In 2011, bones were discovered on a beach at Groote Keeten, the scene of a battle that is not well known today. The body had been buried in a uniform of the Coldstream Guards, as identified by buttons that still remained. After some extensive research at The National Archives at Kew, Surrey, archaeologist Esther Poulus has found six possible names, with Nathaniel Haines and Thomas Taylor the two most likely.
You can read much more in an article by Caroline Wyatt in the BBC News web site at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22340193.
My thanks to newsletter reader Holly Adams for telling me about this story.