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  • Sir Isaac Brock on Horse at Fort George- 1908
        This is an oil on canvas painting of Major General Sir Isaac Brock in full uniform astride a brown horse (believed to be named Alfred) exiting the gates of Fort George. There are two natives seated in the right corner. One being female with a papoose in a cradle-board. There ...
      This is an oil on canvas painting of Major General Sir Isaac ...
  • Military Commission For James Thompson- June 29, 1812
        This is the military commission appointing James Thompson as Ensign in the 2nd Regiment of the Lincoln Militia of which Thomas Clark was the Lieutenant Colonel. It was issued in the name of Isaac Brock, President Administering the Government of Upper Canada and Major General Commanding his Majesty’s forces therein ...
      This is the military commission appointing James Thompson as Ensign in the ...
  • Military Commission- Donald McDonnell, Esq. 1812
        Donald McDonnell was appointed to Captain in the Second Regiment of the Glengarry Militia by Sir Isaac Brock. There is also a red wax seal in the upper left corner. Size: (Framed) 45 x 34.6 cm
      Donald McDonnell was appointed to Captain in the Second Regiment of the ...
  • Wood Fragment from Major General Sir Isaac Brock’s Original Casket
        This is said to be a fragment of Major General Sir Isaac Brock’s original casket donated by the Lundy’s Lane Historical Society. It was acquired by a veteran of the War of 1812-1814 upon the destruction of the casket as a result of an explosion. Pieces of the casket were ...
      This is said to be a fragment of Major General Sir Isaac ...
  • Foundation Stone of the Brock Monument- October 13, 1853
        An announcement on the form of procession to be observed at the laying of the foundation stone of the Brock monument at Queenston Heights. This is for the second monument where they buried Major-General Isaac Brock and his aid-de-camp Lieut. Col. MacDonnell. The announcement is printed on off white paper ...
      An announcement on the form of procession to be observed at the ...
  • 49th Regiment of Foot, Button c.1802-1814
        The button is made of metal, possibly pewter and measures 2 cm in diameter. The face of the button has the number “49” raised in the center. The 49th Regiment of Foot came to Canada in 1803 and was the Regiment under the command of Isaac Brock previous to his ...
      The button is made of metal, possibly pewter and measures 2 cm ...
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