The below picture is cropped from an image at Ancestry.com's UK, Royal Hospital, Chelsea: Regimental Registers of Pensioners, 1713-1882:
It relates to my 4th great grandfather Edmund Rouse who has been the subject of a previous Q&A here about Establishing identity of Edmund Rouse of St Clement, Cabinet Maker, Private in Napoleonic Wars and Weaver?
In previous columns of the same row are pieces of information that give me confidence that this is the same Edmund Rouse that I have identified as my 4th great grandfather:
- Admission: May 1812
- Name: Edmd Rouse
- Age: 34
- something about 28 Foot (which is the regiment the earlier Q&A said he was in 1804-1809)
- something in the Private column that I cannot read but it may be the numbers of years he had that rank in different regiments
- Service: 9 4/12 (presumably 9 years, 4 months)
- Rate per day: 6d
- Complaint: nodes on his legs from repeated venereal complaints
- Where Born: Truro, Cornwall
- Trade or Occupation: Carpet Weaver
The row from which the cropped image comes is the Remarks, and I think it says:
D. D. Pagent's list / 24 June 181?
Is anybody able to work out the significance of this remark?
I am wondering whether D. D. Pagent may have been a military commander, and whether the date is perhaps the date of a battle.