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  1. Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Picton GCB (24 August 1758 [1] – 18 June 1815) was a Welsh officer of the British Army who fought in the Napoleonic Wars. According to the historian Alessandro Barbero, Picton was "respected for his courage and feared for his irascible temperament". The Duke of Wellington called him "a rough foul-mouthed devil as ...

  2. Thomas Picton (24 de agosto de 1758-18 de junio de 1815) fue un general Galés. Luchó un gran número de campañas en el Ejército Británico hasta alcanzar el rango de Teniente General. Según el historiador Alessandro Barbero, Picton era "respetado por su coraje y por su temperamento."

  3. 18/06/2015 · Sir Thomas Picton's reputation for brutality came from the Caribbean In 1801, 14-year-old Luisa Calderon stood accused of being involved in the theft of around £500. The investigating magistrate...

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    Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Picton GCB (24 August 1758 – 18 June 1815) was a British Army officer who fought in a number of campaigns for Britain, and rose to the rank of lieutenant general. According to the historian Alessandro Barbero, Picton was "respected for his courage and feared for his irascible temperament." He is chiefly remembered for ...

    Birthplace of Thomas Picton in Hill Street, Haverfordwest, marked with a commemorative blue plaque. The house later became the Dragon Hotel. Thomas Picton was the seventh of twelve children of Thomas Picton (1723–1790) of Poyston, Pembrokeshire, Wales, and his wife, Cecil née Powell (1728–1806). He was born in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire on (proba...

    Under Sir Ralph Abercromby, who succeeded Vaughan in 1795, he was present at the capture of St Lucia (after which he was promoted to lieutenant colonel of the 56th Foot) and then that of St Vincent. After the reduction of Trinidad in 1797, Abercromby made Picton governor of the island. For the next 5 years he held the island with a garrison he cons...

  4. Picton, Sir Thomas (1758-1815). Militar británico nacido en Poyston en agosto de 1758 y muerto en Waterloo el 18 de junio de 1815. El menor de los hijos de Thomas Picton, el 14 de noviembre de 1771 ingresó en el 12 regimiento de Infantería, mandado por su tío William Picton.

  5. 15/06/2020 · Empecemos pues a hablar del Picton real, no del imaginado. Sir Thomas nació en Gales en 1758 y murió en Waterloo. Esa fue su última acción y fue ciertamente flamante. Así es. Thomas Picton murió al...

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    Thomas Picton era el séptimo de doce hijos de Thomas Picton (1723–1790) de Poyston Hall, Pembrokeshire, Gales, y su esposa, Cecil née Powell (1728–1806). Nació en Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, (probablemente) el 24 de agosto de 1758.