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On 27 May, Asgill, with Major Gordon, left
Asgill traveled to France to personally thank King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette. A decade later, he fought under the Duke of York in Europe, and later became a Major General. Asgill died in London 23 July 1823 and was buried in the vault at St. James's Church Piccadilly.
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(2) A History of Monmouth and
(3) Graham, 82.
(4) Graham, 86.
(5) Graham, 87.
(6) Graham, 91, 96.