Barnard Sir Andrew Francis
Barnard, Sir Andrew Francis, G.C.B., G.C.H., born in Donegal, 1773, entered the army, served in the West Indies, and in the Helder expedition of 1799. Going out to the Peninsula he fought at Barrosa, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajos, Salamanca, Victoria, Nivelle, and Toulouse, being more than once wounded. He received a slight injury at Waterloo, and was appointed by Wellington to the command of the British troops in Paris. He died in 1855.