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  1. Major General Sir Edward Michael Pakenham, GCB (19 March 1778 – 8 January 1815), was an Anglo-Irish Army officer and politician. He was the son of the Baron Longford and the brother-in-law of the Duke of Wellington, with whom he served in the Peninsular War.

  2. Maj.-Gen. Hon. Sir Edward Pakenham (1778–1815), who served as MP for Longford Borough and was killed in action at the Battle of New Orleans. Lt.-Gen. Hon. Sir Hercules Robert Pakenham (1781–1850), a lieutenant-general of the British Army and was brevet colonel and aide-de-camp to William IV.

  3. Pakenham, Sir Edward Michael. Pakenham, Sir Edward Michael (1778–1815), major-general in the British army, was born 19 March 1778 at Langford Lodge, near Belfast, second son among five sons and three daughters of Edward Michael Pakenham, 2nd Baron Longford, and Catherine Pakenham (née Rowley).

  4. Pakenham married Mimi Lavine (born Meta Doak) in 1980; they have two daughters. References. The Hon Sir Michael Pakenham, KBE, CMG, Authorised Biography – Debrett's People of Today; PAKENHAM, Hon. Sir Michael (Aidan), Who's Who 2012, A & C Black, 2012; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2011

  5. His second son, Major-General Hon. Sir Edward Michael Pakenham, served the Army in the Napoleonic Wars with distinction, was appointed commander-in-chief of the Army in North America in 1814, and was killed at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815.

  6. 17 de jun. de 2015 · Place of Death: Chalmette, Louisiana. Date of Death: January 8, 1815. Sir Edward Michael Pakenham was a promising young general who might have been a hero of the Napoleonic Wars if he hadn’t been killed in action, leading his countrymen in their attempt to invade New Orleans in 1815.

  7. Edward Michael Pakenham was an Anglo-Irish army officer who spent the majority of his short life fighting for the British army. His career included service in Ireland, the West Indies, the Iberian Peninsula against Napoleon, and the United States, where he met his death at the age of 36 at the Battle of New Orleans.