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  • The Defence of Scotland - Militias, Fencibles and . . .
    1 Some Scottish Sources on Militias, Fencibles and Volunteer Corps 1793 – 1830 Professor Arnold Morrison INTRODUCTION Scotland has a long tradition of auxiliary forces - Militias, Fencibles and Volunteers - which were raised for internal defence
  • Militia - Wikipedia
    In Canada the title "Militia" historically referred to the land component of the armed forces, both regular (full-time) and reserve The earliest Canadian militias date from the beginning of the French colonial period In New France, King Louis XIV created a compulsory militia of settlers in every parish that supported French authorities in the defence and expansion of the colony
  • Upper Canada in War of 1812 - WikiTree
    Isaac Brock was a British army officer who first came to Canada as lieutenant colonel of the 49th Regiment of Foot in 1802 In 1811 he was promoted to the rank of major general and, in the absence of Lieutenant Governor Francis Gore, served as the administrator of Upper Canada as well as its military commander
  • 78th (Highlanders) Regiment of Foot - Wikipedia
    The 78th (Highlanders) Regiment of Foot was a Highland Infantry Regiment of the Line, raised in 1793 Under the Childers Reforms it amalgamated with 72nd Regiment, Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders to form the Seaforth Highlanders in 1881
  • UELAC. org - Loyalists and the War of 1812
    John Askin and grandson George Hamilton John Askin was the son of James Askin Alice Rae born in Northern Ireland John came to New York in 1758, becoming a sutler of the British Army stationed at Albany About 1765 he moved to Michilimackinac and established a store, providing goods to the community the British Army stationed there




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