3 edition of The Militia register of Upper Canada found in the catalog.
The Militia register of Upper Canada
|Contributions||Canada. Canadian Army.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (48 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||48|
ROUSSEAUX ST JOHN, JOHN BAPTIST (baptized Jean-Baptiste Rousseau, dit Saint-Jean), fur trader, interpreter, businessman, militia officer, and office holder; b.4 July in the parish of La Visitation du Sault-au-Récollet (Montreal, Que.), son of Jean-Bonaventure Rousseau, dit Saint-Jean, and Marie-Reine Brunet; d. 16 Nov. in Niagara (Niagara-on-the-Lake), Upper Military records identify people who served in the military or who were eligible for service. They may be very useful for genealogical research of the families of Canada, especially the detailed service records of the 20th century. The Family History Library has few records of the regular Canadian military establishment, which began in when British troops were ://
Military Records - Local Militias by VPL_subjectguidebooklist - a staff-created list: From the s to the s, local militia units were used to support British Army units stationed in Canada. From to s, the departure of British forces in Canada meant militia units were the A Tour Through Upper and Lower Canada, Wilmington, ; Wakefield, Priscilla, Excursions in North America Described in Letters From a Gentleman and his Young Companion to Their Friends in England, London, ; Heriot, George, Travels Through the Canadas, Containing a Description of the Picturesque Scenery on Some of the Rivers and Lakes
- I have found reference to 8 or 10 rifle companies in upper canada -8 or 10 cavalry troops (only some units had uniforms) most were just used as couriers *It seems as though the militia light companies were combined and used more often than other militia units which means they may have ALL had uniforms in some cases; though still a mix of head ?t= MACAULAY, JOHN SIMCOE, businessman, politician, and militia officer; b. 13 Oct. in England, eldest child of James Macaulay* and Elizabeth Tuck Hayter; m. 2 July Anne Gee Elmsley in Croydon (London); d. 20 Dec. near Strood, England.. As John Simcoe Macaulay’s name indicates, his father, a British army surgeon, enjoyed the patronage of Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe
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Document Record; Creator: Canada. Canadian Army. Title: The Militia register of Upper Canada: with a statement of the volunteer corps within the province, and dates of commission, &c.
& The Militia Act was passed in the second session of Upper Canada's First Legislature in It was Lieutenant governor John Graves Simcoe's plan to appoint lieutenants for each county who were empowered "to call out, arm, array and train annually all males aged 16 to " The Militia in Col.
Chisholm of the Northumberland Militia to L. Governor Gore To His Excellency Francis Gore Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Upper Canada. May it please your Excellency, I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of Adjutant-General's Office, Upper Canada fonds: Lists of War of veterans eligible for bounty or land grants; Registers of Land Grants, Certificates of the Adjutant-General filed as grants to Militia Officers and Militiamen who served in the Flank Companies and Cavalry during the late war and discharged seamen from the Provincial :// BOOK - Searching for Canadian Militia Records following the Fenian Threat and the Red River Expedition, Wesleyan Methodist Baptismal Register, Russell County Narrative of a Voyage to Quebec and the Journey from Thence to New Lanark in Upper Men who served in the militia flank companies inprovincial regiments, and various corps were entitled to a land grant for their service.
The flank companies were dissolved in and the Incorporated Militia was formed that year. Members of the flank companies were encouraged to join this new militia which served in and War of Upper Canada Documents Correlated and Transcribed by Fred Blair.
Original description Pay records and other military documents such as muster rolls, land grants and various returns pertaining to the War of militia of Upper Canada correlated and transcribed by Fred Blair from the Collections Canada digital ?grd= The register is found on microfilm MSreel 1; the reel is available in the Archives’ Reading Room and through the Microfilm Interloan Service.
A published transcription of the register, including the War of related entries, can be found in The Marriage Registers of Canada West/Upper Canada, Compiled by Dan Walker, et al.(Delhi, Ont.: Upper Canada Sedentary Militia; These were the parent units of the flank companies. These included 6 to 8 troops of cavalry, and artillery companies.
Their total strength averaged during the war; including the flank companies listed; though this is a deceptive number only 1/4 would be active at any given time and they were used heavily ?t= Upper Canada.
Militia--Registers. Incorporated militia of Upper Canada muster listing Feltoe, Richard,Book, 74 pages 1 copy ?R= Register of marriages, Township of Grimsby, U.C. commencing August, Register of burials in the Township of Grimsby.
Register of christenings in the Presbyterian congregation, Township of Newark, Upper Canada. Register of births and baptisms, St.
Andrew's Church, Niagara. Marriages celebrated by Rev. Robert :// Canada and served as Solicitor General and Attorney General for Upper Canada. The records include correspondence on life in Upper Canada during the War of F 37 Mackenzie-Lindsay Family Fonds William Lyon Mackenzie () was a newspaperman and politician in Upper Canada and leader of the Rebellion of Buy the Paperback Book Redcoated Ploughboys: The Volunteer Battalion of Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada, by Richard Feltoe atCanada's largest bookstore.
Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible :// R. Robert Mutrie “The Norfolk Militia in The War of ” in The Long Point Settlers. Log Cabin Publishing (Ridgeway ON: ) Census of Woodhouse Twp. in Strong vs. Bostwick (In Chancery) (NA MG 9, DReel H) Upper Canada Land Book B BOOK - Authentic Letters From Upper Canada [Ontario], Including an account of Canadian Field Sports  By T W Magrath; Etchings by Samuel Lover; Edited by Rev.
Thomas Radcliff Originally published by Wm. Curry, Jun. and Company, Dublin, Ontario History Articles on the War of The Ontario Historical Society has, for the first time, digitized and made available electronically, all articles and book reviews related to the War of that have been published in its journal Ontario History since Over 70 articles have been digitized, dating back as Redcoated Ploughboys — The Volunteer Battalion of Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada, — book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for r Remember Canada was under British control at this time, so attacking Canada was attacking the British.
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Even now, years later, we don’t know how many Upper Canadian militia men died defending their home. York’s Sacrifice profiles 39 men who lost their lives during the war.
They include 19 residents of the Town of York, five residents of York County, and 11 A sketch of the public life and services of Robert Nichol: a member of the Legislative assembly and quarter-master general of the militia of Upper Canada., Toronto Public ?R=. The Upper Canadian Volunteers (U.C.V.) were a small military unit organized at Fort George, Upper Canada, in July by Joseph Willcocks to fight with American forces during the War of The U.C.V.
participated in the occupation of the Niagara peninsula July to Dec.and withdrew to the U.S. after burning Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake The article below is an excerpt from The 48th Highlanders of Toronto, by Alexander Fraser, M.A.
which was published in as “The Origin and History of this Regiment and a short account of the Highland Regiments from time to time stationed in Canada.” Among the things around which military memories linger in Toronto is the Company of Highland Rifles, at one time attached to the Queen’s The Militia register of Upper Canada: with a statement of the volunteer corps within the province, and dates of commission, &c.