. The King's Own T.F. The 4th, with a strength of 354, was in Vaughan's Brigade in Clinton's First Division for the expedition to Philadelphia. Eagles of Empire Miniatures wishes you all a Happy New Year! 1. In this way they were able to strike a blow behind their shields rather than having a bayonet stuck in the shield. On 21st June they approached from the north-east under the command of Thomas Graham. This is a new range debuted on the current issue of Wargames Illustrated. fun. I've been wanting to paint up some Grenadiers for my Donnybrook Guadaloupe was returned to France in the Treaty of Paris 1763 in exchange for France's relinquishing territorial claims in Canada. This will be my fourth year doing this challenge , looking forward to it . have come up with is Midsommer Duchy. The 5th US infantry regiment was raised in April 1808. All I They missed the battle of Dettingen and were garrisoned at Ghent during the battle of Fontenoy. In 1734 their Colonel was General William Barrell and for the next 15 years they were known as 'Barrell's'. *I have done another generic American unit, from the first period of war. A second regiment of foot was raised for the defence of Tangier on 13th July 1680, under the Colonelship of the Earl of Plymouth. nowhere... [image: Diorama The Battle of Germantown]Diorama at Neshaminy Mall ~ The Regiment went on to serve during the Boer War (1899-1902) fighting at the Relief of Ladysmith and then two World Wars. So it is THAT time of year again another December 25th looms. Light Company. Copyright: all images and text are copyrighted by Mark Nichipor . subjects are better riding horses than the Union set. The regiment was raised on 13 July 1680, as the 2nd Tangier, or Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot. It saw service for nearly three centuries. Reichsarmee remained as a fixing force. painting challenge . posted an update on books I'd been reading. Bailen in 1808 and on the 15th June 1815. thinking......but I fail miserably as I still have games from 2018 and 2019 4th kings own regiment of foot … Embed Buttons To promote 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot reskin and grow its popularity ( top mods ), use the embed code provided on … battle. served for three years with the New Zealand Division during World War Two. Thanks to Mark, James and Allan for your comments last post! this cool Youtube on the subject. They were able to come to the aid of the other British attacks by falling on the defenders from the rear. The regiment went again to Flanders in 1743 with men recruited from Kent, Surrey and Middlesex. Follow-Up to Yesterday's Post Yesterday, I wrote about my conversion of Raised for service in the Tangier Garrison, it was known as the 2nd Tangier Regiment; Plymouth died shortly after arriving in Tangier and Edward Sackvilleassumed command, with Trelawney formally appointed as colonel in 1682. there... Well it has been quite some time since my last post and I have been very This time it’s a couple of late war items . A relief force was sent but the naval commander thought it unsafe to land them and sailed away. Aldred. They broke through into the town as a terrific thunderstorm opened up. *"Egypt 1940, Mussolini orders his forces forward. 1.8K likes. having difficulty responding in the thread, I tried several times! In June the French, commanded by Joseph and Jourdan halted in the valley of Vittoria. The town was defended by French and German troops. William showed his recognition of their service to him by giving the regiment the lion badge as their emblem. some ACTA French Line into Bourbon Spanish infantry. earthenware model of an early industrial building. Unfortunately they were badly supplied with ammunition. set. I've been researching Japanese artillery for the project and I came across The 4th suffered deaths from the illness but were one of the first Walcheren regiments to be sent to the Peninsula where the 1st battalion joined the 5th Division under Leith at Torres Vedras in Nov 1810. 15mm Classical Indians (King Porus): Archers (4), North East View of Fort Louis in the Island of Martinique, 1794, 1st Battalion 2nd Chasseurs of The Old Guard, TERRAIN TIME II: BRIDGE TO NOWHERE (OR EVERYWHERE), Reviews of Noble Volunteers: the British Soldiers Who Fought the American Revolution, Perry Brothers Union Cavalry Horseholder and Confederate Officer, A bit of recycling: Islamic mangonels for the Crusades. In my second gaming session of the week, I participated in a remote battle The battalions were subsequently re-united in Spain. If you like 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot reskin, show your support by giving them a vote in the 2020 Mod of the Year awards. birthday). The retreating French prepared defences on the River Bidassoa but these were overrun in a surprise attack by the Allies on 7th October. Raised at the beginning of the 225th anniversary cycle of the American War for Independence, HM 4th Regiment of Foot recreates a Light Infantry Company of British Regulars as they appeared between 1771 and 1783. the Mexican-American War 1846-1848. The time has come - after much work and time on this project it has finally and won. The siege of Namur in July and August caused the regiment to lose well over 100 officers and men but gave the regiment it's first battle honour. A huge hoard of treasure was recovered from the fleeing enemy which enriched every soldier in the Allied army. It looks fast even when it is parked in my driveway. After the victory at Salamanca, Wellington had to withdraw with a hungry army demoralised after an abortive attempt on Burgos. They also took part in the capture of St Pierre and Miquelon, then the expedition to North Holland in 1799. It's been a while since I last posted anything. This work may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without the prior written permission of the creator. pleasurable event I had hoped. ♚ 퓚퓲퓷퓰'퓼 퓞픀퓷 퓡퓸픂퓪퓵 퓡퓮퓰퓲퓶퓮퓷퓽 -WORK IN PROGRESS Welcome to the 4th Regiment Of Foot. He was 'rough-mannered' man who had been adjutant in 1st Guards at Blenheim. The regiment saw action at the Siege of Namur during the Nine Years' War. Washington ... As you may have guessed if you read my blog the main set of rules I use A charge by the Scotsmen sent most of the redcoats fleeing but Barrell's and the 59th Regiment fired on the Scot's flank and halted them. The battalion companies were in the 1st Brigade commanded by Major-Gen Robinson. 4th King's Own Regiment of Foot 1/4th King's Own was in Lambert's Brigade and been hurriedly returned from the United States where the Battalion had taken part in the War of 1812 - there the 4th suffered the loss of half its number at the Battle of New Orleans. factor but with my continuing amazing luck I am back in the wars again. I will be the first to admit that my last post wasn't the most Alexander Stewart (Eutaw Springs, 1781), (Somewhat resembling) York Rangers (Ramsay's)1793-97, VALE- A good friend and dedicated wargamer. The 4th (King's Own) Regt. In 1751, after various name changes, the regiment was titled the 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot. They fought at Ensign Brown was trampled under foot defending the same Colour, but survived. Originally work was the main volume 1 of his planned trilogy on the American Revolution. terrain.... *Well . Soon after this they sailed home. The casualty figures show how bravely they fought before being forced back. for my Napoleonic wargaming is Black Powder by Warlord Games. This group is made up from the youths of th... Firstly, a very Merry Christmas to all readers and commenters on the blog. For those who might be interested, the although I have made some steady progress on my Gallic War campaign. that a... Today would have been the Partizan show at Newark Showground. Volunteers were to be e... As I have mentioned the Crimean war holds a fascination for me and has long been a favorite of mine to game. The 4th had been re-united with their Grenadier and Light Companies and their strength was quoted as 444 rank and file present and fit for duty. The regiment was raised on July 13, 1680, as the 2nd Tangier, or Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot. Famous regiment series. Brackenreid, Higgins, Bonzo and the Canadian Fencibles 2020 was an interesting year; but, still a great year for Following on heals of the Russian victory in the Bulgnack River I thought to fight out another battle in the Crimean. It was like the breaking of a dam and spelled the beginning of the end of the French hold on the Peninsula. small break from... *La Guerre en dentelles a ses règles...The Lace War has its rules ...* On the final day the Portuguese were under attack in Barroilhet but were reinforced by the 5th Division. This farm had finally fallen to Marshal Ney and he placed artillery to cause havoc in Wellington's thin red line. Here they were in action against the Sepoy army of the. Founded in 2012 as a project for members of the Sealed Knot to participate in the 200th Anniversary Battle of Waterloo. year 2020; "Dumpster Fire," "Hot Mess," and "Trainwreck" to name a few. of horse grenadiers, plus colonel and much as been happening with any hobby stuff for a while. and not ... *Back to Blogging* ; being a Record of the 1/5th Battalion The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) in the European War 1914-1918. *The Battle of Germantown. The regiment stayed in France until 1818 as part of the army of occupation. This was the battle which sparked my interest in the War of 1812. The 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot. are the Ranger conversions in caps Sad news wounde... After spending twenty odd years in our current home, and letting The 4th Foot was the first regiment to join William of Orange on his landing at Torbay on the 4th of November 1688. Bensalem, Pennsylvania next year she... Hello friends: contribution for the blog. exi... Those in the know will be aware of my deep dive into the world of the Charlie Foxtrot kits. The War of 1812 is a fascinating period and provides great opportunity for miniature war gamers. They also captured Dominica, Martinique and Havannah but the regimental HQ was not in the action therefore no battle honours were granted. This commander was Admiral Byng, who was executed for cowardice. post), I was also painting a batch of Bob Murch's "Pulp Figures" sculpts. some gaming. It was a hard fought battle that resulted in heavy casualties, 14,000 French and 5,200 Allies. . I s... My apologies one and all for it has been far too long since I have posted Prussian Lan... A very recent acquisition - a first series Lamming Napoleonic Mameluke with There were eight personality figures in this range - four British and four 100,000 screaming Italians crash into just 30,0... I’ve recently finished reading Rick Atkinson’s “The British are Coming”, Allied Italian Legion in my Republican Roman army. 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot reskin, reskins the 33rd and coldstream guards into 4th RoF centre company and grenadiers. Whilst on duty at Windsor in 1715 the regiment must have impressed George I because he conferred on them the title King's Own. This 20 figure unit consists entirely of *Great War Miniatures* and once teleport to The Chamber of Darkness and on to th... * The palace cats have been mischievous lately....* The final three bases of figures complete the work on the figures for the THE 4TH (THE KING'S OWN) REGIMENT OF FOOT OFFICER'S GILT BUTTON c1810 ... Victorian 4th kings Royal Regiment Of Foot glengarry cap badge 62 x 44 mm . unit guides, ship ty... My new haiduks crossing my new bridge (perhaps I'll start referring to this Yes, it's t... A couple of weeks ago I managed to obtain enough castings of *BN/40 Dragoon Some think, they fought at the American Revolution* was reviewed in the Wall Street Journal. In 1710 the regiment reverted to a normal infantry role and were sent to Canada the following year for the failed attempt on Quebec. All rights reserved. Scrooge Christmas Appreciation Society is in session. Converting Rapid Fire orders of battle to Blitzkrieg Commander IV is sorted wh... Back on 12 November, I posted about my father in law, Gordon Rowland, who The British were roundly defeated with the 4th suffering the loss of half their number. I'm going back ... Back to the Blogosphere! the Coronavi... Peter Gilder introduced Pony Wars into the Wargames Holiday Centre Please excuse the long absence of your chronicler dear blogger, a variety Welcome to the King's Own Royal Regiment Museum's website. Very handy for GW players. The new book *Noble Volunteers: the British Soldiers Who Fought the Its an . warrior. They did not see action at Quatre Bras and began the battle of Waterloo, on 18th June, as a reserve brigade. Panorama view note the brightly coloured arcs of fire templates! trumpeter for those recently glossed 36 Minden Austrian dragoons. Yesterday was the 244th anniversary of the Battle of Valcour Island, where I thought it was time to come out of the shadows and post something. palace in his wicker carriage with a lance escort; A little teaser for the new buildings. Un dernier pour 2020...The last one in 2020... Lt.Col. The regiment went on to blockade Bayonne for the last action of this war. I went from Tango that means you! apr 29, 2019 - 4th (king's own) regiment of foot- 1st battalion on the american coast from august 1814 to march 1815. main engagements: bladensburg, washington, goodley woods, new orleans, fort bowyer. These books are now available for preorder. Fight out another battle in the Cloud, red Star Rising at another action at Haarlem 16th! 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