118th Regiment of Foot
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Three regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 118th Regiment of Foot:
- Originally an infantry regiment of the British Army was formed in 1761 by the regimentation of independent companies and disbanded in 1762.
- An infantry regiment, also known as Fingall's Regiment, was an infantry regiment of the British Army, formed in October 1794 by Colonel Richard Wogan Talbot and disbanded in October 1795. It saw service as marines (shipboard infantry) at the Battle of Groix in June 1795, losing a number of men. On disbandment, its soldiers were transferred to the 86th Foot.
- The 75th Regiment of Foot (Invalids), originally numbered the 118th Foot, was an infantry regiment of the British Army from 1762 to 1768. It was originally raised as a regiment of invalids in June 1762, by John Lind, it was renumbered as the 75th the following year, and disbanded in 1768 or 1769.
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