Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Picton

1758-1815

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Statue for Sir Thomas Picton in St Paul's Cathedral in London. Statue is in the North transept toward the front of the church.

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Comments below statue for Sir Thomas Picton in St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral in London has the statue of General Sir Thomas Picton and his burial place in the crypt. In the crypt you see Lord Nelson's tomb, then Wellington's then take a few steps, go up about 3 steps and the first slab to the left is where Sir Thomas Picton is buried. I was told that he is the only Welshman buried in St Paul's Cathedral.

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Legend has it that at the Battle of Waterloo, the luggage for General Sir Thomas Picton had not arrived in time, so he had fought the battle wearing civilian clothes and his top hat.
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General Sir Thomas Picton paintings and pictures - on Google

General Thomas Picton birth place in Haverfordwest

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Albany Methodist Church
next to General Thomas Picton birth place in Haverfordwest

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Albany Methodist Church built in the 1600's

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Family home where General Thomas Picton grew up

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