So, are you able to answer my question regarding the participation of ethnic Poles in the uprisings? :)
Why are you so interested in that so much? And BTW if you'd read more about the partitions, you'd understand that after the uprisings plenty of people had to hide the fact of fighting or even change their identities / escape abroad in order to avoid the repercussions from Russia - the collection of data wasn't as easy as e.g. during the wars of 20th century, especially because all the communication was strictly controlled by Russians. There were better or worse organized groups of volunteers - soldiers - that were not only of Polish ethnicity
. If you're interested, here's for example scan of a book which author was trying
to collect surnames (with short bios) of the people that died
during the years 1861-1866 only
(during the uprising and further repercussions):
Souvenir for Polish families: short messages biographical lost on scaffolding, shot, killed on the battlefield and died in prisons, tułactwie and Siberian exile since 1861-1866: from official sources, journals Polish, however, as with oral administrations of credible and comrades.
I can look for other data tomorrow if you're interested.
Poland didn't exist back then in the modern meaning of a "country", but it was a separated
part of Russian Empire. Funnily, if you'll ever have the occasion to have a talk with a Russian historian, you'll notice that they sometimes have a tendency of naming that part of their history: an "union" with Poland. Most of Russian documents of that time were using the term Tsarstvo Pol'skoye (Kingdom of Poland) when describing the (ethnically) Polish territory. Russian wiki site is quite interesting.
Why are you so interested in that so much?
Ah, repetition, an obvious sign that I should go to sleep already. I'm sorry if there are any grammar mistakes (still improving my English and it's late here).
I found an official list of generals and soldiers of the 1930 uprising: pbc.rzeszow.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=2316&language=en
Book memorial in the 50-year anniversary of the 1830 Uprising containing the list of names of commanders and headquarters officers-, indeed officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Polish Army in the same year decorated with the Military Cross "Military Virtue"
Forgot to add: that book from 1930 has a full list of generals & officials and then a list of those soldiers who were awarded with the Virtuti Military order (not all soldiers).