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Major-General George O'Malley (1780–1843), GCB, 88th Regiment

Photo credit: Chelmsford Museums

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At the battle of Waterloo Major George O’Malley served as Brevet Colonel of the 44th Regiment, replacing his commanding officer who had been wounded two days before. O’Malley later commanded the 88th (Connaught Rangers). He died on 16th May 1843.

Chelmsford Museum


  • Date

    early 19th C

  • Medium

    oil on canvas (?)

  • Measurements

    50.7 x 40.9 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    purchased with the assistance of the Victoria and Albert Museum Purchase Grant Fund, 1981


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