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  • Proclamation, Upper Canada by Sir Isaac Brock- 1812
    Textcomment       ...The document, dated February 24th, 1812, was created in regards...
    Textcomment     ...The document, dated February 24th, 1812, was created in regards...
  • Report of Captain Bradley's Company- March 28, 1814
    Text       This document, dated March 28, 1814, is a report of Captain Bradley's Company. It is currently unknown which Regiment this belongs to.
    Text     This document, dated March 28, 1814, is a report of Captain Bradley's Company. It is currently unknown which Regiment this belongs to.
  • Affidavit Certifying that Capt. John D. Servos served in the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, 1820
    Text       ... in the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia during the summer and winter of 1812...
    Text     ... in the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia during the summer and winter of 1812...
  • Military Commission for Donald McDougald- 1812
    Text       ... was signed April 1812; 7 months prior to Brock's death in the Battle of Queenston...
    Text     ... was signed April 1812; 7 months prior to Brock's death in the Battle of Queenston...
  • Transcript of an Order of Retirement for George Young, Master Carpenter at Fort George- 1815
    Text       The document is a transcript of an order of retirement for George Young who worked as the Master Carpenter at Fort George.
    Text     The document is a transcript of an order of retirement for George Young who worked as the Master Carpenter at Fort George.
  • Abstract of Pay Due the 7th (Capt. Dennis's) Company- July 24th, 1814
    Text       This document, dated July 24th, 1814, is an abstract of pay in the amount of 70 pounds, 8 shilling, 10 ½ pence due to the 7th (Captain Dennis's) Company. It is believed that this company belongs to the 104th New Brunswick Regiment which was raised in 1803 and sent to ...
    Text     This document, dated July 24th, 1814, is an abstract of pay in the amount of 70 pounds, 8 shilling, 10 ½ pence due to the 7th (Captain Dennis's) Company. It ...
  • Receipt for the Stores of the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia at Fort George
    Text       ... 22nd, 1812....
    Text     ... 22nd, 1812....
  • Men's Names on Command- July 24th, 1814.
    Text       A list of names and location of personnel, dated July 24th, 1814. The following is what has been previously transcribed from the list. York [Sergt. Somerville] Fr. Blanchett Wm. Davis Frs.] Myett Rob. Morse Jo. Petters [Phea. Whright] Cedar Island Corp. Ghather Peter Connors [Cattirockwary] Tho. Cooper Tho. Dougherty Tho. ...
    Text     A list of names and location of personnel, dated July 24th, 1814. The following is what has been previously transcribed from the list. York [Sergt. Somerville] Fr. Blanchett Wm. Davis ...
  • Authorization from MacDonnell to Daniel MacDougal to Raise a Corps of Militia- March, 1813
    Text       This document, dated March 1813, is from Macdonnell to General Daniel McDougal authorizing the formation of a militia under his command.
    Text     This document, dated March 1813, is from Macdonnell to General Daniel McDougal authorizing the formation of a militia under his command.
  • Evening Report of the 10th Company, 104th Regiment, Kingston- July 24, 1814
    Text       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.
    Text     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.
  • Receipt for 3 barrels of flour from David Mosers to A. Bradshaw, Commissary- December, 1813
    Text       This document is a receipt for 3 barrels of flour from David Mosers, perhaps a local farmer, to A Bradshaw, Commissary. Bradshaw was acquiring the flour for the use of the Commissary Department at 40-Mile Creek. This department was responsible for distributing food rations to each garrison within the area ...
    Text     This document is a receipt for 3 barrels of flour from David Mosers, perhaps a local farmer, to A Bradshaw, Commissary. Bradshaw was acquiring the flour for the use of ...
  • General Orders from the Military Secretary's Office Regarding Land Grants to Soldiers and Officers- July 17, 1815
    Text       A notice of General Orders from the Military Secretary's Office in Kingston on July 17, 1815 concerning the distribution of land to disbanded soldiers. It states that Alexander McDonell, Esq., was appointed as the Superintendent in charge of receiving the applications and distributing the land accordingly in Canada. Following the ...
    Text     A notice of General Orders from the Military Secretary's Office in Kingston on July 17, 1815 concerning the distribution of land to disbanded soldiers. It states that Alexander McDonell, Esq., ...
  • Bill of Account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard- 1814
    Text       A bill of account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment in the amount of 18 shilling, 6 pence. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment that was raised in 1803 and sent to Upper Canada where they participated in the battles of Sackets Harbor, Beaver ...
    Text     A bill of account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment in the amount of 18 shilling, 6 pence. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment ...
  • Muster Roll  of Captain John D. Servos' Company of the First Lincoln Regiment Militia- December 22, 1812
    Text       ..., present or absent during roll call on December 22, 1812. This regiment is known...
    Text     ..., present or absent during roll call on December 22, 1812. This regiment is known...
  • Parole Paper of Jacob Ball from the US Army, 1814
    Textcomment       This unique document is the parole paper of Jacob Ball (probably Junior) who was captured in June 1813. It includes his age, height, complexion, hair, and eye colour. The parole,signed and dated in May 1814, is a declaration that he will not bear arms against the United States during the ...
    Textcomment     This unique document is the parole paper of Jacob Ball (probably Junior) who was captured in June 1813. It includes his age, height, complexion, hair, and eye colour. The parole,signed ...
  • Military Commission- Lewis Smith, 1812
    Text       ... in May 1812; 6 months prior to Brock’s death in the Battle of Queenston Heights...
    Text     ... in May 1812; 6 months prior to Brock’s death in the Battle of Queenston Heights...
  • Pay Roll for Captain Servos’ Company of the Lincoln Militia- 1814
    Text       ... of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia in Niagara during the War of 1812....
    Text     ... of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia in Niagara during the War of 1812....
  • Report by Elizabeth Campbell on her Late Husband's Military Career, Fort Major Donald Campbell - 1813
    Text       ... the War of 1812. It also states, at the beginning of the report, that he...
    Text     ... the War of 1812. It also states, at the beginning of the report, that he...
  • Military Commission for John D. Servos- October 23, 1815
    Text       The document is a certificate appointing John D. Servos as Captain of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia in the Niagara district on October 23rd, 1815. The appointment was assigned by Francis Gore, Esq., the Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Upper Canada.
    Text     The document is a certificate appointing John D. Servos as Captain of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia in the Niagara district on October 23rd, 1815. The appointment was ...
  • Bill of Account Due the 7th (Captain Dennis's) Company- January 24, 1814
    Text       An abstract of pay due the 7th (Captain Dennis's) Company, dated January 24, 1814. The document is handwritten with ink with a quarter of the page missing. It is unknown which regiment this is regarding. There are Captain Dennis's listed for both the 49th and 104th British Regiments. The document ...
    Text     An abstract of pay due the 7th (Captain Dennis's) Company, dated January 24, 1814. The document is handwritten with ink with a quarter of the page missing. It is unknown ...
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