Here they are company by company:
No. 1 Company - Commanded by Lt Ewan Cameron (both the senior officers had been wounded at Quatre Bras). (51% casualties)
No. 2 Company - Captain John Cameron has been fatally wounded at Quatre Bras. (50% casualties)
No.3 Company - Commanded by Captain Peter Innes. (49% casualties)
No. 4 Company - Commanded by Lt McPhee - he had been slightly wounded at Quatre Bras but took command at Waterloo. (53% casualties)
No.5 Company (Grenadiers) - Captain Neil Campbell had already been wounded at Quatre Bras and was then killed at Waterloo. (61% casualties)
N0. 6 Company - Commanded by Captain Robert Mackay at Quatre Bras until he was captured. Captain John Sinclair took command of the company at Waterloo and was killed. (46% casualties)
No.7 Company - Commanded by Captain James Campbell who was wounded at Waterloo. (52% casualties)
No.8 Company - commanded by Lt John Powling who died of his wounds in England in October. (44% casualties)
No.9 Company - Suffered the heaviest casualties of any company at Waterloo. (72% casualties)
No. 10 Company (Light) - Company commander Captain William Marshall had lost an arm at Quatre Bras. (53% casualties)
Command base - flags still to be added. In foreground is Piper Kenneth McKay and Serjeant Major Masteron McIntosh.
Each individual is labelled on the base. Pink lettering = wounded, red = killed or died of wounds.
Not enough space for one long firing line so here they are in 3 lines.
All of the battalion's drummers (except those with the flank companies) stood together behind No.8 company.
Sorry for terrible pics - I wanted to get this done and couldn't wait for any decent light in London. Had the lights on since lunchtime so no chance of taking them outside!