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BOOK - Officers of the British Forces in Canada During the War of 1812-15
By L. Homfray Irving
Originally published by Welland Tribune Print, 1908
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2008 (CD 2010)


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Officers of the British Forces in Canada During the War of 1812-15 provides carefully researched lists of officers who served during the War of 1812. The lists were built from a wide variety of records including the records of the grant of land made in Upper Canada (Ontario) to officers, non-commissioned officers and men who had served in "the first flank Companies, the Provincial Artillery, the Incorporated Regiment, the Corps of Militry Drivers, the Provincial Dragoons, the Marine and General Staff of the Army. And, in Lower Canada (Quebec), the officers and men of the Embodied Militia, discharged troops and others.

The foregoing sources were supplemented by names from pay lists, appointments and promotions as published in Militia Orders, returns, petitions, correspondence, Army lists, obituaries in newspapers and miltary magazines, General Service Medal lists, and Gold Medals lists.

The scanned index pages (below) will quickly tell you if the person/s that you seek are included in the book: Table of Contents includes:
The men are listed by the categories included in the Table of Contents as well as being alphabetically listed in a comprehensive index.

  • ABBREVIATIONS
  • ADDENDA
  • APPENDICES:
    • Arms and Accoutrements
    • Clothing, etc., prices of
    • Colours—Select Embodied Militia
    • Gentlemen Volunteers
    • Militia Pension Boards
    • Miscellaneous Orders
    • NON-COMMISSIONED officers—
      • Lower Canadian Militia
      • Upper Canadian Militia
    • Pay
    • Prize-Money
    • Rations and Forage
    • Uniforms
  • BRITISH ARMY
    • Adjutant General’s Department
    • Army Bill Office
    • Barrachmaster General’s Department
    • Brigade-Majors
    • Chaplains
    • Colonels on the Staff
    • Commander-in-Chief
    • Commissariat Department
    • Engineer’s Department
    • Field Train Department
    • General Officers and Staff
    • Gun Carriage Establishment
    • Judge-Advocate’s Department
    • Medical Department
    • Paymaster General’s Department
    • Postmaster
    • Prize Boards
    • Quartermaster General’s Department
  • REGIMENTS
    • 19th Light Dragoons
    • Royal Artillery
    • Royal Engineers
    • 1st Foot—Royal Scots
    • 3rd Foot—The Buffs
    • 5th Foot
    • 6th Foot
    • 8th Foot—King’s
    • 9th Foot
    • l3th Foot
    • 16th Foot
    • 27th Foot
    • 37th Foot
    • 39th Foot
    • 41st Foot
    • 49th Foot
    • 57th Foot
    • 58th Foot
    • 70th Foot—Glasgow Lowland
    • 76th Foot
    • 82nd Foot—Prince of Wales’ Volunteers
    • 88th Foot—Connaught Rangers
    • 89th Foot
    • 90th Foot
    • 97th Foot—Queen’s Own
    • 100th Foot—Prince Regent’s County of Dublin
    • 101st Foot—Duke of York’s Irish
    • 103rd Foot
    • 104th Foot
    • 10th Royal Veteran Battalion
    • Royal Newfoundland Regiment
    • Canadian Fencible Infantry
    • Glengarry Light Infantry
    • Meuron’s Regiment
    • Watteville’s Regiment
    • Royal Marines
    • Flank BattaliOn
    • Light Battalion
  • CIVIL ADMINISTRATION:
    • Administrators
    • Governor-General and Staff
  • ERRATA
  • INDIAN DEPARTMENT:
    • Engagements
    • Corps of Warriors
    • OFFICERS
      • Lower Canada
      • Upper Canada
      • War Chiefs
  • INDEX LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA
    • Adjutant General’s Department
    • Chaplains
    • Commissary of Transports
    • Corps:
      • 1st S. E. Batt
      • 2nd S. E. Batt
      • 3rd S. E. Batt
      • 4th S. E. Batt
      • 5th S. E. Batt
      • 6th Batt. (Quebec)
      • 7th Batt. (DeChambault’s)
      • 8th Batt. (Three Rivers)
      • Argenteuil
      • Artillery Drivers
      • Beauharnois
      • Beauport
      • Becancour
      • Bekril
      • Berthier
      • Blainville
      • Boucherville
      • Canadian Chassours
      • Canadian Light Dragoons (Coleman’s)
      • Canadian Voltigeurs
      • Canadian Voyageurs
      • Cap Sant
      • Chambly
      • Chasseurs L’Acadie
      • Chasseurs Chateauguay
      • Chasseurs St. Constant
      • Chasseurs St. Philippe
      • Commissiariat Voyageurs
      • Dorchester Light Dragoons (Watson’s)
      • Frontier Light Infantry
      • Guides, The
      • Ile Jesus
      • Island of Orleans
      • L’Acadie
      • L’Assomption
      • LaValtrie
      • Longue Pointe
      • Lotbiničre
      • Militia Light Infantry
      • Militia Volunteers (Barker’s)
      • Montreal Artillery
      • Montreal Cavalry (Platt’s)
      • Montreal Flank Battalion
      • Montreal Incorporated Volunteers
      • Montreal 1st Batt. (British)
      • Montreal 2nd
      • Montreal 3rd
      • Nicolet
      • Pointe Claire
      • Quebec Cavalry (Bell’s)
      • Quebec 1st Batt
      • Quebec 2nd
      • Quebec 3rd (British)
      • Quebec County
      • Quebec Volunteers (Bouchett.e’s)
      • Rimouski
      • Rivičre-duChene
      • Rivičredu-Loup
      • Rivičre-Ouelle
      • St. Anne
      • St. Denis
      • St. Hyacinthe
      • St. Jean du Port Jolie
      • St. Marie de Nouvelle Beauce
      • St. Ours
      • St. Thomas
      • St. V1ier
      • Terrebonne
      • Three Rivers
      • Townships—lst Batt
      • Townships—2nd
      • Townships—3rd
      • Townships—4th
      • Townships—5th
      • Townships—6th
      • Vaudreuil
      • Vercheres
      • Yamaska
    • Hospital Staff
    • Judge Advocate’s Department
    • Paymaster General
    • Quartermaster-General’s Department
    • Special Service Officers
    • Staff Officers
    • Staff Surgeons
  • MILITIA STAFF
    • Inspecting Field Officers
    • Staff Adjutants
  • UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA
    • Adjutant General’s Department
    • Chaplains
    • Commands
    • Corps—
    • Addington
    • Artillery, 1st Lincoln (Powell’s)
    • Caldwell’s Rangers.
    • Canadian Volunteers
    • Canboro
    • Coloured Men (Runchey’s)
    • Pease’s Volunteers
    • Dundas
    • Durham
    • Embodied (Cartwright’s)
    • Essex—1st Regt 2nd
    • Frontenac
    • Glengarry—1st Regt
    • Glengarry—2nd “
    • Green Bay
    • Grenville—1st Regt
    • Grenville—2nd
    • Haldimand
    • Hastings
    • Incorporated Artillery (Cameron’s)
    • Incorporated Battalion
    • Kent Leeds—1st Regt
    • Kent Leeds—2nd “
    • Lennox
    • Lincoln—1st Regt.
    • Lincoln—2nd
    • Lincoln—3rd
    • Lincoln—4th
    • Lincoln—5th
    • Lincoln—1st Artillery
    • Loyal Kent Volunteers
    • Michigan Fencibles
    • Middlesex
    • Mississippi Artillery
    • Mississippi Volunteers (Bulger’s)
    • Mississippi Volunteers (Pease’s)
    • Niagara Frontier Guides
    • Niagara Light Dragoons
    • Norfolk—lst Regt
    • Norfolk-2nd “
    • Northumberland
    • Oxford
    • Prescott
    • Prince Edward
    • Provincial Artificers
    • Provincial Artillery Drivers
    • Provincial Dragoons, (Merritt’s)
    • Stormont
    • Voyageurs
    • Western Rangers (Caldwell’s)
    • York—1st Regt
    • York—2nd
    • York—3rd
    • Miscellaneous Appointments
    • Non-Comissioned Officers
    • Paymaster-General’s Department
    • Prison Provost
    • Provost Marshal
    • Quartermasters
    • Quartermaster-General’s Department
    • Special Service Officers
    • Surgeons
  • PROVINCIAL MARINE
    • Engagements
    • Officers
    • Ships and Vessels
  • ROYAL NAVY:
    • Engagements
    • Officers
    • Ships and Vessels


318 pages (including 36 page index)
6.5 X 8.75"
Lists
Appendix items
Hardcover - bound with deeply grained black covering with gilt stamping on cover and spine
Originally published by Welland Tribune Print, 1908
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2008 (CD 2010)

ISBN 978-1-897446-91-1 (Hardcover)





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