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...A memorandum of pay and allowance due to Captain H. Nelles (1789-1841) from May 23-31 1814 and July 1st to last 1815. It also states pay due for six months while he was a prisoner of war from December 1812
to May 1813 at Fort Erie. Nelles was a Captain in the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia who...
15 December 1815 A record of army pay issued by Captain Henry Nelles (1789-1841) for December 30, 1815. It is handwritten with ink and has an "X" through the figures on the front. On the back is the total of pays calculated along with some pencil calculations.
Nelles was a Captain in the 4th Regiment of the...
4 to 24 July 1814 A muster roll, dated July 4th to the 28th, 1814, for Captain Henry Nelles' Company of the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia. This regiment participated in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane. Nelles (1789-1841)was also known to have been held prisoner by American troops during the...
A muster roll, dated July 4th to 24th 1814, for Captain Henry Nelles' Company of the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia. This regiment participated in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane. Nelles (1789-1841) was known to have been held prisoner by American troops during the...
3 January 1809 A commission appointing Jonathon Pettit from Ensign to Lieutenant in the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia. It is dated January 3, 1809 and is signed by Francis Gore, Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Upper Canada.
This Regiment is known to have participated in the Battles of Queenston...
... during the War of 1812
The 4th Lincoln was involved in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane.
Names included on the Muster roll are:
Bridgman, William Sr.
2 June 1814, p. 3 A receipt of pay, dated June 2, 1814, from Captain Henry Nelles (1789-1841) to other companies within the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia. This Regiment was known to have been involved in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane.
Two handwritten pages are stained with brown age spots...
...This document, dated 1813, is a report by Elizabeth Campbell on her late husband's military career. Donald Campbell was the Fort-Major of Fort George during the War of 1812
. It also states, at the beginning of the report, that he was taken prisoner with Lord Cornwallis in Yorktown in 1781....
24 July 1814, This document, dated July 24, 1814, is an evening report of the 10th Company, 104th Regiment, in Kingston. Names included on the document are Sergeant Benway and Peter Davy.
28 March 1814, This document, dated March 28, 1814, is a report of Captain Bradley's Company. It is currently unknown which Regiment this belongs to.
...This a photographic print of a soldier of the 100th Regiment in the War of 1812
. It was painted by Alexander R. Cattley in 1929. The 100th Regiment of Foot, also known as the Prince Regiment of Dublin County, were raised in 1805.
With few exceptions, all the officers and men were Irish. A wing...
22 December 1812,
...This document is a list of members of Captain John D. Servos' company of the First Lincoln Regiment Militia. It lists each soldier's name, and sometimes age, present or absent during roll call on December 22, 1812
. This regiment is known to have participated in the Battle of Queenston Heights...
...This document is the military ledger of Captain John D. Servos' company of the First Lincoln Regiment Militia. It lists each soldier's name, and sometimes age, present or absent during role call approximately between July 1812
and April 1813. This regiment is known to have participated...
24 July 1814, A list of names and location of personnel, dated July 24th, 1814.
The following is what has been previously transcribed from the list.
April 1813, This document is the muster roll of Captain Servos Company of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln militia from April 25, 1813 to May 24, 1813.
The following are some of the names included:
John D. Servos, Captain, Wm. Powers, Lieut. , Portland Secord, Ensign, James Bunting, Sergeant, John Cain,...
... October 1812
to May 1813.
It also includes: a letter appealing for pay to a widow of a private, a list of soldiers who were killed in action as well as the names of their wives and children, and a list of the Officers of the 1st Regiment Lincoln Militia, Companies 1 to 10. John D. Servos was a Captain...
1813, This document is a printed form of a Muster Roll of a Company of Infantry under the command of Captain Hugh R. Martin in the 13th Regiment of the United States, commanded by Col. P.P. Schuyler from 30th April 1813 to 31st, July 1813. The roll includes number, names, rank, date of enlistment, to...
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