Person    | Male  Born 10/8/1782  Died 29/8/1853

General Sir Charles James Napier

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: India

Not to be confused with his contemporary, Charles John Napier. Born Whitehall. After succeeding at the battle of Hydrabad, which meant he had conquered Sindh province, he sent a despatch with the single Latin word 'peccavi' - 'I have sinned' (see what he did?). Died at his seat, Oaklands, near Portsmouth.

Not as far as we know related to the other en-statued Napier, Lord Robert.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
General Sir Charles James Napier

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Sir Charles Napier statue

Criticised at the time as the "worst piece of sculpture in England".

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