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  1. Edward Michael Pakenham, segundo Barón Longford (1 de abril de 1743-3 de junio de 1792) fue un oficial Irlandés. Era hijo de Thomas Pakenham, primer Barón de Longford, y su esposa, Elizabeth Cuffe, Condesa de Longford. Se unió a la Royal Navy a la edad de dieciséis años.

  2. Pakenham, Sir Edward Michael (1778–1815), major-general in the British army, was born 19 March 1778 at Langford Lodge, near Belfast, second son among five sons and three daughters of Edward Michael Pakenham, 2nd Baron Longford, and Catherine Pakenham (née Rowley). He had little interest in education and joined the army at the age of 16 ...

  3. Edward Pakenham. Edward Pakenham is a 36 years old Irish-born British general from County Westmeath. Edward Pakenham was born on March 19, 1778 (died on January 08, 1815, he was 36 years old) in County Westmeath as Edward Michael Pakenham. Edward Pakenham, British general and politician (1778-1815) Birth Place: County Westmeath, Ireland. Country:

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    Major General Sir Edward Michael Pakenham, GCB (19 March 1778 – 8 January 1815), was a British Army officer and politician. He was the son of The Baron Longford and the brother-in-law of The Duke of Wellington, with whom he served in the Peninsular War. During the War of 1812, he was commander of British forces in North America (1814–15). On 8 January 1815, Pakenham was killed in action ...

  5. 13/01/2003 · Sir Edward Pakenham was the second son of the Earl of Longford and the brother-in-law of the Duke of Wellington. He joined the British army in 1794 at a young age, and worked his way up to major general by January 1, 1812. He served in the Peninsula Campaign is Spain and Southern France during the Napoleonic wars.

  6. 17/07/2015 · Such are the vagaries of history. Up until his death under enemy fire at New Orleans, Pakenham had had a truly stellar military career, fighting throughout all of the French Revolutionary campaigns and the entirety of the Napoleonic Wars except being at the Duke’s side at Quarte Bras and Waterloo. He had risen rapidly from lieutenant in 1794 ...

  7. PAKENHAM, Sir EDWARD MICHAEL (1778–1815), major-general, second son of Edward Michael, second baron Longford, and his wife Catherine, second daughter of the Right Hon. Hercules Longford Rowley, was born at Longford Castle, co. Westmeath, 19 April 1778. His younger brother, Sir Hercules Robert Pakenham [q. v.], is noticed separately.