By the early 19th century, the Irish regiments would have most likely contained very few real Irishmen and only a minority of descendants of the Wild Geese, hence the title of this post. Any foreigners in the ranks most likely would have been German or Italian. However, there were quite a few descendants of the Jacobite immigrants in the higher levels of the army, viz. General Blake and the O'Donnell brothers, Enrique and Jose. One of the heroes of Chilean independence goes by the name of Bernardo O'Higgins!
Right flank including granadiero
Left flank and command figures.
Left flank again.
Detail of command figures.
Regimiento Toledo WIP
Standard bearer painted up quite well!