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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: Richard Sharpe stories, Sharpe (TV series), Sharpe characters, List of Sharpe series characters, Sharpe's Sword, Sharpe's Company, Sharpe's Peril, Sharpe's Eagle, Sharpe's Gold, Sharpe's Devil, Sharpe's Challenge, Sharpe's Battle, Sharpe's Havoc, Over the Hills and Far Away, Sharpe's Revenge, Sharpe's Tiger, Sharpe's Rifles, Sharpe's Enemy, Sharpe's Siege, Sharpe's Triumph, South Essex Regiment, Sharpe's Honour, Sharpe's Skirmish, Sharpe's Waterloo, Sharpe's Justice, Sharpe's Trafalgar, Sharpe's Prey, Sharpe's Fortress, Sharpe's Fury, Sharpe's Regiment, Sharpe's Mission, Over the Hills & Far Away: The Music of Sharpe, Sharpe's Escape, Sharpe's Christmas, Sharpe's Ransom. Excerpt: This is a list of characters in the Sharpe series. Major Peter D'Alembord, nicknamed "Dally," is a fictional character in the Sharpe series of novels by Bernard Cornwell. He joined the British Army after killing a man in a duel over a woman's favors. Peter D'Alembord is of French Hugenout extraction who enters the South Essex Regiment as one of Sharpe's many Light Company Subalterns. He becomes captain of the South Essex Light Company after Sharpe's promotion to major. After Napoleon's return from Elba, D'Alembord is also promoted to major as an inducement to rejoin the army. He is badly injured at the Battle of Waterloo and has to have his leg amputated. It remains unclear whether he survives the wound. In the Sharpe television series, his only appearance is in Sharpe's Honour, where he is portrayed by Edward Atterton, who received no credit for the part. Lucille Castineau was Richard Sharpe's third (common-law) wife in the Sharpe series of books. Lucille was born in c. 1786 to the Lassan family of Normandy. Her father was the Comte de Lassan, a minor aristocrat in possession of a large estate house and farm fallen on hard times. Lucille...