1812 History
Cross Belt Plate- 41st Regiment of Foot


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1812 History
Department of Canadian Heritage This item is a part of the 1812 History digitization project. This project was made possible with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage through the Canadian Culture Online Strategy.
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Object
Description:
This brass cross belt plate is stamped "41" and a crown which was created to represent the Forty-first Regiment of Foot, also known as the Welsh Regiment.The first battalion came to Canada from Ireland in 1800. Its services were at Detroit, Queenston, Miami, Frenchtown, Fort George, Stoney Creek, Fort Stephenson, Black Rock, Fort Niagara, Lundy's Lane, and Fort Erie (assault). It also has the honour of bearing "Niagara" on its colours. Its Lieut.-Colonels were Henry Procter, Evans and the Marquis of Tweeddale.
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Local identifier:
971.167
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Image courtesy of the Niagara Historical Society & Museum
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Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

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Cross Belt Plate- 41st Regiment of Foot


This brass cross belt plate is stamped "41" and a crown which was created to represent the Forty-first Regiment of Foot, also known as the Welsh Regiment.The first battalion came to Canada from Ireland in 1800. Its services were at Detroit, Queenston, Miami, Frenchtown, Fort George, Stoney Creek, Fort Stephenson, Black Rock, Fort Niagara, Lundy's Lane, and Fort Erie (assault). It also has the honour of bearing "Niagara" on its colours. Its Lieut.-Colonels were Henry Procter, Evans and the Marquis of Tweeddale.