Sir Henry Sullivan


Sir Henry Sullivan was killed at Bayonne in 1814. In 1812 he was a Lieutenant and Captain but rose to Lieutenant-Colonel by 1814. He has the new shako that became known as the Waterloo shako, and he has field officers' epaulettes on both shoulders.


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