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Canadian Military Institute 



OFFICERS 



OF THE 



British Forces in Canada 



DURING THE 



WAR OF 1812=15 



BY 



L. HOMFRAY IRVING, Honorary Librarian. 

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WEI/LAND TBIBUNE PKINT. 
1908 



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Enterod according to Act of Parliament, in the Year Nineteen Hundred and 
Eight, by L. Homfray Irving, in the Office of the Minister of Agriculture. 



982978 



INTRODUCTION 



A people which takes no pride in the noble 
" achievements of remote ancestors will never 
" achieve anything worthy to be remembered 
" with pride by remote descendants." 

Macaulay s History of England. 

The accompanying lists of officers, who served during the War of 
1812-15, are compiled from the records of the grants of land made in 
Upper Canada to officers, non-commissioned officers and men who had 
served in " the first flank Companies, the Provincial Artillery, the 
Incorporated Regiment, the Corps of Artillery Drivers, the Provincial 
Dragoons, the Marine and General Staff of the Army,"* and in Lower 
Canada, to " the officers and men of the Embodied Militia, discharged 
troops and others."** 

All those who participated in the Prince Regent s Bounty, as 
these land grants were called, are indicated by a star in front of their 
respective names. 

The names of those who received land grants as above have been 
supplemented by names from pay lists, appointments and promotions 
as published in Militia Orders, returns, petitions and correspondence 
in the office of the Archivist and Keeper of the Records, Arthur G. 
Doughty, C. M. G., L. L. D., to whom and his assistant officers I am 
more than indebted for the facilities and courtesy which have always 
been afforded me in my searches. 

The foot notes, in addition to what could be obtained at the 
Archives, have been gathered from Army Lists, Obituaries in local 
newspapers, military magazines, etc., etc. 

The sources of information from whence the names of the 

Militia General Order, 21st January, 1820. 

** Appendix O, Journals House of Assembly, Lower Canada, 1819. 



11. INTRODUCTION. 



survivors who, in 1847, received the "General Service Medal, 1793- 
1814,"f are derived, were : 

(1) A list of Veterans of 1812-15 in Upper and Lower 

Canada to whom medals were granted. (Canadian Archives.) 
(2) The Army List for July, 1851. 
(3) A list published in the "United Service Magazine" 

(1849, parts 2 and 3.) 

The names of the recipients of " Gold Medals " are taken from 
Sir H. Nicholas " History of the Orders of British Knighthood." 

The list of the Regimental Officers of the Regular Army were, 
for various reasons, withdrawn ; the present printed material being 
substituted. 

I desire to acknowledge most gratefully the obligations I am 
under to Miss Shanly, of Toronto, Mr. Avern Pardoe, Librarian 
Ontario Legislature, and Mr. Marmaduke Wilson, his Assistant, Lt.- 
Colonel E. Cruikshank, F.R.S.C., Lt.-Colonel C. S. Jones and the gen 
tlemen of his staff in the Crown Lands Department, Toronto, as well 
as to Mr. Hector Caron, of the same Department at Quebec ; nor 
must my sincere thanks be withheld from Lt.-Colonel A. L. Jarvis, 
1.8*0., and Mr. Errol Bouchette, F.R.S.G., two gentlemen whose grand 
fathers and great grandfathers services are recorded herein. 

L. H. I. 

Toronto, 7th October, 1908. 



fGeneral Order, Horse Guards, 1st June, 1847. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



JW Received Prince Regent s land grant for services during 

the War. 

A B. Able-bodied Seaman. 
Beauhar. Beauharnois. 
Bvt. Brevet. 

Q. B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
Q t c. Canadian Chasseurs. 
Can. Fenc. Canadian Fencible Regiment. 
Can. Voy. Canadian Voyageurs. 
Emb. Embodied Militia. 

F. L. I. Frontier Light Infantry. 

F. O. Field Officer. 
Gar. B. Garrison Battalion. 

G c B. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. 

G. C. H.-Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 

G. L. I. Glengarry Light Infantry. 

G. O. General Order, 
h. p. Half-pay. 

I Y, O. Inspecting Field Officer of Militia. 
Incorp. Incorporated Militia Battalion. 
Ind. Dept. Indian Department. 

K. B. Knight Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
K c B Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
K CH.-K^Iht Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 

K H.-Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 
King s R. R. King s Royal Regiment of New York, 1777. 

L> D,_LigM Dragoons (now Hussars.) 
L. and P. Society. Loyal and Patriotic Society of Upper Canada. 

L c. Lower Canada (now Quebec.) 
M. G. O. Militia General Order. 
M. Leg. C. Member Legislative Council. 
M P. P. Member Provincial Parliament. 
M. V. A. Mississippi Volunteer Artillery. 
N B. F. New Brunswick Fencible Regiment, 181d-lb. 
N . s. Nova Scotia Fencible Regiment. 

pro- Promoted. 
Pro v . Provincial . 
R C. V. Royal Canadian Volunteers, 1794-1803. 

R. M. Royal Marines. 
R. M. A. Royal Marine Artillery. 
R. N. R. Royal Newfoundland Regiment, 1803-lb. 

R. y. Royal Veteran Battalion. 
S. E. M. Select Embodied Militia. 
U. C. Upper Canada (now Ontario.) 

V ^O^rsSKrSenUn either o. the actions of the 16th. 
^* 17th or 18th June, 1815. 
W. I. West India Regiment. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Alphabetically Arranged 



ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................... ....... iii- 

ADDENDA ..................................................................................... 261 

APPENDICES : 

Arms and Accoutrements .................................................. 247 

Clothing, etc., prices of ...................................................... 246 

Colours Select Embodied Militia ..................................... 260 

Garrisons ............................................................................ 234 

Gentlemen Volunteers ....................................................... 236, 267 

Militia Pension Boards ...................................................... 258 

Miscellaneous Orders ........................................................ 252 

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

Lower Canadian Militia ............................................... 239 

Upper Canadian Militia ............................................... 237, 272 

Pay ..................................................................................... 244 

Prize-Money ....................................................................... 257 

Rations and Forage ............................................................ 242 

Uniforms ............................................................................ 248 

BRITISH ARMY : 

Adjutant General s Department ........................................ 4 

Army Bill Office ................................................................. 262 

Barrackmaster General s Department .............................. 

Brigade-Majors ................................................................... 13 

Chaplains ........................................................................... 

Colonels on the Staff .......................................................... 10 

Commander-in-Chief ......................................................... 

Commissariat Department ................................................ 

Engineer s Department ..................................................... 15 

Field Train Department .................................................... 14 

General Officers and Staff .................................................. 

Gun Carriage Establishment ............................................. 

Judge- Advocate s Department .......................................... 

Medical Department .......................................................... 17, 261 

Paymaster General s Department ..................................... 19 

Postmaster ................................................................ ........ 19 

Prize Boards ..................................................................... 261 

Quartermaster General s Department .............................. 5> 261 

REGIMENTS : 

19th Light Dragoons ..................................................... 21 

Royal Artillery ............................................................. 21 

Royal Engineers ........................................................... 21 

1st Foot Royal Scots .................................................. 22 

3rd " The Buffs ...................................................... 22 



8th " -King s 



23 



VI. TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



BRITISH ARMY CORPS (Continued.) 

9th Foot 23 

13th " 23 

16th " 23 

27th " 23 

37th " 23 

39th " 24 

41st " 24,270 

49th " ^ 24 

57th " 24 

58th " t 24 

70th Glasgow Lowland 24 

76th 24 

82nd Prince of Wales Volunteers 24, 270 

88th Connaught Rangers 24 

89th 24 

90th 25 

97th Queen s Own 25 

100th Foot Prince Regent s County of Dublin 25 

101st " Duke of York s Irish 25 

103rd " 25 

104th " 25 

10th Royal Veteran Battalion 27 

Royal Newfoundland Regiment 25 

Canadian Fencible Infantry 26 

Glengarry Light Infantry 26 

Meuron s Regiment 26 

Watteville s Regiment 26 

Royal Marines 27 

Flank Battalion 27 

Light Battalion 27 

CIVIL ADMINISTRATION : 

Administrators 2 

Governor-General and Staff 1, 261 

ERRATA 269 

INDIAN DEPARTMENT: 

Engagements 208 

Corps of Warriors 217 

OFFICERS 

Lower Canada 214 

Upper Canada 209 

War Chiefs 219, 267 

INDEX 273 

LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA : 

Adjutant General s Department 100 

Chaplains 102 

Commissary of Transports 102 

CORPS 

1st S. E. Batt 118, 266 

2nd " " 122,266 

3rd " " 124, 266 

4th " " 128, 266 

5th " " 130 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. vii, 



LOWEK CANADIAN MILITIA CORPS (Continued.) 

6th Batt. (Quebec) 135, 266 

7fch " (DeChambault s) 137 

8th " (Three Elvers) 138 

Argenteuil 173 

Artillery Drivers 113 

Beauharnois 191 

Beauport 152 

Becancour 162 

Belceil 188 

Berthier 183 

Blainville 180 

Boucherville 189 

Canadian Chasseurs 133 

Light Dragoons (Coleman s) 112 

-Voltigeurs 105 

Voyageurs 114 

CapSante 151 

Chambly 187 

Chasseurs : L Acadie 193 

Chateauguay 193 

St. Constant 194 

St. Philippe 194 

Commissiariat Voyageurs 115, 266 

Dorchester Light Dragoons (Watson s) 140 

Frontier Light Infantry 109 

Guides, The 163 

He J^sus 177 

Island of Orleans 146 

L Acadie 193 

L Assom|)tion 181 

LaValtrie 183 

Longue Pointe 172 

Lotbiniere 149 

Militia Light Infantry 116 

Volunteers (Barker s) 110 

Montreal Artillery 163 

Cavalry (Platt s) 163 

Flank Battalion 364 

Incorporated Volunteers 164 

1st Batt. (British) 165 



2nd 166 

-3rd " 168 

Nicolet 161 

Pointe Claire 170 

Quebec Cavalry (Bell s) 140 

1st Batt 141 

-2nd " 143 

3rd " (British) 145 

County 150 

-Volunteers (Bouchette s) Ill 

Eimouski 153 

Riviere-du-Chene 176 

Riviere-du-Loup 159 

Riviere-Ouelle 158 

St. Anne 160 

St. Denis 194 



Vlll. TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA CORPS (Continued.) 

St. Hyacinthe 186 

St. Jean du Port Jolie 154 

St. Marie de Nouvelle Beauce 150 

St. Ours 184 

St. Thomas 155 

St. Valier 147 

Terrebonne , , 178 

Three Rivers 157 

Townships 1st Batt 197 

2nd 198 

3rd 198 

4th 199 

5th 200 

6th 200 

Vaudreuil 174 

Vercheres 195 

Yamaska 160 

Hospital Staff 101 

Judge Advocate s Department 102 

Paymaster General 101 

Quartermaster-General s Department 101 

Special Service Officers 101 

Staff Officers 103, 266 

Staff Surgeons 101 

MILITIA STAFF : 

Inspecting Field Officers 28, 262 

Staff Adjutants 28 

UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA : 

Adjutant General s Department 31, 262 

Chaplains 35 

Commands , 36 

CORPS 

Addington 55, 264 

Artillery, 1st Lincoln (Powell s) 75 

Caldwell s Rangers 95 

Canadian Volunteers 98, 265 

Canboro 71 

Coloured Men (Runchey s) 76 

Dease s Volunteers 97 

Dundas 45, 263 

Durham 62 

Embodied (Cartwright s) 53 

Essex 1st Regt 89 

2nd " 91 

Frontenac 54 

Glengarry 1st Regt 41, 263 

2nd " 42 

Green Bay 99 

Grenville 1st Regt 48, 263 

2nd " 49,263,270 

Haldimand 71 

Hastings 59,264 

Incorporated Artillery (Cameron s) 39, 270 

Incorporated Battalion 37, 270 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. ix. 



UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA CORPS (Continued.) 

Kent 93, 271 

Leeds 1st Regt 50 

2nd " 51,264 

Lennox 56 

Lincoln 1st Regt 72, 271 

2nd " 76,264,271 

3rd " 78 

4th " 80,264 

5th " 82,265 

1st Artillery 75 

Loyal Kent Volunteers 93 

Michigan Fencibles 96 

Middlesex 88 

Mississippi Artillery 97 

Volunteers (Bulger s) 96 

Volunteers (Dease s) 97 

Niagara Frontier Guides 71 

Light Dragoons 70 

Norfolk 1st Regt 84, 271 

.2nd " 85,271 

Northumberland 61 

Oxford 87,265,271 

Prescott., 45, 263 

Prince Edward 58 

Provincial Artificers 40 

Artillery Drivers ~. 40, 270 

Dragoons, (Merritt s) 71 

Stormont 44, 263 

Voyageurs 98 

Western Rangers fCaldwell s) 95 

York 1st Regt 63 

2nd " 65,270 

3rd " 67 

Miscellaneous Appointments 35, 263 

Non-Commissioned Officers 237, 272 

Paymaster-General s Department 33 

Prison Provost 35 

Provost Marshal. 35 

Quartermasters 34 

Quartermaster-General s Department 31 

Special Service Officers 32 

Surgeons 34 

PROVINCIAL MARINE : 

Engagements 203 

Officers 203 

Ships and Vessels 202 

ROYAL NAVY :- 

Engagements 224 

Officers 225 

Ships and Vessels 222 



CIVIL ADMINISTRATION 



CAPTAIN-GENERAL AND GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEF, &C., &C., &C. 

1 Lieut.-General Sir George Prevost,Bart., 14 Sept., 113 Apr.,15, 

CIVIL SECRETARY. 

2 Honble Herman Witsius Ryland. 

11 Lt.-Colonel Edward Brabazon Brenton, 1 May, 13. 

ASSISTANT CIVIL SECRETARY. 
19 Ensign Andrew William Cochran, Quebec Militia, 1 May, 13. 

MILITARY SECRETARY. 

3 Ensign Noah Freer, Nova Scotia Fencibles, 17 Aug., 11. 

ASSISTANT MILITARY SECRETARY. 

6 Lt.-Colonel William Armstrong, Nova Scotia Fencibles. 
Lieutenant William Kemble, Glengarry L. Infantry, 18 July, 12. 

:1 Lieutenant Peter Grant, Royal Scots, 25 Oct., 13. 

DEPUTY MILITARY SECRETARY. 

| Ensign Thomas Trigge, 70th, 25 June, 14. 

12 Lieutenant David Duval, 81st, 25 July, 14. 

AIDES-DE-CAMP. 

3 Ensign Noah Freer, N.S. Fenc. (acting), 11 Nov., 11. 

5 Captain Robert McDouall, 8th, 31 Aug., 12. 

(J Captain H. B. O. Milnes, 1st Foot Guards, 30 Sept., 12. 

7 Captain Foster Lech Coore, 3rd W 7 est India Reg t. 
Bvt.-Major James Forrest Fulton, 98th. 

9 Bvt.-Major William Cochrane, 103rd, 18 Septx, 13. 

13 Captain John S. Sinclair, R. A., 10 Jan., 14. 

EXTRA AIDE-DE-CAMP. 

13 Captain John Bagwell, 60th, 16 Sept., 14. 

PROVINCIAL AIDES-DE-CAMP. 

* Lt.-Colonel Pierre de Boucherville, L. C. Militia. 
Lt.-Colonel Michael Henry Percival, L. C. Militia. 
1 Lt.-Colonel Edward Brabazon Brenton, 19 Nov., 12. 



15 



THE CIVIL STAFF OF CANADA. 



EXTRA PROVINCIAL AIDE-DE-CAMP. 
jBl Hoiible Wm. McGillivray, 14 Nov., 13. 

CHAPLAIN ATTACHED TO HEAD-QUARTERS. 

17 Reverend George Jenkins, 21 Aug., 14. 



PRESIDENTS ADMINISTERING THE GOVERNMENT OF UPPER CANADA. 

18 Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, 9 Oct., 1113 Oct., 12. 

18 Major-General Sir R. H. Sheaffe, Bart., 20 Oct., 1218 June, 13. 

18 Major-General Francis Baron de Rottenburg, 19 June 13 12 

Dec., 13. 
18 Lieut.-General Sir Gordon Drummond, 13 Dec., 13 Apr., 15. 



PRESIDENTS ADMINISTERING THE GOVERNMENT OF LOWER CANADA. 

18 Major-General Francis Baron de Rottenburg, 25 Feb., 13 19 

Mar, 13. 12 May, 1313 June, 13. 

18 Major-General George Glasgow, R. A., 14 June, 13 25 Sept., 13. 
18 Major-General Francis Baron de Rottenburg, 7 Oct., 13 3 

Nov., 14. 



1 Eldest son of Major. -Gen. Augustin Prevost. B. at New York, 1767. Col. 
Comdt. 5th Battln., 60th, 8 Sept., 06. Lt.-Gen. in the Army 4 June, 11. Col. 
16th Kegt. 17 Feb., 14. Created a Baronet 6 Dec., 05. Died at Belmont, Eng 
land, 5 Jan., 16. Gold Medal Martinique. 

2 Had been in Paymaster- General s Dep t during American war. Was Civil 
Secretary to Sir Guy Carleton. Was a Legislative Councillor, &c. Died at 
Beauport, 1838. 

3 Ensign N.S.F. 25 Oct., 10. Lieut. Can. Fenc. 25 June, 12. Capt. N.B.F. 25 
Oct., 13. Went on h. p. 25 May, 16. Medal "Chateauguay." Was cashier of 
the Quebec Bank. Married, 1824, Miss Anderson, niece of Philip Van Cortlandt, 
Dep. Bar. M. General. 

4 Ensign R.N.F. 26 Apr., 10. Lieut. G.L.I. 6 Feb., 12. Served during the war 
as a Regimental and Staff Officer. Present at Lundy s Lane. H.p. May, 16. 
H.M. law printer, Lower Canada, 1826. Paymaster Queen s Volunteers during 
1837-38. Editor Quebec Mercury, 1832-42. Died at Quebec, 5 Mar., 45, leaving 
a son and a daughter, the latter became the wife of Lt.-Col. W. L. Dames, late 
66th and Rifle Brigade. 

5 Cornet 26th L.D., 1796. Capt. 8th Foot 24 Oct., 04. Major G.L.I., 1813. 
Present at Stoney Creek (despatches). Lt.-Col. 29 July, 13. Commanded at 
Mackinac, which he successfully defended, 4 Aug. 14. Went on h.p. 4 Dec., 16. 
C.B., 3 Feb., 17. Maj.-Gen., 1841. Died at Stranraer, 15 Nov., 48. Medal 
"Martinique" clasp. 

6 Henry Banks Oldenburgh Milnes, 3rd son of Sir Robert Shore Milnes, Bart. 
Born Oct., 1796. Ensign 1st F.G. 1 Nov., 7. Present at Stoney Creek 



THE CIVIL STAFF OF CANADA. 



(despatches). Died at Kingston, 25 Aug., from wounds received at Goose Creek, 
21 Aug., 13. 

7 Capt. 3rd W.I., 3 Mar., 08. Bearer of Brock s Detroit Despatches to Eng 
land. Bvt. -Major 8 Oct., 12. Present at Fort Erie Assault (despatches). D.Q. 
M.G. Sept., 13. App t d. D.Q.M.G. Nova Scotia, 18 Feb., 15. Lt.-Col. York L. 
Inf., 1 Nov., 15. H.p. 29 May., 17. 

8 Capt. 98th, 22 Mar. 04. Bearer of Sheaffe s Queenston Despatches to Eng 
land. Bvt.-Maj., 28 Nov., 12. Major Can. Fenc., Oct., 14. Lt.-Col. on the 
Continent, 24 Nov., 25. K.H., 1837. Medal " Chateauguay " clasp. 

9 Went on h.p., 1818. Lt.-Col., 15 July, 24. Inspecting F.O. Nova Scotia 
Militia, 1824. 

10 See Corps of Canadian Voyageurs. 

11 See Army Staff, Deputy Judge Advocate. 

12 Served in Canada as 2nd Lieut., E.A., in 1797. Capt. K.A. 2 Feb., 07. Bvt.- 
Maj. 4 June, 14. Eetired as Lt. -Colonel 14 Nov., 26. See also Army Staff. 

13 Cornet 1st Dragoons, 12 Oct., 09. Lieut. 4 July, 11. Capt. 60th 18 Aug., 13. 
u See 8th Battalion (Three Kivers Division). 

15 Was Collector of Customs at Quebec. 

lfi Major 21st, 25 June, 08. Bvt. Lt.-Col. 25 Apr., 08. Major 2nd Gar. B., 13 
Sept., 10. Capt. N.S.F. 1 Aug., 11. To h.p. 25 Sept., 16. Colonel 12 Aug., 19. 
Died in Paris, 1837. See also Army Staff, Majors of Brigade and Barrack Dept. 

17 Had served in the Peninsula. Died at Montreal, 26 Apr., 21, aged 42. 

18 See Army Staff, General Officers. 

19 Afterwards Honble A. W. Cochran, M. Leg. C., Lower Canada. Born in 
Nova Scotia, 1792. Died 11 July, 49. See Army Staff, Deputy Judge Advocate. 

20 Ensign 70th, 22 Apr., 13. Lieut. 104th, 3 May, 15. H.p. 25 July, 17. 

21 Resigned 14 July, 14, to rejoin his Regiment. To h.p. 15 June, 18. 

22 Capt. 28 Oct., 24. 



THE ARMY STAFF 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE FORCES. 

1 Colonel Edward Baynes, Glengarry Light Infantry, Aug., 1807. 

DEPUTY ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

9 Bvt. Lt.-Colonel Robert Ellice, h.p., 24th Dragoons. 

2 Major John Harvey, 6th Gar. Battln., 80 June, 12. 

io A. D. C., Bvt. Lt.-Colonel Win. Jervoise, Capt. 57th. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERALS. 

3 Capt. Robert McDouall, 8th, 2 Aug., 12. 

4 Bvt.-Major John Baskervyle Glegg, 49th, 14 July, 14. 

5 Bvt. Lt.-Colonel Charles Tryon, Capt. 88th, 8 Aug., 14. 
Major E. P. Sparrow, 61st, 21 Aug., 14. 

DEPUTY-ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERALS. 

13 Captain James Rowan, Royal Scots, 31 Aug., 12. 

7 Captain R. Leonard, 104th, 8 May, 13. 

8 Captain H. N. Moorsom, Lieut. 104th, 26 Aug., 13. 

11 Captain G. T. Bourke, 100th, 15 June, 14. 
Captain Donald McLean, Royal Scots, 24 July, 14. 
Captain Sackville H. Eaton, Lieut. 62nd. 

12 Captain J, Moorhead, Ensign Volt g rs., 25 Aug., 14. 
Captain H. S. Blanckley, h. p., 23rd, 23 Sept., 14. 
Captain H. B. Everest, Lieut. 6th, 25 Oct., 14. 

6 Captain N. Eckersley, Royal Dragoons, 10 Dec., 14. 



1 Lieut. 32nd, Aug., 1790. Capt. Mar., 1795. Was at capture of Cape of Good 
Hope. Major Nov., 1796. Major 76th 23, Apr., 1800, serving in India. Lt.-Col 
onel h.p. Ap., 02. Lt.-Colonel 5th, 180-1. Adjutant-General North America, Aug., 
07. Lt.-Colonel N.S.F. from 4th Gar. Battln, 17 Sept., 07. Mil. Sec ry to 
Brock. Colonel G.L.I., 6 Feb., 12. Maj. -General, 4 June, 14. Died at Sid- 
mouth, Eng., Mar., 1829. 

2 Ensign 80th, 1794. Served on the Continent, Cape of Good Hope, Egypt, 
1801, Mahratta war, &c., Silver Medal, clasp Egypt. Arrived at H.Q., 4 Feb., 
13. Present at Stoney Creek (despatches), Chrystler s Farm (despatches), Gold 



THE ARMY STAFF. 



Medal. Fort Niagara (despatches). Black Kock, 30 Dec., 13, (despatches), 
Oswego (despatches). Lundy s Lane (despatches), Fort Erie, Assault and Sortie 
(despatches). C.B., 1815. K.C.H., 1824. Colonel 103rd, 27 May, 25. K.C.B., 
1838 Lt. -General 9 Nov., 48. Governor of New Brunswick, Newfoundland, 
Nova Scotia, 1846-52. Died 1852. See also Deputy Qr.Mr. General. 

3 See Gen. Prevost s Staff. 

4 See Army Staff General Officers. 

5 Was D.A.A.G. during Peninsula war. Wounded at Salamanca. Gold Medal 
Pyrenees. To h.p. 25 Oct., 21. Died 1826. 

6 Lieut. 1st Dragoons, 8 Sept., 1804. Capt., Oct., 11, Major, June, 17. ~K.fi. 
1.818. Major 60th, 26 Aug., 19. To h.p. on same date. D.Q.M.G. Leeward 
Islands, 1827. Lt.-Col., 8 Nov., 27. Died 12 Nov., 37. 

7 Ensign 54th, 1796. Was in Egypt, 1801. Asst. Engineer at Siege of Alex 
andria. Capt. N.B. Fenc. (104th), 28 Mar., 05. Present at Sackett s Harbour 
(wounded), Lundy s Lane, Fort Erie assault (sev. wounded). Major 27 Oct., 14. 
Settled at Lundy s Lane, where he died, 31 Oct., 33. Was Lt.-Col. 1st Lincoln 
Light Infantry. Sheriff of Lincoln. 

8 Lieut. 104th, 12 Nov., 11, from 24th. Killed at Lundy s Lane (despatches). 
"A very intelligent and promising young officer." 

9 To 6th Dragoons, 30 June, 12. 

10 Capt. 89th, 14 July, 08. Capt. 57th, 25 Mar., 13. Present at Black Rock 
(despatches), Oswego (despatches), Lundy s Lane (despatches). Bvt. Lt. -Colonel 
22 Sept., 14. Capt. 8th, 1818. To h.p. from Captcy. 53rd, 17 Sept., 23. K.H., 
1835. Maj. -General 9 Nov., 46. See Drumrnond s Staff. 

11 See Army Staff, Majors of Brigade. 

12 Afterwards Ensign G.L.I., 24 Nov., 14. To h.p. 25 Aug., 16. 
18 Resigned 14 July, 14, to rejoin his Regiment. 



QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. 

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. 

1 Colonel Edward MacdonneU, h.p. 105th, 4 Nov., 11. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Christopher Myers, 70th (acting). 13 Aug., 1230 
Oct., 12. 

8 Colonel Sir Thomas Sidney Beckwith, K.C.B., 95th, 7 Jan., 13. 
4 A.D.C., Lieut. Wm. Nesfield, 89th, (acting.) 

DEPUTY QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. 

28 Lt.-Colonel Alleyne Hanipden Pye, h.p., 10th West India Regt. 

8 Capt. Andrew Gray, N.S.F., (acting), 3 Jan., 1230 Oct., 12. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Christopher Myers, 70th. 

G Capt. H. B. O. Milnes, A.D.C., (acting), 21 Jan., 13. 
24 Lt.-Colonel John Harvey, A.A.G. (acting), May, 13. 
26 Lt.-Colonel Wm. Drninmond, 104th (acting), 18 Sept., 13. 
26 Bvt.-Major F. L. Coore, 3rd West India (acting), 18 Sept., 13. 



THE ARMY STAFF. 



ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-GENERALS. 

27 Captain D. B. Davies, 100th. 

Captain R. T. Fuller, 41st. 
23 Captain J. T. Caddy, R.A. 
5 Captain Andrew Gray, N.S.F., 29 June, 12. 

Bvt.-Major Philip Hughes, R.E., 21 Nov., 12. 
23 Major Francis Cockburn, Can. Fenc., 22 July, 14. 

Bvt.-Major H. Montgomery, 50th, 8 Aug., 14. 

8 Major Nathaniel Thorn, 3rd, 8 Aug., 14. 
Bvt.-Major R. Roberts. 62nd. 

9 Bvt.-Major H. Balneavis, 27th, 31 Aug., 14. 

10 Major William Staveley, Royal Staff Corps. 

DEPUTY-ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-GENERALS. 

Lieut. Charles King, R.A., 15 Feb., 12. 

11 Ensign Edward F. Davis,R.N.F., 29 June, 12. 

11 Captain J. B. Irwin, 103rd, 20 July, 12. 

12 Lieutenant George Fowler, 41st, 25 Aug., 12. 

15 Captain G. A. Eliot, 103rd, 9 Dec., 12. 
14 Lieutenant Felix Trough ton, R.A. 

lfl Lieutenant Thomas Powell, 24th, 6 Mar., 13. 

16 Captain F. Kirchberger, De Watteville s, 22 Aug., 13. 
7 Captain John Maule, 104th, 22 Aug., 13. 

17 Captain Tito Lelievre, R.N.F., 22 Aug., 13. 

18 Captain R. P. Skinner, R.N.F. 

19 Captain Alexander Clerk, 49th. 

; Lieutenant John Le Breton, R.N.F. (temp.), 29 Jan., 14. 

21 Lieutenant E. Dewar, 100th. 

22 Lieutenant Wm. Ranaldson Dickson (acting), 20 June, 14. 
Captain G. W. Barnes, 89th (acting), 25 June, 14. 
Lieutenant Edward W. Solomon, 104th (acting), 14 July, 14. 
Captain Elias Pipon, R.N.F., 18 July, 14. 

Captain H. Dumaresque, 9th, 8 Aug., 14. 
Captain H. Saunderson, 39th, 31 Aug., 14. 
Lieutenant John Johnston, Can. Fenc., 24 Sept., 14. 
Captain J. Westropp. 58th, 29 Nov., 14. 
29 Captain F. Gordon, R. A., 25 Jan., 15. 



1 Appointed Q.M.G. from Dep. Br.Mr.-Gen., Canada, 4 Nov., 11. Married Anne, 
sister of Sir William Johnson, Bart., Colonel Townships Militia. Died at 
Montreal, 30 Oct., 12. 

2 Major, 70th, 1804. Bvt. Lt.-Col. 7 Aug., 05. D. Q.M.G. Jamaica, 1810. Ex 
changed with Col. Pye. Arrived 13 June, 12, and ordered to York. Colonel 



THE ARMY STAFF. 



(local) 1 Mar., 13. In command at Kingston, 22 Apr., 13. Present at Fort 
George, 27 May, 13 (wounded 3 times, prisoner). "A zealous and meritorious 
officer," Vincent s despatch. Exchanged to 100th, 4 June, 13. Released from 
parole and resumed duty, 14 May, 14. Colonel, 4 June, 14. Present at Fort 
Erie assault and sortie (despatches). C.B., 1815. Died 3 March, 17. 

3 Lieut., 71st, 2 Feb., 91. Lt.-Col., 95th, 20 Jan., 03. Served in the Peninsula, 
Gold Medal, clasps Vimiera, Corunna, Busaco. Colonel, 4 June, 11. Appointed 
Q.M.G., North America, 7 Jan., 13. Arrived 31 Oct., 13. K.C.B., 2 Jan., 15. 
Died 1831. 

4 Present at Fort Erie (despatches). Was also A.D.C. to Drummond. 

6 Lieut. 8th, 25 Feb., 08. Capt. N.S.F., 1 Aug., 11. Killed close to the enemy s 
block-house at Sackett s Harbour. "In him the army lost an active and intel 
ligent officer," G.O., May, 13. 

6 See Governor Prevost s Staff. 

7 Cornet 25th L.D., 11 Nov., 1794. Capt. 1799. Capt. N.B.F. (104th) 1 May, 05. 
Bvt. -Major, Apr., 08. From Brigade Major to D.A.Q.M.G. at Burlington Heights, 
22 Aug., 13. Present at Lundy s Lane (despatches). Bvt. Lt.-Col., 4 June, 14. 
Capt. 26th, 30 Sept., 19. 

8 Afterwards Sir Nathaniel Thorn. Served in the Peninsula ; Silver Medal, 
clasps Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 
Toulouse. C.B., 1831. K.H., 1832. Major-General, 1846. Lt. -General, 1854. 
K.C.B., 1857. Died 1857. 

9 Ensign 16th, 1797. Lieut. 17th, 1799. Exchanged to 26th, 1803. Capt. 27th, 
1805. Served under Baird at Corunna, 1808 ; also in the Peninsula, Medal with 
clasps Talavera, Busaco, Fuentes d Onor, Cuidad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanaca, 
Pyrenees, Orthes, Toulouse; at the latter commanded 3rd Batt., 27th. Bvt.- 
Majorfor Fuentes d Onor. Present at Plattsburg. Resigned 29 Nov., 14, as 
A.Q.M.G., and went to New Orleans. Present at Paris after Waterloo as A.D.C. 
to Sir Manley Power. Bvt. Lt. -Colonel 12 Aug., 19. Town Major Malta, 22 June, 
24. C.M.G., 1833. K.H., 1836. Colonel 10 Jan., 37. Maj. -General 9 Nov., 46. 

10 Served in the Peninsula, Silver Medal, clasps Talavera, Fuentes d Onor, 
Cuidad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Toulouse. Present at Water 
loo, C.B., and Bvt. Lt.-Col., 18 June, 15. Commander-in-Chief Madras. Lt.-Gen. 
and Colonel-in-Chief 94th, Oct., 53. Died March, 1854. 

11 Ensign R. Newf. 7 Apr., 08. Lieut. 8 Oct., 12. Capt. N.B.F. 25 Oct., 13. 
Present at Chrystler s Farm (despatches.) 

11 Present at Fort Erie assault, prisoner. 

12 Lieut 41st, 1806. Capt., Jan., 13. Present at Queenston. 22 Aug., 13, to 
Quebec. Died at Quebec 21 Apr., 21, aged 54. 

13 Commanded detachment of 100th on expedition to Lake Champlain, Aug., 13 
(despatches.) Present at Fort Niagara (despatches), Black Rock, 30 Dec., 13 
(despatches), Chippawa (despatches), Lundy s Lane (despatches), Fort Erie 
assault, wounded and prisoner (despatches.) 

u D.A.G.M.G. Miami expedition (despatches.) See R.A. 

15 Lieut. 24th, 11 Feb., 09. Capt. G.L.I., 6 Mar., 13. Was at Fort Erie assault 
and sortie (despatches), Cook s Mills, wounded. Acting Maj. Can. Chasseurs, 
25 Feb., 15. Major Rifle Brigade, 11 May, 15. To h.p. 25 Nov., 18. 

16 From Brigade Major to D.A.Q.M.G., Montreal Dist. 



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1T Present at Ogdensburgh (despatches). Relieved Maj. Clerk, 49th, at York, 
24 Mar., 13. H.p. 25 June, 16. Died 25 Sept., 31. 

18 Capt. R. Newf. Nov., 09. Appointed to Prescott, 22 Mar., 13. Gunboats 
and Marines were under his charge. Present at Chrystler s Farm (despatches.) 

19 At York in 1813. Major Glengarry L.I. 24 Aug., 15. H.p. 25 June, 16. Bvt. 
Lt.-Col. 12 Aug., 19. 

20 Present at Lundy s Lane (despatches). Was Adjutant of the Canadian Vol- 
tigeurs on their formation. 

21 Present at Detroit (despatches). Died in Western District from bursting of 
a blood vessel, Dec. 12. 

22 Lieut. 13th, 24 Jan., 08. Lieut. N.B.F. Oct., 14. H.p. 1816. 

23 Was Asst. D.Q.M.G. at Amherstburg in 1807. Bvt. -Major 4 June, 13. 

24 See Adjutant-General s Department. 

25 Son of Sir James Cockburn, Bart. Served in S. America, 1807 ; Peninsula, 
1809-10 ; Canada, 1811-14. Governor Bahamas 1840. Knighted 1841. Capt. 60th, 
23 Apr., 07. Major Can. Fenc. 27 June, 11. Lt.-Col. N.B. Fenc. 27 Oct., 14. 
Colonel 10 Jan., 37. Maj -General 1846. Colonel 95th 1853. Lt. General 1854. 
General 1860. Died at Dover, Eng., 1868. 

26 For Upper and Lower Canada, respectively. 

27 Cancelled 29 June, 12. 

28 Resigned 3 Jan., 1812. 

29 See also Engineer Department. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

1 Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B. 

2 A. D. C. Captain John Baskervyle Glegg, 49th. 

33 Prov. A. D. C. Lt.-Col. Honble John Macdonell, U. C. 

Militia, 15 Apr., 12. 

34 Prov. A. D. C. Major James Givins, U.C. Militia, 14 Aug., 12. 

3 Major-General Sir Roger H. Sheaffe, Bart., 49th, 25 June, 12. 

4 A. D. C. Captain Robert Roberts Loring, 104th, 29 Oct., 12. 

5 Prov. A. D. C. Lt.-Col. Nathaniel Coffin, 26 Oct., 12. 

6 Major-General Francis Baron de Rottenburg, Roll s Regt., 
May 10. 

A. D. C. Captain Thos. Crosse, 8th, 25 Apr., 12. 
A. D. C. Lieut. John Lang, 19th L. D., 12 Aug., 14. 

7 Lieut. -General Sir Gordon Drurnmond, 3 Nov., 13. 

8 Mil. Secretary Captain Colley Lucas L. Foster, h.p. 25 
Dec., 13. 

8 A. D. C. Captain Colley Lucas L. Foster, h.p. 

9 A. D. C. Capt. Wm. Jervoise, 57th. 



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4 A. D. C. Capt. R. R. Loring, 104th, 25 Dec., 13. 
10 Extra A. D. C. Lieut, W. Nesfield, 89th, 25 July, 14. 
35 Prov. A. D. C. Lt.-Col. C. A. Hagerman, U. C. Militia, 13 
Dec., 13. 

11 Major-General G. Glasgow, R. A., 1 July, 12. 

h A. D. C. Lieut. A. L. T. Collins, R. A., 30 June, 13. 
A. D. C. Lieut. E. Glasgow, 49th, 11 Oct., 14. 

13 Major-General Richard Stovin, 17th, 8 May, 13. 
" A. D. C. Capt. S. B. Torrens, 1st, 9 May, 13. 
A. D. C. Lieut. Alex. Jones, 6th, 15 Aug., 14. 

15 Brigadier-General Duncan Darrock, 36th. 

16 A. D. C. Lieut. George G. Palmer, R. A. 
M 17 A. D. C. Capt. G. S. Cotter, 69th. 

18 Major-General Sir Phineas Riall, K. C. H. 
19 A. D. C. Capt. J. H. Holland, 69th. 

20 Brigadier-General John Vincent, 49th, 8 Feb., 13. 
21 A. D. C. Lieut. Thos. Barnard, 41st, 17 July, 13. 
A. D. C. Lieut, G. T. Colornb, 96th, 15 July, 14. 

22 Brigadier-General Henry Procter, 41st, 8 Feb., 13. 

23 A. D. C. Lieut. Allan H. McLean, 41st, 25 Aug., 13. 
A. D. C. Capt, John Procter, 43rd, 26 Sept., 14. 

24 Major-General Abraham Louis Chas. De Watteville. 

25 A. D. C. Lieut. Rodolphe Steiger, Watteville s, 29 July, 13. 
A. D. C. Lieut. Albert Steiger, Watteville s, 17 Oct., 13. 

26 Major-General Henry Conran, 1st, 25 Mar., 14. 

A. D. C. Capt, John Lee, 1st, 25 Mar., 14. 
21 A. D. C. Lieut. Thos. Barnard, 41st, 15 July, 14. 
Extra A. D. C. Lieut. G. T. Colomb, 96th, 14 July, 14. 

27 Major-General Sir James Kemp, G. C. B., 60th, 8 Aug., 14. 
M 28 A. D. C. Lieut, Honble Charles Gore, 43rd, 8 Aug., 14. 

29 Major-General Sir Fred. Philipse Robinson, G. C. B., 8 Aug., 14. 
30 A. D. C. Ensign Fred. P. Robinson, Jr., 59th, 8 Aug., 14. 

31 Major-General Sir Thos. Makdougall Brisbane, G.C.B., 8 Aug.,14. 

A. D. C. Capt. William Hay, 47th, 8 Aug., 14. 

32 Major-General Manley Power, 8 Aug., 14. 

A. D. C. Lieut. T. G. Peacocke, 55th, 8 Aug., 14. 



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COLONELS ON THE STAFF. 

Colonel Archibald Stewart, 1st, 25 June, 13. 

Colonel Robert Young, 8th, 25 June, 13. 
37 Colonel Joseph W. Morrison, 89th. 

Colonel John Cameron, 9th. 
36 Colonel Lewis Grant, 70th. 



1 Ensign 8th 2 Mar., 1785. Capt. 49th 15 June, 91. Served in Holland under 
Sir R. Abercrombie ; wounded at Egmont Zee. Was at Copenhagen, &c. Presi 
dent administering Civil Government, U. C., 1811-12. Commanded expedition 
to Detroit; Gold Medal. Commanded at Queenston, where he was killed, 13 Oct., 
12. Gazetted, 6 Feb., 13, a K.C.B. for his services at Detroit. 

2 Present at Detroit (despatches), Gold Medal and Bvt. -Major 8 Oct., 12. Also 
at Queenston, Fort Erie (despatches), and Lundy s Lane (despatches). Appointed 
A.A.G. 14 July, 14. Maj. 49th 9 Mar., 20. Bvt. Lt. -Colonel 27 May, 25. Diedin 
Cheshire, Eng., 28 Apr., 1861. 

3 Born at Boston, U.S., 15 July, 1763; 3rd son of Wm. Sheaffe, Depty Comp 
troller of Customs. Married Margaret, daughter of John Coffin of Quebec. Had 
served in Canada, 1797, as a Capt. 5th Foot. Took command at Queenston after 
Brock s death, defeating the Americans. Created a Baronet for his services 1 
Dec., 12. Died at Edinburgh 1851. See also Civil Administration. 

4 Lieut. 49th 3 Sept., 06. Lieut. N.B.F (104th) 26 June, 12. Present at Queen 
ston, also Lundy s Lane (prisoner). Bvt. -Major 25 July, 14. Capt. 76th 9 Dec., 19. 

5 Brother-in-law of Sheaffe. Ensign 40th 21 Mar., 1783. Went on h.p. from 
15th, 1783. Appt d. Prov. A.D.C. with local rank of Lt. -Colonel. Present at 
Queenston (despatches). Became Adj. -General U.C. Militia 25 Mar., 15. Died 
at Toronto, 1846. 

6 Major Hompesch s Hussars, 1795. Lt. -Colonel 60th, 1797. His "Exercises 
for Riflemen and Light Infantry" were adopted by the British Army. Com 
manded Light Infantry at attack on Walcheren Island, 1809, and at siege of 
Flushing. Maj. -General July, 1810. Took command of Montreal District 6 July, 
12, and of Upper Canada, 1813, and was in command of Left Division 1814-15. 
Lt. -General 1819. Died at Portsmouth, 24 Apr., 32. His son, Colonel George 
Baron de Rottenburg, C.B., was Adj. -General U.C. Militia 1855-58. See also 
Civil Administration. 

7 Son of Colin Drummond, Deputy Paymr. -General ; born at Quebec, 1771. 
Ensign 1st 1789. Lieut. 1791. Capt. 1792. Major 1794. Lt. -Colonel 8th 22 Apr., 
94. Colonel 1 Jan., 98. Served in Holland, Minorca, Egypt 1801. Major- 
General 1805. Lt. -General 4 June, 11. Commanded at Oswego, Lundy s Lane 
(severely wounded). K.C.B. 1815; G.C.B. 1817. Colonel 71st Jan., 24. General 
27 May, 25. Died in London 1854. See also Civil Administration. 

8 Appointed Mil. Sec ry from A.D.C. Capt. 96th 4 Aug., 04. Went to h.p. 
from Capt. 6th West India, 25 June, 14. Bvt. Lt. -Colonel 10 June, 15. Appt d 
D.A.G., U.C. Militia, which see. 

9 See Army Staff, Adj. -General s Dept. 

10 See Army Staff, Qr.-Mr.-General s Dept. 

11 Entered R.A. as 2nd Lieut. 1774. Lt.-Col. 1801. Maj. -General 1811. Lt.- 
General 1819. Died at Charlton, Eng., 1820. 



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12 Entered B.A. as 2nd Lieut. 1 July, 06. Died at Plymouth, Dec., 20. 

13 Ensign 17th 1780. Capt. 1788. Lt. -Colonel 1798. Maj. -General 4 June, 11. 
Commanded Montreal Dist. Present at Fort Erie sortie (despatches). 

u Killed at Fort Erie assault. 

15 In command of Quebec Dist. as Brig. -General, 8 Oct., 12. Brig. -General 
Upper Canada 8 Feb., 13. Maj. -General 4 June, 13. Transferred to Halifax 22 
Oct., 13. Lt.-General 27 May, 25. 

16 To Halifax 22 Oct., 13. 

17 Second son of Rev. Geo. Sackville Cotter. Was at Waterloo. Went on h.p. 
1 Dec., 16. Settled in Canada. Colonel 5th North York Militia 24 Jan., 33. Died 
9 Apr., 69. Capt. Cotter s experiences at Waterloo are described in Butler s 
"Historical Events Connected with the 69th Eegiment." Mr. J. B. Cotter, Crown 
Attorney, Simcoe County, is his son. 

18 Captain 92nd 1794. Major 128th 1794. Went to h.p. 1797. Major 15th 1804. 
Bvt. Lt. -Colonel 1 Jan., 06. Was at Martinique and Guadaloupe, Gold Medal, 
one clasp. Lt. -Colonel 69th 1811. Maj. -General 4 June, 13. Present at 
Chippawa, Lundy s Lane (despatches), prisoner and wounded. K.C.H. 1831. 
General 1841. Died at Paris 10 Nov., 50. 

19 Vacated appointment 25 July, 14. Present at Black Bock (despatches), 
Chippawa (despatches), wounded, Lundy s Lane (despatches) wounded. 

20 Ensign 66th 1781. Capt. 49th 1786. Major 1795. Lt.-Colonel 3 June, 11. 
Brig. -General (local) 8 Feb., 13. Maj. -Gen. 4 June, 13. Lt.-General 27 May, 25. 
Had served in the West Indies, the Helder, Copenhagen. Commanded at King 
ston Nov. 12 ; at Montreal 22 June, 14. Eeturned to Europe on sick leave 18 
July, 14. Died at London 1848. 

21 Present at Detroit, Medal and clasp. Was afterwards a Captain in 71st. 

22 Capt. 43rd 30 Nov., 1792. Major 1795. Lt.-Colonel 41st 9 Oct., 1800. Col 
onel 25 July, 10. Present at Detroit. Commanded at Frenchtown. Brig.- 
General (local) 8 Feb., 13. Maj. -General 4 June, 13. Commanded the Western 
District. Present at Sandusky, Moraviantown. Court-martialled for his retreat. 
Suspended from rank and pay for sixmonths. Died at Bath, Eng., in 1822, aged 59. 

23 Son of Donald McLean, Clerk Leg. Assembly, U.C., who was killed at York 
27 Apr., 13. Acting Brigade-Major at capture of Detroit, Medal with clasp. 
Present at Frenchtown (despatches), Moraviantown. Vacated appointment 26 
Sept., 14. Served as a Capt. in Burmese War of 1825. Eeturned to Canada and 
lived in Scarboro Township. Was Colonel 3rd East York Eeg t. 19 Jan., 36. 

24 Lt.-Colonel 1 May, 01. Colonel 7 May, 12. Maj. -General 4 June, 13. Went 
on h.p. 24 Oct., 16. Was at Maida, Gold Medal. One of his grandsons is Surgeon- 
Capt. W. de Watte ville, Queen s Own Cameron Highlanders. 

25 Married a daughter of Col. Deschambault, Q.M.G., L.C. 

26 Ensign 49th 4 Oct., 80. Capt. 52nd, 1791. Lt.-Colonel 1st, 1807. Colonel 
98th 1824. Lt.-General, 1825. Served in India against Tippoo Sahib, siege of 
Pondicherry. To command of Brigade (6th and 82nd) in U.C., 11 June, 14. 
Lieut. -Governor of Jamaica 1816. Died at Epping, 17 July, 29, aged 62. 

27 Ensign 101st 1783. Capt. 113th from h.p. 1784. Served in Holland. Bvt. 
Lt.-Colonel 1799. A.D.C. and Mil. Secr y to Sir E. Abercrombie in Egypt. 
Major 66th 1803. Lt.-Colonel 81st 1803. Served in the Mediterranean under Sir 
J. Craig. Present at Maida, Gold Medal. Q.M.G. North America 1807. A.D.C. 
to the King 1809. Maj. -General (local) 1811. Present at Badajoz, Vittoria, 
Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse, Gold Cross and three clasps. Served i luring 



12 THE ARMY STAFF. 



1312-15. Colonel 60th 4 Nov., 13. Present at Waterloo, Medal. G.C.B. 1815. 
G.G.H. 1816. Colonel 3rd West India 1818. Colonel 81st 1819. Governor Nova 
Scotia 1820. Lieut. -General 1825. Governor- General Canada and Privy 
Councillor 1828. Colonel 40th 1829. Master-General Ordnance 1830. General 
1841. Colonel-in-Chief 1st 1846. Died in London, 1854. 

28 Cornet 16th Dragoons, 21 Oct., 08. Ensign 6th, June, 09, exchanged into 
43rd, serving in the Peninsula as A.D.C. to Kempt. Present at Cuidad Rodrigo, 
Badajoz, Salamanca, Pyrenees, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse, Medal 
with nine clasps. Came with Kempt to Canada, and returned with him to be 
present at Quatre Bras and Waterloo (four horses shot under him), Medal. 
Served in Canada during 1837-38. K.H. 1838. Maj. -General 1846. Married 
Sarah, dau. of Honble James Fraser, of Nova Scotia. 

29 Son of Col. Beverley Robinson (King s New Brunswick Reg t.) Ensign Loyal 
Americans Aug., 1778. Ensign 17th 11 Sept., 78. Lieut. 60th 1 Sept., 79. Lieut. 
38th Nov., 80. Capt. 1784. Major 127th 1794. Served throughout American 
War ; was also at Martinique, St. Lucia and Guadaloupe. Commanded a Brigade 
in the Peninsula, being present at Vittoria, St. Sebastian, Nive, Medal and two 
clasps. Commanded a Brigade at Plattsburg. Was administrator U.C. 1815. 
K.C.I3. 1815. Lt. -General 1825. G.C.B. 1838. General 1840. Died at Brighton, 
Eng., 1 Jan., 52. 

30 Son of above. 

31 Lieut. 38th July, 1791. Major 53rd Aug., 95. Lt.-Col. Apr., 1800. Went 
on h.p. as Lt. -Colonel York Rangers, 1805. Was present at Vittoria, Pyrenees, 
Nivelle, Orthes, Toulouse; Gold Medal. Maj. -General 4 June, 13. Commanded 
at Plattsburg. K.C.B. 1815. Lt.-General 27 May, 25. Colonel 34th 16 Dec., 26. 
K.G.C.H. 1831. Created a Baronet 1836. G.C.B. 1837. General 23 Nov., 41. 
Died 1860. 

32 Lt. -Colonel 32nd June, 1805. Maj. -General 4 June, 13. K.C.B. 1815. Lt.- 
General May, 25. Commanded a Portuguese Brigade in the Peninsula ; present 
at Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, Orthes, Toulouse ; Gold Cross with one clasp. 
Present at Plattsburg. Died 8 July, 1826, at Berne, Switzerland. 

33 Attorney-General for Upper Canada at time of his death. Son of Lt.-Col. 
Alex. Macdonell, 1st Glengarry Militia. Present at Detroit (despatches), Gold 
Medal. Died 14 Oct., 1812. from wounds received at Queenston. Is buried with 
his chief, Sir Isaac Brock, on Queenston Heights. "Attorney-General Lt.-Col. 
Maodonell, whose zealous co-operation with Sir Isaac Brock will reflect lasting 
honor on his memory," G.O. 10 Mar., 13. 

34 Ensign Queen s Rangers, 1791. Capt. 5th 19 Nov., 1803. Indian Agent at 
York. Present at Detroit (despatches). Appt d A.D.C. with rank of Major in 
the Militia. 

35 Had been Ensign 1st Lennox Militia. Served under Colonel Cartwright at 
Kingston, 1812-13. Present at Chrystler s Farm (despatches), Oswego (des 
patches), Lundy s Lane, Fort Erie sortie (despatches). Afterwards Attorney- 
General U.C., 23 Mar., 37. Judge 15 Feb., 40. Died May, 1847. 

36 Afterwards Sir Lewis Grant, K.C.H. Lt. -Colonel 70th 18 Feb., 04. Colonel 
4 June, 13. Maj. -General 12 Aug., 19. Lt.-General 10 Jan., 37. Colonel 96th 9 
Apr., 39. Served as a Lieut, in the 97th on the "Orion" against the French fleet 
23 June, 1795. 

37 Bvt.-Major 24 Sept., 1802. Major 89th 13 June, 05. Lt.-Col. 11 June, 11. 
Was commanding officer of the Forces at Chrystler s Farm. Gold Medal. Col 
onel 12 Aug., 19. Lt.-Coloncl 44th 19 Apr., 21. 



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MAJORS OF BRIGADE. 

1 Captain Thomas Evans, 8th, 4 June, 11 Jan., 13. 

2 Bvt. Lt.-Colonel Wm. Armstrong, N. S. F., 6 July, 12. 

3 Captain Abraham Paul, R. A., 20 Aug., 12. 

1 Bvt.-Major John B. Glegg, 49th, 1 Nov., 12. 
5 Captain Fred. G. Heriot, 49th. 

4 Captain S. B. Torrens, 1st, 25 Mar., 13. 

7 Captain Richard Leonard, 104th, 8 May, 13. 

8 Captain William Robinson, 8th, 9 May, 13. 

2 Captain John S. Sinclair, R. A., 11 June, 13. 

10 Captain P. Dennis, 104th, 18 June, 13. 

11 Captain F. Kirchberger, Watteville s, 28 June, 13. 

12 Captain G. T. Bourke, 100th, 21 July, 13. 
Bvt.-Major Henry Skelton, 19th L. I)., 22 Aug., 13. 

(; Captain John Hall, Can. Fencibles, 25 Aug., 13. 

9 Lieutenant Peter Grant, 1st, 3 Sept., 13. 
Lieutenant J. P. Hill, 8th, 3 Sept., 13. 

13 Captain James Dennis, 49th, 4 Oct., 13. 
11 Captain W. Gillman, 13th, 17 Nov., 13. 

Bvt.-Major Harry Powell, 76th, 5 June, 14. 
Captain T. D. Turner, 16th, 15 June, 14. 
Lieutenant Barry Fox, 1st. 
Captain Albert D Alton, 90th, 16 July, 14. 
4 Captain J. H. Holland, 69th, 25. 
Captain Charles Campbell, 94th, 8 Aug., 14. 

15 Major Robert Anwyll, 4th, 8. 

16 Captain James Campbell, 45th, 26 Oct.. 14. 
Lieutenant J. T. Connell, 1st, 7 Nov., 14. 

4 Lieutenant Allan H. MacLean, 41st. 

17 Captain Matthew C. Dixon, R. E., 12 Dec., 14. 
Bvt.-Major E. P. Sparrow, 61st. 

18 Captain John Maule, 104th. 



1 Ensign 38th Feb., 1794. Capt. 1803. C. B. 1815. Lt.-Colonel June, 25. 
Maj. -General 1838. Colonel 81st, July, 47. General 1855. Was at Capture of 
Demerara and Berbice 1796. Served in the Peninsula. Gold Medal for Sala 
manca ; Silver Medal with clasps Nivelle and Nive. Marched 2nd 8th from New 
Brunswick to Quebec. Served throughout war 1812-15, including Queenston. 
Mentioned in despatches ten times ; was wounded on four occasions. Married 
Miss Ogden, sister of Attorney- General Ogden. Died at Quebec 1863. 

2 See Governor Prevost s Staff. 

3 Died at Gibraltar 3 Oct., 14. Kane does not credit him with having served 



14 THE ARMY STAFF. 



in America. The Can. Military Institute possesses 3 MSS. Drill books, formerly 
the property of "Lieut. A. Paul, 4th Battln., R.A., Quebec, 6 Aug., 1802." 

4 See Army Staff, General Officers. 

5 Appointed prior to Oct., 1812 ; afterwards commanded Voltigeurs, which see. 

6 This appointment was cancelled 6 Nov., 13, to rejoin his Regt. See Inspect 
ing Field Officers. 

7 From D.A.A.G., which see. Resigned 26 June, 13. 

8 Capt. 8th 25 Apr., 05. Bvt. -Major 19 Dec., 13. Afterwards Lt.-Col. com 
manding Battln Incorporated Militia, U.C., which see. 

9 Afterwards Asst. Military Secretary. See Prevost s Staff. 

10 Relieved Capt. Sinclair, R.A. 

11 Appointed to the Left Division, U.C. See also Qr.-Mr. General s Dept. 

12 Appointed to Chambly. Was D.A.A.G. 15 June, 14. Colonel in U. C. 
Militia 10 Jan., 22. 

13 Afterwards Sir James Dennis, K.C.B. Served in Copenhagen campaign ; 
wounded in both hands. Present at Queenston, wounded (Bvt. -Major 28 Nov., 12), 
Fort George, Stoney Creek, twice wounded, Hoople s Creek. Commanded a 
Division at Maharajpore, 29 Dec., 43. Bronze Star and appointed K.C.B. for his 
services. 

14 Appointment cancelled 27 Nov., 13. 

15 Relieved Capt. Paul. Had served in the Peninsula, Gold Medal St. Sebas 
tian (assault and capture). Bvt. -Major June, 13. Died 1831. 

16 On the lines of communication. 

17 Bvt. -Maj. 12 Dec., 14. Became a Maj. -General in 1854. Died at Southampton 
in 1860. 

18 See Army Staff, Qr.-Mr. General s Dept. 



1 COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 

Commissary-General 2 William H. Robinson. 
Deputy Com. -General 3 Edward Couche. 
10 Peter Turquand. 

William Thompson (Accounts.) 
Frederick Drennan. 
4 Isaac W. Clarke. 



5 FIELD TRAIN DEPARTMENT. 

Commissary and Paymaster n Larratt Smith, 
Assistant Commissaries 12 James Gordon. 

6 John Walker. 

7 Leonard Marter. 



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FIELD TRAIN DEPARTMENT Continued. 

Assistant Commissaries 13 Thomas Hellier Sparks. 

8 Edward Jackson. 

8 David Boag. 

9 Richard Gil more. 



1 Commissary- General ranked as Brig. -General ; Deputy Com. -General as 
Major, and as Lt. -Colonel after 3 years service. 

2 Afterwards Sir W. H. Kobinson, K.C.H., and brother of General Sir F. P. 
Kobinson. Took charge 25 Oct., 1811. Died at Bath, 10 Feb., 38. 

3 At York, U.C., 7 May, 12. Believed from duty 5 Oct., 13. Keturned 18 Feb., 14. 

4 Asst. Com. -General 31 Mar., 12. Acting Deputy-Corn. -General 1 June, 13. 

5 Under the Master-General of Ordnance, afterwards the Military Stores 
Department. 

6 Disembarked 31 May, 13. Went to h.p. in 1816. 

7 Supernumerary 1 Jan., 13. Retired 31 Mar., 1817. 

8 Had been Clerk of Stores. Appointed Asst. Commissary 1 June, 14. 

9 Appointed 10 Jan., 14. 

10 Arrived from the West Indies and ordered to Kingston, 25 June, 13. 

11 Conductor of Stores, 1798. Clerk of Stores, 1800. Asst. Commissary 24 Oct., 
05. Commissary 1 Aug., 13. To h.p. 15 Oct., 17. 

12 Asst. Commissary 5 Feb., 08. To h.p. 17 Aug., 17. 

13 Served in the Peninsula. Medal with clasps Fuentes d Onor, Cuidad, 
Rodrigo, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees. 



ENGINEER DEPARTMENT. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Ralph Henry Bruyeres, R. E. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Philip Hughes, R. E. 

3 Captain Frederick Gordon, R. A., March, 1813. Isle-aux-Noix. 

4 Capt. John Gray, 5th S.E. Militia, March, 1813. Coteau-du-Lac. 

5 Captain Benjamin Marlow, R. E., March, 1813. Montreal Dist. 

6 Lieutenant Patrick Yule, R. E., March, 1813. Chambly. 

7 Lieutenant Edwin Cruttenden, R. A., 30 Oct., 13. Kingston. 

8 Lieutenant Richard C. Steele, R. M. A., Nov., 13. Isle-aux-Nois. 

9 Captain Samuel Rornilly, R. E., 13 Jan., 14. Montreal Dist. 

10 Lieutenant Thomas Lament, 49th, 16 Mar., 14. Montreal Dist. 

11 Lieutenant Newdigate Poyntz, R. N., 25 May, 14. Mackinac. 

12 Lt.Colonel Gustavus Nicholls, R. E. 

13 Lieutenant John Marsh, R. M. A. 

14 Lieutenant Charles Carver, 9th Foot, 4 Oct., 14. 



16 THE ARMY STAFF. 



ENGINEER DEPARTMENT Continued. 

14 Lieutenant John Griffin, 37th Foot, 4 Oct., 14. 

15 Bvt.-Major George Wright, R. E. 

GUN CARRIAGE ESTABLISHMENT. 

16 Major Jas. P. St. Glair, R. A. 

SLEIGH ESTABLISHMENT. 

17 Lieut. John Fennell, Royal Marines. 



1 Served in Holland 1793 and 1799. Lt. -Colonel 1806, commanding K.E. in 
North America. Colonel (local) 1 Mar., 1813. Died at Quebec 15 May, 14. 

2 Lieut. R.A. 1793. Served at Toulon, 1793-4 ; Corsica, 1794-7. Lt.-Colonel 
1812. Commanding R.E. in Upper Canada 13 Mar., 13. Transferred to Montreal 
Dist. 11 June, 13. Returned to England 17 Oct., 14. See also Qr.-Mr.-General s 
Department. 

3 See Qr.-Mr.-General s Department. 

4 See Lower Canadian Militia. 

5 Lieut. R.A. 1793. Capt. R.E. 1 Mar., 05. Served at Copenhagen 1807. 
Died at Cork 1818. 

7 Lieut. 29 July, 1804. Present at Oswego ; specially mentioned in G.O. for 
his ability and zeal. Died at Birkenhead, 1850. 

6 Lieut. 11 May, 1811. Capt. 25 Oct., 13. Maj. -General 1855. Died at 
Edinburgh 1873. 

8 Had served in Java against the Dutch, 1811. 

9 Served in Sicily, 1809-13 ; Canada, 1813-14. Died 1834. Married Amelia 
Ann, dau. of Judge Walker of Montreal. 

10 Appointed as Asst. Engineer. 

11 Midshipman, 1801. Was present at the attack on Copenhagen on board the 
"Prince of Wales." Lieut. 11 Sept., 07. Appointed to the naval establishment 
on the Lakes 18 Feb., 14. Commanded the "Netley," Aug. -Dec., 1814. Invalided 
home Jan., 1815. Promoted Commander 19 Sept., 15, for his services in Canada. 

12 Lieut. R.A. 1794. Lieut R.E. 1795. Commanding R.E. in Canada 17 Oct., 
14. Maj. -General 1837. Lt.-General 1846. General 1854. Died at Southamp 
ton Sept., 1860. 

13 Second Lieut. 2nd Battl n Marines (Artillery). Was Assistant Engineer. 
Killed at Fort Erie assault, 4 Sept., 14. 

14 Appointed Assistant Engineer. 

15 Served at St. Lucia 1803, Tobago 1803, America 1813-14, Ceylon 1818. Ordered 
to Nova Scotia 17 Oct., 14. Maj. -General 1837. Lt.-General 1846. General 1854. 
Died at Cheltenham 1856. 

16 From G.O., 1 March, 1815. 

17 Served on board the "Arethusa" 1805. Was at Capture of Curagoa 1807, land 
ing at Baigno 1809. Was 1st Lieut. 1st Battl n Marines. Served in Canada 1812- 
14; wounded. Was also Staff Adjutant Townships Militia 25 Feb., 14. 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Inspector of Hospitals 

1 Gabriel R. Redmond, h. p., 15 Sept., 12. 

2 John Wright, M. D., 10 June, 13. 

Deputy-Inspector s John Erley, M. D., 8 Aug., 14. 

Surgeons-in-Chief 4 William Stewart, late 100th, 26 Sept., 12. 

5 James Macaulay. 

6 Henry W. Grasett, 19 Aug., 14. 

Physicians Edward Keating, M. D. 

James Wright, M. D., 26 May, 14. 
7 Edward O Leary, M. D., 26 May, 14. 
16 George Alex. Morewood, M. D. 

Staff Surgeons 8 Alexander Thorn, late 41st, 29 July, 13. 

Thomas O Malley, late 64th, 23 Sept., 13. 
9 Michael Mabey, late Can. Fenc., 11 Nov., 13. 

18 J. Q. Short, 5 June, 14. 

William Gill, late 13th, 14 July, 14. 

10 William Caldwell, 8 Aug.. 14. 

11 Christopher Widmer. 

12 James Fisher. 

19 William Hackett, Nov., 14. 

Assistant Staff-Surgeon 20 Edward Doughty. 
Purveyor to the Forces 13 James White. 

Deputy Purveyors 14 H. W. O Reilly. 

15 Gavin M. Hamilton (acting), 1 Sept., 13. 

Charles Soare, 8 Aug., 14. 

Henry Cummins (acting), 19 Aug., 14. 
17 Matthew Palmer (acting), 25 Dec., 14. 

Apothecaries George Montgomery, 3 Nov., 12. 
J. Reid, 8 Aug., 14, 



1 Promoted vice Baillie, deceased. Arrived 22 Oct., 1812, and ordered to 
Montreal. Exchanged with Wright. 

2 Had been on the half-pay since 1795. Served in the Peninsula. 

3 Surgeon 42nd, 18 Apr., 1800. Served in the Peninsula. 

* Staff Surgeon Montreal District, 31 July, 12. Acting Deputy Inspector 19 
Aug., 14. 

5 Garrison Surgeon at Niagara, 1793. Ordered to Montreal 3 May, 13. Acting 
Deputy Inspector 29 July, 13, also 19 Aug., 14. Was one of the pioneers of York, 



18 THE ARMY STAFF. 

owning the Park lot between Yonge and University Sts., and extending from 
Queen to College. Died 1 Jan., 1822. His eldest son, John Simcoe, became a 
Captain, R.E., and Professor of Fortification, B.M.A., Woolwich. His second 
son, James Buchanan, served during the war as a Lieut, in the Glengarry L. 
Inf. ; in after life he was Chief Justice Common Pleas, U.C., 1849 ; Knight, 1859. 

6 With rank of Deputy-Inspector. Had been Surgeon 48th 1 Mar., 1797. 
Served in the Peninsula. Arrived in Canada 6 Nov., 13. Died at Toronto 1843. 
His son, George R., was Surgeon 2nd Incorporated Militia, 1839. His grandsons, 
Lt. -Colonel Henry and Surgeon Lt. -Colonel Fred. L. Grasett, are well-known 
Canadian officers. 

7 Asst. Surgeon 52nd, 15 Aug., 1805. 

8 Surgeon 41st, 30 Aug., 1799. Died at Perth, U.C., 1845. 
a Acting at Montreal. 

10 Had been Surgeon in Royal York Rangers and 13th L.D. Served in the 
Peninsula. 

11 Asst. Surgeon 14th Light Dragoons 15 Aug., 05. Surgeon 24 Oct., 11. Served 
in the Peninsula. Medal with clasps Talavera, Busaco, Fuentes d Onor, Sala 
manca, Vittoria. Member Leg. Council, U.C., 1843. Died 1859. 

12 Appointed to Montreal District, 29 June, 12. To Quebec Garrison, 3 May, 13. 
Retired 25 June, 15. 

13 Arrived 6 June, 13. At Montreal 1 Sept., 13. 
u Resigned 19 Aug., 1814. 

15 Ordered to York 22 Oct., 14 ; to Montreal 25 Dec., 14. 

16 Was at Corunna ; Medal with clasp. 

17 Was Purveyor s clerk ; appointed to York. 

18 Had been Surgeon 26th (Cameronians), 1809. 

19 Asst. Surgeon 53rd, 1806 ; Surgeon 8th, 1808. 
10 Surgeon 6th 60th, 1800-03. 



1 BARRACK DEPARTMENT. 

DEPUTY-BARRACKMASTER-GENERAL. 

2 Major George Thesiger, 10 Dec., 11. 

3 Lt.-Colonel William Armstrong (acting), 18 Aug., 12. 

4 Major Philip VanCortlandt, 20 Feb., 13. 

3 Lt.-Colonel Wm. Armstrong, Upper Canada, 3 July, 13. 

4 Major P. VanCortlandt, Lower Canada, 3 July, 13. 

ASSISTANT BARRACKMASTER-GENERAL. 

* Captain John Geo. Hierliegh, Royal Newfoundland Reg t. 



1 Placed under the Quartermaster-General ; G.O. 26 Nov br., 1813. 
1 From Nova Scotia Fencibles ; appointed vice McDonnell, resigned. 



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Vice Thesiger, deceased. See Prevost s Staff. 

Served as an Ensign, New Jersey Volunteers, 
Died 3 Oct., 33. 

5 Present at Chrystler s Farm, Medal. Office abolished 5 Aug., 1815. 



4 Served as an Ensign, New Jersey Volunteers, during American War of 1776- 
83. Died 3 Oct., 33. 



1 PAYMASTER-GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. 

DEPUTY-PAYMASTER-GENERAL. 

2 John Hale, Esquire. 

ASSISTANT DEPUTY-PAYMASTER-GENERAL. 

3 William Petrie Crawford, Upper Canada. 
James Jackson, Quebec District. 

* Robert Yarker, Montreal District. 



DEPUTY-JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

4 Edward Brabazon Brenton, Esquire, 25 June, 1799. 

5 Captain John S. Sinclair, R. A., acting, 22 Aug., 1812. 

7 Captain Patrick Corbett, 10th R. V., acting. 

8 Captain Courtney Ilbert, R. A., acting. 

* Andrew William Cochran, Esquire, acting Nov. 14. 



MILITARY POSTMASTER. 
10 Daniel Sutherland, Esquire, Montreal, 25 Aug., 12. 



1 Deputy-Paymaster-General ranked with Lt. -Colonel ; Assistant with Captain 
G.O. 4 May, 12. 

2 Son of Lt. -Colonel John Hale, com d g 47th at Quebec, 1759. Appointed to 
the Marines 2 Dec., 1776. Lieut. 2nd Queen s Royal 12 May, 79, then serving as 
Marines. Capt., h.p., 1793. Was Secretary to H.E.H. the Duke of Kent at 
Quebec and Halifax. Had been Colonel of Militia Battl n, Quebec Town, prior 
to 1812. Member Ex. Council, L.C., &c. Seignieur of Ste. Anne de la Perade. 
Died 1838. One of his sons, Edward, was Cornet in Bell s Cavalry Troop. 

3 Appointed 24 June, 14. 

4 Judge of Supreme Court, Newfoundland, 1835. See Prevost s Staff. 

5 See also Gun Carriage Establishment, as some doubt exists as to the identity 
of these two Sinclairs. 

6 Arrived 24 Sept., 12. 

7 See Garrisons. 



20 THE ARMY STAFF. 



8 Served at Helder, 1799. Capt. R.A. 1 Oct., 12. Died in France, 1816. Kane 
does not credit him with serving in Canada. 

See Pre vest s Staff. 

10 Was Postmaster of Montreal, also an officer of Militia. Deputy-Postmaster- 
General, B.N.A., 1819. 

CHAPLAINS. 

1 Reverend George Jenkins. 

2 Reverend Salter J. Mountain, acting, Quebec, 25 Dec., 11, 

3 Reverend Jehosophat Mountain, D. D., acting, Montreal, 25 
Dec., 11. 

4 Reverend R. G. Short, acting, Three Rivers, 25 Dec., 11. 
Reverend John Jackson, acting, William Henry (Sorel), Dec., 11. 

5 Reverend Richard Pollard, acting, Amherstburg, Dec., 11, 

6 Reverend Robert Addison, acting, Fort George, Dec., 11. 

7 Reverend John Strachan, acting, York, Dec., 11. 

8 Reverend Geo. O Kill Stuart, acting, Kingston, Dec., 11, 
Reverend W. D. Ballayn, Cornwall, 30 Nov., 13. 

9 Reverend Thomas Norris, Chambly, 15 June, 14. 
10 Reverend Jos. Langley Mills, 8 Aug., 14. 

Reverend John Mills. 
Reverend George Watson, B. A. 
Reverend John Hewyard. 



1 See Prevost s Staff. 

2 Had been Chaplain 1st Royal Canadian Volunteers, 1794-1802. Rector of 
Quebec. Acting Brigade Chaplain 25 Oct., 11. Exchanged with Mr. J. L. Mills, 
21 Aug., 14. 

5 This appointment cancelled 24 Dec., 14. Brother of Bishop Jacob Mountain, 
His son Robert served in the Peninsula, 75th Foot. 

4 Rector of Three Rivers. 

5 Rector of Sandwich. 

6 Rector of Niagara. Brigade Chaplain Centre Division, U.C. Died at Niagara, 
U.C., 6 Oct., 29, aged 74. 

7 Had a private school at Cornwall, 1807, where he was Rector. Rector of 
York, 1812. Mem. Leg. Council, U.C., 1818. First Anglican Bishop of Toronto,, 
1839. Died 1867. His son, James M., was Captain 68th Foot. 

8 Brigade Chaplain, 5 June, 13. 

9 To Drummond s Head-quarters 21 Aug., 14. 

10 Served in the Peninsula. Died at Quebec 13 Aug.* 22, See foot note 2, 



THE BRITISH ARMY 



CAVALRY. The 19th Light Dragoons, under Lt.-Col. the Honble 
J. B. R. O Neill, served in Canada from the 17th May, 1813, to the 
6th August, 1817, taking part at the capture of Fort Niagara by 
assault, the battles of Chippawa and Lundy s Lane ; it was granted 
the badge "Niagara" for its distinguished conduct ; the regiment was 
also represented at Plattsburg. This 19th was disbanded in England 
23rd August, 1821. 

ARTILLERY. Four companies of the Royal Artillery were in 
Canada on the outbreak of the war, Major-General George Glasgow 
being the officer commanding the R. A. in America. The regiment 
lived up to its motto, "Ubique," participating at Detroit, under Lieut. 
F. Trough ton 2 ; at Queenston, under Capt. W. Holcroft 3 ; Fort Erie, 
Nov. 12, under Lieut. C. King 4 ; at Frenchtown, under Lt. Trough ton 2 ; 
at Fort George, under Major W. Holcroft 3 ; at Black Rock, under 
Lieut. R. S Armstrong 5 ; at Chrystler s Farm, under Capt. H. G. 
Jackson 6 : at Fort Niagara, under Capt. Cyprian Bridge 7 ; at Fort 
Osweo-o under Capt. Edwin Cruttenden 8 ; at Lundy s Lane, under 
Capt. Jas. MacKonochie 9 ; and Fort Erie, 1814, under ^ Major 
Phillott 10 ; nor must Salmon River be omitted. Capt. Holcroft s com 
pany, now represented by No. 17, Eastern Division, R. A. 10 , was in 
1816 allowed to wear on its badges and appointments "Niagara/ in 
recognition of its gallantry and good conduct at the capture of Fort 
Niagara and during the whole of the subsequent campaign. 

""ENGINEERS. Lt.-Colonel Ralph Henry Bruyeres u was the officer 
commanding R. E. Amongst its few officers there were Capt. H. M. G. 
Vio-oureux l \ who was mentioned in Sheaffe s despatch for his services 
.at Queenston, Capt. Matthew Charles Dixon, who was present at 
Detroit (Gold Medal), mentioned in Brock s despatch ; was wounded 
at Sandusky ; was with Procter on his retreat to Moraviantown (pris 
oner of war) ; became a Major-General in 1854, dying at Southamp 
ton 6 years later. Lieut. W. M. Gossett 13 was at Oswego. Lieut. 
George Philpotts 14 was present at the assault on Fort Erie ; he served 
in Canada during 1837-39. Lieut. Graugreben 15 was at Ogdensburg. 

1 See General Officers, page 9. 

8 Present at Detroit (Gold Medal.) Bvt.-Major 28 Nov., 12. River Kaism. 
wounded ; mentioned in despatches. Died on passage from Canada, 2b Ju. 

3 Served in America, 1798, under Sir Eyre Coote ; in Holland, 1799 ; present at 



22 THE BRITISH ARMY. 

siege of Copenhagen, 1807 ; commanded his company at Queenston. Bvt. -Major.. 
Was at Fort George, Stoney Creek and Niagara, Dec., 13. Died at Severioaks* 
30 Jan., 58. 

* Died in Buffalo, N. Y., whilst a prisoner of war, from wounds received at Fort 
Erie, 22 Feb., 13. 

5 Afterwards Major- General, 16 Jan., 59. Died at Lucerne, 18 Jan., 65. Was 
in command of a gunboat at Prescott, 12 ; was present at Stoney Creek, Black 
Bock (despatches), Fort George, Fort Niagara ; also Medal with clasp Chrystler s 
Farm. 

6 Present at Chrystler s Farm (Gold Medal), Plattsburg. Was commanding 
K. A., Montreal District, during rebellion, 1837-38. Was at St. Eustache and St. 
Benoit. Lt. -Colonel 12 Aug., 40. 

7 Took part in the campaign, Niagara Frontier, 1813 ; wounded and mentioned 
in despatches. Lt. -Colonel 4 June, 36. 

8 Specially mentioned in G. O. for his ability and zeal. Served in Canada in 
1828. Lt.-Colonel, 1841. Died in 1850. 

9 Had been in the attack on Buenos Ayres, 1807. Died at Plymouth, Oct., 1815. 

10 Afterwards Major -General, 10 Jan., 37. Died in England, Mar., 39. C.B. 
Served in Flanders, 1793 ; Helder, 1799 ; capture of Martinique, despatches for 
Canada, where he served from 1811 to 1817, and 1820 to 1825. 

11 Served in Holland, 1793 and 1799. Died at Quebec, 15 May, 1814. 

12 Died in Newfoundland, 1830. 
18 Colonel 1854. Died 1856. 

14 Died in Bermuda, 1853, as a Colonel. 

15 F. de Graugreben was Captain, March, 1814, in the King s German Legion 
(Engineers). Reduced 2 April, 1817. Porter s History gives his name as 
"Gaugreben." 

INFANTRY. The 1st or Royal Scots Regiment. The first Bat 
talion came to Canada in August, 1812, leaving again in July, 1815. 
Lt.-Col. John Gordon, the commanding officer, who had been men 
tioned in despatches for Fort Niagara, was wounded at Chippawa , 
and mortally wounded at Fort Erie, dying on the 25th September, 
1814. A mural slab in Montreal testifies to his brother-officers high 
esteem for him as a man and their respect for his character as a sol 
dier. The regiment saw service at Sackett s Harbour, Fort Niagara 
(Grenadier Company), Black Rock, Buffalo, Longwood, Chippawa, 
Lundy s Lane, Fort Erie (both at the assault and the sortie), and also 
Cook s Mills. The fourth battalion did duty at Quebec from 26th 
June, 14, to July, 15 ; the left wing was wrecked on Anticosti, losing 
all its arms and baggage. The Royal Scots were granted the right 
to bear "Niagara" on its colours. 

The 3rd Regiment (the Buffs). Arrived in Canada from Bour- 
deaux, France, about 1st August, 1814. It formed part of Sir M. 



THE BRITISH ARMY. 



23 



Power s Brigade, the others being the 5th, 27th and 58th Regiments. 
It left Canada 4th June, 1815, having taken part in the attack on 

The 5th or Northumberland Regiment disembarked at Sorel 7th 
August, 1814. It served at Plattsburg, and was later stationed at 
LaPrairie and Coteau-du-Lac. In 1815 three companies were at 
Johnstown, the other seven being quartered along the banks of the 
St. Lawrence. It embarked for Europe 8th June, 1815. 

The 6th (First Warwickshire) embarked at Bourdeaux, arriving 
in Canada early in July, 1814; left Canada for Ostend in July the 
following year. With the 82nd, it formed General Brisbane s Brigade 
and took part in the sortie, Fort Erie. 

The 8th or King s was represented by its first battalion, which 
came to Canada from Nova Scotia by sea, arriving at Quebec 28th 
May 1810 It left Canada again in June, 1815. The second battalion 
marched on snowshoes from St. John s, N. B., to Quebec m March 
1814 these being six companies commanded by Major T. Evans ; 26V 
seamen for service on the lakes were also in the party ; it returned 
the same time as the first battalion, having taken part at Plattsl.urg. 
The first battalion was actively engaged at Ogdensburg, York <^/Ui 
April 1813), Sackett s Harbour (five companies under Major Lvans), 
Stoney Creek (under Major Ogilvie), Black Rock, Buffalo, Chippawa, 
Lundy s Lane and the assault and sortie at Fort Erie, 
permitted to bear "Niagara." 

The 9th (East Norfolk) arrived at Montreal from Bourdeaux, 
22nd August, 1814. In September it was stationed near Fort Wel 
lington (Prescott, U. C.); in October at Kingston, which station it left 
in June, 15, for England. Like the 88th, "Not one soldier of the 
Ninth forsook its colours." 

The 13th (First Somersetshire), under Lt.-Colonel William Wil 
liams arrived at Quebec from Port Royal, Martinique, 28th June, 
1813 returning to Portsmouth 15th July, 1815. It served entirely m 
Lower Canada, taking part at Plattsburg, Odelltown and LaC< 

The 16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment embarked in Ireland for Que 
bec, where it arrived 29th May, 1814, sailing for Portsmouth about 
the same date as the 13th. It was stationed at Quebec, Chambly, 
Montreal and Fort Wellington, the latter in October, 1814. 

The 27th (Inniskilling). The first and third battalions came trom 
Bourdeaux in August, 1814. Both were engaged in the expedition to 
Lake Champlain. The first battalion was sent to New Orleans after 
the battle to re-inforce the troops there. The third landed at Ostend 
15th July, 1815. , , -, 

The 37th (North Hampshire). The first battalion embarked at 



24 THE BRITISH ARMY. 



Pouliac for Canada in 1814 ; arrived 3rd August. It remained here 
until 1826. 

The 39th (Dorsetshire). Its first battalion arrived in Canada 
from the south of France in August, 1814. Served in expedition to 
Plattsburg ; landed at Ostend a month after Waterloo had been 
fought. 

The 41st (2nd Somersetshire). The first battalion came to Can 
ada from Ireland in 1800. Its services were at Detroit, Queenston, 
Miami, Frenchtown, Fort George, Stoney Creek, Fort Stephenson, 
Black Rock, Fort Niagara, Lundy s Lane, Fort Erie (assault). It has 
the honour of bearing "Niagara" on its colours. Its Lieut.-Colonels 
were Henry Procter, Evans and the Marquis of Tweeddale. 

The 49th (Hertfordshire). The first battalion embarked for 
Canada in 1803. Brock, Sheaffe and Vincent were its successive com 
manding officers. In 1812 it was engaged at Frenchman s Creek and 
Salmon River ; in 1813 at York, Fort George, Beaver Dam, Black Rock 
and Chrystler s Farm. 

The 57th (West Middlesex). Its first battalion arrived 3rd Aug 
ust, 1814, from the south of France. It was stationed in Upper 
Canada, returning home in August the following year. 

The 58th (Rutlandshire). Its first battalion embarked from the 
east coast of Spain, arriving at Quebec in July, 1814. Stationed at 
Montreal ; took part in the expedition to Plattsburg ; returned to 
Ghent, but too late for Waterloo. 

The 70th (Glasgow Lowland) arrived from Ireland 24th June, 
1814. Stationed in Upper Canada. It remained in Canada until 1828. 

The 76th came from south of France in August, 1814. Was 
employed in the expedition to Plattsburg. It served in Canada for 
the following thirteen years. 

The 82nd (Prince of Wales Volunteers) arrived 7th August, 1814, 
from the south of France. Fought at Fort Erie (assault), and in 
other engagements on the Niagara frontier. Left Canada for Ostend 
in June, 1815. 

The 88th (Connaught Rangers) disembarked at Quebec 3rd Aug 
ust, 1814, having sailed from France. Was at Plattsburg ; stationed 
on the banks of the Richelieu. Served eleven months, during which 
period not one man deserted. It returned to Spithead 10th June, 1815. 
With the 3rd Batt 27th, 39th and 76th it formed General Robinson s 
Brigade. 

The 89th. Its second battalion arrived at Quebec 7th August, 
1814. The Light Company of the first battalion took part at Long- 
wood and Black Rock. The regiment was also engaged at Lundy s 
Lane, Chrystler s Farm, Fort Erie (assault). Returned home after 



THE BRITISH ARMY. 25 

the peace ; disbanded 24th November, 1816. It is authorized to carry 
"Niagara" on its colours. 

The 90th (Perthshire Volunteers) came from Grenada 20th June, 
1814, and was sent to Montreal. After the declaration of peace it 
embarked in August for Ostend. Some of its companies were quar 
tered at Coteau-du-Lac. 

The 97th (Queen s Own) arrived at York, U. C., 10th September, 
1814, and proceeded to the Niagara frontier. It does not appear to 
have seen any fighting. In 1816 it was re-numbered the 96th, and as 
such was disbanded at Limerick, 10th December, 1818. 

The 100th (The Prince Regent s County of Dublin Regiment). 
This regiment was raised in 1805. With few exceptions, all the 
officers and men were Irish. A wing (11 officers and 260 N. C. 0. 
and men) were lost by shipwreck on the voyage to Quebec, 21st Octo 
ber, 1805. It was in the fighting line at Sackett s Harbour, Platts- 
burg, Chippawa, Black Rock, Fort Niagara (Grenadier Company), 
Fort Erie (assault). Acted as marines on the "Wolfe" and "Melville" 
on Lake Ontario. On the removal of the Rifle Brigade from the 
line in 1816 this 100th was re-numbered "the 99th." It had "Niagara" 
on its colours. The new 99th was disbanded at Chatham in 1818. 

The 101st (The Duke of York s Irish Regiment). Raised in 1806 ; 
disbanded in 1817, as the 100th. Served in Canada 1813-14. 

The 103rd* was raised in 1805. It fought at Sackett s Harbour, 
Plattsburg, Lundy s Lane and Fort Erie (assault). It was authorized 
to bear "Niagara" on its colours. Was disbanded at Chelrnsford, 24th 
October, 1817. 

The 104th (formerly New Brunswick Fencible Infantry) was 
raised by General M. Hunter, in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, in 
1803. It was taken into the line in 1810 as the 104th. Marched on 
snowshoes from St. John, N. B., in the winter of 1812-13, arriving at 
Quebec 15th March. It took part at Sackett s Harbour (where it lost 
one-third of its force in killed and wounded), Fort George, Lundy s 
Lane, Cape Vincent (14 May), and Fort Erie (assault), losing 56 oat 
of 80 engaged in the storming party. It was authorized to bear 
"Niagara" on its colours. Was disbanded at Montreal 24th May, 181 / . 

The Royal Newfoundland Regiment was raised in 1803 ; received 
title "Royal" in 1806. Employed as marines on Lakes Erie and On 
tario. Served at Detroit ; Fort Erie, 28 Nov., 12, and 17 Mar., 13 ; 
Frenchtown, Ogdensburg, York, Miami, Sackett s Harbour, Fort 
George, Lake Erie (Put-in-Bay) ; attack on Mackinac, 4th Aug., 1814, 

* A General Order, 22nd December, 1812, gave Colonel Scott authority to add 
two militia companies to the strength of the 103rd. A bounty of $17 was offered 
to recruits, the length of service to be for 18 months, restricted to Canada. 
Each company was to have at least two militia officers. 



26 THE BRITISH ARMY. 



and at the capture of the "Scorpion" and "Tigress." The regiment 
was reduced in 1816. 

The Canadian Fencible Infantry, whose first Colonel was T. Peters,, 
dates from July, 1803. Its light company was at Chateauguay ;. 
the regiment was also engaged at Plattsburg, Chrystler s Farm and 
La Colle. 

The Glengarry Light Infantry Fencibles was taken on the army 
establishment on 25th August, 1812. Its services include Salmon 
River, Ogdensburg, York, Fort George, Sackett s Harbour, Oswego 
(light company), Lundy s Lane, Fort Erie (assault and sortie), Lyon s 
Creek, Mackinac (August, 1814). Granted authority to wear 
"Niagara" on its colours. The Canadian Fencibles and Glengarry 
Light Infantry were disbanded in 1816, the first at Montreal, the 
second at Kingston. 

The Regiment de Meuron came to Canada from Malta in June,, 
1813. It formed one of the expedition to Plattsburg. Its uniform 
was red with blue facings. 

The Neuchatel Regiment of De Meuron was raised in 1781 for 
service under the Dutch East India Company. It served at the Cape 
of Good Hope and Ceylon, and against the British on the Coromandel 
Coast, two companies being taken prisoners at Trincomalee. It passed 
into the British service, the Company being unable to pay its troops ; 
was employed in India, taking part in the campaign against Tippoo 
and in the storming of Seringapatam. In 1807 it was quartered in 
England, afterwards joining the regiments of Roll and De Watteville 
in the Mediterranean. In 1813 it came to Canada. Like the De Watte 
ville Regiment, it was disbanded in 1816, after 15 years in the 
Dutch and 20 in the British service. It was the only Swiss Regiment 
that served in the four quarters of the globe. 

The Regiment de Watteville arrived at Quebec from Cadiz in 
May, 1813, and saw service at Oswego and at Fort Erie (assault and 
sortie). It wore red with black velvet facings. 

The Bernese Regiment of Erlach (Ernest), raised in 1671, was 
one of the Swiss regiments in the French service during the Revolu 
tion, 1789. It declined to march against Holland with the French 
army on the ground that it could not be legally called upon to fight 
against a Protestant nation. Louis XIV. allowed its objection. It 
was composed entirely of Protestants. In 1792 the regiment, then in 
garrison at Aix, was assailed by the revolutionary rnob and National 
Guards, being constrained to lay down its arms. The Government of 
Berne, indignant at this outrage, recalled the regiment from France. 
It remained a short time at Berne and entered the British service, 
under which flag it served 20 years, under the name of the "Regiment 
de Watteville," terminating an eventful and honourable career of a 



THE BRITISH ARMY. 27 



century and a half in the general disarmament that followed upon 
Waterloo.* 

The 10th Royal Veteran Battalion were at Mackinac, French- 
town and Miami. In connection with this corps there was a small 
body of "Mounted Veterans," under Lieut. Chettle, consisting, on the 
15th April, 1813, of 2 sergeants, 15 privates and 17 horses. 

The Royal Marines. The first and second battalion, together 
with the Marine Artillery, had been employed in the Chesapeake, U. S., 
but arrived at Halifax 13 Sept., 13, from which port the 2nd battalion, 
under Lt.-Col. Malcolm, with a portion of artillery, under Lieut. 
Anderson, sailed for Quebec on the 24th. In consequence of the defeat 
of Commodore Barclay on Lake Erie, the first battalion with the 
artillery, accompanied by the rocket detachment, was despatched 
from Halifax on the 9th "Oct. The first battalion was engaged at 
Chrystler s Farm, La Colle, Lieuts. Caldwell and Barton being men 
tioned in despatches; also at the attack on American gun-boats, 11 
May, 14. The second battalion was at Oswego, under Lt.-Col. Malcolm. 

The Flank Battalion, embodied by G. O. 30th June, 1812, under 
Colonel Young, was composed of the flank companies of the 8th, 100th, 
Royal Newfoundland, Canadian Fencibles, 49th and Royal Scots, 
with 2 light 6 pr., under an artillery subaltern. Major Plenderleath, 
49th, commanded the light, and Major De Haren, Can. Fenc., the 
grenadier companies. 

Two light battalions were formed under a G. O. of 12th April, 
1813, being composed of the right and left flank companies of the 
Lower Canadian Select Embodied Militia, incorporated with the light 
infantry of the line. Lt.-Cols. Geo. Macdonell, G. L. I. F., and Mac- 
Douall commanded the first, and Lt.-Col. Smelt, 103rd, the second 

* "Swiss Kegiments a 1 Etranger," by Lt.-Gen. F. H. Tyrrell, Royal United Ser 
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1 Colonel 11 June, 11. Died cirea March, 1812. 

2 Ensign 27th, 25 July, 1771 ; served on the continent ; Capt. 90th, 1794 ; Lt.- 
Col. 63rd, 14 March, 05 ; local Colonel 6 Sept., 12 ; commanded militia at Amherst- 
burg, Detroit (despatches), Gold Medal, Frenchtown (despatches), wounded six 
times ; Colonel 4 June, 13 ; Major-General 1819 ; C.B. 4 June, 15 ; K.C.H., 1835 ; 
died in 1836. 

9 Born in Jamaica ; Ensign 37th, 1792 ; served, on the continent ; Major 4th ; 
Lt.-Col. 100th, Mar., 05 ; local Colonel 6 Sept., 12 ; commanded attacks on Fort 
George (despatches), Fort Niagara (despatches), wounded ; Colonel 4 June, 13 ; 
C.B., became a Lt. -General ; died at Brighton, Eng., 21 Feb., 32. 

4 Served in Egypt, 1801, also in the Peninsula; Medal with clasp, Fuentes 
d Onor and Egypt. Lt.-General 1832 ; K.C.H. 1832 ; G.C.M.G. 10 May, 37. 

5 With right division of the army ; mentioned in despatches for Miami ; prisoner 
of war at Moraviantown. 

6 Had been in the 60th ; Colonel 25 July, 10 ; was in command at Fort Wel 
lington, Oct., 12 ; Major-General 4 June, 13. Died 1831. 

7 Lt.-Col. 30 May, 11 ; present at Chrystler s Farm, Oswego, Chippawa, 
Lundy s Lane (wounded), Fort Erie assault and sortie (wounded); was men 
tioned in despatches at all these engagements ; was in command at Fort Wel 
lington, Feb., 13; K.C.H. 1835 ; Lt.-General 23 Nov., 41 ; C.B. 1841 ; died 1847; 
his Gold Medal, with clasps for Albuhera and Chrystler s Farm, was depicted 
in "The King, His Navy and Army," 27 Feb., 1904. 

8 Eldest son of Sir Cecil Bisshopp, Bart, (afterwards Baron Zouche) ; Ensign 
1st Foot Guards ; served in Flanders and the continent ; Major 98th Foot ; com 
manded at Frenchman s Creek, Nov. 28, 1812 (despatches) ; mortally wounded at 
Black Rock, July llth, 1813 ; died July 16th ; buried at Lundy s Lane. 

10 Vice Warburton, to 41st. 

11 Vice Bisshopp, dec. ; died in 1814. 

12 Son of Sir James Cockburn, Bart. ; Capt. 60th, 1804 ; served in South Amer 
ica, 1807, Peninsula, 1809-10; Major Can. Fenc. 1811 ; Lt. -Colonel New Brunswick, 
1814; D.Q.M.G., Canada, 1817; Superintendent British Honduras, 1830-37; Lt.- 
Governor Bahamas 1837-38 ; Colonel 1837 ; Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 
Bahamas, 1840-44; Knight, 1841; Colonel 95th, 1853 ; Lieut. -General 1854; Gen 
eral 1860. Died at Dover, 1868, aged 87. 

13 Major 100th, 1805 ; Bvt.-Lt. -Colonel 1 Jan., 12 ; C.B. ; Maj. -General 28 June,38. 

14 Lieut. Loyal British Fencibles, 1794 ; served in 55th, Holland, 1794 ; Lieut. 
8th; Capt. 4 Sept., 05 ; raised Glengarry Light Infantry, Major, 6 Feb., 12 ; suc 
ceeded Col. Pearson in command at Fort Wellington, Feb., 13 ; appointed I.F.O., 
vice Cotton, dee. ; commanded attack on Ogdensburg (wounded) ; present at 
Chateauguay ; Gold Medal ; Bvt. Lt. -Colonel 24 Feb., 14 ; C.B. 5 Feb., 17 ; to h.p. 
4 Mar., 17. 

15 See Canadian Voltigeurs. 

16 Had been Ensign and Adjt. 98th in 1808 ; also Qr.-Mr. R.N.F., from which 
he resigned 1 Jan., 12; was app t d Adj. IstBatt., S.E.M., which see; was at 
Miami, Fort Stephenson, Moraviantown, and brought the account of Procter s 
retreat to headquarters ; his appointment as Staff Adjt. cancelled Jan., 14. 

17 Present at Sackett s Harbour, 29th May, 13 (wounded and prisoner), Oswego, 
Lundy s Lane (despatches), Chippawa (despatches, wounded). 

18 Present at Frenchman s Creek, Stoney Creek (horse killed). 

19 Eldest son of Lt.-Col. Louis Gugy, 3rd Batt., S.E.M. ; Ensign G.L.I., 25 Mar., 



30 INSPECTING FIELD OFFICERS AND STAFF ADJUTANTS 

12 ; Medal with clasp Chrystler s Farm ; Major Quebec Volunteer Cavalry, 29 
May, 28 ; Adjutant-General Militia, 1841, vice Vassal de Monviel; died 1876. 

21 Present at Chateauguay ; see Can. Voltigeurs. 

" "Having resigned his appointment of Staff Adjutant of Provincial Cavalry, 
he will join his corps at Quebec." G.O., Kingston, 8 Sept., 13. 

31 Present at Ogdensburg (despatches). Promoted Lieut. 8th, 1 Sept., 12 ; Capt. 
New Bruns. Fenc., 25 Mar., 13 ; to h.p. Feb., 16 ; his full name was George Wayn- 
ford Hawkins Ridge ; he died Feb., 1828. 

24 Commanded Newfoundlanders at Detroit (despatches) ; acted as Procter s 
A.D.C. ; was at Miami (despatches), Fort Stephenson, Moraviantown (despatches). 

25 Vacated appointment 19 Aug., 14. Lieut. Oct., 14 ; went on h.p. 1816. 

16 Vacated appointment 14 July, 14; Capt. 3rd, Jan., 16 ; went on h.p. 1817. 

27 Lieut. May, 13 ; in 1820 Army List is Adjutant. 

28 See Sleigh Establishment, page 16. Lieut. 7 Sept., 15 ; 2nd Lieut. Rifle 
Brigade 18 Nov., 19. 

29 Also Fort Adjutant at St. John s. 

30 See Army Staff, page 13. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF MILITIA. 

1 Major-General ^Eneas Shaw. 
-^ 2 Lt.-Colonel Colley Lyons Lucas Foster. 

DEPUTY ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

# 5 Lt.-Col. Nathaniel Coffin (Ensign, h. p., 14th), Prov. A. D. C., 
14 Jan., 13. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL. * 

*fc 8 Captain Archibald Macdonell (Cornwall Township). 
<& 3 Captain John Clark, Lt. 1st Lincoln Mil., 25 Jan., 13. 

# 7 Captain Patrick Corbett, Lt. 10th R. V., 29 July, 12. 

^ * Captain Stephen Jarvis (acting), 14 Mar., 13 24 Aug., 13. 
fc 8 Captain John Johnston, Lt. Can. Fenc., 30 July, 12. 



1 Ensign 30th, 1784. Had been Capt. Queen s Hangers, 1791. Colonel (local) 
10 Mar., 08. Brigade-Major, U.C., 1803; Major- General 4 June, 11 ; died 1815 ; 
one of his sons, Alexander, became Capt. 69th. 

1 Ensign 52nd 1799 ; Capt. 1804 ; to h.p. from 6th W.I. Bvt. Lt.-Col. 1815 ; 
Colonel 1837. Served in the Peninsula, 1808 ; Mil. Secretary to Governor of 
Jamaica, 1809; A.D.C. to General Drummond in Ireland, 1811. Succeeded Shaw 
as Adjt. -General Militia. Asst. Adjt. -General to the Forces in Canada, 1815, to 
his death at Kingston, U.C., in 1843. Mentioned in despatches for Fort Erie 
assault and sortie. 

s Afterwards Lt.-Col. 1st Lincoln Militia. 

4 During Capt. Johnston s absence. Born at Danbury, Conn., 1756. Deputy 
Sergt.-at-Arms, U.C., 1814. Had been Lieut. Queen s Rangers and South Caro 
lina Royalists, serving throughout the Revolutionary War ; prisoner, capture of 
York. Died at Toronto, 1840. 

5 Succeeded Foster as Adj. -Gen., who was moved to Lower Canada 25 Mar., 
15. Appt d Prov. A.D.C. to Sheaffe, with rank of Lt.-Col., 26 Oct., 12. 

8 Formerly Lieut. 1st Batt., 84th Regt. 

7 See Garrisons. 

8 See Army Staff. 

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL OF MILITIA. 

^V l Lt.-Colonel Robert Nichol, 2nd Norfolk. 

* Assistants to Adjutant-General to have rank of Captain. G.O. 19 March, 13. 



32 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 

DEPUTY QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. 
ft Major James Cummings, 3rd Lincoln. 

ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. * 

ft 2 Captain Francois Baby, 3 July, 12. Western Dist. 

10 Captain Ratchwell, 3 July, 12. Lake Settlement 

ft 3 Captain Ralfe Clench, 13 Mar., 13. Niagara. 

ft 4 Captain William Caldwell, Sr. 

ft 8 Lieut. William Jarvis, 19 Mar., 13. 

ft 9 Captain Archibald McLean, 3rd York. 

5 Captain William Gilkinson, 4 Mar., 13. Johnstown and Eastern 
Districts. 

ft G Captain Reuben Sherwood, 1st Leeds. 
ft Captain Donald Macdonell, 2nd Glengarry. 
ft Captain R. D. Fraser, 2nd Grenville, 25 Feb., 15. 

OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON SPECIAL SERVICE. 

ft 7 Major David Macgregor Rogers, 1st Northumberland. 
ft Major Elias Jones, 1st Northumberland. 
ft Major David Sheek, 1st Stormont. 
ft Captain Thomas Ward, 1st Durham. 
ft Captain Donald McAulay, 1st Stormont. 



1 Had been Lieut. Lincoln Artillery, 1803. Present at Detroit (despatches), 
Gold Medal; Frenchman s Creek (despatches), Fort Erie assault and sortie, 
Stoney Creek, Black Rock, 30 Dec., 13 (despatches). Presented with a Sword of 
Honour by Leg. Assembly, U.C. Accidentally killed, 1824. 

z From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. Present at Frenchtown ; Black 
Rock, 30 Dec., 13 (despatches) ; services dispensed with 24 Aug., 13. Taken 
prisoner Feb., 14. 

3 Removed by G.O. on 27 May, 13. Prisoner of war, Niagara, 27 May, 13 ; 
detained at Burlington, U.S. (Montreal Herald, 18 Dec., 13). Formerly Lieut. 
Butler s Rangers; present at Queenston (despatches). 

* See Indian Department ; also Western Rangers. Captain in Butler s Rangers, 
1777-84 ; commanded at German Flats, Warwasing and Sandusky (wounded). 

5 Resigned 24 Aug., 13. 

6 Thanked for services in recovering, in United States, property taken at 
Cornwall, Oct., 13. G.O. 13 Feb., 14. 

7 Son of Major James Rogers, King s Rangers ; Member of Assembly, 1799, for 
Prince Edward County ; also, 1808-16, for Northumberland. Died 18 July, 1824, 
in Haldimand Township, U.C., aged 53. 

8 From S. P. Jarvis s Papers, Toronto Public Library: "Lieut. W. Jarvis, 

* Assistants to Quartermaster-General to have rank of Captain. G.O. 19 Mar., 13. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 33 

A.Q.M.G., took charge of American prisoners to Kingston, 21 Aug., 14." Probably 
William Munson Jarvis, 3rd York. 

9 See Incorporated Militia, also 3rd York. 

10 From Baby Papers ; may be intended for "Caldwell, Ensign Thomas, on tka 
Q.M.G. Staff." 



DEPUTY PAYMASTER GENERAL. 

ft l Hon b le Alexander Macdonell (Collachie). 
ft Captain Robert Grant, acting 12 July, 13. 
ft Samuel Street, Esquire, acting Mar. Apr., 14. 

DISTRICT PAYMASTERS. 

ft 2 Home Dist. William Stanton.. 5 Aug., 12. 
ft 6 Home Dist. Andrew Mercer, 25 Oct., 12. 

East, and \ Stuart, resign d 6 Dec., 13. 

ft John. Dists.J Adiel Sherwood, 6 Dec., 13. 

ft Midland William Mitchell, resign d 25 Sept., 13. 

ft Midland Robert Richardson, 25 Sept., 13. 

London Daniel Ross, resign d 10 Dec., 13. 
ft 3 London John Rolph, 10 Dec., 13. 
ft 5 Western James Gordon. 

PAYMASTERS. 

ft Samuel Street 2nd, 3rd, 5th Lincoln ; Flank companies, 1st 

Oxford, 29 Oct., 12. See Deputy Pay-Gen. 

ft Thomas McCorinick 4th Lincoln, 2nd York, Kerby s Artillery 

and Robinson s Rifle Company, 29 Oct., 12 ; 
resigned 18 Jan., 13. 

ft Alexander Pringle Flank Companies Kent and Essex. 
4 John Symington 1st Lincoln, 12 July, 12. 



1 Had been Lieut. Butler s Eangers ; Colonel of Militia ; Member of Assembly ; 
Speaker Leg. Ass., U.C., 1805 ; afterwards M. Leg. Council. Prisoner of war, 
Niagara, 27 May, 13. After his removal to the United States, acting Paym.- 
Generals&were appointed. Died at Toronto, 1842. 

2 Entered Royal Navy in 1771. Served until 1786 in East and West Indies, 
Mediterranean, Siege of Gibraltar, coast of America during Revolutionary War ; 
a prisoner of war in Spain for 18 months ; from 1805 to 1828 in Lower Canada, 
Prov. Navy on the Lakes, also acting Private Secretary to H. R. H. the Duke of 
Kent during T. A. Coffin s absence ; under Paymaster-General s and Commis 
sariat Departments, &c. As Depty-Asst. -Com. -General, was stationed at Am- 
herstburg in 1828. 

5 Afterwards the Honourable John Rolph, the celebrated patriot of 1837-38. 

4 From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. Taken prisoner at Niagara and 
sent to Greenbush. 



34 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 

5 Lieut. 1st Essex ; also in Marine Department in command of gun-boats. 

6 Junior Clerk U.C. Council Office, 1804. Died at Toronto, 1871. His will was 
the subject of a well-knoAvn law suit. 



SURGEONS. 

1 James Muirhead Flank Companies and Sedentary Militia, 2 

July, 12. 

2 William Lee, Sr. Flank Companies 1st, 3rd York, 1st Durham 

and Button s Cavalry. 

3 Grant Powell Volunteer Incorporated Militia. 
Trueman Raymond at Gananoque. 

<5 Hermann M. Eberts Western District. 
Rufus C. Henderson, Fort Wellington. 
Timothy Johnson Flank Companies 1st Storrnont. 

6 Elnathan Hubbell 1st Flank Companies at Brock ville. 

ASSISTANT SURGEON. 

7 Anson Smith To the Militia Forces, 14 May, 13. 

HOSPITAL MATE. 

4 Cyrus Summer 3 May, 13. 
James Graham 21 June, 13. 



1 Lived at Newark (Niagara) 1792 ; was Surgeon-General of Militia, 1822 ; died 
24 March, 1834, aged 69. 

2 Canniff states that he had been Surgeon s Mate in 49th and 24th Foot ; Gentle 
man Usher of the Black Kod, U.C. Died at York, 1 July, 1833, aged 70. 

3 Son of William Dummer Powell, afterwards Chief Justice, U.C. Born 1799. 
Present at York, July, 1813. Clerk of the Assembly m 1813-16. Died in 1838, 
being then Clerk Legislative Council. See Incorporated Militia. 

4 Lived at 20-Mile Creek. Served on Brock s Expedition to Detroit. Appointed 
temporary Hospital Assistant on Niagara Frontier, 1812, and continued in service 
until 1815. Surgeon 4th Lincoln Militia, Jan., 1822. 

5 According to Canniff his name is Herbert Melchior von Eberts." Had been 
a Surgeon in a Hessian Reg t. during 1776-83. 

6 Lived at Brockville. Died about 1850. 

7 This may be "Hermanns Smith," who was M.P.P., Wentworth, in 1834. 



1 QUARTERMASTERS. 

Robert Innes Flank Companies, Western District. 
Daniel Secord 1st, 4th Lincoln, 4 companies of York. 
Oliver Everts 1st Flank Company and Prov. Cavalry atPrescott. 
Gilbert McMicking Flank Companies, Queenston to Fort Erie. 
John McKenzie Flank Companies, 1st and 2nd Glengarry. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 35 



QUARTERMASTERS ( Continued.) 

ft Benjamin Ewing 1st Northumberland. 
ft 3 Henry Metcalfe Flank Company Detroit Expedition. 
ft 2 Alexander Pringle 2nd Essex. 
3 James Mclntosh Kent. 

Francis Legh Walsh Norfolk. 
ft Nathaniel Bell (Dr.) Flank Companies 4th Lincoln. 

William McCartney Flank Companies 1st Oxford. 



1 Kegimental Quartermasters were authorized about September, 1814. 
3 From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. 
3 See 2nd Norfolk. Metcalf or Metcalfe. 



PROVOST MARSHAL. 
ft Cornet Amos McKenny Niagara Light Dragoons (acting). 

PROVOST OF PRISON. 
1 Abraham Unsworth Western District. 
BRIGADE CHAPLAIN. 

3 Rev. Robert Addison, Centre Division, U. C. (acting). 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

ft 4 Lieut.-Colonel Honble John Macdonnel, A.D.C., 15 Apr., 12. 

4 Lieut.-Colonel Nathaniel Coffin, Prov. A.D.C., 26 Oct., 12. 
ft 5 Lieut.-Colonel C. A. Hagerman. Prov. A.D.C., 13 Dec., 13. 

4 Major James Givins, Prov. A.D.C., 14 Aug., 12. 
ft 2 Capt. William Shaw, Kent Militia. 

ft Capt. Reuben Sherwood, CMpt.-Superintendent Guides, 23 Oct., 
13, between Coteau-du-Lac and Kingston. 

Capt. Z. Burnham, Captain of Guides on Lake Ontario. 



1 From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. See Non-commissioned Officers. 
Prisoner of war ; detained at Burlington, U.S. (Montreal Herald, 18 Dec., 13). 

2 Employed in training the Kent Militia "under an Act passed in Aug., 1812." 

3 Taken prisoner at Niagara and sent to Greenbush. The U.C. Legislature 
voted him 100 for his great care and attention to the wounded. 

4 See Army Staff, page 8. 

5 See Army Staff, page 9. 



36 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 

MILITIA COMMANDS. 

NAME. COMMAND. 

fe McLean, Col. the Hon b le Neil Flank companies at Cornwall. 
^ Fraser, Col. William 1st Grenville and flank Coy s at Prescott. 
fjf Fraser, Lt.-Col. the Honble Thos. 1st Dundas and flank com 
panies between Cornwall 
and Prescott. 

-& Stone, Col. Joel Flank companies and other Militia atGananoque. 
*fc Cartwright, Col. the Hon ble R. Flank companies in Midland 

District. 
$- Sherwood, Lt.-Col. Levius P. Incorporated Militia of Eastern 

and Johnstown Districts. 
^ Peters, Lt.-Col. John Militia in Newcastle Dist., including the 

flank companies. 

-& Rogers, Maj. David M. All embodied Militia in Newcastle Dist. 
<fr Allan, Major William Flank companies at York. 
ft Simons, Major Titus G. Flank companies 2nd York. 
ft Clark, Col. the Hon. Thos. Flank companies between Fort Erie 

and Queenston. 

ft Claus, Col. the Hon. William Flank companies between Queen 
ston and Niagara. 

Butler, Lt.-Col. Johnson Flank companies 1st and 4th Lincoln. 
ft Salmon, Major G. C. Detachments of 1st and 2nd Norfolk, 1st 

Middlesex and 1st Oxford. 
ft Tousley, Major Sykes Flank companies 1st Oxford and other 

Militia in London Dist. 
ft Talbot, Col. the Hon. Thos. Flank companies London District 

and all the embodied Militia. 
ft Baby, Col. the Hon. James Flank companies and other Militia 

in Western District. 

ft Reynolds, Major E. Flank companies 1st and 2nd Essex. 
ft Baby, Lt.-Col. Jean B. Flank companies 2nd Essex and other 

Militia. 
-fa Allan, Lt.-Col. James Flunk companies, &c., in garrison at 

Amherstburg. 

ft Burritt, Major Stephen-lst flank companies Dundas and Grenville. 
ft Bowen, Major Wm. Daniel Flank companies 1st Norfolk. 
ft Crawford, Major Lewis Michigan Fencibles and other Militia. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 37 

THE VOLUNTEER INCORPORATED MILITIA BATTALION. 

Engagements : Fort Niagara, 19th Dec., 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 
Siege of Fort Erie, Sept.-Oct., 14. 

Lt.-Colonel l William Robinson (Capt. 8th). 
ft 2 Allan McLean. 

3 J. B. Glew (Capt. 41st), 25 Jan., 15. 
Major ft 4 Titus G. Simons, 25 Mar., 13. 

Adjutant ft 16 Dennis Fitzgerald (Ensign 41st), 5 Mar., 14 
24 Mar., 15. 

Quartermaster 5 George Thrower, (Qr.-Mr. 41st). 
Paymaster 6 William Kemble, (Lieut. Glen. L. I.) 
Surgeon ft 7 Grant Powell. 
Captains ft 8 James Kerby (2nd Lincoln), 25 Mar., 13. 

ft 9 John Macdonell (1st Dundas). 

ft 10 Hamilton Walker (2nd Grenville). 

ft ll Thomas Fraser (1st Leeds). 

ft 12 Archibald George McLean (3rd York). 

ft n Daniel Washburn. 

ft ls John Kerr (2nd Grenville). 

ft 22 Abraham A. Rapelje (2nd Norfolk). 

14 Edward Walker. 

15 William Jarvie (3rd York). 
Lieutenants ll James Hamilton, 4 May, 13. 

ft 17 Daniel MacDougall. 

ft 18 Henry Ruttan (1st Northumberland). 

ft Duncan Macdonell (Kingston). 

ft 19 George Ryerson (1st Norfolk). 

ft 3 * Henry Burritt (2nd Grenville). 

ft Duncan Clark (1st Dundas). 

ft 20 Alexander Rose (1st Dundas). 

ft 2l Thomas Humberstone (3rd York). 

ft lt5 Dennis Fitzgerald, Adjutant. 

23 William Chisholm. 
Ensigns ft George Kerby, 4 May, 13. 

ft 24 John Lampman (2nd Norfolk), 26 Mar., 13. 
ft William Walter Simons. 

25 Andrew W. Warffe (Leeds). 
ft :]3 John Applegarth (2nd York). 

Henry Kilburn. 
ft John Fraser (1st Grenville). 



38 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

THE VOLUNTEER INCORP. MILITIA BATTALION Ensigns (Continued.) 

ft 26 Ziba M. Phillips. 
ft Charles Short, 
ft 27 Daniel Brooke (3rd York). 
ft 28 John Kilborn (1st Leeds). 
ft 29 Daniel K. Servos (1st Lincoln). 
;^ 30 John Campbell. 
31 John Macdonell. 
ft 32 Henry Rob bins. 



1 Captain 8th, 1805. Bvt.-Major 19 Dec., 13. Present at Lundy s Lane 
(wounded). Died at the Isle of Wight, 1827. "He was appointed to the command 

of the Incorporated Militia, and a more judicious selection could not have been 
made, not only on account of his military talents, but his invincible good temper 
and good humour, which endeared him to the men, and made them take a 
pleasure and a pride in obeying his orders and attending to his instructions. 
4 Some idea may be formed of his talents in this way, when I state that in the 
course of a very few months he rendered a body of raw lads, from the plough- 
tail, as efficient a corps as any in the field." (From Dr. Dunlop s Recollections 
of the American War). 

2 Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, 1812-16 ; Lieut. -Colonel 1st Frontenac 
Regiment. 

3 Served about 6 months with the battalion, but not in the field. Capt. Joseph 
Barry Glew, exchanged from the 4th Garrison Battalion to the 41st. Bvt.-Major 
10 June, 1815. Went on h.p. as Captain York Chasseurs, 23 Sept., 1819. 

4 From Dist. G.O. 14 July, 13 ; present at Lundy s Lane, Black Rock (des 
patches) ; see 2nd York. Died 20 Aug., 29. 

5 Present at Lundy s Lane, prisoner. Went on h.p. 25 Oct., 21. 

6 See Civil Administration, page 1. 

7 See Militia Surgeons, page 34. 

8 Born 1785 ; commanded company of Militia Artillery in 1812 (1st Co. 2nd 
Lincoln) ; present at Frenchman s Creek, 28 Nov., 12 (despatches); guided a 
storming party at assault of Fort Niagara, 19th Dec., 13 (despatches) ; commanded 
the battalion at Lundy s Lane after Lt.-Col. Robinson was disabled, and at siege 
of Fort Erie (despatches) ; presented with sword of honour by Assembly for the 
gallantry displayed by him at the capture of Fort Niagara, &c. Member of Leg 
islative Council. Honorary Colonel 18 June, 1823. Lt. -Colonel Queen s Niagara 
Fencibles in 1837. Died at Fort Erie, 20 June, 1854. 

9 Present at Lundy s Lane (left arm amputated). For previous services see 
1st Dundas. 

10 Present at Fort Erie assault (despatches) ; afterwards Judge Johnstown 
Dist. Died at Prescott, 8 Sept., 30. Lt. -Colonel 2nd Grenville about 1823. 

11 Present at Lundy s Lane (wounded). 

1J Present at Queenston (wounded), York, Lundy s Lane, prisoner ; afterwards 
Chief Justice, Upper Canada. For prior services see 3rd York and Q.M.G. Son 
of Colonel Neil McLean. 

13 For previous services see 2nd Grenville. Having commuted, his half -pay 
was cancelled, H.G.O. 22 June, 32. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 39 

14 Killed at siege of Fort Erie, Aug. 12th, 1814. 

15 For previous services see 3rd York. 

16 " rp be Adjutant 41st, Sgt. -Major Dennis Fitzgerald with rank of Ensign, 15 
July, 13." Living in 1854. 

17 Wounded at Lundy s Lane. 

18 Became Lt.-Col. 1st Northumberland 28 June, 25 ; severely wounded at 
Lundy s Lane. 

19 Wounded at Frenchman s Creek ; for previous services see 1st Norfolk. 

20 Accidentally wounded at Fort Wellington. 

21 See 3rd York for previous service. 

22 Major 2nd Norfolk, 1823. 

2S From Journals U.C. Leg. Assembly, 1816. 

24 Had been a Sgt. in Crook s Co y., 1st Lincoln ; Lieut. 2nd Norfolk. 

25 Present at Lundy s Lane, prisoner. 

26 Had been a Sgt. in Burritt s Co y., 2nd Grenville ; Sgt. Incorp. Batt l n., 25 
Dec., 12. 

27 From 25 March to 24 Nov., 13 (Ont. Crown Lands). Appointed Ensign 41st 
Foot ; resigned 30 Apr., 14. 

28 Present at Lundy s Lane, prisoner ; Lt.-Col. 1st Leeds, 1846. 

29 Guided a column at assault of Fort Niagara ; appointed Asst. Barrackmaster 
25 Jan., 14. Lt.-Col. 2nd Wentworth, 9 March, 47. 

30 Killed at Lundy s Lane. 

31 Son of Alexander McDonell, Lot 12, 6th Concession, Cornwall. Severely 
wounded at Lundy s Lane. Died at York 15 Aug., 14. 

32 A man with same name had been a private in Selby s Co y., 1st York. 

33 Was also in receipt of pay as a Commissariat Clerk ; see 2nd York. 

34 Major 2nd Grenville in 1823. 

CAMERON S INCORPORATED ARTILLERY COMPANY. 

Engagement : Fort George, 27th May, 13. 



3 Captain Alexander Cameron, 2 May, 13. 
3 Lieutenant John McKinney, 6 Apr., 13. 
2nd Lieutenants Seth Cook, 6 Apr., 13. 
ft l William Munson Jarvis. 



1 See 1st and 3rd York, Staff U.C. ; served in artillery from 25 Dec., 13, to 24 
Feb., 14; died at Hamilton, 25 June, 67 ; present at Queenston, Stoney Creek. 

2 Left the army when encamped at Burlington Heights, without leave, and 
never rejoined. 

3 Despatches for Queenston, Black Rock. A Barrister. 



40 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

TROOP OF PROVINCIAL ROYAL ARTILLERY DRIVERS.* 

(CAR BRIGADE OF PROVINCIAL ARTILLERY.) 

Engagement: Queenston, 13th Oct., 12. 

Captain -fa l Isaac Swayze. 
Lieutenants^ 2 Peter Mann Ball, Jr. 

^ 3 Charles Anderson. 

ft 8 Alexander David Askin. 

*fe 4 Robert Richardson. 
5 Richard Brown. 



1 Born in New Jersey, 1751. Member of Legislative Assembly for Lincoln for 
20 years. Had been pilot of the New York Army during American War, 1776-83. 
(U.C. Crown Lands). Present at Queenston (despatches) ; died near Niagara, 24 
Mar., 28, aged 77. 

2 In a petition to the Legislative Assembly in 1837 he described himself as 
"Second Lieutenant." 

3 Transferred to Waggon Department. 

4 Joined the last year of the war. 

5 From U.C. Crown Lands Records. 
15 Died before 1821. 



PROVINCIAL ARTIFICERS.! 

Lieutenant * l James Robertson. 



1 "This man had been plundered ; his buildings and farm destroyed. He was 
employed as Adjutant of Militia in 1813. He gave good information; was at 
Black Rock on llth July with Col. Bisshopp ; commanded afterwards the Com 
pany of Blacks, in which command he continued till the end of the war." Loyal 
and Patriotic Society s Report. 

*Authority for and establishment of this troop G.O. 3 March, 13. 
Attached to Engineer DepartmeDt. 



EASTERN DISTRICT 

IST REGIMENT OF GLENGARRY MILITIA. 

Engagements : Ogdensburg, 4th Oct., 12. 

Salmon River, 23rd Nov., 12. 
Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb., 13. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Alexander McMillan, 2 Jan., 09. 

Major Joseph Sutherland. 
4 Adjutant Lieutenant Donald Fraser. 

Quartermaster John McKenzie, 22 Feb., 13. 

Surgeon Noah Dickenson. 

FIRST FLANK COMPANY. 

-fr 2 Captain Duncan Macdonell (Greenfield), 2 Jan., 09. 
-& 3 Lieutenant Donald McDermid, 15 Apr., 12. 
^ Ensign John Kennedy, 20 Apr., 12. 

SECOND FLANK COMPANY. 

$- Captain John Hooke Campbell. 

<j- Lieutenant John Cameron, 15 Apr., 12. 

*fa Ensign James Macdonell, 22 Apr., 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains: John Corbet, 15 Apr., 12. 

William Corbet, 15 Apr., 12. 
Allan Macdonell. 
Alexander Rose. 
John McMillan. 
Murdoch McLean. 
Alexander Garlough. 
5 Alexander Macdonell, 17 Apr., 12. 

1 Had been a Lieut. Delancey s Keg t. Commanded flank companies 1st and 
2nd Glengarry. Was at Salmon River. 

* A land surveyor. Son of Lt.-Col. Alexander Macdonell, 2nd Glengarry. 
Died 1865. 

8 Wounded, Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb y, 1813. Pension list, 26 Oct., 16. 
4 Adjutant flank companies 1st and 2nd Glengarry. 

* Appointed Ensign Glen. Light Inf., 8 Oct., 12. 



42 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

EASTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Lieutenants : Donald McGillies, Capt. 22 Feb., 13. 
Murdoch McPherson, 22 Feb., 13. 
Alexander McGillies, 22 Feb., 13. 
Lewis Chisholm, 22 Feb., 13. 
Donald McPherson, 22 Feb., 13. 
Alexander Macdonell, 22 Feb., 13. 
Duncan McKenzie. 
Peter McDonell. 
Duncan Mclntyre, resigned 3 June, 12. 

Ensigns : William Urquhart, 22 Feb., 13. 

Donald Fraser, 22 Feb., 13. Lieut, before 25 Dec., 13. 
Jeremiah Snurr. 
Alexander McMillan. 
Ronald Gunn. 
Peter Ferguson. 
Duncan Murchison. 
John Curry. 

Donald Fraser (not a repetition of Adjutant Donald 
Fraser). 

2ND REGIMENT OF GLENGARRY MILITIA. 

Engagements : Hoople s Creek, 10th Nov., 13. 

1 Lt.-Colonels Alexander Macdonell (Greenfield). 

2 D. Macdonell. 

Major John Mclntyre, 16 Apr., 12. 
Adjutant Peter Mclntyre. 
Quartermasters Alexander Macdonell. 

John McLellan (? McKenzie). 
William Campbell, 15 July, 13. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ Captain Donald Macdonell (Greenfield), 15 Apr., 12. 

^ Lieutenant Angus Kennedy. 

<fe 7 Ensign Alexander Macdonell. Lt. 25 Jan., 14. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ Captain Alexander McKenzie, 20 Apr., 12. 
*fo Lieutenant Donald Me Martin, 25 Apr., 12. 
<f Ensign Duncan McMillan, 20 Apr., 12. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 43 

EASTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains: ^ 4 Alexander McMillan, 10 Apr., 12. 
3 Donald McKay, 17 Apr., 12. 
Lewis Grant,21 Apr., 12 ; returned 25 Mar.,13,"res." 
John J. Sutherland, 22 Apr., 12. 
William McLeocl, 23 Apr., 12. 
Donald McMillan, 25 Apr., 12. 
Donald McCallum. 
John Macdonell. 
Donald Macdonell. 
Alexander MacLeod, 18 Apr., 12 ; (returned 25 

Mar., 13, "resi/ ) 
Peter Mclntyre, 21 May, 14. 

Lieutenants: Angus Macdonell (A. Roy), Captain 15 Apr., 12. 
Allan Macdonuil. Capt. July, 13. 
Norman McLeod, 17 Apr., 12, Returned 

25-3-13, "res." 

Alexander Macdonell, 18 Apr., 12. 
Walter R. Sutherland, 20 Apr., 12. 
Duncan McDougald, 21 Apr., 12. Returned 

25-3-13, "res." 
Alexander Grant, 22 Apr., 12. Returned 25-3-13, 

"pro." 

Peter Cameron, 23 Apr., 12. 

Angus Kennedy ,24 Apr.,12. Returned 25-3-13,"pro." 
5 Angus Macdonell, 16 Apr., 12. 

Ensigns: Allan McMillan, 15 Apr., 12. 

Donald McDougall, 18 Apr., 12. 
Roderick McLeod, 21 Apr., 12. 

Ranald Macdonell, 22 Apr.,1 2. Returned 25-3-13,"pro." 

Alexander Macdonell, 23 Apr., 12. Lieut. July, 13. 

6 Alexander McMartin, 24 Apr., 12. Returned 25-3-13, 

"pro." 

Allen Macdonell, 25 Apr., 12. 
Donald McLeod, July, 13. 



1 Father of John Macdonell, Brock s A.D.C., and of Capts. Duncan, 1st, and 
Donald, 2nd Glen. Died 1819. 

1 From a petition to Governor Drummond in 1815. 

3 Died at Charlottenburg, 14 May, 13. (Montreal Herald). 

* Son of Lt.-Col. A. McMillan, 1st Glen. ; was at Ogdensburg. 



44 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



EASTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

6 Appt d Ensign Glen. Light Inf., 6 Feb., 12. 

6 Lt.-Col. 3rd Glengarry, 30 Dec., 46. 

7 Served two months as Captain. 

IST REGIMENT OF STORMONT MILITIA. 

Engagements : Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb., 13. 

Hoople s Creek, 10th Nov., 1813. 
Chrystler s Farm, llth Nov., 1813. 
Salmon River, 19th and 20th Feb y, 1814. 

fa l Lt.-Colonel Hon ble Neil McLean. 

2 Major Joseph Anderson. 
ft 3 Adjutant Arthur Burton. 

FLANK COMPANY. 
-fa Captain William Morgan. 
fa 4 Lieutenant Philip P. Empey. 
fa 5 Lieutenant Alexander McLean. 
fa Ensign Henry Stewart (Stuart ?). 

FLANK COMPANY. 

fa Captain Philip Empey. 
fa 6 Lieutenant John McLean. 
fa Lieutenant John VanKoughnet. 
fa Ensign Philip C. Empey. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains : 7 Angus Fraser, 2 Jan., 09. 

George Stewart (? Stuart), 2 Jan., 09. 
David Jaycox (?Jacocks), 3 Jan., 09. 
John Stewart, 5 Jan., 09. 
14 Albert French, 6 Apr., 09. 
-fa 13 David Sheek, 4 Apr., 10. 
8 Joshua Y. Cozens, 6 Apr., 10. 
8 John Macdonell. 
fa Donald McAulay. 

Lieutenants : 9 Peter Earner, 3 Jan., 09. 

Benjamin French, 6 Jan., 09. 

10 Donald Macdonell, 7 Jan., 09. 
Donald McAuly, 2 Apr., 10. 

7 Alexander Cameron. 
7 John Mclntosh. 

11 Philip VanKoughnet. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 45 



EASTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Ensigns : w Archibald Macdonell, 2 Jan., 09. 
Harry Stewart, 6 June, 09. 
Nathaniel Snetsinger, 2 Apr., 10. 
Guy C. Wood, 4 Apr., 10. 
George Morgan, 26 Nov., 13. 
Hugh McDerrnid. 



1 Had been Lieut. 84th ; went on h.p. 1784 ; Capt. 2nd Batt. R.C. Volunteers ; 
present at Chrystler s Farm. His 3 sons served as officers, John, Archibald 
Geo. and Alexander. Sheriff Eastern District. Leg. Councillor, C.W. 

I From Montreal Herald, April, 1812. Formerly Lieut. 1st Batt., Royal Regt. 
of New York. 

3 Formerly a Sergeant under Capt. Neil McLean, R.C.V. 

* Present at Ogdensburg, 22 Feb., 13 (wounded, despatches). 

5 Son of Lt.-Colonel Neil McLean. Appointed Ens. R. Newf. Reg t., 24 June, 
13. Present at Ogdensburg (wounded). Died at Cornwall, 1875. 

6 Son of Lt.-Colonel Neil McLean. Served as Captain 24 Dec., 1221 Jan., 13. 
Afterwards Sheriff Frontenac. 

7 From S. P. Jarvis Papers (Toronto Public Library). 

8 From Pension List, U.C. Gazette, 22 Mar., 38. 

9 From Pension List, U.C. Gazette, 1 Jan., 18. 

10 Died on service, 20 Mar., 13. Pension List. 

II Lt.-Colonel Cornwall Volunteers, Jan., 1838. Lt.-Colonel 5th Incorporated 
Battalion, 1839. 

12 Promoted Lieut, vice D. Macdonell, deceased. 

13 District Court Judge, 1814. 

14 Lt.-Colonel 1st Stormont, 1823. 

IST REGIMENT OF PRESCOTT MILITIA. 
Lt.-Col. Joseph Fortune. 

IST REGIMENT OF DUN DAS MILITIA. 

Engagements : Toussaint s Island, 16th Sept., 12. 
Prescott, 4th Oct., 12. 
Salmon River, 23rd Nov., 12. 
Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb y., 13. 



Embraced in Glengarry up to 1817. 



46 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



EASTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

1 Lt.-Colonel Hon ble Thomas Fraser, 15 Feb., 12. 
14 Major Henry Markle, 20 Feb., 12. 

Adjutant Daniel Meyers, 9 Dec., 12. 
Quartermaster Lieut. James MacDonell, 29 Jan., 13. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ w Captain Michael Ault, 27 Jan., 10. 

^ 9 Captain Richard D. Fraser, 25 Feb., 13. 

^ Lieutenant James Fraser, 7 Feb., 10. 

ft Lieutenant Jacob Dorm, 3 Feb., 10. 

ft 3 Ensign Duncan Clark, 2 Feb., 10. Lt. Incorp. Militia. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

2 Captain John Macdonell, 25 Dec., 12. 
ft 3 Lieutenant Alexander Rose, 31 Jan., 10. 

Ensign A. Macdonell. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 13 Captain George Merkley, 20 Feb., 12. 

ft Lieutenant Christopher Markle, 24 Feb.. 12. 

ft Ensign Jacob Merkley. 24 Feb., 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains : 6 Jacob Weigar, 29 Jan., 10. 
John Shaver, 30 Jan., 10. 
Michael Carman, 31 Jan., 10. 
11 John Munro, 21 Feb., 12. 

Henry Markle, 22 Feb., 12. 
ft 8 John Crysler, 28 Jan., 13. 
Jesse Wright. 
Jacob Van Allen, Sr., 1 Feb., 10. 



Lieutenants: 4 Adam Shaver, 29 Jan., 10. 

James Macdonell, 2 Feb., 10. Capt. 8 Dec., 13. 
Peter Shaver, 20 Feb., 12 
Zaphrirms Casselman, 22 Feb., 12. 
Paul Glasford, 25 Feb., 12. Capt. 12 Dec., 13. 
ft 10 William Loucks, 25 Feb., 12. 

Daniel Meyers, 12 July, 13. Adjt. 9 Dec., 12. 
Jacob J. Markle, 10 Dec., 13. 
David Robinson, 16 Dec., 13. 
5 Shaver. This may be Jacob N. See below. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 47 

EASTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Ensigns : John Weigar, 29 Jan., 10. Lieut. 8 July, 13. 
ft 12 John Doren, 28 Jan., 12. 

Michael Markle, 21 Feb., 12. 

Jacob VanAllen, Jr., 22 Feb., 12. 
ft l2 Jacob Coons (Kountz), 24 Feb., 12. Lieut. 9 Dec., 13. 

William Welch, 9 Dec., 12. Lieut. 15 July, 13. 

Jacob N. Shaver, 10 Dec., 12. Lieut. 13 Dec., 13. 
7 Zaphrinua Cassehoan, 9 July, 13. See Lieuts. 
ft 10 Luke De Penzier, 11 July, 13. 

James Macdonell, 13 July, 13. 

ft 10 Jacob H. Merkley, 14 July, 13. Lieut. 16 July, 13. 
ft Nicholas J. Shaver, 10 Dec., 13. 

John Ault, 14 Dec., 13. 

Andrew Snyder, 15 Dec., 13. 



1 Had been Capt. Loyal Rangers ; commanded militia at capture of Ogdens- 
burg (despatches). Died at Matilda, U.C., 18 Oct., 21. 

I Commanded flank Co y., 1st Dun., at Ogdensburg, 22 Feb., 13, wounded; 
became Capt. Inc. Mil. 

3 Became Lieuts. Inc. Militia. 

4 Came to Canada with Sir J. Johnson ; served in the Royal Regt. of New 
York until 1783 ; commanded a company of Duiidas Militia atToussaint s Island ; 
when, in conjunction with Capt. Ault s flank company, he contributed in defeat 
ing a determined enemy. Died at Matilda, U.C., 17 Sept., 38. 

5 Thanked in G.O., 13 Feb., 14, for services in recovering property taken from 
Cornwall in Oct., 13. 

6 Had been a Sergeant R.R.N.Y. 

7 Major 1st Dundas, 13 Jan., 47. 

8 Lieut. Dundas Militia, 1803. Medal and clasp, Chrystler s Farm. Colonel 
1st Dundas, April, 1837. 

9 Capt. Fraser s name is inserted here on the authority of a return in the 
Archives bearing date 24 Mar., 13, which gives the flank company as being then 
composed of "Capt. R. D. Fraser, Lieut. James Fraser and Ensign Duncan Clark. 
Fraser s name reappears in the 2nd Grenville. 

10 Had been Sgt. Capt. Merkley s Co y. 

II A part of Capt. Munro s Company was engaged in action near Toussaint s 
Island, in St. Lawrence, 16th Sept., 1812. 

12 Had been Privates in Capt. Ault s Co y. 

13 Colonel 2nd Dundas, April, 1837. Died 1866. 

14 Was at Salmon River. 

15 Was at Toussaint s. Died 1829. See foot note 4. 



JOHNSTOWN DISTRICT 



IST REGIMENT OF GRENVILLE^MILITIA. 

. i-cKYia 

^ blCV ~t 

Engagements : Toussaint s Island, 16th Sept., 12. 
Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb., 13. 

1 Colonel William Fraser. 
Lt.-Colonel 

Major Frederick Adams. 
Adjutant Captain William Fraser. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

4 Captain Hugh Munro. 

Lieutenant Andrew Adams. To Troop of Light Dragoons. 
Lieutenant John Fraser. 
Ensign Solomon Snyder. To Troop of Light Dragoons. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

4 Captain Philip Dulmage. 
Lieutenant Donald Fraser. 
Lieutenant John Lawrence. 
Ensign Samuel Dulmage. 
Ensign Peter Fraser. 

TROOP OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Captain Andrew Adams. 
Lieutenant Solomon Snyder. 
Cornet William Forester. 

TROOP OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Captain Herman Landon. 
Lieutenant Thomas D. Campbell 
Cornet Duncan Campbell. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains : 2 William Fraser. 

Joachim Denault, 24 Oct., 13. 

Lieutenants : Peter Fraser. 

James Froom, 4 June, 13. 
3 Thomas McCargar, 5 June, 13. 
John Weatherbee, 24 Oct., 13. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 49 



JOHNSTOWN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Ensigns : Daniel Fraser, 4 June, 13. 
John Adams, 24 Dec., 13. 
John Fraser. To Incorp. Militia. 



1 Had been Capt. Loyal Hangers ; present at Ogdensburg, (despatches). 
* Died on service, 17 May, 13. Pension List 24 Mar., 17. 
s Major 4th Grenville, 20 Sept., 48. 
4 Present at Toussaint s Island. 



2ND REGIMENT OF GRENVILLE MILITIA. 

Engagements : Prescott, 4th Oct., 12. 

Salmon River, 23rd Nov., 12. 
Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb., 13. 
Chrystler s Farm, llth Nov., 13. 

Lt.-Colonel 
5 Major Stephen Burritt. Lt.-Col. 5 June, 13. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

Captain Hamilton Walker. To Incorp. Militia. 

Lieutenant Duncan Macdonell. 

Ensign Ziba M. Phillips. To Incorp. Militia. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

Captain Daniel Burritt, 19 Feb., 12. 

Captain Hamilton Walker, 24 Feb., 12. To Incorp. Militia. 
Lieutenant Henry Burritt, 18 Feb., 12. To Incorp. Militia. 
2 Lieutenant Richard D. Fraser, 17 Feb., 12. Transferred to Troop. 
Ensign Thomas McCrea, 19 Feb., 12. 

1 Ensign John Kerr. To Incorp. Militia. 

4 TROOP OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

2 Captain Richard Duncan Fraser. 

3 Lieutenant Allan Grant. See also 1st Leeds bis. 
Lieutenant Peter Shaver. 

3 Cornet George Ault. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 



50 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

JOHNSTOWN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

1 Commanded a field piece at Ogdensburg, despatches. 

2 Commanded a 6 pr. gun at Toussaint s Island. His troop was at Salmon 
River. Appointed A.Q.M.G. 25 Feb., 15. Medal "Chrystler s Farm." Colonel 
17 Apr., 30. 

3 In a return, 28 Nov., 14, the ages are given as : Capt. Fraser, 29 yrs. ; Lt. 
Grant, with gunboats, 29 yrs.; Cornet Ault, 23 yrs., and Sgt.-Maj. Kular, 23. 
(Canadian Archives, M. 143). 

4 Was at Chrystler s Farm. 

5 Had been Sergeant King s Rangers ; Capt. Grenville Militia, 1803. 



IST REGIMENT OF LEEDS MILITIA. 

Engagements : Chrystler s Farm, 11th Nov., 13. Sherwood s Rifles. 
Brockville, 7th Feb., 13. 

Ogdensburg, 22nd Feb., 13. 



1 Lt.-Colonel James Breakenridge. 
Livius P. Sherwood. 
Major Bartholomew Carley. 
Adjutant 
Quartermaster 

FLANK COMPANY. 

fa s Captain John Stuart. 

4 Jonas Jones, from the Troop. 

Sylvester Wright. 
fa 5 Reuben Sherwood. 

fa Lieutenant Jonathan Fulford. 

6 Allan Grant. See also 2nd Grenville and Sher 
wood s Rifles. 

-fa John McLean. 

fa Ensign Abraham Dayton. 
fa John Hagerman. 

7 William Morris. 
fa Terence Smith. 

fa 8 Duncan Carley. 

TROOP OF DRAGOONS. 

fa 9 Captain Hon b le Charles Jones. 
fa 4 Lieutenant Jonas Jones, 22 June, 12. 
fa John Grant. 

fa 10 Cornet Henry Jones. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 51 

JOHNSTOWN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

RIFLE COMPANY. 

5 Captain Reuben Sherwood. 
ll Lieutenant Alexander Morris. 

4 Jonas Jones, to Troop of Dragoons, 22 June, 12. 

Ensign Allan Grant. See also 2nd Grenville. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Asa Landon, resigned 3 Feb., 13. 
12 A.diel Sherwood. 



1 Had been a Lieut., King s Rangers. 

2 Member of Assembly, 1813-19. 

3 Afterwards Sheriff Johnstown District. 

4 Brother of Hon. Charles Jones ; born 1791 ; died 21 Aug., 40. Was at Ogdens- 
burg (prisoner). Colonel Leeds Militia, 1822. Judge Queen s Bench, 1837. 

5 Lieut. Leeds Militia, 1803. Was at Ogdensburg and Chrystler s Farm ; 
medal and clasp. See also page 32. 

6 Served for a short time. 

7 Afterwards the Honourable William Morris. 

8 Served for a short time. 

9 Son of Ephraim Jones ; born 1781 ; died 8 July, 40. Member Leg. Council. 

10 Probably "Henry Jones," afterwards Postmaster at Brockville and M.P.P., 
1831. 

11 Was Adjutant Incorporated Militia, Eastern and Johnstown Districts. 
Resigned 3 Jan., 14. 

12 See Militia Paymasters. 



2ND REGIMENT OF LEEDS MILITIA. 
Engagements : Gananoque, 21st Sept., 12. 

1 Colonel Joel Stone, 1803. 
Lt.-Coloriel 

Major William Read. 

2 Adjutant Andrew Braddish. 
Quartermaster Eliada Parish. 
Surgeon George Brackenridge. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

Captain Ira Scholtield. 



52 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



JOHNSTOWN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Captain William Jones. 

<& 4 Benoni Wiltse ; promoted Major ; later Lt.-Colonel. 

fc Lieutenant John Struthers. 
^ 2 Andrew Braddish, 6 Aug., 12. Promoted Captain. 

John Rilsey, 6 Aug., 12. 
ft Ensign Nathan Hicock, 23 Mar., 10. 
ft Samuel Read, 20 Mar., 10. 

James Kilborn, 15 June, 10. 

RIFLE COMPANY. 

ft 3 Captain Benjamin R. Munsell, 13 June, 10. 
ft Lieutenant Levi Soper, 6 Aug., 12. 
ft Ensign Samuel Kelsey. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Joshua Adams, 6 Aug., 12. 
Duncan Livingstone. 
Joseph Benedict. 
5 Peter Brisee. 

Joseph Wiltse. 

Lieutenants William Read, promoted Major. 
Daniel Brown. 
Jeremiah Day. 
Nicholas Brisee. 
Carey Herskins. 
Ensigns Samuel Halladay. 
James Wiltse. 
Walter Davis. 
George Bates. 

1 Had been Captain Loyalists. Died at Gananoque, 20 Nov., 33, in his 84th year. 

2 See Barrackmasters. 

3 Died in Yonge Township, 9 March, 36. 

4 Had served in the Loyal Rangers. 

5 There was also a Sergeant Peter Bresee, who received a land grant. 



MIDLAND DISTRCT 



MILITIA OFFICERS DOING DUTY AT KINGSTON UNDER 
COLONEL THE HON B LE RICHARD CARTWRIGHT. 

(26 JUNE TO 24 DECEMBER, 1812.) 

Colonel Hon b le Richard Cartwright. 

Lt.-Colonel Allan McLean. 

Major 

Adjutant Daniel Washburn. 

Quartermaster Thomas Sparham. 

Asst. Surgeon Anson Smith. 

Paymaster William Mitchell. 



Captain Thomas Markland. 
Nicholas Hagerman. 
John Allen. 
Sheldon Hawley. 
Owen Richards. 
Matthew Clark. 
John Mclntosh. 

Lieutenant Patrick Smith. 
Reuben Bedell. 
Henry Davey. 
Donald Mclntosh. 
John Thompson. 



Ensign Robert Richardson. 

Benjamin C. Spencer. 
John C. Clark. 
William Blakeney. 
Hugh Fairman. 
Richard Howell. 
Charles Anderson. 



Captain Thomas Dorland. 

Christopher Fralick. 
Paul Trumpour. 
Elisha Phillips. 
William Robins. 
John Stinson. 
John Howell. 



Lieutenant 



Norris 



(Northumberl d.) 
Thomas Cook. 
Daniel Fraser. 
Henry Young. 
James Young. 
J. B. Chamberlain. 

Ensign Oliver Church. 

Christopher A. Hagerman 
Jehiel Hawley. 
Edward Walker. 
Robert D. Liddle. 
Joseph Lemoine. 
Robert Young. 



54 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

MILITIA OFFICERS DOING DUTY AT KINGSTON UNDER 
COLONEL THE HON B LE RICHARD CARTWRIGHT. 

(25 JUNE TO 24 DECEMBER, 1813.) 

Colonel the Hon b le Richard Cartwright. 
Lt.-Colonel Allan McLean. 
Adjutant Thomas Cook. 
Quartermaster Thomas Sparham. 
Asst. Quartermaster Donald McDonell. 
Asst. Surgeon Anson Smith. 
Paymaster William Mitchell. 
Paymaster Robert Richardson. 

Captain Thomas Markland. Captain John Carscallen. 

Sheldon Hawley. Luke Carscallen. 

Owen Richards. James Cotter. 

Matthew Clark. Peter Daley. 

John Mclntosh. Simon McNab. 

Thomas Dorland. John Thompson. 

Elisha Phillips. Timothy Porter. 
William Robins. 

Lieutenant Donald Mclntosh. Lieutenant John Dafoe. 

Daniel Fraser. Colin McKenzie. 

J. B. Chamberlain. John Richards. 

William Ketcheson, Jr. Joseph Lemoine. 

Reuben Bedell. William Wright. 

Peter Conger. 

Ensign Daniel Daverne. Ensign William Walbridge. 

John C. Clark. Simon Washburn. 

Oliver Church. William Zwick. 

Thomas Ketcheson. Joseph Pringle. 

John Brass. Samuel Dorland. 

Benjamin C. Spencer. George Miller. 
Christopher A. Hagerman. Jehiel Hawley. 



IST REGIMENT OF FRONTENAC MILITIA. 

ft l Colonel Honble Richard Cartwright, 26 June, 12. 
ft Lt.-Colonel Allan McLean. 
Major 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 55 

MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

FLANK COMPANY. 

-& Captain Thomas Markland. 

William Robins. 

ft Lieutenant Patrick Smith. Resigned 9 May, 13. 

Thomas Sparham. Captain 28 Sept., 16. 

Charles Everitt, 24 Oct., 09. 

Thomas Cook, 18 May, 12. 
^ Ensign Robert Richardson, 6 Aug., 10. 
^ John Brass. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains 
Lieutenants 

5 Ensigns Charles Anderson. Lieut. 8 June, 13. 
^ 2 John McCaulay, 8 June, 13. 
ft 3 Allan McPherson, 8 June, 13. 
4 McLean. 



1 Died at Montreal, 27 July, 15. 

2 Had been a Sergeant in Capt. Markland s Company. 
; Had been a private in the flank company. 

* Died about June, 1813. 

5 May be identical with man by same name in Prov. Drivers. 



IST REGIMENT OF ADDINGTON MILITIA 

1 Colonel William Johnston. 

Lt.-Colonel James Parrot. 

Major 

ft Adjutant Henry Davey. 
ft 7 George Ham, U.E.L. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Captain Matthew Clark. 
ft Lieutenant Daniel Fraser. 
fe Ensign Jehiel Hawley. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ 2 Captain Sheldon Hawley. 



56 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

ft Lieutenant Henry Davey. 
ft Ensign John C. Clark. 

TROOP OF DRAGOONS. 

-fa Captain Christopher Fralick. 

Lieutenant John Fraser. 
ft Isaac Fraser. 

ft Cornet John C. Fralick, U. E. L. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

3 Captains Joshua Booth. 

Peter Daley. 

4 Lieutenants Stephen Fairfield. 

Davis Hawley. 

Ensigns Solomon Johns. Promoted Lieutenant. 
David Perry, U. E. L. 
John Sharp. Promoted Lieutenant. 
Colin McKenzie. 
George Miller, U. E. L. 
ft r> Archibald Carscallen. 

William J. McKay, U. E. L. 
ft a Joseph Amey, U. E. L. 



1 Formerly Captain Six Nations Indian Department. 

2 Lt. -Colonel 1st Northumberland, 9 Dec., 46. 

3 Died 27 Oct., 13. Pension to his widow, Margaret Booth, 22 Mar., 38. 

4 Unfit for duty ; services dispensed with January, 1813. 

5 Enlisted in Glengarry Light Infantry as a Private. 

6 Had been a Private in a flank company. 

7 Had been a Sergeant in a flank company. 



1ST REGIMENT OF LENNOX MILITIA. 

1 Colonel Hazelton Spencer, 1794. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Timothy Thompson. Colonel 29 May, 13. 

3 Major William Crawford, 3 July, 1794. Lt.-Colonel 29 May, 13. 
Adjutant John G. Clute, 25 May, 13. 

Quartermaster Daniel Hagerman, 25 May, 13. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 57 

MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Captain Nicholas Hagerman. Major 29 May, 13. 

ft Thomas Dorland, 3 Jan., 01. 

ft Elisha Phillips, 20 Aug., 01. 

ft Lieutenant Jacob Baily Chamberlain, 11 Nov., 1794. Captain 

21 June," 16. 

ft Lieutenant Duncan Bell. Captain 21 June, 16. 
ft Reuben Bedell, 4 Jan., 01. 

ft Ensign Oliver Church. Lieutenant 21 June, 16. 

Benjamin Conger Spencer. Lieutenant 21 June, 16. 
4 Christopher A. Hagerman, 24 Feb., 12. 
Samuel Dorland, 25 Feb., 12. 

5 TROOP OF DRAGOONS. 

ft 6 Captain Paul Trumpour. 

ft Lieutenant John Thompson. Captain 29 May, 13. 
ft Cornet Gilbert D. Clapp. Lieutenant 29 May, 13. 
ft 7 John Kemp, 29 May, 13. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains John Carscallen, 3 July, 1794. 
William Bell, 3 July, 1794. 
Alexander Clark, 3 July, 1794. 
8 Luke Carscallen, 1 June, 1798. 
John Embury, 4 June, 02. 
Cyrenus Parkes, 21 Feb., 12. 
Andrew Embury, 22 Feb., 12. 
Bryan Crawford. 
Lieutenants Abraham Dafoe, 1 June, 1798. 

James Carscallen, 1 June, 1798. 

Charles Barnhart. 

William Smith, 20 Aug., 01. 

George Carscallen, 1 Aug., 03. 

John Dafoe, 22 Feb., 12. 

William Rombough, 24 Feb., 12. 
Ensigns Samuel Detlor, 1 Aug., 03. 
Andrew Rykely, 2 Jan., 09. 
Garrat Benson. 
Martin Hawley. 
Joseph Prindle, 21 Feb., 12. 
Andrew Kimmerly, 22 Feb., 12. 
Frederick Hesford, 2 Aug., 03. 
Jacob Benson. 



58 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

1 Had been Lieut. King s R. R., New York ; Major in Rogers Rangers ; Major 
2nd Batt., Royal Canadian Volunteers, 1794-02. Died 6 Feb., 13. 

2 Had been Ensign King s R. R., New York. Member of Assembly 1796, 1801, 
1813. 

3 Had been Ensign King s R. R., New York. 
* See Army Staff, page 9. 

5 An officer and 27 men did duty every other month. 

6 Had been Lieut., Delancey s Loyalists. Died March, 1813. 

7 Had been a Sergeant in this troop. 

8 Had been a Sergeant in King s R. R., New York. 



IST REGIMENT OF PRINCE EDWARD MILITIA. 

1 Colonel Archibald Macdonell, 2 Jan., 1800. 
Lt.-Colonel 
Major 
ft Adjutant Ensign William Blakeney, 2 Jan., 09. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Captain John Allen, 4 June, 11. 

ft 2 John Howell. 

ft 3 Lieutenant Donald Mclntosh, 14 July, 07. 

David Seagar. Captain 24 March, 13. 
4 James Young, 4 June, 12. Promoted Captain. 
ft Ensign Robert Young. 

5 Richard Howell, 4 June, 11. 
Simon Wash burn. 

TROOP OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

ft 8 Captain John Stinson, 14 July, 07. 

ft Lieutenant Simeon Washburn, 24 Feb., 13. Captain 24 Dec., 13. 

ft Cornet Benjamin Way, 24 Dec., 13. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Cornelius Vanalstine, 14 July, 07. 

Designia Conger. 
6 Owen Richards, 1 June, 04. 
James Cotter, 4 June, 11. 
Henry Macdonell, 24 Mar., 13. 
Peter Designia Conger, 24 Dec., 13. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 59 



MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

7 Lieutenants Henry Young. 

William Walbridge. 
Ensign William Blakeney, 4 June, 11. 



1 Formerly Lieut. 1st Batt., 84th Regiment. 

2 Dismissed by sentence of a Court Martial, 3 Apr., 13. 

3 Had been in 42nd Foot ; was at Bunker Hill ; also at Quebec in 84th Foot ; 
served during the war to 4 Dec., 14. Died at Marysburgh, 25 Feb., 41. 

4 Major 2nd Prince Edward about 1823. 

9 Died 1 March, 14, having served 13 months. 

6 Lt.-Colonel 2nd Prince Edward about 1823. 

7 Died on service 31 May, 12. 

8 Member of Assembly, 1812-16. 



IST REGIMENT OF HASTINGS MILITIA. 

Colonel John Ferguson, 1 Nov., 04. 
Lt.-Colonel William Bell, 1 Nov., 04. 
Major George W. Meyers. 
Adjutant Lieutenant John Thompson. 

Peter Holmes (acting). 
Quartermaster Cyrus Smith, 25 Jan., 15. 
ft Captain John Mclntosh. 

Surgeon Seth Meacham. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft l Captain John Mclntosh. 

ft * Jacob Walden Meyers, 5 Sept., 07. 

ft 3 Lieutenant John Thompson. Captain 25 March, 13. Major 

ft 4 John McMichael. Captain 25 March, 13. 

ft 5 Ensign Hugh Fair man. 

ft 6 William Ketcheson, Jr., 1809. Lieut, in 1812. 

ft 7 Joseph Lemoine. Lieut. 25 April., 13. 

8 Robert Dennison Liddle, 30 July, 12. Promoted Lieut. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Alexander Chisholm. 

9 Simon McNab. 6 Sept., 07. Promoted Major. 
Samuel B. Gilbert. 
Gilbert Harris. 



60 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

MIDLAND DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Lieutenants John Wiest. 

Philip Zwick. Promoted Captain. 
John Reid. Promoted Captain. 
Abel Gilbert. 

Ensigns Francis Van der Voort. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 
10 Archibald Chisholm. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 

Allan Taylor. 
ft ll Peter Walden Meyers. Promoted Lieut. 

William Zwick. Promoted Lieut. 
12 Henry Hagerman. Promoted Lieut. 
ft 13 Thomas Ketcheson, 25 March, 13. 

Hugh Cunningham, 25 March, 13. 
Peter Holmes, 25 Apr., 13. 
ft 13 Benjamin Ketcheson, 25 Apr., 13. 

Barcelona Chard, 25 Apr., 13. 
ft n Peter Van der Voort. 

ft 8 Joshua Crysdell. 



1 "Drowned since the war/ 

2 Served 19 days. 

3 Died at Belleville, 5 January, 1831. 

4 Discharged with Capt. Meyers. 
6 Served 31 days and resigned. 

6 Major under Lt. -Colonel Coleman in 1837. . 

1 "Served all the war and died in 1814." 

8 Had been a Corporal in Mclntosh s Company. 

9 Probably Simon Fraser McNab, afterwards Collector of Customs, Belleville; 
died 16 April, 1821. Was Clerk of Forage for Upper Canada, 25 Dec., 13. 

10 Lt. -Colonel 4th Hastings, 1838. 

11 Had been a private in Mclntosh s Company. 

12 Major 4th Hastings, 1838. 

13 Had been a Sergeant in Mclntosh s Company. 



NEWCASTLE DISTRICT 



IST REGIMENT OF NORTHUMBERLAND MILITIA. 

1 Lt.-Colonel John Peters, 20 June, 10. 
^ * Major David McGregor Rogers. 
-fa 2 Elias Jones. 

Adjutant Archibald Blanchard. 

Quartermaster Benjamin Ewing. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ Captain John Spencer. 

3 Robert C. Wilkins. 

4 Asa Burn ham. 

^ Lieutenant Roger Woolcutt. Capt. 24 June,|13. 
^ 5 James Norris. 

ft Ensign Joseph A. Keeler. 

6 Adam H. Meyers. Lieut. 24 June, 16. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Timothy Porter. 
Richard Hare. 

7 Zaccheus Burnham. 
John Vaughan. 

8 Benjamin Richardson. 
Lieutenants Abraham Simmons. 

Elisha Jones. 
Bays M. Eddys. 
John Grover. 
Barnard McKies. 
John Richardson. 
Ensigns John Burnham. 

Thomas M. Spalding. 
John Kelly. 
John Peters, Jr. 

^ Henry Ruttan. Went to Incorp. Militia. 
<& Samuel Brock. 
Joseph J. Losie. 
Saunders Hedges. 



62 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT (Continued.) 

1 Had been Ensign Loyal Rangers. 

2 See Special Service, page 32. 

3 Took command in August, 1812. 

4 Died in March, 1813. 

5 Left the province since the war. 

8 Major 5th Northumberland, 1838 ; Lt.-Col. 4th Northumberland, 5 Nov., 46. 

7 Major about 1820. M.P.P. 1816, 1834. M. Leg. C. 1834-41. Died 1857. See 
page 35. 

8 Went to the United States in winter of 1812-13 (Can. Archives). 



1ST REGIMENT OF DURHAM MILITIA.* 

1 Colonel Robert Baldwin. 

2 Lt.-Colonel William Warren Baldwin, 26 June, 12. 
Major 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Capt. John Burn, 11 July, 12. 

ft Lieutenant John Carr, 25 Oct., 12. 

ft Ensign John Taylor. Lieut. 25 Oct., 13. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Alexander Fletcher, 13 Apr., 12. 
John D. Smith, 30 July, 12. 
John Hartwill, 31 July, 12. 

Sherwood (Samuel ?). 
ft 3 Thomas Ward. 

Lieutenant James Bates. 
Ensigns Josiah Haskill, 10 Aug., 12. 
ft 4 Thomas Harris, 25 Oct., 12. 



1 Died 24 Nov., 16. 

2 Son of Col. Robert Baldwin. Was Treasurer Law Society, U.C., and after 
wards Mem. Leg. Council. His son Robert was the celebrated Reformer. Died 
1844. 

8 See Special Service, page 32. 

4 Had been a private, Burn s Company. 

*Scarboro, Pickering and Whitby men, having no officers, did garrison duty 
with 3rd York at York, October, 1812. 



HOME DISTRICT 



IST REGIMENT OF YORK MILITIA.* 

Engagements : Fort Detroit, Selby s and Robinson s Companies. 
Queenston, Selby s, under Lieut. Richardson. 
York, 27th April, 13. 
Mackinac, 1813, Robinson s Company. 

1 Lt.-Colonel William Graham. 

Major Samuel G. Wilmot. 
^ 2 Adjutant John Bostwick, 25 Dec., 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

<fr 3 Captain Thomas Selby. 

*fe 4 Lieutenant Reuben Richardson. Captain 25 Dec., 12. 

^ 5 Barnet Vanderburgh. 

RIFLE COMPANY. 

ft 6 Captain Peter Robinson. 

^ Lieutenant William Ross. 

fa Ensign Ludovick Weidman (Weiderman ?), 13 Nov., 12. 

TROOP OF CAVALRY. 

<& 5 Captain John Button. 

Lieutenant 

-fa 7 Cornet William M. Jarvis (Ensign 3rd York). 
j Quartermaster George Playter, Jr. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

8 Captains William Tyler, Sr. 
- Willson. 
5 John Arnold. 
James Mustard. 
Jeremiah Travers, 25 Dec., 12. 
5 James Fenwick, 25 Dec., 12. 

* According to the return of 24 Sept., 13, in the Archives, the Regiment con 
sisted of the North and South Divisions. The former was composed of Tyler s 
(No. 2), Travers s (No. 8), Robinson s (No. 6), Selby s (No. 4), and Richardson s 
(No. 7) ; the latter included Willson s (No. 1), Arnold s (No. 3), Fenwick s (No. 9). 
Mustard s (No. 5), Button s (No. 11), and No. 10 under Lieut. Miles. 



64 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

HOME DISTRICT (Continued.} 

Lieutenants James Miles. 

Nathaniel Gamble. 
William Macklem. 
George Lemmon. 
John Schultz. 

5 George Mustard, 25 Dec., 12. 
Edward McMahon. Transferred to 3rd York, 21 

Oct., 12. 

ft 2 Ensigns John Bostwick, 25 Dec., 12. 
ft 10 William Tyler, Jr., 25 Dec., 12. 

5 Andrew Thompson, 25 Dec., 12. 
ft u Henry Pingle, 25 Dec., 12. 

14 Thomas Hampton, 25 Dec., 12. 
12 Arad Smalley, 25 Dec., 12. 
Elijah Hawley, 25 Dec., 12. 
ft 13 Azariah Lundy. 



1 Had been a Captain, Duke of Cumberland s Provincial Regiment ; Captain 
York Militia, 1798. 

2 Had been Sergeant in Selby s, 1 July 24 Oct., 12. Present at Detroit, 
Medal with clasp. 

3 Present at Detroit. 

4 Was at Detroit, Queenston (despatches), Surrender of York (prisoner). 

5 Prisoner of war, Surrender of York. 

6 His company went by land from York to Detroit, mentioned in despatches ; 
a prisoner of war at Surrender of York. Brother of Sir John B. Robinson. 
Lt. -Colonel 1st Northumberland. Founded Peterboro, Ont. ; was Commissioner 
of Crown Lands, &c. Died, unmarried, 1838. 

7 Commanded the troop 25 Jan. 24 Feb., 13. Served in various corps. 

8 Resigned 22 Oct., 13. 

9 In a return of 24 Sept., 13, he is entered as "resigned." See 3rd York. 

10 Had been Sergeant in Selby s. 

11 Had been a Sergeant in Button s troop. 

12 Had been a Sergeant. Prisoner at Surrender of York. Captain 2nd North 
York, 5 June, 26. Lt. -Colonel 6th North York, 1838-39. 

13 Volunteered into the Incorporated Militia, serving two years as a Private. 

14 Had been a Sergeant. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 65 

HOME DISTRICT (Continued.) 
2ND REGIMENT OF YORK MILITIA * 

Engagements : Fort Detroit. 

Queenston, Chisholm a and Applegarth s. 
Lundy s Lane. 

Colonel Richard Beasley, 2 Jan., 09. 
1 Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Rousseau. 
ft 2 Major Titus Geer Simons, 4 June, 11. 
3 Adjutant - Brady. 

John K. Simons, 25 Dec., 12. 
Quartermaster Nicholas McDougall, 8 May, 11. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

-fa 4 Captain John Chisholm, 10 May, 11. 

ft 5 Lieutenant George King. 

ft Ensign William G. Hepburn, 14 May, 11. 

ft 14 George Chisholm, 25 Dec., 12. Lieut. 5 March, 16. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 6 Captain William Applegarth, 8 May, 11. 

& Lieutenant Thomas Atkinson, 10 May, 11. 

ft 7 John Applegarth (Supernumerary). 

ft 15 Ensign William Chisholm, 8 May, 11. Lieut. 25 Dec., 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

13 Captains Samuel Ryckman, 29 May, 06. 
William Bates, 29 May, 06. 
Thomas Marigold, 8 June, 08. 
James Morden, 9 May, 11. 
William Hepburn, 11 May, 11. 

8 Hector S. MacKay, 15 Apr., 12. 
William Thompson, 16 Apr., 12. 

9 John Mills. 

Lieutenant commanding a Company, John Weir, 6 June, 09. 
Lieutenants David Van Every, 1 Mar., 04. 
ft John Applegarth, 6 June, 09. See Flank Company. 

Styles Stevens, 7 June, 09. 

Daniel O Riley, 8 May, 11. 

*0n the creation of the District of Gore and the County of Wentworth, in 1816, 
this Corps became the "1st Gore Regiment." 

See foot note, page 3rd York Militia. 



66 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

HOME DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Lieutenants u Emmanuel Overfield, 11 May, 11. 

13 Thomas Smith, 13 May, 11. Captain 6 March, 16. 
10 Frederick Starr Jar vis, 15 Apr., 12. 
Ensigns Philip Cody, 6 June, 08. 

11 James Mills, 9 May, 11. 
Hugh Rose, 10 May, 11. 

Thomas Lucas, 11 May, 11. Promoted Lieutenant. 
William McKarley, 13 May, 11. 

12 George Hill Detlor, 26 Oct., 12. 
David Beasley, 5 Nov., 12. 
Henry Beasley, 5 March, 13. 



1 His funeral took place at Niagara, 17 Nov., 12. 

2 Lieut. 2nd West Riding Reg t., Lincoln, 1803; present at Black Rock 
(despatches), Lundy s Lane (severely wounded). Colonel 2nd Gore Militia, 1824. 
Died at Flamboro West, U. C., 20 Aug., 29. 

s Retired 25 Dec., 12. 

4 Present at Queenston (despatches). 

5 Died on duty, 31 Dec., 12. 

6 Present at Queenston (despatches). A William Applegarth was Clerk in the 
Commissariat, 25 June, 14. 

7 John Applegarth was in receipt of double pay, being employed in the Com 
missariat. (Can. Archives). 

8 Wounded at Lundy s Lane. 

9 Deserted to the enemy in the summer of 1814. 

10 Eldest son of Asst. Adjt.-General S. Jarvis. Died 1852. 

11 Deserted to the enemy in May, 1812. 

12 Living in 1875. 

13 Severely wounded at Lundy s Lane. 

14 Of the Township of Flamboro East. Had been Sergeant in this company ; 
joined after the death of Lt. King. 

15 Of the Township of Nelson. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 67 

HOME DISTRICT (Continued.) 
3RD REGIMENT OF YORK MILITIA.* 

Engagements: Fort Detroit, Cameron s and Reward s Co ys. 
Queenston, Cameron s ; Reward s under Lieut, 

Robinson. 
York, 27th Apr., 13. 

1 Lt.- Colonel William Chewett. 
ft 2 Major William Allan. Lt.-Colonel 31 May, 16. 

Adjutant Johu Johnson. 
^V George Duggan. 

-ft 29 Quartermaster Charles Baynes, 18 May, 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

*fe 3 Captain Duncan Cameron. 

4 Lieutenant William Jarvie. Captain 25 Dec., 12. 
tV Archibald McLean, 18 May, 12. 

$ 7 Edward McMahon. Captain 15 July, 16. 

<& 6 Ensign George Ridout. Lieut. 30 June, 12. Captain 12 July, 16. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ 8 Captain Stephen Reward. Major 31 May, 16. 

*fa 9 Lieutenant John Beverley Robinson. Captain 25^Dec., 12. 

fr l Robert Stan ton, 18 May, 12. 

ft n Ensign Samuel Peters Jarvis. Lieut.30 June,12. Capt.10 July,16. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 
13 Captains Samuel Ridout. 

9 Thomas Hamilton, 27 Apr., 12. 
12 John Wilson. 

Playter. 

14 John Denison. 
ft 28 John Beikie. 

15 Lieutenants Duke William Kendrick. 

16 Graves. 

Eli Playter, 30 June, 12.;*;Captain 13 July, 16. 
John Endicott, 18 May, 12. Captain 11 July, 16. 

"This Regiment s designation was changed to "2nd Regiment of York Militia," 
the former 2nd York being called the "1st Gore." (Militia G.O., 10 July, 16). 

0n the morning of the battle of Queenston, Hatt s Co y, 5th Lincoln, was the 
only force at Queenston ; Chisholm s, 2nd York, was stationed on the brow of 
the Heights ; Cameron s and Reward s were at Brown s Point, arriving at 
Queenston as Brock was wounded. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



HOME DISTRICT (Continued.} 

29 Ensigns William Smith, 19 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Dec., 12. 

29 Donald McArthur, 18 May, 12. Lieut. 12 July, 16. 
Isaac Lear. Lieut. 18 May, 12. 
Thomas Matthews. Lieut. 18 May, 12. 

17 William M. Jarvis, 20 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Dec., 12. 
John Scarlet, 21 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Dec., 12. 

18 John W T ilson, 22 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Dec., 12. 

59 D Arcy Boulton, Jr., 30 June, 12. Lieut. 10 July, 16. 

19 James Chewett, 1 July, 12. Lieut. 15 July, 16. 

20 Daniel Brooke, 2 July, 12. Lieut. 13 July, 16. 
^ 2l Andrew Mercer, 21 Oct., 12. Lieut. 16 July, 16. 

- Glaus. Lieut. 14 July, 12. 
George Detlor. 
<& 22 William Huntington. 

23 Charles Denison, 25 Dec., 12. 
# 23 Edward Thompson, 25 Dec., 12. 

24 Thomas Humberstone, 25 Dec., 12. Lieut. 17 July, 16. 
ft K George Kuch, 25 Dec., 12. 

27 George Denison, 8 April, 13. (Supernumerary). 
26 John Detlor, 8 April, 13. (Supernumerary). 
ft 22 Thomas Denison, 8 April, 13. (Supernumerary). 

- Quesnel, 8 April, 13. (Supernumerary). 



1 Came to Quebec 1771 ; served in the British Militia during the siege of Que 
bec, 1775-76 ; Captain 1st Regiment Dundas, 1794 ; in York Reg t. 1798 ; prisoner 
of war at surrender of York ; Deputy Surveyor-General, U.C., 1802 ; afterwards 
Colonel 1st York ; resigned 1818 ; died at Toronto, 1849. 

2 Prisoner of war at surrender of York. Colonel 1st East York. 
8 Present at Queenston ; prisoner of war at surrender of York. 

4 Present at Detroit and Queenston ; became Captain Incorporated Militia ; 
wounded and prisoner of war at surrender of York ; resigned 13 July, 16 ; died in 
Scotland. This officer s services are constantly credited to Lieut. William 
Jarvis, of the same Corps. 

5 Second son of Col. Neil McLean, 1st Stormont ; present at Detroit, Queen 
ston (wounded), York, 27 Apr., 13 ; joined Incorporated Militia, which see; also 
Militia Staff. 

6 Present at Queenston ; prisoner of war at surrender of York. 

7 Was one of Brock s Civil Secretaries. Joined from 1st York, 21 Oct., 12. 

8 Present at Detroit (despatches). Lt. -Colonel 1st East York. 

9 Present at Detroit (medal with clasp), Queenston, surrender of York (pri 
soner) ; succeeded Col. John Macdonell as Attorney- General, U.C. ; afterwards 
Sir John Beverley Robinson, Baronet, and Chief Justice, Upper Canada. Died 
at Toronto, 1863. 



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69 



HOME DISTRICT (Continued.) 

10 Present at Detroit. 

11 Son of William Jarvis, Secretary of the Province. Born 1792 ; died 1857. 
Present at Detroit (medal with clasp), Queenston, Stoney Creek, Judy s Lane. 
Colonel 2nd North York, 2 April, 27 ; Colonel Queen s Hangers during It 

12 May be identical with Capt. Willson, 1st York, which see. 

13 Prisoner of war at surrender of York. Resigned 12 July, 16. 
w Eetired 11 July, 16. Died 28 Oct., 24, aged 70. 

15 Died on service at York, 1 Jan., 13. 

16 From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. 

1T Third son of Mr. Secretary Jarvis ; born 1793 ; died 1867 ; present at Queen 
ston, Stoney Creek and Lundy s Lane; also at York 27 Apr 13 (P ron | r " 
wounded). Colonel 5th Incorporated Militia, Gore District, 1837. Was Sheriff 
of Gore District. 

18 Present at York, 27 April, 13 (prisoner). Resigned 17 July, 16. 

19 Probably James Grant Chewett, son of Colonel Chewett. 

20 Joined the Incorporated Militia, 25 March, 13, which see. 

21 Was Clerk Executive Council Office, 1804. Had been a private in Reward s 
Company. Was appointed District Paymaster. 

22 Had been a private in Reward s Company. 

28 Had been a private in Cameron s Company. Present at York, 27 April, 13 
(prisoner) . 

2 * Present at Detroit (medal with clasp) ; had been a Sergeant in Cameron s ; 
was at surrender of York (prisoner) ; escaped from prison at Philadelphia, 20 
April, 14. 

25 Had been Sergeant in Heward s ; promoted Sgt.-Major ; appointed Ensign in 
Ridout s ; present at York, 27 April, 13 (prisoner). 

26 Killed at York, 27 April, 13. (Pension list, 26 Oct., 16). 

27 Had been Sergeant in Capt. John Denison s ; joined Ridout s Company 16 
Oct., 12. 

28 Afterwards Member of Assembly, 1816. 

29 Prisoner of war at surrender of York. 



NIAGARA DISTRICT 



NIAGARA LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Engagements : Fort Erie, 9th Oct., 12. 

Queenston, 13th Oct., 12. 

ft l Major Commandant Thomas Merritt, June, 12. 

1ST TROOP. 

ft 2 Captain Alexander Hamilton. 

ft 3 Lieutenant William Hamilton Merritt. See Provincial Light 

Dragoons. 

4 Cornet William Merritt. 
ft 5 John Pell Major. 

ft Quartermaster Charles Ingersoll. Promoted Cornet 24 Oct., 12. 
ft 6 Duncan Clow, 24 Oct., 12. 

2ND TROOP. 

7 Captain George Hamilton. 

8 Lieutenant John Secord, 28 June, 12. 
6 Cornet John Pell Major. 



1 Formerly Cornet Queen s Rangers. Present at Queenston ; made prisoner in 
October, 1813. 

2 Present at Queenston. 

3 Was on the Detroit expedition, medal and clasp. See Niagara Frontier Guides. 

4 Deserted to the enemy. 

5 Mortally wounded at the cutting out of the "Detroit," 9 Oct., 12. 

6 Promoted from Sergeant. 

7 Was at Detroit with Major Chambers, but not as commanding this troop. 

8 From 1st Lincoln. 

The 1st troop was raised June, 1812, by enrolment of volunteers from the 
Militia; it was engaged on the expedition to Detroit, and in the cutting out of 
the "Caledonia" and "Detroit," for which it was thanked in General Orders. 
After serving 8 months it was disbanded, 25 Feb., 13. 

The 2nd Troop fell through, owing to some misunderstanding between Col. 
Clark, 2nd Lincoln, and Capt. Hamilton, about enrolling men for it. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



71 



NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 
TROOP OF PROVINCIAL DRAGOONS. 

(NIAGARA FRONTIER GUIDES). 

Engagements : Fort George, 27th May, 1813. 
Stoney Creek, 5th June, 1813. 
Black Rock, 30th Dec., 1813. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 1814. 

1 Captain William Hamilton Merritt. 
Lieutenant Charles Ingersoll. 

2 Cornet Amos McKenney. 



1 For prior services see Niagara Light Dragoons. Capt. Merritt was taken 
prisoner at Lundy s Lane, and released March, 1815. This gentleman was the 
grandfather of Lt.-Colonel William Hamilton Merritt, commanding the Governor- 
General s Body Guard, and President of the Canadian Military Institute, 190b. 

2 Promoted 24 Oct., 14. See Provost Marshal, page 35. 

This troop was raised 24 April, 13, being authorized by G.O. 3 March, 13; 
was reduced to a Cornet, a Troop Sgt.-Major, a Sergeant, 2 Corporals and 18 
Privates, the Captain and Lieutenant being discontinued, from 24 Oct., 14, the 
name changed, and placed under the Quartermaster-General. 



CANBORO AND HALDIMAND MILITIA. 

1 Captain Askin. 

Lieutenant 

2 Ensign Benjamin Canby. 



1 Amongst those who received medal with clasp "Detroit" was "Lieut. Charles 
Askin, York Militia." A son of Colonel John Askin. 

2 Resigned 16 May, 13. 

This Militia is from a Return in the Can. Archives. 



72 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 
IST REGIMENT OF LINCOLN MILITIA. 

Engagements : Queenston, Crooks and McE wen s Companies. 
Fort George, 27th May, 13. 
St. David s, 19th July, 14. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 

1 Colonel Ralfe Clench. 
fa 2 William Claus. 

3 Lt.-Colonel - Kerr. 

4 Major James Muirhead. 

William Robertson, June 12. Lt.-Colonel 27 June, 12. 
5 Richard Hatt. 

6 Adjutant John Clark. Lieut. 28 June, 12. 
7 Anselm Foster, 2 July, 12. 

- Thorner. 
Quartermaster Daniel Secord. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

fa 8 Captain James Crooks, 13 May, 07. 

fa 9 Lieutenant Martin McClellan. Captain 2 July, 12. 

fa l Lieutenant William Powers, 4 Jan., 08. 

fa 7 Lieutenant Anselm Foster. Ensign 5 Jan., 09 ; Lieut. 2 July, 12 

fa Ensign P. Vancourtlandt Secord, 2 July, 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

fa n Captain John McEwen, 13 May, 11. 

fa 12 Lieutenant Robert Runchey. 

fa 13 Lieutenant William Servos. 

fa u Lieutenant George Adams, 6 May, 12. 

fa 15 Ensign Peter Mann Ball, Jr., 2 July, 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

16 Captains Andrew Heron. 

17 George L. Lawe. 

18 George Lawrence. 

George Read. Resigned 2 July, 12, 
John Powell. See Powell s Artillery. 
George Hamilton. See Niagara Dragoons. 

19 John Jones. (To Niagara Dragoons, 2 July, 12 ?) 

20 James Secord. 

Jacob A. Ball, 2 July, 12. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 73 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

22 Lieutenants George A. Ball. Captain 2 July, 12. 

23 John D. Servos. Captain 2 July, 12. 
Thomas McCormick. 

24 Elijah Secord, 2 July, 12. 

25 John C. Ball, 12 May, 11. 
6 John Clark. 26 June, 12. 

George Fields. See Powell s Artillery. 

26 George Shipman. 
James Wilson. 
Ten Broeck. 

ft 41 William Woodruff. 

ft 2l John Clendennan. 

Walter Butler. 

7 _ Beam (Jacob Beam, Jr. ?) 

33 John Secord. 
28 Ensigns James George, 8 Feb., 13. 

James Secord, 2 July, 12 (son of Solomon). 

29 Henry Pawling, Sr., 14 May, 06. Lieut. 2 July, 12. 

30 Adam Brown, 5 Jan., 06. Lieut. 2 July, 12. 

31 John May. Lieut, 2 July, 12. 

32 Simcoe Stephenson. Lieut. 2 July, 12. 
George Darby. 

ft Daniel K. Servos, 2 July, 12. To Incorptd Militia. 

ft 33 Joseph Clement, 2 July" 12 (son of James). 

34 Peter Warner, 25 Oct., 12. 

35 George Hainer, 6 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 

7 William L. Smith, 6 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 
34 John Robertson, 25 Oct., 12. 
ft * 6 Daniel Fields. 

James Muirhead (Jr. ?) 
J. B. Jones. 
F. G. Swayzie. 
ft 37 Peter Pawling. 

ft s 8 Richard Woodruff. 

Joseph Butler. See Powell s Artillery. 
39 Edward McBride. 
ft 4 George Shaw. 

1 Ensign 8th Foot; Lieut. Butler s Rangers, 77 ; present at Sandusky, 1782 
(despatches). Lt.-Colonel 2nd West Riding Reg t., Lincoln, 1803. District Judge 
at Niagara. Member of Assembly 1801, 05, 13. See also Militia Staff. 

2 Born at Williamsburg, N.Y., 7 Sept., 1765. Served in R.R., N.Y. Captain 



74 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

60th 5 Feb., 1795. Deputy Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs at Niagara, 
June, 13. Died there 11 Nov., 26, aged 61. Member Executive Council, 1818. 

3 Col. Clench wrote the Adjt. -General 1 Apr., 12, enclosing Lt.-Col. Kerr s 
resignation. (Can. Archives). 

4 Query as to his being identical with Surgeon James Muirhead. See page 34. 

5 Resigned the Majority 28 June, 12, and joined 5th Lincoln. 

6 Appointed Asst.- Adjt. -General Militia 25 Jan., 13. Afterwards Lt.-Colonel, 
5 April, 1834. Born at Kingston, 1786; died in Grantham Township, 1862. 

7 Mentioned in Militia Orders, 18 July, 14, for his "spirited conduct, vigilance 
and activity" in attacking the enemy s cavalry patrol on the 17th. 

8 Ensign 3 Sept., 1794 ; Lieut. 24 June, 97. Present at Queenston (despatches). 
Prisoner of war 27 May, 13 ; detained at Burlington, Vt. Member of Assembly, 
1820 ; afterwards a Legislative Councillor. Died 1860. 

9 Killed 27 May, 13, in opposing the enemy s landing near Fort George. 

10 Prisoner of war, 27 May, 13 ; detained at Burlington, Vt. 

11 Lieut. 13 May, 07. Present at Queenston (despatches) ; prisoner of war, 27 
May, 13 ; detained at Burlington, Vt. 

12 Transferred to the command of the Coloured Company. 

13 Transferred to the Indian Department. 

14 Born at Londonderry, Ireland, 1771. Present at Fort George (wounded). 
Taken prisoner in October, 1813 ; paroled 22 Dec., 13. Died Aug., 44. 

15 Promoted a Lieutenant in Provincial Koyal Artillery Drivers. Had been a 
private in Crooks Company. 

16 A prisoner of war ; detained at Burlington, Vt. There was also a "Private 
Andrew Heron, 1st Norfolk," who received the medal for Detroit. 

17 Attached to Engineers Department (Can. Archives, M. 118). Present at 
Fort George (wounded) ; prisoner ; detained at Burlington, Vt. Appointed Gentle 
man Usher of the Black Eod, U.C., 1816. See foot note to Capt. Powell, page 75. 

18 Born 1757 ; died 1848. Buried at Virgil, Ont. 

19 Died at Burlington, U.S., on the 23rd Dec., 1813, Captain John Jones, of 
Newark, U.C., a British prisoner taken at Fort George. He was interred with 
military honours. (Quebec Mercury, 11 Jan., 14). 

20 Present at Queenston (wounded). 

21 Prisoner of war at Ten Mile Creek, 11 June, 13 ; detained at Burlington, Vt. 
21 Ensign 6 May, 06 ; Lieut. 3 Jan., 09. 

23 Present at Black Rock, 30 Dec., 13 (wounded). Died 24 Apr., 47. 

24 Ensign 23 May, 06. 

85 Ensign 19 May, 06 ; was a Captain in 1813. See Powell s Artillery. 

26 Had been a private in McEwen s. 

27 Had been a Sergeant in 2nd Flank Company, 4th Lincoln. There was also 
a John Clendenning, Sgt. -Major, 1st Lincoln, who received his land in Nissouri ; 
John Clendennan s location was in Zorra. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 75 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

28 Present at Stoney Creek (wounded). Pension List 1 Oct., 17. 
19 See alsd Ensign Henry Pawling, 4th Lincoln. 

30 Died in 1874, Major Adam Brown, aged 76. 

31 Died on service, 3 Nov., 12. 

32 Query : "Simon" or "Simcoe" as both names occur. 

33 See Niagara Light Dragoons. 

88 Had been a Private, 1st Lincoln. A Joseph Clement died in 1867, aged 76. 

34 Formerly a Sergeant. 

35 Died on service 22 Nov., 14. 

86 Had been a Private, Niagara Dragoons. Medal with clasp Detroit. Died 1873. 

37 A merchant. Had been a Private. Promoted Sergeant, Ball s Company. 

38 Born 1784 ; died 1872. Had been a Sergeant, Niagara Dragoons. Medal with 
clasp Detroit. 

39 Had been Quartermaster Sergeant, 3rd York. Member for Niagara, 1825. 

40 A brewer. Had been a Sergeant, Niagara Dragoons. 

41 Had been a Private in Crooks Co y. 



CAPTAIN JOHN POWELL S COMPANY OF ARTILLERY. 

(1ST LINCOLN ARTILLERY.) 

Engagements : Fort George, 13th Oct., 12. 
Queenston, 13th Oct., 12. 
Fort George, 27th May, 13. 

& 1 Captain John Powell. 

<& 2 Lieutenant John C. Ball. 

<fr 3 George Fields. 

*fe Second Lieut. Alexander McKee. Resigned 1 Dec., 12. 

Daniel Spelman, 3 Dec., 12. 

Joseph Butler. 



1 Present at Queenston (despatches) ; prisoner after Fort George ; detained at 
Burlington, U.S. He, together with Capt. Lawe, 1st Lincoln, were rescued and 
brought back to Canada, 12 Feb., 14, by a party of Canadian Militia from 
Missisquoi Bay. 

3 See 1st Lincoln. 

8 Had been Sgt. -Major Provincial Light Dragoons. 

This Company s strength was increased by taking 30 men from 2nd and 3rd 
Lincoln. (Militia G.O., 22 July, 12.) 



76 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 
CAPTAIN RUNCHEY S COMPANY OF COLOURED MEN. 

Engagements : Queenston, 13th Oct., 12. 

Fort George, 27th May, 13. 

ft 3 Captain Robert Runchey, Sr. 

James Robertson. 
ft 2 Lieutenant George Runchey. 



1 See foot note, Artificers. 

2 Had been Sergeant in McE wen s, 1st Lincoln. 

3 A Kobert Kunchey was also a private, Niagara Light Dragoons. 



2ND REGIMENT OF LINCOLN MILITIA. 

Engagements : Queenston, Hamilton s and Rowe s. 

Frenchman s Creek, Hamilton s and Kerby s, 

llth July, 13. 
Niagara, 18th Dec., 13. 
Black Rock, 30th Dec., 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 
Chippawa, 15th Oct., 14. 

ft l Lt.-Colonel Thomas Clark. 

Thomas Dickson, 5 Jan., 14. 
ft 3 Major David Secord. 
ft 4 Adjutant James Kerby. 

Andrew Rorback, 10 Aug., 1311 Mar., 14. Captain 

11 Mar., 14. 
ft 6 David Thompson, 11 Mar., 14. 

1ST COMPANY OR ARTILLERY COMPANY. 

ft * Captain James Kerby. Joined Incorp t d Militia. 

15 First Lieut. Lewis Clement, 26 June, 12. 

John McLellan. (McClellan in Crown Lands.) 

16 Second Lieut. Jacob F. Ball. 

17 Alexander Bryson. 

" The conduct of the Officers and men of this Regiment has also been highly 
praiseworthy." General Riall s despatch, London Gazette, 9 Aug., 14. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 77 



NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 7 Captain John Rowe. 

ft Lieutenant Anthony Upper. 

ft s John Burch. Captain 10 Mar., 14. 

ft 9 Thaddeus Davis. 

ft Ensign John McMicking. Lieut. 26 June, 12. 

ft 10 Christopher Boughner. Lieut. 11 Mar., 14. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft u Captain Robert Hamilton. 

ft 12 Lieutenant James Cooper. Captain 25 June, 12. 

ft 13 Abraham Bowman, 26 June, 12. 

ft u Ensign James Thompson, 29 June, 12. 

ft James Lyons, 30 June, 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

18 Captains George Turney. 

Robert Campbell. Resigned 9 Mar., 14. 

James Macklem. 

John Crysler. 

!9 John DeCoe (De Cow or De Cew). 

Lieutenants David Bastedo. Captain 26 June, 12. 

20 Christopher McDonnell. 

24 George Keet er, 1806. Captain 1815. 

Nicholas Smith. Resigned 12 Mar., 13. 
Ensigns Jacob Upper, 26 June, 12. 

John Wilson, 27 June, 12. Lieut. 12 Mar., 14. 
John Misener. Lieut. 9 Mar., 14. 
John Couke. Lieut. 10 Mar., 14. 

21 Robert Kirkpatrick. Lieut. 14 Mar., 14. 
John Hainer, Jr. Lieut. 15 Mar., 14. 
Ebenezer Cavers. Lieut. 16 Mar., 14. 

22 Henry C. Ball. Lieut. 17 Mar., 14. 
John Street, Lieut. 18 Mar., 14. 

23 Hall Davis. Lieut. 19 Mar., 14. 
George Rowe. Lieut. 21 Mar., 14. 
John Secord, Jr. Lieut. 22 Mar., 14. 



1 Present at Stoney Creek, Beaver Dams and Black Kock (wounded, des 
patches). Colonel 1818. 

8 Present at Chippawa (wounded, despatches). "The conduct of Lt.-Colonel 



78 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Dickson, of the 2nd Lincoln Militia, has been most exemplary." Riall s despatch, 
London Gazette, 9 Aug., 14. 

8 Formerly of Butler s Rangers ; wounded at Oriskany ; a Member of the 
Assembly for twenty years. Present at Queenston, Beaver Dams and Chippawa, 
(where he commanded the regiment after Colonel Dickson was wounded), Lundy s 
Lane and the Siege of Fort Erie. 

* Present at Queenston, Frenchman s Creek (despatches). Joined the Incor 
porated Militia, which see. 

5 A native of New Jersey. Promoted Captain vice Hamilton. Afterwards 
Lt.-Col., 2nd Lincoln. Died in Stamford Township, 17 Aug., 43. 

6 Had been a Sergeant in Rowe s ; present at Lundy s Lane, wounded. 

7 Had been a Sergeant in Butler s Rangers. Present at Queenston (despatches). 
Killed at Chippawa. 

8 Promoted Captain vice Macklem, absent. 

9 Present at Black Rock, Buffalo, 30 Dec., 13 (despatches). 

10 Had been a Private, 2nd Flank Company, 4th Lincoln. 

11 Present at Queenston, Frenchman s Creek (despatches). 

12 Present at Queenston (despatches), Frenchman s Creek. 
15 Wounded at Chippawa. 

u Wounded at Lundy s Lane. 

15 Wounded at Chippawa. Born 1787 ; died at St. Catharines, 30 March, 1879^ 

16 Commanded Militia Artillery at Queenston (despatches) ; was at French] 
man s Creek (despatches). 

17 Present at Frenchman s Creek (despatches, wounded). 

18 Killed at Chippawa. Son of Lieut. John Turney, Butler s Rangers. 

19 A prisoner at Burlington, Vt., in December, 1813. Escaped and returned to 
Canada. 

20 Killed at Chippawa. 

21 Present at Chippawa. 

12 Guided a column at assault of Fort Niagara (despatches). Had been a Private. 
2> Piloted boats at Black Rock, 30 Dec., 13 (despatches). Had been a Private. 
24 A promoter of the Welland Canal. Died 1858. 



3RD REGIMENT OF LINCOLN MILITIA. 

Engagements : Fort Erie, 27th May, 13. 
Black Rock, llth July, 13. 
Buffalo, 30th Dec., 13. 

Lt.-Colonel Henry Warren. Resigned 7 April, 13. 
Major John Warren, Sr. Lt.-Colonel 16 April, 13. 
Thomas Cummings. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 79 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

ft Adjutant Henry Trout. Lieut. 25 Jan., 13. 
Quartermaster James Robinson, 25 Jan., 13. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Captain John Warren, Jr. Major 25 Jan., 13. 

ft l Lieutenant Shubael Park, 5 Jan., 13. 

ft Ensign Benjamin Hardison, Jr. Lieut. 25 Jan., 13. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 2 Captain William Powell, 25 Jan., 13. 
ft 3 Lieutenant John Johnson Lafferty. Captain 25 Jan., 13. 
ft 4 Ensign William Duff Miller. Lieut. 25 Jan., 1^. 
ft Ys fc ^ ; J nn Putnam. Lieut. 25 Jan., 13. 
BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Samuel Street, 2 Jan., 09. 

6 John Hardy, 2 Jan., 09. 
Henry Boughner, 2 Jan., 09. 

Henry Warren, Jr. 2nd Major 23 July, 12. 
John Muirhead, Sr. 

7 Lieutenants James Cummings. Captain 25 Jan., 13. 

8 John Baxter. Captain 25 Jan., 13. 
ft Henry Trout, 25 Jan., 13. 

Hugh Alexander, 25 Jan., 13. 

9 Osias Boughner, 25 Jan., 13. 
David Morgan. 

James Winter mute. 
Ensigns Augustus Anger. Lieut. 25 Jan., 13. 

Henry Wood. 

Peter Weaver. 

Jacob Winterrnute. 
ft g Henry Weishuhn, 25 Jan., 13. 

Jacob Gonder, 25 Jan., 13. 
ft (J John Miller, 25 Jan., 13. 

ft 9 George Whitehead, 25 Jan., 13. 

John Harcourt, 25 Jan., 13. 

James Thompson, 25 Jan., 13. 

John Bonner, 25 Jan., 13. 



1 A land surveyor. 

* Present at Queenston (despatches). 

3 Served froml26 June to 1 Aug., 12. Member for Lincoln 1825-29. 



80 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) ^ 0, 

4 Afterwards Lt.-Colonel. Born 1786 ; died 1859. 

6 Piloted boats at Black Rock, 30 Dec., 13 (despatches). 

6 Lieut. Lincoln Artillery, 1803. Grandfather of the late Hon. Arthur S. Hardy, 
Premier of Ontario, 1896-99. 

7 A Captain on the Staff. 

8 Prisoner of war at Burlington, Vt., Dec., 1813. 

9 Had been Sergeant in Warren s Company. 

10 Superseded 20 Jan., 13. "Absent without leave." 



4TH REGIMENT OF LINCOLN MILITIA. 

Engagements: Queenston, 13th Oct., 12, Butler s and Crooks . 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14 



1 Lt.-Colonel Johnson Butler. 

2 Major Jacob Tenbroeck. 
Adjutant John Taylor. 

3 Quartermaster -- Ball. 



FLANK COMPANY. r * 

4 Captain Abraham Nelles. Major 10 Oct., 14. 
ft * Lieutenant Thomas Butler. Captain 25 Oct., 12. 
James Dittrick. Captain 1 July, 13. 
-Matthew Crooks, 8 July, 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 



\# 



ore. 



ft 7 Captain Jonathan Mo 

ft 7 Lieutenant Henry Hixon. Captain 1 July, 13. 

ft 7 John Henry, 1 July, 12. 

ft Captain William Crooks. 

ft 8 Lieutenant Henry Nelles. Captain 1 July, 13. 

ft William Servos. 

ft 9 Ensign Peter McCollum.^ . ft 

ft 10 Charles Kennedy, 25 Oct., 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

* Captains James Henry. Resigned 16 Feb., 13. 
William Nelles. 
Ralph Walker,! July, 13. . 
n William Lyons. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 81 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

Lieutenant Edward Griffin. Resigned 16 Feb., 13. 

G. B. Stephenson. 
Ensign Henry Dochstader. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 

Robert Pettit. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 
ft 12 John B. Muirhead. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 

ft 13 Walter Deddrick. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 

William Chisholm. Lieut. 25 Oct., 12. 

ft u Henry Pawling, Jr., 25 Oct., 12. Lieut. 1 July, 13. 

ft 15 Adam Zimmerman, 25 Oct., 12. Lieut. 1 July, 13. 

Ezra Barnum, 25 Oct., 12. 

Jonathan J. Pettit, 25 Oct., 12 ; promoted Lieut. 
ft 15 Israel Smith, 25 Oct., 12. 

John McCollum, 25 Oct., 12. 
ft 15 John Moore, 25 Oct., 12. 

ft 16 John Turney, 25 Oct., 12. 

Francis Crooks. 

Peter Hare. 

John Taylor, Adjutant. 



1 Major 2nd West Biding Keg t., Lincoln, 1803. Died on service, 1 Dec., 12. 

2 Died at Grantham, U. C., 5 Feb., 30. 

3 Prisoner at Lundy s Lane. 

4 Afterwards Hon ble Abraham Nelles. Captain 1st Riding Regt. Lincoln, 1797. 
Captain 2nd West Riding Regt. Lincoln, 1803. Prisoner Nov. 13 ; paroled 22 
Dec., 13. 

5 Commanded Nelles Company at Queenston (despatches). 

6 Joined 16 Oct., 12. 

7 Did duty from 27 June to 24 Aug., 12. 

8 Present at Lundy s Lane (prisoner and wounded). 

9 Was promoted and joined in October, 12. 

10 Had been Sergeant, Crooks Co y. ; wounded at Lundy s Lane. 

11 Paroled by the enemy, 22 Dec., 13. 

12 Had been a Private in Crooks Co y., 1st Lincoln. 

14 Had been a private in Niagara Light Dragoons. 

15 Had been a Sergeant in Nelles Co y., 4th Lincoln. 

13 Had been a Private in McE wen s Co y., 1st Lincoln. 

16 Had been a Sergeant in McE wen s Co y., 1st Lincoln. 



82 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 
5TH REGIMENT OF LINCOLN MILITIA. 

Engagements : Detroit, 16th Aug., 12, Hatt s Company. 

Queenston, ISth Oct., 12, Hatt s and Durand s. 
Frenchman s Creek, 28th Nov., 12, Hatt s. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Andrew Braut. 

2 Major Richard Hatt. 

$ * Adjutant John W. Mclntyre. 

Newton. 

10 Quartermaster Ezra Barnum. 

FLANK COMPANY.^ 

ft fi Captain Samuel Hatt. 
^ 6 Lieutenant Robert Land. 
^ 7 Ensign Daniel Showers. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

-fa 8 Captain James Durand, 1 May, ] 2. 
& Lieutenant William Davis, 2 Jan, 09. 
$ Ensign Joseph Birnie. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

9 Captains John Lottridge. 

Jacob A. Ball. 

John D. Servos. 
4 Lieutenant 



1 Had been Captain Butler s Rangers ; died at the 15 Mile Creek, Louth Town 
ship, 12 Nov., 30, aged 75. 

2 Had been Major 1st Lincoln ; Major 1st West Riding Regt., Lincoln, 1803. 
Present at Queenston (despatches), Fort Erie, 28 Nov., 12, Lundy s Lane (severely 
wounded). Member of Assembly for Halton, 1818. 

3 Present at Queenston (wounded). 

4 Superseded 20 Jan., 13. "Absent without leave." 

5 Present at Detroit (despatches), Queenston, Lundy s Lane (wounded). 
Member for Niagara Dist., 1814; Wentworth, 1817. 

6 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. Major 3rd Gore. 

This Company was the only force at Queenston on the morning of the 13th 
Oct., 1812. (Life of Sir J. B. Robinson, by Maj.-Gen. C.W. Robinson, C.B.) See 
footnote to 3rd York Flank Companies, page 67. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 83 

NIAGARA DISTRICT (Continued.) 

7 Taken prisoner on Lake Ontario, 12 July, 13. Died 1858. 

8 Born in Wales, 1775 ; died 1833 ; buried at Ancaster, Ont. Present at Queen- 
ston (despatches). Member of the Assembly for two terms, 1812-20. 

9 Died on service 29 Nov., 1812 ; formerly in Indian Department. 
10 May be identical with Ensign Ezra Barnum, 4th Lincoln. 



WESTERN DISTRICT 



IST REGIMENT OF NORFOLK MILITIA. 

Engagements : Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 

Frenchman s Creek, 28th Nov., 12. 
Nanticoke Creek, 13th Nov., 13. 
McCrae s House, 15th Dec., 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25bh July, 14. 
Malcolm s Mills, 6th Nov., 14. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Joseph Ryerson, 11 Feb., 12. 

ft 2 Major William Daniel Bowen, Lt.-Colonel 1st Oxford, 1 Aug., 16. 
Adjutant Samuel Tisdale. 

Aquila M. Walsh. 
Quartermaster Francis Legh Walsh, 11 Feb., 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

^ 3 Captain John Bos t wick. Major 1 Aug., 16. 
$ 4 Lieutenant George Ryerson. 
^ 5 George Rolph. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 6 Captain Daniel McCall, 12 Feb., 12. 

-fa Lieutenant Samuel Ryerson. Captain 23 Oct., 15. 

ft Ensign James McCall. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Oliver Mabee, 13 Feb., 12. 

Duncan McCall, 14 Feb., 12. 
John Backhouse, 18 Feb., 12. 
7 James Mitchell. 

Lieutenants William Smith, 13 Feb., 12. 
John Dedrick, 17 Feb., 12. 
William Dill, 18 Feb., 12. 
Ensigns Jacob Potts. Lieut. 23 Oct., 15. 
Francis Glover, 15 Feb., 12. 
Thomas Backhouse, 17 Feb., 12. 
Matthew Tisdale, 18 Feb., 12. 

"The Norfolk Militia, under Captain Bostwick, gave a strong proof of the 
valor which has uniformly distinguished the Militia of this country when called 
into action." Bisshopp s despatch, 1 Dec., 12. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 85 



WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 

Ensigns Romaine Rolph. 
8 Aquila M. Walsh, 20 Apr., 13. 



1 Had been Lieut. Prince of Wales American Volunteers. Died 1854. 

1 Formerly Lieut, in Indian Dept. Commanded the Militia at Turkey Point, 
Dover Mills and Port Talbot. G. O. 7 Apr., 13. 

8 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp (despatches) ; commanded 1st Norfolk at 
Frenchman s Creek, 28 Nov., 12, (despatches and wounded) ; present at Nanticoke. 
Colonel 3rd Middlesex 13 June, 22. 

4 Present at Detroit, Frenchman s Creek (wounded). Joined Incorp. Battl n. 

5 Son of Dr. Thomas Eolph. Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. Died at 
Dundas, 25 July, 1875. 

6 Present at Nanticoke. Promoted Major 26 Apr., 24. 

7 Present at Lundy s Lane. 

8 Had been Sergeant in McCall s Company. 



2ND REGIMENT OF NORFOLK MILITIA. 

Engagements : Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 

Fort Erie, 28th Nov., 12. 
Nanticoke Creek, 13th Nov., 13. 
McCrae s House, 15th Dec., 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 
Malcolm s Mills, 6th Nov., 14. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Robert Nichol, 12 Feb., 12. 

2 Major George C. Salmon, 11 Feb., 12. 
Adjutant William Gordon. 

3 Quartermaster Henry Metcalfe (acting.) 

Albert Berdan. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

4 Captain Nathaniel White. 

5 Abraham A. Rapelje, 12 Feb., 12. 
William McCracken. 

Lieutenant William Gordon, 12 Feb. 12. 

Jonathan Austin. Captain 13 Jan., 18. 

6 Titus A. Williams. 

Ensign Isaac Gilbert. Promoted Lieut. 
Philip Beemer. 



86 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

7 Captains Samuel Ryerse, 12 Feb., 12. 
William Park, 12 Feb., 12. 
William Drake, 12 Feb., 12. 
William Robinson, 12 Jan., 12. 
# Henry Metcalfe, 21 Jan., 14. 

William Francis. 
Lieutenants Benjamin Mead. 

McFarland F. Wilson. Captain 14 Jan., 18. 
Jacob Lemon. 
fa 3 Abraham Massecar. 

John Lampman. Joined Incorp. Militia. 
Thomas Francis. 

fa 9 Ensigns John Conrad, 13 June, 14. 
fa 10 James McQueen, 13 June, 14. 

Dennis Shoaf. 

George J. Ryerse, 27 July, 14. 
P. Girty. 
12 Timothy Collver. 



I Appointed Quartermaster-General of Militia, which see. 

- Commanded detachments from 1st and 2nd Norfolk, 5th Lincoln and York 
Rc^ts. on Brock s expedition to Detroit (despatches). 

3 Sergt, Metcalfe acted as Quartermaster on the Detroit expedition, medal 
and clasp; commanded party which captured American post at McCrae s, in 
Ealeigh Township, Dec., 1813. "Promoted Captain for his loyalty, gallantry and 
indefatigable zeal." G. O. 25 Jan., 14. Lt.-Colonel 19 May, 40. 

4 Died on service, 15 March, 14. 

5 Joined Incorporated Militia. Became Lt.-Colonel 1st Norfolk, 26 Apr., 24, 
vice Bostwick promoted Colonel 3rd Middlesex. 

6 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp ; taken prisoner at Sugar Loaf Hill, 17 
June, 13. Lt.-Colonel Titus Williams died at Port Robinson, 7 May, 79. 

7 Formerly a Captain 3rd Battl n New Jersey Volunteers. 

8 Murdered by John Dixon and others in October, 1814. 

9 Had been a private. Ensign Conrad served at Turkey Point under Williams 
from 25 Feb. 24 March, 15. 

10 Private McQueen was promoted an officer for gallant conduct at McCrae s ; 
had been at Fort Erie, 28 Nov., 12 (wounded) ; Lt.-Colonel 8th Middlesex, 10 
Nov., 46. 

II See also Prideaux Girty, 1st Middlesex, as these may be identical. 

12 Deserted to the enemy. 

13 Had been a private. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 
IST REGIMENT OF OXFORD MILITIA. 

Engagements: Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 

Nanticoke Creek, 13th Nov., 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 
Malcolm s Mills, 6th Nov., 14. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Henry Boat wick. 
ft 2 Major Sykes Tousley, 19 May, 12. 

William Brown. 
ft 3 Adjutant John Eakins. 

Quartermaster Ensign William McCartney (acting). 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Captain Marvil White, 5 Sept., 07. 
ft 4 Lieutenant Joseph Baker. 
ft John Williams. 

FLANK COMPANY. 
ft * Captain John Carroll. 
ft 6 Lieutenant Bla Brewster Brigham. 
ft 7 William Botsford. 

RIFLE COMPANY. 

ft 6 Captain Bla Brewster Brigham, 5 Nov., 12. 
ft Lieutenant Abner Owen. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

6 Captains David Curtis. 
Ichabod Hall. 
John Malcolm. 
Lieutenants Jacob Yeigh. 
Daniel Brown. 
William Teeple. 
Fin lay Malcolm. 
ft 8 Ensigns Abner Decow. Lieut. 4 June, 1*7. 

Brown. 

William McCartney. 



1 Commanded at Nanticoke. Died at Woodhouse, 27 July, 16, aged 34 (?) 

2 Lt. Oxford Regt., 1802. Captain 1807. Commanded Flank Companies, Oxford. 
s Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. Identical with Major Eakins, 1st 

Middlesex. 



88 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

WESTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

4 Deserted and joined the enemy (Ontario Crown Lands Kecords). 

5 Killed by the fire of our Militia whilst a prisoner with the enemy, 27 Aug., 14. 

6 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. 

7 Went to the enemy (Ontario Crown Lands Records). 

8 Volunteered and served as a Private (Ontario Crown Lands Records). 



IST REGIMENT OF MIDDLESEX MILITIA. 

Engagements : McCrae s House, 15th Dec., 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 
Malcolm s Mills, 6th Nov., 14. 

ft 1 Colonel Hon ble Thomas Talbot, 12 Feb., 12. 
2 Lt.-Colonel Mahlon Burwell, 13 Feb., 12. 
8 Major John Eakins. 
Adjutant John Potts. 

James Nevill, 25 March, 14. 
Quartermaster Sylvanus Reynolds, 29 Dec., 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft Captain David Secord, 12 Feb., 12. 

ft Lieutenant William Saxton, 13 Feb., 12. 

ft 3 Ensign Benjamin Willson. Lieut. 27 June, 16. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 4 Captain Daniel Springer, 13 Feb., 12. 
ft Lieutenant William Bird, 12 Feb., 12. 
ft Ensign Joseph Defields, 14 Feb., 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 
Captains Oilman Wilson, 14 Feb., 12. 
Leslie Patterson, 15 Feb., 12. 
Samuel Edison, 16 Feb., 12. 
Daniel Rapelje, 25 March, 14. 
Edward Watson. 
Lieutenants Moses Rice. 

Gideon Tiffany, 14 Feb., 12. 
Samuel Axford. 

Ensigns Daniel Mclntyre, 12 Feb., 12. 
David Davis, 13 Feb., 12. 
Samuel Harris, 17 Feb., 12. 
Prideaux Girty. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 89 

WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued) 

1 Founder of the Talbot Settlement. Had been Ensign 66th, 24 May, 1783 : 
went on half pay 1784 ; Lieut. 24th, 26 Dec., 87 ; Capt. 85th, 21 Nov., 93 ; Major 
6 March, 94 ; Lt.-Colonel 5th, 12 Jan., 96. 

2 "A Member of the House of Assembly ; was active against the enemy on all 
occasions ; they made a sudden incursion on the Talbot Settlement, found him 
in bed ill and dragged him away to Detroit a prisoner, and from thence into 
Kentucky. His house having been burned, all his property destroyed and his 
family driven off." L. and P. Society s Report. 

3 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. Mentioned in Metcalfe s report for his 
services at McCrae s. 

4 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. "Taken prisoner by the disaffected, 1 
Feb., 14, who took him to Kentucky ; he returned in time to share in the glory 
of the battle of the Falls." L. and P. Society s Report. 

5 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. 

6 Living in 1875. 

7 There is a "P. Girty," 2nd Norfolk. 

8 See 1st Oxford. 



IST REGIMENT OF ESSEX MILITIA. 

Engagements : Brownstown, 5th Aug., 12. 
Maguaga, 9th Aug., 12. 
Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 
Frenchtown, 18th Jan., 13. 
Frenchtown, 22nd Jan., 13. 
Miami, lst-9th May, 13. 
Fort Meigs, 5th May, 13. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 



1 Colonel Matthew Elliott. 

2 Lt.-Colonel James Allan. 



ft 3 Major Ebenezer Reynolds. Lt.-Colonel 21 Sept., 13. 

George Benson Hall, late Prov. Marine, 21 Sept., 13. 
ft 22 Adjutant William Duff. 

Quartermaster Robert Innis. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 4 Captain William Caldwell, Jr. 

ft 5 Lieutenant James Gordon, 6 June, 09. Promoted Captain. 

ft William McCormick. Promoted Captain. 

ft 7 Ensign Thomas Caldwell. Promoted Lieutenant. 

ft 8 Nicholas Lyttle, 12 July, 12. 



90 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

WESTERN DISTRICT (Continued.) 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 9 Captain William Elliott. 
ft Lieutenant John Little, 
ft 10 Ensign Thomas Girty. 
ft James W. Little. 

MARINE COMPANY. 

12 Captain William Buchanan. 

Lieutenant 
ft 13 Ensign John McCormick, 12 July, 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

14 Captains Laurent Bondy. 
William Mills. 

16 Jean Baptiste Barthe. 

17 Maisonville. 

Lieutenants John Brush, 5 June, 09. 

Charles Reaume. 
Alexis Laporte. 
Antoine Bonford. 
ft 19 Ensigns Charles Fortier. 
ft 20 Francis Caldwell, 12 July, 12. 

u Windle Wagley. 

Peter Scratch. 

18 James Stockwell. 



1 Member of the Legislature, Essex, 1801-12. Present at Detroit (gold medal) ; 
Frenchtown, 22 Jan., 13 ; Miami, lst-9th May, 13. Died on service, 7 May, 14. 

2 Died during September, 1813. 

3 Commanded Flank Companies, 1st and 2nd Essex. Present at Detroit 
(medal and clasp), Frenchtown, 18th and 22nd Jan., 13 (despatches). Sheriff for 
Kent, 1833. 

4 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp), Frenchtown and Miami. 

5 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp), Frenchtown (severely wounded) ; 
attached to Provincial Marine and commanded a gun-boat. Afterwards Member 
Legislative Council. 

6 Present at Frenchtown (wounded). Member of Assembly, 1813-17. 

7 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp), Frenchtown ; attached to Q. M. Gen 
eral s Staff. 

8 Promoted from a private in Caldwell s. Present at Detroit (medal and 
clasp), Frenchtown and Miami. 

9 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp) , Frenchtown and Miami : see Western 
Rangers. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



91 



WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 



10 Died 18th September, 1814. 

11 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp), Frenchtown. 

12 Present at Frenchtown, Fort Meigs. Died 19 Sept., 13. 

13 Promoted from a private in Caldwell s. 

14 Killed at sortie from Fort Meigs, 5 May, 13. 

15 Present at Frenchtown (wounded.) 

16 Died during 1812. Repeated, evidently, in 2nd Essex. 

17 Probably identical with one of the Maisonvilles, 2nd Essex. 

18 Superseded 23 Jan., 13, being "Absent without leave." 

19 Probably identical with Charles Fortier, Master s Mate, who received medal 
with clasp Detroit. 

20 Promoted from a private. Present at Detroit (medal and clasp). Member 
for Essex, 1835-40. 

81 Member for Kent, 1817. 
" Acting Barrackmaster. 

2ND REGIMENT OF ESSEX MILITIA. 

Engagements : Brownstovvn, 5th Aug., 12. 
Maguaga, 9th Aug., 12. 
Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 
Frenchtown, 22nd Jan., 13. 
Miami, lst-9th May, 13. 

1 Colonel William Elliott. 

ft n Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Baby. 

2 Major Thomas McKee. 

3 John Askin, 22 Sept., 13. 

4 Adjutant William Smith, 2 July, 12 (acting). 
1 John Gentle, 25 July, 12. 

10 Quartermaster James Mclntosh. 

5 Alexander Pringle, 3 July, 12. 

FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 7 Captain James Askin. 

ft l Lieutenant Alexander D. Askin, 9 July, 12. 

ft 1 Ensign William Hands, Jr., 9 July, 12. 

. FLANK COMPANY. 

ft 5 Captain Alexis Maisonville. 

ft 5 Lieutenant Joseph Parent, 9 July, 12. 

ft 5 Ensign Joseph Eberts, 9 July, 12. 



92 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 

TROOP OF CAVALRY. 

4 Captain William Smith, 9 July, 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

1 Captains Jean Baptiste Barthe. 
Richard Pattinson. 
Julien Labute, 9 July, 12. 
Toussaint Maisonville, 9 July, 12. 
James Woods, 9 July, 12. 
-fa Alexis Labute. 

Pierre Labute. 
Lieutenants Jean Baptiste Petre. 

Thomas P. Reaume. 

Jean Baptiste Labadie. 

James McGregor. 

Pierre Reaume. 

Duncan Mclntosh, 9 July, 12. 

Alexis Parent. 

Dedine Batishon. 

William Smith, (Adjutant.) 

5 Ensigns Alexander Pringle, 9 July, 12. 

Bryce W T oods, 9 July, 12. 
Jean Baptiste Ouillette, 9 July, 12. 
Charles Smith, 9 July, 12. 
Claude Gouin, 17 July, 12. 
Hypolite Janisse (acting). 
Jacques Parent (acting). 
William Shaw (acting). 
1 John Gentle. 



1 Present at Detroit. 

2 Had been a Captain 60th Keg t., Feb., 1796. Succeeded his father, Colonel 
Alexander McKee, as Deputy Superintendent Indian Affairs, 1799. Member of 
Assembly, Kent District, 1796, and of Essex, 1801. Present at Detroit, French- 
town and Miami. Died about Sept., 1814. His great grandson, W. J. McKee, 
was M.P.P. for North Essex, 1894-1902. 

3 Superintendent Indian Dept. Died 1 Feb., 1820, in his 58th year. 

4 Present at Detroit. Identical with Captain Smith of the Cavalry. 
6 Present at Detroit and Frenchtown. 

6 Present at Detroit and Frenchtown. Member of Assembly, 1813. His son, 
Richard, was Lieutenant in 16th Lancers, 1832, afterwards exchanging into the 
97th Foot. 

7 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp ; Frenchtown and Miami. Served also 
in the Western Rangers. Registrar of Essex, 1831. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 93 

WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 

8 Superseded 23 Jan., 13, being "absent without leave." 

9 This name appears in print usually as "Garvin." Present at Frenchtown 
(wounded). Served also in the Western Rangers. 

10 Present at Detroit. Son of Hon ble Angus Mclntosh of Moy, Hudson s Bay 
Co y. Agent. Afterwards the Mclntosh of Mclntosh. 

11 Brother of Col. Hon ble Jacques Baby. Member of Assembly, Kent, 1792. 
Present at Detroit. Died 1850, aged 86. 



IST REGIMENT OF KENT MILITIA. 

Engagements : Miami, lst-9th May, 13. 

Longwoods, 4th March, 14 (Kent Volunteers). 

fe l Colonel Hon ble Jacques Baby de Rainville. 
Lt.-Colonel 
Major 
Adjutant 

LOYAL KENT VOLUNTEERS. 

Captain 

<& 2 Lieutenant John McGregor. Promoted Captain. 
& 3 Ensign James McGregor. Promoted Lieutenant. 
& 4 Ensign William Peck. 

FLANK COMPANY, f 

^ 6 Captain George Jacobs, Sr., 3 May, 05. 
<& 5 Lieutenant William Sterling, 2 May, 05. 
*fc 6 Ensign John Peck. Lieutenant 2 July, 12. 
George Jacobs, Jr., 12 April, 13. 

RIFLE COMPANY f 

5 Captain John Dolsen, 2 July, 12. 

7 Lieutenant Isaac M. Dolsen, 4 July, 12. 

2 Ensign John McGregor, 12 April, 13. 

CAPTAIN SHAW S COMPANY. IT 

^ 9 Captain William Shaw, Sr., 2 May, 05. 
Lieutenant John Williams. 
Ensign Christopher Arnold. 

Also called Western Volunteers. 

t From Ontario Crown Lands Records. 

H" From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. 



94 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 
CAPTAIN DOLSEN S COMAPNY. IF 

5 Lieutenant Commanding William Sterling, 12 April, 13. 

Lieutenant Robert Peck, 3 July, 12. 
8 Ensign Hugh McCallum. 

CAPTAIN MCCRAE S COMPANY. 

Captain Thomas McCrae. 
"& Lieutenant David McKargar. 

TROOP OF DRAGOONS. 

8 Captain George Jacobs, Sr. 

Lieutenant 
^ Cornet Charles Fisher, 10 July, 12. 



1 Eldest son of Hon ble Jacques Duperon Baby. Born at Detroit, 1763 ; died at 
Toronto, 19 Feb., 1833, aged 70. Had been Inspector of Finances, U.C., and 
President of the Legislative Council. Identical with Colonel James Baby. 

2 From a pay-list, 25 Aug. 24 Sept., 12, it is evident that he had been a Sergeant 
in Captain John Dolsen s Company. Present at Detroit, McCrae s (despatches), 
and Longwoods (wounded). 

3 Had been a Private in John Dolsen s Company. Present at Detroit. Men 
tioned in Metcalfe s Report of 23 Dec., 13. Wounded at Eiver Thames, 9 July, 

14. Received 50 from the Loyal and Patriotic Society in recognition of "his 
bravery during the War." 

4 Had been a Private in Western Rangers. 

5 Present at Miami, 1st to 9th May, 1813. 
8 Served also in Western Rangers. 

7 Son of Matthew Dolsen. Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. 

8 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. Had been Sergeant in Jacob s Com 
pany. See also Western Rangers. 

9 Formerly a Sergeant of Grenadiers in 5th Foot, in which he served 20 years, 
taking part in first American War. Discharged in 1794. Made an officer in 
Militia same year. Three sons were actively employed during the war of 1812- 

15, one being killed. (Ontario Crown Lands Records). Present at Miami, 1st- 
9th May, 1813. 

IT From Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 95 



WESTERN DISTRICT. (Continued.) 

WESTERN RANGERS. 

(CALDWELL S RANGERS.) 

Engagements : Miami, lst-9th May, 13. 

Longwoods, 4th March, 14. 
Chippawa, 5th July, 14. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 

<& l Captain William Caldwell, Sr. 

# 2 Captain William Elliott. 

-ft 3 Captain James Askin. 

<& 4 Lieutenant Thomas Caldwell. 

*fe 5 Lieutenant Claude Gouin. 

<fr 6 Lieutenant John Peck. 

-fa 7 Ensign Francis Caldwell. Promoted Lieutenant. 

*fe Ensign James Heward. 

*fe 8 Ensign Hugh McCallum. 



1 Commanded up to 24 May, 14. Appointed to Indian Department. Formerly 
Captain Butler s Hangers. 

1 See 1st Essex. Appointed to Indian Department. 

3 Took over the command 24 May, 14. See 2nd Essex. 

4 See 1st Essex. 

5 Sometimes misprinted as "Garvin." Kesigned. See 2nd Essex. 

6 See 1st Kent. 

7 Son of Lt.-Colonel Wm. Caldwell. Served upon Lake Erie. See 1st Essex. 

8 See 1st Kent. 



THE INDIAN COUNTRY 



MICHIGAN FENCIBLES. 

Engagements : La Prairie du Chien, I7th-19th July, 14. IT 
Michilimackinac, 4th Aug., 14. 

-fa l Captain William Bailey. 

ft 2 Captain William MacKay, 5th S. E. M., 25 Jan., 14. Bvt.-Major 

15 Apr., 14. 

ft Captain John Johnstone. 
ft 3 Lieutenant James Pullman. 

ft 4 Ensign Jean Jacques Porlier. Lieut. 25 Feb., 15. 
5 Ensign Amable Dusang, 25 Feb., 15. 



1 Had been Clerk in Commissariat Dept. at Kingston. Appointed Storekeeper 
at St. Joseph s, 25 Apr., 12. 

2 For previous services see 5th Battl n Select Embodied Militia. Was Lt.- 
Colonel commanding expedition from Mackinac to Fort Shelby. Died at Montreal 
1832. 

3 Appointed Commissary and Barrackmaster at Fort MacKay, 25 Feb., 15. 

4 Joined from the Mississippi Volunteers 25 Feb., 15. Present at capture of 
Prairie-du-Chien ; remained at Fort MacKay until peace. Son of Capt. Jacques 
Porlier, Green Bay Militia. 

5 Had been a Sergeant in the Mississippi Volunteers. 



MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEERS. 

Engagements : La Prairie du Chien, I7th-20th July, 14. IF 

1 Captain Andrew Bulger, 1 March, 15. 

2 Lieutenant James Keating, 1 March, 15. 
ft 3 Captain Thomas G. Anderson. 

Raised at Mackinac by Mr. Bailey (Colonial Office Records, C. 257, page 154.) 
Capt. MacKay appointed to command, 25 Jan., 14 (Can. Archives, M. 195 D.) ; 
disbanded at ^Mackinac, 24 July, 15 (Can. Archives, C. 702, page 194.) 

IT Identical with Fort Shelby ; called Fort MacKay after Major William MacKay. 
After peace was re-named by U. S. authorities Fort Crawford. 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 97 



THE INDIAN COUNTRY. (Continued.) 

4 Captain Joseph Rolette. 

6 Lieutenant Jean Jacques Porlier. 

6 Lieutenant Louis Tesson Honore (acting). 



1 A native of Newfoundland. Ensign R.N.F., 26 Oct., 04 ; Lieut. 30 July, 06 ; 
Capt. 23 Feb., 15. Present at Detroit (medal and clasp). Served in command 
at the Newfoundlanders whilst acting as Marines. Fort George, Dec., 12. 
Chrystler s Farm, (clasp.) Commanded military expedition for the relief of 
Mackinac ; naval medal for boat actions, Tigress and Scorpion ; was at Fort 
Shelby, 3 Nov., 14, to 22 May, 15. Governor of Bed River, 1822. Died at Mon 
treal, March, 1858. 

2 See below. 

3 Present at Fort Shelby (despatches). Appointed Captain Indian Dept. 1 Sept. , 
14., which see. 

4 Present at Fort Shelby (despatches). Brother of Lieut. Fred. Rolette, Pro 
vincial Marine. 

5 Present at Fort Shelby (despatches). Transferred to Michigan Fencibles, 25 
Feb., 15. 

6 Present at Fort Shelby (despatches). Was Commissary to the expedition, 
and, in addition, acted as Lieutenant in Rolette s Company. 



MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. 

Engagement : La Prairie du Chieri, I7th-20th July, 14.11 
1 Lieutenant Commandant James Keating. 



1 Had been a Sergeant, R.A., and was appointed to this office in recognition of 
his services at Fort Shelby. Received silver medal 1793-1814, with clasp 
"Martinique." 

DEASE S MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEERS. 

Engagements : La Prairie du Chien, I7th-20th July, 14. 1F 

fa 1 Captain Francis Michael Dease. 

fa Captain Pierre Grignon, Sr. 

fa 2 Lieutenant Jean Jacques Porlier. Promoted Captain. 

Called Prairie-du-Chien Militia in Lt.-Col. MacKay s despatch. 



98 THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



THE INDIAN COUNTRY. (Continued.) 

Lieutenant Michel Brisebois, Jr. 
3 Lieutenant Joseph Rainville. 



1 A cousin of Sir John Johnson. Present at Fort Shelby (despatches.) Ap 
pointed Captain Indian Dept., 2 Sept., 14. Was Sub-Indian Agent under Lt.- 
Colonel R. Dickson. 



2 See Michigan Fencibles and Mississippi Volunteers. 
8 Lieutenant and Interpreter, Indian Department. 



CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS. 

Engagements: Michillimackinac, 17th July, 12. 

La Prairie-du-Chien, I7th-20th July, 14. 
Michillimackinac, 4th Aug., 14. 

1 Majors Toussaint Pothier, Sr, 
Lewis Crawford. 

3 Adjutant Louis Honore*. 

4 Captains John Johnston. 

Charles Oaks Ermatinger. 
Jean Baptiste Nolin. 
r Lieutenants Joseph Rolette. 
Jacques Porlier. 
Paul Lacroix. 
9 Xavier Biron. 



1 See Lower Canadian Militia (Montreal District.) Present at surrender of 
Mackinac. 

* Present at Mackinac, 4 Aug., 14. 

3 See Mississippi Volunteers. 

4 May have been Johnston of Sault Ste. Marie. 

5 Present at surrender of Mackinac. 

6 Illness prevented his going to Mackinac, 17 July, 12. (Les Canadiens de 
1 Ouest, Tasse, page 149.) 

7 Afterwards Captain Mississippi Volunteers. 

In Capt. Roberts expedition from St. Joseph to Mackinac, this corps, whilst 
under Major Pothier, is called "Canadians," "Canadian Voyageurs," and "Corps 
of Voyageurs ;" under Major Crawford the name appears as "Canadian Volun 
teers." (Can. Archives, C. 676, page 156). 



THE UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA. 99 

CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS. (Continued.) 

8 Born at Montreal, 1765. Lieut. Montreal Militia, 1791. Present at surrender 
of Mackinac ; also at Mackinac, 4 Aug., 14. 

9 Interpreter Indian Department. 



GREEN BAY MILITIA. 

i 

Engagements : La Prairie-du-Chien, I7th-20th July, 14. 

1 Captain Commanding, Jacques Porlier, Jan., 15. 

2 Captain Pierre Grignon, Jan., 15. 

3 Lieutenant Powell. 



1 See Canadian Volunteers. 

2 See Dease s Mississippi Volunteers. 

3 Present at Fort Shelby (despatches). 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF MILITIA. 

ft ] Lt.-Colonel Francois Vassal de Monviel, 9 Oct., 11. 



DEPUTY ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Xavier Tarieu de Lanaudiere, 9 Oct., 11. 
ft 3 Major Jean Thomas Taschereau, Nou. Beauce, 28 Sept., 12. 
4 Lt.-Colonel C. Chaussegros de Lery (acting), 14 July, 13. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

ft 5 Captain Louis Bazile Pinguet, from 2nd Que., 22 May, 12. 

6 Captain Pierre Charles Godefroy Chevalier de Tonnancour, 2nd 

Que., 12 April, 13. 
ft 7 Lieutenant William Berczy (acting), 20 July, 13. 



1 Served in one of Carleton s Canadian Companies during American War, 1775- 
83 ; also in Holland under the Duke of York ; Capt. 1st Battl n, E.C.V. ; appointed 
D.A.G., Lower Canada, 26 Dec., 07 ; Adjutant-General 1811 to 1841 ; died at Que 
bec, 25 Oct., 43, aged 85. 

2 Served as an officer in the Three Kivers Militia during the first American 
war ; died during the autumn, 1812. A brother-in-law of Colonel Francois Baby. 

8 Major 3rd Nouvelle Beauce, 5 April, 12. Was succeeded by Michel L. J. 
Duchesnay, late Capt. Can. Voltigeurs, as D.A.G., on 27 March, 27. Died 1832. 

* See also Quartermaster-General s Staff. Acting D.A.G. at Montreal, 14 July, 
13 ; ordered to Kingston, 20 July, 13. 

6 Son of Charles Pinguet de Vaucour, who was a Lieut, in 7th Company, Can 
adian Militia, during blockade of Quebec, 1775-76. Born at Quebec, 1777; died 
3 Aug., 1853. Kesigned 12 April, 13. His brother, Lieut. Charles Casimir 
Pinguet, Can. Fencibles, was at Chateauguay. There was also a Louis B. 
Pinguet, Ensign 4th S. E. M. 

6 Heir of Charles Antoine G. Chevalier de Tonnancour ; born at Three Kivers, 
1790 ; appointed A.-A.G., vice Pinguet, deceased ; died at St. Martinville, Louis- 
ana, 24 Aug., 21. 

7 Appointed D.A.G., Montreal, during Lt.-Col. Taschereau s absence, G.O., 
20 July, 13. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 101 

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL OF MILITIA. 
1 Lt.-Colonel Louis Joseph Fleury Deschambault, h. p., 109th, 
25 Apr., 12. 

DEPUTY QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. 

ft Lt.-Colonel Charles Fremont, St. Valier Div., 22 May, 12. 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. 
ft 2 Captain Charles Chaussegros de Lery, 1st Que. Town, 22 May 12. 
ft 3 Captain James Milnes, 2nd Beauharnois (acting), 28 bept., 12. 
Captain Jacob Glenn, Townships Militia. 

SPECIAL SERVICE. 

ft Lieutenant Ralph Taylor. 



Born at Quebec, 1756; served during the Revolutionary TOO 
? 

"^^ 



Watte ville s. 

1 Promoted Major 1 Sept., 12. 

3 "Killed in action." This may have been confounded with the death of Capt. 
Mimes, D.Q.M.G., page 5. __ 

DEPUTY PAYMASTER-GENERAL. 

ft Lieutenant John Stewart, 10 May, 12. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF HOSPITALS. 

ft l Francois Blanchet, Esquire, M. D., 22 May, 12. 

PRINCIPAL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
CHAMBLY HOSPITAL. 

ft 5 George Stubinger. 

STAFF SURGEONS. 

ft 6 Marc Pascal de Sales La Terriere, Esquire, M. D., 1 Dec., 12. 
ft George Carter, 21 Nov., 12. 



102 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 

DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

Captain Antoine Louis Levesque, 2nd Montreal, 22 May, 12 

15 Dec., 13. 

ft Captain Philippe Aubert de Gaspe, 1st Quebec, 23 May, 12. 
ft z Captain Joseph Louis Papineau,5th S.E.M.,15 Dec.,13-20 Apr.,19. 

3 Ensign Andrew William Cochran, 6th E. M., 7 July, 13. 

CHAPLAINS. 

Messire Poulin de Courval, 25 June, 12. 

4 Messire Francois Robitaille, 28 Dec., 12. 



1 Dismissed from militia by Governor Craig, in 1808, for being the proprietor 
of a seditious newspaper. Prevost, however, appointed him to the head of 
Militia Medical Staff. Member for Hertford, 1809. Died at Quebec, 1830, 
"entoure dn respect.de tous." 

4 The great i^pineau. Born 7 Oct., 1786 ; died at Montebello, 1875. Major 3rd 
Battl n, Montreal, 3 Ma.y, 30. 

3 Se>3 (royernar s Staff, page 1 ; also Embodied and Quebec Town Militia. 
* Appointed Chaplain to the Embodied Militia by G.O., 12 Feb., 13. 
6 This may have been an army appointment. 

6 Son of Dr. La Terriere, Inspector, Forges St. Maurice, 1775-83. The elder 
son, Pierre, was Surgeon of the Voltigeurs. Member Leg. Council, 1832. Died 
30 March, 72. 



COMMISSARIES OF TRANSPORTS. 

Quebec District : 

1 Colonel Hon ble Francois Baby. Resigned Nov., 12. 

2 Lt.-Colonel F. Vassal de Monviel, 25 Nov., 1227 Apr., 13. 

3 Lt.-Colonel Hon ble A. L. Juchereau Duchesnay, 27 April, 13. 
Montreal District : 

ft 4 Lt.-Colonel Hypolite St. George Dupre. 

5 Lt.-Colonel Charles Fremont, 22 Nov., 12. 
Three Rivers District : 

6 Colonel Thomas Coffin, 25 April, 12. 



ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES OF TRANSPORTS. 

Lieut. Jourdain La Brossie, Sed. Militia, 17 May, 13 25 Feb., 14. 

Lawrence Kidd, 25 Feb., 14. 
Captain Gabriel Leroux, 25 Sept., 12. 

5 Captain Jacob Glenn, D.A.Q.M.G. Militia, 23 Nov. ; 12 2 Dec.,12. 
Captain Toussaint, Beloeil Militia, 22 Dec., 12. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 103 

ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES OF TRANSPORTS (Continued.) 

Captain Andrew Dominique Pambrun, Vaudreuil Militia, 22 
Oct., 12. 

Francois Trudeau, 18 Dec., 13. 

Lieut. P. Papineau, Lieut, of Ferrymen at Longueuil. 

1 Served under de Beaujeu at Monongahela ; Captain Can. Militia, Oct., 1775 ; 
also throughout siege of Quebec, 1775-6 ; Lt.-Colonel 1778 ; Commissary of Trans 
ports 1779 Adjutant- General 1781 ; Chairman of Commission to promote the 
efficiency of the Militia, 1802 ; Member Leg. Council, 1792. Died 9 Oct., 1820, 
aged 87. 

7 See Lower Canadian Militia Staff. 

8 Member Legislative Council, 1811. Died at Beauport, 17 Feb., 25. 

4 Served during first American war as Commissary of Corvees, 26 May, 1775 ; 
Major Canadian Militia, Montreal, 9 June, 1775 ; Member for Huntingdon, 1792-96. 
Died 11 June, 24. 

5 To the Waggon or Sleigh Train of Corvees of De Kottenburg s Division. 

Member Leg. Council, 1817. Died 19 July, 41. See Three Kivers Militia. 



STAFF OFFICERS. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Charles Michel de Salaberry, 1 April, 12. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Hon ble Charles William Grant. 
11 Lt.-Colonel Hon ble Olivier Perrault. 

3 Lt.-Colonel Joseph Bouchette, 26 March, 13. 

4 Lt.-Colonel Pierre Amable de Boucherville, Prov. A.D.C. 

4 Lt.-Colonel Hon ble Michael Henry Percival, Prov. A.D.C. 
4 Lt.-Colonel Edward Brabazon Brenton, Prov. A.D.C., 19 Nov.,12. 
6 Lt.-Colonel Hon ble William McGillivray, late Voyageurs, 30 
Sept., 12. 

6 Major Archibald McLeod, late Voyageurs, 2 Oct., 12. 

7 Major Alexander McKenzie, late Voyageurs, 1 Sept., 14. 

8 Major Jean Pierre Rastel de Rocheblave, late Voyageurs, 

1 Sept., 14. 

9 Captain Hon ble Edward Bowen, 16 June, 12. 

10 Captain Louvigny de Montigny. 

12 c F. Grece, for the Sedentary Militia. 

James Young, Brigade Adjutant, Montreal, 17 Oct., 13. 



1 See Canadian Voltigeurs. 

2 Afterwards 5th Baron de Longueuil. See Beauharnois Militia. 

3 See Quebec Volunteers. 

4 See Governor Prevost s Personal Staff. Member Ex. Council, 1812. 



104 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA STAFF. 

6 See also Corps of Voyageurs. Member Leg. Council, 1814. His commis 
sion was to extend to the Indian and conquered countries, and to bear date 30 
Sept., 12. Died 16 Oct., 25. 

6 His commission to extend to the Indian and conquered countries, and to 
bear date 2 Oct., 12. 

7 Supposed to be Sir Alexander McKenzie, the celebrated explorer. His com 
mission to extend to the Indian and conquered countries, and to bear date 1 
Sept., 14. 

8 His commission to extend to the Indian and conquered countries, and to 
bear date 1 Sept., 14. Member Leg. Council, 1832. Died 5 Oct., 40. 

9 Was appointed Attorney-General, Lower Canada, 1808. 

10 Had been Captain 1st Batt. Koyal Canadian Volunteers. 

11 Member Ex. Council, 26 June, 12. 

12 Died at St. Therese de Blainville, 12 March, 44, Charles Frederick Grece, 
aged 73. 



PROVINCIAL CORPS OF LIGHT INFANTRY. 

"CANADIAN VOLTIGEURS." 

Engagements : Salmon River, 23rd Nov., 12. 

Sackett s Harbour, 29th May, 13. 
Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 
Chrystler s Farm, llth Nov., 13. 
Missisquoi Bay, 26th March, 14. 
LaColle, 30th March, 14. 
Cape Vincent, 14th May, 14. 
Lake Champlain, 26th Jane, 14. 
Odelltown, 28th June, Sept., 14. 
Plattsburg, 6th-llth Sept., 14. 

1 Major Commandant Charles Michel de Salaberry (Bvt. Major 

60th), 1 April, 12. 

2 Major and Deputy Superintendent Frederick G. Heriot (Captain 

49th). Major comd g 12 Mar., 14; Lt.-Col. comd g 11 
Apr., 14. 

3 S. B. Torrens (Captain 1st), 25 March, 13. 

^ 4 Adjutant Lieut. John Le Breton (Lieut. R. N. F.), 25 April, 12. 
ft 6 Lieut. John Hebden Nov., 12. 

6 Adjutant of a detachment, James Prendergast, 29 July, 13. 
ft Quartermaster Augustin Germain, 25 April, 12. 

7 John Porter, Nov., 12. 

ft 8 Charles McCarthy (Lieut. 10th R.V.), 3 Sept., 13. 

ft Paymaster James Green, 25 April, 12. Resigned Aug., 12. 

ft 9 Lieut. Thomas Place, 1 Aug., 12. 

ft 10 Lieut. John Moorhead, 1 June,14. Resigned 22 Aug., 14. 

ft u Lieut. John Stean (49th,) 25 Aug., 14. 

ft Surgeon Pierre de Sales La Terriere, 25 April, 12. 

ft 12 Robert Ivory, (3rd Foot). 

ft 13 Asst.-Surgeon Toussaint Casimir Truteau, 10 Jan., 13. 

ft u * Louis M. Raphael Barbier, 24 July, 14. 

ft Jean Baptiste Herigault. 

VV 15 Charles Alexandre Lusignan, 25 Jan., 15. 

Raised by Major de Salaberry in Lower Canada in Spring, 1812. Col. Cruik- 
shank s "Record of the Services of Canadian Regiments in the War of 1812," 
(Can. Military Institute Transactions, No. 10,) gives an interesting history of 
this corps. The flank companies 4th S. E. M., were attached to the Voltigeurs 
by G. O., 3 Aug., 13, and ten days later, the Frontier Light Infantry. The Vol 
tigeurs were disbanded in March, 1815. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



^T Captains Joseph Francois Perrault, 15 Apr., 12. To 4th S E M 

25 Mar., 13. 

^T * Jean Baptiste Juchereau Duchesnay, 15 April, 12. 

ft r Michel Louis Juchereau Duchesnay, 15 April, 12. 

ft L Benjamin Ecuyer, 15 April, 12. 

ft l< Jean Baptiste He rtel de Rouville, 15 April, 12. 

ft Jacques Viger, 15 April, 12. Dismissed by G. 0., 

14 Nov., 13. 

William Johnson, 25 Mar., 13. 

ft 2 Chas. Tache, from 4th S. E. M., 11 April, 14. 

ft * Emanuel D Auberville, 25 May, 14. 

ft * First Lieuts. Jacques Clement Herse, 15 April, 12. Capt. 10 

Feb., 13. 
ft * Jacques Adliemar, 15 April, 12. Capt. 20 Mar., 13. 

Edward Louis Prendergast, 15 April, 12. 
ft * Thomas Henry, 15 April, 12. 

ft * Narcisse Duchesnay, 15 April,! 2. Capt. 15 Nov., 13. 

ft v John Francis McKay, 15 April,! 2. Capt. 25 Jan., 14. 

ft John LeBreton - Adjutant. 

ft Thomas Place, 1 Aug., 12. Paymaster. 

ft M John Charles D Estimauville de Beaumouchel, 

25 Dec., 12. 

Daniel de Hertel,from 2nd Emb. Militia, 10 Feb., 13. 
George Hicks McLean, 25 March, 13. 
ft John Hebden, 1 Aug., 13. 

30 Second Lieuts. Henry J. Bouthillier, 12 Feb., 13. Lieut. 25 

Jan., 14. 

ft SI Louis Guy, Jr., 4 Feb., 13. Lieut. 15 Nov., 13. 

Simon Clark, from Que. Voltrs., 25 March, 13. 

William Clark, from Que. Voltrs., 25 March, 13. 

ft M William David Johnson, 25 March, 13. Lieut. 

25 Nov., 14. 
ft ** Norbert Vigneau, from Que. Voltrs., 25 March, 

13. Lieut. 25 Dec., 14. 
ft M Maximilien Globenski, 29 March, 13. Lieut. 8 

Feb., 15. 
ft S7 Louis Cramer, 1 Feb., 13. Lieut. 1 May, 13. 

John Porter,25 Aug., 13, from Quartermastership. 
James Prendergast, 15 Nov., 13. 

ft 3 Pierre Chrystologue Pambrun, 25 Jan., 14. 

ft Z9 Charles Turgeon, 25 Feb., 14. 

Charles Dumoulin, 25 Feb., 14. 
ft " Etienne St. Dizier, 25 Jan., 15. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 107 

15 Second Lieuts. John Buchanan, 25 Jan., 15. 
ft 41 William Kitson, 8 Feb., 15. 

Louis Provencher. Joined Canadian Chasseurs, 

11 Apr., 14. 

ft 42 James Harvell. 

ft John Moorhead, Paymaster. 

43 H. J. Thomas. 



1 Ensign 60th, 10 April, 1793; Lieut. 25 Aug., 94; present at Martinique; 
served on the Walcheren expedition, 1795 ; Capt. -Lieut. 13 July, 99 ; Capt. 10 
July, 99 ; Bvt. -Major, 4 June, 11 ; Lt.-Colonel in L. C. Militia, 1 April, 12 ; Major 
Commandant Voltigeurs, April, 12 ; Commandant and Superintendent and Lt.- 
Col. in the Army, 29 Sept., 12 ; Major, 18 Nov., 13 ; Lt.-Colonel, 28 March, 13; 
Inspecting Field Officer, Light Troops, 11 April, 14 ; Commanded at Chateauguay 
(gold medal) ; was at LaColle ; to h.p. 25 July, 15 ; C.B. 3 Feb., 17; Member Leg. 
Council, 1818 ; died 27 Feb., 29. 

2 Capt. 49th, 20 Nov., 06. Bvt. -Major, 10 June, 13. Appointed to Voltigeurs, 
25 Mar., 13. Bvt. Lt.-Col., 11 Nov., 13. Commanded Voltigeurs at Sackett s 
Harbour, relief of Burlington (July, 13), Chrystler s Farm (gold medal, des 
patches). Went on half-pay, 25 July, 15. C.B., Provincial A. D.C., April, 21. 
Colonel, 22 July, 30. Maj. -General 23 Nov., 41. Died at Drummondville, L.C., 
30 Dec., 43. 

3 See also pages 9 and 13. 

4 Lieut. Koyal Newfoundland Kegt., 5 Mar., 07. Kesigned Adjutancy 3 Oct., 12. 

5 Had been a Sergeant 8th. Present at attack and capture of Martinique 
(medal, with clasp) ; also at Chateauguay (despatches, clasp). Went on half -pay, 
25 July, 15. 

6 Had been Qr.-Mr. Sergeant 100th. Acting Adjutant of a detachment of 
Voltigeurs under Major Heriot, who writes in high terms of his gallantry (Can 
adian Archives, C. 797.) See also 5th S. E. Militia. 

7 This name also appears as "Porteous." Had been a Sergeant in 8th. Resigned 
as Qr.-Mr. 25 Aug., 13. 

8 Eeverted to his former rank in the army (G. O. 2 Oct., 16). Died at Drum 
mondville, L. C., 1 May, 17, aged 38. 

9 Died 31 May, 14, aged 38. 

10 Appointed D.A.A.G. 25 Aug., 14. Lieut. Glengarry L.I. 24 Nov., 14. 

11 Sgt. Stean appointed Quartermaster 49th, 14 July, 12. Was Lieut, and 
Adjutant 49th. Reverted to his former rank in the army, G. O., 2 Oct., 16. 

12 Asst. -Surgeon 3rd Foot, 23 Nov., 09. Reverted to his former situation in 
the army, G. O., 2 Oct., 16. 

13 Went to the Canadian Chasseurs, 25 April, 14. 

14 From Surgeon St. Ours Sed. Militia. Resigned 25 Jan., 15. 

15 To half -pay 25 July, 15. St. Dizier died at St. Anicet, 13 March, 49, aged 52. 

16 Lieut. R. Can. Voltrs. 1793-02. Lieut. 60th 2 Jan., 06. Present at Chateau 
guay (despatches.) Major 25 Feb., 14. To h.p. 25 July, 15. Prov. A.D.C. to 
Lord Dalhousie, 28 March, 21. Died 12 Jan., 33. 



108 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

17 A brother of the above and brother-in-law of Col. Chas. M. de Salaberry. 
Ensign 60th 9 May, 05. Lieut. 2 Jan., 06. Present at Chateauguay. Kesigned 
25 Jan., 14. D.A. General, L.C., 23 March, 27. Superintendent Indian Depart 
ment, Quebec, 1828. Died 17 Aug., 38. His son, E. L. A. Duchesnay, was A. A. 
General 23 May, 39. 

18 A civil engineer. Present at Chateauguay. Appointed Staff Adjutant 17 
March, 14. To iialf-pay 25 July, 15. 

19 Present at Chateauguay. Kesigned 10 Dec., 14. 

20 Born at Montreal, 1787 ; died 1858. A well-known Canadian antiquarian, 
&c. Author of "Mon Sabertache," &c. Was the first Mayor of Montreal. 

21 To half-pay 25 July, 15. Born 1784 ; died 1826. Major Kimouski Battln., 21 
Nov., 18. 

22 Had been Quartermaster in De Watteville s Kegt., 1807-14. Went to half- 
pay 25 July, 15. 

23 Joined 4th S. E. Militia, 11 April, 14. 

2i Commanded his company at Sackett s Harbour (despatches.) Prevost, 
writing to de Boucherville, says : "Adhemar est un brave, meme a 1 extreme." 

26 Went on half -pay 25 July, 15. See also foot-note 43. 

26 He was in orders as having been appointed an Ensign, Can. Fencibles, 1 
Sept., 12, which he resigned 25 March, 13. Present at Chateauguay (despatches, 
medal with clasp). To half -pay 25 July, 15. Was a nephew of the two Captains 
Duchesnay. Major Beauport Division, 1 May, 18. 

27 His name, according to orders, was "John McCoy." A son of Capt. John 
McKay, 1st S. E. Militia. Went on h.p. 25 July, 15. Died at St. Eustache, 8 
July, 20. 

28 Joined from 1st S. E. M. Promoted Captain 25 Dec., 14. Present at 
Sackett s Harbour, Fort George, Chrystler s Farm and Plattsburg. Joined 1st 
S. E. M. as Ensign at age of 15 years, 7 months. Promoted Captain Voltigeurs 
before reaching his 18th year. Died at Quebec, 8 Jan., 30. (Can. Courant, 16 
Jan., 30). 

29 Joined from 2nd S. E. M. Kesigned 8 Feb., 15. Was at Chrystler s Farm 
(medal with clasp.) Lt. -Colonel 2nd Batt ln York, L. C., 4 Sept., 27. Died in 
the spring of 1866. 

30 To half-pay, 25 July, 25. Died 29 March, 41. 

81 Eldest son of Hon. Louis Guy ; was known as "Le Beau Guy." Had served 
in the Garde-du-Corps of Charles X. To half -pay 25 July, 15. Became a Lieut, 
in 89th Foot. Died at Trinidad, W. I., 27 March, 41, in his 44th year. His 
brother officers placed a mural to his memory in the Cathedral at Port of Spain. 

12 Went on half-pay 25 July, 15. 

38 Present at Chateauguay (medal and clasp.) To half-pay 25 July, 15. 

34 Present at Chateauguay. 

36 Went on half -pay, 25 July, 15. "A deserving officer," (Can. Archives, C. 797.) 

36 Present at Chateauguay, medal and clasp. Born 1793 ; died 1866. To half- 
pay 25 July, 15. A Captain during 1837-38. 

37 Cramer had been Sgt. -Major in Voltigeurs ; appointed Lieut, vice Prender- 
gast, deceased. Kesigned 25 Nov., 14. 

38 "Sergeant Pambrun displayed much bravery in action." To half -pay, 25 
July, 15. Son of Capt. Pambrun, Commissary of Transport. Born at L Islet, 1792. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 109 

39 Resigned January, 1815. A surveyor. Died at Montreal, 10 Aug., 28, aged 59. 

40 Also described as "Des Meules." Had served as a volunteer in 49th. Ap 
pointed to De Watteville s, 25 April, 14. 

41 Sergeant Kitson had distinguished himself on several occasions in Upper 
Canada ; also as a Corporal at Odelltown, where he received a severe wound. 
(Can. Archives, C. 797). Went to half -pay, 25 July, 15. 

42 This name appears in different places as John and James "Hatsall," 
"Haroils," &c. See 2nd S. E. M. 

43 "One month s leave of absence is granted to Lieut. H. J. Thomas," G. O. 
23 April, 14. The insertion of this Thomas may be a repetition of Lieut. Henry 
Thomas, page 108. 

44 Had been in Quebec Volunteers and 4th S. E. M. 

45 His name also appears as "Edward P." Died 30 April, 13. 



THE FRONTIER LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Engagements : Odelltown, 28th June Sept., 14. 

^ l Major Lewis Ritter (100th,) 20 July, 13. Major Commandant, 

25 Apr., 14. 
2 Captain Joseph Richardson. Exchanged to 3rd S.E.M.,12 July,13. 

John Jones. Retired 20 Sept., 13. 
^ 4 Charles Kilborn, 25 Aug., 13. 

ft 5 Joseph St. Valier Mailloux, 12 July,13. From 3rd S.E.M. 

9 Louis Olivier Faribault, 25 Feb.,14. From 1st S. E. M. 

ft John Savage, Sr. 

ft Lieutenant John Savage, Jr., 25 Aug., 13. Dismissed 20 Mar., 14. 
Ambroise Marchand. From 3rd S. E. M. 
Hugh McQuarters, 25 Aug., 13. From 4th S. E. M. 
ft 6 Ensign James Harvell, 25 Aug., 13. 
ft Alexander Steele. Promoted Lieut. 20 March, 14. 

Abraham G. Steele, 25 Aug., 13. 
7 Robert B. Hudson, 20 March, 14. 



The Frontier Light Infantry was formed of two companies drawn from the 
six Battalions Townships Militia. G.O., 13 Aug., 13, attached them to the Can. 
Voltigeurs, of which Corps they became Nos. 9 and 10 Companies, by G. O. 10 
June, 14. Major Ritter rejoined his Regiment. This Corps served from May, 
1813, to its disbandment, 24 March, 15 ; the officers were not placed on half-pay. 



110 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANY OF MILITIA VOLUNTEERS.^ 
(ATTACHED TO THE FRONTIER LIGHT INFANTRY). 

tV 8 Captain Oliver Barker. To Frontier Light Infantry, 25 Feb., 14- 



1 Promoted from Lieut. 60th (24 Mar., 04,) to Captain 100th, 8 Oct., 11. Present 
at Odelltown (despatches). 

1 From 1st Townships Militia. Exchanged with Capt. Mailloux. 

8 From 2nd Townships Militia. 

* From 3rd Townships Militia. Lt. -Colonel Stanstead Battln, 12 July, 30. 

5 Appointed to the Indian Warriors, 25 Feb., 14. 

6 Transferred to Canadian Voltigeurs, which see. 

7 Promoted for his distinguished conduct, G.O. 13 April, 14. Living in 1875. 

8 Commanded an expedition against Derby, Vt., 27 Dec., 13. Thanked in 
G. O. 9 Jan., 14. See 3rd Townships Militia. Died at Quebec, 8 Nov., 19. 

9 See 1st Battln S. E. Militia. 

IT Formed at St. John s, 12 May, 13. Wore same uniform as Can. Voltigeurs. 



THE QUEBEC VOLUNTEERS. 
MOTTO : "Pro Aris et Focis." 

1 Major Commandant Joseph Bouchette, from 1st Que. Town, 25 

Nov., 12. 

9 Adjutant George Stewart, 25 Nov., 12. To 4th S.E.M., Feb., 13. 
Quartermaster Remi Quirouet,25 Nov.,1 2. To 4th S.E.M.,Feb.,13. 

2 Paymaster Thomas Green, 25 Nov., 12. 

3 Captains William Johnson, to 4th S. E. M. 

Joseph Vigneau, to 3rd S. E. M. 

Joseph Shuter, to 3rd S. E. M. 

Peter Bedard. 

Louis Plamondon, to 6th E. M. 

Robert Christie, to 4th S. E. M. 

Theodore Besserer, to 6th E. M. 

Roger Raby. 

Norbert B. Doucet, to 3rd S. E. M. 

7 Lieutenant H. Rolette, to 6th E. M. 

Charles H. Gauvreau, to 6th E. M. 
Simon Clark, to Voltigeurs. 
William Clark, to Voltigeurs. 
D. McLean. 
D. Lefebvre. 

Guillaume Bouthillier, 25 Nov., 12. 
Thomas Green, Paymaster. 
9 George Stewart, Adjutant. 

Thomas Harman. 

ft Toussaint H. Goddu, to 3rd S. E. M. 

Robert Wilkie. 

8 Ensign Narcisse Faribault, to 6th E. M. 

Clarke. 

Vigneau. 

Peter Lukin, Jr., to 2nd S. E. M. 
Hugh McQuarters, to 4th S. E. M. 

1 Had been a Lieut, in Provincial Navy. Lieut. R. C. Volunteers, 1793-02. 
Surveyor-General, L.C., 1804. Author of a number of works on the topography 
of Canada. Died at Montreal, 9 April, 41, aged 67. 

This Corps [Grenadier and Light Companies, 4 Battalion Companies and a 
brigade (battery) of Light Artillery] , was raised by Major Bouchette, and com 
menced doing garrison duty at Quebec 30 Dec., 12. Its life was of short dura 
tion, as the officers were posted to other regiments early in 1813, Major Bouch 
ette being appointed an Inspecting Field Officer. 



112 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

2 From the Military Secretary s office. Appointed 1st Clerk, Q.M.G-. Depart 
ment, 25 Feb., 13, at 7 sh., 6 pence a day, vice R. Moorhead, resigned. 

3 Had been a Lieutenant Royal Canadian Volunteers. 

4 Was 1st Lieutenant Light Company, 2nd Quebec Town. 

5 Was 1st Lieutenant Grenadier Company, 2nd Quebec Town. 

6 Was Lieutenant of Artillery, 2nd Quebec Town. See 3rd S.E.M. 
T Was Ensign 2nd Quebec Town. 

8 Was Ensign 1st Quebec Town. 

9 Had been Sergeant-Major 103rd Foot. 



CANADIAN LIGHT DRAGOONS. IT 

Engagements : Beaver Dams, 24th June, 13. 
Schlosser, 4th July, 13. 
Black Rock, llth July, 13. 
Moraviantown, 5th Oct., 13. 

1 Captain Thomas Coleman, 30 Jan., 13. 

2 Lieutenant Benjamin Holmes, 30 Jan., 13. 

3 Cornet Pierre Lefebvre, 3 March, 13. Resigned 20 Dec., 14. 

4 George Nelson (acting). 
Quartermaster Godfrey Eisenhart. 



1 Afterwards Lt. -Colonel Hastings Militia. 

2 Taken prisoner of war during Procter s retreat, 3 Oct., 13. Appointed acting 
Ensign Can. Fencibles, 8 Aug., 14. Was afterwards cashier Bank of Montreal, 
M.P.P., and finally Collector of Customs, Montreal. 

3 Killed a deserter who resisted him, for which he was tried for wilful murder. 
(Can. Archives, C. 700, p. 96). Captain Simon McNab, of Moira s Creek, recom 
mended for appointment in his place. 

4 Having failed to get his quota of men for a Cornetcy, he joined as a volunteer 
on Procter s retreat. (Can. Archives, C. 703, p. 216). Acting Cornet, March, 
1814. (Can. Archives, C. 704, p. 2). 

11 Enlistment authorized 21 Jan., 13. A levy in the District of Montreal autho* 1 - 
ized, G. O. 29 April, 13 ; disbanded 24 May, 15. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 113 

CORPS OF PROVINCIAL ROYAL ARTILLERY DRIVERS. 

*fc Second Lieuts. James Mason Godard, 6 Jan., 13. 1st Lieut. 30 

Mar., 13. 

Joseph Octavie Bastien, 9 March, 13. 
< i Thomas Boston, 30 March, 13. Promoted 1st 

Lieutenant. 

2 Richard Frost, 29 Jan., 14. 

3 Richard Brown, 25 Feb., 14. 



1 Resigned 25 Feb., 14. 

3 Was Sergt. -Major 19th Light Dragoons. Appointed Fort Adjutant at Fort 
Wellington, 22 May, 15. 

3 Was a Sergeant in 19th Light Dragoons. 

Formed 11 January, 13, and attached to the Royal Artillery in Montreal Dis 
trict. Transferred to the Ordnance Establishment 1 July, 13. Disbanded 
March, 1815. 



CORPS OF CANADIAN VOYAGEURS. 

Engagements : St. Regis, 23rd Oct., 12. 
LaColle, 20th Nov., 12. 

ft l Lt.-Colonel Honble William McGillivray, 30 Sept., 12. 
ft Major Angus Shaw, 2 Oct., 12. 
ft ; Archibald Norman McLeod, 2 Oct., 12. 

ft 2 Adjutant Lieut. Edward Cartwright, 2 Oct., 12. 
ft Quartermaster James E. Campbell, 2 Oct., 12. 
ft n Paymaster ^Eneas Cameron, 2 Oct., 12. 
ft Surgeon Henry Munroe, 2 Oct., 12. 
ft 3 Captains Alexander McKenzie, 2 Oct., 12. 
ft William McKay, 2 Oct., 12. 

John McDonell, 2 Oct., 12. 

ft l Jean Pierre Rastel de Rocheblave, 2 Oct., 12. 

ft James Hughes, 2 Oct., 12. 

ft Kenneth McKenzie, 2 Oct., 12. 

ft * Lieutenants Edward Cartwright. 
ft 6 James Stanley Goddard, 15 Oct., 12. 

ft Joseph McGillivray. 

Joseph McKenzie. 

Peter Grant. 

ft Bazile Vannier. 

ft 7 Ensigns William Hall, promoted Lieutenant. 
ft Pierre Perras. 

ft James Maxwell. 

ft John McGillivray. 

ft 8 Andre Baron. 

ft 9 Pierre Rototte, Sr. 

ft Joseph Louis Gaulthier. 

ft 10 Pierre Rototte, Jr., 24 Oct., 12. 

1 See Staff Officers, page 103. 

1 Was Lieut. 41st Foot, 29 Jan., 07 ; appointed Adjutant Voyageurs, 2 Oct., 12 ; 
Adjutant 5th S. E. M. 25 March, 13 ; Staff Adjutant, 13 Nov., 13 ; went on half- 
pay from 52nd. Died at Kheims, France, about September, 1819. There was 
also a Captain Edward Cartwright of the Can. Fencibles, who had been an Ensign 
in the 60th. 

This Corps was raised by the North- West Fur Company about October, 1812, 
and was disbanded at Lachine, 14 March, 13. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 115 

8 See Staff Officers, page 103. This may have been Sir Alexander Mackenzie, 
who crossed the continent 1792-93, knighted in 1802, and was afterwards mem 
ber for the County of Huntingdon. 

* Was appointed to 5th S.E.M. 16 March, 13, and from that Corps to the com 
mand of the Michigan Fencibles, 25 Jan., 14. 

5 Was Ensign Cornwall and Osnabruck Militia, 20 June, 1788; present at St. 
Kegis ; Lt. -Colonel 1st Prescott, 1 April, 22 ; was Judge Ottawa District ; died 1840. 

9 A Canadian by birth. Ensign 5th Foot, 1787 ; served in Holland, 1799 ; 
exchanged into 69th about 1808 ; left the army and enlisted as a private in 72nd ; 
appointed from clerk in Commissary Department ; re-appointed clerk, 25 June, 
13. (Can. Archives, C. 797, p. 101). Died 13 Aug., 14. 

7 Wounded and prisoner of war at St. Regis, 23 Oct., 12. 

8 Died at Montreal, 18 Aug., 22, aged 65. 

Killed at St. Kegis, 23 Oct., 12. See following footnote. 

10 Appointed vice his father, killed in action. See also 5th S.E.M. 

11 Died at Montreal, 8 Sept., 22, aged 65. 



PROVINCIAL COMMISSARIAT VOYAGEURS. 
Head-quarters Lachine. 

Superintendent Asst. Com.-General Isaac W. Clarke, 29 April, 13. 
Deputy Superintendent Dep.-Asst.-Com. -General John Finlay, 

29 Apr., 13. 
ft Captain Pierre Roy. 

Lieutenants Antoine Lafreniere. 

Joseph Timothy Gaudet. 
<& Venant Roy. 

^ Louis L Africain. 

Paymaster and Quartermaster Lieut. Joseph Timothy Gaudet 
(acting). 

The formation of this Corps was authorized in G. O. 8 April, 13, with an 
establishment of 1 Superintendent (Lt. -Colonel), 1 Deputy Superintendent 
(Major), 1 Captain, 14 Lieutenants and 1 Paymaster-Quartermaster. 



THE MILITIA LIGHT INFANTRY BATTALIONS. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Hercules Scott, 103rd. 

1ST BATTALION.1T 

Engagements : Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 

2 Lt.-Colonel William Smelt, 103rd, 24 May, 13. See 2nd Batt. 

George R. J. Macdonell, G. L. I., 14 June, 13. 
Robert Macdouall, G. L. L, 11 Nov., 13. 

5 Major Jean Baptiste P. D Estimauville, Jr., 3rd S. E. M. 
10 Adjutant John Tupper Connell, Lieut. 1st, 1 April, 13. 

George Jackson, Lieut. 1st, 23 May, 13. 
9 Quartermaster John Duncan, Sgt. 1st, 24 May, 13. 

2ND BATTALION.! 
Engagements : 

6 Lt.-Colonel Peter William De Haren, Can. Fencibles, 19 May, 13. 

William Smelt, 103rd, from 1st Battalion, 6 June, 13. 
Major the Senior Captain of the Line. 

7 Adjutant - - Charleton, Lieut. 103rd, 25 May, 13. 

John Le Couteur, Lieut. 104th. 
Surgeon Charles Waring, Asst. Surgeon 8th, 28 May, 13. 



1 G.O., Quebec, 4 May, 13. Colonel in the Army 4 June, 13. Mortally 
wounded at assault on Fort Erie. 

1 Cornet 4th Queen s Own Dragoons, 16 March, 1798; Lieut. 11 Dec., 99 ; Capt. 
21 March, 05; Major 28 Jan., 08; Lt.-Colonel 4 June, 14; Colonel 22 July, 80; 
Major-General 23 Nov., 41 ; Lt.-General 11 Nov., 51. Present at taking of Platts- 
burg, Oswego (despatches), Lundy s Lane, Assault on Fort Erie (wounded). 
Served during Burmese war, 1824-26 ; was at capture of Rangoon. C.B. 1826. 
Colonel 37th 11 April, 51. 

3 See pages 27 and 28. 

4 Appointed during Macdonell s absence. 

The right and left flank Companies of the Select Embodied Militia were by 
G.O. 12 April, 13, incorporated with the Light Infantry of the Line into two Light 
Battalions. Disembodied 25 Nov., 13. 

IF The First Battalion was formed at Kingston, II. C., and was composed of the 
two flank companies of the 2nd and 5th S.E.M., and the first flank company of 
the 3rd S.E.M. (G.O. 30 June, 13.) 

t The Second Battalion was formed at Chambly, and was made up of the two 
flank companies of the 1st and 4th S.E.M., and the second flank company of the 
3rd S.E.M. (G.O. 30 June, 13.) 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 117 

5 See 1st and 3rd Battlns., S.E.M., and Can. Chasseurs. 

6 Lieut. 60th, 30 Dec., 1797; Capt. Can. Fencibles, 20 Aug., 03. 

7 Lieut. 103rd, 31 Dec., 07. 

8 Ensign 15 Nov., 10; Lieut. 27 Nov., 11 ; Capt. 15 Aug., 17; went to h.p. 25 
Aug. ,17. "Capt. Le Couteur served during the whole war as Adjutant to DeHaren, 
who commanded the Light Division under Vincent and DeRottenburg on the 
Niagara Frontier ; was at Sackett s Harbour, battle of Niagara, storming of Fort 
Erie, Cross Roads and many skirmishes with the Light Division." (Hart s 
Annual Army List.) 

9 Appointed Barrack Sergeant at Fort George, 7 April, 14. 
10 Captain 1st 23 Nov., 15. To half-pay 25 April, 16. 



(La Milice d ^llite Incorpore e.) 

IST BATTALION SELECT EMBODIED MILITIA, 
LOWER CANADA. 

Headquarters Pointe aux Trembles. 

Engagements : Plattsburg, 31st July, 18. 

Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 

ft l Lt-Colonel Louis de Salaberry, 25 May, 12. Retired 25 Oct., 12. 

2 Thomas Pierre Joseph Taschereau, 24 Oct., 12. 

ft Major A. L. Juchereau Duchesnay, 25 May, 12. Resigned 24 

Sept., 12. 

Jacques Voyer, 25 Sept., 12. To 4th S.E.M. 26 Oct., 12. 
ft Major (super) Pierre Laforce, 25 Sept., 12 ; en pied 26 Oct., 12. 
ft J. W. Woolsey, 26 Oct., 12. Resigned 29 July, 13. 

3 Adjutant Jean B. P. D Estimauville, Jr., 25 May, 12. 

James Hinckes, 25 Mar., 1325 Sept., 13. 
* John C. Reiffenstein, 21 Nov., 13. 

ft Thomas Bird Ahern, 12 April, 14. Resigned 8 June,14. 

20 Gray, 11 June, 14. Cancelled 1 Aug., 14. 

ft 5 Andrew Christian Burke, late 100th, 1 Aug., 14. 

Philip Ryan (Ensign 10th), 9 Jan., 15. 
Quartermaster John Coates, 25 May, 12. 
Paymaster Major Jacques Voyer, 25 May, 12. 
Major Pierre Laforce, 25 Sept., 12. 
Major John William Woolsey, 26 Oct., 12. 
ft Ensign John Jones, 6 Feb., 13. 

ft 6 Surgeon Joseph Painchaud, 25 May, 12. 

Asst.-Surgeon Francois Fortier, 25 March, 13. 
Chaplain Messire Poulin de Courval, 25 May, 12. 
Captains Pierre Laforce, 25 May, 12. Promoted Super., Major. 
John William Woolsey, 25 May, 12. Promoted Super., 

Major. 

Bernard A. Panet, 25 May, 12. Promoted Major 29 
July, 13. 

Embodied 8 May, 12; disembodied at Quebec, March, 15. Isle d Orleans 
furnished 191 men ; St. Valier, 440 ; 1st Division de Lotbiniere, 388 ; 2nd Division, 
101 ; Nouvelle Beauce, 349 ; 4th Division, Quebec, 276 ; Cap Sante, 276 ; Beauport, 
272 ; Baie St. Paul, 260 ; Biver Ouelle, 430 ; and Bimouski, 202. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 119 

ft 7 Captains Pierre Bazin, 25 May, 12. 

ft 8 Philippe Panet, 25 May, 12. 

ft John McKay, 25 May, 12. 

ft Olivier F. de La Gorgendiere, 25 May, 12. 

Jean B. Philippe D Esbimauville, Jr., 25 May, 12., Adju 
tant. 

Pierre Joseph Godfrey de Tonnancour, 25 March, 13. 
ft Joseph Isaie Boudreau, 11 April, 14. From Can. 

Chasseurs. 
ft Leon Bernard Leprohon, from Can. Chasseurs, 11 

April, 14 
24 Lieutenants Stephen Samuel McKay, 25 May, 12. Captain 25 

Sept., 12. 
ft James Hinckes, Adjutant. Promoted Captain 25 

Sept., 13. 
ft 12 George Godfroy de Tonnancour, 25 May, 12. 

Promoted Captain. 

Joseph de Varennes,25 May, 12. Resigned 6 June,12. 
Etienne de Varennes, 25 May, 12. Resigned 8 

June, 12. 

Joseph Stephen McKay, 25 May, 12. 

ft 13 George Finlay, 25 May, 12. Captain 26 Oct., 12. 

ft Louis Garie py, 25 May, 12. Captain 25 March, 13. 

ft Pierre Garneau, 25 May, 12. 

ft M Olivier Boudreau, 8 June, 12. Resigned 25 

Sept., 12. 

ft Laurent Rolette. Promoted Captain 7 March, 14 

ft James Prendergast,from Can. Chasseurs,! 1 April,! 4. 

Pierre Perras, from 2nd S. E. M., 25 April, 14 
ft l5 Henry Beaulieu, 25 April, 14 ; from 4th S. E. M. 

ft Peter Lukin, Jr., 25 April, 14; from 2nd S. E. M. 

Ignace Bernier, 25 April, 14 ; from 4th S. E. M. 
ft ll Jacques Lemoine Martigny, 25 April, 14; from 

Beauharnois S. M. 

Nicholas Brunet, 25 April, 14. Resigned 25 May,14 
ft Jacques Raymond Baby, 26 May, 14. 

4 John C. Reiffenstein, Adjutant. 

ft Ensigns Jean Etienne Faribault, 25 May, 12. Lt. 6 June, 12 ; 

Capt. 29 July, 13. 
Louis Rolette, 25 May, 12. 
14 Thomas Fortier, 25 May, 12. 

ft Edouard Larue, 25 May, 12. Lieut. 25 Sept., 12. 

ft Seraphin Primeau, 25 May, 12. Lieut. 26 Oct., 12. 



120 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

-ft Ensigns Louis Me*thot, 25 May, 12. Lieut. 29 July, 12. 

j Antoine Parent, 25 May, 12. 

$- Augustine Mercure, 25 Mav, 12. 

VV 22 Louis Olivier Faribault, 6 "June, 12. Lt. 25 Mar., 13. 

John Charles D Estimauville, 25 Sept., 12. To Volti. 
25 Dec., 12. 

Pierre Durocher, 28 Oct., 12. 

^ 8 Louis Eustache McKay. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 

^ Francois Mount. Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

^ 26 John Stephen Holt. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 

John Jones, Paymaster. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 

Edouard Vignau, 25 Mar., 13. Lt. 25 Nov., 13. 
^ 15 George Johnson, 25 Mar., 13. 

ft 5 Andrew Christian Burke, 25 Mar., 13. Promoted Lieut. 

Felix Brunet, 25 Mar., 13. 

18 Christopher Dease, 25 Mar., 13. Resigned 25 Sept., 13. 

^ Charles Galarneau. Lieut. 25 Sept., 13. 

Louis Benjamin Gamelin, 29 July, 13. Res. 25 Nov., 13. 
ft Hyppolite Lusignan, Jr., 25 Sept., 13. Resigned 8 

Apr., 14. 

J. L. Launiere, 26 Sept., 13. Did not join. 
^ z 3 Francois Laurent, Jr. Lieut. 20 Nov., 13. 

^ Janvier Paifer (James Payfer), 25 Nov., 13. Lieut. 

23 May, 14. 

^ Richard Pierre Sauvage, 25 Sept., 13. Lieut.24 May,14. 

ft Pierre Paul Lacroix, 25 Nov., 13. Lieut. 25 May, 14. 

Jacob Graves, 25 Nov., 13. 

Jean Baptiste Bonenfant,7 Mar.,14. Resigned 8 Apr.,14. 

Thos. Ainsly Young, 8 Apr., 14. 

Andre Herigault, 8 Apr., 14. 

ft 19 Pierre Bernard De Cousse, 25 April, 14. 

ft Gregorie Ferre, 25 Apr., 14. 

A 26 Pierre Verrault, 23 May, 14. 

Edward Starnes, 24 May, 14. Did not join. 

John Connolly, 25 May, 14. Cancelled 22 Aug., 14. 
ft Joseph Edge, 25 June, 14. 

ft Henry Stubinger, 16 July, 14. 

J. A. Young. Resigned 16 July, 14. 
14 Jean Baptiste Langelier. 

ft C. H. Gauvreau. 

ft Louis Carrier. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 121 

1 Ignace Michel Louis Antoine d Irumberry de Salaberry, father of Col. de 
Salaberry of the Voltigeurs. Served through the siege of St. John s, 17 Sept. 
3 Nov., 1775 ; twice wounded. Was at Saratoga, 16 Oct., 77. Went on h.p. 1783. 
Major K. C. V. 1793-02. Succeeded Lt.Col. Deschambault as Deputy-Superin. 
tendent Indians, Quebec Dist., 1801. M.L.C., 1817. Died 22 Mar., 28, aged 75. 

I See 4th S. E. M. 

8 Born 1783 ; died 17 Sept., 23. Capt. 1st Batt., Quebec Town. To 3rd S.E.M. 
25 March, 13. See also 3rd Battln. and Can. Chasseurs. 

4 See Staff Adjutants. 

6 Was at Fort Niagara, Black Eock, Chippawa ; resigned from 100th and went 
to L. C. His name in the Army List is given as "Bourke." He spells his name 
in Can. Archives, C. 700, p. 92, as "Andrew C. Burke." Died at Laprairie, 6 

Sept., 28. 

Surgeon 2nd Batt., Quebec Town. 

7 From Yamaska Division. Had been Ensign Carleton s Canadian Corps of 
1775 ; Ensign K.C.V., 93 ; died at St. Anthony s Bay, L.C., 3 June, 20, in his 62nd 
year. 

8 Present at Chateauguay (medal and clasp.) 

9 Had been Ensign 60th. Died 30 June, 21, aged 56. Capt. J. F. McKay, 
Can. Voltigeurs, was his son. 

10 Died 20 Nov., 13. 

II From Sed. Militia, Three Rivers ; became Lt.-Col. 3rd Battl n, St. Maurice. 
Born 1788 ; died 1828. 

12 Brother of Capt. de Tonnancour, A.A.G. Born 1792 ; died 1824. 

13 Died at Quebec, 19 Apr., 15. 

14 Living in 1875. 

15 Had been Sergt. -Major. 

16 Had been Qr. -Master Sergeant. 

17 From Beauharnois Sedentary Militia. 

18 Cousin of Sir John Johnson. (Can. Archives, C. 703, p. 106.) 

19 Had been a Sergeant. Died 20 Feb., 20. 

20 Sgt. -Major 2nd 89th. Appointed Asst. Depty. Barrackmaster at Chambly 
and St. John s, 25 June, 14. 

11 To Can. Chasseurs, 11 Apr., 14. 

22 To Can. Fencibles 16 Nov., 13. Appointment cancelled 29 Nov., 13. To 
F.L.I. 25 Feb., 14. 

25 Died at Quebec, 1 Jan., 31. 

24 Present at Chateauguay (medal and clasp). Went to Can. Chasseurs, 11 
April, 14. 

26 Died at Quebec, 19 March, 24. 
26 Died 1 June, 25. 



122 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

2ND BATTALION. 
Headquarters Prairie de la Madelaine. 
Engagement : Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Hertel de Rouville, 25 May, 12. 
ft 16 Major Pierre Ignace Malhiot, 25 May,12. Lt.-Colonel 17 Oct.,12. 
Adjutant Lieut. Michel Curot, 25 May, 12. Captain 25 Mar., 13. 
John Cameron, Can. Fencibles, 25 March, 13. 
John C. Reiffenstein, 25 May, 13. 

Quartermaster David Lukin, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 25 May, 12. 

ft Rene" Boileau, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 15 Sept., 12. 

Louis Edouard Hubert, 15 Sept., 12; resigned 

24 May, 14. 

Jean Baptiste Laviolette, 24 May, 14. 
Paymaster Lieut. Francois Rolland, 25 May, 12; resigned 10 

Aug., 13. 
ft 2 Ensign Peter Lukin, Jr., 11 Aug., 13. 

Major Benjamin Frobisher, 18 April, 15. 

ft Surgeon Joseph Alexis Talham,25 May, 12 ; resigned 25 Sept.,12. 
ft Jacques Labrie, 25 Sept., 12. 

ft Asst. Surgeon Edouard Martineau, 25 March, 13. 
ft s Captains Pierre Rene* Boucher de Labruere, 25 May, 12. 2nd 

Maj. 25 Mar., 13. 

ft Pierre Weilbrenner, Sr., 25 May, 12. 

ft Pierre Grisd, 25 May, 12. 

16 Louis J. de Beaujeu, 25 May, 12. Promoted Major 

17 Oct., 12. 

13 Stephen McKay, 25 May, 12. 

ft H Piedmont de La Bruyere,25May,l 2; resigned 25 Oct.,12. 

ft 4 Philip Byrne, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 26 June, 13. 

ft fi H. Hatsall, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 25 March, 13. 

ft Narcisse Faribault. 

ft Lieutenants Francois Victoire Malhiot, 25 May, 12. Captain 

23 Oct., 12. 

ft Michel Curot, 25 May, 12. Captain 25 March, 13. 

ft Francois Rolland, 25 May, 12. Promoted Captain. 

V^ Jean Bapte Jerernie Testard de Montigny, 25 May, 

12. Captain 17 Oct., 12. 

The 2nd Battalion was supplied with men from the following Divisions : 
St. Jean Port Joli, 356 ; St. Thomas, 219 ; 1st Battln. Montreal, 137 ; 2nd Battln. 
Montreal, 234; 3rd Battln. Montreal, 164; Pointe Claire, 292; Longue Pointe,169; 
Argenteuil, 77 ; Vaudreuil, 243 ; Eiver du Chene, 143. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 123 

ft Lieutenants Guillaume Lamothe,25 May, 12. To Can. Chasseurs 

11 Apr., 14. 

J. M. de Tonnancour, 25 May, 12. 

ft 18 William Porteous,25 May, 12. Captain 25 March,13. 

ft ll Alphonse Dumont,6 June,12. Captain 25 March, 13. 

ft 3 Gamelin Gaucher,6 June,12. Captain 25 March, 13. 

ft 3 Louis Bar beau dit Boisdore", 6 June, 12. Captain 

25 April, 14. 
ft Louis Ed ouard Hubert,! 5 Sept., 12. Quartermaster. 

ft 3 Ensigns Jean Bapte Etienne Lavoilette, 25 May, 12 ; Lieut. 25 

March, 13. 

ft 6 Pierre Marasse", 25 May, 12 ; Lieut. 17 Oct., 12. 

ft z Edouard Martial Leprohon, 25 May, 12. 

ft Jean Francois Bouthillier, 25 May ,12; Lieut. 26 Oct., 12. 

ft Louis Edouard Kimber, 25 May,12; Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

7 Philippe Vignau, 25 May, 12 ; Lieut. 25 March, 13. 
ft Richard Grant, 25 May, 12 ; Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

Pierre Levesque, 25 May, 12. 

8 Jean Barbeau, 17 Oct., 12; Lieut. 25 March, 13. 
Daniel de Hertel, 26 Oct., 12; to Voltigeurs, 10 Feb., 13. 

ft J. Peregrear (Perrigo). Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

ft 3 Frederick Eugene Globenski. Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

Pierre Perras from Voyrs, 25 March, 13 ; to 1st S.E.M. 
25 Apr., 14. 

Peter Lukin, Jr., 25 March, 13 ; to 1st S.E.M. 25 Apr., 14. 

Gabriel Cote", 25 March, 13 ; resigned 23 July, 13 
ft Antoine Grise, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 25 April, 14. 

ft Alexis Campion, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 23 May, 14. 

8 J. Wallace, 25 March, 13. 

ft g J. Ryan, 25 March, 13 ; resigned 7 March, 14. 

ft Pierre E. Lafontaine,25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 24 May, 14. 

Francois Mathurin, 25 Sept., 13. 

Michel Gamelin Gaucher, 7 March, 14. 

William Levac, 25 April, 14. 

Henry Peter Penn, Jr., 25 April, 14. 

Michel Belotte Dostie, 23 May, 14. 
ft Juste Melville, 25 May, 14. 

Pierre Weilbrenner, Jr., 26 May, 14. 
ft Thomas Heywood, 27 May, 14. 

ft John Kay, 28 May, 14. 

ft Amable Lafontaine. 

ft Louis Dufresne. 



124 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

Ensigns James White. 
ft 12 Philippe Globenski. 



1 See also Chambly Division. 

2 Died 17 January, 1815. 

3 Silver medal with Chateauguay clasp. 

4 Eesigned 26 June, 13, on account of ill-health, being then at Kingston, U.C. 

5 Served also in Voltigeurs and Frontier Light Infantry. A letter in the 
Archives states that H. Hatsall resigned from this Battln, having been appointed 
to the New Brunswick Fencibles ; whilst another says he was made Quarter 
master of De Watteville s. 

6 Resigned 24 January, 15. 

7 Resigned 25 February, 15. 

8 Had been Sergeant-Major. 

9 Had been Quartermaster-Sergeant. 

10 Sergeant Cameron, Can. Fencibles, was acting Adjutant 25 March, 13. 

11 There is a conflict as to this officer s appointment. See Staff Adjutants, 
page 28, also 1st S.E.M., page 119. 

12 The two Globenskis were sons of Dr. Auguste Globenski. 

18 Son of Samuel McKay, late Royal Americans (60th). Had been Ensign 
R.C.V., 1798-02. 

14 Is this Franpois de la Bru&re-Piedmont, Ensign Royal Canadian Volunteers? 

15 See 3rd Battln Three Rivers (North) ; afterwards a Prov. A. D. C. 

16 Present at Chateauguay. 

17 Medal with clasp Chateauguay. Major Chambly Battln 23 Nov., 18. 

18 Died 12 July, 25. 

3RD BATTALION. 

A 

Headquarters Berthier. 

Engagements : Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 

Plattsburg, 6th llth Sept., 14. 

ft l Li-Colonel Honble James Cuthbert, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 25 

Sept., 13. 
ft * Major C. Sabrevois de Bleury, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 18 Mar., 13. 

This Battalion was supplied by drafts from the following Militia : Isle Jesus, 
234 men; Terrebonne, 113; Blainville, 93; L Assomption, 234; La Valtrie, 168; 
Berthier, 232 ; St. Ours, 165 ; St. Hyacinthe, 202 ; Chambly, 164 ; Beloeuil, 72 ; 
and Boucherville, 240. 



THE LOWEE CANADIAN MILITIA. . 125 

ft 3 Major Louis Gugy, 18 March, 13 ; Lt.-Colonel 25 Sept., 13. 
ft 4 Major en-second Jean Bapt. P. D Estimauville, Jr., 25 Mar., 13. 
Louis Dulongpre jSr.jfrom Chasseurs,!! Apr.,14. 
18 Adjutant Lieut. Charles Daly, 25 May, 12 ; promoted Captain. 
ft 6 James Miller, 25 March, 13. 

ft 17 John Cameron. 

ft Quartermaster John Patrick O Doherty, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 

12 Jan., 13. 

ft Isaac Phineas, 12 Jan., 13. 

ft 7 Paymaster Francois Boucher, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 25 Jan., 14. 

Lieut. John Lobsen, 25 Jan., 14. 
ft 9 Surgeon Gustav Iserhoff, 25 May, 12; resigned 25 Sept., 12. 

Samuel Doty, 25 Sept., 12. 

Asst. Surgeon J. Francois Lionnais, 25 March, 13. 
ft Captains J. B. Poulin de Courval, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 25 

March, 13. 
ft 5 Norbert Benjamin Douce t, 25 May, 12 ; promoted 

~M.a,jor-en-second 25 Sept., 13. 
ft u Joseph St. Valier Mailloux, 25 May, 12; to Frontier 

L. I. 12 July, 13. 

ft Charles Lemaitre Aug^,25 May, 12; resigned 25 Mar.,13. 

Antoine St. Louis, Sr., 25 May ,12 ; resigned 25 Mar., 13. 
ft Pierre Vezina, 25 May, 12. 

ft u Joseph Vignau, 25 March, 13. 

ft 24 Joseph Shuter, 25 March, 13. 

Joseph Richardson, 12 July, 13 ; from Frontier L. I. 
John Gray, from Chasseurs, 11 April, 14. 
ft Timothee Chalon. 

ft Lieutenants Antoine Bazin, 25 May, 12 ; Captain 25 March, 13. 
ft Etienne Renvoyze,25 May, 12; Captain 25 March, 13. 

ft 15 John Frederick Dame, 25 May, 12; Captain 25 

March, 13. 

ft 10 Francois Dezery, 25 May, 12 ; promoted Captain. 

ft 18 Charles Daly, 25 May, 12 ; Captain 25 March, 13; 

Bvt.-Major 7 Feb., 15. 

J. Loiseau Chalon, 25 May, 12 ; Captain 25 Sept., 13. 
ft John Cochrane Antrobus, 25 July, 12 ; promoted 

Captain. 
ft Charles Chevalier de Tonnancour, 25 March, 13 ; 

promoted Captain. 

Francis McCanty, from Can. Chasseurs, 25 April, 14. 
ft 17 John Cameron, Adjutant. 



126 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

ft Ensigns Petrus Noiseaux, 25 May, 12; Lieut. 25 Mar., 13 
Capt. 28 Sept., 13. 

ft 2 Benjamin Schiller, 25 May; 12 ; Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

ft M Eustache Antoine Lefebvre de Bellefeuille,25 March,13 

Captain 12 April, 14. 

ft Joseph Leblanc, 25 May, 12 ; Lt. 25 March, 13 ; pro 

moted Captain. 

ft Hercule Olivier, 25 May, 12 ; Lt. 25 March, 13 ; pro 

moted Captain. 

ft William Aird, 25 May, 12 : Lt. 25 Mar., 13 ; Captair 

8 Oct., 13. 

ft l John McGillivray, 25 May, 12 ; Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

ft l Joachim Tellier, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 25 Sept., 13. 

ft 12 George Homrick, (?Homery), 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 2( 

Sept., 13. 

ft 12 Ambroise Marchand, 25 March, 13; Lieut. 27 Sept., 13 

Toussaint H. Goddu, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 28 Sept., 13 

ft Adolphus Dame, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 28 Sept., 13. 

Louis Charles de Bellefeuille, 25 March, 13 ; resignec 

12 June, 13. 
Benjamin Kimber, 25 March, 13 ; died 30 Aug., 13. 

ft Henry Harwood, 25 March, 13. 

ft Alexis Leblanc, 12 June, 13. 

ft Uou Lemaire dit St. Germain, 30 Aug., 13. Promoted Lt 

ft James M. Prior, Jr., 25 Sept., 13 ; resigned 25 Nov., 13 

11 Andre" Terrier, 28 Sept., 13. 

ft 12 Michel Roy, 8 Oct., 13. 

Jarnes Griffin, 9 Oct., 13. 

ft 12 Antoine Lemaitre Auge, 25 Nov., 13. 

ft 13 William John Dumont, 9 April, 14 ; resigned 10 Feb., 15 

ft Thomas Aubert de Gaspe. 

ft Hyppolite Grandprd 

ft Janvier Kimber. 

ft Joseph Larue. 

ft Hyacinthe St. Germain. 

ft Edward Starnes. 

ft Pierre Guy. 

ft John Howard Willis, 10 Feb., 15. 

Peter Lukin, Jr. 
20 Antoine St. Louis, Jr. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 127 

1 A Member of Assembly for many years. Legislative Councillor, 1811. 
Was an Ensign, 60th, in 1797. Died at Berthier, 5 March, 49, aged 80. 

2 Had been Captain Royal Canadian Volunteers, 1793-02. 

3 Son of Colonel Barthelem Gugy, Sonnenberg Kegt., Chevalier Military Order 
of Merit ; born at Paris ; died at Montreal, 17 July, 40, aged 70. Had been Ensign 
in his father s Eegt. Member of Legislative Council, 1818. His two sons, Barth, 
C. A., and Thomas, served during the war as Lieut. Can. Fencibles and Ensign 
Glengarry L.I., respectively. 

* To Can. Chasseurs, 11 April, 14. See also 1st S.E.M. 

5 Medal with clasp Chateauguay. Grandfather of Capt. EmileDoucet, A. B.C. 
to General Middleton in 1885. 

6 Had been Sergeant Major 1st (Royal Scots). 

7 Born 1778, died 1861, being the last surviving officer of the Royal Canadian 
Volunteers. 

8 Was appointed from Barrackmaster at Three Rivers. 

9 Had been Surgeon in de Rhetz Regt., Brunswick Troops, 1783. 

10 Served on the gunboats on Lake Champlain. Present at Chateauguay 
(wounded), medal with clasp. 

11 Had been Sergeant-Major. 
" Had been Sergeant. 

13 "Son of the Captain William Dumont, who served under Burgoyne and died 
in Upper Canada some years ago." (Can. Archives). 

14 Captains Mailloux and Richardson exchanged 12 July, 13. Captain Rich 
ardson resigned 8 Oct., 13. 

15 Resigned 12 April, 14. 

16 Transferred to Can. Chasseurs, 11 April, 14. 

17 See 2nd Battalion, S.E.M. 

18 Medal with clasp "Chateauguay." Promoted Captain 25 Mar., 13, and 
Brevet-Major 7 Feb., 15. 

19 Had been Sergeant. Present at Chateauguay, medal and clasp. 

20 These gentlemen were recommended for appointment as Ensigns on 21 
March, 13. St. Louis had been "Sergeant and Volunteer." 

21 See 5th Battln. ; also Can. Chasseurs. This name frequently appears as 
"McCarthy." 

22 Retired with rank of Lt. -Colonel, in recognition of his faithful services, 30 
Aug., 28. 

28 Major 1st York, L.C. Asst. Adjt.-General,2 Apr., 28 Lt.-Colonel 3 Apr., 28. 
24 Medal with clasp Chateauguay. 



128 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

4TH BATTALION. 
Headquarters St. Thomas. 
Engagements : 

1 Lt.-Colonel Thomas Pierre Joseph Taschereau, 25 May, 12; to 

1st S.E.M., 24 Oct., 12. 

ft Jacques Voyer, from 1st S.E.M., 26 Oct., 12. 

ft 2 Major Louis Duniere, 25 May, 12. 

ft 3 en -second Joseph Francois A. Perrault; from Volti. 25 

Mar., 13. 

4 Adjutant Lieut. Robert Tanswell, 25 May, 12. 
ft Joachim Primeau, 3 July, 12. 

George Stewart, 14 Feb., 13. 

Quartermaster Jean Masse", 25 May, 12 ; resigned 26 Oct., 12. 
ft John McLean, 26 Oct., 12 ; resigned 25 June, 14. 

5 Louis Fromenteau, 25 June, 14. 

ft Paymaster Henry Cowan, 25 May, 12. Bvt.-Captain 25 Mar.. 13. 
ft Surgeon Gaspard Couillard, 25 May, 12 ; resigned 19 Jan., 13. 
ft Kene Kimber, 19 Jan., 13. 

Asst. -Surgeon Joseph McAllister, from S.E. 25 June, 13. 
Chaplain Messire Noel, 25 June, 12. 
ft 15 Captains Jean Baptiste Larue, 25 May, 12. 
ft Charles Huot, 25 May, 12. 

Louis Boucher, 25 May, 12. 

Charles Tactic", 25 May, 12 ; to Volt r. 11 Apr., 14. 
ft Pierre de Boucherville, 1 Aug., 12. 

Francos Verrault, 2 Aug., 12 ; did not join. 

William Johnson, from Que., Vols, 26 Jan., 13 ; 
resigned 26 Jan., 13. 

Joseph McGillivray, late Voyageurs, 25 Mar., 13. 

Joseph Carmel, 25 Mar., 13. 

Jacques Clement Herse, from Voltigeurs, 11 Apr., 14. 
ft Lieutenants J. Gaspard Boisseau, 25 May, 12 ; Capt. 8 Sept., 13. 
ft Edward Pratt, 25 May, 12; Capt. 25 Mar., 13. 

Joseph Blanchet, 25 May, 12 ; Capt. 25 June, 14. 
ft 4 Robert Tanswell, 25 May, 12. 

The 4th Battalion was formed from the following drafts : Beauharnois, 103 
men ; L Acadie, 99 ; St. Denis, 144 ; Vercheres, 101 ; Three Rivers, 323 ; St. Anne, 
169 ; River-du-Loup, 178; Yamaska, 280 ; Nicolet, 186 ; and Becancour, 216. 

Its Flank Companies were attached to the Canadian Voltigeurs, 3 Aug., 13. 
(Can. Archives, M., 195, C.) 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 129 



ft Lieutenants Henry Cowan, 25 May, 12. Paymaster. 

^f Antoine Joliette, 2 Aug., 12, 

<& Robert Christie, 26 Jan., 13 ; promoted Captain. 

^ Remi Quirouet, from Que. Vols., 26 Jan., 13. 

ft Joachim Prirneau, 15 Feb., 13; resigned 25 Sept., 13. 

Felix Brugiere, 25 Aug., 13. 
ft David Lukin. Jr., 25 Aug., 13. 

J. L. Noreau, from Can. Chasseurs, 11 Apr., 14; 
resigned 24 May, 14. 

Philippe Leprohon, from Can. Chasseurs, 11 Apr., 14. 
ft Ensigns Pierre de Tonnancour, 25 May, 12. Lt. 25 Mar., 13. 

6 Francois Xavier Pare, 25 May, 12. Lt. 25 Mar., 13. 

ft Charles Fournier, 25 May, 12. Lt. 8 Sept., 12 ; Capt. 

25 Aug., 13. 
ft Jacques Langevin, 25 May, 12. 

Hugh McQuarters,12 Feb.,13; to Frontier L.I. 25 Aug.,13. 

7 Louis B. Pinguet, 1 Aug., 12. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 
ft Peter Sheppard. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 

ft 8 Pierre Bouchard. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13; to C.C. 11 Apr., 14. 

Robert Moorhead. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13. 

Gagnon. Lieut. 25 Aug., 13. 

ft Charles Law, Jr. Lieut. 26 Aug., 13. 

ft John Miller. Lieut. 25 Sept., 13. 

ft Pierre Joseph Cresse. Lieut. 25 Nov., 13. 

ft Germain Feluet, 25 Mar., 13. Lieut. 25 June, 14. 

Henry Beaulieu, 25 Mar., 13; to 1st S.E.M. 25 Apr., 14. 
ft Ignace Bernier, 25 Mar., 13 ; to 1st S.E.M. 25 Apr., 14. 

ft 10 Peter Pratt, 25 Mar., 13 ; Lieut. 25 May, 14. 

Joseph Voyer, 25 Nov., 13. 
ft Luc Vigneau, 9 April, 14. 

ft Thomas Kimber, 25 April, 14. 

ft u Nicholas Bourgon, 25 Apr., 14. 

ft u Joseph Durnas, 25 April, 14. 

Joseph Poutre Lavigne, 25 Apr., 14. 

Francos Blondin, 25 Apr., 14. 

Besserer. Promoted Lieut. 

A. Poutre ; resigned in Feb., 14. 

Francois Brugiere. 
14 Joseph 



1 From Ste. Marie de Beauce Division. Born at Quebec, 1775. Ensign R.C.V. 
1797-02 ; M. Leg. C. 1818. Died 6 Oct., 1826. 

2 From St. Thomas Division. Died at Pointe-du-Lac, 29 Aug., 28, aged 74. 



130 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

* The Flank Companies of the 4th, under Major Perrault, were attached to 
the Voltigeurs 3 Aug., 13. (Can. Archives, M. 195, C.) 

4 Dismissed 25 Nov., 13 ; reinstated 17 Dec., 13. 

5 Had been Quartermaster Koyal Can. Volunteers, 1793-02. 

6 To Can. Chasseurs, 11 April, 14. 

7 Present at Chateauguay. 

8 Had been Sergeant. 

9 Had been 1st Clerk in Q.M.G. s Department. 

10 Had been a Volunteer and Sergeant in Can. Chasseurs. 

11 Had been Qr.-Mr.-Sergeant. 
11 Had been Sergt.-Major. 

13 Appointed Ensign New Brunswick Fencibles, 25 Mar., 14. 

14 Transferred to Militia Artillery, 9 April, 14. 

15 From Lieut. 1st Battln Quebec City. Major 4th Battln County and City 
(Quebec), 3 Aug., 30. 



5TH BATTALION. 

Engagements : 

ft l Lt.-Colonel Patrick Murray, 21 Sept., 12. 

ft 2 Major Louis Guy. 

ft 3 Adjutant Lieut. Augustin Cuvillier. 

ft ^ Lieut. Edward Cartwright (Lieut. 41st), 25 March, 13 ; 

resigned 13 Oct., 13. 
Ensign John Scott, 13 Oct., 13. 

Quartermaster William Metchler. 

ft Paymaster Thomas Andrew Turner; resigned 25 Jan., 14. 
ft Jacques Antoine Cartier, 25 Jan., 14. 

Surgeon George Selby, Jr. 
ft 4 Joseph Farnden (Asst. Surgeon 70th.) 

Asst. -Surgeon J. Baptiste Herigault. 

Captains Louis Dulongpre, Sr. ; Major-en -second 25 Sept., 13. 
ft 5 John Gray. To Can. Chasseurs 11 April, 14. 

ft Janvier Domtail Lacroix ; resigned 16 March, 13. 

ft 6 Antoine Louis LeVesque. To Staff 22 May, 12. 

ft 6 P. Dominique Debartzch. 

ft Francois Auguste Quesnel. 

Embodied by G.O., 21 Sept., 12. This corps became to be known as "The 
Devil s Own." As the results of some special inspections and reports the regiment 
was reorganized as the "Canadian Chasseurs," and the name "5th Battalion" 
abolished. See footnote to Canadian Chasseurs, page 133. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 131 

7 Captains Joseph Louis Papineau, Jr. To Staff 15 Dec., 13. 

J. R. Holland ; resigned 17 March, 13. 

8 William MacKay, late Voyageurs, 16 March, 13. 
Francois X. Bender. 

Joseph La Rochelle. 
Lieutenants Augustin Cuvillier. Captain 17 March,13 ; resigned 

9 Apr., 14. 
3 Francois X. Larocque. Capt. 13 Mar., 13; to 

Chasseurs 11 Apr., 14. 
John Molson, Sr. Captain 25 March, 13 ; resigned 

25 Nov., 13. 
Louis Michel Viger. 
Louis Bernard Leprohon. Captain 25 Sept., 13. 

10 William Berczy. Captain 26 Sept., 13; to 

Chasseurs, 11 Apr., 14. 

Charles Levasseur. Captain 25 Nov., 13; to 
Chasseurs 11 Apr., 14. 

11 Walter Davidson. 

9 Pierre Antoine Meru Panet. 

Ensign Charles Bradford, 28 Oct., 12 ; to Chasseurs 11 April, 14. 
Thomas Turner. Lieut. 25 Mar., 13 ; to Chasseurs 11 

April, 14. 
J. L. Noreau. Lieut. 13 Mar., 13. 

13 Etienne Paschal Tache, 17 March, 13 ; Lieut. 26 Nov., 13. 

12 Louis F. Dufresne. Lieut. 25 March, 13. 

John H. Powell. Lieut. 25 March, 13 ; to Chasseurs 11 

April, 14. 

21 Francis McCanty, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 27 Nov., 13. 

John M. North Carter, 25 March, 13. 

14 Joseph Herman, 25 March, 13. 

15 John Scott, 25 March, 13. 

16 L. C. Philippe Leprohon, 25 March, 13 ; Lieut. 26 Nov., 13. 
Patrick Adh<*mar,25 March, 13 ; to Chasseurs, 11 Apr., 14. 

17 Pierre Rototte, Jr., 25 March, 13, from Voyageurs ; Lieut. 

25 Sept., 13. 

Louis Dulongpre,Jr.,25 Sept.,13; to Chasseurs 11 Apr.,14. 
William Morin, 25 Nov., 13 ; to Chasseurs 11 April, 14. 

18 Antoine Lemaire dit St. Germain; to Chasseurs 

11 April, 14. 

19 James Prendergast. Lieut. 13 March, 13 ; to Chasseurs 

11 April, 14. 

Jacques Antoine Cartier. Lieut. 25 March, 13 ; to 
Chasseurs 11 April, 14. 



132 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

6 Ensign John Henry Power. 
^ James Wildgoose. Lieut. 26 Sept., 13 ; to Chasseurs 11 

April, 14. 
Louis Pierre Coutlee. 



1 Major 60th 6 Oct., 1784. Died at Montreal, 1823. 

2 Born at Montreal, 23 June, 1768 ; afterwards a Legislative Councillor. Died 
at Montreal, 17 Feb., 50. 

3 Medal with Chateauguay clasp. 

4 Asst. Surgeon 70th 12 May, 14. Died at Kingston, U. C., 11 April, 43. 
6 Acting Assistant Engineer at Coteau-du-Lac. (G. O., March, 13.) 

6 Present at Chateauguay. 

7 The celebrated Papineau. 

8 Captain William MacKay, 5th Battalion, to the command of the Michigan 
Fencibles, from 25 Jan., 14. (G. O., 5 March, 14.) 

9 Drowned at the Cedars, 13 May, 13. 

10 Acting Asst. Adjutant-General at Montreal, 20 July, 13. Medal with 
Chateauguay. 

11 Appointed Ensign Can. Fencibles, 12 Nov., 13. To half -pay 24 Aug., 16. 

12 Appointed Ensign Can. Fencibles, 13 Nov., 13. Medal with clasp Chateau 
guay. To half -pay 24 Aug., 16. 

13 Born 1795. Was at Plattsburg and Chateauguay, medal with clasp. For 
his account of this campaign see Quebec Literary and Historical Society s 
Report, 1877-78, page 14. Went to Can. Chasseurs 11 April, 14. Knighted 13 
Nov., 1858. A.D.C. to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, 13 July, 1860. Minister of 
Militia, 1864. Author of La Guerre de 1812 a 1815, under the name of "UnTemoin 
Oculaire" ; also, "Some Reflexions Upon the Organization of the Volunteer and 
Militia of this Province, by a Veteran of 1812." Died 30 July, 1865. 

14 Had been Sergeant Major in DeWatteville s. 

15 Had been Sergeant. 

16 Living in 1875. 

17 Medal with clasp Chateauguay. Went to Can. Chasseurs 11 April, 14. 

18 Had been Sergeant. 

19 See Canadian Voltigeurs. 

20 See Corps of Voyageurs. 

11 This name also appears as "McCarthy." See also 3rd Battln. 
22 Captain 3rd Battln. Richelieu, 25 June, 30. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 133 

CANADIAN CHASSEURS. IT 
Engagements: Plattsburg, 6th-llth Sept., 14. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Charles de Salaberry, 12 March, 14. 
ft 2 Honble Gerald de Courcy (Major 70th), 25 Mar., 14. 

Major Louis Dulongpre, Sr. To 3rd S. E. M. 11 April, 14. 

3 Jean Baptiste Philippe D Estimauville, Jr., from 3rd S.E.M. 

11 Apr., 14. 
Thomas Powell (Capt. G.L.I.), acting, 25 Feb., 15. 

4 Adjutant Lieut. Jean de Hertel (Ensign Can. Fenc.,) 11 Apr., 14. 
ft 5 William Blondheim, 25 April, 14. Lieut. 10 Feb., 15. 

Quartermaster William Metchler. Resigned 10 Feb., 15. 
ft Patrick Adhemar. 

Paymaster 

Surgeon Toussaint C. Trudeau, from Voltigeurs, 25 April, 14. 
ft Joseph Farnden ( Asst. Surgeon 70th), acting, 9 Nov., 14. 

Captains Francois X. Larocque, from 5th, 11 April, 14; resigned 

10 Feb,, 15. 

William Lamothe, from 2nd S. E. M., 11 April, 14. 
ft William Berczy, from 5th, 11 April, 14. 

Charles Levasseur, from 5th, 11 April, 14 ; resigned 

12 Apr, 14. 
Leon Bernard Leprohon, 11 April, 14 ; to 1st S. E. M. 

11 Apr., 14. 

ft Stephen Samuel McKay, from 1st S.E.M. 11 April, 14. 

John Gray, from 5th, 11 April, 14; to 3rd S. E. M. 11 

April, 14. 

John McGillivray, from 3rd S. E. M, 11 April, 14. 
Toussaint Terriere. 

His Excellency * * * has received from Major-General De Eottenburg his 
confidential report upon the inspection of the 5th Battalion ; is pleased in conse 
quence to order that this Battalion be reorganized to act as a Light Infantry 
Corps to consist of 6 Companies, and is to be brigaded with the Canadian Volti 
geurs and the Frontier Light Infantry, the whole under the superintendence of 
Lt.-Colonel de Salaberry, who is appointed to act as an Inspecting Field Officer 
of Militia Infantry. G. O., 12 March, 14. 

The Corps of Canadian Chasseurs, to be completed to 500 effectives and 
drafts be made from 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Battlns, S. E. M., of 120 men each. 
G. O., 11 April, 14. 

II This Regiment should not be confounded with the "Chasseurs Britanniques," 
a foreign regiment in the British service, 1801-15, which served as marines on 
the "Ramillies" off the American coast, and referred to in "Kingsford s History 
of Canada (Vol. VIII., p. 419), and Lucas Canadian War of 1812 (p. 149) as the 
"Canadian Chasseurs." 



134 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

First Lieuts. J. L. Noreau, from 5th, 11 April, 14; to 4th S.E.M 

11 April, 14. 
ft Francois Xavier Pare, from 4th S. E. M. ; Captain 

10 Feb., 15. 

Jacques Antoine Cartier, from 5th, 11 April, 14. 
L. C. Philippe Leprohon, from 5th, 11 April, 14 ; 

to 4th S. E. M. 11 Apr., 14. 

Pierre Bouchard, from 4th S. E. M. 11 April, 14. 
Francis McCanty, from 5th, 11 April, 14 ; to 3rd 

S. E. M. 11 April, 14. 
Etienne Antoine L. de Bellefeuille, from 3rd S.E.M. 

11 April, 14. 

James Prendergast, from 5th, 11 April, 14. 
ft John H. Powell, from 5th ; Captain 25 April, 14. 

Charles Bradford, from 5th. 
ft Pierre Rototte, Jr., from 5th. 

James Wildgoose, from 5th; resigned 24 April, 14. 
Etienne Paschal Tache", from 5th. 
Edouard Vignau, from 1st S. E. M. 21 April, 14. 
Second Lieuts. John M. North Carter, from 5th ; 1st Lieut. 25 

April, 14. 
ft John Scott, from 5th ; 1st Lieut. 25 April, 14. 

William Morin, from 5th ; 1st Lieut. 10 Feb., 15. 
Antoine Lemaire dit St. Germain, from 5th ; 

Lieut. 26 April, 14. 

Louis Dulongpre, Jr., from 5th ; Lieut. 23 May, 14. 
ft Louis Charles Provendier, from Voltigeurs, 11 

April, 14. 
ft Patrick Adhe mar, from 5th, 11 Apr., 14; Lieut. 

10 Feb., 15. 

ft Duncan McDonald, 24 May, 14. 

ft Philip Adolphus Barker, 26 June, 14. 

ft 5 William Blondheim,25 April,14; Lieut. 10 Feb.,15. 

Thomas Turner, from 5th. 



1 See Canadian Voltigeurs. 

1 Third son of the 26th Lord Kingsale, Baron Courcy. Capt. 70th 24 July, 04 ; 
Major 4 June, 13 ; Bvt. Lt.-Colonel 25 Nov., 14 ; Major 8th 14 March, 16. Died 1848. 

3 Ensign E.G. V. 1797; Adjutant 1801 ; Captain and Adjutant 1st S.E.M., 25 
May, 12 ; to 3rd S. E. M. in 1813 ; Major Can. Chasseurs in 1814; second in com 
mand of Light Infantry Battalion, under Lt.-Col. Geo. E. J. Macdonell ; was at 
Chateauguay and Plattsburg. 

4 Ensign Can. Fencibles 12 Dec., 11 ; Lieut. 12 Nov., 13. Died at Montreal 12 
Feb., 22. 

5 The Lower Canadian Crown Land Grant gives his name and rank as "Henry 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 135 

Blondheim, Lieut, and Adjutant of 5th S.E.M.," whilst the Upper Canadian 
Grant is to "Henry Blondheim, of the Town of Perth, Sergeant-MajorDeMeuron s 
Regiment during the late war." 



6ra BATTALION QUEBEC EMBODIED MILITIA. 

Lt.-Colonel Commandant Felix Tetu, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft 9 Major Honble John Mure, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft Adjutant Joseph Gary, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Smith (Sgt. 103rd), 12 April, 13. 

Quartermaster Pierre Romaine, 20 March, 13, to 20 March, 13. 
ft Antoine Parent, 20 March, 13. 

1 Paymaster Thomas Douglass, 20 March, 13. 
ft 2 Surgeon Marc Paschal De Sales LaTerriere, 20 March, 13. 
ft Asst.-Surgeon Augustin Mercier. 

Captains John Jones, 3rd Q. T.. 20 March, 13. 
ft Michel Berthelot, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

George Pyke, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft George Symes, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Gilbert Ainslie, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; did not join. 
Francois Xavier Pinguet, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; 

resigned 22 April, 13. 

Thomas Lee, 1st Q.T.,20 March, 13 ; resigned in Mar., 14. 
ft Jean Belanger, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

ft Louis Plamondon, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Louis Delamere, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13; resigned in 

March, 14. 

George Vanfelson, 1st Q. T, 20 March, 13. 
Claude Dene"chaud, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft Gaspard Massue Q. T. 

ft Lieutenants Louis Theodore Besserer, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; 

Capt. 25 Sept., 13. 

ft George B. Faribault, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

ft Pierre Bruneau, Jr., 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; Capt. 

22nd Sept., 13. 

ft Joseph Languedoc, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13; 

resigned 24 July, 14. 

This Corps did garrison duty at Quebec, commencing 25 Feb., 13. "An Em 
bodied Militia Battalion, to be formed out of the 3 Battalions of the Quebec 
Militia, to do permanent duty. The establishment to be 1 Lt.-Colonel Com 
mandant, 1 Major, 10 Captains, 12 Lieutenants, 8 Ensigns, 1 Paymaster, 1 Adju 
tant, 1 Quartermaster, 1 Sgt. -Major, 1 Qr.-Mr. Sgt., 30 Sergeants, 600 men." G.O., 
18 Feb., 13. Reduced to 8 Companies, 24 Mar., 14. The 6th Battalion was dis 
embodied at Quebec, 4 Sept., 14. 



136 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

ft Lieutenants Henri Lemoine, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

ft Pierre Romaine, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

ft Francois B&anger, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

ft Paul Vallee, 1st Q. T, 20 March, 13. 

ft Louis Abraham Lagueux, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Robert Dunn, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Daniel Grant, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Francois Languedoc, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft James Mitchell, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

ft William H. Lemoine. 

4 Ensigns William Andrew Cochran, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft Narcisse Faribault, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13. 

Charles H. Gauvreau, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13. 
ft Hyppolite Rolette, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; Lieut. 25 

Sept., 13. 
ft Pierre Chauveau, 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; resigned 24 

May, 14. 
ft Henry Black, 3rd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; resigned 16 

July, 14. 
ft Joseph Martin Chinic, Jr., 2nd Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; 

resigned in March, 14. 
John Fletcher, 1st Q. T., 20 March, 13 ; to 1st Que. Sed. 

28 June, 13. 

ft Webb Robinson, 25 March, 13 ; dismissed 23 May, 14. 

ft Duncan Cameron McDonald, 10 Aug., 13. 

ft 6 C. David Besserer, 25 Sept., 13 ; promoted Lieutenant. 

7 James White, 13 Oct., 13. 



1 Was Clerk in Governor- General s Office, Quebec. Also Sgt. -Major Can. 
Light Dragoons. 

2 Was Member for Quebec City, 1825-29 ; and for Saguenay, 1830-34. Member 
Leg. Council, 1832. 

3 Was Assistant Secretary Governor-General s Office, Quebec. 

4 See Governor-General s Staff, page 1. 

5 There was also a Captain Narcisse Faribault, 2nd S.E.M. 

6 Had been a Sergeant. 

7 James White had also been in 2nd S.E.M. 

8 Son of Lieut. Chas. Pinguet de Vaucour, who served in the Canadian Militia 
during blockade of Quebec, 1775-76. His two brothers, Louis Bazile, was Asst. 
Ad jt.- General, and Charles Casimir, Lieut., in Canadian Fencibles. Born at 
Quebec, 1778 ; died 24 Dec., 20. 

9 Member Executive Council, 1812. Died 17 Jan., 23. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 137 

TTH BATTALION SEDENTARY EMBODIED MILITIA. 
(De Chambault s Militia.) 

Colonel Commandant F. De Chambault. 
Lt.-Colonel Michel Turgeon. 
Major H. McKenzie. 

J. M. Mondelet. 
Adjutant Edward J. Mann. 

Jacob Graves. 
Quartermaster Daniel O Sullivan. 

Thomas Hunter. 
Paymaster Augustin Berthelot. 
5 Surgeon Robert Nelson. 
Captains Joseph B. Turgeon. 

Jacques Archambault. 
Hyacinthe St. Germain, Sr. 
Joseph Mailloux. 

1 Barthelemi Joliette. 
Joseph F. Lacroix. 

2 Maxime Olivier. 
James Brown. 
Charles Porteous. 
John San ford. 

Emmanuel Vidrefaire (? Vidreguer). 

Lieutenants Francois Gignon. 
Charles Turgeon. 
John Chesser. 

fc 3 Pierre P. de Lanaudiere. 

Ignace Robitaille. 
Charles Olivier. 

4 Phineas Hutchins. 

George Graves. 
Henry Pierre, Jr. 
Louis Dulongpre, Jr. 

Ensigns John Kay. 

Henry Chapman. 
Joseph Masson. 
Amable Prevost. 
Edward Starnes. 
Michel B. Dostie. 
<& 3 Paul Edouard Daveluy. 



Disembodied by G. O., 17 Nov., 13. 



138 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

Ensigns Pierre Lacasse. 
Charles Grant. 
Hyacinthe St. Germain, Jr. 



1 Received land grant as a Captain in Sedentary Militia. Was at Chateauguay. 
Lt. -Colonel 2nd Battln, Berthier, 17 June, 30. 

2 Received land grant as a Captain, 6th Battalion. See LaValtrie Division. 

8 Received his land grant as a Lieutenant in De Chambault s Militia. Died at 
Montreal, 20 Jan., 24, aged 29. 

* Received his land grant as a Lieutenant in 2nd Sedentary Militia, Argenteuil. 
6 Member for Montreal, 1827-30. 



STH BATTALION. 
(DIVISION OF THREE RIVERS.) 

Lt.-Colonel Thomas Coffin. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Pierre Amable de Boucherville, Prov. A.D.C. 
Major 
Adjutant J. Vonlingen (? Voligny) (acting). 

William Anderson. 
Quartermaster L. Fromenteau. 
Paymaster Charles R. Ogden. 
Captains Stephen McKay, acting 1st Major. 
P. J. Heron. 

de Normanville. 

M. H. Bellerose. 
Antoine St. Louis. 
E. Mayrand. 
Pierre Ve zina. 
Modeste Prat. 
Louis Gugy. 

Antoine Poulin de Courval. 
Amable Berthelot. 
Joseph B. Badeaux. 
Lieutenants Hugh Fraser. 

William Anderson. 

Pierre Joseph Cresse. Afterwards in 4th S.E.M. 

Pierre Gouin. 

The Battalion numeral is taken from a reply to an address presented to 
Colonel de Boucherville on the Corps being released from service, 28 Nov., 13. 
(Montreal Gazette, 30 March, 13). The Battalion was disembodied on 30 Nov., 
13, (G.O., 17 Nov.,) being relieved by the Glengarry Light Infantry. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 139 

Charles Gordon. 

Gonzague Eno. 

Joseph Louval. 

Ezekiel Hart. 

Louis Duchesny. 

Joseph Godefroy de Tonnancour. 

John Munro. 
Ensigns David Grant. 
H. Atkinson. 
William Hardie. 
Julien Dumoulin. 
A. Lemaitre Auge. 
Bazile Doucet. 
Laurent Baron. 
Charles Fortier. 
Pierre Fortier. 
Philip Burns. 
Olivier Kimber. 



1 Had been Ensign 2nd Koyal Canadian Volunteers. Died Nov., 57, aged 77. 
See also Governor s Staff, page 1. 

2 Had been Sgt.-Major. 



DISTRICT OF QUEBEC 



QUEBEC VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. 

1 Captain Matthew Bell, 24 April, 12. Bvt.-Major 4 May, 13. 

2 Lieutenant Edward Hale, 24 April, 12. Captain 25 Jan., 15. 
Cornet William Sheppard, 24 April, 12. Lieut. 25 Jan., 15. 

Hammond Gowen, 25 Jan., 15. 
Quartermaster Anthony Anderson, 3rd Quebec Battln. 

Benjamin Racey, from Ste. Marie Nouvelle 
Beauce Battln. 



1 Ketired January, 1815. Member Three Elvers, 1809-14. Member Leg. Coun 
cil, 1823. Lt. -Colonel 1st Battln St. Maurice, 12 June, 30. Died at Three Kivers, 
24 June, 49. 

2 Son of Deputy Paymaster-General Hale. Major 2nd Battln, Portneuf, 8 
April, 30. 

8 Died of Cholera at Matane, 23 June, 32. 



DORCHESTER PROVINCIAL LIGHT DRAGOONS.** 

1 Captain William Watson. 
Lieutenant Vital Bourassa, Sr. 



Died at St. John s, L.C., 5 Sept., 32, aged 42. 



Authorized by G. O., 22 April, 12, and attached to 3rd Quebec Battln, under 
Lt.-Col. Burns. Became an independent corps, 27 July, 12. "Major-General 
Glasgow returns his thanks to Major Bell and the Quebec Cavalry under his 
command for their steady and soldier-like conduct during the time they have 
assisted as volunteers in the duties of the garrison, which the late augmentation 
of the troops enables him to dispense with for the present." M.G.O., 1 Aug., 13. 

* Embodied 25 March, 13 ; disbanded 1 March, 15. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 141 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 
IST BATTALION CITY OF QUEBEC AND BANLIEUE. 

1 Colonel Commandant Jean Baptiste LeComte Dupre . 
15 Lk-Colonel Joseph Francois Perrault. 

Majors Barthelemi Faribault. 

2 Charles ChaussegrosdeLe ry, 9 Apr.,12; to Staff 28 May,12. 
Augustin Germain, 3 Aug., 12. 

Jean Baptiste Corbin, 4 Aug., 12. 
Adjutant Ensign Pierre DeGuise, 20 July, 12. 
Quartermaster Lieut. Francois Romaine, 7 Aug., 12. 

4 Surgeon Pierre de Sales La Terriere. 
<& Paymaster Thomas Douglass. 

5 Captains Claude Denechaud, to 6th Q.E. 20 March, 13. 

J. B. Philippe D Estimauville, Jr., 28 Mar., 09 ; to 1st 

S. E. M. 28 May, 12. 
Francois Baillarge, Sr., 30 March, 09. 
Francois X. Durette, 19 March, 12. 
14 Francois Xavier Pinguet, 20 March, 12 ; to 6th Q. E. 

20 Mar., 13. 

Pierre Dumas, 1 April, 12. 
1 . Philippe Aubert de Gasp^, 2 Apr., 12; to Staff 22 

May, 12. 

Joseph Levasseur Borgia, 3 Aug., 12. 
Gaspard Massue, 3 Aug., 12. 

Thomas Lee, 4 Aug., 12; to 6th Q.E. 20th Mar., 13. 
Jacques Leblond, Sr., 5 Aug., 12. 
George Vanfelson, 6th Aug., 12; to 6th Q.E. 20 Mar., 13. 
Joseph Dorion, 13 Dec., 12. 
8 Lieutenants Benjamin Lemoine. 

Henri Lemoine ; to 6th Q. E. 20 Mar., 13. 

Ignace Dorval. 

Charles N. Perrault. 

Louis Massue. 

Joseph Leblond. 

Jean Huot. 

Jean Baptiste Larue ; to 4th S. E. 28 May, 12. 

Francois Belanger; to 6th Q. E. 20 Mar., 13. 

Charles Turgeon. 

IT As established by G.O., 16 Apr., 12. 

Ordered for permanent duty in G.O., 24 Sept., 12 ; took a week s tour of duty 
in rotation with 2nd and 3rd Battalions; relieved 2 Jan., 13. Contributed 211 
men to 6th Battalion Embodied Militia, 18 Feb., 13. 



142 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

M Lieutenants Pierre Rochette. 

Francois Romaine. 

Paul Vallee ; to 6th Q. E. 20 March, 13. 
Ensign Nicholas Vilaire; Lieut. 5 April, 15. 
Joseph DeBlois. 

Augustin Wexler ; Lieut. 7 April, 15. 
Narcisse Faribault ; to Que. Voltrs. Nov., 12 ; to 6th Q.E. 

20 March, 13. 

Charles H. Gauvreau ; to 6th Q.E. 20 March, 13. 
L. Lemoine Dupuis. 
Guillaume Bouthillier, Jr. 

13 John Fletcher ; to 6th Q. E. 20 March, 13. 

Pierre DeGuise, 20 July, 12. 
Antoine Parent ; to Qr.-Mr. 6th Q. E. 
Francois Girard. 
Francois Letellier. 
Edouard Martineau. 

Louis Abraham Lagueux ; to 6th Q.E. 20 Mar., 13. 
Augustin Amyot. 
Michael Byrne. 



1 See Commissary of Transports. 

2 See Lower Canadian Militia Staff, pages 100-102. 
8 Died at Montreal, May, 1825. 

4 Son of Dr. La Terriere, Inspector Forges St. Maurice, 1775-83 ; was after 
wards Surgeon of the Voltigeurs. 

5 Member of Assembly, 1808-20 ; Major 1st Quebec, 10 April, 26 ; Lt. -Colonel 6th 
Battln, Quebec Town and County, 1 Sept., 28 ; Provincial Grand Master of 
Masons. Died 2 Nov., 36. 

Died at St. Paul s Bay, May, 1825. 

7 Became Major 4th Battln Quebec Town and County, 4 Aug., 30. 

8 Was afterwards Captain 3rd Battln Quebec Town and County, 31 May, 30. 

9 Captain 3rd Quebec Town and County, 11 June, 30. 

10 Captain 4th Quebec Town and County, 1 July, 30. 

11 Capt. 1st Quebec County Battln, 2 July, 30. 

11 Captain 6th Quebec Town and County, 3 Aug., 28. 

15 Keturned to duty with this Battln and resigned from it 24 June, 13. 

w Second son of Lt.-Colonel Charles Pinguet, 2nd Battln. Died 24 Dec., 20. 

15 Died at Quebec, 5 Apr., 44, aged 92. 

16 Member for Upper Town, Quebec, 1815-20; appointed Advocate General, 
L.C., 28 Jan., 19, vice Pyke, resigned. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 143 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 
2ND BATTALION CITY OF QUEBEC AND BANLIEUE. 

1 Colonel Commandant Louis de Salaberry ; to 1st S.E.M. 

2 Lieut.-Colonel Charles Pinguet de Vaucour, resigned 26 Oct., 12. 
Major Felix Tetu, 3 April, 12 ; Lt.-Col. 9 Dec., 12. 

Pierre Bruneau, Sr., 10 April, 12. 
Louis Montizambert. 
Adjutant Ensign Francois Languedoc. 
Quartermaster Lieut. Pierre Romaine. 
Paymaster Thomas Douglass. 

Surgeon Joseph Painchaud ; to 1st S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 
Augustin Mercier. 
Thomas Haussrnan. 
5 Captains Pierre Edouard Desbarats. 

Michel Berthelot; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
Michel Sauvageau, 16 Jan., 09. 
Francois Duval. 

Louis Michel Clouet, 17 March, 12. 
Francois X. Germain, 22 April, 12. 
Jean Belanger, 4 Aug., 12 ; to 6th Que. E. 20 Mar., 13. 
Louis Robitaille, from 1st Quebec Bait. 8 Aug., 12. 
Francois Fortier, Sr. 

Louis Delamere; to 6th Que. E. 20 Mar., 13. 
Bernard A. Panet (super); to 1st S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 
Lieutenants L. Theodore Besserer; to Que. Vols. Nov. 12; to 

6th Que. E. 
7 Louis Bazile Pinguet ; Brevet Captain 4 Aug., 12 ; to 

6th Que E. 

George B. Faribault; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
Pierre Brunneau, Jr. ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13, 
Roger Raby ; to Quebec Volunteers Nov. 12. 
Joseph Languedoc ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
Charles Guay, 17 Jan., 09. 
Pierre Doucet; to Quebec Volunteers Nov. 12. 
7 Pierre Charles Godefroy de Tonnancour ; to Staff 

12 April, 13. 

Thomas Douglass (Paymaster). 
Francois Quirouet. 
Charles Langevin. 

Ordered for permanent duty, G.O. 24 Sept., 12 ; took a week s tour of duty in 
rotation with 1st and 3rd Battalions ; relieved 30 Jan., 13. Supplied 263 men to 
6th Battalion Embodied Militia on 18 Feb., 13. 



144 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

Lieutenants F. X. Chevalier. 
Joseph Dorion. 
Pierre Burette. 
Pierre Romaine (Quartermaster) ; to 6th Que. E. 20 

March, 13. 

Joseph Remi Vallieres de St. Real. 
Philippe Panet (super); to 1st S. E. M. 28 May, 12. 
Louis Plamondon ; to Quebec Volunteers, Nov. 12, 
promoted Captain ; to 6th Que. E. 20 Mar., 13. 
Ensigns Louis Fortier. 
-fa Francois Fortier, Jr. 

Hyppolyte Rolette ; to Quebec Volunteers Nov. 12 ; to 

6th Quebec E. 20 March, 13. 
Pierre Chauveaux. 
Joseph Roy. 

Joseph Carmel. See 2nd Nicolet and 4th S. E. M. 
Joseph Martin Chinic, Jr. ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
John Goudie. 
Francois Languedoc (Adjutant); to 6th Que. E. 20 

March, 13. 
Pierre Louis Seguin. 
Louis Moquin. 
Charles Jourdain. 
Etienne Cote". 



1 See 1st Select Embodied Militia. 

1 Served as a Lieut., 2nd Company Canadian Militia, throughout siege of 
Quebec, 1775-76; his three sons, Louis Bazile, Francois X., and Charles C. 
were Asst. - Ad jt.- General L. C. Militia, Captain 1st Quebec, and Lieut. Can. 
Fencibles, respectively. Died at Quebec, 28 May, 21, aged 81. 

3 Assistant Civil Secretary to Duke of Richmond, 30 July, 18. 

4 Surgeon 1st Battln, Cornwallis, 1 July, 28. 

5 Died at Quebec, Lt.-Col. Pierre Edouard Desbarats, 23 April, 28. 

6 Appointed Judge Advocate of Militia, 21 April, 19. Died at Quebec, 1 Jan., 28. 

7 See Militia Staff, page 100. 

8 Member for St. Maurice, 1814-16 ; Upper Town Quebec, 1820-29. Speaker 
Leg. Assembly, L.C., 1823-25. Legislative Councillor, 1838. 

Chief Justice, Montreal, 1842. Died 17 Feb., 47. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 145 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

3RD BATTALION OF QUEBEC CITY. 

"British Militia." 

11 Lieut.-Colonel William Burns, 18 March, 12. 
Major William Smith, 18 March, 12. 

1 John Caldwell, 18 March, 12. 

8 William Lindsay, 2 April, 12. 

Adjutant Joseph Gary ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
Quartermasters Thomas Richards. 

Anthony Anderson. 
Paymaster Thomas Douglass. 
Surgeon James Cockburn. 
Captains Archibald Ferguson, 18 Mar., 12; Major 18 Sept., 23. 

9 John Jones, 18 Mar., 12 ; to 6th Que. E. 20 Mar., 13. 
John Munro, 18 March, 12. 

David Munro, 18 March, 12 ; to 4th Division Quebec. 

2 Honble John Mure, 18 Mar., 12 (Grenadier Company). 
Matthew Bell, 18 March, 12. See Quebec Cavalry. 

J Gilbert Ainslie, 18 Mar., 12. See 6th Quebec Embodied. 

4 James Irvine, 18 March, 12 ; to Orleans Division. 

10 George Pyke, 18 Mar., 12 ; to 6th Que. E. 20 Mar, 13. 
George Symes, 18 Mar, 12 ; to 6th Que. E. 20 Mar, 13 

6 Thomas Place, 3 April, 12. 

James Ross, 15 Sept, 12. 
Lieutenants Frederick Grant. 

John Stewart. 

Francis Hunter ; Captain 22 Dec, 13. 

John Greenshields. 

Robert Melvin; Captain 2 Dec, 17. 

Joseph Gary, Adjutant ; Captain 3 Dec, 17. 

John Ross ; promoted Captain. 

John D. Hamilton. 

John McNider ; Captain 28 Sept, 23. 

Thomas Wilson ; Captain 6 May, 24. 

Benjamin Tremain ; Captain 7 May, 24. 

Charles Gray Stewart; Captain 5 Sept, 24. 

Joseph Jones ; Captain 13 Dec, 26. 

Thomas White. 
12 Andrew Stuart. 

Ordered for permanent duty, 24 Sept., 12. Took a week s tour of duty in 
rotation with 1st and 2nd Battalions. Relieved 21 Dec., 13. Furnished 158 men 
to 6th Battalion Embodied Militia. 



146 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

Lieutenants R. M. Cowan. 

Thomas Aylwin ; Capt. 6th 5 Aug., 28. 
Daniel Grant; to 6th Quebec E. 20 March, 13. 
Peter Patterson. 
George Hamilton. 
James Hartwell, Jr. 
Ensigns James Rogerson ; promoted Lieut. 

William Hunter : Captain 14 Dec., 26. 
Robert Dunn ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
James Mitchell ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
James Hallowell. 
James L. Merritt. 
6 John Neilson ; Lieut. 18 Sept., 33. 

Henry Black ; to 6th Que. E. 20 March, 13. 
Andrew W. Cochran ; to 6th Que. 20 March, 13. 
John Cannon. 

Henry Cowan; to 4th S. E. M. 28 May, 14. 
William Oviatt. 
Cornet Edward Hale, 22 May, 12. See Quebec Cavalry. 



See 1st Lotbiniere Division. 
Member Executive Council, 26 June, 12. 
Died at Quebec, 27 May, 24. 
Member Executive Council, 22 Aug., 09. 
See Voltigeurs. 

Member for Quebec County,1827 ; Member Leg. Council, 1837. Died 1 Feb., 48. 
See Governor s Staff, page 1. 
Was Clerk of the House of Assembly. 
9 Died at Quebec, 3 Aug., 18, aged 66. 

10 Had been Advocate- General, L.C. ; resigned 28 Jan., 19. Also Law Clerk, 
Leg. Council; resigned 15 Jan., 19. 

11 Member Leg. Council. Died at Quebec, 25 Sept., 29. 



ISLAND OF ORLEANS DIVISION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Commandant Jacques Voyer, 5 April, 12. 

* Major Olivier Perrault, 5 April, 12 ; resigned 24 Oct., 12. 

2 Major Joseph Bouchette, 26 Oct., 12 ; Lt.-Colonel 26 March, 13. 
5 James Irvine, from 3rd Quebec Town, 26 March, 13. 

Did garrison duty, Quebec, with Lotbiniere Militia, 23 Jan., 1323 Feb., 13. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 147 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

Adjutant 

Quartermaster Charles Smith. 

Aides-Major Captain Jacques Leblond, Jr. ; Major 2 May, 22. 
Lieutenant James G. Hanna. 
Ensign Olivier Brunet ; Lieut. 6 May, 22. 
Captains Francois Guerard. Ste. Famille. 14 Aug., 02. 
Jean Labrecque. St. Laurent. 
Alexis Colombe. 
Charles Crepeau. St. Pierre. 
Jean Blouin. St. Jean. 
Joseph Marie Lepage. St. Francois. 
* Honble John Mure ; Major 26 Jan., 13. 

Lieutenants Etienne Derouin, 5 Jan., 13. 

Picard ; dismissed 6 Jan., 14. 

Ensigns Robert Smith, 15 Jan., 13. 

Lepage ; dismissed 6 Jan., 14. 



1 To 1st S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 

1 See Quebec Volunteers. 

8 Died at Glasgow, 17 Jan., 23. See 6th Battalion, Quebec Embodied. 

4 Member for Quebec Lower Town, 1810-14 ; Member Executive Council, 1823 ; 
Member Legislative Council, 1818. Died 19 March, 27. 

6 Member Legislative Council, 1818. Died at Quebec, 27 Sept., 29. 



ST. VALIER DIVISION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Charles Fremont, 2 April, 12 ; to Staff 22 May, 12. 
* Major Etienne Ferreol Roy, 7 April, 12. 

Louis Turgeon, Sr., 8 April, 12. 
Adjutant Abraham Turgeon. 
Aides-Major Captains Abraham Couillard de Beaumont. 

J. B. Cazeau. 
Lieutenants Jean Langevin. 

Pierre Perras, Jr., 20 July, 12. 
Ensigns Thomas Cary ; Lieut. 23 Dec., 13. 
Joseph Beaumont, 15 July, 12. 
Lazare Beaumont, 16 July, 12. 
Captains F. R. Boule . Beaumont. 

Joseph Girard. St. Michel. 17 Apr., 12. 



148 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

Captains Pierre Tangue. St. Michel. 

Charles Foucher. St. Michel. 

Charles Bouchard. St. Valier. 

Germain Blondeau. St. Valier. 

Antoine Pare. St. Valier. 18 April, 12. 

J. Morin dit Ducharme. St. Valier. 17 July, 12. 

Etienne Carriere. St. Charles. 

Charles Prevost. St. Charles. 

Modeste Bourassa. St. Charles. 6 Oct., 07. 

Lazare Buteau. St. Gervais. Major 11 July, 28. 

Francois Roy. St. Gervais. 3 Oct., 07. 

Jean Baptiste Lemieux. St. Gervais. 

G. Audet dit Lapointe. 
Lieutenants Louis Boilard, 14 July, 12. 

Louis Cotin dit Dugal, 16 July, 12. 
Charles Bernard, Jr., 17 July, 12. 
Ensigns Pierre Turgeon, 14 July, 12. 

Guillaume Rosseau, 18 July, 12. 

Joseph Savoie, Jr., 20 July, 12. 



ST. VALIER DIVISION. 

1 1st Battalion Lt.-Col. Charles Fremont. 
Major Louis Turgeon, Sr. 
Captain and Adjt. Abraham Turgeon. 

3 2nd Battalion Lt.-Col. Etienne Ferreol Roy, 20 Feb., 15. 
Major Abraham Couillard de Beaumont, 20 

[Feb., 15. 

Captain and Adjt., Jean Langevin. 
Ensign Aide Major Alexis Gosselin, 17 July, 12. 



1 See Deputy Quartermaster General. 

1 Member for Hertford, 1804-20. Lt. -Colonel 1st Hertford, 20 Feb., 15. 

As sub-divided by G. O. 20 Feb., 15. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 149 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 
IST LOTBINIERE DIVISION. 

1 Lt.-Col. Commandant Honble John Caldwell, 4 April, 12. 
Major Jean Baptiste Tilly Noel, 5 April, 12 ; to 2nd Division. 
John Davidson, from 4th Division, Quebec, 15 Jan., 13. 
Adjutant William Phillips. Major 1 Oct., 24. 
Aide-Major Ensign Abraham Gibson, 20 July, 12. 
Captains Louis Bussiere. St. Henri. 

Jean Bouffard. St. Henri. 30 Jan., 09. 
Pierre Bussiere. St. Henri. 
Ambroise Gagne . St. Henri. 
Jacques Beaudouin. St. Henri. 
Louis Cotin. Pt. Levis. 
Jean Samson. Pt. Levis. 
Jean Poiree. Pt. Levis. Resigned Jan. 13. 
Jean Baptiste Demers, Sr. St. Nicolas. 
Jean Baptiste Demers, Jr. St. Nicolas. 
Charles Paye. St. Giles. 17 Dec., 10. 
8 Lieutenants Joseph Carmel. 
Pierre Lambert. 

Ensigns Barthelemi Poiree, Jan., 13. 
Augustin Dubut. 

2ND LOTBINIERE DIVISION. 

Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Tilly Noel. 

Major Louis Juchereau Duchesnay, 5 Jan., 15. 

Aides-Major Captain George Hamilton ; Major 1 Jan., 14. 

Ensign Gordon Horan, 9 Feb., 13. 
Captains Louis Guay. St. Antoine. 24 Jan., 09. 

Ignace Duquet. Ste. Croix. 

Pierre Leclerc. Lotbiniere. 18 Jan., 09. 

Xavier Adam. St. Jean. 



1 Son of Lt.-Colonel Henry Caldwell, who commanded the British Militia dur 
ing the blockade of Quebec, 1775-76. Member Ex. Council and Receiver- General, 
1811. A Count of Milan in the Holy Roman Empire. Succeeded his cousin as 
5th Baronet. Baptized 1775. Died at Tremont House, Boston, 26 October, 1842. 

1 Member for Dorchester, 1827. Captain Dorchester Battalion, 19 June, 30. 
1 Lieutenant of Artillery. Appointed Lt.-Colonel Nicolet Division, 12 May, 12. 

On garrison duty at Quebec, 23 Jan. 23 Feb., 13. 
In 1828, 4th Battalion, County of Buckinghamshire. 



150 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 
STE. MARIE DE NOUVELLE BEAUCE DIVISION. 

Lt.-Colonel Commandant Thomas Pierre Joseph Taschereau, 

1 April, 12 ; to 4th S. E. M. 25 May, 12. 
Major Jean Thomas Taschereau, 5 April, 12; to Staff Sept., 12. 

1 Adjutant Lieut. Francois Verrault, Jr., 10 July, 12 ; Bvt.-Major 

9 Dec., 13. 

2 Quartermaster Ensign Benjamin Racey. 
Aides-Major Captain John Walsh. 

Lieutenant Francois Xavier Lefebvre. 
Ensign Jean B. Beaudouin. 
Captains Antoine Bazin ; to 3rd S. E. M. 28 May, 12. 

Guillaume Provost. Ste. Marie. 

Francois Bonneville. Ste. Marie. 

Louis Gregorie. Ste. Marie. 

Etienne Barbeau. Ste. Marie. 

Louis Mathieu. St. Francois. 13 May, 09. 

Pierre Veilleux. St. Francois. 31 May, 09. 

Jean Charles Bedard. Ste. Claire. 11 Jan., 12. 
Lieutenant Jean Poulin, 13 July, 12. Captain 5 March, 14. 
Ensign Augustin Plante", 13 July, 12. Lieut. 4 March, 14. 



1 Captain Verrault thanked for services in capturing 3 escaped prisoners of 
war held as hostages, and promoted Major, 6 Dec., 13. 
1 Transferred to Quebec Cavalry. 



QUEBEC DIVISION. 

Colonel Commandant Honble Francois Baby. 

1st Battalion 4th Quebec Division. 
2nd Battalion Cap Sant^ Division. 

IST BATTALION 4TH QUEBEC DIVISION. 

Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Philippe D Estimauville, Sr. 

Joseph Plantd 

Major J. Davidson, 15 April, 12; to 1st Lotbiniere 15 Jan., 13. 
David Munro, 15 Jan., 13 ; from 3rd Quebec Town. 

The parish of St. Joseph of Nouvelle Beauce declined to turn out for militia 
service ; it was the sole exception in Lower Canada. In 1828, 1st Battalion 
County of Dorchester. 

In 1828, the 4th Battalion, County of Quebec. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 151 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

1 Adjutant Captain Jacques Plamondon. 

Lieutenant Alexis Gravelle, 14 July, 12. 
Quartermaster Anthony Anderson. 

2 Aides-Major Lieutenant Francois Baby, Jr. 

Ensign Jacques Raymond Baby ; Captain 8 Jan., 18. 
Captains Michel Alain. Ancienne Lorette. 

Jean Baptiste Legarre. Ancienne Lorette. 

Ambroise Trudel. Jeune Lorette. 

Joseph L Hero. Jeune Lorette, 30 May, 08. 

Augustin Thibault. St. Augustin. 

Romaine Valliere. St. Augustin. 

Jean Baptiste Vezina. St. Augustin. 

Antoine Routier. Ste. Foye. 

John William Woolsey ; to 1st S. E. 28 May, 12. 
Lieutenant Alexis Gravelle, 14 July, 12. 



1 Died at Ancienne Lorette, 25 Jan., 20. 

2 Major-en-second, 3 Jan., 18. 

2ND BATTALION CAP SANT6 DIVISION.** 

Lt.-Colonel Commandant Louis F. de LaGorgendiere,10 April, 12. 

1 Lt.-Colonel George Waters Allsopp, 11 April, 12. 
Major Francois Xavier Larue, 11 April, 12. 
Adjutant Paul Morisset. 

Captains Pierre Auge. Pte aux Trembles. 

2 Louis Joseph Proulx. Pte aux Trembles. 10 July, 06. 
Francois Trepannier. Pte aux Trembles. 
Augustin Mercure. Cap Saute*. 

Francois Bertrand. Cap Sante\ 

Joseph de La Chevrotiere. Deschambault. 

Paul Perrault. Deschambault. 

Rene Trottier. Les Grondines. 



1 Died at Cap Sante, 28 Oct., 37. Member for Buckingham, 1796-1800 ; Hamp 
shire, 1814-20. 

2 Died January, 1831. 

**In 1828, the 1st Battalion, County of Hampshire. 



152 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 
BEAUFORT DIVISION. 

1 Colonel Honble Pierre Amable De Bonne. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Philippe D Estimauville, Sr. 
Major Alexis Caron. 

Nlsijor-en-second Jean Baptiste Poulin. 
Adjutant Jean Baptiste Duchesnay. 

Captain Alexis Gravelle. 
Quartermaster Antoine Parent. 
Aides-Major Captain John William Woolsey ; promoted Super. 

Maj ar. 
Lieutenants James Gray. 

William Meiklejohn. 
Ensigns J. Bte Renaud Charles. 

Augustin Deguise Flamau. 
Captains Jacques Tobin. Charlebourg. 
Pierre Giroux. Charlebourg. 
Antoine Bedard. Charlebourg. 
Paul Rainville. Beauport. 
Michel Parent. Beauport. 
Michel Marcoux. Beauport. 25 May, 12. 
Gabriel Huot. L Ange Gardien. 
Joseph Taillon. Chateau Richer. 
Louis Cazeau. Chateau Richer. 
Francois Lessard. Ste. Anne du Nord. 
J. Giguere. Ste. Anne du Nord. 
Louis Boucher. St. Joachim 
P. Bolduc. St. Joachim. 

Huot. St. Joachim 

Lieutenants Ambroise Bedard. 

Pierre Marcoux. 25 May, 12. 
Francois Simard. 
Ensigns Jean Dery. 

Francois Rancour. 
Benjamin Ritchie. 
Louis Racine dit Voyer. 

On garrison duty at Quebec, 30 Dec., 12. Believed 21 Jan., 13. Captains G-. 
Vanfelson, F. X. Durette, 1st Battln. Quebec Town, J. Belanger, 2nd Battln. 
Q. T., and Lieut. L. Plamondon of the same corps, did duty with Beauport 
Militia : Ensign C. H. Gauvreau, 1st Battln Q. T., acted as Adjutant. 

In 1828, the 5th Battalion, County of Quebec. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 153 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

1 Served as Lieut, in Carleton s Canadian Companies, 1776. Member Ex. 
Council, 29 Dec., 1794. See also Quebec Division. 

1 Served as Lieut, in Carleton s Canadian Companies, 1776. 
3 Died atBeauport, 5 Aug., 60, aged 87. 



RIVIERE OUELLE DIVISION. 
Colonel Jacques Perrault. 

1st Battalion Riviere Ouelle Division. 
2nd Battalion Rimouski Division. 

IST BATTALION RIVIERE OUELLE DIVISION.* 

1 Lt.-Colonel Paschal Jacques Tache. 26 April, 11. 
Major Peter Fraser. 

9 Adjutant Jean Michel Haussman dit Menage. 

2 Aides-Major Paschal Tache . 

Captain Pierre Casgrain. 
8 Captains Amable Dionne. 17 Feb., 13. 

Alexandre Roy. Kamouraska. 

Joseph Dionne. Kamouraska. 
4 B. Tach^. Ste. Anne. 

Thomas Pitt. 

Nicolas Bouchard. Riviere Ouelle. 8 April, 07. 

Francois X. Boucher. Riviere Ouelle. 21 Feb., 13. 

B. Roy dit Lauzier; Major in 1813. 

Michel Hudon dit Beaulieu. 

Benjamin Roy, Jr. 



2ND BATTALION RIMOUSKI DIVISION. 



** 



7 Lt.-Colonel Commandant Alexander Fraser, 11 May, 12 ; 

resigned 1828. 

Major A.ugustin Trudel, 12 May, 12. 
Adjutant J. Alexis Morin. 



G.O. 4 June, 12, divided Riviere Ouelle Division into two Battalions, under 
Colonel Perrault. 

*In 1828 1st Battalion, County of Cornwallis. 
**In 1828 2nd Battalion, County of Cornwallis. 



154 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC f Continued. J 

Captains Pierre Michaud. St. Andre. [4 March, 1794. 

Pierre Sirois dit Duplessis (Siroy?). Isle Verte. 
Jean Baptiste Asselin. Isle Yerte. 
Anselme Robichaud. Riviere du Loup. 
Paul Rioux. Trois Pistoles. 
J. M. Michaud. Rimouski. 



1 Born 1757 ; died 1830. 

* Son of Lt.-Colonel P. J. Tach; born 1786; died 1833. Lt.-Colonel 1st Bat 
talion, Kamouraska, 22 July, 30. 

3 Query "Amable Dionne," Major 1st Kamouraska, 10 Aug., 30. 

* Query Jean Baptiste Tach (brothers of Sir Etienne). Major 1st Kamouraska, 
12 May, 30. 

6 Major Commandant 2nd Kamouraska, 11 Aug., 30. 

6 Captain 15 Jan., 14. Major 2nd Kamouraska, 12 Aug., 30. 

7 Formerly of North West Fur Company. Died at Kivi&re-du-Loup, 14 June, 
37, aged 75. 

8 Major, Kamouraska, 10 Aug., 30. 

9 Died at Quebec, 5 Sept., 29, aged 61. 

10 Major 2nd Battln, Cornwallis, 4 April, 28. 



ST. JEAN DE PORT JOLI DIVISION. 

8 Colonel Honble Pierre Ignace Aubert de Gaspe\ 
10 Lieut-Colonel Charles Riverin. 

Major Antoine Ovide de Lanaudiere, 20 April, 12. 

9 M-dijor-en-second Joseph Francois Couillard Despre s, 16 July, 12. 

1 Adjutant Captain Simon Fraser, 16 July, 12. 

2 Aide-Major Ensign Joseph M. Belanger. 
Captains Simon Fraser (Adjt.) St. Jean. 

3 Francois Fournier. St. Jean. 
Jean M. Castongud St. Roch. 
Francois Morin. St. Roch. 
Louis Bresse. St. Roch. 

B. Morin. St. Roch. 

J. B. Couillard Despre s, Sr. I/Islet. 

J. B. Couillard Despres, Jr. L Islet. 

Joseph Bosse. Cap St. Ignace. 12 July, 04. 

In 1828, 1st Battalion, County of Devon. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 155 

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.) 

Lieutenants Joseph Prospere Couillard. 
Joseph Romaine Couillard. 
Bonaventure Caron. 
Ensigns Pierre Benjamin Bernier. 
Jean Baptiste Bosse . 
Francois Rigaud Bernier. 
Louis Claude Caron. 
Louis Marie Morin. 



ST. THOMAS DIVISION.** 

Colonel Honble Pierre Ignace Aubert de Gaspe . 
11 Lieut.-Colonel Commandant Louis Duniere, 20 April, 12. 
4 Major Joseph Fraser. Li-Colonel 21 Feb., 14. 
Adjutant Captain Francois Cote\ 
Aides-Major Captain Augustin C. Couillard ; Super. Major 13 

April, 13. 

Captain Andre* Dubord, 13 April, 13. 
Ensign Leopold Dubord. 
Ensign Simon Prudent Blais, 9 July, 12. 
Captains Charles Tache. St. Thomas. To 4th S. E. M. 
Francois Cote* (Adjt.) St. Thomas. 
Francois Tetu. St. Thomas. 27 April, 11. 
Michel Blais. St. Pierre. 
Louis Blais. St. Pierre. 
Jean Baptiste Martineau. St. Francois. 
Joseph Beaudouin. Berthier-en-bas. 
Agapit Lavoie. Isle aux Grues. 20 July, 04. 
Lieutenants Louis Cazeau, 23 May, 12. Captain 6 April, 15. 
Anthony Talbot, 8 July, 12. 

Ensigns Alexis Boulay, 23 May, 12. 
7 Joseph Blais, 8 July, 12. 



1 Major 1st Battln, Devon, 14 Mar., 14; 1st Battln, L Islet, 2 April, 30. 
1 Captain 1st Battln, L Islet, 20 July, 30. 
8 Major 1st Battln, L Islet, 27 July, 30. 
4 Lt.-Colonel 2nd Battln, Bellechasse, 5 May, 30. 
6 Major 2nd Battln, L Islet, 5 April, 30. 
**In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of Devon, 



156 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



DISTRICT OF QUEBEC (Continued.,) 

6 Captain 2nd Battln, L Islet, 5 May, 30. 

7 Lieutenant 2nd Battln, L Islet, 29 April, 30. 

8 Member Leg. Council, 1812. Died 13 Feb., 23. 

9 Member for Devon, 1814-20; Major 1st Battln Devon ; died at 

L Islet, 11 July, 29. 

10 Died at Cap St. Ignace, 22 Oct., 24, aged 82. 

11 To 4th S. E. M., 25 May, 12. 



DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS 

NORTH DIVISION OF THREE RIVERS. 

1 Colonel Commandant Thomas Coffin, 6 Jan., 1803. 

1st Battalion Three Rivers Division. 
2nd Battalion Riviere-du-Loup Division. 
3rd Battalion Ste. Anne Division. 

IST BATTALION THREE RIVERS DIVISION. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Louis Charles Foucher. 

Major Antoine Poulin de Courval, 18 May, 12 ; to 3rd S. E. M. 

28 May, 12. 

Louis Gugy, 19 May, 12 ; to 3rd S. E. M. 18 Mar., 13. 

Adjutant Ensign Hugh Fraser. 

3 Quartermaster John Patrick O Doherty ; to 3rd S.E.M.28 May,12. 

Charles Ogden, 22 July, 12. 
Louis Fromenteau (super.) 

COMPANIES AT THREE RIVERS. 

Captains Modeste Prat. 

4 Charles Lemaitre Auge" ; to 3rd S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 

5 Antoine St. Louis, Sr. ; to 3rd S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 
Joseph Godfrey de Normanville. 

Pierre Vezina; to 3rd S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 
Norbert Benjamin Doucet; to 3rd S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 
Amable Berthelot. 
Joseph B. Badeaux. 
Lieutenants J. Lemaitre Lottinville. 

Antoine Le Sieur Lapierre. Captain 2 Jan., 13. 

Charles Le Sieur. Captain by 1813. 

Rene Joseph Kimber. Captain 4 Feb., 14. 

Charles Gordon. 

Conrad Enau. 

Ezekiel Hart. Captain 29 June, 16. 

Pierre Joseph Godefroy de Tonnancour, 20 July, 12. 

J. M. de Tonnancour. To 2nd S. E. M. 25 May, 12. 

G. O., 5 Nov., 12, ordered one field officer, with two companies, foi permanent 
duty at Three Rivers. See 8th Battalion. 
IT In 1828, was the 1st Battalion, County of St. Maurice. 



158 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS (Continued.) 

Ensigns Pierre Gouin. 

14 Joseph Lougval. Captain 17 June, 15. 
Philip Burns. 

Charles Fortier. 

Thomas Martin Coffin. 

William Anderson. 

James Johnston. Lieut, by 1813. 

Amable Toutant, 23 July, 12. 

15 J. B. Duchene, 24 July, 12. 
John Munro, 25 July, 12. 

16 Captains Zachary McAuley. St. Maurice. 

Pierre Joseph Heroux. Yamachiche. 
Joseph Bellefeuille. Cap de la Madeleine. 
Joseph Gauthier. Pointe-du-Lac. 



I Member for St. Maurice, 1792-1804 ; Three Rivers, 1810-14 ; Member Leg. 
Council, 1817. Died 19 July, 41. 

J Member for Montreal West, 1797-1800 ; Three Eivers, 1804-08. Judge King s 
Bench, 1812. 

3 A school teacher. Died at Montreal, 4 Sept., 29, aged 59. 
* Major 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 24 April, 30. 

5 Captain 22 June, 04. Major 3rd Battln, St. Maurice, 21 Aug., 30. 

6 Member for Three Eivers, 1816-20. 

7 The Medal Roll gives his Christian name as being "Nicholas." It is changed 
to "Norbert" on the authority of his grandson, Captain Emile Doucet. See 3rd 
S. E. M., page 125. 

8 Member for Three Rivers, 1814-16. 

9 Major 19 May, 12; Lt. -Colonel 2nd Battln, Montreal, 23 Apr., 30. See page 125. 

10 Captain 3rd Battln, St. Maurice, 18 March, 31. 

II Member for Three Rivers, 1832-38. Legislative Councillor, 1843. Captain 
1st Battln, St. Maurice, 27 April, 30. Died 22 Dec., 43. 

11 Member for Three Rivers, 1807-09 ; Captain 1st Battln,St. Maurice, 16 May, 30. 
18 To 1st S. E. M. 25 Mar., 13. Member for Three Rivers, 1830. 

14 Captain 1st Battln, St. Maurice, 16 May, 30. 

15 Captain 3rd Battln, St. Maurice, 18 March, 30. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 159 

DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS (Continued.) 
2ND BATTALION RIVIERE-DU-LOUP.1F 

Lt.-Col. Commandant Nicholas St. Martin, 16 May, 12. 

1 Major Francois Boucher, 16 May ; to 3rd S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 

2 Adjutant Ensign Etienne Mayrand, 27 Feb., 12. 

Captains Antoine Marchand. Maskinongd Resigned 18 June,13. 
Emmanuel Desmarais. Riv.-du-Loup. 11 Sept., 07. 
Augustin Harnois. Riv.-du-Loup. 
Jean Baptiste Lemaitre Auge". Riv.-du-Loup. 25 

July, 12. 

Jean Baptiste Martin. St. Leon. 
Michel Doucet, 3 Jan., 13. 
Lieutenants Francois Caron, 25 July, 12. 

Jean Baptiste Lafreniere. Captain in 1813. 
Amable Lapierre, Jan., 13. 
Gonzague Enau, Jan., 13. 
Louis Lebrun. Lieut. 6 Jan., 13. 
Ensign Pierre Fortier, 27 July, 12. 
Isaac Phineas, 28 July, 12. 
Alexis Lesieur dit Desaulniers. Lieut, in 1813. 
Pierre Ringuet, 2 Jan., 13. 
Etienne Mayrand. Lieut, in 1813. 
David Grant. 
Louis Voligny. 
Chevalier Sicard. 
Louis Andre Duchesny. Promoted Captain. 



1 Lt. -Colonel 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 1 July, 22. 

1 Member for St. Maurice, 1816-20. Major 2nd Batt., St. Maurice, 1 March, 27. 
Legislative Councillor, 1841. Died 22 Jan., 72. 

* Died at Biviere-du-Loup, 21 Jan., 45, aged 85. 

* Captain 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 24 Sept., 30. 

5 Capt. 1st Battln, St. Maurice, 14 Oct., 27. 

6 Captain 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 26 July, 28. 

7 Major 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 14 July, 28. 

8 Capt. 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 1 Oct., 27. 

9 Paymaster 2nd Battln, St. Maurice, 19 Nov., 27. 

IT In 1828, became 2nd Battln, County of St. Maurice. 



160 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS (Continued.) 
3RD BATTALION STE. ANNE DIVISION. 

1 Li- Col. Commandant Joachim Lanouette, 20 May, 12. 

2 Major Benjamin Joseph Frobisher, 21 May, 12. 
Adjutant Charles Gouin, 6 June, 09. 
Captains Joseph Alexandre. Champlain. 

Hyacinthe Marchand. Batiscan. 
Amable Marchand. St. Stanislas. 
Hyacinthe Nobert. Ste. Genevieve. 
Augustin Joubin dit Boisverd. Ste. Anne. 
Louis Perrault. Ste. Anne. 



1 Died at Ste. Anne de la Perade, 5 Jan., 24, aged 85. 

1 Appointed Provincial A.D.C. to Sir Gordon Drummo: 
,E.M. Member Montreal E., 1792-96. 

8 Died at Ste. Anne de la Perade, 10 Jan., 24, aged 70. 



1 Appointed Provincial A.D.C. to Sir Gordon Drummond, 15 Apr., 15. See 2nd 
S.E.M. Member Montreal E., 1792-96. 



SOUTH DIVISION OF THREE RIVERS. 

1 Colonel Commandant Marie Joseph de Tonnancour, Sr. 

1st Battalion Yamaska Division. 
2nd Battalion Nicolet Division. 
3rd Battalion Becancour Division. 



IST BATTALION YAMASKA DIVISION. 

Lt.-Colonel J. A Crevier de St. Francois, Sr. 
Major Pierre Bazin. To 1st S. E. 28 May, 12. 
1 Adjutant Lieut. M. J. de Tonnancour, Jr. 

Quartermaster John Oakes. 

4 Captains Pierre Bazile Pelissier. Yamaska. 10 Sept., 1790. 
Re gise Pelissier, Sr. Yamaska. 26 May, 12. 
Jean Bapt. Brouillard. Yamaska. 
Pierre Brouillard. Yamaska. 
Francois Deschenaux. St. Francois. 

In 1828, 3rd Battalion, County of St. Maurice. 

In 1828, 1st Battalion, County of Buckinghamshire. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 161 

DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS (Continued.) 

Captains Pierre Dugue (Duguay). St. Francois. 
Francois Louis Dumoulin. St. Francois. 
Jean Baptiste Drolet. 

Lieutenants Theophile Pelissier. 26 May, 12. 
Regis Pelissier, Jr. 
Bazile Cartier. Captain 8 Jan., 14. 
Andre Schultz. 

Paul Bussiere. Resigned Feb., 13. 
Joseph Forquin. 
M. J. de Tonnancour, Jr. (Adjt.) 
Andre Beauchemin. 
3 Ensigns Pierre Joseph Chevretils, Jr., 26 May, 12. 

Francois Lemaitre Duhaime. Promoted Lieut. 

Joachim Caron. 

Francois Depin. 

Joseph Courchene. 

J. A. Crevier de St. Francois, Jr. 10 Jan., 14. 



1 Born 1750. Lieut, in Carleton s Canadian Companies, 1776. Prisoner at St. 
John s. Served in Militia until 1831. Died 22 Nov., 34. 

2 Son of above; born 1786. Lt.-Colonel 1st Battln, Yamaska, 1 July, 30. 
Died Sept., 50. 

3 Died at St. Michel, 8 Sept., 18. 

4 Major 1st Battln, Yamaska, 21 Aug., 30. 

5 Captain 1st Battln, Yamaska, 20 Sept., 30. 



2ND BATTALION NICOLET DIVISIONS 

1 Lt.-Colonel Commandant Joseph Carmel, 12 May, 12. 
Major Jean Baptiste Lozeau, 13 May, 12. 
Adjutant Captain Joseph Franchere. 
3 Aide-Major Lieutenant Pierre Joseph Cresse*. 
Captains Joseph Franchere. Nicolet. 

Etienne Cote. Nicolet. 1 Dec., 12. 

Ignace Lupien. Nicolet. 

M. H. Bellerose. Nicolet. 

Jean Baptiste Poulin de Courval. Nicolet. 6 Sept., 07. 

Jean Baptiste Lat rond. Bay St. Antoine. 

H In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of Buckinghamshire. 



162 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS (Continued.") 

Captains Augustin Clair Houde, Sr. Bay St. Antoine. 

Joseph Lozeau. Bay St. Antoine. 
Lieutenant Antoine Manseau. Bay St. Antoine. 



1 "Joseph Carmel, Lieut, of Artillery of 2nd Battln, Quebec Town, to be Lt. 
Colonel Commandant 2nd Battln, or Nicolet Division. G. O., 12 May, 12." 

a Lt. -Colonel 2nd Battln, Yamaska, 26 July, 30. 
3 Served in 8th and 4th Batt., S. E. M. 



SRD BATTALION BECANCOUR DIVISION.! 

1 Lt.-Colonel Francois Legendre, 13 May, 12. 
Major Ambroise de La Chevrotiere, 14 May, 12. 

2 Adjutant Ensign Laurent Genest. 
Aide-Major Captain Joseph Rosseau. 
Captains Jean Baptiste Hebert. St. Gregoire. 

Joseph Prince. St. Gregoire. 

Francois Doucet. Becancour. 

Antoine Leblanc. Becancour. 5 Jan., 12. 

Ignace Dehais. Becancour. 

Joseph Turcot. Gentilly. 12 Sept., 07. 

Eustache Malhiot. St. Pierre. 8 Jan., 12. 



1 Lt.-Colonel 2nd Battln, Nicolet, 16 April, 30. 

1 Captain and Adjutant 2nd Battln, Nicolet, 12 April, 30. 

Uln 1828, 3rd Battalion, County of Buckinghamshire. 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL 



ROYAL MONTREAL TROOP OF CAVALRY.H 

1 Captain George Platt. 

2 Lieutenant Robert Gillespie. 

3 Cornet John Molson, Jr. 
Quartermaster David Nelson. 



1 Member for Montreal East, 1814-16. 

1 See Montreal Volunteers. 

8 One of the founders of Molson s Bank. Died 12 July, 1860. 



COMPAGNIE DES GUIDES. 

ft l Captain Joseph Ignace Hebert, 11 Sept., 12. 
ft Pierre Hebert, from 2nd Beauharnois. 

Lieutenant Constantin Cartier, 11 Sept., 12. 
ft Jean Cassaut. 

ft Ensign Jean Baptiste Regnaud. 



Died at Laprairie, 12 Feb., 22, in his 64th year. 



ROYAL MILITIA ARTILLERY. 



Captain J. Charlton. 
Lieutenant William Andrews. 



IT Ordered for service 8 Nov., 13. Disembodied 24 Nov. by G.O. 17 Nov., 13. 
This name is inserted from C. 703, Can. Archives. 
Levy approved 25 August, 12 ; disbanded 1 March, 15. 



164 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
MONTREAL MILITIA BATTALION. 

Lt.-Colonel Alexander Auldjo, 6 July, 12. 
Major - - Guy, 6 July, 12. 

Two Companies from 1st Battalion Lt.-Colonel Auldjo. 
Two Companies from 2nd Battalion Lt.-Colonel Hervieux. 
Two Companies from 3rd Battalion Lt.-Colonel P. Fortier. 



MONTREAL INCORPORATED VOLUNTEERS. 

1 Major James Caldwell ; Lt.-Col. 25 Sept., 13. 

2 Adjutant Thomas Bird Ahern, late 100th, 21 Sept., 12. 

William Andrews. 

Captains James Dunlop (Artillery) ; Major com d g 25 Sept., 13. 
Honble John Richardson (Grenadiers). 
John Forsyth. 

John Ogilvy(Light Infantry); Majorcom d g,13 Jan.,14. 
Lieutenants David Ross ; Captain 10 Oct., 12. 

George Garden ; Captain 10 Oct., 12. 

ft William Hallo well ; Brevet Captain 12 Oct., 12. 

Thomas Blackwood (Artillery). 
Alexander Allison, 
ft 10 Thomas Thain. 

ft Andrew Paterson. 

David Ogden. 
Hart Logan. 

ft 7 Robert Gillespie ; promoted Captain. 

ft Ensigns James Leslie. 

Arthur Webster. 



1 Died 19 April, 15. 

1 Transferred to 1st S. E. M., 11 April, 14. 

8 Resigned 5 April, 14. See Royal Militia Artillery. 

The Flank Companies of the Militia Battalions of Montreal Town were 
formed into one Battalion, G.O. 6 July, 12. 

Composed of the Artillery Company, the Grenadier and Light Infantry Com 
panies and Captain Forsyth s Company, 1st Battalion Montreal City ; incor 
porated 21 Sept., 12 ; relieved 28 Nov., 12 ; ordered for service, 8 Nov., 13 ; dis 
embodied 24 Nov., by G. O. 17 Nov., 13. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 165 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

4 Court- martialled and dismissed from the Militia, 13 Jan., 14. 

6 Member Leg. Council, 1827 ; Lt. -Colonel Montreal Cavalry, 18 June, 28. 
Died 27 Dec., 37. 

6 Appointed Lt.-Colonel Kiviere du Chene Battln, 28 March, 14. 

7 Afterwards Sir Kobert Gillespie. 

8 Major in Montreal Artillery, 1828. 

* Member for Montreal East, 1792-6 ; Montreal West, 1804-08. Member Ex. 
Council, 1804 ; Legislative Councillor, 1816. Died 18 May, 31. 
10 Member for Montreal, 1820-24. 



1ST BATTALION MONTREAL CITY. 
"British Militia." 

1 Colonel Commandant Honble James McGill. 
Lt.-Colonel Alexander Auldjo ; resigned 25 Sept., 13. 

James Caldwell, 25 Sept., 13. 

2 Major Daniel Sutherland, 18 April, 12. 

3 Adjutant Captain Robert Griffin. 

Andrew Paterson. 

14 Ensign Peter McCutcheon, 15 Nov., 13. 

4 Quartermaster Lieut. David David ; Captain 28 April, 12. 

Thomas Bushby, 10 July, 12. 

15 Surgeon George Selby. 
Chaplain Rev. Mountain. 

6 Captain Alexander Henry. 
Francis Badgely. 

Samuel Gerrard, 29 April, 12 ; Major 4 May, 21. 
Robert Griffin. 

^ 8 William Blakely; resigned 10 Oct., 12. 

9 Lieutenants John Forsyth. 

James Woolrich. 

Stephen Sewell. 

Thomas Yarwood. 

Mungo Kay. 

William Hunter. 

Meyer Michaels. 

Robert Armour, 10 July, 12; Capt. 5 May, 21. 

John Ogilvie ; to Longue Pointe Battln f May, 12. 

David David ; Captain 28 April, 12. 

Grenadiers 1st Battalion doing duty, 21 July, 12 ; relieved by G. O., 24 Aug., 
12 ; ordered for service at Lachine, 4 Nov., 12 ; disembodied 24 Nov., 13. 



166 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.} 

11 Ensigns Andrew Porteous ; Captain 5 May, 21. 
Peter Harkness. 
Andrew Paterson. 
David Ogden. 
Arthur Webster. 
John McTavish. 
Thomas A. Turner. 
Norman Bethune. 
William Molson, Jr. 
Alexander Dowie. 
George Moffat. 
Joseph Fraser. 
Thomas Bushby, 10 July, 12. 
James Leslie. 
George Auldjo. 



1 Executive Council, 1793 ; founder of McGill University. Died 19 Dec., 13. 
Was also Military Postmaster. Lt. -Colonel on Staff 25 Apr., 15. 
Lt. -Colonel 8 March, 21. 
Died at Montreal, 30 Nov., 24, aged 60. 

Member for Montreal East, 1820. Died at Montreal, 5 Oct., 37. 
The explorer. Died at Montreal, 4 April, 24, aged 85. 
Major 2nd Battln Montreal City and County, 16 April, 30. 
Captain Montreal Volunteers. 
Lt. -Colonel Montreal Volunteers, 2 July, 30. See page 5. 

10 Editor "Montreal Herald." Died 6 Sept., 18, aged 43. 

11 Captain 1st Battln, Montreal City and County, 21 May, 30. 
11 Major Montreal Rifle Co y, 18 June, 28. 

13 Was in charge of American prisoners of war from Detroit, 28 Sept., 12. 
Member East Montreal, 1827. 

u Probably the gentleman who afterwards changed his name to "McGill." 
16 Born in England, 1760 ; died at Montreal, 1835. 
16 Died at Montreal, June, 23. 

2ND BATTALION MONTREAL CITY AND VICINITY. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Commandant Jacques Hervieux, 23 Aug., 09. 

2 Major Louis Guy, Sr., 1 Apr., 12 ; to Longue Pte. 7 May, 12. 

Jean Bouthillier,16 April, 12; to 3rd Montreal, 15 Oct., 13. 
Dominique Rosseau ; dismissed 14 Nov., 13. 

Ordered for garrison duty, July 12 ; relieved 24 Aug., 12 ; for service 4 Nov. 
12 ; for service 8 Nov., 13 ; disembodied 24 Nov., 13. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 167 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Adjutant Capt. Jean Guillaume Delisle, 6 May, 12. 

Peter McCutcheon, 15 Nov., 13. 
Quartermaster Ensign Francois Franchere. 
Surgeon David Arnoldi, 29 Jan., 14. 
Captains Jean Baptiste Lefebvre ; Major 1 5 Oct., 13. 

Michel Dumas ; retired with rank of Major, 22 Dec., 13. 

3 Toussaint Pothier, Sr. ; to 3rd Montreal, 14 Nov., 13. 

4 Benjamin Beaubien ; Major 19 Jan., 14. 
Louis Duplessis, 1 April, 12. 

Francois Desrivieres, Sr. ; Major 26 March, 14. 
6 Louis Roy dit Portelance, 3 April, 12. 

6 Saveuse de Beaujeu, 4 April, 12. 
Joseph Bedard, 16 April, 12. 
Antoine Lang, 5 Oct., 12. 

Jean Guillaume Delisle, 5 Oct., 12 ; Major 14 Nov., 13. 
Jean Baptiste Delisle. 

7 F. Augustin Quesnel ; Capt. (Super) by 1814. 

8 Louis J. Papineau, Jr. ; Capt. (Super) by 1814. 

9 Dominique Lacroix; Capt. (Super) by 1814. 

10 Jean R. Rolland ; Capt. (Super) 10 Nov., 1814. 

11 Lieutenants Antoine Louis LeVesque (Super); to Staff 22 May, 12. 

Augustin Berthelot. 

Pierre Charles Dubois ; Captain 24 Jan., 14. 
Augustin Dumas. 

Joseph Perrault; Captain 21 July, 15. 
Jules Quesnel. 
Louis Pierre Guy. 
Jean Baptiste Routier. 
Francois Desrivieres, Jr. 
Toussaint Pothier, Jr. 
Louis T. Bouthillier. 
Charles Lamontagne. 
Charles Fleury Roy. 
Francois Delagrave. 
Ignace Bertrand. 
John Shuter. 

Louis Lamontagne ; promoted Captain. 
L. M. Viger. 

i* Hughes Heney ; to 3rd Montreal, 16 Oct., 13. 

Robert Duplessis. 
Paul L huissier. 
J. Peltier, Jr. 



168 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Ensigns Louis Partener. 

Luc Charles Racine. 

John Jesse Rives. 

Pierre Lefebvre. 

Jean Baptiste Noreau. 

Albert Bender. 

Felix Brugiere ; to 4th S. E. M. 

Alexander Lusignan. 

J. C. Grant. 

E. M. Leprohon ; to 2nd S. E. M. 28 May, 12. 



1 Died at Isle Jesus, 8 Dec., 28, aged 78. 

1 Son of Colonel Pierre Guy, who died in 1812. Member Leg. Council; an 
archeologist ; died at Montreal, 1840. 

8 See 3rd Division, Montreal ; also Canadian Volunteers, Upper Canada. 
* Major 1st Battalion, Montreal, 1 April, 1830. 
6 Member for Montreal County, 1808-14. 

6 Member Leg. Council, 1830. Died 19 June, 32. 

7 Major 4th Montreal, 1 May, 30 ; Executive Councillor, 1837 ; died July, 1866. 

8 Member for Kent, 1808-14 ; Montreal West, 1816 ; Major 3rd Montreal, 3 May, 
30. See Deputy Judge Advocate. 

9 Major 2nd Battln, Montreal, 17 April, 30. 

10 Query Judge Jean Roch Holland. 

11 Lt.-Colonel 5th Battln, Montreal, 27 Nov., 30. 

1J Executive Councillor, 1833. Died at Three Rivers, 13 Jan., 44. 

18 Son of Charles Lusiniani (Lusignan), late Captain Montreal Militia. 



3RD BATTALION-CITY OF MONTREAL AND ITS VIC1NITY. 

Colonel Commandant Pierre Fortier. 
1 Lt.-Colonel Hy polite St. George Duprd 

Jean Bouthillier, from 2nd Montreal, 15 Oct., 13. 
Major Gabriel Franchere, 14 April, 12 ; resigned 28 Dec., 13. 

Pierre Hervieux, 17 April, 12; Lt.-Colonel 22 March, 14. 
Toussaint Pothier, Sr., 14 Nov., 13 ; from 2nd Montreal. 

Ordered for garrison duty, July 12 ; relieved 24 Aug., 12. For service 4 Nov., 
12 ; embodied 27 Sept., 13 ; disembodied 24 Nov., 13. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 169 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued,) 

10 Adjutant Captain Louis Charland. 
fi Lieut. Hughes Heney, 16 Oct., 13. 

Quartermaster Lieut. Alexis Bourret. 
Surgeon B. Herigault. 
Captain; William Metchler, 6 April, 12. 
J. D. Lacroix, 7 April, 12. 
J. M. Lamothe, 8 April, 12. 
S. Dumas, 9 April, 12. 

Francois Xavier Bender, 10 April, 12 ; to 5th S. E. M. 
Louis Charland, 11 4pril, 12 (Adjutant). 
9 P. Huguet dit Latour, Sr., 13 April, 12. 

L. Huguet dit Latour, Jr., 14 April, 12. 
Joseph Robreau Duplessis, Sr., 17 April, 12. 

6 Denis Benjamin Viger. 
Peter Lukin. 

8 Thomas Baron, 2 Apr., 12. 
Lieutenants Nicholas Mene clier ; Captain 5 Oct., 12. 

Michel Fournier ; Captain 7 Oct., 12. 

9 P. Huguet dit Latour, Jr. ; Captain 8 Oct., 12. 
Charles Prevost ; Capt. 8 Oct., 12. 

Pierre Charland; Captain 9 Oct., 12. 

7 Felix Vinet dit Souligny. 
Joseph Roy; Captain 20 Jan., 14. 

8 Hughes Heney, from 2nd Montreal, 16 Oct , 13. 
Charles Racicot. 

Nicolas Massue. 

Joseph Desautels. 

Dominique Benjamin Rollin. 

Alexis Bourret (Quartermaster). 

Francois Roy. 

Gabriel Roy. 

Louis Dulongpre , Jr. 

T. Casimir Trudeau. 

Etienne Roy. 

Alexis Laframboise. 

Jean Marie Cadieu. 

Augustin Perrault. 

Samuel Gales. 

Ensigns Toussaint Pothier, Jr. 
Joseph Herse. 
Michel Bibeau. 
Jean Baptiste Dezery. 



170 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Ensigns Charles Pasteur. 
Michel Trudeau. 
C. Lamontagne. 



1 See Commissary of Transports. Member for Huntingdon, 1792-96. 

1 Lieut. -Colonel 3rd Montreal, 27 April, 30. 

8 Lieut.-Colonel 5th Montreal, 29 April, 30. 

* See also 2ndDiv., 1st Battln, Montreal. Member Ex. C., 1838. Died 12 Oct., 45. 

5 See 2nd Division Montreal, 1st Battln. 

6 Member for West Montreal, 1808-14 ; Member Leg. Council, 1829. Died 13 
Feb., 61. 

7 Member West Montreal, 1816. 

8 See Argenteuil Division. 

9 A "Pierre Huguet Latour" died at Montreal, 10 Sept., 28, aged 56. 
10 Died 3 Sept., 13. 



POINTS CLAIRE DIVISION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Commandant Etienne Nivard St. Dizier, 3 Apr., 12. 
Major Philippe Leprohon, 3 Apr., 12; promoted Lt.-Colonel. 

Jean Marie Mondelet, 22 July, 12 ; Lt.-Colonel 23 Apr., 14. 
Louis Levesque ; Lt.-Colonel 27 Nov., 20. 
Adjutant-en-paie Thomas Beaudouin ; resigned 19 Apr., 14. 

Etienne Nivard St. Dizier, Jr., 19 Apr., 14. 
Aide-Major Ensign Gaapard Touche. 

Charles Marcille. Ste. Genevieve. 

Lieutenant Joseph. 

Quartermaster Ensign Stewart Fisher. 

Augustin Berthelot. 
Surgeon George Myers. 

Captains Pierre Roy dit Lapensee. Lachine. 
Dominique Letaut. Lachine. 
Dominique Ducharme, Sr. Lachine. 
Lieutenant Baptiste Dumouchel. Lachine. 
Ensign Paul Picard. Lachine. 

Ordered for service July, 12; ordered out by G.O. 3 Nov., 12; relieved 26 
Nov., 12. Ordered out 8 Nov., 13, serving under Col. De Chambault. In 1820 
this corps was the 5th Battalion, Montreal ; in 1828 5th Batt. Montreal County. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 171 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

5 Captains Joseph Binet. Pte. Claire. 

Andre" Legault, 21 July, 12. Pte. Claire. 
Jean Baptiste Lacombe. Pte. Claire. 
Joseph Valade. Pte. Claire. 
Joseph Mailloux, 17 July, 12. Ste. Genevieve. 
Michel Demers, 18 July, 12. Ste. Genevieve. 
Augustin Neveu, 20 July, 12. He Bizard. 
George Giroux. S. aux Recollets. 
Louis Boudreau. S. aux Recollets. 
Joseph Antoine Berthe. Ste. Anne. 

6 Lieutenants Baptiste Dumouchel. Lachine. 

Bonaventure Bregard. 

Hyacinthe Brunet. 

Louis Crevier. 

Baptiste David. 

Joshua Meloche. 

Benjamin Mailloux. 

Pierre Valois. 

Joseph Payment dit Lariviere, 21 July, 12. 

Dominique Ducharme, 22 July, 12. Lachine. 
6 Ensigns Paul Picard. Lachine. 

Ignace Demers, 20 July, 12. 

Antoine Proulx dit Clement, 21 July, 12. 

Dominique Ducharme, 22 July, 12. Lachine. 

Charles Bowman. 

Toussaint Cere. 

Arsene Charlebois. 

Hyacinthe Lefebvre. 

Eustache Masson. 

Antoine Trottier. 

Charles Nonmandean. 



1 Member for Montreal West, 1810-14. Died at Montreal, 16 May, 20, aged 58. 

2 Member for Montreal West, 1804-08; Montreal East, 1808-09. 

3 See Voltigeurs, page 106. 

4 See Indian Department. 
6 Dismissed 12 July, 12. 

6 Dismissed 6 July, 12. 

7 Son of Jean Marie Ducharme. Member for Montreal County, 1796. 

8 Son of Dominique Ducharme, Sr. 



172 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
LONGUE POINTE DIVISION. 

Colonel Pierre Fortier. 

Lt.-Colonel Commandant Louis Guy.frorn 2nd Montreal,7May,12. 

John Ogilvie, from 1st Montreal, 7 

May, 12. 

Major J. P. Leprohon ; Lt.-Col. 14 Oct., 13. 
1 Etienne Guy, 22 May, 12. 

Adjutant Charles Levasseur. 

Louis Gravelle. 

* Aide-Major Captain Samuel David, 7 May, 12 ; Major 18 Nov., 13. 
Quartermaster Charles F. Grece. 
Surgeon Augustin Munro. 
Captains Emil Vidrecaire. Longue Pointe. 

J.M. Jeannot dit Lachapelle. Longue Pointe,16 Apr.,11. 
Amable Morand. Pointe-aux-Trembles. 
Jean Baptiste Maillard. Pointe-aux-Trembles. 
Jean Baptiste Chevaudier. Riv. des Prairies. 
J. Baptiste Monarque. Riv. des Prairies. 
Paul Monarque. Riv. des Prairies. 
Pierre Demers. St. Laurent. 
Augustin Riche. St. Laurent. 
Gabriel Crevier. St. Laurent. 
Gabriel Roy, 3 Jan., 14. 
Lieutenants Jean Baptiste Archambault. 
J. Berthelot. 

J. B. Bricault. 
Antoine Lepage. 

J. Baptiste Lecavalier ; Captain 13 Jan., 14. 
Joseph Provost, (I.) 
Prudent Vinet. 

Ensigns Nicholas Archambault. 
Maurice Bazinet. 
Pierre Bazinet, 
Francois Bricault. 
Nicholas Bricault. 
Francois Beaudry. 
Gabriel Landuette. 

By G. O. 16 Apr., 12, all companies excepting that of St. Laurent, were trans 
ferred to L Assomption Battalion. Formed 7 May, 12 ; ordered for service 4 
Nov., 12. Served under Lt.-Col. De Chambault with Riv.-du-Chene, Vaudreuil 
Battalions in November, 1813, in operations against Plattsburg. In 1828 was 
known as 6th Battalion, Montreal County. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 173 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.} 

Ensigns M. Lebeau. 

Joseph Monarque. 
Ivan McDonald. 
Alexander McDonald. 
Joseph Prevost, (II.) 
Ignace Dumouchel. 



1 Member for Montreal County, 1796-1800. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Samuel David, Longue Pointe Militia, died at Montreal, 3 
March, 24. 

ARGENTEUIL DIVISION. 

1 Colonel Patrick Murray. 

2 Lt.-Colonel William Kell, Sr. 
Major Archibald McMillan. 

s Adjutant Captain Thomas Baron. 
Aide-Major Ensign Barthelemi Quentin. 
Quartermaster Benjamin Wallace, 16 Jan., 12. 
Chaplain Richard Bradford. 
Captains Simon Leroy. Argenteuil. 
Joel Bisby. Argenteuil. 
Thomas Hyde. Argenteuil. 
Uriah McNeall. Argenteuil. 
4 Jeremiah Meacham. Ridge. 

Walter Chase. Chatham. 
Island Noble. Chatham. 
Philemon Wright. 
D. McGregor. 
Jamea Brown. 
William Kell, Jr. 

Lieutenants Judah Center ; Captain 1 Sept., 18. 
William Cameron. 
Johnson Smith. 
Ensigns James Baron. 

John McMartin. 
Derrick Ostrum. 

1 Ensign 42nd 9 Mar., 1761 ; Lieut. 60th 21 Sept., 62 ; Town Major, Quebec, 24 
June, 67 ; Capt. 60th 23 Sept., 75 ; Major 6 Oct., 84. Died at Montreal, 14 July, 
1823, aged 74. See 5th S. E. M., page 130. 

In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of York. 



174 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

2 Served during Revolutionary War under Cornwallis, Rawdon and Stewart ; 
wounded five times ; went on h.p. 1783. Lt. -Colonel 2nd Battln, Argenteuil ; 
retired 1827. Died at St. Andrews, 5 July, 29, aged 78. 

8 Major 2nd Battln, York, 4 Sept., 27 ; Two Mountains Battln 4 June, 30. 

4 Daniel de Hertel applied, in 1816, for a Captaincy in the place of Jeremiah 
Meacham, who had deserted during the war. (Can. Archives.) 

6 Founder of the City of Hull, P.Q. 



VAUDREUIL DIVISION. 

1 Colonel Commandant Honble Michel Eustache Gaspard Alain 

de Lotbiniere. 

1st Battalion Vaudreuil. 

2nd Battalion Riviere-du-Chene. 

IST BATTALION VAUDREUIL. 

Lt.-Colonel Antoine Amedee Filion, Sr., 28 July, 12. 

2 Major Jean Baptiste Testard de Montigny, 29 July, 12. 
Adjutant Captain Andre Dominique Pambrun, 30 July, 12. 
Aides-Major Lieutenant Maurice Maugrain, 30 July, 12. 

ft 3 Ensign Antoine Amedee Filion, Jr., 30 July, 12. 

Quartermaster Eleazar Hays. 
Captains Francois Cadieu. Vaudreuil. 

Michel St. Julien. Vaudreuil. 2 Dec,. 12. 

Charles Lalonde. Vaudreuil. 

Jean Baptiste Lefebvre, Sr. Vaudreuil. 

Francois Villeneuve. Rigaud. 

Joseph Chevrier. Rigaud. 3 Dec., 12. 

Jean Baptiste Fournier. Rigaud. 4 Dec., 12. 

Thomas Herve. Rigaud. 

Louis Pregreau. He Perrot. 

Antoine Michel Leduc. He Perrot. 26 Apr., 02. 

Gabriel Leroux. Soulanges. 

Philippe Bougis. Soulanges. 
fc 4 Louis Coutlee. Soulanges. 

Joseph Montpetit. Nouv. Longueuil. 21 Dec., 08. 

Antoine Bissonnet, Sr. Nouv. Longueuil. 

Served under Lt.-Col. DeChambault, together with Riv.-du-Chene and Longue 
Pointe Battalions, in Nov., 13, in demonstration against Plattsburg, 
In 1828, 4th Battalion, County of York. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 175 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Captains Antoine Landriaux. Nouv. Longueuil. 

Hyacinthe Montpetit, 7 Dec., 12. 
Lieutenants Joachim Bissonnet, 21 Dec., 12. To 5th S. E. M. 

Louis Pierre Coutlee, 7 Dec., 12. 

Joseph Henau, 7 Feb., 02. 

Pierre Marcoux, 9 Dec., 12. 

Pierre Montpetit, Jr., 8 Dec., 12. 

John McCuaig, 11 Dec., 12. 

Dominique Parent, 22 Dec., 08. 

William Schneider, 3 Dec., 12. 

A. Dubois. 

J. Baptiste Legault, 1 Dec., 12. 

Guillaume Leduc. 

Hubert Leroux, 3 Feb., 1789. 

Jean Baptiste Lefebvre, Jr. 
Ensigns Pierre Asselin. 

Vincent Belanger, 5 Dec., 12. 

Antoine Bissonnet, Jr., 11 Dec., 12. 

Louis Bourbonnais, 8 Dec., 12. 

Gelin Biron. 

Isaac Cowan. 

Edmund Hervd 

Pierre Henau. 

Luc Ambroise Lalonde, 3 Dec., 12. 

Pierre P. Lacroix. 

Antoine St. Julien, 12 Dec., 12. 

Regis Loranger, 4 Dec., 12. 

Charles Leduc, 

Paul Leroux. 

Charles Schneider, 6 Dec., 12. 

Francois Montpetit, 7 Dec., 12. 



1 Served under Belestre at siege of St. John s, 1775. Member York, 1792. 
Speaker of Assembly, 1793. Member Legislative Council, 1796. Retired from 
command 23 July, 18. Died 1 Jan., 22. 

2 Died at Fort Senneville, Ste. Anne, 29 Jan., 44, aged 68. 

Lived at Coteau-du-Lac. Capt. Aide-Major 4th Battln York, 1 July, 28. 

4 Died at the Cedars, 5 Mar., 14. 

5 Son of Capt. Louis Coutlee. Was afterwards Sheriff, Ottawa, P.Q. Died at 
the Cedars, 20 Aug., 67. 



176 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
2ND BATTALION RIYIERE-DU-CHENE 

*fe l Lt.-Colonel Eustache Louis Lambert Durnont, 1 June, 1807. 

John Olgivy, from 1st Montreal, 26 March, 14. 
Major Ignace Raizaine, 23 July, 12. 
Adjutant Captain Hyacinthe St. Germain, 27 Aug., 12. 
Captains Jean Baptiste Chevalier. St. Eustache. 
Duncan McGillis, Sr. St. Eustache. 
Jean Baptiste Ferre . St. Eustache. 
Etienne Dore. Riviere-du-Chene. 
Joseph Ethier. Riviere-du-Chene. 
H. St. Germain. Riviere-du-Chene. 
Michel Cheval. Riviere-du-Chene. 
John Chesser. Riviere-du-Chene. 
Joseph Meilleur. Riviere-du-Chene, 
Francois Bellefeuille. Riviere-du-Chene. 
Jean Baptiste Dumouchel. St. Benoit. 
Jean Baptiste Gastonguay. St. Benoit. 
Louis Masson. St. Benoit. 15 July, 12. 
Nicholas St. Onge. St. Benoit. 
Pierre Gatien. St. Benoit. 
Jean Ouellet. St. Benoit. 
Louis Dumouchel. St. Benoit. 
Capt.-Lieutenant Sebastien Legault. 
Lieutenants Antoine Amedee Filion. 
J. A. Berthelot. 
Joseph Andre Ethier. 
Ensigns Benjamin Gamelin, 10 Dec., 12. 
Baptiste Ferre 7 . 
Baptiste Chevalier. 
Duncan McGillis, Jr. 



1 Member for York, 1804-08. 

J Died at St. Eustache, 1 Feb., 16. 

3 Died in Plantagenet Township, John Chesser, in his 59th year, about July, 
1828. 

4 Died at Montreal, 23 May, 49, aged 62. 

Served with 1st Battln Vaudreuil and Longue Point Battln, under Lt.-Col. 
De Chambault. 
In 1828, 1st Battalion, County of York. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 177 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

ILE jtiSUS. 
Colonel Commandant Joseph Hubert Lacroix. 

1st Battalion He Je sus Division. 
2nd Battalion Terrebonne Division. 
3rd Battalion Blainville Division. 

IST BATTALION ILE J&3US Dl VISION. 

Lt.-Colonel Joseph Louis de Beaujeu. 
1 Major Jacob Oldham, 8 May, 12. 
Adjutant Ensign Joseph Francois Lacroix. 
Quartermaster Paul Rolin. 
Captains J. M. Bellanger. St. Vincent de Paul. 

Joseph Pepin. St. Vincent de Paul. 18 Dec., 12. 
Charles Daze\ St. Vincent de Paul. 19 Dec., 12. 
Joseph Gauthier. St. Vincent de Paul. 20 Dec., 12. 
Boniface Paquet. St. Vincent de Paul. 
Joseph Lacasse. St. Vincent de Paul. 
Joseph F. Filiatreau. Ste. Rose. 
Francois Ouimet. Ste. Rose. 
Antoine Damours (I.) Ste. Rose. 
Antoine Charets (I.) Ste. Rose. 1 Jan., 08. 
Julien Leblanc. St. Martin. 
J. Louis Charon. St. Martin. 
Pierre Duboishaux. St. Martin. 
Pierre Daze\ St. Francois. 24 March, 04. 
Henri Descotes. St. Francois. 28 Dec., 12. 
Joseph Masson. St. Francois. 
Simon Hotte. 
Louis Turgeon. 
Lieutenants Simon Hogue, 18 Dec., 12. 

Joseph Vandendaigue, 18 Dec., 12. 

Jean Lacasse, 19 Dec., 12. 

Pierre Chartrand, 23 Dec., 12. 

Amable Desjardins, 24 Dec., 12. 

J. Baptiste Brunette. 

Antoine Charets (II.) 

Joseph Cantin. 

Formed 4 June, 12 ; ordered for service 3 Nov., 12 ; relieved 26 Nov., 12. 
In 1828, 3rd Battalion, County of Efflngham. 



178 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Lieutenants J. Baptiste Constantin. 

Francois Dutrisaque. 

Antoine Damours (II.) 

Pierre Gravelle. 

Medard Hervieux. 

Rene St. James. 

Ensigns Pierre Giroux, 28 Dec., 12. 
J. Baptiste Bellanger. 
Joseph Corbeille. 
J. Baptiste Chauvette. 
Francois Dugal. 
Augustin Daze*. 
Benjamin Esty. 
J. Baptiste Filiatreau. 
Joshua Gravelle. 
Joseph S. Hogue. 
Louis Masson. 
Charles Maissonneuve. 
William Whiteford. 



1 Died at Quebec, 11 June, 24. Member for Efflngham, 1820. 



2ND BATTALION TERREBONNE DIVISION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Roderick McKenzie, 8 May, 12. 

Major Henry McKenzie, 9 May, 12 ; Lt.-Colonel 20 April, 14. 

Simon Fraser, 12 April, 14. 
Adjutant Capt. Toussaint Limoges. 
Aides-Major Captain Charles Chaboille . 
Lieut. William Porteous. 
Ensign David Thompson. 

Captain Joseph Limoges. Terrebonne. 12 Apr., 14. 
Joseph Clement, Sr. Terrebonne. 
Pierre Valiquet. Terrebonne. 

2 Joseph Turgeon. Terrebonne. Major 12 May, 14. 
Louis Charbonneau. St. Henri Masc. 

Jean Baptiste Renaud. St. Henri Masc. 

Formed 4 June, 12 ; ordered out 3 Nov., 12; relieved 26 Nov., 12. 
In 1828, 1st Battalion, County of Efflngham. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



179 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Captain Joseph Bourgeois. St. Henri Masc. 
Ignace Cre"peau. Lachenaye. 
Jean Marie Mathieu. Lachenaye. 
Joseph Landre. Cote-de-Grace. 
Pierre Delt ausse. 
Joseph Brunei. 
Joseph Labreche. 
3 Lieutenants Abraham Ethier. 
F. Allard. 

J. B. Charbonneau. 
N. Vital Caron. 
Paul Gill. 

Hyacinthe Provost. 
Francois Se"guin. 
Jean Vien ; promoted Captain. 
Ensigns Pierre Auge. 

Joseph Clement, Jr. 

Dominique Charbonneau. 

Louis Lecours. 

Joseph Lepage. 

Pierre Limoges. 

An Locas. 

Louis Varin. 

Charles Mathieu. 

Alexander McKenzie. 

James Porteous. 

Jean Baptiste Pauze. 

Jacques Perrault. 

Jean Baptiste Roy. 

Pierre Renaud. 

E. M. Vien ; promoted Lieutenant. 



1 Legislative Councillor, 1817 ; died at Terrebonne, 15 Aug., 44. 

2 Died at Terrebonne, 28 Sept., 32. 
8 Living in 1875. 



180 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
3KD BATTALION BLAINVILLE DIVISION. 

Lt.-Colonel Louis J. Chevalier de Beaujeu. 

Michel Turgeon, 9 May, 12 ; to 7th Batt. 

1 Major William Porteous, 11 May, 12 ; to 2nd S. E. 25 May, 12. 
Adjutant Lieutenant Ignace Robitaille. 

Charles Gouin, Jan., 13. 
Quartermaster Joseph Lamoureux. 

2 Aides-Major Captain Bonaventure Panet. 

Ensign Charles Porteous. 
Captains Germain Lepage. Ste. Anne. 
Joseph Gagnon. Ste. Anne. 
Paul Olivier. Ste. Anne. 
Pierre Raby. Ste. Anne. 
James Jordan. Ste. Anne. 
Charles Montigny. Ste. Anne. 
Augustin J. Boisseau. Ste. Anne. 
Pierre Filiatreau. Ste. The"rese. 
Pierre Payet. Ste. Therese. 
Jacques Guimont. Ste. Therese. 
Jean Baptiste LeGuerrier. Ste. The rese. 
Paul Lacroix. Ste. Therese. 
Nicholas Manthet. Ste. Therese. 
James Whiteford. 

Lieutenants Louis Perrault ; Captain Jan., 13. 
Pierre Riche Lafleche, Jan., 13. 
Charles Gouin, Jan., 13. 
Jean Baptiste Latour. 
P. Thibault. 
Seraphin Bouc. 

Ensigns Joseph Lanouette, Jan., 13. 
Louis Boissaud, Jan., 13. 
Joseph Archambault. 
Jean Baptiste Moreau. 
Prevost. 

1 Left limits of this Battalion, Feb., 18; Lt.-Colonel 3rd Battalion, Leinster, 
1 May, 28. 
1 Major-en-second 1 Feb., 18. 

Formed 4 June, 12 ; ordered out G. O. 3 Nov., 12 ; relieved from service 26 
Nov., 12. 

In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of Emngham. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 181 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued..) 
L ASSOMPTION DIVISION. 

1 Colonel Commandant Honble Paul Roch de St. Ours. 
Lt.-Colonel Jean Baptiste Hervieux. 

Major Jean Baptiste Brugiere. 
Adjutant Captain Jacques Archambault. 

Xavier Lacombe. 
Qr.-Mr. Fred k. Dignard. 

2 Aides-Major Captain Earth elemi Rocher. 

Captain Laurent Leroux. 
1 Lieutenant Charles Pierre de St. Ours. 

Ensign Patrick Malloy. 
Captains Charles Migneron. L Assomption. 

Jean Baptiste Eneau Deschamps. L Assomption. 
Francois Proulx. L Assomption. 
Laurent Leroux. L Assomption. 
Michel Prevost. L Assomption. 
MeMard Brugiere. L Assomption. 28 May, 12. 
Joseph Bonneville Peltier. L Assomption. 
Joseph Belony Perrault. L Assomption. 
Bonaventure Lemire. L Assomption. 
Antoine Deschamps. Repentign}^. 
Francois Payette, Jr. Repentigny. 
Louis Chaput. Repentigny. 
Jean M. Faribault. Repentigny. 
J. M. Faribault. St. Esprit. 
Francois Perrault. St. Esprit. 
Louis Piquet. St. Jacques. 
Marcel. St. Jacques. 
Pierre Dupuis, Jr. St. Jacques. 
Jean Mireau. St. Jacques. 
Etienne Turgeon. St. Ours. 
Pierre Pe trimoulx. 
Joseph Senet. 
Lieutenants Laurent Dorval, 28 May, 12 ; promoted Captain. 

Joseph Demarest. 

Benjamin Beaupre*. 

Louis Deschamps. 

Charles Pierre de St. Ours. 

See 3rd Division, Montreal 2nd Battalion. 
In 1828, 1st Battalion, County of Leinster. 



182 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Lieutenants Francois Archambault. 

Joseph Chaput. 

Joseph Chalifour. 

Firrnin Dupuis. 

Jean Baptiste Senet. 

Moise Sylvestre. 

Joseph The rien. 

Joseph Lebeque. 

Joseph N. Loiseau. 

Pierre Lebault. 

Hyacinthe Testu. 

Antoine Marion. 

Leandre Prevost. 

Joseph Rivet. 

Jean Baptiste Eneau. 

Antoine Eneau. 
Ensigns Pierre Richard. 
Michel Chaput. 
Patrick Malloy. 
Francois Aumond. 
Jean Baptiste Blanchard. 
Pierre Chaput. 
Jean Baptiste Cotton. 
Jean Guildry. 
Se raphin Lacombe. 
Jacques Leblanc. 
Joseph Mercier. 
Michel Pre vost. 
Antoine Payette. 
David Pellerin. 
Jacques Roy. 
Gabriel Raymond. 
Pierre Vien. 



1 Son of Eoch St. Ours dit Deschaillons. Member Leg. Council, 1784. Died 11 
Aug., 14, aged 68. 

* Lt. -Colonel Lachenaye Battln. 11 May, 30. 

Major 1st L Assomption Battln. 15 Apr., 30. 

* Major 2nd L Assomption Battln. 15 Apr., 30. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 183 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
LA VALTRIE DI VISION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Charles Gaspard De LaNaudiere. 

Major Joseph Edouard Faribault; promoted Lt.-Colonel. 
Jacques Lacombe. 

2 Adjutant Captain Barthelemi Joliette ; promoted Major. 
Aides-Major Lieutenant Andre Perrault. 

Antoine Lacombe. 
Pierre Paul De LaNaudiere. 
Captains Charles Laporte. La Valtrie. 
Pierre Mondor. La Valtrie. 
Louis Laporte. St. Paul. 
Andre Mondor. St. Paul. 
Etienne Partenais. St. Paul. 8 Jan., 07. 
Dominique Martineau. St. Paul. 
Claude Martineau. St. Sulpice. 
Jean Huiet dit Chausse. St. Sulpice. 
Pierre Rottote. L Assomption, 
Amable Archambault. L Assomption. 
Bonaventure Lemire. La Pointe-du-jour. 
Joseph Peltier. St. Esprit. 
Joseph Bellony. St. Esprit. 
Pierre Laroche. Lanoraye. 
Francois Bonin. Lanoraye. 



1 Had been a Lieutenant, 1st Koyal Canadian Volunteers. Member for Lein- 
ster, 1804-08. 

2 Lt.-Colonel 2nd Berthier Battln, 17 June, 30 ; Leg. Councillor, 1832-50 ; died 
21 June, 50. See 7th Battln, Emb. Militia, page 137. A statue erected to his 
memory, Joliette, L.C., 30 Sept., 52. 



BERTHIER DI VISION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Honble James Cuthbert ; to 3rd S. E. M. 28 May, 12. 

2 Major Louis Olivier. 

Pierre Martin dit Pelland, 27 July, 12. 
4 Adjutant Captain Maxime Olivier. 
ft Lieutenant Joseph Amable Berthelot. 

In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of Warwick. 
Disembodied by G.O. 17 Nov., 13. 



184 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Captains Pierre St. Valier Mailloux. Berthier. To 3rd S E M 

28 May, 12. 

Pierre Pelland, Jr. Berthier. 30 July, 12. 
Joseph Levesque. Berthier. 
Joseph Roche. Berthier. 
Prisque Ferland. Berthier. 
Jean Baptiste Gilbert. Berthier. 
Alexis Grandpre*. Berthier. 
Louis Vadout. St. Cuthbert. 
Andre Ferriere. St. Cuthbert. 
J. B. Olivier. St. Cuthbert. 

^ Antoine Destrampe. St. Cuthbert. 

Francois Eneau. St. Cuthbert. 
Maxime Olivier. St. Eustache.f 29 July, 12. 
Nicholas Geoffroy. St. Eustache. 
Paschal Goulet. St. Eustache. 
Pierre Crepeau. Ile-du-Pas. 22 Sept., 12. 
Lawrence Cramer. Rarnezay. 13 March, 12. 
Pierre de Sorcy. Ramezay. 28 July, 12. 
Joseph Paquet. 10 Feb., 13. 



1 Son of James Cuthbert, Seigneur of Berthier ; Member for Warwick, 1796- 
1811 ; Leg. Councillor, 1811 ; died 4 March, 49. 

* Died at Berthier, 4 Feb., 16. His son Richard was an Ensign, Canadian 
Fencibles, in 1811. 

8 Living in 1875. 

4 See 7th Battln., Emb. Militia, page 



ST. OURS DIVISION. 

1 Colonel Commandant Charles Louis Roch de St. Ours. 
Lt.-Colonel Pierre Ignace Malhiot, 16 March, 12; to 2nd S.E.M. 
Major Francois Xavier Malhiot, 5 March, 12 ; promoted Lt.- 
Colonel. 
Robert Jones, 16 March, 12. 

fThe Companies at St. Eustache were transferred to the Biv-du-Chene Battln. 
in 1813. 

In 1828 1st Battalion, County of Warwick. 

Ordered for garrison duty at William Henry (G.O. 24 Sept., 12); relieved 
from service 26 Nov., 12 ; ordered for service Oct., 13; did duty at Chambly. 
In 1828, 1st Battalion, County of Leinster. 



THE LOWEK CANADIAN MILITIA. 185 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Adjutant Louis Tucker. 
Quartermaster George Graves. 

Surgeon Louis M. Barbier; to Voltigeurs 19 April, 14. 
Aides-Major Captain Francois Victoire Malhiot ; to 2nd S. E. M. 
Lieutenant Michel Gamelin Gaucher. 
Ensign P. Noyelle de Fleurimont. 
Captains Pierre Cournoyer. Sorel. 
Alexis Cardin. Sorel. 
Francois Renoy. Sorel. 
Michel Lincourt. Sorel. 
Joseph Shuter. Sorel. To 3rd S. E. M. 
Jean Baptiste St. Martin. Sorel. 
Francois Louis Chapdelaine. St. Ours. 
Pierre Chapdelaine. St. Ours. 
L. Chapdelaine dit Lariviere. St. Ours. 
Athanase Fredet. St. Ours. 
Francois Lamoureux. St. Ours. 
Charles Payan dit St. Onge. St. Ours. 
Denis Jusseaume. Contrecoeur. 
Etienne Paquette. Contrecoeur. 
Joseph Donais. Contrecoeur. 
Jean Baptiste Lincourt. Contrecosur. 
Joseph Levitre. 
Francois Quintal. 
Lieutenants Louis Berard. 

George Bramley. 
Charles Chapdelaine. 
Joseph Cornault. 
Agapit Duval. 
Francois Dussaut. 
Louis Paul Henne. 
Charles Lafontaine. 
Jean Baptiste Millet. 
Francois Ouellet. 
Jean Baptiste St. Martin. 
Louis Tremble. 
Louis Valentin. 
Ensigns Antoine Cournoyer. 
Augustin Cardin. 
Joseph Cournoyer. 
Jean Chapdelaine. 
J.p&aptiste Dusseaux. 



186 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Ensigns Jacob Derge. 
Pierre Fizette. 
Joseph Lamoureux. 
Hypolite Lariviere. 
Benjamin Leroux. 
Louis Millet. 
J. Baptiste St. Germain. 



1 Son of Eoch de St. Ours dit Deschai lions. Baptized at Quebec, 24 Aug., 
1753 ; Lieut, in Carleton s Companies, 1776 ; Captain Royal Highland Emigrants 
(84th Foot), 27 May, 83 ; A. D. C. to Lord Dorchester, 1 Dec., 1777 ; to Haldimand, 
1 July, 78 ; Bvt.-Major, 94 ; Captain 60th, 2 Dec., 95 ; went on h. p. as Capt. 
132nd Foot, 1796. Member Leg. Council, 1808-34 ; died 11 Nov., 34. 

* Member Leg. Council, 1832 ; died 22 Jan., 74. 

8 Another order gives the date of his transfer to Voltigeurs as 24 July, 14. 



ST. HYACINTHE d YAMASKA DIVISION. 

1 Lt.-Col. Commandant Hyacinthe Marie Delorme. 

Major Jean Dessaulles, 17 March, 12 ; Lt.-Colonel 26 March, 13. 
Adjutant Captain Arnable Archambault. 

2 Edouard Cartier. 
Quarter-Master Michael Dwyer. 
Captains Joseph Coiteux. St. Hyacinthe. 

Louis Gendreau. St. Hyacinthe. 
Augustin Morin. St. Hyacinthe. 
4 Joseph Cartier. St. Hyacinthe. 

Pierre Cadoret. St. Hyacinthe. 
Jean Baptiste Langelier, Sr. St. Hyacinthe. 
Amable Archambault. St. Hyacinthe. 27 May, 12. 
Joseph Porlier. 

3 John Dwyer. 
Pierre Plamondon. 
Pierre Chapdelaine. 
Joseph Pallardie. 
Pierre Frichet. 
Joseph Raymond. 
Jacques Robitaille. 
Charles Lagorce. 

Ordered out G. O. 3 Nov., 12 ; relieved from service 26 Nov., 12. 
In 1828 3rd Battalion, County of Richelieu. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 187 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Captains Louis Archarabault. 
Joseph Bisteaudeau. 
Roderick Chisholm. 
Joseph Chapdelaine. 
Lieutenants Antoine Valin. 

Jean Baptiste Talon. 

Jean Baptiste Nicol. 

Pascal Bourbonniere. 

Alexis Beauchamp. 

Samuel Bullock. 

Louis Biron. 

Joseph Benoit. 

Joseph Dandelin. 

Hypolite Dufresne. 

Jean Baptiste Langelier, Jr. 

Francois Valle, 27 May, 12. 
Ensigns Enos Blin. 

Joseph Dufresne. 

Simon Gendron. 

Joseph Langelier. 

J. Baptiste L huissier. 

Louis Legros. 

Christophe L huissier. 

Louis Pulin. 

J. M. Langlois dit Germain, 27 May, 12. 



1 Member for Richelieu, 1808-14 ; died 26 March, 13. 
1 Died at St. Hyacinthe, 26 Feb., 41. 

8 Lt.-Colonel 3rd Battln. St. Hyacinthe, 23 July, 30. Died at Abbotsford, L.C., 
30 Nov., 53, aged 72. 

* Died, at St. Hyacinthe, 29 April, 25, Major Joseph Cartier, aged 70. 



CHAMBLY. 

1 Colonel Commandant Honble Jean Baptiste Melchior Hertel de 
Rouville. 

1st Battalion Chambly Division. 
2nd Battalion Beloeil Division. 



188 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
IST BATTALION CHAMBLY DIVISION.! 

Lt.-Colonel James Finlay. 

Major Jean Baptiste Hertel de Rouville ; to 2nd S.E.M. 28 May ,12. 

Adjutant Captain David Lukin ; to 2nd S.E.M. 28 May, 12. 

Timothee Franchere. 

Aide-Major Ensign Louis B. de Lagrave. 
Captains Julien DePelteau. St. Luc. 

Honor^ Joubert. St. Luc. 

Pierre Ostigny. Point Olivier. 

Charles Masse. Point Olivier. 

Michel Prive. St. Hilaire. 

Leopold Remy. St. Hilaire. 
Lieutenants 
2 Ensign Alexander Nadeau. 



1 Served in Carleton s Canadian Companies, 1775 ; taken prisoner at St. John s. 
Leg. Councillor, 1812 ; died 30 Nov., 17. 

1 Living in 1875. 



2ND BATTALION BELCEIL DIVISION. 



l Lt.-Colonel Pierre Guerot. 

2 



Major Pierre Grise. 

Major-en-second Gabriel Marchand, 16 Oct., 13. 

Adjutant J. Demers. 

Captain David Lukin, 
Quarter-Master John Yule. 
Captains Toussaint Ferriere. Chambly. 
s Michel Lamoureux. Chambly. 

Julien Pie dalu. Chambly. 
^ Joseph Courtemanche. Chambly. 

Andre Vandendaigue. Beloeil. 

Benjamin Beaudry. Beloeil. 

Andr^ Gadbois. 

Prudent Gadbois. 

Ordered for service 3 Nov., 12 ; relieved 26 Nov., 12 ; on duty at Chambly, 
Sept., 13. 

In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of Kent. 



THE|LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 189 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Lieutenants Joseph Bresse. 

Bernard Bernard. 

Francois Lareau. 

Jean Manie. 

Joseph Renaud. 

Charles Tessier. 
Ensigns Francois Archambault. 
Narcisse Coursol. 
Baptiste Dufresne. 
J. Baptiste Lareau. 
James White. 



1 Member for Kichelieu, 1792-96. 

2 Lt.-Colonel 2nd Battln, Chambly, 7 May, 30. 
8 Died at Chambly, 29 April, 25, aged 70. 

BEAUHARNOIS. 

1st Battalion Boucherville Division. 
2nd Battalion Beauharnois Division. 



IST BATTALION BOUCHERVILLE DIVISION. 

Lt.-Colonel Paul Lacroix. 

1 Major Pierre Rene Boucher de Labruere; to 2nd S.E.M.28 May, 12. 
Louis Rene 1 Chaussegros de Lery; Lt.-Colonel 1 June, 13. 

3 Hyacinthe Raymond,! Jr., 7 Oct., 13. 
Adjutant J. R. Chaussegros de LeVy. 

4 Aides-Major Captain Rene" Thomas Vercheres de Boucherville. 

Joseph P. Lacroix. 

Ensign Pierre Marass^ ; to 2nd S. E. M. 28 May, 12. 
Francois Viger. 
J. B. Gendreau. 

Quartermaster Casimir Denaut. 
Surgeon F. C. Duvert. 

Ordered out by G.O., 3 Nov., 12 ; relieved from service 26 Nov., 12. Embodied 
by G.O. 27 Sept., 13. 

In 1828 1st Battalion, County of Kent. 



190 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

5 Captains Pierre Weilbrenner. Boucherville. To 2nd S. E. M. 

28 May, 12. 

Augustin Weilbrenner (a). Boucherville. 
Charles Denaut Demuy (b). Boucherville. 
Jean Baptiste Charbonneau (c). Boucherville. 
Francois Surprenant. Longueuil. 
Francois Trudeau. Longueuil. 
Charles Millet. Longueuil. 
Charles Leclair. Longueuil. 
Alexis Daigneau, Sr. (d) Longueuil. 
Alexis Prefontaine (e). Longueuil. 
Francois Brousseau. La Prairie. 
Louis Hebert. La Prairie. 

Joseph Ignace Hebert. La Prairie. See Guides. 
Jean Baptiste Raymond, Sr. La Prairie. 
Francois Pinsonnault. La Prairie. 
^ Antoine Dupre*, Sr. (f). La Prairie. 

Lieutenants Michel Gatien (a). 
Joseph Roy (b). 
Paschal Trudel (c). 
Alexis Daigneau, Jr. (d) 
Joseph Dubuc (e). 
Joseph D. Porcheron (f). 
^ Jean Marie Tetreau. 

^V Andre* Tetreau. 

Ensigns Chrisostome Racicot (a). 
Augustin Quintal (b). 
Etienne Rive (c). 
Charles Trudeau (d). 
Louis Etienne Daniel (e). 
Benoit Dincoiman (f). 
fe James Brisben. 

Benoit Pinsonnault. 
Francois Viger. 



1 Medal with clasp, Chateauguay. 

1 Son-in-law of Col. P. R. A. Boucher de Boucherville, 2nd Beauharnois. Leg. 
Councillor, 1818 ; died 28 Nov., 32. 

3 Appears also as "Moise Raymond, Jr." 

The letters in brackets are to distinguish the officers of the various com 
panies as given in the Freer Papers (M. 142, p. 45, Can. Archives.) 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 191 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.} 

4 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp). Major 1st Chambly Battln., 17 June, 
30. His diary dealing with the war has been published by the Numismatic and 
Antiquarian Society, Montreal, 3rd Series, Vol. III. 

6 Major 1st Chambly Battln., 5 April, 30. 
6 Captain 1st Chambly, 17 Dec., 30. 



2ND BATTALION BE AUHARNOIS DIVISION. 

Engagements : Chateauguay. 

1 Colonel Honble Pierre Rene* Amable Boucher de Boucherville. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Honble Charles William Grant, Baron de Longueuil, 

15 May, 12. 
ft 3 Major Edmond Henry, 15 May, 12. 

9 Adjutant-eri-paye Captain Ambroise Sanguinet, Sr., 15 May, 12. 
Adjutant Captain Thomas Busby, 16 May, 12. 

Lieutenant Michael O Sullivan. 
8 Captains Laurent Roy. St. Margaret. 

Constant Cartier. St. Margaret. 22 Mar., 1798. 

Joseph Larue. St. Margaret. 

Joseph Brun. St. Margaret. 

Joseph Cloatre. St. Margaret. 

Pierre Lefebvre. St. Philippe. 

Jacques Robert. St. Philippe. 

Etienne Rive. St. Philippe. 

ft Pierre Hebert. St. Philippe. 4 Aug., 12. 

ft ( Joseph Marie Longuetin. St. Constant. 

Alexis Lanctot. St. Constant. 

Louis Demers. Chateauguay. 

Jean Baptiste Brouillet. Chateauguay. 

Etienne Eneau. Beauharnois. 18 Sept., 12. 

James Milne. Beauharnois. 

Charles Archambault. Beauharnois. 1 Oct., 12. 

Ordered out, G.O. 3 Nov., 12; relieved from service 26 Nov., 12; embodied 
G.O. 27 Sept., 13. 

Divided into two Battalions, by G.O. 15 Dec., 13. 

1st Batt. Beauharnois. St. Constant, Chateauguay and Beauharnois Com 
panies, under Lt.-Col. Grant. In 1828 it became 1st Battalion, County of Hun 
tingdon. 

2nd Batt. L Acadie. L Acadie, St. Philippe Companies, under Major Herse. 
It became, in 1828, the 3rd Battalion, County of Huntingdon. 



192 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Captains Alexis Sauvageau. Beauharnois. 2 Sept., 12. 
<& Bazile Lamarque. 

^ Antoine Dupuis. 30 Jan., 14. 

^Jf Lieutenants Antoine Lanctot. 
& Theodore Be chard. 

Jean Cassaus. (Cassene ?) 
Francois He bert. 
Francois Pinsonnault. 
Francois Robert. 
& Ensigns Francois Lanctot. 
Frederick Hart. 
Louis Julien. 
Jean Baptiste Reniau. 
Jean Baptiste Viau. 



1 Born at Cataraqui, 1 Feb., 1735 ; died 2 Nov., 12. Captain in Carleton s Can 
adian Companies, 1775 ; taken prisoner at St. John s ; served under Burgoyne ; 
Member Leg. Council, 1792 ; father of Lt.-Colonel P. A. Boucher, Prov. A. D. C., 
and Captain Kene T. Boucher (Vercheres), 1st Boucherville. 

1 Son of Captain David Alexander Grant, 84th Foot, and Marie, Baroness 
Longueuil. Born at Quebec, 1782. Succeeded as 5th Baron de Longueuil. 
Member Leg. Council, 1811. Held at Worcester, Mass., 8 Dec., 13, as a hostage 
for the U.S. officers then prisoners in Canada. Lt.-Colonel 1st Battalion, Mon 
treal C. and C., 17 Apr., 30. Died at Kingston, U.C., 5 July, 48. 

8 Commanded 1st Beauharnois during Col. Grant s detention in the United 
States. Present at Chateauguay. Member for Huntingdon, 1810-14. Died at 
Laprairie, 14 Sept., 41, aged 83. His name is given as "Edme Henry" and 
"Henry Edme." Lt.-Colonel 2nd Huntingdon, 2 July, 1822. 

4 Member for Huntingdon, 1814-24. Fought a duel with Dr. Caldwell, 11 Apr., 
1819, being dangerously wounded. Present at Chateauguay. Major 1st Battal 
ion, Montreal C. and C., 14 April, 30. 

5 Transferred to L Acadie Division in 1814. 

6 Also given as "Lonctin." 

7 Living in 1875. 

8 SeeQr.-M. General s Department, page 101. Died at St. Martin, about 1870. 

9 Died 26 March, 19. 

10 At La Fourche, 1813. 

11 Ensign 4th Batt., S.E.M. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 193 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 
L ACADIE BATTALION.? 

Major Jacques Clement Herse. 
Quartermaster Michael Dwyer. 
Captains Joseph Brun. 

Edouard Cartier. 
R. K. Chisholm. 
Pierre Louis Girardin. 
Joseph Lareau. 
Laurent Roy. 
Lieutenants Louis Biron. 

Louis Girardin. 
Olivier Hebert. 
J. Hale. 

Francois Lafay. 
Thos. Marchesseau. 
Richard McGinnis. 
Ensigns Belonie Comeau. 

Christophe Fortin. 
Christophe Lucier. 
Pierre Martel. 
Joseph Piedeloup. 
Joseph Poirier. 

(See page 191.) 

LES CHASSEURS. 
Engagement : Chateauguay. 

COMPAGNIE D ELITE DE CHATEAUGUAY. 

<fo l Captain Jean Baptiste Brugiere. 

Lieutenant William Dalton, 9 Oct., 12. 

2 Ensign Amable Foucher. 

CHASSEURS DE L ACADIE (TWO COMPANIES.) 

Captain Pierre Louis Girardin, 7 Oct., 12. 

3 Louis De Coigne, 8 Oct., 12. 
Lieutenant Richard McGinnis, 7 Oct., 12. 

Joseph Piedelonp, 8 Oct., 12. 

Under the command of Major de Salaberry. 



194 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

CHASSEURS DE ST. PHILIPPE. 

Captain Paul Theopbile Pinsonnault, 9 Oct., 12. 

4 Lieutenant Frederick Hart, 9 Oct., 12. 
Ensign Bazile Bouchard. 

CHASSEURS DE ST. CONSTANT. 

5 Captain Pierre Matte, 16 Oct., 12. 
Lieutenant Theophile Beffre, 18 Oct., 12. 



1 Present at Chateauguay, wounded. 

2 Present at Chateauguay. Capt. 1st Huntingdon, 5 Mar., 27. 

3 De Salaberry wrote of him as "Un homme de connaissances peu communes. 

4 Living in 1875. 

6 Died 28 Jan., 31, aged 57. 



ST. DENIS DIVISION. 

1 Colonel Joseph Boucher de Labruere Montarville. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Louis Bourdages; Major 18 March, 12. 
Major Francois de Laperiere. 

Joseph Charles Drolet, 10 Feb., 13. 
Adjutant L. P. Duvert. 
Quartermaster Joseph Cartier. 
Paymaster Raymond Bourdages. 
Assistant Surgeon Alfred Nelson. 
Aides -Major Captain Louis Coursol. 

Lieutenant J. Besse. 
Captains Louis Courtemanche. St. Denis. 

Jean Baptiste Cadieux. St. Denis. 
ft Joseph Gariepy. St. Denis. 8 Feb., 14. 

Joseph Leblanc. St. Denis. 

Antoine Benoit. St. Charles. 

Jean Baptiste Phoenix, Sr. St. Charles. 

Christophe Marchesseau. St. Antoine. 

Pierre Cheval, Jr. St. Antoine. 

Louis Durocher. St. Antoine. 

Ordered for service by G.O. 3 Nov., 12 ; relieved from service, 26 Nov., 12 ; 
ordered on service, Oct., 13. 

In 1828, 2nd Battalion, County of Kichelieu. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 195 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

Captains Archange Renaud. St. Mark. 

Jean Baptiste Bougrette. St. Mark. 
Toussaint Drolet. St. Mark. 
Antoine Marchesseau. St. Mark. 
Etienne J. Migneault. 
Lieutenants C. J. T. Bourdages. 

Baptiste Auge. 

Louis Brodeur. 

Francois Cote. 

Louis Dufresne. 

Antoine Franchere. 

Joseph Jeannot. 

Baptiste Lussier. 

Christophe Lussier. 

Louis Leblanc. 

Augustin Marchesseau. 

Louis St. Germain. 

Bazile Dufresne. 
Ensigns Joseph Auge. 

Eusebe Cartier. 

Baptiste Courtemanche. 

Louis Durocher. 

Jean Baptiste Phoenix, Jr. 

Baptiste Guyon. 

Pierre Meunier. 

Pierre Mondor. 

Bazile Olivier. 

Godefroy Plamondon. 

Charles Renaud. 

Toussaint Tetreau. 



1 Died 10 March, 13, aged 70. 

8 Member for Richelieu, 1808-14 ; Buckingham, 1815-16. Afterwards Lt.-Col. 
2nd Richelieu. Died at St. Denis de Richelieu, 20 Jan., 35. 



VERCHERES DIVISION. 

Colonel Commandant Joseph Boucher de Labruere Montarville. 
1 Lt.-Colonel Jacques Cartier, Sr., 18 Feb., 08. 

Formed 18 Feb., 13 ; embodied by G.O. 27 Sept., 13. 
In 1828, 3rd Battalion County of Surrey. 



196 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 

DISTRICT OF MONTREAL (Continued.) 

2 Major Eustache Desrivieres Beaubien ; ~Lt.-Colonel-en-second 29 

Sept., 13. 

Adjutant-en-paye M. Le Pailleur. 

8 Adjutant Lieutenant Jacques Cartier, Jr. ; Major by 1814. 
Captains Jean Baptiste Charon. Vercheres. 
Pierre Amyot. Vercheres. 
Francis Brien. Vercheres. 
Francois Quintal. Vercheres. 
Paschal Gagnon, Sr. Vercheres. 
Paschal Gagnon, Jr. Vercheres. 
A. Vegeart dit Labonte. Vercheres. 
Urbain Richard. Varennes. 
Louis Loiseau. Varennes. 
Pierre Geoffrion. Varennes. 
Jacques Lemoine de Martigny, Sr. Varennes. 
Joseph Laberge. Varennes. 
Jean Baptiste Savarie. Varennes. 
Lieutenants 
4 Ensign Joseph Ayet dit Maleau. 



1 Served during first American War. Member for Surrey, 1804-09 ; died at St. 
Antoine, 22 Mar., 14. Father of Sir George E. Cartier, Minister of Militia, 
1867-73. 

1 Died at Varennes, 3 Oct., 16. 

8 Lt. -Colonel 3rd Battln., Vercheres ; died at St. Antoine, 29 Aug., 41, aged 67. 

4 Living in 1875. 



THE TOWNSHIPS 



Colonel Horible Sir John Johnson, Bart. 

1st Battalion. 2nd Battalion. 

3rd Battalion. 4th Battalion. 

5th Battalion. 6th Battalion. 



IST BATTALION. 

Lt.-Colonel G. McBeath. 

William Lindsay. 

Major Thomas McVey, 28 Dec., 13. 
Adjutants William McCrae. 
James Drennan. 

Quartermaster Conrad Deddrick. 
Surgeon Austin Leonard. 
Captains Philip Byrne (Cavalry). St. John. 
Joseph Richardson ; to F.L.I. 
Menard Grossman. Lacolle. 
Joseph Odell. Odelltown. 
John Dewar. Caldwell s Manor. 
Jasper Cook. Caldwell s Manor. 
Isaac Wilsie. Hemmingford. 
Edward Brown. 

3 Horace Hibbard. Ormstown. 

Archibald Ogilvie. Ormstown. 
Garret Barron. Hichinbrook. 
Lieutenants James Clark. 

Henry Emerick. 
Thomas McLaren. 
Daniel McCollum. 
Ensigns Daniel Cotton. 
Newberry Edie. 
Louis Marchand. 
Josephus Vaughan. 

Embodied by G.O. 27 Sept., 13. 

In 1828, this Battalion was 2nd Battln. County of Bedford. 



198 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



THE TOWNSHIPS. (Continued.) 

1 See Indian Department. 

1 Major 1st Batt. L Acadie Battln., 24 Aug., 30. 

s Originally an American subject. Did not leave Canada during the War. 



2ND BATTALION. 

Lt.-Colonel Henry Ruiter. 

Major John Jones ; to F.L.L Lt.-Colonel 3 Apr., 21 

Adjutant 

Captains Alexander Griggs. Sutton. 

Moses Elkins. 

Bella Bell. 

John Porter. Brome. 

John Savage, Sr. 

Henry Powers. 

John Pickle. 

Richard Adams. Bolton. 

Ezekiel Moulton. 

James Poison. 
Lieutenants John Savage, Jr. ; to F.L.I. 25 Aug., 13. 



3RD BATTALION. 

Lt.-Colonel Henry Cull, 2 Apr., 08. 

En-second - - Willard, 12 Apr., 14. 
Major Charles Kilborn ; to F.L.I. 
2 Adjutant Captain Jacob Glen. 
1 Surgeon Isaac Whitcher, 21 July, 10. 
Captains Francis Ruiter. Stanstead. 
Francis Taplin. Stanstead. 
Johnson Taplin. 
Israel Wood (Cavalry). 
James Bodwell. 
David Curtis. 
Moses Copp. 5 Apr., 08. 
James Bangs. 

Francis Bartlet. Barnston. 
Issacher Norton. Barnston. 



In 1828, was the 3rd Battalion, County of Bedford. 
In 1828, was the 4th Battalion, County of Richelieu. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 199 

THE TOWNSHIPS. (Continued.) 

Captains Joseph Ives. Hatley. 

Simon Kezard. Hatley. 13 July, 10. 

1 Lieutenants Messa. 

Ezra Ball. Ens. 3 June, 05 ; Lt. 20 Nov., 07 ; res. 
Oct., 13. 

Bodwell. 

l Ensigns Edmund Boynton. 

Enoch Bailey ; Capt. Nov., 13. 
Roswell Smith ; Lt. Nov., 13. 
John Heath, Nov., 13. 



1 Took part in expedition to Derby, Vt., 27 Dec., 13 ; thanked for services in 
G.O., 9 Jan., 14. 

2 Major 5th Bedford, 1 Feb., 28. His son, Edward Southouse, was appointed 
an Ensign DeMeuron s, 11 May, 1815. 



4ra BATTALION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Philip Luke, Sr. 

2 Major Joseph Powell. 

2 Adjutant Lieutenant Philip Luke, Jr. 

Captains Harmonius Best. St. Armand. 
2 Christian Weyer, Sr. St. Armand. 

Joseph Baker. Dunham. 
Jacob Ruiter. Dunham. 
John Ruiter. Dunham. 
James Pell. Dunham. 

Lieutenants Kraus. ? Krans. 

Weyer. 

- Ranz. ? Krans. 
^f 4 John Reychand. 

fr * George Willis. 

fe * Christian Snyder. 

fa 2 John W T aggoner. 

$ Ensigns John Whitney. 
^ Benjamin Reynolds. 

Embodied by G.O. 27 Sept., 13. 

In 1828 was the 4th Battalion, County of Bedford. 



200 THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 



THE TOWNSHIPS (Continued.) 

1 Lieutenant during Revolutionary War. Died at St. Armand, 3 Jan., 24 
aged 70. 

* Prisoner of war at Burlington, Vt., Dec., 13. 

3 Major 2 Jan., 18, vice Powell, deceased. Usually referred to as "Wehr." 

4 Prisoner of war at Burlington, Vt., Dec., 13. Lower Canadian Crown Lands 
papers give his name as "Rhycard." 



5TH BATTALION. 

Lt.-Colonel 

Major Commanding Jesse Pennoyer. 

Captains Guy Mills. Compton. 

Felix Ward. Compton. 

Samuel Heard. Newport. 

N. Bishop. Dudswell. 

Israel Hibbard. Orford. 

David Steel. Brompton. 

Daniel Miller. Melbourne. 

Joseph Perkin. Shipton. 

Elmer Gushing (Cavalry). Shipton. Resigned 27 
Mar., 13. 

William Moore. Kingsey. 



6TH BATTALION. 

1 Lt.-Colonel Adam Gordon Johnson. 

2 Major John Johnson. 
Adjutant Theophile Lemay. 

F. M. Petrimoult. 
Quartermaster John Donaldson. 
Captains Joseph Carreau. Ste. Marie. 

Alexis Desbleds. Ste. Marie. 9 March, 04. 

Pierre Goyet. Ste. Marie. 

Antoine Meunier. Riv. des Hurons. 8 Apr., 08. 

Pierre Nolin. Sabvrevois. 7 Apr., 08. 

Norman McLeod (Highland Co y.) Mt. Johnson. 

Henry Georgen. Farnham. 
Bedard. 

In 1828 was the 5th Battalion, County of Buckinghamshire (Ascott). 
In 1828 was 5th Battalion, County of Bedford. 



THE LOWER CANADIAN MILITIA. 201 



THE TOWNSHIPS (Continued.) 

Lieutenants Louis Marchand. 
Ambroise Bedard. 
Andre Rescillon. 



1 See Indian Department. 

s Brother of Sir Adam Johnson ; born 1792 ; died at St. Mathias, 23 June, 41. 



THE PROVINCIAL MARINE, 

VESSELS. 



ON LAKE ONTARIO. 

1 Royal George 18 guns. 

6 Earl of Moira 14 

16 Duke of Gloucester 6 

2 Sir Isaac Brock 

3 Wolfe 22 

Building at Kingston .... 24 

4 Melville 14 

5 Sir Sidney Smith 12 



ON ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. 



7 Black Snake. 
7 Thunder. 



ON LAKE ERIE. 



8 Queen Charlotte 18 guns. 

9 Lady Prevost 12 

10 General Hunter 6 

9 Little Belt 2 

9 Chippawa 2 

11 Detroit 1 8 

11 Detroit II 19 

13 Eliza 

13 Colonel Myers 

14 Caledonia 

ON LAKE HURON. 

Mink. 

15 Perseverance. 

12 Nancy 1 



THE PROVINCIAL MARINE. 203 

1 He-named "Niagara" in 1814. 

2 Intended to carry 30 guns ; building at York and destroyed by the Ameri 
cans, April, 1813. 

3 A sloop. He-named "Montreal" in 1814. 
* Re-named "Star" in 1814. 

5 A schooner. Altered to a brig i 1814 and named "Magnet." 

6 A schooner. Altered to a brig in 1814, and named "Charwell." 

7 "Capt. Mclntosh of the Embodied and Capt. Davy of the Incorporated 
Militia are appointed each to command a gunboat. For "Black Snake" 1 Sgt., 
1 Corporal and 20 men ; for the "Thunder" 1 Sgt., 1 Corporal and 24 men ; 2 
K.A. gunners to be attached to each vessel." (Militia Order, Kingston, 8 June, 12.) 

8 A brig. Was at Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. Taken at Put-in-Bay. 

9 Lady Prevost and Chippawa were schooners. Both were taken at Put-in-Bay. 

10 A brig. Was at Detroit, 16 Aug., 12. 

11 Originally the "Adams." Captured by Brock and re-named "Detroit." 
Was re-captured by the Americans and destroyed by fire at Squaw Island, Niag 
ara River, 9 Oct., 12. Detroit II. was a brig. 

11 Chartered from Northwest Fur Company. Lost at Nottawasaga, 14 Aug., 14. 

18 Were at Fort Meigs. 

14 Belonged to the Northwest Fur Company. Was at Mackinac, 17 July, 12. 
Captured by the Americans off Fort Erie, 9 Oct., 12, and was one of the Ameri 
can squadron at Put-in-Bay. 

16 Destroyed by the Americans at Sault Ste. Marie. 

16 Taken at York, 27 April, 13. 

THE PROVINCIAL MARINE. 

Engagements: Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 

Frenchtown, 22nd Jan., 13. 
York, 27th April, 13. 
Fort Meigs, 1st May, 13. 
Miami, 5th May, 13. 

Commissioner to Upper Canada Naval Department, (temp.), 

Captain Richard O Connor ,Royal Navy,2 June,13. 



Was under the Quartermaster-General s Department until 24th June, 1813, 
when Captain O Connor, Royal Navy, having been appointed Commissioner of 
the Navy Department in Upper Canada, all persons and stores were transferred 
over to him. (G.O. 2 June, 13.) 

" The officers of the Provincial Marine received their commissions from the 
Commander-in-Chief in British North America, and the whole force was 
attached to the Department of the Quartermaster- General. On the arrival of 
the first detachment of the Royal Navy, these gentlemen were informed that 

| their commissions could not be recognized by the rules of a service 

The greater part of these officers retired from the Marine and took service in 
the Militia, where they were permitted to risk their lives without offence to 
their feelings." (Coffin s Chronicles of the War.) 



204 THE PROVINCIAL MARINE. 

2 Captains Hon ble Alexander Grant. 

George B. Hall, 25 Apr., 12. 
4 Masters and Commanders John Steel, 
-fr Henry Murney. 

Louis Ruel. 

fe 7 Gustavus Arcvison. 

<& First Lieutenants William McDonald. 

Francois Gauvreau. Lake Ontario. 
Theophilus Sampson. Lake Ontario. 
^V Hugh Earle. Lake Ontario. 

Francis Lawrence. 

- Fish. Lake Ontario. 
Francis Purvis. Lake Erie. 
John Drake. 

12 Second Lieutenants Charles Frederic Rolette. Lake Erie. 
$- l James Richardson, Jr. 

^ l James Patterson. 

^f Angus McLaughlin. 

^ John Williams. 

^ 15 George Smith. Lake Ontario. 

$; ll Stephen Jones. 

17 Robert Irvine. Lake Erie. 

M. L. Green. Lake Erie. 
William Lowe. 

<? Timothy Shea. 

<& James Sinclair. Lake Erie. 

Amos Biggar. 

Bremner. 

*fa 2) Master s Mate James Fortier. 
19 G. Collins. 

9 J. Campbell. 

<& Sailing Masters Nathaniel Chapman. 
^ 2l Jonathan Nelson. Lake Erie. 

James Miller. 

^ 2:J Samuel Fortier. 

-jjf William Fleming. 

- Fleet. 

-fa - 1 Pilots Samuel Brock. Lake Ontario. 
^ Daniel Purdy. Lake Ontario. 

^ John McCall. Lake Erie. 

^ 25 Edward Walker. 

Robert E. Walker. 



THE PROVINCIAL MARINE. 205 

fa Pilots John Jaffray. 

fa 26 William Osborne. 

fa James Sinclair. 

fa Alexander Tremeer. 

fa Andrew Denike. 

ft George Miller. 

ft 27 Joseph Kendrick. 

fa James Struthers. 

fa John Gordon. St. Lawrence River. 

fa 86 Edward Skelton. 

28 Midshipmen John Ridout. 

Robert Richardson, Jr. 

fa John Campbell. 

Louis Beaupre. 

fa Samuel Hands. 

fa 19 Robert Nelson. 

Louis S. Johnston. 
31 Thomas Barwis. 

Storekeeper and Superintendent of York Dockyard- 
Thomas James Plucknett. 

fa 32 Surgeons Robert Richardson, Sr. 
George Baker. 

34 Grant Powell. 

fa Assistant Surgeon Benjamin Hall. 

Pressmaster Captain Edward Jones, Provincial Marines. 
Clerks (Purser) James Langdon. 

35 Wilson. 

Clerk and Steward James Giffen. 

fa Clerk Kingston Dockyard Frederick C. Barber. 
-fa Francois X. Rocheleau. 



1 Entered Navy as a ftrstclass Volunteer, 1798. Lieut. 1 Feb., 06. Com 
mander 17 Aug., 10. Flag Captain to Yeo on "Prince Regent" at Oswego, where 
he superintended boats landing troops. Returned to England in 1815. K.C.H., 
25 Jan., 36. Retired 1 Oct., 46. 

* Entered Royal Navy as a Midshipman, 1755. Ensign 77th Foot, 1757. 
Served in North America 2 years. Appointed Acting Master and Commander on 
the Lakes, 1759. Member of Executive and Legislative Councils, Upper Canada, 
1792. President of the Province, 11 Sept., 0524 Aug., 06. Removed from 
Prov. Marine, 30 March, 12, on account of old age. Died at Grosse Isle, U.C., 
May, 1813. He received 5000 acres of land, 10 July, 1793, in consideration of his 
faithful services. His pay as Commander was 165 sterling per annum. 

* Succeeded Grant as Commander, 25 Apr., 12. Was at Detroit ; mentioned in 
despatches (medal and clasp). After the Prov. Marine Department was taken 



206 THE PROVINCIAL MARINE. 

over by the Navy, Capt. Hall (styled late Superintendent and Storekeeper, 
Amherstburg Dockyard) was appointed Naval Storekeeper, Montreal, 25 Dec., 
13, at 10 shillings per diem. He died at Amherstburg, 9 Jan., 21. See 1st Essex. 

4 Kemoved from office, 30 March, 12, being succeeded by Earle. 

5 Captain of a schooner unattached. 

6 On the River St. Lawrence. 

7 Master of a transport at capture of Detroit, and at Fort Meigs. Medal with 
clasp Detroit. Master of a transport attached to the Royal Navy. 

1 Appointed 2nd Lieut., 12 May, 1805. 

9 Appointed Lieut., 12 May, 1805; Captain 25 Apr., 12, on Steel s removal. 
Died at Kingston, U.C., 28 Dec., 40, aged 76. 

10 Appointed First Lieut., 25 April, 1812. 

11 Was at Put-in-Bay, 10 Sept., 13. Confined in Frankfort penitentiary as a 
hostage. 

12 Born at Quebec, 1783. Entered Royal Navy ; was at the battle of the Nile 
(wounded) and Trafalgar. Second Lieut., Prov. Marine, 4 Oct., 1807 ; 2nd Lieut, 
and Mate, 24 Oct., 1808. First Lieut, on "Hunter," 25 Apr., 12. Captured the 
packet "Cayahoga," 3 July, 12; was at Frenchtown, where he acted as an 
artillery officer (wounded); was at Put-in-Bay ( despatches), taking command of 
the "Lady Prevost" on her commander being wounded ; a prisoner-of-war and 
confined as a hostage in Frankfort penitentiary. Presented with a sword of 
honour at Quebec, where he afterwards died, 17 March, 1831, aged 48. 

18 A native of Kingston, U.C. Served as a Lieut, from 25 April, 12, to the 
time of Sir James Yeo s taking command ; as Master and Pilot on the "Wolfe" 
during the remainder of the war. Was at Oswego, 6 May, 14, losing an arm. 

14 Son of the late Capt. Patterson. Appointed Midshipman on schooner "St. 
Lawrence, 25 Apr., 12. 

15 Served on the "Royal George." 

16 Commanded a gunboat (U.C. Crown Lands Records.) 

17 Commanded the "Caledonia" until her capture, 9 Oct., 12. Present at French- 
town ; wounded whilst capturing a gun. Promoted 1st Lieut. Served on 
"Queen Charlotte" at Put-in-Bay (despatches), succeeding to command on Capt. 
Finnis, R.N., and Lieut. Stokoe, R.N., being wounded. Confined as a hostage 
at Frankfort penitentiary. 

18 Date of appointment, 25 April, 1812. 

19 Was at Put-in-Bay ; prisoner of war, and confined as a hostage in Frankfort 
penitentiary. 

20 Present at Detroit, medal with clasp. Was at Put-in-Bay and held at 
Frankfort penitentiary as a hostage. 

21 On the "General Hunter." 

11 Died on service, 9 Oct., 1814. 

25 Present at Detroit, medal and clasp. 

24 Query as to his being identical with Capt. S. Brock, 1st Northumberland. 

25 Claims in his application for land grant to have been a "Commander." 

26 Served on the "Moira." 

27 Served on the "Prince Regent." 



THE PROVINCIAL MARINE. 207 



28 Son of Thomas Eidout, Survey or- General, U.C. Served on the "Boyal 
George." Killed in a duel at York, 1817. 

29 Son of Dr. Robert Richardson. Born at Queenston, U. C., 1798. Died at 
Amherstburg, June, 1819. Severely wounded at Frenchtown, 22 Jan., 13. 
Later he was a Lieut, in Provincial Drivers. 

80 See also Indian Department. In a petition he states that he was a Midship 
man on the "Lady Prevost" at Put-in-Bay, where he was wounded and taken 
prisoner. Died at Amherstburg, 27 May, 1825. 

81 Afterwards 1st Lieutenant. Served on Lake Erie. Present at Frenchtown, 
wounded. 

" Assistant Surgeon Queen s Rangers, 1798-1802. Surgeon s mate at Amherst 
burg to 1813. District Judge, Western District, 1807-29. Was at Put-in-Bay 
(prisoner). On his release was appointed Surgeon, Indian Department. Married, 
in 1793, Madeleine, daughter of Lt.-Col. John Askin. Died at Amherstburg, 1 
May, aged 59. His eldest son was the well-known Major John Richardson, 
author of "Wacousta," "The War of 1812," in which he served as a Volunteer, 
41st Regt., afterwards as a Lieut., 8th. He served later as Lieut., 2nd and 92nd 
Regts. Capt. in the "British Auxiliary Legion" in Spain. His second son, 
Robert, was the above Midshipman. 

83 On the "Earl of Moira." 
3i Acting 5 Oct., 12. 

35 On the "Queen Charlotte." 

36 Served also under Yeo. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT 



ENGAGEMENTS: Mackinac, 17th July, 12. 

Brownstown, 5th Aug., 12. 
Maguaga, 9th Aug., 12. 

1 Fort Detroit, 16th Aug., 12. 

2 Queenston Heights, 13th Oct., 12. 

3 Fort Niagara, 21st Nov., 12. 
Frenchman s Creek, 27th Nov., 12. 

4 Frenchtown, 22nd Jan., 13. 
York, 27th April, 13. 
Fort Meigs, 1st May, 13. 
Miami, 5th May, 13. 

Fort George, 27th May, 13. 
* Beaver Dams, 24th June, 13. 
Sandusky, 2nd Aug., 13. 
Butler s Farm, 17th Aug.. 13. 

6 Cross Roads, 6th Sept., 13. 
Moraviantown, 5th Oct., 13. 
Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 
Chrystler s Farm, llth Nov., 13. 
Fort George, 12th Dec., 13. 
Lewiston, 20th Dec., 13. 

7 Black Rock, Buffalo, 30th Dec., 13. 
Chippawa, 5th July, 14. 

8 Rock River Rapids, 19th July, 14. 
Fort Shelby, 20th July, 14. 
Prairie-du-Chien, 20th July, 14. 
Lewiston, 25th July, 14. 
Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14. 
Conjocta Creek, 3rd Aug., 14. 
Mackinac, 4th Aug., 14. 
Nottawasaga, 24th Aug., 14. 
Fort Erie, lst-31st Aug., 14. 
Capture of the "Tigress," 3rd Sept., 14. 
Capture of the "Scorpion," 6th Sept., 14. 
Lyon s Creek, 19th Oct., 14. 
Malcolm s Mills, 6th Nov., 14. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 209 



"They were led yesterday by Colonel Elliott and Captain McKee, and noth 
ing could exceed their order and steadiness. A few prisoners were taken by 
them, during the advance, whom they treated with every humanity ; and it 
affords me much pleasure in assuring Your Excellency that such was their for 
bearance and attention to what was required of them that the enemy sustained 
no other loss in men than what was occasioned by the fire of our batteries." 
(Brock s Despatch, 17 Aug., 12.) 

8 "He (Norton) and the Indians particularly distinguished themselves." 
Sheaffe s Despatch, 13 Oct., 12.) 

1 "I received the greatest assistance from Major Givins and the Indians under 
his command." (Bisshopp s Despatch, 1 Dec., 12.) 

4 "The zeal and courage of the Indian Department were never more conspicu 
ous than on this occasion, and the Indian warriors fought with their usual 
bravery." (Procter s Despatch, 25 Jan., 13.) 

"In this affair the Indian warriors, under the command of Captain Kerr, 
were the only force actually engaged ; to them great merit is due, and to them 
I feel particularly obliged for their gallant conduct on this occasion." (Bisshopp s 
Keport to Prevost, Beaver Dams, 24 June, 13.) 

"The Indian warriors behaved with great steadiness and courage, and His 
Excellency has much satisfaction in learning that they conducted themselves 
with humanity and forbearance towards the prisoners after the action." (G.O. 
28 June, 13.) 

6 "Their conduct (the Indians) in this affair has given General de Kottenburg 
particular satisfaction, inasmuch as it affords proof that their zeal in the cause 
in which we are engaged is undiminished." (G.O. 9 Sept., 13.) 

"Lt.-Col. Elliott, in this, as well as on other occasions, is entitled to my 
highest commendations for his zeal and activity as Superintendent of the Indian 
Department ; and I am happy to add that, through his exertions and that of his 
officers, no act of cruelty, as far as I could learn, was committed by the Indians 
towards any of their prisoners." (Eiall s Despatch, 1 Jan., 14.) 

8 "This is perhaps one of, the most brilliant actions, fought by Indians only, 
since the commencement of the war." (McKay s despatch to McDouall,27 July, 14. 



INDIAN DEPARTMENT UPPER CANADA. 

1 Deputy Superintendent-General and Deputy Inspector-General 

Lt.-Colonel William Glaus, 2 July, 1796. 

2 Superintendents-Lt.-Colonel Matthew Elliott, Sr.,Amherstburg. 

Captain Thomas McKee, St. Joseph. 
4 Deputy-Superintendents Lt.-Colonel William Caldwell, Sr., 

8 May, 14. 
Lt.-Colonel Robert Dickson, Western 

Nations. 
Lt.-Colonel William McKay, Mack- 

inac. 25 Dec., 14. 

7 Agent Major James Givins. York. 
Assistant-Secretary Duncan Cameron. York. 



210 THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 

UPPER CANADA (Continued.) 

8 Surgeons Robert Kerr. Niagara. 27 April, 1788. 

Robert Richardson. Western Nations. 25 Mar., 14. 

10 Surgeon s Mate David Mitchell. St. Joseph and Mackinac. 

11 Missionary Reverend J. B. Marcharid. Sandwich. 25 Dec., 12. 
Storekeepers Joseph B. Clench. Niagara. 

*ti George Ironside. Amherstburg. 

John Ask in, Jr. St. Joseph. 

14 Residents and Captains John Ferguson. Kingston. 1 Sept., 12. 

Jean Baptiste Rousseaux. Niagara. 

25 Oct., 12. 

ft l5 Captains William Johnson Kerr. 
ft l( Billy Caldwell. Western Nations. 

ft 17 John Askin. 

ft l William Jones. 

ft ig John Wilson. 

J. St. Germain, 25 May, 13. 
ft 2( Matthew Elliott, Jr., 19 June, 13. 

Thomas Gummersal Anderson, 1 Sept., 14. 

ft 2 Francis Michael Dease. Western Nations. 2 Sept., 14. 

Robert Ramsay Livingston (Miskinankai, "The 

Fox,") 25 Oct., 14. 

ft 24 Lieutenants Alexander McKee. Detroit. 18 June, 13. 
Barnett Lyons. Detroit. 19 June, 13. 
Jacob Graverat. Detroit. 19 June, 13. 
ft z Joseph Rainville. Western Nations. 

ft 27 Michel Brisebois. Western Nations. 5 June, 14. 

ft 2 Charles Chandonnet. Western Nations. 

ft M Louis Grignon. Western Nations. 

ft Ignace La Rose. Western Nations. 

ft John Law. Western Nations. 

ft Jean B. Cadot. Western Nations. 26 Oct., 14. 

ft 30 Philippe La Saussaye. Western Nations. 

ft James Fraser. Western Nations. 

George McGulpin. Western Nations. 
ft 31 William Elliott. Western Nations. 

ft Joseph Perrin. Western Nations. 

ft Joseph Laperche dit St. Jean. Western Nations. 

ft Edward Sayer, 19 June, 13. 

William W. Chew, 25 Oct., 12. 
George Rosseaux, 25 May, 13. 

Lieutenants were appointed by Commission, receiving 6 sh. 6 d. a day. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 211 

UPPER CANADA (Continued.) 

34 Lieutenants Benjamin Fair-child, 25 Oct., 12. 
Louis S. Johnston, 25 Oct., 14. 
Eneas. Mackinac. 25 Nov., 14. 
ft 37 Duncan Graham. Mackinac. Promoted Captain 

6 Sept., 14. 

& * John Brant (Anyonewaeghe.) 

ft Alexander Ferguson. 

{9 Interpreters Charles Anderson. Kingston. 1 Sept., 12. 

Charles Aymard. 

Charles Spenhard. St. Joseph. 25 May, 13. 
ft 4 William Solomon. Western Nations. 

l^T Jean Baptiste Guillory, Jr. Western Nations. 

25 May, 13. 

ft Joseph Roque. Western Nations. 

ft Louis Chevalier. Western Nations. 

ft Colin Campbell. Western Nations. 25 Nov., 14. 

ft Louis Desaulniers. "Western Nations. 25 Nov., 14. 

Antoine Grant. Western Nations. 

Joseph St. Germain. Western Nations. 6June,14. 
ft Pierre Grignon. Western Nations. 

ft Francois Laframboise. Western Nations. 

ft Joseph St. Pierre. Western Nations. 

George Frederick Rapp. Western Nations. 24 

Aug., 12. 

ft Augustin Roque. Western Nations. 

ft Pierre Thierry. Western Nations. 

ft Antoine Brisebois. Western Nations. 

ft Francois Bouche. Western Nations. 

ft Louis Barthe. Western Nations. 

Samuel Sanders. 

William Gruette. 

Thomas Guthrie. 

George Bluejacket. 

J. B. Sanscrainte. 

Joseph Drouillard. 

John B. Askin. St. Joseph. 

Peter Schwartz. 

Charles Reaume. Amherstburg. 

George Martin. 
ft * Alexander Ironside. 

Interpreters were appointed by Warrant ; pay 4 sh., 8d. per diem. 



212 THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 

UPPER CANADA (Continued.) 

-fa Interpreters Francois Xavier Cadot. 
-& 48 Louis Tesson Honore. 

^T Michel Girard. 

-fr Thomas Alexander Clarke. 

Louis Campeau. Michigan Territory. 25 Feb., 13. 

Henri Honore. Mackinac. 5 June, 14. 

William McAlpine. Mackinac. 24 June, 14. 

John Wilson. 

James Givins, Jr. York. 

John Cameron. Matchedash. 



1 Grandson of Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, and nephew of Sir John. 
Lieut. Koyal Americans, 31 Oct., 1787 ; Captain 5 Feb., 95. Succeeded Colonel 
Alex. McKee as D.S.G. and D.I.G., having previously been Superintendent at 
Niagara. Was at Queenston (despatches), Fort George. Died 1826. 

* Served as Captain in Indian Dept., 1777-84. Present at Blue Licks (des 
patches), Sandusky (despatches). Asst. Agent for Western Indians, 1790. 
Deputy Superintendent, 1795. Dismissed 1799 ; re-instated, 1808. Present at 
Detroit, gold medal (despatches), Black Kock, &c., Moraviantown. Died near 
Burlington Heights, U.C., 7 May, 14, aged 75. See 1st Essex. 

9 Upon the dismissal of Col. Matthew Elliott as Superintendent in 1799, Capt. 
McKee (4th-60th) was appointed by his father as Acting Superintendent at Am- 
herstburg. Member for Kent, 1796, and for Essex, 1801. Major 2nd Essex. 
Present at Detroit (despatches.) Died at the Cascades, about 20 Oct., 14, aged 
44. Capt. McKee was the son of Col. Alexander McKee, and had been Ensign 
60th, 29 March, 1791. Lieut. 5 Feb., 95. Capt. 20 Feb., 96. 

4 Joined Bird s Corps under Lord Dunmore, August, 1775. Served in Butler s 
Hangers, May, 177624 July, 1784. His four sons William J., James, Thomas 
and Francis served in the Militia during war 1812-15. 

6 A native of Dumfries. Commanded Sioux and other Indians at Mackinac ; 
present at capture of "Tigress" and "Scorpion" (despatches.) Died at Drum- 
mond Island, 20 June, 1823, aged 55. 

8 See Michigan Fencibles, page 96. 

7 Lieut. Queen s Bangers (1791-1802), 30 Nov. 1791. 

8 Arrived at Quebec, 13 Sept., 1776, as Hospital Mate. Served on Burgoyne s 
expedition of 1777 (prisoner) ; also under Clinton; went to Halifax, N.S., 1778. 
Surgeon Royal Reg t. of New York (Sir John Johnson s), 177924 June, 1784; 
Surgeon to the Loyalists, 24 Oct., 1784 ; Surgeon Indian Dept., 27 Apr., 1788. 
Married a daughter of Sir William Johnson, 1st Bart., by Molly Brant. Died 
at Albany, N. Y., March, 1825, aged 60. 

* See Provincial Marine Department. 

10 Served in 8th Foot, 1774-83. The "Old Wabino" in Colonel Landmann s 
"Adventures and Recollections." 

11 Died at Sandwich, 14 April, 24, aged 63. 

13 Was M. A., King s College, Aberdeen ; died at Amherstburg, 31 May, 30, aged 
70, being then Superintendent Indian Department. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 213 

UPPER CANADA (Continued.) 

11 Died 1818. Was present at capture of Mackinac, 1812. His half-brothers 
Charles, Alexander and James Askin were officers during the war. Promoted 
Captain in 1814. 

14 Married a daughter of Sir William Johnson by Molly Brant. 

16 Son of Surgeon Robert Kerr. Married his cousin Elizabeth, daughter of 
Joseph Brant (Thayendanagea.) Present at Beaver Dams (despatches), Fort 
Niagara, Schlosser, Black Rock, Chippawa (prisoner). 

16 Was at Lewiston, 25 July, 14. Half-brother to Wm. Caldwell. 

17 See 2nd Essex. 

18 Was at Frenchtown. Superintendent of Issuers with the Right Division, 16 
Aug., 13, at 10 shillings per diem. Died 31 Dec., 48, aged 76. 

19 Present at Detroit (medal and clasp) ; also at Frenchtown, 22 Jan., 13 
(wounded) . 

20 Was at Frenchtown. 

11 Born at Sorel, 1779 ; died at Toronto, 16 Feb., 1875, aged 96. Was at Prairie- 
du-Chien. Appointed to Indian Department from Mississippi Volunteers. 
Received land grant as Captain Michigan Fencibles. See Ontario Historical 
Society Papers for a full account, Vol. 6, page 116. 

K Commanded Chippawas at capture of Mackinac. Died at Amherstburg, 1 
Feb., 20, being then Superintendent Indian Dept., and Major 2nd Essex. 
Dease was related to Sir John Johnson, the Superintendent-General. 

18 Served as a Midshipman on the "Argus" for four years ; in the 2nd Batt ln. 
R.C.V. 8 years ; in the 2nd-60th 3 years ; commanded a company of Volunteers 
at capture of Mackinac ; wounded and prisoner at Brownstown ; present at 
Detroit ; Lieutenant Indian Department, 25 April, 14 ; was at Lewiston, 25 July, 
14 ; was at Fort George (wounded and prisoner), 17 Aug., 13; escaped Aug., 13 ; 
assisted in defence of Schooner "Nancy" at Nottawasaga, 14 Aug., 14; present 
at capture of "Tigress" and "Scorpion," 3rd and 6th Sept., 14 (despatches.) 

14 See Powell s Artillery. Promoted Captain, 25 June, 14. 

s5 Was at Frenchtown. Transferred to Lower Canada, 27 Nov., 13. 

38 Was at Fort Meigs. 

17 Died 1839. 

18 Murdered at St. Joseph River by his adopted son, J. B. Chandonnet. 

19 His uniform is described in the appendix. 

80 Killed at Sandusky, 2 Aug., 13. 

81 See 1st Essex and Caldwell s Rangers. 

32 Killed in action at Fort George, 27 May, 13. 

83 Promoted from Interpreter, vice Chew, killed in action. 

84 Appointed Interpreter to the Mohawks, 25 March, 1802. 

85 Son of John Johnston, of Sault Ste. Marie, and his wife Oshaugus-co-day- 
way-que ; served on the "Queen Charlotte," 1813 (prisoner) ; see Marine Depart 
ment. 

36 Present at Beaver Dams under Capt. Kerr. His name also appears as "Exen." 



214 THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 

UPPER CANADA (Continued.) 

87 As a Lieutenant went with McKay to Fort Shelby (despatches) ; promoted 
a step for his services. 

88 Son of Joseph Brant (Thayendanagea) ; born 1794 ; died at Mohawk Village, 
U.C., 1832 ; present at Queenston, Beaver Dams, &c. 

39 Lieut, and Interpreter Anderson was promoted Lieut. 19 June, 13. Present 
at Sackett s Harbour and Chrystler s Farm (despatches.) Lieut. Anderson, 
"Having distinguished himself on several recent occasions as a zealous officer," 
His Excellency promoted him a Captain in Indian Department, from 25 Nov., 13. 
(Can. Archives, M. 195 D.) Died at Kice Lake, U.C., 12 Jan., 44. Had been 
Major 1st Frontenac. 

40 Was at Beaver Dams. 

41 See Ontario Historical Society, volume 3, page 126. 

45 Was at capture of Mackinac and Detroit, Frenchtown, Moraviantown and 
Lewiston. 

tt Was at Frenchtown. 

u Was at Frenchtown and Lewiston. 

45 With Procter s retreat. Died at Kingston, 20 Dec., 1813. 

* 6 See Mississippi Volunteers, page 97. 

4r Was at Frenchtown. Died at Amherstburg, 16 Sept., 32, aged 48. 



LOWER CANADA. 

1 Superintendent-General and Inspector-General 

Colonel Sir John Johnson, Baronet, 14 March, 1782. 

2 Deputy Agent L. J. Fleury De Chambault. Montreal. 1796. 

3 Superintendent Hon. Louis De Salaberry. Quebec. 1801. 

* Secretary Adam Gordon Johnson. Montreal. 

* Archibald Kennedy Johnson. Montreal. 25July,14. 

6 Resident Agent J. B. D Estimauville. Quebec. 4 Dec., 12. 

7 Storekeeper-General George Hawdon. Lachine. 

James Findlay. Lachine. Acting, 25 
July, 14. 

8 Missionaries Reverend F.Painchaud. Restigouche. 

Reverend Joseph Marie Belanger, 25 Aug., 14. 
Reverend A. Bedard. Lorette. 
Reverend F. Guignard. St. Francis. 
Reverend N. Dufresne. Caughnawaga. 
Reverend J. Marcoux. St. Regis. 
Resident Agents and Captains [Regis. 

9 Pierre Jean Baptiste Testard Louvigny de Montigny. St. 

10 Joseph Maurice Lamofche. Montreal. 

11 Dominique Ducharme. Two Mountains. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 215 

LOWER CANADA (Continued.) 

Resident Agents and Captains 

Guillaume Chevalier de Lorimier. Caughnawaga 
Joseph St. Valier Mailloux. 25 Feb., 14. 
Lieutenants and Interpreters 

ft l4 Jean Baptiste Chevalier de Lorimier. St. Regis. 

Francois Marie de Lorimier. St. Francis. 
J. Bertrand St. Germain. Two Mountains. 
Simon Evans. St. Francis. 
ft 17 Stanislas Vassal. St. Francis. 

Charles Gedeon Gaucher. 
Lorimier Verneueuil. St. Regis. 
ft 20 Jean Evangeliste St. Germain. Two Mountains. 

Joseph Charles Boucher de Niverville Three Rivers 

25 Oct., 12. 

ft 21 Isaac LeClair. St. Regis. 5 Nov., 12. 

Louis Biron. 

Jarvis Maccombe. Caughnawaga. 11 May, 13. 
Louis Langlade. Two Mountains. 25 Aug. 13. 
ft Solomon Y. Chesley. 

Noel Annance. 25 Aug., 13. 
Joseph Antoine de St. Francis. St. Francis. 
Dominique Parent, 25 Feb., 14 ; Lieutenant 24 March, 14. 
Barnett Lyons, from Upper Canada. Two Mountains 

27 Nov., 13. 
Amable Chevalier (Pawquokoman.) Two Mountains 

14 Jan, 13. 
Interpreters 

Nathaniel Lines. 

Joseph Biron, Sr. St. Regis. 

Joseph Biron, Jr. St. Regis. 11 May, 13. 

Charles Chesley. St. Regis. 25 Dec, 13. 

Pierre Hubert. Caughnawaga. 

Antoine Chenier. Montreal. [Sept, 12. 

Francois X. Lacombe. Two Mountains. 24 

Chinic. 

Francois Annance. St. Francis. 
ft 19 Ignace Portneuf. 



1 Son of Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, whom he succeeded as 2nd Baronet 
in 1774. Knighted 22 Nov., 1765. Colonel of the Six Townships Battalions of 
Militia, which see ; also of "The Indian Warriors." Died 4 Jan., 30, aged 88 



216 THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 

LOWER CANADA (Continued.) 

2 See Quartermaster-General of Militia, Lower Canada. 

3 See 1st Battalion, Select Embodied Militia. 

4 Son of Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet, whom he succeeded as 3rd Baronet. 
Born 1781 ; died unmarried, May, 1843. 

6 Youngest son of Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet. Born 1792. 

6 Served during Revolutionary War as a Lieut, in an Independent Company 
under Captain Jean Hertel de Rouville ; placed on half -pay at peace ; was 
Resident Agent at St. Francis until 1796, when he was appointed Capt. 1st Batt. 
Royal Can. Volunteers, but had to vacate his Indian office ; remained with his 
Reg t. until disbanded in 1802 ; appointed Interpreter at Quebec in 1804. Grand 
Voyer, Quebec District. See 3rd S.E.M. ; also Canadian Chasseurs. 

T Superseded 25 July, 1814. 

8 Resigned 25 Aug., 14. A "Francois Painchaud" ordained 21 Sept., 05. Died 
8 Feb., 38. 

9 Prisoner of war at St. Regis, 23 Oct., 12. Died 23 Feb., 13. 

10 Was also Captain 3rd Batt., Montreal Militia. Present at Chateauguay 
(despatches.) 

11 Second son of Jean Marie Ducharme. Present at Beaver Dams, Chateau 
guay, medal with clasp. Died at Lake Two Mountains, 3 Aug., 1853, aged 89. 
"Known for his loyalty and important services which he rendered to the 
Government in the last American War." (Montreal Transcript.) 

11 Died at Sault St. Louis, 5 June, 24, aged 80. 

13 See Indian Warriors, page 218. 

14 Appointed Resident and Captain, 11 May, 13, vice Montigny, deceased. 
Present at Beaver Dams. 

15 A "Louis Martineau de Lorimier," former Capt. of Militia, died at St. 
Nicolas, 24 Nov., 50, aged 75. 

16 Appointed Resident and Captain, 25 April, 13. 

17 Interpreter 1 Sept., 12. Dismissed 27 Nov., 13, for being "absent without 
leave." Re-instated 11 Oct., 14. 

18 Present at Beaver Dams. Died 2 Nov., 13. 

19 See Indian Warriors, pages 217-218. 

20 Present at Sackett s Harbour, 29 May, 13 ; also at Beaver Darns. 
51 Present at Beaver Dams. 

" Dismissed 7 Dec., 13. 

13 See Indian Department, Upper Canada, page 

24 A Chief of the Ottawas, appointed by Sir George Prevost. 

36 A "Nathaniel Lines" died at Kingston, 17 July, 13, aged 90. 

16 Killed at St. Regis. 

57 Appointed vice his father, killed at St. Regis. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 217 

INDIAN WARRIORS CORPS DES SAUVAGES.1T 

Engagements : Queenston, 13th Oct., 12. 
Odelltown, 19th Aug., 12. 
Chateauguay, 26th Oct., 13. 
Beaver Dams, 24th June, 13. 

Caughnawagas and Iroquois 

1 Resident and Captain Chevalier de Lorimier, 15 Sept., 12. 
Lieut, and Interpreter de Lorimier, 15 Sept., 12. 

St. Regis and Iroquois 

Resident and Captain Louvigny de Montigny, 15 Sept., 12. 
Lieutenant J. Bernard St. Germain, 15 Sept., 12. 
Interpreter Joseph Biron, Sr., 15 Sept., 12. 

Lake of the Two Mountains, Nipissings and Algonquins 

Resident and Captain Dominique Ducharme, 15 Sept., 12. 
Lieut, and Interpreter Jean Baptiste de Lorimier, 15 

Sept., 12. 
Interpreter Chinic, 15 Sept., 12. 

Abenaquis, St. Francis 

Lieut, and Interpreter Simon Evans, 15 Sept., 12. 

Stanislas Vassal, 15 Sept., 12. 

Abenaquis and Iroquois 

Resident and Captain Joseph M. LaMothe, 15 Sept., 12. 
Lieut. and Interpreter Antoine Chenier, 15 Sept., 12. 

CharlesGedeonGaucher,15Sept.,12. 
Interpreter Pierre Hubert, 24 Sept., 12. 



I A Capt. Lorimier taken prisoner 17 Aug., 13. See p. 34, Niagara Historical 
Society, No. 9. 

II From G.O. 22 Sept., 13 ; pay commencing 15 Sept., 12. 

The Abenaquis were divided into two parties ; one served in Upper Canada, 
being present at Queenston and Beaver Dams ; the other at Chateauguay. 



218 THE INDIAN DEPAKTMENT. 

THE INDIAN WARRIORS. 

Engagements : 

Superintendent Colonel Sir John Johnson, Bart., 25 July, 14. 
Deputy-Superintendent Lt.-Col. Adam Gordon Johnson, 25 

July, 14. 

MajorChevalierde Lorimier,25 July,14. 
Quartermaster Henry Munro Fisher, 25 July, 14. 
Surgeon Hospital Mate Kennelly. 
1 Asst. Surgeon Robert Nelson, 25 July, 14. 
5 Captain Lorimier Verneuil. Caughnawaga. 25 July, 14. 
Lieutenant Jarvis Maccombe. Caughnawaga. 25 July, 14. 

Ignace Taissons. Caughnawaga. 25 July, 14. 
Interpreter Pierre Hubert. Caughnawaga. 25 July, 14. 
Captain Dominique Ducharme. Two Mountains. 25 July, 14. 
Second Capt. Francois Marie de Lorimier. Two Mountains. 

25 July, 14. 

Lieutenants Simon Evans. Two Mountains. 25 July, 14. 
Barnett Lyons. Two Mountains. 25 July, 14. 
Louis Langlade. Two Mountains. 25 July, 14. 
Captain Jean Baptiste Chevalier de Lorimier. St. Regis. 25 

July, 14. 

Second Capt. J. Bertrand St. Germain. St. Regis. 25 July, 14. 
Lieutenants Isaac Leclair. St. Regis. 25 July, 14. 

Joseph Biron, Jr. St. Regis. 25 July, 14. 
Solomon Y. Chesley. St. Regis. 25 July, 14. 
3 Captain Joseph St. Valier Mailloux. St. Francis, Becancour, 

Three Rivers. 25 July, 14. 
Lieutenants Joseph Charles Boucher de Niverville. St. Francis. 

25 July, 14. 

Noel Annance. St. Francis. 25 July, 14. 
Luc Launiere. St. Francis. 25 July, 14. 

3 Interpreter Ignace Portneuf (Abenaqui Chief.) St. Francis. 
25 July, 14. 



1 Born 1794. Member for Montreal, 1827. Took up arms under Papineau in 
1837. 

2 Killed 19 Aug., 14. 

3 Wounded arid taken prisoner in a reconnaissance, 10 Aug., 14. 

4 See Indian Department, Lower Canada. 

5 Query : Verneuil de Lorimier, or Lorimier Vermeil. 

Four Companies were authorized by G.O., 8 Aug., 14. Appointments were 
to date from 25 July, 14. 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 219 



INDIAN WAR CHIEFS AND PRINCIPAL WARRIORS. 

SHAWNEES 

Tecumseth (Crouching Panther.) 

ONONDAGAS 

Ta-Kanentyne. 
Shayendakhon. 
Kaneaheuntwaght. 

SACS 

Metoss. 

Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak (Black Sparrow Hawk.) 

CAYUGAS 

Ayanete. 

Kayentatirhon. 

Koteyea Mights. 

Thenyaweghs. 

Theantacutye. 

Tekanyontonyon. 

Teharonghweandots. 

Kenntyoghkwanoron. 

Attagwaracyon. 

Thenyaweghs Brother. 

WYANDOTTES 

Roundhead. 

HURONS 
13 Split Log. 

Assiginack (Black Bird.) 

CHIPPAWAS f 

Kish-ki-wabik. 

OTTAWAS 

Naiwash. 

FOXES 

Walassika. 
Kinailounak. 

KICKAPOES 

Waikitchai. 



10 



is 



220 THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 



INDIAN WAR CHIEFS AND PRINCIPAL WARRIORS (Continued.) 

DELAWARES 

Pamamai. 

Petop. 

Tom. 

MUNSEYS 

John Gray. 

Wabachkweela (White Horn.) 

Six NATIONS 

Ounagechtai. 

Twalwa (Isaac Peters.) 

WlNNEBAGOES 

Wassasskum. 

MIAMIS 

Jean B. Richerville. 

SENEGAS, ALIAS ONDOWAGA 

Kagneghtague. 
16 Hoyatategh. 

MOHAWKS, ALIAS KANGENKEHAGA 

John Norton (Teyoninhokarawen.) 
Toowaghwenkaraghkwen (Thomas Davis.) 
Kenwendeshon (Aaron Hill.) 
Karaghkontye (David Davids.) 



1 Was at Brownstown and Maguaga, Detroit, Frenchtown andMoraviantown, 
where he was killed. "He, who attracted most my attention, was a Shawnee 
Chief, Tecumseh. A more sagacious or a more gallant warrior does not, I 
believe, exist. He was the admiration of everyone who conversed with him." 
Brock to Lord Liverpool, 29 Aug., 12. (Can. Archives, Q. 315, p. 122.) 

1 Killed at Queenston. 

8 Is a War Chief. Served during the Kevolutionary War. Twice wounded at 
Queenston. (Can. Archives, Series C., Vol. 261, p. 27-31.) 

4 A brave faithful Chief, who distinguished himself on many occasions, both 
in the Revolutionary and 1812 Wars. (Same authority.) 

5 Present at Frenchtown, Ft. Meigs, Ft. Stephenson and Moraviantown. "I 
was tired of being with them (the British), our success being bad and having 
got no plunder." (Autobiography of Blackhawk, Boston, 1834.) 



THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 221 



6 An old Chief who served in two American Wars. (Can. Archives, Series C., 
Vol. 261, p. 27-31.) 

7 A leading warrior, who on several occasions displayed the greatest gallantry. 
He lost two brothers, one at Cross Koads, the other at Chippawa. The latter 
was Principal Chief of the Nation. (Same authority.) 

8 Wounded at Queenston through the thigh. (Same authority.) 

9 A leading warrior that on every occasion showed a most gallant and faith 
ful heart. (Same authority.) 

10 A leading warrior in the two American Wars. (Same authority.) 

11 Served during the Revolutionary War. 
11 Was at Frenchtown. 

13 Went over to the Americans in 1814. 

u "Jean B. Eicherville, Chief of the Miamis, to be Captain to head his own 
Nation." G.O. 25 Feb y, 13. 

15 Wounded through the face badly at Chippawa, 5 July, 14. He is a warrior 
who evinced on all occasions the greatest bravery and firmness. (Can. Archives, 
Series C., Vol. 261, p. 27-31.) 

16 A brave Warrior, who was in every action, sometimes in the vicinity of 
Amherstburg, sometimes on the Niagara frontier. (Same authority.) 

17 A Scotchman ; present at Detroit ; commanded the Mohawks at Queenston 
(despatches.) Local Major in the British Army, 15 Feb., 16. See Can. Archives, 
1896, page xii. 

18 An old Chief, who served during the two American Wars. (Can. Archives, 
Series C., Vol. 261, p. 27-31.) 

19 A faithful Warrior on all occasions ; wounded through the thigh and hand at 
the Ferry, Grand River, Nov., 1814. (Same authority.) 

20 A Chief by right, gave through courtesy to a younger brother, who acted as 
such during the war. Wounded through both thighs at the Ferry, Grand River, 
Nov., 1814. (Same authority.) 



THE ROYAL NAVY 

HIS MAJESTY S SHIPS AND VESSELS 

ON LAKE ONTARIO. 

Canada Ship of the line. . 102 guns. 

I St. Lawrence Ship of the line . . 90 

Prince Regent Frigate 56 

3 Vittoria Princess Charlotte Frigate 43 

4 Royal George Niagara Ship 22 

Wolfe Montreal Ship 22 

Wolfe Ship 20 

6 Earl of Moira Charwell Brig 10 

7 Lord Melville Star , Brig 14 

8 Sir Sidney Smith Magnet Schooner 14 

9 General Beresford Netley Schooner 12 

10 Dukfc of Kent ..]. 

II Psyche 32 

ls Cryster(sic) Gunboat 

15 Queenston Gunboat 

J Niagara Gunboat 2 

13 Buffalo Gunboat 2 

ON ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. 

Cleopatra Gunboat 2 guns. 

Nelly Gunboat 2 

z Nelson Gunboat 2 

25 Lais Gunboat 1 

14 Quebec Gunboat 1 

4 Kingston Gunboat 1 

15 Glengarry Gunboat 1 

* Thunder Gunboat 1 

[ Retaliation Gunboat 1 

16 Brock Gunboat 1 

14 Black Snake Gunboat 1 

16 York Gunboat 1 

15 Corn wall . ..Gunboat . 1 



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ON LAKE ERIE. 

17 Detroit II Ship 22 guns. 

17 Queen Charlotte Ship 18 

17 General Hunter Brig 10 

17 Lady Prevost Schooner 14 

17 Chippawa Schooner 3 

17 Little Belt Sloop 3 

Erie 

ON LAKE HURON. 

Huron Schooner 

Newash Schooner 

Tecumseth Schooner 

18 Nancv . . . Schooner . 



ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN. 

19 Confiance Ship 36 guns. 

20 Niagara Linnet Brig 16 

21 Shannon Chub Sloop 10 

22 Broke Finch Sloop 10 

23 Canada Sloop 4 

14 Icicle Sloop 2 

Sir George Prevost Gunboat 2 

Sir James L. Yeo Gunboat 2 

Sir Sidney Beckwith Gunboat 2 

General Brock Gunboat 2 

Colonel Murray Gunboat 2 

Lord Wellington Gunboat 1 

General Simcoe Gunboat 1 

Marshal Beresf ord Gunboat 1 

Sir Home Popham Gunboat 1 

Lord Cochrane Gunboat 1 

General Drummond Gunboat 1 

(Name not known) Gunboat 1 



Launched at Point Frederick, U. C., 10 Sept., 14. 
Launched at Point Frederick, U. C., 14 April, 14. 
Launched at Point Frederick, U. C., 14 April, 14. 
Launched at Point Frederick, U. C., July, 1809. 
Launched at Point Frederick, U. C., 25 April, 13. 

Launched 28 May, 05 ; called after Earl of Moira, Master General of Ord 
nance, 1806. 



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7 Called after Kobert Viscount Melville, First Lord of the Admiralty (25 Mar., 
12-27.) Launched 20 July, 13. 

8 Built at Point Frederick. Launched Nov., 1806. Destroyed by fire at head 
of Lake Ontario to prevent her falling into Chauncey s hands, 5 Aug., 14. 

9 Built at York, U.C. Launched July, 1812. 

10 Keceiving ship at Kingston. Called after Edward, Duke of Kent, father of 
Her late Majesty Queen Victoria. 

11 Her frames sent out from England ; launched at Point Frederick, 25 Dec., 14. 
11 A schooner. Stationed at Coteau-du-Lac. 

11 Luggers stationed at Point Frederick, U. C. 
u Luggers stationed at Coteau-du-Lac. 
u Sloops stationed at Coteau-du-Lac. 

16 A sloop stationed at Prescott. 

17 See Provincial Marine, page 202. 

18 Destroyed by fire at Nottawasaga Creek, to prevent her falling into the 
enemy s hands, 14 Aug., 14. 

19 Built at Isle-aux-Noix. Called after Yeo s first command, a French Privateer 
captured by him at Muros Bay. Launched 25 Aug., 14. Captured 11 Sept., 14. 

20 Built at Isle-aux-Noix. Was commanded by Pring during May, 1814. 

81 Formerly the U.S. "Growler," captured by Major Taylor, 100th Regt., 3 
June, 13. Called at first "Shannon," after H.M. ship "Shannon." See Appendix. 

" Formerly the U.S. "Eagle," captured by Major Taylor, 100th Regt., 3 June, 
13. Called at first "Broke," after Capt. Broke of Shannon and Chesapeake 
fame. The name frequently appears as "Tench." 

" Formerly the U.S. "Mars." 

14 Formerly the U.S. "President." 

K Captured by the Americans at Sandy Creek. 



ENGAGEMENTS. 

Sackett s Harbour 29th May, 13 

Growler and Eagle captured, Lake Champlain. .3rd June, 13 

Forty-Mile Creek, Lake Ontario 8th June, 13 

British gunboats captured, Lake Ontario . . . .17th July, 13 

Goose Creek, River St. Lawrence 21st July, 13 

Plattsburg 31st July, 13 

Saranac lst-3rd Aug., 13 

Julia and Growler captured, Lake Ontario 10th Aug., 13 

Off Niagara 18th Aug., 13 

Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie 10th Sept., 13 

Off Genesee, Lake Ontario llth Sept., 13 

Off Burlington do 28th Sept., 13 



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French Creek 1st Nov., 13 

La Colle Mill 30th March, 14 

Oswego 6th May, 14 

Otter Creek, Lake Champlain 9th May, 14 

Sandy Creek 31st May, 14 

Ohio and Somers captured, Lake Erie 12th Aug., 14 

Tigress captured, Lake Huron 3rd Sept., 14 

Scorpion captured, Lake Huron 6th Sept., 14 

Lake Champlain Hth Sept., 14 

See General Order, 4 June, 13, in Appendix. 



THE ROYAL NAVY. 

1 Commander-in-Chief\ Commodore Sir 

on the Lakes. / James Lucas Yeo, K. C. B. 

2 Secretary Lieut. James Laurie, Royal Marines. 
Pendant Lieutenant Lieut. John Scott. 

4 Naval Hospital, Kingston Surgeon Thomas Lewis. 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph Scott. 
Commanders Robert Heriot Barclay. 

Sir Richard James Lawrence O Conor. 

Robert A. Finnis. 

Daniel Pring. 

Peter Fisher. 

Sir William Howe Mulcaster. 

Henry Thomas Davies. 

Francis Brockell Spilsburv. 

TJ TT 1 

F. Hickey. 

Thomas England. 

Sir Edward Collier ("Manly.") 

George Downie. 

Stephen Popham. 

Thomas Everard ("Wasp.") 

Augustus Vere Drury ("Dover.") 

Thomas McCulloch. 
Lieutenants Alexander T. Dobbs. 
George Inglis. 
Newdigate Poyntz. 
Thomas Stokoe. 
Edward Buchan. 

26 Charles William Griffith Griffin. 

George Bignell. 
James McGee. 



226 THE ROYAL NAVY. 



8 Lieutenants John Scott, 
zs James Robertson. 

29 Miller Worsley. 

3 William Drew. 

31 Christopher James Bell. 

32 Henry Gibbs. 

33 John Garland. 

34 Henry Lord Richards. 

35 W. Hornby. 
Charles RadclifFe. 

37 - Raynham. 

38 Robert Fitzgerald Hippisley. 

39 Adam Gordon. 

40 William Paul. 

41 M. Smith. 

42 Charles Cunliffe Owen. 

43 Charles Anthony. 

44 James Groves. 
4 Robert Gibbes. 

Thomas Saunders. 

46 Francis Lyon. 

so Henry Kent ("La Fantome.") 

so William Russell ("Arab.") 

Edward Rowley. 
82 Allen Otty. 

ss Alexander Stevenson Pearson ("Ceylon.") 

84 Henry R. F. Spence. 

William Lutman. 

ss Nicholas Colthurst. 

a* William Blackmore Noble. 

8 9 Charles Croker. 

47 Provincial Lieutenants Robert Irvine. 

47 Charles Frederic Rolette. 
47 Bremner. 

47 Francis Purvis. 

48 Masters James McKenzie. 

49 Brydon. 

47 James Richardson. 

50 George Hyde ("Thistle.") 

51 Godfrey Brereton. 

81 Mathew Abdy ("Thistle.") 

John Harris. 

52 Masters Mates John Fred. Johnstone. 

53 George Hugo. 



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54 Masters Mates Henry Gateshill. 
J. Campbell. 

- Clarke. 
Walter Leslie. 
David Dickson. 
Charles Creswick. 
John Grindred. 
William Hicks. 

87 John Williams. 

Charles Hoare ("Manly.") 

62 Pilots Edward Skelton (Prov. Marine.) 

63 Midshipmen John Majoribanks. 

Edward Loveday. 
John Hill. 
William Ellery. 
John Munnings Johnston. 
James Foster. 

69 Richard Fowke. 

John Sinclair. 

- Wnynm (? Robert Wemyss.) 
John Harvie. 

Hawksworth. 
James Rowe. 
George C. Yeo. 
Robert Fitzgerald. 
G. Watson. 
Frederick Johnston. 

-Lee. 

William Stephens Arthur. 
William Gunn. 
C. Knight. 

John Burney ("Tenedos.") 
J. Embank ("Jaseur.") 
James Child ("La Fantome.") 
E. N. Oldmixon ("La Fantome.") 
James Smart ("Manly.") 

78 Surgeons Ambrose Blacklock 

G. P. M. Young. 
William Hector. 
Thomas King. 

79 Asst. Surgeons John McLaren. 

Joseph Scott ("Manly.") 
James Mitchell. 



228 THE ROYAL NAVY. 



Asst. Surgeons Alexander Bernard. 

William West. 
Kingston Dockyard 

Commissioner Sir Richard J.L.O Conor. 2 June,13. 

Master Intendant 



Clerk of the Cheque 
Storekeeper 



78 Surgeon Ambrose Blacklock. 31 Dec., 14. 



1 Born 7 Oct., 1782. Entered navy 1793 ; Lieutenant 1797 ; present at siege 
of Genoa and at Muros Bay, where he assisted in the capture of the "Confiance," 
a French Privateer, which he afterwards commanded. Commander 21 June, 
1805. Captain 19 Dec., 07. Captured Cayenne, 1809, for which he was made a 
Knight of St. Benito d Avis by the Prince Eegent of Portugal. Knight 20 June, 
10. Served in the West Indies, 1811. Arrived at Quebec from England in H.M. 
ship "Woolwich," 5 May, 13, to take command on the Lakes. Commander-in- 
Chief on the Lakes, 28 Jan., 14. Took Oswego, 1814. Commander-in-Chief, 
West African Coast, 1815. K.C.B., 2 Jan., 15. Died 21 Aug., 1818. 

* Present at Oswego. "Lieut. Laurie, my Secretary, was the first who gained 
the ramparts." (Yeo s despatch, 9 May, 14.) 

3 Lieutenant 1805. Transferred to the Lakes from Halifax. Acting Lieu 
tenant, "Wolfe," 26 May, 13. Present at Oswego. "Mr. Scott, my first Lieuten 
ant, who was next in command, nobly led them (the seamen) on, and soon 
gained the ramparts." (Yeo s despatch, 9 May, 14.) 

4 From a pay list, 1 Oct. 31 Dec., 1814. 

5 Was at Trafalgar. Lieutenant 1805. Transferred to the Lakes from Halifax 
and appointed Senior Officer on Lake Erie, May, 13. Commanded British 
squadron at Put-in-Bay (wounded) ; tried by Court-Martial for loss of ships and 
honorably acquitted. Commander 19 Nov., 13. Post Captain, 14 Oct., 24. Died 
at Edinburgh, 8 May, 37, aged 52. 

6 See Provincial Marine, where his name should not have been. Entered 
Navy 1798. Midshipman 1801. Served as Lieutenant (1 Feb., 06,) on "Conflance" 
under Captain Yeo. Flag Lieutenant to Rear Admiral Sir E. Nagle. Commander 
17 Aug., 10. Superintendent and Commander "Duke of Kent," receiving ship 
at Kingston, 15 Jan., 14. Flag Captain "Prince Regent" 6 May, 14. Present 
at Oswego (despatches.) Commanded "Princess Charlotte" September, 1814. 
Post Captain 16 Aug., 15. Knight 1836. K.C.H. 25 Jan., 36. Retired from 
Navy 1 Oct., 46. 

7 Transferred to the Lakes from Halifax, May, 1813. Commanded "Queen 
Charlotte" at Put-in-Bay, where he was killed. Barclay refers to him as "The 
noble and intrepid Captain Finnis." 

8 Entered Navy as a Midshipman, 1800. Was at Copenhagen, 1801 ; capture 
of Buenos Ayres, 1806 ; and storming of Monte Video, 1807. Lieutenant, 1808. 
Transferred from Halifax to the Lakes, May, 1813. Was at Sackett s Harbour, 

1813. Appointed to the command and general superintendence of all armed 
vessels on Lake Champlain, 19 July, 13. Was at Plattsburgh (despatches) under 
Captain Everard, August, 1813. Cumberland, 1813 ; LaColle, March, 1814 (des 
patches) ; failed in an attempt to destroy the "Saratoga," then building, May, 

1814. Commanded the "Linnet" at the battle on Lake Champlain ; tried by a 
Court-Martial at Portsmouth, England, for the loss of his ship, and acquitted. 



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Post Captain 19 Sept., 15. Transferred to Lake Erie, July, 1816, where he served 
one year. Commodore 16 Sept., 45. Died in Jamaica 29 Nov., 47. 

9 Transferred from command of "Confiance" on Lake Champlain to "Mon 
treal" at Kingston, 30 August, 1814. 

10 Born 1785. Lieutenant 1800. Was First Lieutenant on "Conflance" under 
Captain Yeo, at his capture of Cayenne (despatches) ; presented with a gold 
sword by the Prince Regent of Portugal for his services ; also made Commander 
Tower and Sword. Commander 1809. Appointed to the North American Station, 
1810. Transferred to the Lakes and to command of "Princess Charlotte," March, 
1813. Commanded at French Creek. Post Captain 29 Dec., 13. Present at 
Oswego, where he was severely wounded. Invalided 30 July, 14. C.B. 4 June, 

1815. K.C.H., 1831. Knight 13 Sept., 31. A.D.C. to King William IV. Died 
at Dover, 2 March, 37. 

11 Entered Navy in 1794. Was present at Lord Howe s action, 1 June, 1794; 
surrender of Cape of Good Hope, 1795 ; and that of the Dutch Squadron at Sal- 
danha Bay, 1796. As a Lieutenant served in Egypt, 1801 (medal.) Flag Lieu 
tenant to Hon. H.-E. Stanhope- Promoted Commander 28 July, 1806, for his dis 
tinguished conduct in the capture of "Guerriere ;" also whilst on the "Albacore" 
in the engagement with "La Gloire." Commanded "Niagara" 19 Feb., 14, and 
"Prince Regent" 9 June, 14, to 10 July, 15. Retired 1 Oct., 46. 

12 Had commanded "Melville," and at Sackett s Harbour had the "Beresford." 
Present in actions of 28 Sept., 13 (despatches,) French Creek (despatches.) Cap 
tain commanding "Niagara" 21 May, 14. Present at Oswego (despatches.) 
Taken prisoner at Sandy Creek. 

13 Commanded "Prince Regent." 

14 Commanded "Earl of Moira." Invalided 24 May, 13. 

15 Born 1783. Entered Navy as a First Class Volunteer, Feb., 1796. Midship 
man 1 April, 97. Promoted Acting Lieutenant 13 Dec., 02, for his exertions in 
saving the "Centurion" (flagship) from foundering. Lieutenant 17 June, 03. 
Promoted Commander for gallantry, 25 July, 10. Transferred from Halifax to 
the Lakes. Commanded "Princess Charlotte," 18 Nov., 13. Present at Oswego, 
where he commanded the "Magnet." Post Captain 18 Nov., 14. Appointed to 
superintend the building of a frigate at Penetanguishene. Returned to England, 

1816. Served during Syrian campaign, including capture of St. Jean d Acre, 
(wounded.) C.B. 18 Dec., 40. Rear Admiral 1 Oct., 50. Vice- Admiral 18 July, 
57. K.C.B. 7 June, 65. Died 5 Aug., 72. 

16 Lieutenant 1802. Transferred from command of "Montreal," on Lake 
Ontario, to command of "Conflance," on Lake Champlain. Killed in action 11 
Sept., 1814. 

17 Born 1780. Entered Navy as a Midshipman, 1795. Lieutenant 1801. Was 
at Copenhagen and the Walcheren, in the latter being A.D.C.totheCommander- 
in-Chief. Commander 1 Aug., 11. Present at Oswego (wounded.) Commanded 
at Sandy Creek, 30 May, 13, where he and his party were taken prisoners. 
Post Captain 29 Sept., 14. Died at St. Asaph s, Wales, 25 Feb., 42. 

18 Came from H.M. brig "Wasp," then lying at Quebec. Commanded expedi 
tion of 1 Aug., 13, against Plattsburg and Saranac. 

19 Entered Navy as a Midshipman 1793. Lieutenant 29 Sept., 99. Was at 
Copenhagen 1801 ; bombardment of Havre de Grace 1804. Promoted Com 
mander 2 May, 10, for his distinguished services in Sunda Straits. Appointed 
to "Dover" 17 June, 12. Post Captain 7 Jan., 14. 

20 Born 1784. Appointed from Lieutenant "Wolfe" 25 May, 13, to acting 



230 THE ROYAL NAVY. 



Commander "Moira," vice England. Was at French Creek (despatches.) Com 
mander 14 Feb., 14. Present at Oswego, where he commanded the "Charwell." 
He was (then commanding "Star") the moving spirit in the capture of the "Ohio" 
and "Somers" on Lake Erie. See General Order in Appendix. 

21 Son of Admiral John J. Inglis. Born 1787. Entered Navy as a Second Class 
Volunteer 27 Aug., 05. Present at blockades of Flushing and Brest. Midship 
man 1812. Lieutenant on "Royal George," 25 March, 13. Present at Put-in-Bay 
on "Detroit" (despatches) ; took command of the ship after Barclay s being 
wounded. 

22 Born 1785. Entered Royal Navy 1798. Present at Alexandria 1801. 
Invalided from East Indies 1806. Present at Copenhagen 1807. Lieutenant 11 
Sept., 07. Transferred to new establishment on Lake Huron 9 Feb., 14, from 
Lieutenant "^Eolus," North American Coast, from which he was removed at the 
request of Lt. -Colonel William Mackay, as being unsuited. Commanded "Netley" 
from August to December, 1814. Invalided Jan., 15. Promoted Commander 19 
Sept., 15, for his services. 

23 Lieutenant on "Queen Charlotte" at Put-in-Bay (severely wounded) ; confined 
as a hostage in Frankfort Penitentiary. 

24 Lieutenant commanding "Lady Prevost" at Put-in-Bay (dangerously 
wounded.) Barclay, in his despatch, says he "Behaved most nobly and did 
everything that a brave and experienced officer could do." 

25 Acting Lieutenant "Prince Regent." Present at Oswego (wounded and 
mentioned in despatches.) Lieutenant 16 Aug., 14. Commander July, 43. 

26 Lieutenant 1801. Loaned from "Dover," then lying at Quebec, to command 
of "General Hunter." Present at Put-in-Bay (wounded,) in which action Barclay 
says he "Displayed the greatest intrepidity." Commander 19 Sept., 15. 

27 Commanded "Chub" in the action of 11 Sept., 14, on Lake Champlain 
(wounded.) Tried by Court Martial for her loss and severely reprimanded for 
not bringing his ship properly into action. 

28 Commanded gunboat "Beresford" on Lake Champlain, 11 Sept., 14 (des 
patches.) Lieutenant 17 March, 15. 

29 Succeeded Poyntz on Lake Huron. Burnt "Nancy" at Nottawassaga, to 
prevent her falling into the enemy s hands, 14 Aug., 14. Commanded at capture 
of "Tigress" and "Scorpion" ; promoted Commander, 13 July, 15, for his services 
on those occasions. See Provincial Marine, page 203, foot note 12. 

30 Was on the "Linnet" in action 11 Sept., 14, on Lake Champlain (despatches.) 
Commander Sept., 14. 

31 Commanded gunboat "Murray" in the action of 11 Sept., 14. Lieutenant 1 
Mar., 15. 

32 Invalided 19 Sept., 14. Had been on "Montreal." 

35 Lieutenant on "Detroit." Killed at Put-in-Bay. Barclay refers to him in 
his report to Yeo as "my gallant First Lieutenant." 

34 Lieutenant 12 Nov., 1809. While serving as such on "Fox" he cut out a 
French ship under the batteries of Sapara in the same year ; lost an eye at the 
destruction of the Dutch squadron at Sourabaya and Griesee whilst serving on 
"Culloden." Served on "Prince Regent." Commander 20 Aug., 28. 

35 Present at Put-in-Bay. 

36 This name also appears as Copleston Radcliffe. Present at French Creek, 
1 Nov., 13 (despatches,) serving on "Beresford" ; also in action of 28 Sept., 13, on 



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Lake Ontario (despatches.) In 1814 was commanding "Netley." Killed in the 
act of boarding at the capture of "Ohio" and "Somers."* Yeo says, "The service 
lost a very zealous and valuable officer." 

37 Lieut. Raynham came from H.M. Ship "Ceylon," then at Quebec. Served 
in flotilla under Captain Do wnie on Lake Champlain. Deserted. (Can. Archives, 
M. 389-6, page 257.) 

38 Acting Lieutenant "Montreal." 

39 Acting Lieutenant "Pysche." 

40 Acting Lieutenant "Linnet." Killed in action of llth Sept., 14. "A most 
valuable and brave officer." Pring s despatch to Yeo. 

41 Present at Sackett s Harbour. 

42 Entered Navy as Midshipman, 1801. Lieutenant 13 Feb., 08. Flag Lieu 
tenant to Admiral Southby. Taken prisoner by the French at Isle d Aix, escap 
ing after three years detention. Appointed to the Lakes, 1813, as Lieutenant 
on "Wolfe." Lieut, commanding "Sir Sidney Smith" in action of 28 Sept., 13 
(despatches.) Present at French Creek 1 Nov., 13 (despatches.) Appointed 
acting Commander Gunboat Establishment 28 March, 14, vice Mulcaster, pro 
moted. Invalided 3 March, 1815. 

43 Entered Navy as a First Class Volunteer, 1793. Lieutenant 1800. Was at 
Alexandria, 1801 (Turkish Gold Medal,) and Trafalgar. Served during Wal- 
cheren expedition, 1809. Took part in action off Forty Mile Creek ; also in those 
of 11 and 28 Sept., 13 ("despatches.) Appointed acting Commander of the gun 
boats on the St. Lawrence from Lieutenant "Wolfe," 21 Sept., 13. Commander 
29 Dec., 13. Commanded "Star" at Oswego (despatches.) Invalided 6 June, 
and returned to England, December, 14. Died 18 Aug., 1846. 

44 Left behind in England when Yeo sailed on the "Woolwich." 

45 Sent back to Halifax for misconduct. 

46 Born 1794. Entered Navy as a First Class Volunteer, 1805. Served in West 
Indies under Mulcaster on "Emulous." As acting Lieutenant on "Statira" 
assisted in capture of four privateers in Chesapeake Bay, 1813. Lieutenant on 
"Prince Regent." Transferred, at Mulcaster s request, to acting Lieut. "Princess 
Charlotte" June, 1814, serving on her under Mulcaster, Collier and O Conor 
until July, 1815. Lieutenant 18 Nov., 14. 

47 See Provincial Marine. 

48 Transferred from "Wolfe" to "Prince Regent," 1 Jan., 14. 

49 Present in action of 11 Sept., 14 (despatches) ; was Master on "Conflance." 

50 Entered as First Class Volunteer 1805. As Midshipman H.M.S. "Thistle" 
marched with Capt. Collier from Halifax to Kingston, winter of 1814. See foot 
note 90. Appointed Mate "Charwell." In August, 1814, assisted in transporting 
her gig from Queenston to Frenchman s Creek (20 miles,) and thence through 
the woods to Lake Erie (8 miles,) resulting in the capture of "Ohio" and "Somers" 
(despatches.) Taken prisoner about same time and detained until March, 1815. 
Lieutenant 20 Sept., 15. 

51 Entered Navy as Third Class Boy, 1805. Served in the "Dover" as Midship 
man under Capt. A. V. Drury, in which ship he came to Quebec, 1814. From 
that date until June, 1815, he served as Lieutenant on "Niagara" and in gunboat 
service on the Lakes. Lieut. 16 Jan., 15. 

*Drummond in his order calls the boats "Somers" and "Porcupine." 



232 THE ROYAL NAVY. 



62 Appointed acting Lieutenant "Royal George" 12 July, 13. Invalided 7 Mar., 14. 

63 Transferred from Master s Mate, "Wolfe," to "Prince Regent," 10 Dec., 13. 

64 On the "Hunter." Present at Put-in-Bay (wounded.) 

55 On the "Chippawa." Present at Put-in-Bay (wounded.) 

56 Served on Lake Champlain. 

57 Midshipman "Achilles" at defence of Cadiz, 1810 (wounded.) Was Mate of 
"Moira" at French Creek, 1 Nov., 13 (wounded.) Lieutenant 24 Aug., 14. 

ss on "Princess Charlotte." Invalided 5 Oct., 14. 

59 Appointed from Master s Mate "Beresford" to acting Lieutenant "Wolfe" 
25 May, 13. Took part in action of llth Sept., 14 (despatches.) 

60 Entered Navy as an A.B. 1805. Present in action off St. Domingo 12 Feb., 
06. Was at Put-in-Bay (wounded.) Master s Mate "Star." Thanked by Dobbs 
for his conduct in Capture of "Ohio" and "Somers" 14 Aug., 14. Lieutenant 28 
Sept., 15. 

61 Entered Navy 1805 as a Midshipman, and as such served on "Powerful," 
taking part in destruction of Dutch shipping in Batavia Roads, also in the Wal- 
cheren expedition, 1809. Was Mate of "Milford" at siege of Cadiz, 1811. Mate 
of "Wolfe" at Sackett s Harbour. Commanded a division of gunboats at Lacolle, 
and the "Linnet" at Plattsburg. Lieutenant 15 March, 15. 

62 Killed in action of 28 Sept., 13. 

63 Appointed from Midshipman "Royal George" to acting Lieutenant same 
ship, 26 May, 13. Commanded "Sir Sidney Smith" in the action off Forty-Mile 
Creek. Transferred from "Royal George" to "Wolfe" 21 Sept., 13. Present at 
Sandy Creek (despatches,) prisoner. 

64 Appointed from Midshipman "Wolfe" to acting Lieutenant "Melville" 15 
July, 13. Present at Sandy Creek (despatches) in command of gunboat "Lais," 
(prisoner.) 

65 Dismissed 14 Aug., 13. 

66 Killed in action 11 Sept., 13. 

67 Acting Lieutenant "Wolfe" 28 Mar., 14. Invalided 8 Mar., 15. 

68 Present on "Queen Charlotte" at Put-in-Bay (wounded.) 

69 Entered as First Class Volunteer, 1806. Midshipman 1809. Present on 
"Linnet" in action of 11 Sept., 14 (despatches.) Lieutenant 1816. 

70 Present on "Linnet" in action of 11 Sept., 14 (wounded and mentioned in 
despatches.) 

71 On "Magnet." 

72 For the services of Messrs. Harvie, Hawksworth, See Yeo s order 1st 
Jan., 14, in Appendix. 

73 Entered Navy as a First Class Volunteer, 1805. Served on "Wolfe" 1813. 
Taken prisoner at Sandy Creek 31 May, 14. Lieutenant 16 Aug., 14. 

74 A brother of Sir J. L. Yeo. Had been on "Star." Acting Lieutenant 
"Prince Regent," 28 March, 14. 

75 Present at Sackett s Harbour (wounded.) 

76 Served on Lake Champlain on "Confiance." Was in the action of 11 Sept., 
14 (wounded.) 



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77 Wounded at Fort Erie, 1814. Lieutenant 6 Feb., 21. Commander 11 Oct., 24. 

78 Surgeon 26 Dec., 07. Transferred from "Prince Kegent" to Surgeon King 
ston Dockyard 31 Dec., 14. 

79 Appointed acting Surgeon on establishment from "Moira," 26 Nov., 13. 

80 Midshipman on "Confiance." Killed in action of 11 Sept., 14. 

81 Died on the march, St. John, N.B., to Quebec, 5 Feb., 14. 

82 Entered Navy 1803. Lieutenant 14 April, 10. Commanded "Star." Com 
mander 1 July, 15. Commanded "Montreal" and "Charwell" during 1816 and 
1817. 

88 Midshipman 1803. Came from the "Ceylon," and served under C. C. Owen. 
Lieutenant 14 Dec., 14. Served on "Niagara" and "Prince Kegent" under Col 
lier and Davies. Commander 1820. 

84 Entered Navy as First Class Volunteer, 1803. Midshipman Nov., 1805. 
Was at Martinique, 1809, as acting Lieutenant "Pompee" ; the attack on Flushing 
and defence of Cadiz. Lieutenant 21 March, 13. Transferred to "Melville" from 
"Wolfe" 17 March, 13. Commanded "Charwell" and "Netley" 6 June, 14, to 1 
Dec., 15. 

85 Entered Navy, 1796. Served as a Midshipman on "Prince" at Trafalgar. 
Lieutenant 19 Sept., 06. Was Senior Lieutenant on gunboat service. Com 
mander 29 Jan., 41. 

86 Entered Navy 1803. Was Lieutenant "Charwell" early in 1814. Lieutenant 
27 Aug., 14. Returned to England September, 1815. 

87 Entered Navy as First Class Volunteer, 1806. Was Master Mate on "Prince 
Regent," "Pysche," under Capt. Fisher ; "Star," under Capt. M. H. Herbert ; 
acting Master of "Montreal" under Lieut. Otty ; acting Lieutenant on "Netley." 
Returned to England and was presented with a commission as a Lieutenant, 20 
March, 15. 

88 Midshipman under Capt. Collier on "Princess Charlotte." Acting Lieuten 
ant "Prince Regent," Sept., 14. Lieutenant 19 Dec., 14. Returned to England, 
1815. 

89 Entered Navy as a First Class Volunteer, 1805. Commanded a gunboat on 
Lake Ontario. Lieutenant 17 Dec., 14. Invalided March, 1815. Commander 4 
Oct., 25. 

90 Came from Halifax, N. S., marching from St. John, N. B., in winter 1814 
to Kingston. 

91 Master s Mate "Montreal." Killed at Sandy Creek 31 May, 14. See also 
footnote 90. 



APPENDICES 



GARRISONS. 

Quebec 

1 Town Major Ensign Ralph Ross Lewin, 10th R. V. 

Montreal 

2 Town Major Thomas Hughes. 

3 James Hughes. 

Chambly 

4 Commandant Capt. John Gardiner Herbert, 10th R. V. 

24 Feb., 12. 

5 Fort Adjutant Lieut. Henry Smith, 39th (acting.) 24 

Sept., 14. 
Lieut. - - Dickson. 

Isle-aux-Noix 

Fort Adjutant Lieut. Thos. Triphook, 13th. 2 Oct., 14. 
Lieut. - - Jones. 
Lieut. John Johnson, 13th. 25 Aug., 13. 

6 Lieut. John Evans, R. M. 2 Dec., 13. 
St. John s 

7 Fort Adjutant Lieut. Thos. Triphook, 13th. 25 Aug., 13. 

Lieut. J. Richardson, 13th. 7 Aug., 14. 

Fort Henry 

8 Fort Adjutant Lieut. J. Johnstone, Can. Fencibles. 

Coteau-au-Lac 

Fort Adjutant Sgt. Alexander Nichol,10th R.V. 14 Feb.,14. 

Fort Wellington- 
Fort Adjutant Ensign Charles Harrison, 41st. 

Lieut. Richard Frost, Prov. Artillery 

Drivers. 
Prescott 

Fort Adjutant Ensign John MacKay, G.L.I. 10 May, 13. 

Kingston 

9 Town Adjutant Lieut. Patrick Corbett, 10th R.V. 19 

June, 13. 
Fort Adjutant Lieut. Percy Baillie, 1st. 2 June, 13. 



APPENDICES. 235 



GARRISONS (Continued.) 

York 

10 Fort Adjutant Ensign Daniel Brooke,3rd York. 30Mar.,13. 

Ensign - - Fitzgerald. 

11 Lieut. Thomas Taylor, 41st (acting.) 

Fort George 

12 Fort Adjutant Lieut. J. P. Hill, 8th. 12 Oct., 14. 

Newark 

13 Fort Major Lieut. Donald Campbell, 90th. 

11 Lieut. Thos. Taylor, 41st. 1 Mar., 13. 

Fort Niagara 

14 Commandant Lt.-Col. C. Hamilton, 100th. 19 Dec., 13. 
Fort Major Jas. Bryant, Q.M. Sgt. G.L.I. 25 Jan., 14. 

Mackinac 

15 Commandant Capt. Charles Roberts, 10th R. V. 17 

July, 12. 
Fort Adjutant Lt. Joseph Lambeth, 10th R, V. 

16 Lt. Andrew Bulger, R.N.F. 25 May, 14. 

Mackinac and Dependencies 

17 Commandant Lt.-Col. Robert McDouall, Major G.L.I. 

St. Joseph s 

15 Commandant Capt. Charles Roberts, 10th R.V. 

18 Fort Adjutant Lt. James Keating, M.V.A. 25 June, 15. 

19 Lt. John Radenhurst, R.N.F. 14. 

Fort MacKay and the Mississippi 

16 Commandant Capt. Andrew Bulger, R.N.F. 2 Jan., 15. 



1 Ensign 16 Nov., 09. 

2 Held appointment prior to 1797. 

3 Died 11 Sept., 1825, aged 87. 

* Capt. Nova Scotia Fencibles 16 Sept., 1806. Capt. 10th R.V. 23 Aug., 10. 

5 Lt. C.C. Steel (Shiel) was erroneously put in orders for "Smith." 

6 Vacated appointment 2 Oct., 1814. 

7 Vacated appointment 6 Aug., 1814. 

8 Ensign Can. Fencibles 6 Aug., 1807. 

9 Quartermaster 91st 3 Feb., 1804. Lieut. 10th R.V. 19 Jan., 09. Town Major, 
Kingston, 31 Oct., 14. Died at Kingston, 30 Jan., 32, aged 62. 



236 APPENDICES. 

10 See 3rd York Militia, page 68. 

11 Vacated appointment 7 Jan., 15. Present at Fort George, Stoney Creek 
(wounded) ; Colonel 3rd Gore Keg t., April, 1823; 12th Gore, 1837 ; District Court 
Judge, Gore, 1824. Died at Hamilton, Ont., Dec., 1837. 

12 Vacated appointment 20 Nov., 1814. 

13 The Loyal and Patriotic Society made an allowance to his widow, Eliza 
beth. 

14 See page 28. 

16 Commanded expedition from St. Joseph s, resulting in surrender of Michi- 
limackinac, 17 July 12. The honor of commanding this expedition was his sole 
reward. 

16 See page 96. 

17 See pages 1, 4, 37 and 116. 

18 See pages 96 and 97. Also the General Order, 20 June, 15. 

19 Present at Chrystler s Farm (medal and clasp.) 



GENTLEMEN VOLUNTEERS. 

NAME. COKPS. DATE. APPOINTED TO. 

, . 10 (Ensign Can. Fenc., 

Antrobus, Edmund W m. . Can. Fenc . .4 Apr., 12. . j * ^ 12 

., rt I Ensign N. S. F., 
Lindsay, Alexander Can.lenc. .13 Apr., 12. j 25 June 12. 



Greig, Alexander 8th 7 May, 12. .|" j Sept, 12 . 

Armstrong, Henry 100th 29 July, 12. 



Francis, Henry 103rd 31 July, 12 . 

Shaw, Richard 49th 3 Sept., 12. 

Thompson, Augustine. . .49th 14 Sept., 12 



/Ensign 8th, 



6 Aug., 13. 



Ensign 8th, 



24 Feb., 14. 



Ensign 8th, 



5 Aug., 13. 



Jarvis, George L 49th 14 Sept., 12| I81gn 3 A ^ 

McKenzie, John. . . .Can. Fenc.. 9 Oct., 12 

(Ensign R.N.F., 
Gordon, Alexander 104th | Mar 13 

I Ensign Can. Fenc., 
2 Wilkinson, Alexander. . .41st j Apr., 13. 

McDonald, Donald 49th | ^V Aug., 13. 

McDonald, Donald Sth 19May,13 



APPENDICES. 



237 



GENTLEMEN VOLUNTEERS (Continued.) 

NAME. CORPS. DATE. APPOINTED TO. 



Brampton, Samuel 100th . ... 24 July,13 

Fraser, John 100th 24 July, 13 

Richardson, George 

Dobbs, William 

Miller, John Fitzwilliam 

Beach . . . 104th . . 



Ensign 49th, 

24 Feb., 14. 
Ensign G.L.L, 

25 Aug., 14. 
Ensign 8th, 

4 Aug., 13. 
Ensign 1st, 

22 Aug., 13. 
Ensign 1st, 

23 Aug., 13. 
Resigned 

~ 11 Mar., 14. 



Lawe, John 100th 25 July, 14 

Dame, William G. L. I 25 July, 14 

Macdonell, James N. S. Fenc . 24 Aug., 14 

Graeme, Lawrence 89th 15 Oct., 14 16 March, 15 

Frederick, Henry James . 1st. . . . 25 Aujr., 14 J Ensi n ls ^ 

I 1 Dec., 14. 

Savage, Rowland . . . 1st. . . . 25 Aug. 14 / Ensi g n ^ 

[ 2 Dec.. 14. 

Simpson, Joseph 49th 16 May, 14 . \ Ensi g" 

Boyce, 1st. . . 17 Oct., 14. . 



1 Had been a private in 1st Lincoln Militia. 

2 Medal clasp "Detroit." 



NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS UPPER CANADIAN 

MILITIA. 

SERGEANT-MAJORS. 

1 William Robinson, Volunteer Incorporated Militia. 

2 Neil McQuarrie. do 
ft 3 William Knott, Jr., 3rd York. 

ft Robert Moore, 3rd York. 

ft John Clendenning, 1st Lincoln. 

Thomas Feder, 2nd Norfolk. 
4 John Loucks, 1st Dundas. 



238 APPENDICES. 



SERGEANT-MAJORS ( Continued.) 

5 Frederick Keeler, Fraser s Dragoons. 
George Fields, Provincial Light Dragoons. 
Gordon Buchanan, 1st Essex. 

Abrarn Unsworth, 2nd Essex. 
William Everts, Adams Dragoons. 
Alexander McDougall, 1st Glengarry. 
J. C. Stocks, 1st York. 
Patrick Spencer, 1st Hastings. 
Daniel Ansley, 1st Hastings. 
Hugh Fletcher, 1st Hastings. 

MASTER-COLLARMAKER. 
Joseph Carroll, Provincial Artillery Drivers. 

QUARTERMASTER-SERGEANTS. 

Patrick Benson, Volunteer Incorporated Militia. 
Samuel Williams, 2nd Norfolk. 
Thomas Lewis, 2nd Essex. 
Alexander Pringle, 2nd Essex. 
Samuel Seaman, 2nd Leeds. 

6 William Huntingdon, 3rd York. 

7 Edward McBride, 3rd York. 
Francis Walsh, 3rd York. 

J. Campbell, Stormont. 

STAFF SERGEANTS. 

7 Edward McBride (3rd York,) York Garrison. 

8 William P. Patrick, 3rd York. 

Daniel Cassady, Provincial Artillery Drivers. 
Thomas Whetham, Provincial Artillery Drivers. 
John Couce, Provincial Artillery Drivers. 

PRESSMASTER. 
William Tindal Slater, Midland District. 

BILLET AND PRESSMASTER. 

9 William Barber. 



APPENDICES. 239 



NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS LOWER CANADA 

MILITIA. 

SERGEANT-MAJORS. 

1 Louis Cramer, Can. Voltigeurs. 
ft John R. Pearcy, Can. Voltigeurs. 
ft William Jubb, Can. Voltigeurs. 

Etienne Tremblay, Can. Voltigeurs. 
ft William Cunningham, Frontier Light Infantry. 

1 George Johnson, 1st S. E. M. 

1 Jean Barbeau, 2nd S. E. M. 
J. Wallace, 2nd S. E. M. 

1 Joachim Tellier, 3rd S. E. M. 

1 Andre" Terrier, 3rd S. E. M. 
ft George Roy, 3rd S. E. M. 

1 Henri Beaulieu, 4th S. E. M. 

1 Joseph Poutre Lavigne, 4th S. E. M. 
ft John Campbell, 4th S. E. M. 

1 Joseph Herman, 5th S. E. M. 
ft William Handlin, 5th S. E. M. 
ft Etienne Patenaude, 5th S. E. M. 
ft 2 - - Smith, 6th Embodied Militia. 

Thomas Douglass, Coleman s Cavalry. 
ft Samuel F. Gilston, 4th Townships. 

3 Christopher Holland, Dorchester Cavalry. 

4 John Tinta, Gaspe District. 29 April, 13. 
ft John Daly. 

ft William Boston, Montreal Volunteers. 
John Allen, St. Ours. 
Pierrre Belanger, Isle Jesus. 

Laurent Baron, Three Rivers Embodied (8th Batt.) 
William Hardie., 
Charles Lafrenaye. 
Ralph Brewer, 1st Battalion, Quebec. 
Joseph Namure, Terrebonne. 
John Cochery, Lotbiniere. 
* Olivier Durocher, St. Denis. 
Vildebar Marchesseau. 
Thomas Little, Boucherville. 
Joseph Marmette, 1st Quebec. 



240 APPENDICES. 



1 Appointed Ensign in same corps. 

2 Was Sergeant 103rd Foot. Appointed Adjutant in same Corps. 

3 Was Corporal 10th Royal Veterans. 

4 Was Sergeant 10th Royal Veterans. 

5 Promoted Ensign. 



QUARTERMASTER-SERGEANTS. 

1 James Prendergast (from 100th), Can. Voltigeurs. 

J. R. Pearcy, Can. Voltigeurs. See Sergeant-Majors. 
ft James Lang, Can. Voltigeurs. 

2 J. Ryan, 2nd S. E. M. 

ft Thomas Norris, 2nd S. E. M. 
ft John Craig Morris, 3rd S. E. M. 
2 Ignace Bernier, 4th S. E. M. 
2 Nicholas Bourgon, 4th S. E. M. 
2 Joseph Dumas, 4th S. E. M. 
ft Asa Burroughes, 4th S. E. M. 
ft Antoine Vien, 4th S. E. M. 
ft Christopher Edie, 6th Embodied. 
ft John Woods, Frontier Light Infantry. 
ft Orpheus Hibbard, Frontier Light Infantry. 
ft John Sullivan, Frontier Light Infantry. 
ft Guy S. Holton, 4th Townships. 

Etienne Beaupre, Yamaska. 

Theophile Schmid, Yamaska. 

John P. Bos wick, Three Rivers. 

Alexis Rivard, Three Rivers. 

Samuel Seixas, Three Rivers. 

Antoine Champoux, St. Denis. 

Jean Baptiste A. Paradis, St. Denis. 

Hubert Lapparre. 

Matthew Connell, Lotbiniere. 

Alexander Forbes, Vaudreuil. 

Louis Heaven, 1st Quebec. 

Joseph Legare, 2nd Quebec. 

Joseph Sasseville, 2nd Quebec. 

Joseph Stitson, 3rd Quebec. 

Francis Coulson, 3rd Quebec. 

Louis Lucas, Boucherville. 

Isadore Pilett, Pointe Claire. 

Joseph Parent, Beauport. 



APPENDICES. 241 



QUARTERMASTER-SERGEANTS (Continued.) 

Stephen Joseph Tanswell. 

Louis Volin, L Acadie. 

Edward Carter, St. Ours. 

P. Dandurand, Beauharnois. 

Godfrey Eisenhart, Provincial Dragoons. 

DRUM MAJORS. 

ft Robert Duncan, 1st S. E. M. 
ft Andrew Perkin, 3rd S. E. M. 
ft Joseph Vaillancourt, 4th S. E. M. 

FIFE MAJOR. 
ft Edward Connors, Frontier Light Infantry. 

BAND MAJOR. 
ft Jean Baptiste Valfrede, 1st S. E. M. 



1 Appointed Lieut. Can. Voltigeurs. See page 105. 

2 Appointed an Ensign in same Corps. 



VOLUNTEER. 
Nicholas Bultot, Beauharnois Sedentary Militia. 



Rations and Forage 



RATIONS. 

(G.O. 13 Aug., 13.) 
Field rations in future to be : 

Flour or biscuit 1 \ Ibs. 

Salt pork 10 J oz. or 

Fresh or Salt Beef 1 lb. 

. R um j gill, added by G.O. 6 Sept.,13., 

to be issued whilst actually encamped. 

(G. O. 12 Sept., 11.) 

Flour 1 lb. per diem. 

Fresh beef 1 lb. 

Pork 1 3/7 oz. Changed to 9 1/7 oz. 

after 15 Apr., 12. 

Pease 3/7 pint.} 

Rice 11/7 ozs. 

Butter 6/7 ozs. after 15 Apr., 12, in 

lieu of 1 3/7 ozs. pork. 
(G.O. 25 Nov., 12.) 

Families of the 1st to 5th Battalions, S. E. Militia, were allowed 
rations in the following proportions : Wives, \ ration per diem ; each 
child, J ration. Officers family only if drawing one ration. 

(G.O. 30 Mar., 13.) 

Troops in Quebec and Montreal Districts to have salt pork 5 
days and fresh beef 2 days ; the pork at the rate of 10 4/7 ozs. per 
man per day. 



BAT HORSE RATIONS. 

(G.O. 27 Apr., 13.) 
Oats 8 qts., equal to 8J Ibs. (bushel weight 34 Ibs.) 

t If pease not available, troops will be credited with 6 sh. currency per bushel 
or given 1 lb. flour per man per week. (G.O. 29 July, 13.) 



APPENDICES. 243 



RATIONS AND FORAGE (Continued.) 

Hay 1 bundle, equal to 16 Ibs. 

Straw 2 bundles, equal to 24 Ibs. per week for litter (1 bundle 
equals 12 Ibs.) 

DRAUGHT HORSE AND Ox RATIONS. 

(G.O. 13 June, 12.) 

Oats 8 qts., equal to 8| Ibs. (bushel weight 34 Ibs.,) or equal of 

Indian corn when at same price as oats. 

Hay 1J bundles, equal to 20 Ibs. (bundle equals 20 Ibs.) 
Straw for litter 2 bundles or 24 Ibs. per week (bundle equals 

12 Ibs.) 

For winter months R. A. Drivers Horses 1 troop horse 6 Ibs. 
per day. (G.O. 2 Nov., 13.) 

RATIO OF FORAGE FOR HORSES. 
(G.O. 29 Juue, 11.) 

Commander of the Forces 30 horses 

Major-General commanding a Division 12 " 

Adjutant-General \ . 

Quartermaster-General/ e 

D.A.G. and D.Q.M.G., each 5 " 

A.D.C. to the Commander, each , 4 " 

Major of Brigade 1 , 

A.A.G. and A. Q. M. G.j each 3 

Commissary General 6 " 

Deputy Commissary General 4 " 

Field Officer commanding a Corps, each 3 " 

Field Officer not commanding a Corps, each 2 " 



FORAGE ALLOWED MILITIA STAFF. 

(G.O. 20 May, 12.) 

Adjutant-General 1 

Quartermaster-General) each 2 horses 

D.A.G. and D.Q.M.G., each 1 

Provincial A.D.C., each 1 

(G.O. 8 Apr., 13.) 

Deputy Paymaster General 2 " 

in lieu of travelling expenses. 



Pay 



PROVINCIAL ARTILLERY COMPANY 

Sergeant 1 sh. 8d. per diem 

Corporal 1 sh. 6Jd. per diem 

Private 9Jd. per diem 

(Pay list 24 Mar. 24 Apr., 1813. Toronto Public Library.) 

DORCHESTER LIGHT DRAGOONS 

Captain 11 sh. 3d. Army Sterling 

Lieutenant 8 sh. 

Cash Sergeant. . 5 sh. 

Corporal 3 sh. 9d. 

Trumpeter 3 sh. 9d. 

Private 3 sh. 9d. 

Troop to provide and feed their own horses and to be clothed 
at their own expense ; equipment to be supplied by the Government. 

(G.O. 13 Aug., 13.) 



ACTING ASSISTANT ENGINEER 7 sh. 6d. per diem 

(G.O. Mar., 13.) 

PROVINCIAL COMMISSARIAT VOYAGEURS 

(In addition to daily pay for each voyage Lachine to 
Kingston and return.) 

Head and stern men 40 sh. 

Middle men (three per batteau). . . .30 sh. 
(G.O. 8 Apr., 13.) 

ROYAL SAPPERS AND MINERS (daily working pay) 

Sub-Lieutenant 5 sh. currency 

Sergeant 2 sh. 6d. currency 

Corporal 1 sh. 9d. currency 

Private 1 sh. 3d. currency 

(G.O. Aug., 13.) 



APPENDICES. 245 



PAY (Continued.) 

MILITARY POSTMASTER AT MONTREAL 

5 sh. per diem and subaltern s allowances 
for fuel and candles. 



OFFICERS COMMANDING GUNBOATS 7 sh. 6d. per diem 



STAFF ADJUTANTS OF MILITIA to receive same pay and allowances 
as Line Adjutants. (G.O. 26 June, 12.) 



The three Battalions of Quebec (Town) Militia to do duty by 
rotation for seven alternate days, receiving the same pay and rations 
as of the Line. (G.O. Sept., 12.) 

Sergeant-Majors of Militia will rank with Staff Sergeants of 
the Line. (G.O. Sept., 12.) 



Prices of Clothing, Necessaries, &c. 



(G.O. 7 June, 13.) 

Flannel Waistcoats 4 sh. 6d. 

Forage Caps 2 sh. 6d. 

Shoes, per pair 6 sh. 

Linen Shirts 5 sh. 

Flannel Shirts 5 sh. 

Half Stockings 9d. 

Trousers of cloth 9 sh. 

Waistcoats 4 sh. 

(G.O. 7 Sept., 13.) 

Knapsacks 12 sh. currency. 

Gloves, per dozen 9 sh. 

(G.O. 16 July, 14.) 

Gaiters, Sergeants 2 sh. 6d. 

Gaiters, Privates 2 sh. 3d. 

Stocks and clasps 1 sh. 9d. 

Trousers, Sergeants 11 sh. 

Trousers, Privates 10 sh. 

Caps, Sergeants 10 sh. 

Caps, Privates 7 sh. 2d. 

Forage Caps 2 sh. 9d. 

Gloves 9d. per pair 

Waistcoats, Sergeants 8 sh. lOd. 

Waistcoats, Privates 4 sh. 6d. 

Waistcoats, flannel 5 sh. 

Camp Colours 2 sh. 6d. each 

Canteens 3 sh. 4d. each 

Haversacks.. 1 sh. 8d. each 



Arms and Accoutrements 



1 musket; 1 bayonet; 1 cartouche box; 1 bayonet strap and 
scabbard ; 1 musket sling ; 1 breastplate. 

(From an old receipt, Baby Papers, Toronto Public Library.) 



Outfit issued to the Lower Canadian Select Embodied Militia : 
For each man : 1 pair military shoes, shoe and cloth brushes, knap 
sack with straps, neck stock, flannel shirt, stockings, great coat slings, 
pricker and brush, turnscrew, worm, knife and fork, spoon, razor. In 
addition, moccasins were issued to the 4th Battalion. 
(L.C. Legislative Journals.) 



Uniforms, &c. 



Horse Guards G. O., 1 July, 11. 

Staff All General Officers are to wear one aiguilette on the 
right shoulder instead of epaulettes. Plain hats with the usual cord 
and tassels, with ostrich feathers round the brim. No other officer 
or soldier is to wear white feathers round the brim of the hat. 

G. O. of Cavalry are to wear the cavalry feather with the star 
loop. Regimental cavalry officers are to wear the star loop with the 
dressed regimentals. 

A. D. C. to G. 0., Cavalry and Majors of Brigade attached 
to Brigades of Cavalry are to wear aiguilettes on the right shoulder. 

A. D. C. to G. O., Infantry and Majors of Brigade attached to 
Infantry Brigades are to wear epaulettes as heretofore. 

G. O. 8 June and 11 June, 11, cancelled. 



G. O., Quebec, 29 Nov., 11. 

Infantry Officers, with the exception of mounted officers, are to 
wear leggings of black cloth when on duty, and at all inspections and 
reviews. 

Officers to wear their hats straight when on duties of parade. 

Mounted Infantry Officers to wear shoulder belt and regulation 
sword with steel or copper scabbard. 

A uniform pattern of officers great-coat to be adopted in every 
corps ; the great-coat to be double-breasted ; the regimental button is 
to be affixed to the great coat. 

Staff officers wearing single-breasted uniforms will observe the 
same form in their great-coats. 

The distinguishing epaulettes to be worn with great-coat ; 
sword, belt and sash, are always to be worn outside. 

Officers will on all occasions conform to the dress ordered to be 
worn by the troops ; a perfect uniformity to be observed in each corps 
with respect to fur caps and every article of dress. 

All mounted officers are to provide themselves with the pre 
scribed swords and belts. 



APPENDICES. 249 



UNIFORMS (Continued.) 

Horse Guards, G. O., 18 Mar., 12. 

A new infantry cap with a cap-case of prepared linen to be 
worn in wet weather approved of. 

Horse Guards G. O., 1 July, 12. 

Trumpeters and Buglers clothing shall in future be of the same 
colour as that worn by privates. 

Troops in garrison at Quebec will discontinue to wear fur caps. 
G. O. 20 Apr., 13. 

Snow shoes and creepers are to be returned into store. Mocca 
sins, 2 pairs of socks and fur mitts were also issued. 

Great-Coats. Every infantry soldier shall be furnished at the 
public expense, in the first instance, with a great-coat. Those for ser 
geants are to be furnished without cuffs and collars ; these, which are 
to correspond with regimental facings, shall be added at regimental 
H.Q., expense not exceed 1/7. Chevrons on right sleeves may be 
added at regiments to the sergeants and corporals. Great-coats for 
troops in Canadas and Nova Scotia and in active service in the field 
may be renewed, if necessary, at end of every two years. Regula 
tions 15 July, 12. 

The Royal Artillery when detached from Quebec are to do duty 
with swords only. G. O. 2 Apr., 12. 



Badge. "Apres avoir place* sur nos tetes des feuilles de bois 
" blanc (tilleul,) afin de nous faire reconnaitre dans la melee par nos 
" allies, nous nous engageames." 

(Journal of Thomas Vercheres de Boucherville, "Canadian Antiquarian and 
Numismatic Journal," 3rd Series, Vol. III., page 84.) 



UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA Green jackets ; red cuffs and collar ; 
white lace ; blue gunmouth trousers ; felt regulation cap. 
(Canadian Archives, O.C. 17, page 84, 2 Jan., 13.) 



250 A PPENDICES. 



UNIFORMS (Continued.) 

INCORPORATED MILITIA Red jackets ; dark green facings ; grey 
trousers ; gaiters ; waistcoats with sleeves ; forage caps. 
(Canadian Archives, O.C. 18, p. 71, 7 July, 13.) 

UPPER CANADIAN MILITIA Green jackets ; yellow facings. 
(Canadian Archives, O.C. 20, p. 24, 21 May, 14.) 

M.G.O. KINGSTON, 1st June, 1814. 

3. His Honour the President is pleased to signify his desire that 
all officers on duty shall appear in a scarlet jacket with dark blue fac 
ings, yellow buttons, gold lace round the collar and cuffs only, and 
plain gold epaulettes (according to their rank,) grey pantaloons or 
trousers, &c. ; cap according to H. M. s regulations for regiments of 
the line ; but where such cannot be provided round hats will be per 
mitted, with a regulation feather, cockade, &c., on the left side. The 
jacket to be made according to the King s Order for corps of the line. 
4. The uniform of General Staff Officers and of Departments is 
to be similar to that of the General Staff and Departments of H. M. s 
Regular Forces. 

LOWER CANADIAN EMBODIED MILITIA. 

1st Battalion Jackets blue facings 

2nd green facings 

3rd , light buff facings 

4th black facings 

(Canadian Archives, O. C. 17, p. 27, 21 Nov., 12.) 

All Battalions to have scarlet jackets.* 
(Canadian Archives, O. C. 17, p. 75, 22 Dec., 12.) 

1st Battalion Red coats blue facings 

2nd Red coats light green facings 

3rd Red coats yellow facings 

4th Red coats dark green facings 

5th Red coats black facings 

6th Red coats black facings 

All Battalions to wear blue trousers. 
(Canadian Archives, O. C. 18, p. 71, 7 July, 13.) 



* Scarlet not being available, green was used. (O.C. 17, p. 83, 1 Jan., 13.) 



APPENDICES. 251 



UNIFORMS (Continued.) 

1st Battalion Jackets dark blue facings 

2nd Jackets yellow facings 

3rd Jackets green facings 

4th Jackets green facings 

(Canadian Archives, O.C. 20, p. 10, 7 Mar., 14.) 

VOLTIQEURS Grey cloth jacket, black collar and cuffs ; grey trousers, 
black buttons ; Canadian short boots ; light bearskin cap, 
black tape braiding ; silver lace for Staff Sergeants. 
(Canadian Archives.) 

QUEBEC VOLUNTEERS (Infantry) Red, turned up with purple, white 

lace ; officers velvet facings, silver lace. 
(Artillery) Blue with facing of the corps and some appropriate 

difference in the buttons and breastplace. 
(Canadian Archives, C. 796, p. 158.) 

CALDWELL RANGERS (for service with the Indians) Dark green plain 
jacket ; grey pantaloons ; low bucket cap, quite plain. The 
proposed clothing resembles that provided for Upper Canada ; 
the scarlet collar and cuff, being perhaps too conspicuous, might 
be taken off, and green, brown or black substituted. 
(Canadian Archives, C. 797, p. 61.) 

COLEMAN S TROOP OF CAVALRY Blue jacket, red cuff and collar ; 
white button ; felt helmet with bearskin ; grey overalls wrap 
ped with leather, and Canadian beef half-boots to lace in front. 
(Canadian Archives, C. 703, p. 63.) 

ARTILLERY GUNNER DRIVERS, U. C. Helmet and plume ; blue great 
coats (Duke of York) ; artillery coats ; gunner driver jackets ; 
pantaloons grey, blue or olive, but all of one colour; trousers 
same as pantaloons ; shirts, strong linen, shirts flannel ; shoes 
and stockings. 
(Canadian Archives, C. 703, p. 75, and Q. 126, p. 60.) 

INDIAN DEPARTMENT Scarlet jacket with green collar and cuffs, 
plain brass buttons, green braid down the front, gold braid on 
collar ; vest, scarlet. (Capt. Louis Grignon s uniform is in the 
possession of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.) 

ARTIFICERS Grey great coat ; black gaiters ; breeches ; felt cap and 
plume. 

MILITIA ARTILLERY Coat ; waistcoat ; grey cloth trousers ; grey great 
coat ; grey gaiters ; felt cap and plume. 



Miscellaneous 



GENERAL BROCK TO LORD LIVERPOOL, 29th Aug., 1812. 

"In no instance have I witnessed greater cheerfulness and con 
stancy than were displayed by these troops (i. e., the Militia, who 
voluntarily offered to accompany him to Detroit,) under the fatigue 
of a long journey in boats and during extremely bad weather ; and it 
is but justice to this little band to add that their conduct throughout 
excited my admiration." 

(Canadian Archives, Q. 315, p. 121.) 



All able bodied seamen who are willing to enter into the service 
of His Majesty s Provincial Royal Navy on the lakes and rivers of 
Upper and Lower Canada are invited to rendezvous at the house of 
Mrs. Grant, at the sign of the Sugar-loaf, Montreal. Bounty, $20 for 
each able-bodied and $12 for each ordinary seaman ; pay $8 per month, 
payable at the end of every two months. 
(Montreal Herald, 26 Sept., 1812.) 

G.O. 

The Sedentary Militia of the Town of York will be reviewed by 
Sir R. Sheaffe on the 4th April (1813) immediately after church. 



G.O. 

Officers of Militia to rank as junior of their respective ranks 
when doing duty with the line. 

G.O. 12th April, 1813. 

The Corps of Embodied Militia are in future to conform to the 
Rules and Regulations prescribed for the guidance of regiments of the 
line in every respect where the same are not in variance with the 
Militia Code of Regulations. 

G.O. . MONTREAL, 4th June, 1813. 

The Major General commanding has received a report from Major 
Taylor of the 100th Regiment, giving an account of a gallant affair 
which took place yesterday between the gun- boats and detachments 



APPENDICES. 253 



MISCELLANEOUS (Continued.) 

from the garrison of Isle Aux Noix and the enemy s armed vessels 
"Growler" and "Eagle" from Lake Champlain, having each 11 guns 
with 4 officers and 45 men on board, and which ended in the capture 
of both vessels, after a well contested action of three hours and a half. 
Major Taylor speaks in high terms of the gallantry of all the officers 
and soldiers employed on this occasion, particularly of Lieutenant 
Lowe of the Marine Department, Ensigns Dawson, Gibbon and Hum 
phries, and Acting Quarter Master Pilkington,of the 100th Regiment, 
with their crews, and reports the material assistance which he received 
from Capt. Gordon, of the Royal Artillery, Lieut. Williams, of the 
100th Regiment, with the parties on shore, who contributed greatly 
to the capture of the enemy. 

The garrison had three men wounded ; the enemy one man killed 
and eight severely wounded. 

The Major-General commanding will have much satisfaction in 
reporting to His Excellency the Commander of the Forces this action, 
which does high credit to the arrangement of Major Taylor, and to 
the conduct and bravery of all concerned. 

G.O. October, 1813. 

Deserters to be marked on the left side, two inches below the 
armpit, with the letter "D" one-half inch long, and then transported. 

G.O. MONTREAL, 8th October, 1813. 

The tocsin and other signals of alarm to be sounded in every 
parish within fifty miles of Montreal. All Militia, without exception, 
are to assemble with arms, and those who are not possessed of arms 
with axes, spades, and pickaxes, and repair with the least possible 
delay to Montreal. The Militia inhabiting the south bank of the St. 
Lawrence to repair to Caughnawaga; those on the banks of the Rich 
elieu and Yamaska to repair to Lacadie and St. John s. The Militia 
of Montreal and the north bank of the St. Lawrence to Berthier are 
to repair to Montreal, where they will receive further orders. 



FROM LT.-COL. HENRY CULL, 3RD BATTALION TOWNSHIPS MILITIA, 
TO THE D. A. G. OF MILITIA FORCES. 

HATLEY, 8th October, 1813. 

In obedience to the orders of Maj. General Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe, 
dated the 7th August (not received till the 30th September,) I have 



254 APPENDICES. 



MISCELLANEOUS (Continued.} 

the honour to enclose an exercise return of the 3rd Battalion of the 
Eastern Townships Militia. There are no arms, accoutrements or 
ammunition in their possession except the Cavalry, vide return, for 
the very few rusty, neglected fowling pieces that some few men 
(addicted to hunting, have to snap three or four times probably at a 
partridge,) are not worthy to be reckoned. The means of repairing 
such are generally the nearest blacksmith, if the owner has not suffi 
cient ingenuity to tinker it himself. 
(Canadian Archives.) 

G.O. 

Capt n Mulcaster has represented to me that Mr. Harvie (mid 
shipman) volunteered and made a very gallant attempt to blow up 
the enemy s magazine in the centre of their camp, as also to blow up 
their gunboats in Salmon River. 

I feel particular pleasure in thus publicly making known my 
high approbation of this gallant young officer s conduct, and with a 
wish to reward his meritorious exertions I have promoted that officer 
to the rank of Lieutenant. Mr. Hawksworth and George Barnet 
(seaman,) who accompanied Mr. Harvie, have evinced a zeal highly 
creditable to themselves. 

I take this opportunity of assuring all the officers of this squad 
ron that their promotion will entirely depend on their own zeal, exer 
tions and good conduct, as in all my appointments I shall be solely 
guided by the officers who (in my opinion) have the most merit. 

Given under my hand on board H. M. Ship "Wolfe," at Kingston, 
this 1st day of January, 1814. 

J. L. YEO. 
(Canadian Archives, M. 389-6, page 81.) 

G.O. 4th February, 1814. 

Staff Adjutants. The duties of Staff Adjutants of Militia partake 
in their nature of those of the Major of Brigade. He is the officer of 
the division of militia to which he is attached, and not the personal 
staff of the Inspecting Field Officer under whose immediate orders he is 
placed, and in case of his absence or indisposition the Staff Adjutant 
is to aid the senior officer in command in conducting the detail or 
discipline of the brigade or division of militia. 



APPENDICES. 255 



MISCELLANEOUS (Continued.) 

G.O. 13th April, 1814 

In consequence of the representation made to the Commander of 
the Forces of the distinguished conduct of Sergeant Hudson of the 
Frontier Light Infantry, His Excellency is pleased to appoint Ser 
geant Hudson to be an Ensign, vice Steele, promoted, the above 
appointment to take place from 20th March, 1814. 



G.O. QUEBEC, 20th June, 1815. 

In consideration of the gallantry of Lieutenant Keating, of the 
Mississippi Volunteer Artillery, particularly at the capture of Fort 
McKay, at the Prairie-des-Chiens on the Mississippi River last cam 
paign, His Excellency Lieut. -General Sir Gordon Drummond has been 
pleased to appoint him Fort Adjutant at the post of St. Joseph from 
the 25th instant inclusive, vice Lieut. Radenhurst, King s Regiment, 
who will proceed to join his regiment. 



HEADQUARTERS CAMP, Before Fort Erie, 

13th August, 1814. 
Morning D.G.O. 

Lieutenant-General Drummond congratulates the Army on the 
brilliant achievements executed last night by Capt. Dobbs of the 
Royal Navy and a party of seamen and marines, who, in the most 
gallant style, boarded, and after a short struggle carried two of the 
enemy s armed schooners anchored close to Fort Erie. Accident alone 
prevented the capture of the third schooner. Those captured are the 
"Somers" and "Porcupine." The former mounts two long 12-pounders, 
and the latter one 12. They were commanded by Lieutenants, and 
had on board 35 men each. 

The Lieutenant-General laments to find that Lieut. Radcliffe, 
Commander of His Majesty s schooner "Netley," has fallen on this 
occasion. He was killed in the act of boarding. He will be buried 
at 12 o clock, with such marks of respect as circumstances will permit. 
Besides Mr. Radcliffe, our loss has been only one seaman killed and 
four wounded. 

The enemy s loss is one seaman killed, four wounded. 

The whole enterprise reflects the highest credit on the ability 
and spirit of Captain Dobbs, and the gallant party under his com 
mand. The Lieut. -General felt convinced that it would not fail, from 
the spirited manner in which it was undertaken. He takes this 



256 APPENDICES. 



MISCELLANEOUS (Continued.) 

occasion of informing the troops that he has a similar service for them 
to execute, and he invites corps and individuals desirous of volunteer 
ing their service on the occasion to intimate their wishes without 
delay, through their respective Brigadiers, to the Deputy Adjutant- 
General for the information of the Lieu tenant-General Commanding. 
This order to be read to the corps immediately. 
(Canadian Archives, M. 389-6, page 161.) 



Prize Money 

QUEBEC, 30th December, 1813. 

G.O. 

Distribution of Prize-money : Private, one share ; Drummer, 
one share ; Corporal, one and one-half share ; Sergeant, two shares ; 
Staff Sergeant, three shares ; Subaltern, eight shares ; Captain, sixteen 
shares ; Major, thirty shares ; Lt.-Colonel, forty shares ; Colonel, sixty 
shares ; General Officer, eighty shares ; and Commander of the Forces, 
one hundred shares. 

The Officer commanding a division of troops making a capture to 
receive double the number of shares allotted to his rank. Those only 
actually engaged or aiding and assisting in the capture (except the 
Commander-in-Chief) are considered to be entitled to share. 



Prize money awarded per private : 

Ogdensburg 2 10 currency 

"Growler" and "Eagle," 5 710 currency 

Mackinac 10 currency 

Niagara Frontier, June- July, 1813 6 3 currency 

Fort Niagara and other places, in Dec., 1813 2 currency 

Detroit.. . , 3 currency 

Salmon River, 14-15 Feb., 1814 13 currency 

Salmon River, Fort Malone and Four Corners, 

19-24 Feb., 1814 5 6 currency 

G. O. July, 1813. 

In allotting Prize-money for Detroit to Indians, a Chief will 
share as a Subaltern ; a warrior as a private. 



Militia Pensions, 1812-15 



UPPER CANADA. 

PERMANENT BOARD. 

(Created 24 May, 1816.) 

EASTERN DISTRICT Lt.-Cols. Horib le Neil McLean, MacMillan, 
Doiiald Macdonell, Horib le Thomas Fraser ; Capt. Archibald 
G. McLean, late Incorp. Militia. 

JOHNSTOWN DISTRICT Colonels William Fraser, Stone ; Lt.-Cols. L.P. 
Sherwood, Burritt ; Capt. John Macdonell, late Incorp. Militia. 

MIDLAND DISTRICT Colonels William Johnston, John Ferguson; 
Lt.-Cols. Allan McLean, Archibald Macdonell, the Senior Officer 
Lennox Militia ; Capt. Daniel Wash burn, late Incorp. Militia. 

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT Lt.-Col. Peters; Majors Jones, Rogers; Capts. 
Thomas Ward, John Burn. 

HOME DISTRICT Lt.-Col. Chewett; Majors Allan, Wilmot; Capts. 
Peter Robinson, Heward. 

GORE DISTRICT Colonel Beasley; Lt.-Col. Bradt; Majors Hatt, 
Simons. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT Lt.-Colonels Horib le Thomas Clark, Thomas 
Dickson, Warren, Nelles ; Major Robertson, Capt. John Clark, 
late Asst. Adjt.-Gen. 

LONDON DISTRICT Colonel Talbot ; Lt.-Cols. Nichol, Ryerson, Bost- 
wick, Burwell ; Major Salmon ; Capt. Rapelje, late Incorp. Militia. 

WESTERN DISTRICT Lt.-Col. J. B. Baby; Major Reynolds; Capts. 
Elliott, William McCormick, John McGregor. 



APPENDICES. 259 



MILITIA PENSIONS (Continued.) 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 
(Appointments dated York, 23 May, 1816.) 

WESTERN DISTRICT Surgeon Richardson, Amherstburg. 
LONDON DISTRICT Surgeon Graham, Long Point. 
NIAGARA DISTRICT Surgeon Kerr, Niagara. 

Surgeon Sumner, near 20-Mile Creek. 
HOME DISTRICT Surgeons Powell and Lee, York. 

GENERAL AGENT for paying Militia Pensions Edward McMahon, 
York. 



LOWER CANADA. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

Lt.-Colonel F. Vassal de Monviel. 
Lt.-Colonel Charles Chaussegros de Lery. 
Lt.-Colonel Jacques Voyer. 

PAYMASTER. 

The Adjutant-General. 



Colours 



Office of the Adjutant-General of Militia, 

QUEBEC, 20th July, 1820. 
Militia General Order. 

The Governor-in-Chief 1 feels great satisfaction in having it in 
his power to deliver to the officers commanding the Incorporated 
Militia during the late war those Colours which His Majesty had 
been most graciously pleased to order to be presented to their Battal- 
lions, as an expression of His Royal Approbation of their services 
when called upon in defence of their country. 

His Excellency is not ignorant of the particular circumstance 
which led to this particular honor being promised to these battalions, 
and, as considerable delay has unavoidably happened, he thinks it a 
favorable opportunity of declaring to the Militia of Lower Canada, by 
General Order, his perfect confidence in their spirit and zeal when 
called upon. 

He will direct his attention in a particular manner to encourage 
and uphold the spirit of patriotism, which he esteems the best and 
surest defence of the country. 

These Colours having been received too late to be delivered to 
the different battalions before they were disembodied at the Peace, it 
is His Excellency s pleasure that they should be placed in the charge 
of the undermentioned officers* until required. The Colours are 
lodged with the Adjutant-General of Militia, from whom the respec 
tive officers will receive them on application. 

The officers commanding battalions or divisions will communi 
cate this General Order to the officers and militiamen under their 
orders. 

By order of His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief. 

F. VASSAL DE MONVIEL, 

Adj.-Gen. M. F. 

*lst Battalion Lt. -Colonel T. P. J. Taschereau. 
2nd Battalion Major P. B. Boucher de Labruere. 
3rd Battalion Lt-Colonel Louis Gugy. 
4th Battalion Lt. -Colonel Jacques Voyer. 
5th Battalion Major J. B. P. D Estimauville, 

*Earl Dalhousie. 



ADDENDA 



Page 1- ASSISTANT MILITARY SECRETARY. 

Ensign John McLauchlan, 10th R.V. 20 July 31 Dec., 14. 
DEPUTY ASSISTANT MILITARY SECRETARY. 

Ensign Duncan Campbell Napier, Royal Newfoundland Reg t. 



Page 6- DEPUTY ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER 

GENERALS. 



Captain Peter Latouche Chambers, 41st. 
Captain Edward Sabine, R.A. 



1 Ensign 41st 1803. Lieutenant 1806. Captain 1808. Bvt.-Major 25 Feb 15 
Present at Detroit, gold medal (despatches.) 

2 Lieutenant 1804. Lt.-Colonel 1841. Colonel 1851. Maj.-General 1856 Lt - 
General 1865. General 1870. Retired 1877. Died at Richmond England 26 
June 83, aged 94 Served in Canada, May, 13-Sept., 16. Was at siege o? Fort 
Ene(de8patcheB.) D.C.L., (Oxon,) LL.D., (Cantab.) Was astronomer to fi?st 
?fd f on ^ * ?^ passage ^der Ross, 1818, also in the second under Parry 
1819-20. President Royal Society, 1861-71. K.C.B. 1869. 

Page 17- MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Staff Surgeons Donald McLeod. 
William Randall. 



Page 20 PRIZE BOARD. 

Major-General George Glasgow, R. A. (President.) 

The Adjutant-General of the Forces. 

The Commissary-General. 

The Deputy Commissary-General of Accounts. 

The Deputy Paymaster-General. 

The Deputy Judge Advocate. 

The Military Secretary. 



262 ADDENDA. 



ARMY PRIZE AGENTS. 

2 For Niagara Frontier Capt. G.A. Eliot, D.A.Q.M.G. Dec., 13. 

Capt. C. L. L. Foster, A.D.C. Dec., 13. 

3 For Mackinac and Detroit Capt. Noah Freer, Mil. Secr y. 

19 July, 13. 

AGENT FOR PRISONERS OF WAR. 

4 Captain Francis Kempt, R. N. (acting), Quebec. 
Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Barclay. 



6 ARMY BILL OFFICE. 

Director 8 James Green, Esq. 
Cashiers 7 Louis Montizambert, Esq. 

5 Claude Denechaud. Esq. 

5 George Waters Allsopp, Esq. 

5 Keable Serjeant, Esq. 



1 From Canadian Archives, M. 195. fG.O. 12 Apr., 13.) 

1 From Canadian Archives, C. 681, p. 304. 

* From Canadian Archives, C. 695, p. 29. 

4 Quebec Mercury, 1814. 

6 Appointed as Extra Cashiers, 17 Mar., 1814. 

6 Was in existence from 1 Aug., 12, to 24 Dec., 1820. 

7 Had been Adjutant of Col. Louis de Salaberry s Militia. His son, Geo. Sheaffe, 
was Major 10th Foot, 16 Feb., 47. 

8 Had been acting Deputy Commissary-General, 1811. Also Assistant Pay 
master of Contingencies, Montreal, 1807. 



Page 28- INSPECTING FIELD OFFICERS. 

Lt.-Colonel William Robinson (Capt. 8th,) 28 Nov., 12. 
Lt.-Colonel Patrick Murray, 5th S.E.M. 

Page 31 ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

Capt. Joseph Frobisher (Ensign Glen. L.I.,) Eastern and Johns 
town Districts, 21 May, 13. 



ADDENDA. 263 



Page 35 DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

Lt.-Colonel C. A. Hagerman (acting,) 25-27 Oct., 14. 
Capt. Edward Walker (acting,) Incorporated Militia. 



Page 41- IST GLENGARRY. 

Adjutant John McKenzie, 25 June, 14. 



Page 44 IST STORMONT. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Lieutenant George Anderson. 
Ensign Stephen Campbell. 

Page 45- IST PRESCOTT. 

Captain William Hamilton. 



Page 45- IST DUNDAS. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Ensign Christopher Haynes. 



Page 48 IST GRENVILLE. 

RIFLE COMPANY. 

Captain William Fraser, 12 July, 12. 
Lieutenant James Hall, 12 July, 12. 
Ensign Daniel Jones, 12 July, 12. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 
Captain Abraham Bolton. 
Lieutenant Stephen Collins. 



Page 49- 2ND GRENVILLE. 

Major Gideon Adams. 



264 ADDENDA. 



2ND GRENVILLE (Continued.) 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 



Captain Joel Adams. 
Captain Peter Grant. 
Lieutenant M. Burritt. 



Page 51- 2ND LEEDS. 

Adjutant Hiram Spafford ; removed 12 Apr., 14. 
Ensign Prince Sherman, 14 Apr., 14. 



Page 55 IST ADDINGTON. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Ensign Abraham Amey. 



Page 59 IST HASTINGS. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captain Peter Chisholm. 
Ensign Richard Ellerbeck. 



Page 76 2ND LINCOLN. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captain Robert Grant. 

- Phelps ; resigned 1812. 

- Stull ; resigned 1812. 
Lieutenant - Brown; resigned 1812. 

Patrick Reiley. 
Ensign Robert Brooks. 



p ag e 80 4ra LINCOLN. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 

Captains Robert Comfort. 

William Carpenter. 
Ensign James Campbell. 



ADDENDA. 



265 



Page 82 5 TH LINCOLN. 



BATTALION COMPANIES. 
Captains John Aikman. 
Peter Bowman. 
William Lottridge. 
John Smith. 
George Carpenter. 
Israel Dandy. 
Charles Depew. 
James Dedrick. 
Daniel Young. 
Lieutenants Joseph House. 
Lewis Horning. 
Ephraim Land. 
Abel Land, Sr. 
Jacob Rymal. 
Thomas Racey. 
Michael Shavers. 
Ensigns Peter Hess. 
David Kerr. 
David Kribbs. 
Abel Land, Jr. 
Philip Rymal. 
George Smith. 
Jacob Springstead. 
- - McDougall. 



87- 1ST OXFORD. 

BATTALION COMPANIES. 
Captain John Seacord. 11 July, 12. 
Lieutenant James Harris. 14 " " 
Ensigns Henry Carroll. 13 " 

Francis Carroll. 14 " 

Isaac Benduck. 11 " 

Page 98 CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS. 

- John Lambert, Ensign 10th R.V. 
Honore Bailly. 

1 Was in charge from July, 1812. (Can. Archives, C. 789, p. 110. ) 



266 ADDENDA. 



p ag e 103 STAFF OFFICERS. 

Lt.-Colonel Pierre Guerout, 9 Jan., 12. 



Page 115 

PROVINCIAL COMMISSARIAT VOYAGEURS. 

Lieutenants Charles Archambault. 
Andre Baron. 
Joseph Finlay. 
Frederick Glackmeyer. 
Jean Baptiste Herigault. 
Casimir Jeremy. 
Hyacinthe St. Germain. 
William Stevenson. 
A. Clarke. 
William Cowie. 



Page 118- 1ST BATT. S. E. M. 

$- Captain Joachim Charland. 

Page 122 2ND BATTALION S. E. M. 

^ Captain Joseph Courtemanche. 

Page 124 3RD BATTALION S. E. M. 

<fe Lieutenant Pierre Lemaire dit St. Germain. 

Page 128 4TH BATTALION S. E. M. 

Ensign Francois Blondheim. 

Page 135 6ra BATTALION. 

^ Captain Maxime Olivier. 



ADDENDA. 267 



Page 219- INDIAN WAR CHIEFS. 

Sioux Wabasha (The Leaf.)* 

Chate-wacon-animi (Little Crow.)* 
POTTAWATOMIE Shaubena. * 

Billy CaldwelL* 
DELEWARES (Menomonees) Tomah. 

Wee-misate. 
WINNEBAGOES Lassammie. 

Tete-du-Chien. 



Page 236- GENTLEMAN VOLUNTEERS. 

Robert Bunbury, 88th 26 Sept., 14. 
*Were at Moraviantown. 



ERRATA 



Page 1 

For "Deputy Military Secretary" read "Deputy Assistant Military Secretary 

Page 3 

2nd line for "August" read "July." 

Page 4 

7th line from bottom for "G. T. Bourke" read "George Thew Burke." 
Page 5 Delete foot note 13 and substitute 

| Ensign 64th 7 Feb., 1800. Was at capture of St. Lucie and Surinam. 

^ Capt. 1st 12 Apr., 07. Present at Corunna ; was on Walcheren Expedition, 

1809. Served as Major in a Portugese Regt. in Peninsula, 1811. Present 

at Fort Erie (assault,) wounded. Resigned as D.A.A.G. to rejoin his regi- 

ment, 14 July, 14. Bvt. -Major 1815." 

Page 7 

Foot note 9, 3rd line -for "Cuidad Rodrigo, Salamanaca," read "Ciudad 
Rodrigo, Salamanca." 

Footnote 10, 2nd line -for "Cuidad Rodrigo" read "Ciudad Rodrigo." 
Page 7 Delete foot note 15 and substitute 

j] Lieut. - - 11 Feb., 08. Lieut. 24th 14 Apr., 08. Served in Peninsula, 

1809-10. A.D.C. to Col. Drummond, 1811. Present at Ciudad Rodrigo 
t (wounded) ; A.D.C. to Beckwith, commanding 1st Light Brigade. Was at 

Craney Island (despatches.) Promoted Capt. Glen. L.I., 11 Mar., 13. 
K Was at Lundy s Lane. Assault and sortie, Fort Erie, where he conducted 
^ the night attack (wounded and mentioned in despatches.) Thanked in 
j( G.O. for his services. Maj. Canadian Chasseurs 25 Feb., 15. Bvt. -Major 

11 May, 15. Sailed to join Wellington s Army in Belgium. Capt. Rifle 

Brigade, 16 May, 16. Went to h.p. 25 Nov., 18. A.D.C. in 1820 to Sir S. 

Beckwith in Ireland. Capt. 58th 27 Oct., 29. Lt.-Colonel 40th 19 Feb., 38. 
"K.H. 1837. Died 1839." 

"I am now reading this record of olden times. Little Powell, a superb sol- 
^ dier, who was then with me, lies dead in the burying ground hard by my 
it house. How strange. We last parted at Halifax, in North America, 1814, 

and in 1844 I stand here by his grave in a land then unknown." (Life and 
Opinions of General Sir Charles J. Napier, G. C. B.) 
Page 8 

Foot note 21, 1st line for "Died in Western District" read "Died at Am- 
herstburg." 

Page 10- 
Foot note 1, last line for "K.C.B." read "K.B." 

Page 12 

Footnote 28, 2nd line for "Cuidad Rodrigo" read "Ciudad Rodrigo." 

Page 13 

12th line -for "G. T. Bourke" read "George Thew Burke." 

Page 14 

Last line for "Leonard Marter" read "Leonard Marler." 



270 ERRATA. 



Page 15 

Footnote 13, 1st line -for "Cuidad Eodrigo" read "Ciudad Kodrigo." 

Page 23 

6th Kegt insert in last line, "It bears Niagara on its Colours." 

Page 24 

41st Regt., 5th line after "bearing" insert "Fort Detroit, Queenstown, 
Miami, and" 

Page 24 

82nd Regt. Insert in last line, "It has Niagara on its Colours." 

Page 29 

Insert omitted foot note 9. "Colonel George Taylor, C.B., h.p., I.F.O., 
"and A.D.C., died at Grenville, Ottawa River, in Sept., 1826, aged 55." 

Page 30 

Insert omitted foot note 20. "See Canadian Voyageurs, page 114." 

Page 31 

7th line for "14 Jan., 13," read "28 Jan., 14." 

Page 32- 
Foot note 5 Insert "Was at Chrystler s Farm. (Montreal Transcript, 17 
Feb., 46)." 

Page 34 

Hospital Mate, 1st line -for "Cyrus Summer" read "Cyrus Sumner." 

Page 37 Engagements Insert : 

"York, 27th April, 13." 
"Fort Erie, 12th August, 14." 

Page 39 Engagements Insert: 

"York, 27th April, 13." 

Page 40 Engagements for "Queenston, 13th Oct., 12," read 
"Lundy s Lane, 25th July, 14." 

Page 40 

Foot note 1, last line for "24 Mar., 28," read "11 Feb., 28." 

Page 42 

For "Quartermaster John McLellan (?McKenzie)" read "John McLennan, 25 
June, 14." 

Page 43- 
Foot note 1 Insert "Resigned 18 April, 14." 

Foot note 2 Identical with Capt. Donald Macdonell, (Greenfield) ; appointed 
Lt.-Colonel 18 Apr., 14. 

Page 44 

14th line from bottom /or "David Jaycox" read "David Jacobs." 

Page 49 

2nd Grenville Engagements for "Prescott, 4th Oct., 12," read 

"Prescott, 24th Oct., 12." 

Page 65 Engagements Insert: 

"St. Davids, 22nd July, 14." 

Page 70- 
Foot note 3 Insert "Present at Queenston." 

Page 71 

For "Captain Askin" read "Captain Charles Askin." 



ERRATA. 271 



Page 72 Engagements insert : 

Fort Erie, 27th May, 13." 
Stoney Creek, 5th June, 13." 
Black Rock, 1st Jan., 14." 
Chippawa, 5th July, 14." 
St. David s, 22nd July, 14." 
Delete Adjutant Thorner. 

Page 75- 
Foot note 33 The first applies to John Secord ; the second applies to Joseph 
Clement. 

Page 76 Engagements Insert : 

"Fort Erie, 2nd Dec., 12." 

"Chippawa, 15th October, 14," read "5th July, 14." 
Page 78- 
Foot note 21 After "Chippawa" insert "(wounded.) (Pension list, U. C. 
Gazette, 5 Apr., 28.)" 

Page 82 

Adjutant Newton s name was "David." 
Lieutenant Biggar s name was "William." 

Page 84 Engagements insert : 

"Fort Erie, 27th May, 13." 

Page 85 Engagements insert : 

"Stoney Creek (Lake Erie,) 12th Nov., 13." 

Page 87 Engagements Insert : 

"Fort Erie, 28th Nov., 12." 
Page 87 

Last line but one Ensign Brown s name was "Daniel." 

Page 93 Engagements Insert : 

"River Thames, 9th July, 14." 

Page 100- 
Foot note 2 for "Died during the autumn, 1812," read "Funeral took place 
"8 Feb., 13 ; 103rd Regiment supplying the firing party. (Can. Archives. M.195.)" 

Page 103 Staff Officers 

Lt. -Colonels Boucherville, Percival and Brenton received land grants. 

Page 105 

Lt. -Colonel Salaberry received a land grant. 

Page 106 

Lieut. E. L. Prendergast received a land grant. 

Last line for "Etienne St. Dizier" read "Etienne Nivard St. Dizier." 
Page 107 

Third line /or "Louis Provencher" read "Louis Charles Provencher." 
Page 108- 
Foot note 31, 1st line for "eldest son" read "second son." 

3rd line for "89th Foot" read "81st Foot, 12 April, 27." 
Page 112 

Cornet Lefebvre and Quartermaster Eisenhart received land grants. 
Page 113 

Lieut. Frost received a land grant. 
Page 115 

Lieut. Gaudet received a land grant. 



272 



ERRATA. 



Page 118 

Adjutant Reiffenstein and Captain B. A. Panet received land grants. 
Page 119 

Capt. P. J. G. de Tonnancour and Ensign T. Fortier received land grants. 
Page 122 

Capt. Louis J. de Beaujeu received a land grant. 
Page 124 

2nd line delete * opposite P. Globenski s name. 
Page 126 

16th line for "Ambroise Marchand" read "Amable." 
Page 128 

For "Surgeon Gaspard Couillard" read "Antoine Gaspard Couillard." 

For "Rene Kimber" read "Rene Joseph Kimber." 

Lieut. J. Blanchet received a land grant. 

Page 129 

Ensign R. Moorhead received a land grant. 

5th line from bottom for "Francos" read "Francois." 

Page 134 

6th name from bottom for "Provendier" read "Provencher." 

Page 135 

Lt.-Col. F. Tetu received a land grant. 

Page 164 

Major Guy s name was "Louis." 

Page 170 

For "Major Louis Levesque" read "Antoine Louis Levesque." 
Page 171 

Last name /or "Nonmandeau" read "Normandeau." 

Page 187 

24th line for "Pulin" read "Poulin." 

Page 203 

Delete all referring to Capt. O Connor. His name is placed under Royal Navy. 

Page 204 

1st line delete "Captains" and substitute "Commander." 

Page 204 

Middle of page delete "*John Williams." His name is placed under Royal 
Navy. 

Page 221 

Add to foot note 17 "Norton was known by the Indians as The Snipe. 
(Can. Archives, C. 257, p. 303.)" 

Pages 237 and 238 Add foot notes : 

Robinson was High Constable at York. Received a land grant. 

McQuarrie had been Sgt. -Major for two years. Discharged 14 March, 1815. 

Kiiott received medal with clasp Detroit. 

Loucks received medal with clasp Chrystler s Farm. 

5 Keeler. See foot note 3, page 50, where his name is given as Kular. 

6 Huntingdon was at York, 14 April, 1813. See 3rd York, p. 68. 

7 McBride had been Sergeant, Capt. Cameron s, 3rd York. 
Patrick s name appears in a Military Order, York, 16 Oct., 12. 

9 Barber ranked as a Quartermaster Sergeant." 



INDEX TO NAMES 



Ships and Vessels are Indexed Under "Ships. 1 
Indians Names Anglicized are in Italics. 



Aaron Hill. 220 

Abdy, Matthew 226 

Adam, Xavier 149 

Adams, Andrew 48(2) 

Adams, Frederick 48 

Adams, George 72 

Adams, Gideon 263 

Adams, Joel 264 

Adams, John 49 

Adams, Joshua 52 

Adams, Richard 198 

Addison, Robert 20, 35 

Adhemar, Jacques 106 

Adhernar, Patrick 131, 133, 334 

Ahern, Thomas B 118, 164 

Aikman, John 265 

Ainslie, Gilbert 135, 145 

Aird, William....: 126 

Alain, Michel 151 

Alexander, Hugh 79 

Alexandre, Joseph 160 

Allan, James 36, 89 

Allan, William 36, 67, 258 

Allard, F 179 

Allen, John 239 

Allen, John 53, 58 

Allison, Alexander 164 

Allsopp, G. W 151, 262 

Amey, Abraham 264 

Amey, Joseph 56 

Amyot, Augustin 142 

Amyot, Pierre 196 

Anderson, 27 

Anderson, Anthony 140, 145, 151 

Anderson, Charles 211 

Anderson, Charles 40 

Anderson, Charles 53, 55 

Anderson, George 263 

Anderson, Joseph 44 

Anderson, Thomas G 96, 210 

Anderson, William 138(2), 158 



Andrews, William 163, 164 

Anger, Augustus 79 

Annance, Francois 215 

Annance, Noel 215, 218 

Ansley, Daniel 238 

Anthony, Charles 226 

Antrobus, Edmund W....236 

Antrobus, John C 125 

Anwyll, Robert 13 

Anyonewaeghe 211 

Applegarth, John 37, 65(2) 

Applegarth, William 65 

Archambault, Amable....l83 
Archambault, Amable....l86(2) 
Archambault, Charles.. ..266 
Archambault, Charles....l91 
Archambault, Francois. .182 
Archambault, Francois. .189 
Archambault, Jacques.. ..137, 181 

Archambault, Jean B 172 

Archambault, Joseph 180 

Archambault, Louis 187 

Archambault, Nicholas. .172 

Arcvison, Gustavus 204 

Armour, Robert 165 

Armstrong, Henry 236 

Armstrong, R. S 21 

Armstrong, William 1, 13, 18(2) 

Arnold, Christopher 93 

Arnold, John 63 

Arnoldi, David 167 

Arthur, William S 227 

Asselin, Jean B 154 

Asselin, Pierre 175 

Askin, Alexander D 40, 91 

Askin, Charles 71, 270 

Askin, James 91, 95 

Askin, John 91, 210 

Askin, John, Jr 210 

Askin, John B 211 

Assiginack 219 



274 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



A. (Continued.) 



Atkinson, Thomas 65, 139 

Attagwaracyon 219 

AubertdeGaspe,Philippel02, 141 
AubertdeGasp, Pierre 1. 154, 155 
AubertdeGaspe, Thos....l26 
Audet dit Lapointe, G ...148 

Auge, AiitoineL 126, 139 

Auge, Baptiste 195 

Auge, Charles L 125, 157 

Auge, Jean B. L 159 

Auge, Joseph 195 

Auge, Pierre 151 

Auge, Pierre 179 



Baby, Francois 32 

Baby, Francois 102, 150 

Baby, Francois, Jr 151 

Baby, Jean B 36, 91, 

Baby, Jacques 36, 93 

Baby, Jacques R 119, 151 

Backhouse, John 84 

Backhouse, Thomas 84 

Badeaux, Joseph B 138, 157 

Badgely, Francis 165 

Bagwell, John 1 

Bailey, Enoch 199 

Bailey, Wm 96 

Baillarge, Francois 141 

Baillie, Percy 234 

Bailly, Honore 265 

Baker, George 205 

Baker, Joseph 87 

Baker, Joseph 199 

Baldwin, W. W 62 

Baldwin, Robert 62 * 

Ball, 80 

Ball, Ezra 199 

Ball, George A 73 

Ball, Henry C 77 

Ball, Jacob A 72, 82 

Ball, Jacob F 76 

Ball, John C 73, 75 

Ball, Peter M., Jr 40, 72 

Ballayn, W. D 20 

Balneavis, H 6 

Bangs, James 198 

Barbeau, Etienne 150 

Barbeau, Jean 123, 239 

Barbeau dit Boisdore, 

Louis 123 

Barber, Frederick C 205 

Barber, William 238, 272 

Barbier, L. M. R 105, 185 

Barclay, R. H 27, 225 

Barclay, Thomas 262 



Auldjo, Alexander 164(2), 165 

Auldjo, George 166 

Aumond, Francois 182 

Ault, George 49 

Ault, John 47 

Ault, Michael 46 

Austin, Jonathan 85 

Axford, Samuel 88 

Ayanete 219 

Ayetdit Maleau, J 196 

Aylwin, Thomas 146 

Aymard, Charles 211 



B. 

Barker, Oliver 110 

Barker, Philip A .....134 

Barnard, Thomas 9(2), 28 

258 Barnes, G. W 6 

Barnet, George 254 

Barnhart, Charles 57 

Barnum, Ezra 81, 82 

Baron, Andre 114, 266 

Baron, James 173 

Baron, Laurent 139, 239 

Baron, Thomas 169, 173 

Barron, Garret 197 

Barthe, Jean B 90, 92 

Barthe, Louis 211 

Bartlet, Francis 198 

Barwis, Thomas 205 

Bastedo, David 77 

Bastien, Jos. O 113 

Bates, george 52 

Bates, James 62 

Bates, William 65 

Batishon, Dedine 92 

Baxter, John 79 

Baynes, Charles 67 

Baynes, Edward 4 

Bazin, Antoine 125, 150 

Bazin, Pierre 119, 160 

Bazinet, Maurice 172 

Bazinet, Pierre 172 

Beach, 237 

Beam, 73 

Beasley, David 66 

Beasley, Henry 66 

Beasley, Richard 65, 258 

Beaubien, Benjamin 167 

Beaubien, Eustache D....196 

Beauchamp, Alexis 187 

Beauchemin, Andre 161 

Beaudouin, Jacques 149 

Beaudouin, Jean B 150 

Beaudouin, Joseph 155 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



275 



B. 

Beaudouin, Thomas 170 

Beaudry, Benjamin 188 

Beaudry, Francois 172 

Beaujeu, Joseph L. de 177 

Beaujeu, LouisJ.Chev.de. 180 

Beaujcu, Louis J. de 122, 272 

Beaujeu, Saveuse de 167 

Beaulieu, Henry 119, 129, 

Beaumont, Joseph 147 

Beaumont, Lazare 14-7 

Beaumont, A. C. de 147, 148 

Beaupre, Benjamin 181 

Beaupre, Etienne 240 

Beaupre, Louis 205 

Bechard, Theodore 192 

Beckwith, Sir T. S 5 

Bedard, 200 

Bedard, A 214 

Bedard, Ambroise 201 

Bedard, Ambroise 152 

Bedard, Antoine 152 

Bedard, Jean C 150 

Bedard, Joseph 167 

Bedard, Pierre Ill 

Bedell, Reuben 53, 

Beemer, Philip 85 

Beffre, Theophile 194 

Beikie, John 67 

Belanger, Francois 136 

Belanger, Jean 135, 141, 

Belanger, Joseph M 214 

Belanger, Joseph M 154 

Belanger, Pierre 239 

Belanger, Vincent 175 

Bell, Bella 198 

Bell, Chris. J ...226 

Bell, Duncan 57 

Bell, Matthew 140, 145 

Bell, Nathaniel 35 

Bell, William 59 

Bell, William 57 

Ballanger, J 178 

Bellanger, J. M 177 

Bellefeuille, Francois 176 

Bellefeuille, Joseph 158 

Bellerose, M. H 138, 161 

Bellony, Joseph 183 

Bender, Albert 168 

Bender, Francois X 131, 169 

Benedict, Joseph 52 

Benduck, Isaac 265 

Benoit, Antoine 194 

Benoit, Joseph 187 

Benson, Garrat 57 

Benson, ]acob 57 

Benson, Patrick 238 



239 



54, 57 



143 



(Continued.} 

Berard, Louis 185 

Berdan, Albert 85 

Berczy, William 100, 

Bernard, Alex 228 

Bernard, Bernard 189 

Bernard, Charles, Jr 148 

Bernier, Francois R 155 

Bernier, Ignace 119, 

Bernier, Pierre B 155 

Berthe, Joseph A.... .171 

Berthelot, Amable 138, 

Berthelot, Augustin 137, 

Berthelot, J 172 

Berthelot, J. A 176, 

Berthelot, Michel 135, 

Bertrand, Francois 151 

Bertrand, Ignace 167 

Besserer, 129 

Besserer, C 136 

Besserer, L. Theo Ill, 

Besse, J 194 

Best, Harmonius. IS 

Bethune, Norman 166 

Bibeau, Michel 169 

Biggar, Amos 204 

Biggar, William 82, 

Bignell, George 225 

Billy Caldwell 210, 

Binet, Joseph 171 

Bird, William 88 

Birnie, Joseph 82 

Biron, Gelin 175 

Biron, Joseph, Jr 215, 

Biron, Joseph, Sr 215, 

Biron, Louis 187, 

Biron, Louis 215 

Biron, Xavier 98 

Bisby, Joel 173 

Bishop, N 200 

Bisshopp, Cecil 28 

Bissonnet, Antoine, Sr...l74 
Bissonnet, Antoine, Jr.. ..175 

Bissonnet, Joachim 175 

Bisteaudeau, Joseph 187 

Black, Henry 136, 

Black Bird 219 

Blacklock, A 227, 

Black Sparrow Hawk.. ..219 

Blackwood, Thomas 164 

Blais, Joseph 155 

Blais, Louis ..155 

Blais, Michel 155 

Blais, Simon P 155 

Blakely, William 165 

Blakeney, William.... 53 

Blanchard, Archibald 61 



131, 133 



129, 240 



157 
167, 170 

183 
143 



135, 143 



271 

267 



218 
217 
193 



146 

228 



58, 59 



276 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



B. (Continued.) 



Blanchard, Jean B 182 

Blanche!, Francois 101 

Blanchet, Joseph 128, 272 

Blanckley, H.S 4 

BJeury, Sabrevois de 124 

Blin, Enos 187 

Blondeau, Germain 148 

Blondheim, Francois 266 

Blondheirn, William 133, 134 

Blondin, Francois 129 

Blouin, Jean 147 

Bluejacket, George 211 

Boag, David 15 

Bodwell, 199 

Bodwell, James 198 

Boilard, Louis 148 

Boileau, Rene 122 

Boissaud, Louis ISO 

Boisseau, Augustin J 180 

Boisseau, Gaspard 128 

Bolduc, P 152 

Bolton, Abraham 263 

Bondy, Laurent 90 

Bonenfant, Jean B 120 

Bonford, Antoine 90 

Bonin, Francois 183 

Bonne, Pierre A. de 152 

Bonner, John 79 

Bonneville, Francois 150 

Booth, Joshua 56 

Borgia, Joseph L 141 

Bosse, Jean B 155 

Bosse, Joseph 154 

Boston, Thomas. 113 

Boston, William 239 

Bostwick, Henry 87, 258 

Bostwick, John 63, 64, 84 

Boswick, John P 240 

Botsford, William 87 

Bouc, Seraphin 180 

Bouchard, Bazile 194 

Bouchard, Charles 148 

Bouchard, Nicholas 153 

Bouchard, Pierre 129, 134 

Bouche, Francois 211 

Boucher, Francois 159 

Boucher, Francois 125 

Boucher, F. X 153 

Boucher, Louis 128 

Boucher, Louis 152 

Boucher de Boucherville, 

Pierre 128 

Boucher de Boucherville, 

Pierre A 1, 103, 138, 271 

Boucher de Boucherville, 

Pierre R. A 191 



Boucher de Boucherville, 

RemS T. V 189, 249 

Boucher deLabruere, 194, 195, 260 

Boucher de Labruere, 

Pierre R 122, 189 

Boucher de Niverville, 

Joseph C 215, 218 

Bouchette, Joseph 103, 111, 146 

Boudreau, Joseph 1 119 

Boudreau, Louis 171 

Boudreau, Olivier 119 

Bouffard, Jean 149 

Boughner, Chris 77 

Boughner, Henry 79 

Boughner, Osias 79 

Bougis, Philippe 174 

Bougrette, Jean B 195 

Boulay, Alexis 155 

Boule, F. R 147 

Boulton, D Arcy 68 

Bourassa, Modeste 148 

Bourassa, Vital 140 

Bourbonnais, Louis 175 

Bourbonniere, Pascal 187 

Bourdages, C. J. T 195 

Bourdages, Louis 194 

Bourdages, Raymond.... 194 

Bourgeois, Joseph 179 

Bourgon, Nicholas 129, 240 

Bourret, Alexis 169(2) 

Bouthillier,Guillaume,Jr.lll, 142 

Bouthillier, Henry J 106 

Bouthillier, Jean 166, 168 

Bouthillier, Jean F 123 

Bouthillier, Louis T 167 

Bowen, E 103 

Bowen, Daniel 84 

Bowen, William D 36 

Bowman, Abraham 77 

Bowman, Charles 171 

Bowman, Peter 265 

Boyce, 237 

Boynton, Edmund 199 

Brackenridge, George 51 

Braddish, Andrew 51, 52 

Bradford, Charles 131, 134 

Bradford, Richard 173 

Bradt, Andrew 82, 258 

Brady, 65 

Bramley, George 185 

Brampton, Samuel 28, 237 

Brant, John 211 

Brass, John 54, 55 

Brcakenridge, James 50 

Bre"gard, Bonaventure...l71 

Bremner, 204, 226 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



277 



B. (Continued.) 



Brenton, E. B 1(2), 19, 103, 271 

Brereton, Godfrey 226 

Bresse, Joseph 189 

Bresse, Louis 154 

Brewer, Ralph 239 

Bricault, Francois 172 

Bricault, J. B 172 

Bricault, Nicholas 172 

Bridge, C 21 

Brien, Francis 196 

Brigham, B. B 87(2) 

Brisbane, Sir Thomas M. 9 

Brisben, James 190 

Brisebois, Antoine 211 

Brisebois, Michel, Jr 98, 210 

Brisee, Nicholas 52 

Brisee, Peter 52 

Brock, Sir Isaac 2, 8, 24, 269 

Brock, Samuel 61, 204 

Brodeur, Louis 195 

Brooke, Daniel 38, 68, 235 

Brooks, Robert 264 

Brouillard, Jean B 160 

Brouillard, Pierre 160 

Brouillet, Jean B 191 

Brousseau, Francois 190 

Brown, 264 

Brown, 87 

Brown, Adam 73 

Brown, Edward 197 

Brown, Daniel 52 

Brown, Daniel 87(2), 271 

Brown, James 137 

Brown, James 173 

Brown, Richard 40, 113 

Brown, William 87 

Brugiere, Felix 129, 168 

Brugi&re, Francois 129 

Brugiere, Jean B 181, 193 

Brugiere, Medard 181 

Brun, Joseph 191, 193 

Brunneau, Pierre, Sr 143 

Brunneau, Pierre, Jr 135, 143 

Brunet, Felix 120 

Brunet, Hyacinthe 171 

Brunet, Joseph... 179 



Brunet, Nicholas 119 

Brunet, Olivier 147 

Brunette, J 177 

Brush, John 90 

Bruyeres, R. H 15, 21 

Bryant, James 235 

Brydon, 226 

Bryson, Alexander 76 

Buchan, Edward 225 

Buchanan, Gordon 238 

Buchanan, John 107 

Buchanan, William 90 

Bulger, Andrew 96(2), 235(2) 

Bullock, Samuel 187 

Bultot.N 241 

Bunbury, R 267 

Burch, John 77 

Burke, Andrew C 118, 120 

Burke, G. T 4, 13, 269(2) 

Burn, John : 62, 258 

Burney, John 227 

Burnham, Asa 61 

Burnham, John 61 

Burnham, Z 35, 61 

Burns, Philip 139, 158 

Burns, William 145 

Burritt, Daniel 49 

Burritt, Henry 37, 49 

Burritt, M 264 

Burritt, Stephen 36, 49, 258 

Burroughes, Asa 240 

Burton, Arthur 44 

Burwell, Mahlon 88, 258 

Bushby, Thomas 165, 166, 191 

Bussiere, Louis 149 

Bussiere, Paul 161 

Bussiere, Pierre 149 

Buteau, Lazare 148 

Butler, Johnson 36, 80 

Butler, Joseph 73, 75 

Butler, Thomas 80 

Butler, Walter 73 

Button, John 63 

Byrne, Philip 122 

Byrne, Philip 197 

Byrne, Michael 142 



C. 



CacMy, J. T 6 

Cadieu, Francois 174 

Cadieu, Jean M 169 

Cadieux, Jean B 194 

Cadot, Francois X 212 

Cadot, Jean B 210 

Cadoret, Pierre 186 

Caldwell, 27 



Caldwell, Francis 90, 95 

Caldwell, James 164, 165 

Caldwell, John 145, 149 

Caldwell, Thomas 89, 95 

Caldwell, William, Sr 32, 95, 209 

Caldwell, William, Jr 89 

Caldwell, William 17 

Cameron, ^neas 114 



278 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



C. (Continued.} 



Cameron, Alexander 39 

Cameron, Alexander 44 

Cameron, Duncan 67, 209 

Cameron, John 122, 125(2) 

Cameron, John 10 

Cameron, John 212 

Cameron, John 41 

Cameron, Peter 43 

Cameron, William 173 

Campbell, Charles 13 

Campbell, Colin 211 

Campbell, Donald 235 

Campbell, Duncan 48 

Campbell, ; 
Campbell, 
Campbell, 
Campbell, 



H... 
ames. 



.204, 227 
.238 
. 41 
. 13 



Campbell, James 264 

Campbell, James E 114 

Campbell, John 38 

Campbell, John 205 

Campbell, John 239 

Campbell, Robert 77 

Campbell, Stephen 263 

Campbell, Thos. D 48 

Campbell, William 42 

Campeau, Louis 212 

Campion, Alexis 123 

Canby, Benjamin 71 

Cannon, John 146 

Cantin, Joseph 177 

Cardin, Alexis 185 

Cardin, Augustin 185 

Carley, Earth 50 

Carley, Duncan 50 

Carman, Michael 46 

Carmel, Joseph 128, 144, 149, 161 

Caron, Alexis 152 

Caron, Bonaventure 155 

Caron, Francois 159 

Caron, Joachim 161 

Caron, Louis C 155 

Caron, N. Vital 179 

Carpenter, George 265 

Carpenter, William 264 

Carr.John 62 

Carreau, Joseph 200 

Carrier, Louis 120 

Carriere, Etienne 148 

Carroll, Francis 265 

Carroll, Henry 265 

Carroll, John 87 

Carroll, Joseph 238 

Carscallen, Archibald 56 

Carscallen, George 57 

Carscallen, James 57 



57 
57 



131 

191 
193 



47 



Carscallen, John 54, 

Carscallen, Luke 54, 

Carter, Edward 241 

Carter, George 101 

Carter, J. M. N 131, 

Carder, Bazile 161 

Carder, Constant 163, 

Carder, Edouard 186, 

Carder, Eusebe 195 

Carder, Jacques A 130, 131, 134 

Cartier, Jacques, Sr 195 

Cartier, Jacques, Jr 196 

Cartier, Joseph 186 

Carder, Joseph 194 

Cartwright, Edward 28, 114(2), 

130, 270 

Cartwright, Richard 36, 53, 54(2) 

Carver, Charles 15 

Cary, Joseph 135, 145(2) 

Cary, Thomas ....147 

Casgrain, Pierre 153 

Cassady, Daniel 238 

Cassaus, Jean 192 

Cassaut, Jean 163 

Casseltnan, Z 46, 

Castongue, Jean M 154 

Cavers, Ebenezer 77 

Cazeau, J. B 147 

Cazeau, Louis 152 

Cazeau, Louis 155 

Center, Judah 173 

C&r6, Toussaint 171 

Chaboille, Charles 178 

Chalifour, Joseph 182 

Chalon, Timothee 125 

Chamberlain, J. B 53, 

Chambers, Peter L 261 

Champoux, A 240 

Chandonnet, Charles 210 

Chapdelaine, Charles 185 

Chapdelaine, Francois L. 1 85 

Chapdelaine, Jean 185 

Chapdelaine, Joseph 187 

Chapdelaine, Pierre 185, 

Chapdelaine dit Lari- 

viere, L 185 

Chapman, Henry 137 

Chapman, Nathaniel 204 

Chaput, Joseph 182 

Chaput, Louis 181 

Chaput, Michel 182 

Chaput, Pierre 182 

Charbonneau, Domin 
ique 179 

Charbonneau, J. B 179 

Charbonneau, Jean B....190 



54, 57 



186 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



279 



C. (Continued.) 



Charbonueau, Louis 178 

Chard, Barcelona 60 

Charets, Antoine 177 

Charets, Antoine 177 

Charland, Joachim 266 

Charland, Louis 169(2) 

Charland, Pierre 169 

Charlebois, Arsene .171 

Charles, Jean B. R 152 

Charleton (103rd) 116 

Charlton, J 163 

Charon, Jean B 196 

Charon, J. Louis 177 

Chartrand, Pierre 177 

Chase, Walter 173 

Chate-wacon-animi 267 

Chaussegros de 

Lery, C 100, 101, 141, 259 

Chaussegros deLeryJ.R. 189 
Chaussegros de Lery, 

Louis R 189 

Chauveaux, Pierre 136, 144 

Chauvette, J. Baptiste ..178 

Chenier, Antoine 215, 217 

Chesley, Charles 215 

Chesley, Solomon Y 215, 218 

Chesser, John 137, 176 

Chettle, Thomas 27, 28 

Cheval, Michel 176 

Cheval, Pierre, Jr 194 

Chevalier, Amable 215 

Chevalier, Baptiste 176 

Chevalier, F. X 144 

Chevalier, Jean B 176 

Chevalier, Louis 211 

Chevrehls, Pierre, Jr 161 

Chevrier, Joseph 174 

Chevaudier, Jean B 172 

Chew, Wm. W 210 

Chewett, James 68 

Chewett, William 67, 258 

Child, James 227 

Chinic, 215, 217 

Chinic, Joseph M.,Jr 136, 144 

Chisholm, Alexander 59 

Chisholm, Archibald 60 

Chisholm, George 65 

Chisholm, John 65 

Chisholm, Lewis 42 

Chisholm, Peter 264 

Chisholm, Roderick 187, 193 

Chisholm, William 37, 65 

Chisholm, William 81 

Christie, Robert Ill, 129 

Church, Oliver 53, 54, 57 

Clark, Alexander 57 



Clark, Duncan 37, 46 

Clark, James 197 

Clark, John 31, 72, 73, 258 

Clark, John C 53, 54, 56 

Clark, Matthew 53, 54, 55 

Clark, Simon 106, 111 

Clark, Thomas 36, 76, 258 

Clark, William 106, 111 

Clarke, HI 

Clarke, 227 

Clarke, A 266 

Clarke, Isaac W 14, 115 

Clarke, Thomas A 212 

Clapp, G.D 57 

Claus, 68 

Claus, William 36, 72, 209 

Clement, Joseph 73, 271 

Clement, Joseph, Sr 178 

Clement, Joseph, Jr 179 

Clement, Lewis 76 

Clench, Joseph B 210 

Clench, Ralfe 32, 72 

Clendennan, John 73 

Clendenning, John 237 

Clerk, Alexander 6 

Cloatre, Joseph 191 

Clouet, Michel 143 

Clow, Duncan 70 

Clute,John G 56 

Coates, John 118 

Cochery, John 239 

Cochrau,Andrew W..1, 19,102,136,146 

Cochrane, William 1 

Cockburn, Francis 6, 28 

Cockburn, James 145 

Cody, Philip 66 

Coffin, Isaac 175 

Coffin, Nathaniel 8, 31, 35, 270 

Coffin, Thomas 102, 138, 157 

Coffin, Thomas M 158 

Coiteux, Joseph 186 

Colemanj Thomas 112 

Collier, Sir E 225 

Collins, A. L. T 9 

Collins, G 204 

Collins, Stephen 263 

Collver, Timothy 86 

Colomb, G. T 9(2) 

Colombe, Alexis 147 

Colthurst, N 226 

Comfort, Robert 264 

Conger, Designia 58 

Conger, Peter 54 

Conger, Peter D 58 

Conke, John 77 

Connell,J. T 13, 116 



280 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



C. (Continued.} 



Connell, M 240 

Connolly, John 120 

Connors, Edward 241 

Conrad, John 86 

Conran, Henry 9 

Constantin, J. Baptiste..l78 

Cook, Jasper 197 

Cook, Seth 39 

Cook, Thomas 53, 54, 55 

Coons, Jacob 47 

Cooper, James 77 

Coore, F. L 15 

Copp, Moses 198 

Corbeille, Joseph 178 

Corbet, John 41 

Corbet, William 41 

Corbett, Patrick 19, 31, 234 

Corbin, Jean B 141 

Cornault, Joseph 185 

Corneau, Belonie 193 

Cote, Etienne 144 

Cote, Etienne 161 

Cote, Francois 155(2) 

Cote", Francois 195 

Cote, Gabriel 123 

Cotin, Louis 149 

Cotin dit Dugal, Louis. ..148 

Cotter, G. S 9 

Cotter, James 54, 58 

Cotton, Daniel 197 

Cotton, E 28 

Cotton, Jean B 182 

Couce, John 238 

Couche, Edward 13 

Coulson, Francis 240 

Couillard, Antoine G 128, 272 

Couillard, Augustin C....155 

Couillard, Joseph P 155 

Couillard, Joseph R 155 

Couillard de Beau 
mont, A 147, 148 

Courchene, Joseph 161 

Cournoyer, Antoine 185 

Cournoyer, Joseph 185 

Cournoyer, Pierre 185 

Coursol, Louis 194 

Coursol, Narcisse 189 

Courtemanche,Baptiste .195 
Courtemanche, Joseph.. .188, 266 
Courtemanche, Louis 194 



Coutlee, Louis 174 

Coutlee, Louis P 132, 175 

Cowan, Henry 128, 129, 146 

Cowan, Isaac 175 

Cowan, R. M 146 

Cowan, Thomas 157 

Cowie, William 266 

Cozens, Josh Y 44 

Cramer, Lawrence 184 

Cramer, Louis 106, 239 

Crawford, Bryan 57 

Crawford, Lewis 36, 98 

Crawford, William 56 

Crawford, W. P 19 

Crepeau, Charles 147 

Crepeau, Ignace 179 

Crepeau, Pierre 184 

Cresse, Pierre Joseph 129, 138, 161 

Creswick, Charles 227 

Crevier, Gabriel 172 

Crevier, Louis 171 

Crevier de St. Francois, 

J. A., Sr 160 

Crevier de St. Francois, 

J, A.,Jr Ill 

Croker, Charles 226 

Crooks, Francis 81 

Crooks, James 72 

Crooks, Matthew 80 

Crooks, William 80 

Crosse, Thomas 8 

Crouching Panther 219 

Cruttenden, E 15, 21 

Crysdell, Joshua 60 

Cryslerjohn 46, 77 

Cull, Henry 198, 253 

Cummings, James 32 

Cummings, James 79 

Cummings, Thomas 78 

Cunningham, Hugh 60 

Cunningham, William. ...239 

Cummins, Henry 17 

Curot, Michel 122(2) 

Curry, John 42 

Curtis, David 87 

Curtis, David 198 

Gushing, Elmer 200 

Cuthbert, James 124, 183 

Cuvillier, Augustin 130, 131 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



281 



D. 



Dafoe, Abraham 57 

Dafoe, John 54, 57 

Daigneau, Alexis, Sr 190 

Daigneau, Alexis, Jr 190 

Daley, Peter 54, 56 

D Alton, Albert 13 

Dalton, William 193 

Daly, Charles 125(2) 

Daly, John 239 

Dame, Adolphus 126 

Dame, John F 125 

Dame, William 237 

Damours, Antoine 177 

Damours, Antoine 178 

Daudelin, Joseph 187 

Dandurand, P 241 

Dandy, Israel 265 

Daniel, Louis E 190 

Darby, George 73 

Darrock, D 9 

D Auberville, Emanuel...l06 

Davey, Henry 53, 55, 56, 203 (n7) 

Daveluy, Paul E 137 

Daverne, Daniel 54 

David, Baptiste 171 

David, David 165(2) 

David, Samuel 172 

David Davids 220 

Davies, D. B 6 

Davies, Henry T 225 

Davis, David 88 

Davis, E. F 6 

Davis, Hall 77 

Davis, Thaddeus 77 

Davis, Walter 52 

Davis, William 82 

Davidson, John 149, 150 

Davidson, Walter 131 

Dawson, Irwin 28, 253 

Dav, Jeremiah 52 

Dayton, Abraham 50 

Daze, Augustin 178 

Daze, Charles 177 

Daze, Pierre 177 

Dease, Christopher 120 

Dease, Francis M 97, 210 

Debartzch, P. Dom 130 

DeBlois, Joseph 142 

DeBonne, Pierre A 152 

DeChambault, L. J. 

Fleury 101, 137, 214 

Decoe, John 77 

DeCoigne, Louis 193 

DeCousse, Pierre B 120 

DeCow, Abner 87 

DeCourcy, Gerald 133 



Deddrick. See also Dittrick. 

Deddrick, Conrad 197 

Deddrick, Walter 81 

Dedrick, James 265 

Dedrick, John 84 

Defields, Joseph 88 

DeGuise, Pierre 141, 142 

Dehais, Ignace 162 

DC Haren, Peter W 27, 116 

Delagrave, Francois 167 

Delamere, Louis 135, 143 

Delfausse, Pierre 179 

D-lisle,Jean B 107 

Delisle, Jean G 167(2) 

Delorme, Hyacinthe M...186 

Demarest, Joseph 181 

Demers, Ignace 171 

Demers, J 188 

Demers, Jean B., Sr 149 

Demers, Jean B , Jr 149 

Demers, Louis 191 

Demers, Michel 171 

Demers, Pierre 172 

Demuy, Chas. D 191 

Denault, Joachim 48 

Denaut, Casitnir 189 

Denechaud, Claude 135, 141, 262 

Denike, Andrew 205 

Denison, Charles 68 

Denison, George 68 

Denison, John 67 

Denison, Thomas 68 

Dennis, James 13 

Denniss, P 13 

DePelteau, Julien 188 

DePenzier, Luke D 47 

Depew, Charles 265 

Depin, Francois 161 

Derge, Jacob 186 

DeRottenburg, F. Baron 2(3), 8 

Derouin, Etienne 119, 147 

Dery, Jean 152 

Desaulniers, Louis 211 

Desautels, Joseph 169 

Desbarats, Pierre E 143 

Desbleds, Alexis 200 

Deschamps, Antoine 181 

Deschamps, Jean B. E....181 

Deschamps, Louis 181 

Deschenaux, Francois.. ..160 

Descotes, Henri 177 

Desjardins, Amable ..177 

Desmarais, Emmanuel. ..159 

Despre"s, J. B. C., Sr 154 

Despres, J. B. C., Jr 154 

Despres, J. F. Couillard..l54 



282 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



D. (Continued.) 



Desrivieres,Francois,Sr.. 167 
Desrivieres, Francois, Jr.. 167 

Dessaules, Jean 186 

D Estirnauville, J. B 214 

D Estimauville, Jean 

B. P.,Sr 150, 152 

D Estimauville, 

J. B. P., Jr 116, 118, 119, 125, 

133, 141. 260 
D Estimauville, John C...106, 120 

Destrampe, Antoine 184 

Detlor, George 68 

Detlor, George H 66 

Detlor, John 68 

Detlor, Samuel 57 

Dewar, E 6, 269 

Dewar, John 197 

DeWatteville, A.L.C 9 

Dezery, Francois 125 

Dezery, Jean B 169 

Dickenson, Noah 41 

Dickson, 234 

Dickson, David 227 

Dickson, Robert 209 

Dickson, Thomas 76, 258 

Dickson, W. R 6 

Dignard, Frederick 181 

Dill, William 84 

Dincoiman, Benoit 190 

Dionne, Amable 153 

Dionne, Joseph 153 

Dittrick, James 80 

Dixon, M.C 13, 21 

Dobbs, Alex. T 225, 255(2) 

Dobbs, William 237 

Dochstader, Henry 81 

Dolsen, Isaac M 93 

Dolsen, John...., 93 

Donaldson, John 200 

Donais, Joseph 185 

Dore, Etienne 176 

Doren, John 47 

Dorin, Jacob 46 

Dorion, Joseph 141 

Dorion, Joseph 144 

Dorland, Samuel 54, 57 

Dorland, Thomas 53, 54, 57 

Dorval, Ignace 141 

Dorval, Laurent 181 

Dostie, Michel B 123, 137 

Doty, Samuel 125 

Doucet, Bazile , 139 

Doucet, Francois 162 

Doucet, Michel 159 

Doucet, Norbert B Ill, 125, 157 

Doucet, Pierre 143 



Doughty, Edward 17 

Douglass, Thomas.. .135, 141, 143(2), 
145, 239 

Dowie, Alexander 166 

Downie, George 225 

Drake, John 204 

Drake, William 86 

Drennan, F 14 

Drennan, James 197 

Drew, William 226 

Drolet, JeanB 161 

Drolet, Joseph C 194 

Drolet, Toussaint 195 

Drouillard, Joseph 211 

Drummond, Sir G 2, 8 

Drummond, W 5 

Drury, A. V 225 

Dubois, A 175 

Dubois, Pierre C 167 

Duboishaux, Pierre 177 

Dubord, Andre" 155 

Dubord, Leopold... 155 

Dubuc, Joseph 190 

Dubut, Augustin 149 

Ducharme, Baptiste 170, 171 

Ducharme, Domi 
nique, Sr 170 

Ducharme, Dominique. ..171 (2) 
Ducharme, Dominique.. ..214, 217, 218 

Duchene, J. B 158 

Duchesnay, A. L. J 102, 118 

Duchesnay, Jean B 152 

Duchesnay, Jean B. J 106 

Duchesnay, Louis J 149 

Duchesnay, Maurice L.J.106 

Duchesnay, N 106 

Duchesny, Louis A 139, 159 

Duff, William 89 

Dufresne, Baptiste 189 

Dufresne, Bazile 195 

Dufresne, Hypolite 187 

Dufresne, Joseph 187 

Dufresne, Louis 123 

Dufresne, Louis 195 

Dufresne, Louis F , 131 

Dufresne, N 214 

Dugal, Francois 178 

Duggan, George 67 

Dugue, Pierre 161 

Duhaime, Francois L 161 

Dulmage, Philip 48 

Dulmage, Samuel 48 

Dulongpre, Louis, Sn. 125, 130,133, 134 

Dulongpre, Louis, Jr 131, 137, 169 

Dumas, Augustin 167 

Dumas, Joseph 129, 240 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



283 



Dumas, Michel 167 

Dumas, Pierre 141 

Dumas S 169 

Dumaresque, H 6 

Dumont, Alphonse 123 

Dumont, E. L. L.. 176 

Dumon^, William] 126 

Dumouchel, Baptiste 170, 

Dumouchcl, Iguace 173 

Dumouchel, Jean B *176 

Dumouchel, Louis 176 

Dumoulin, Charles 106 

Dumouliu, Francois L ...161 

Dumoulin, Julien 139 

Duncan, John 116 

Duncan, Robert 241 

Duniere, Louis 128, 

Dunlop, James 164 

Dunn, Robert 136 

Dunn, Robert 146 

Duplessis, Joseph R., Sr..l69 

Duplessis, Louis 167 

Duplessis, Robert 167 

Dupre, Antoine, Sr 190 



D. (Continued.) 

Dupre, H. St. G 102, 168 

Dupre, J. B. L 141 

Dupuis, Antoine 192 

Dupuis, Firmin 182 

Dupuis, J. Lemoine 142 

Dupuis, Pierre, Jr 181 

Duquet, Ignace 149 

171 Durand, James 82 

Durette, Francois X 141 

Durette, Pierre 144 

Durocher, Louis 195 

Durocher, Olivier 239 

Durocher, Pierre 120 

Dusang, Amable 96 

Dussaut, Francois 185 

Dusseaux, J. Baptiste 185 

155 Dutrisaque, Francois 178 

Duval, Agapit 185 

Duval, David 1 

Duval, Francois 143 

Duvert, F. C 189 

Duvert, L. P 194 

Dwyer, John 186 

Dwyer, Michael 186, 193 



Eakins, John 87, 88 

Earner, Peter 44 

Earle, Hugh 204 

Eaton, S. H 4 

Eberts, H. M 34 

Eberts, Joseph 91 

Eckersley, N 4 

Ecuyer, Benjamin 28, 106 

Eddys, B. M 61 

Edge, Joseph 120 

Edie, Chris 240 

Edie, Newberry 197 

Edison, Samuel 88 

Egerton, Chas. B 28 

Eisenhart, Godfrey., 112, 241, 271 

Eliot, G A 6, 262 

Elkins, Moses 1 98 

Ellerbeck, Richard 264 

Ellery, William 227 

Ellice, Robert 4 

Elliott, Matthew 89, 209 

Elliott, Matthew, Jr 210 

Elliott, W 7 illiam 210 

Elliott, William 91 

Elliott, William 90, 95, 210, 258 

Embank, J 227 

Embury, Andrew 57 

Embury, John 57 



Emerick, Henry 197 

Empey, Philip 44 

Empey, Philip C 44 

Empey, Philip P 44 

Enau, Conrad 157 

Endicott, John 67 

Eneas 211 

Eneau, JeanB 182 

Eneau, Antoine 182 

Eneau, Francois 184 

Eneau, E ienne 191 

England, Thomas 225 

Eno, Gonzague 139, 159 

Erley, John 17 

Ermatinger, C. 98 

Esty, Benjamin 178 

Ethier, Abraham 179 

Ethier, Joseph 176 

Ethier, Joseph A 176 

Evans, John 234 

Evans, Simon 215, 217, 218 

Evans, Thomas 13, 23 

Everard, Thomas 225 

Everest, H. B 4 

Everitt, Charles 55 

Everts, Oliver 34 

Everts, William 238 

Ewing, Benjamin 35, 61 



284 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



F. 



Fairchild, Benjamin 211 

Fairfield, Stephen 56 

Fairraan, Hugh 53, 59 

Faribault, Barthelemi....l41 

Faribault, Geo. B 135, 143 

Faribault, Jean E 119 

Faribault, J M 181 

Faribauit, Jean M 181 

Faribault, Joseph E 183 

Faribault, Louis 109, 120 

Faribault,Narcisse..lll, 122, 136, 142 

Farnden, Joseph 130, 133 

Feder, Thomas 237 

Feluet, Germain 129 

Fennell, John 16, 28 

Fenwick, James 63 

Ferguson, Alexander 211 

Ferguson, Archibald 145 

Ferguson, John 59, 258 

Ferguson, John 210 

Ferguson, Peter 42 

Ferland, Prisque 184 

Ferre, Baptiste 176 

Ferre, Gregoire 120 

Ferre, Jean B 176 

Ferriere, Andre 184 

Ferriere, Toussaint 188 

Fields, Daniel 73 

Fields, George 73, 75, 238 

Filiatreau, J. Baptiste.. ..178 

Filiatreau, Joseph F 177 

Filiatreau, Pierre 180 

Filion, Antoine A., Sr 174 

Filion, Antoine A.,Jr 174, 176 

Findlay, James 214 

Finlay, George 119 

Finlay, James 188 

Finlay, John 115 

Finlay, Joseph 266 

Finnis, Robert A 225 

Fish, 204 

Fisher, Charles , 94 

Fisher, Henry M 218 

Fisher, James 17 

Fisher, Peter 225 

Fisher, Stewart 170 

Fitzgerald, 235 

Fitzgerald, Dennis 37 

Fitzgerald, Robert 227 

Fizette, Pierre 186 

Flamau, Augustin D 152 

Fleet, 204 

Fleming, William 204 

Fletcher, Alexander 62 

Fletcher, Hugh 238 

Fletcher, John 136, 142 



Forbes, Alexander.... 240 

Forester, William 48 

Forquin, Joseph 161 

Forsyth, John 164, 165 

Fortier, Charles 90 

Fortier, Charles 139, 158 

Fortier, Francois 118 

Fortier, Francois, Sr 143 

Fortier. Francois, Jr 144 

Fortier, James 204 

Fortier, Louis 144 

Fortier, Pierre 164, 168, 172 

Fortier, Pierre 139, 159 

Fortier, Samuel 204 

Fortier, Thomas 119 

Fortin, Christopher 193 

Fortune, Joseph 45 

Foster, Anselm 72(2) 

Foster, C. L. L 8(2), 31, 262 

Foster, James 227 

Foucher, Amable 193 

Foucher, Charles 148 

Foucher, Louis C 157 

Fournier, Charles 129 

Fournier, Francois 154 

Founder, Jean B 174 

Fournier, Michel 169 

Fowke, Richard 2^7 

Fowler, George 6 

Fox, Barry 13 

Fox, The see Livingstone 

Fralick, Christopher 53, 56 

Fralick. John C 56 

Franchere, Antoine 195 

Franchere, Gabriel 168 

Franchere, Francois 167 

Franchere, Joseph 161(2) 

Franchere, Timothee 188 

Francis, Henry 236 

Francis, Thomas 86 

Francis, William 86 

Fraser, Alexander 153 

Fraser, Angus 44 

Fraser, Daniel 49 

Fraser, Daniel 53, 54, 55 

Fraser, Donald 41, 42, 48 

Fraser, Donald 42 

Fraser, Hugh 138, 157 

Fraser, Isaac 56 

Fraser, James 46 

Fraser, James 210 

Fraser, John 37, 48, 49 

Fraser, John 237 

Fraser, John 48 

Fraser, John 56 

Fraser, Joseph 155 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



285 



F. (Continued.) 



Fraser, Joseph 166 

Fraser, Peter 48(2) 

Fraser, Peter 153 

Fraser, Richard D 32, 46, 49(2) 

Fraser, Simon 154(2) 

Fraser, Simon 178 

Fraser, Thomas 36, 46, 258 

Fraser, Thomas 37 

Fraser, William 48(2) 

Fraser, William 263 

Fraser, William 36, 48, 258 

Frederick, H. J 237 

Fredet, Athanase 185 



Freer, Noah 1(2), 262 

Fremont, Charles..l01, 102, 147, 148 

French, Albert 44 

French, Benjamin 44 

Frichet, Pierre 186 

Frobisher, Benjamin J...122 160 

Frobisher, Joseph 262 

Fromenteau, Louis 128, 138, 157 

Froom, James 48 

Frost, Richard 113, 234, 271 

Fulford, Jonathan 50 

Fuller, R. T 6 

Fulton, J. F 1 



G. 



Gadbois, Andre 188 

Gadbois, Prudent 188 

Gagne, Ambroise 149 

Gagnon, 129 

Gagnon, Joseph 180 

Gagnon, Paschal, Sr 196 

Gagnon, Paschal, Jr 196 

Galarneau, Charles 120 

Gales, Samuel 169 

Gamble, Nathaniel 64 

Gamelin, Benjamin 176 

Gamelin, Louis B 120 

Garden, George 164 

Gariepy, Joseph 194 

Gariepy, Louis 119 

Garland, John 226 

Garlough, Alexander 41 

Garneau, Pierre 119 

Gastonguay, Jean B 176 

Gateshill, Henry 227 

Gatien, Michel 190 

Gatien, Pierre, 176 

Gaucher, Charles G 215, 217 

Gaucher, Gamelin 123 

Gaucher, Michael G 123, 185 

Gaudet, Joseph T 115(2), 271 

Gaulthier, Joseph L 114 

Gauthier, Joseph 158 

Gauthier, Joseph 177 

Gauvreau, Chas. H... Ill, 120,136,142 

Gauvreau, Francois 204 

Gendreau, J. B 189 

Gendreau, Louis 186 

Gendron, Simon 187 

Genest, Laurent 162 

Gentle, John 91, 92 

Geoffrion, Pierre 196 

Geoffrey, Nicholas 184 

George, James 73 

Georgen, Henry 200 

Germain, Augustin 105 



Germain, Augustin 141 

Germain, Francois X 143 

Gerrard, Samuel 165 

Gibbes, Robert 226 

Gibbon, 253 

Gibbsr, Henry 226 

Gibson, Abraham 149 

Gignon, Francois 137 

Gigure, J 152 

Gilbert, Abel 60 

Gilbert, Isaac 85 

Gilbert, Jean B 184 

Gilbert, S.B 59 

Gilkinson, William 32, 270 

Gill, Paul 179 

Gill, William 17 

Gillespie, Robert 163, 164 

Gillman, William 13 

Gilmore, Richard 15 

Gilston, Samuel F 239 

Girard, Francois 142 

Girard, Joseph 147 

Girard, Michel 212 

Girardin, Louis 193 

Girardin, Pierre L 193(2) 

Giroux, George 171 

Giroux, Pierre 152 

Giroux, Pierre 178 

Girty, Prideaux 86, 88 

Girty, Thomas 90 

Givins, James 8, 35, 209 

Givins, James, Jr 212 

Glackmeyer, Frederick... 2 66 

Glasford, Paul 46 

Glasgow, E 9 

Glasgow, George 2, 9, 21, 261 

Glegg, J. B 4, 8, 13 

Glen, Jacob 101, 102, 198 

Glew, Joseph Berry 37 

Globenski, Frederick E...123 
Globenski, Max 106 



286 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



G. (Continued.] 



Globenski, Philippe 124, 272 

Glover, Francis 84 

Godard, James M 113 

Goddard, James S 114 

Goddu, Toussaint H Ill, 126 

Godefrey deNurmanville, 

Joseph 157 

Gonder,Jacob 79 

Gordon, Adam 226 

Gordon, Alexander 236 

Gordon, Charles 139, 157 

Gordon, Fred 15, 253 

Gordon, James 14 

Gordon, James 33, 89 

Gordon, John 22 

Gordon, John 205 

Gordon, J. W 6 

Gordon, William 85(2) 

Gore, Charles 9 

Gosselin, Alexis 148 

Gossett, W.M 21 

Goudie, John 144 

Gouin, Charles 160, 180(2) 

Gouin, Claude 92, 95 

Gouin, Pierre 138, 158 

Goulet, Paschal 184 

Gowen, Hammond 140 

Goyet, Pierre 200 

Graeme, L 237 

Graham, Duncan 211 

Graham, James 34, 259 

Graham, William 63 

Grandpre, Alexis 184 

Grandpre, Hyppolite 126 

Grant, Alexander 43 

Grant, Alexander 204 

Grant, Allan 49, 50, 51 

Grant, Antoine 211 

Grant, Charles 138 

Grant, Charles W 103, 191 

Grant, Daniel 136, 146 

Grant, David 139, 159 

Grant, Frederick 145 

Grant, John 50 

Grant, J. C 168 

Grant, Lewis 10 

Grant, Lewis 43 

Grant, Peter 264 

Grant, Peter 1, 13 

Grant, Peter 114 

Grant, Richard 123 

Grant, Robert 33, 264 

Grasett, Henry W 17 

Graugreben, F. de., 21 



Gravelle, Alexis 151(2), 152 

Gravelle, Joshua 178 

Gravelle, Louis 172 

Gravelle, Pierre 178 

Graverat, Jacob 210 

Graves, 67 

Graves, George 137, 1-85 

Graves, Jacob 120, 137 

Gray, 118 

Gray, Andrew 5, 6 

Gray, James 152 

Gray, John 15, 125, 130, 133 

Grece, C. F 103, 172 

Green, James 105, 262 

Green, M. L 204 

Green, Thomas 111(2) 

Greenshields, John 145 

Gregorie, Louis 150 

Greig, Alexander 28, 236 

Griffin, C. W. G 225 

Griffin, Edward 81 

Griffin James 126 

Griffin, John 16 

Griffin, Robert 165(2) 

Griggs, Alexander 198 

Grignon, Louis 210 

Grignon, Pierre, Sr 97, 99, 211 

Grindred, John 227 

Grise, Antoine 123 

Grise, Pierre 122, 188 

Grossman, Menard 197 

Grover, John 61 

Groves, James 226 

Gruette, William 211 

Guay, Charles 143 

Guay, Louis 149 

Guerard, Francois 147 

Guerout, Pierre 188, 266 

Gugy, B. C. A 28 

Gugy, Louis 125, 138, 157, 260 

Guignard, F 214 

Guildry, Jean 182 

Guillory, Jean B., Jr 211 

Guimont, Jacques 180 

Gunn, Ronald 42 

Gunn, William 227 

Guthrie, Thomas 211 

Guy, Etienne 172 

Guy, Louis, Sr... 130,164. 166, 172,272 

Guy, Louis, Jr 106, 271 

Guy, Louis P 167 

Guy, Pierre 126 

Guyon, Baptiste 195 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



287 



H. 



Hackett, William 17 

Hagerman,Chris. A.. 9,35,53, 54,57,263 

Hagerman, Daniel 56 

Hagerman, Henry 60 

Hagerman, John 50 

Hagerman, Nicholas 53, 57 

Hainer, George 73 

Hainer, John, Jr 77 

Hale, Edward 140, 146 

Hale, J 193 

Hale, John 19 

Hall, Benjamin 205 

Hall, George B 89, 204 

Hall, Ichabod 87 

Hall, James 263 

Hall, John 13, 28 

Hall, William 114 

Halladay, Samuel 52 

Hallo well, James 146 

Hallowell, William 164 

Ham, George 55 

Hamilton, Alexander ... 70 

Hamilton, Chris 28, 235 

Hamilton, George 70, 72 

Hamilton, George 146, 149 

Hamilton, G. M 17 

Hamilton, Jamts 37 

Hamilton, John D 145 

Hamilton, Robert 77 

Hamilton, Thomas 67 

Hamilton, William 263 

Hampton, Thomas 64 

Handlin, William 239 

Hands, Samuel 205 

Hands, William, Jr 91 

Hanna, James G 147 

Harcourt, John 79 

Hardie, William 139, 239 

Hardison, Benjamin, Jr. 79 

Hardy, John . .... 79 

Hare, Peter 81 

Hare, Richard 61 

Harkness, Peter 166 

Harman, Thomas Ill 

Harnois, Augustin 159 

Harris, Gilbert 59 

Harris, James 265 

Harris, John 226 

Harris, Samuel 88 

Harris, Thomas 62 

Harrison, Charles 234 

Harwood, Henry 126 

Hart, Ezekiel ...~ 139, 157 

Hart, Frederick 192, 194 

Hartwell, James, Jr 146 

Hartwill, John 62 



Harvall, James 107, 109 

Harvey, John 4, 5 

Harvie, John 227, 254 

Haskill, Josiah 62 

Hatsall. H 122 

Hatt, Richard 72, 82, 258 

Hatt, Samuel 82 

Haussman, Thomas 143 

Haussman dit Menage, 

J. M 153 

Hawdon, George 214 

Hawksworth, 227, 254 

Hawley, Davis 56 

Hawley, Elijah 64 

Hawley, Jehiel 53, 54, 55 

Hawley, Martin 57 

Hawley, Sheldon 53, 54, 55 

Hay, R. B 28 

Hay, William 9 

Haynes, Christopher 263 

Hays, Eleazar 174 

Heard, Samuel 200 

Heath, John 199 

Heaven, Louis 240 

Hebden, John 105, 106 

Hebert, Francois 192 

Hebert, Jean B 162 

Hubert, Joseph 1 163, 190 

Hebert, Louis 190 

Hebert, Olivier 193 

Hebert, Pierre 163, 191 

Hector, William 227 

Hedges, Saunders 61 

Henau, Joseph 175 

Henau, Pierre, 175 

Henderson, Rufus C 34 

Heney, Hughes 167, 169(2) 

Henne, Louis P 185 

Henry, Alexander 165 

Henry, Edmund 191 

Henry, James 80 

Henry, John 80 

Henry, Thomas 106 

Hepburn, William 65 

Hepburn, Wm.G 65 

Herbert, J. G 234 

Herigault, Andr4 120 

Herigault, Jean B 105, 130, 169 

Herigault, Jean B 266 

Heriot, Fred. G 13, 105 

Herman, Joseph 131, 239 

Heron, Andrew 72 

Heron, P. J 138 

Heroux, Pierre J 158 

Herse, Jacques C 106, 128, 193 

Herse, Joseph 169 



288 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



H. (Continued.) 



Herskins, Carey 52 

Hertel de Rouville, 

Daniel 106, 123 

Hertel de Rouville, 

Jean 133 

Hertel de Rouville, 

JeanB 122, 188 

Hertel de Rouville, 

Jean B 106 

Hertel de Rouville, 

J. B. M 187 

Herve, Edmund ...175 

Herve, Thomas 174 

Hervieux, Jacques 164, 166 

Hervieux, Jean B 181 

Hervieux, Medard 178 

Hervieux, Pierre 168 

Hesford, Frederick 57 

Hess, Peter 265 

Heward, James 95 

Reward, Stephen 67, 258 

Hewyard, John 20 

Heywood, Thomas 123 

Hibbard, Horace 197 

Hibbard, Israel 200 

Hibbard, O 240 

Hickey, F 225 

Hicks, William ......227 

Hicock, Nathan 52 

Hierliegh, J. G 18 

Hill, John 227 

Hill, J. P 13, 235 

Hinckes, James 118, 119 

Hippisley, Robert F 226 

Hixon, Henry 80 

Hoare, Charles 227 

Hogue, Joseph S 178 

Hogue, Simon 177 

Holcroft, W 21 

Holland, Chris 239 

Holland, J. H 9, 13 

Holmes Benjamin 112 

Holmes, Peter 59, 60 

Holt, John S 120 



Ilbert, C 19 

Ingersoll, Charles 70, 71 

Inglis, George 225 

Innis, Robert 34 

Innis, Robert 89 

Ironside, Alexander 211 

Ironside, George 210 



Holton, Guy S 240 

Homrick, George 126 

Honore, Henri 212 

Honore\ Louis T 97, 98, 212 

Horan, Gordon 149 

Hornby, W 226 

Horning, Lewis 265 

Hotte, Simon 177 

Houde, Augustin C 162 

House, Joseph 265 

Howell, John 53, 58 

Howell, Richard 53, 58 

Hoyatategh 220 

Hubbell, Elnathan 34 

Hubert, Louis E 122, 123 

Hubert, Pierre 215, 217, 218 

Hudon ditBeaulieu, M...153 

Hudson, Robert B 109, 255(2) 

Hughes, James 114 

Hughes, James 234 

Hughes, Philip 6, 15 

Hughes, Thomas 234 

Hugo, George 226 

Huguet dit Latour, L...169 
Huguet dit Latour, 

P., Sr 169 

Huguet dit Latour, 

P., Jr 169 

Huiet dit Chausse, Jean.183 
Humberstone.Thomas... 37, 68 
Humphreys, Despard ...253 

Hunter, Francis 145 

Hunter, Martin 25 

Hunter, Thomas 137 

Hunter, William 146 

Hunter, William 165 

Huntingdon, William ... 68, 238, 272 

Huot, 152 

Huot, Charles 128 

Huot, Gabriel 152 

Huot, Jean 141 

Hutchins, Phineas 137 

Hyde, George 226 

Hyde, Thomas 173 



I. 



Irvine, James 145, 146 

Irvine, Robert 204, 226 

Irwin, J. B 6 

Ives, Joseph 199 

Ivory, Robert 105 

Isaac Peters 220 

Iserhoft, Gustave 125 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



289 



J. 



Jackson, Edward 15 

Jackson, George 116 

Jackson, H. G 21 

Jackson, James 19 

Jackson, John 20 

Jacobs, David 44, 270 

Jacobs, George, Sr 93, 94 

Jacobs, George, Jr 93 

Jaffray, John 205 

Janisse. Hypolite 92 

Jarvie, William 37, 67 

Jarvis, F. S 66 

Jarvis, George L 236 

Jarvis, Stephen 31 

Jarvis, S. P 67 

Jarvis, W. M 32, 39, 63, 68 

Jaycox, David 44, 270 

Jeannot, Joseph 195 

Jeannot dit Lachapelle, 

J-M 172 

Jenkins, G 2, 20 

Jeremy, Casitnir 266 

Jervoise, William 4, 8 

John Gray 220 

Johns, Solomon 56 

Johnson, Adam G 200, 214, 218 

Johnson, A.K 214 

Johnson, George 120, 239 

Johnson, John 67 

Johnson, John 234 

Johnson, John 200 

Johnson, Sir John 197, 214, 218 

Johnson, Timothy 34 

Johnson, William 106, 111, 128 

Johnson, William 28 

Johnson, William D 106 

Johnston, Fred 227 

Johnston, James 158 

Johnston, John 98 



Johnston, John 6, 31 

Johnston, John M 227 

Johnston, Louis S 205, 211 

Johnston, William 55, 258 

Johnstone, John 96 

Johnstone, John 234 

Johnstone, John F 226 

Joliette, Antoine 129 

Joliette, BartheJerni 137, 183 

Jones, 234 

Jones, Alexander 9 

Jones, Charles 50 

Jones, Daniel 263 

Jones, Edward 205 

Jones, Elias 32, 61, 258 

Jones, Elisha 61 

Jones, Henry 50 

Jones, J. B 73 

Jones, John 109, 198 

Jones, John 135 

Jones, John 145 

Jones, John 72 

Jones, John 118, 120 

Jones, Jonas 50(2), 51 

Jones, Joseph 145 

Jones, Robert 184 

Jones, Stephen 204 

Jones, William 52 

Jones, William 210 

Jordan, James 180 

Joseph, 129 

Joseph, 170 

Joubert, Honore 188 

Joubin dit Boisverd 160 

Jourdain, Charles 144 

Jubb, William 239 

Julien, Louis 192 

Jusseaume, Denis 185 



K. 



Kagneghtague 220 

Kaneaheuntwaght 219 

Karaghkontye 220 

Kay, John 123, 137 

Kay, Mungo 165 

Kayeutatirhon 219 

Keating, Edward 17 

Keating, James 96, 97, 235, 255 

Keefer, George 77 

Keeler, Frederick 238, 272 

Keeler, Joseph A 61 

Kell, William, Sr 173 

Kell, William, Jr 173 

Kelly, John 61 

Kelsey, Samuel 52 



Kemble, William 1, 37 

Kemp, John 57 

Kempt, Francis 262 

Kempt, Sir James 9 

Kendrick, Duke William 67 

Kendrick, Joseph 205 

Kennedy, Angus 42, 43 

Kennedy, Charles 80 

Kennedv, John 41 

Kennelly, 218 

Kenntyoghkwanoron ...219 

Kent, Henry 226 

Keuwendeshon 220 

Kerby, George 37 

Kerby, James 37, 76(2) 



290 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



K. (Continued.) 



Kerr, 



72 



Kerr, David 265 

Kerr, John 37, 49 

Kerr, Robert 210, 259 

Kerr, William J 210 

Ketcheson, Benjamin ... 60 
Kctchesori, William, Jr... 54, 59 

Ketcheson, Thomas 54, 60 

Kezard, Simon 199 

Kidd, L 102 

Kilborn, Charles 109, 198 

Kilborn, James 52 

Kilboru, John 38 

Kilburn, Henry 37 

Kimber, Benjamin 126 

Kimber, Janvier 126 

Kimber, Louis E l. J 3 

Kimber, Olivier 139 

Kimber, Ren4 128 



Kimber, Rene J 157, 272 

Kimber, Thomas 129 

Kimmerly, Andrew 57 

Kinailounak 219 

King, Charles 6, 21 

King, George 65 

King, Thomas 227 

Kirchberger, F 6, 13 

Kirkpatrick, Robert 77, 271 

Kish-ki-wabik 219 

Kitson, William 107 

Knight, C 227 

Knott, William, Jr 237, 272 

Koteyea Mights 219 

Kraus, 199 

Kribbs, David 265 

Kuch, George 68 

Kular, Frederick 50(n), 272 



Labadie, Jean B 92 

Laberge, Joseph 196 

Labrecque, Jean 147 

Labreche, Joseph 179 

Labrie, Jacques 122 

LaBrossie, J...... 102 

LaBruyere.Piedinont de.122 

Labute, Alexis 92 

Labute, Julien 92 

Labute, Pierre 92 

Lacasse, Jean 177 

Lacasse, Joseph 177 

Lacasse, Pierre 138 

LaChevrotiere, 

Ambroise de 162 

LaChevrotiere, 

Joseph de 151 

Lacombe, Antoine ...183 

Lacombe, Francois X....215 

Lacombe, Jacques 183 

Lacombe, Jean B 171 

Lacombe, Seraphin 182 

Lacombe, Xavier 181 

Lacroix, Dominique 167 

Lacroix,J. D 130. 169 

Lacroix, Joseph F 137, 177 

Lacroix, Joseph H 177 

Lacroix, Joseph P 189 

Lacroix, Paul 98 

Lacroix, Paul 180 

Lacroix, Paul 189 

Lacroix, Pierre P 120, 175 

Lafay, Francois 193 

Lafferty, John J 79 

Lafleche, Pierre R 180 



Lafontaine, Amable 123 

Lafontainc, Charles 185 

Lafontaine, Pierre E 123 

Laforce, Pierre 118(3) 

Laframboise, Alexis 169 

Laframboise, Francois. ..211 

Lafrenaye, Charles 239 

Lafreniere, Antoine 115 

Lafreuiere, Jean B 159 

L African, Louis 115 

Lafrond, Jean B 161 

Lagorce, Charles 186 

LaGorgenr iere, 

Louis F. de 151 

LaGorgendi^re, O.F. de..H9 

Lagrave, Louis B 188 

Lagueux, Louis A 136, 142 

Lalonde, Charles 174 

Lalonde, Luc A 175 

Lamarque, Bazile 192 

Lambert, John 265 

Lambert, Pierre 149 

Lambeth, Joseph 235 

Lamont, Thomas 15 

Lamontagne, Charles.. ..167, 170 

Lamontagne, Louis 167 

Lamothe, Guill 123, 133 

Lamothe, Joseph M. 169, 214, 217 

Lamoureux, Francois. ...185 

Lamoureux, J oseph 180 

Larnoureux, Joseph 186 

Lamoureux, Michel 188 

Lampman, John 37, 86 

LaNaudiere, 

Antoine O. de 154 



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291 



L. (Continued.) 



LaNaudiere, 

Charles G. de 183 

LaNaudiere, 

Pierre P. de 137, 183 

Lanctot, Alexis 191 

Lanctot, Autoine 192 

Lanctot, Francois 192 

Land, Abe), Sr 265 

Land, Abel, Jr 265 

Land, Ephraim 265 

Land, Robert 82 

Landon, Asa 51 

Landou, Herman 48 

Landre, Joseph 179 

Landriaux, Antoine 175 

Landuette, Gabriel 172 

Lang, Antoine 167 

Lang, James 240 

Lang, John 8 

Langdon, James 205 

Langelier, Jean B 120 

Langelier, Jean B., Sr 186 

Langelier, Jean B., Jr 187 

Langelier, Joseph 187 

Langevin, Charles 143 

Langevin, Jacques 129 

Langevin, Jean 147, 148 

Langlade, Louis 215, 218 

Langlois dit Germain, 

J. M 187 

Languedoc, Francois 136, 143 

Languedoc, Joseph 135, 143, 144 

Lanouette, Joachim 160 

Lanouette, Joseph 180 

La Perche dit St. Jean, 

Joseph 2K) 

Laperiere, Francois de.. 194 

Lapierre, Amable ......159 

Lapierre, Antoine 

LeSieur 157 

Laporte, Alexis 90 

Laporte, Charles 183 

Laporte, Louis 183 

Lapparre, H 240 

Lareau, Francois 189 

Lareau, J. Baptiste 189 

Lareau, Joseph 193 

Lariviere, Hjpolite 186 

Laroche, Pierre 183 

La Rochelle, Joseph 131 

Larocque, F. X 131, 133 

La Rose, Ignace 210 

Larue, Edouard 119 

Larue, Francois X 151 

Larue, Jean B 128, 141 

Larue, Joseph .126 



Larue, Joseph 191 

La Saussaye, Philippe. ...210 

Lassammie 267 

La Terriere, 

M. P. de Sales 101, 105, 135 

La Terriere, 

Pierre de Sales 141 

Latour, See Huguet 

Latour, Jean B 180 

Launiere, J. L 120 

Launiere, Luc 218 

Laurent, Francois, Jr 120 

Laurie, James 225 

Lavigne, Jos. Poutre 129, 239 

Laviolette, Jean B 122 

Laviolette, Jean B. E 123 

Lavoi, Agapit 155 

Law, Charles, Jr 129 

Law, John 210 

Lawe, George L 72 

Lawe, John 237 

Lawrence, Francis 204 

Lawrence, George 72 

Lawrence, John 48 

Leaf, The 267 

Lear, Isaac 68 

Lebault, Pierre 182 

Lebeau, M 173 

Lebeq je, Joseph 182 

Leblanc, Alexis 126 

Leblanc, Antoine 162 

Leblanc, Jacques 182 

Leblanc, Joseph 126 

Leblanc, Joseph 194 

Leblanc, Julien 177 

Leblanc, Louis 195 

Leblond, Jacques, Sr 141 

Leblond, Jacques, Jr 147 

Leblond, Joseph 141 

Le Breton, John 6, 105, 106 

Lebrun, Louis 159 

Lecavalier, J. B 172 

Leclair, Charles 190 

Leclair, Isaac 215, 218 

Leclerc, Pierre 149 

Lecours, Louis 179 

LeCouteur, John 116 

L Ecuyer, Benjamin 106 

Leduc, Antoine M 174 

Leduc, Charles 175 

Leduc, Guill 175 

Lee, 227 

Lee, John 9 

Lee, Thomas 135, 141 

Lee, William, Sr 34, 259 



292 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



L. (Continued.} 



Lefebvre de Bellefeuille, 

E. A 126, 134 

Lefebvre de Bellefeuille, 

Louis C 126 

Lefebvre, D Ill 

Lefebvre, Francois X 150 

Lefebvre, Ilyacinthe 171 

Lefebvre, Jean B 167 

Lefebvre, Jean B., Sr 174 

Lefebvre, Jean B., Jr 175 

Lefebvre, Pierre 112, 271 

Lefebvre, Pierre 168 

Lefebvre, Pierre 191 

Legare Joseph 240 

Legarre, Jean B 151 

Legault, Andre 171 

Legault, J. Bapt 175 

Legault, Sebastien 176 

Legendre, Francois 162 

Legrave, Louis B de 188 

Legros, Louis 187 

Le Guerrier, Jean B 180 

Lelievre, Tito 6 

Lemaire dit St. Germain, 

Antoine 131, 134 

Leinaire dit St. Germain, 

Leon 126 

Lemaire dit St. Germain, 

Pierre 266 

Leraay, Theophile 200 

Lemieux, Jean B 148 

Letnire, Bonaventure 181, 183 

Lemoine, Benjamin 141 

Lemoine, Henri 136, 141 

Lemoine, Joseph 53, 54, 59 

Lemoine, William H 136 

Lemoine de Martigny, 

Jacques 119, 196 

Lemon, Jacob 86 

Lemmon, George 64 

Leonard, Austin 197 

Leonard, R 4, 13 

Lepage, 147 

Lepage, Antoine 172 

Lepage ; Germain 180 

Lepage, Joseph 179 

Lepage, Joseph M 147 

Le Pailleur, M 196 

Leprohon, Edouard M...123, 168 
Leprohon, Leon B..119, 131, 133, 134 

Leprohon, L. C. P 129, 131 

Leprohon, J. P 172 

Leprohon, Philippe 170 

Leroux, Benjamin 186 

Leroux, G 102 

Leroux, Hubert 175 



Leroux, Gabriel 174 

Leroux, Laurent 181(2) 

Leroux, Paul 175 

Leroy, Simon 173 

LeSieur, Charles 157 

Lesieur dit Desaulniers, 

Alexis 159 

Leslie, James 164, 166 

Leslie, Walter 227 

Lessard, Francois 152 

Letaut, Dominique 170 

Letellier, Francois 142 

Lethbridge, Robert 28 

Levac, William 123 

Levasseur, Charles 131, 133, 172 

Levesque, A. L ...102,130,167,170, 272 

Levesque, Joseph 184 

Levesque, Pierre 123 

Levitre, Joseph 185 

Lewin, R. R 234 

Lewis, Thomas 225 

Lewis, Thomas 238 

L Hero, Joseph 151 

L Huissier, Christophe...l87 
L Huissier, J. Baptiste...l87 

L Huissier, Paul 167 

Liddle, Robert D 53, 59 

Limoges, Joseph 178 

Limoges, Pierre 179 

Limoges, Toussaint 178 

Lincourt, Jean B 185 

Lincourt, Michel 185 

Lindsay, Alexander 236 

Lindsay, William 145 

Lindsay, William 197 

Lines, Nathaniel 215 

Lionnais, J Francois 125 

Little Crow 267 

Little. See also Lyttle 

Little, James W 90 

Little, John 90 

Little, Thomas 239 

Livingston, Robert R 210 

Livingstone, Duncan 52 

Lobsen, John 125 

Locas, A 179 

Lo^an, Hart 164 

Loiseau, Joseph N 182 

Loiseau, Louis 196 

Longueuil, Baron de. See Grant, 

[Charles W. 

Longuetin, Joseph M 191 

Loranger, Regis 175 

Lorimier, de 217 

Lorimier,FrancoisMde..215, 218 
Lorimier.Guill Chev. de..215, 217, 218 



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293 



L. (Continued.) 



Lorimier, Jean B. de 215, 217, 218 

Loring, R. R 8, 9 

Losie, Joseph J 61 

Lotbiniere, M.E.G.A. de..l74 

Lottinville, J. L 157 

Lottridge, John 82 

Lottridge, William 265 

Loucks, John 237, 272 

Loucks, William 46 

Louval, Joseph 139, 158 

Louvigny de Montigny, 

P. J. B 103, 214, 217 

Loveday, Edward 227 

Lowe, William 204, 253 

Lozeau, Jean B 161 

Lozeau, Joseph 162 

Lucas, Louis 240 

Lucas, Thomas 66 

Lucier, Christophe 193 



Luke, Philip, Sr 199 

Luke, Philip, Jr 199 

Lukin, David 122, 188(2) 

Lukin, David, Jr 129 

Lukin, Peter 169 

Lukin, Peter, Jr..lll, 119,122,123, 126 

Lundy, Azariah 64 

Lupien, Ignace 161 

Lusignan, Alexander 168 

Lusignan, Charles A 105 

Lusignan, Hyppolite, Jr.. 120 

Lussier, Baptiste 195 

Lussier, Christophe P.. ..195 

Lutman, William 226 

Lyon, Francis 226 

Lyons, Barrett 210, 215, 218 

Lyons, James 77 

Lyons, William 80 

Lyttle, Nicholas 89 



Me. 



McAllister, Joseph 128 

McAlpine, William 212 

McArthur, Donald 68 

McAuley, Donald 32, 44 

McAuley, Zachary 158 

McAuly, Donald. 44 

McBean, Donald 28 

McBeath, G 197 

McBride, Edward 73, 238(2), 272 

McCall, Daniel 84 

McCall, Duncan 84 

McCall, James 84 

McCall, John 204 

McCallum, Donald 43 

McCallum, Hugh 94, 95 

McCanty, Francis 125, 131, 134 

McCargar, Thomas 48 

McCarthy, Charles 105 

McCartney, William 35, 87(2) 

McCaulay, John 55 

McClellan, John 76 

McClellan, Martin 72 

McCollum, Daniel 197 

McCollum, John 81 

McCollum, Peter 80 

McCormick, John 90 

McCormick, Thomas 33, 73 

McCormick, William 89, 258 

McCracken, William 85 

McCrae, Thomas 94 

McCrae, Thomas 49 

McCrae, William 197 

McCuaig, John 175 

McCulloch, Thomas 225 

McCutcheon, Peter 165, 167 



McDermid, Donald 41 

McDermid, Hugh 45 

McDonald, Alexander.. ..173 

McDonald, Donald 236(2) 

McDonald, Duncan 134 

McDonald, Duncan C 136 

McDonald, Ivan ...173 

McDonald, William 204 

McDonell, Allan 41 

McDonell, Duncan 41 

McDonell, John 114 

McDonell, Peter 42 

McDonnell, Chris 77 

McDougald, Duncan 43 

McDougall, 265 

McDougall, Alexander.. .238 

McDougall, Donald 43 

McDougall, Nicholas 65 

McDouall, Robert.. .1, 4, 27, 116, 235 

McEwen, John 72 

McGee, James 225 

McGill, James 165 

McGillies, Alexander 42 

McGillies, Donald 42 

McGillis, Duncan, Sr 176 

McGillis, Duncan, Jr 176 

McGillivray, John 114 

McGillivray, John 126, 133 

McGillivray, Joseph 114, 128 

McGillivray, William 2, 103, 114 

McGinnis, Richard 193(2) 

McGregor, D 173 

McGregor, James 92, 93 

McGregor, John 93(2), 258 

McGulpin, George 210 



294 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



Me . ( Continued . } 



Mclntosh, Donald 53, 54, 58 

Mclntosh, Duncan 92 

Mclntosh, James 35, 91 

Mclntosh, John 44 

Mclntosh, John 53, 54, 59(2), 203 

Mclntyre, Daniel 88 

Mclntyre, Duncan 42 

Mclntyre, John 42 

Mclntyre, John W 82 

Mclntyre, Peter 42, 43 

McKargar, David 94 

McKarley, William 66 

McKay, Donald 43 

McKay, John 119 

McKay, John F 106 

McKay, Joseph S 119 

McKay, Louis E 120 

McKay, Stephen 122, 138 

McKay, Stephen S 119, 133 

McKay, William 96 114, 131, 209 

McKay, Wm J 56 

McKee, Alexander 75, 210 

McKee, Thos 91, 209 

McKenney, Amos 35, 71 

McKenzie, Alexander 42 

McKenzie, Alexander 179 

McKenzie, Alexander 103, 114 

McKenzie, Colin 54, 56 

McKenzie, Duncan 42 

McKenzie, H 137 

McKenzie, Henry 178 

McKenzie, James 226 

McKenzie, John 34, 41, 42, 263 

McKenzie, John 236 

McKenzie, Joseph 114 

McKenzie, Kenneth 114 

McKenzie, Roderick 178 

McKies, B.... 61 

McKinney, John 39 

McLaren, John 227 

McLaren, Thomas 197 

McLauchlan, John 261 

McLaughlin, Angus 204 

McLean, 55 

McLean, Alex 44 

McLean, Allan 37, 53, 54(2), 258 

McLean, Allan H 9, 13 



McLean, Arch. G 32, 37, 67, 258 

McLean, D Ill 

McLean, Donald 4 

McLean, George H 106 

McLean, John 128 

McLean, John 44 

McLean, John 50 

McLean, Murdock 41 

McLean, Neil 36, 44, 258 

McLellan, John 42, 270 

McLellan, John 76 

McLennan, John 270 

McLeod, ArchN 103, 114 

McLeod, Alex 43 

McLeod, Donald 261 

McLeod, Donald 43 

McLeod, Norman 200 

McLeod, Norman 43 

McLeod, Roderick 43 

McLeod, William 43 

McMahon, Edward 64, 67, 259 

McMartin, Alex 43 

McMartin, Donald 42 

McMartin, John 173 

McMichael, John 59 

McMicking, Gilbert 34 

McMicking, John 77 

McMillan, Alex 43 

McMillan, Alex 41, 258 

McMillan, Alex 42 

McMillan, Allan 43 

McMillan, Arch 173 

McMillan, Donald 43 

McMillan, Duncan 42 

McMillan, John 41 

McNab, Simon. 54, 

McNeal, Uriah 173 

McNider, John 145 

McPherson, Allan 55 

McPherson, Donald 42 

McPherson, Murdoch.... 42 

McQuarrie, Neil 237, 272 

McQuarters, Hugh 109, 111, 129 

McQueen, James.... 86 

McTavish, John... 166 

McVey, Thomas 197 



59 



M. 



Mabee, Oliver 84 

Mabey, M 17 

Macaulay, James 17 

Maccombe, Jarvis 215, 218 

Macdonell, A 46 

Macdonell, Alex. (Col- 

lachie) 33 



Macdonell, Alex 41 

Macdonell, Alex. (Green 
field) 42, 270 

Macdonell, Alex 42 

Macdonell, Alex 42 

Macdonell, Alex 42 

Macdonell, Alex 43 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



295 



M. (Continued.} 



Macdonell, Alex 43 

Macdonell, Allan 41 

Macdonell, Allan .-.. 43 

Macdonell, Allen 43 

Macdonell, Angus 43 

Macdonell, Angus (Roy) 43 

Macdonell, Arch 31 

Macdonell, Arch 45 

Macdonell, Arch 58, 258 

Macdonell, Donald 32, 43 

Macdonell, Donald 

(Greenfield) 42(2), 258, 270 

Macdonell, Donald 44 

Macdonell, Donald 54 

Macdonell, Duncan 41 

Macdonell, Duncan 37, 49 

Macdonell, George R.J... 27, 28, 116 

Macdonell, Henry 58 

Macdonell, James 41 

Macdonell, James 46 

Macdonell, James 46 

Macdonell, James 47 

Macdonell, James 237 

Macdonell, John 8, 35 

Macdonell, John 37, 46,258 

Macdouell, John 38 

Macdonell, John 43 

Macdonell, John 44 

Macdonell, Ranald 43 

Macdonnell, E 5 

MacDougall, Daniel 37 

MacKay, John 234 

Mackay, Hector S 65 

Macklem, William 64 

Macklem, James 77 

Mackonocbie, James 21 

Maillard, Jean B 172 

Mailloux, Benjamin 171 

Mailloux, Joseph 137, 171 

Mailloux, 

Joseph St. V 109, 125, 215, 218 

Mailloux, Pierre St. Y....184 
Maisonneuve, Charles.. ..178 

Maisonville, 90 

Maisonville, Alexis 91 

Maisonville, Toussaint.. 92 

Major, John P 70(2) 

Majoribanks, John 227 

Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia- 

kiah 219 

Malcolm, 27(2) 

Malcolm, Finlay 87 

Malcolm, John 87 

Malhiot, Eustache 162 

Malhiot, Francois V 122, 185 

Malhiot, Francois X 184 



Malhiot, Pierre 1 122, 184 

Malloy, Patrick 181, 182 

Manie", Jean 189 

Mann, Edward 137 

Manseau, Antoine 162 

Manthet, Nicholas 180 

Marasse, Pierre 123, 189 

Marcel, 181 

Marchand, Amable 160 

Marchand, Ambroise 109, 126, 272 

Marchand, Antoine 159 

Marchand, Gabriel 188 

Marchand, Hyacinthe....l60 

Marchand, J. B 210 

Marchand, Louis 197 

Marchand, Louis 201 

Marchesseau, Antoine. ...195 
Marchesseau, Augustin..l95 

Marchesseau, Chris 194 

Marchesseau, Thomas. ..193 
Marchesseau, Vildebar...239 

Marcille, Charles 170 

Marcoux, J 214 

Marcoux, Michel 152 

Marcoux, Pierre 175 

Marcoux, Pierre 152 

Markland, Thomas 53, 54 

Markland, Thomas 55 

Markle, Chris 46 

Markle, Henry 46(2) 

Markle, Jacob J.. 46 

Markle, Michael 47 

Marigold, Thomas 65 

Marion, Antoine 182 

Marler, L 14, 269 

Marlow, Benj 15 

Marmette, Joseph 239 

Marsh, John 15 

Martel, Pierre 193 

Martin, George 211 

Martin, Jean B 159 

Martin dit Pelland, 

Pierre 183 

Martin dit Pelland, 

Pierre 184 

Martineau, Claude 183 

Martineau, Dominique. ..183 

Martineau, Edouard 122 

Martineau, Edouard 142 

Martineau, Jean B 155 

Masse, Charles 188 

Masse, Jean 128 

Massecar, Abraham 86 

Mas^on, Eustache 171 

Masson, Joseph 177 

Masson, Joseph 137 



296 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



M. (Continued.} 



Masson, Louis 176 

Masson, Louis 178 

Massue, Gaspard 135, 141 

Massue, Louis 141 

Massue, Nicholas 169 

Mathieu, Charles 179 

Mathieu, Jean M 179 

Mathieu, Louis 150 

Mathurin, Francois 123 

Matte, Pierre 194 

Matthews, Thomas 68 

Maugrain, Maurice 174 

Maule, John 6, 13 

Maxwell, James 114 

May, John 73 

Mayrand, Etienne 138, 159(2) 

Meacham, Jeremiah 173 

Meacham, Seth 59 

Mead, Benjamin 86 

Meiklejohn, William 152 

Meilleur, Joseph 176 

Meloche, Joshua 171 

Melville, Juste 123 

Melvin, Robert 145 

Mercer, Andrew 33, 68 

Mercier, Augustin 135, 143 

Mercier, Joseph 182 

Mercure, Augustin 120, 151 

Merkley, George 46 

Merkley, Jacob. 46 

Merkley, Jacob H 47 

Meneclier, Nicholas 169 

Merritt, James L 146 

Merritt, Thomas 70 

Merritt, William 70 

Merritt, W. H 70, 71, 270 

Messa, 199 

Metcalfe, Henry 35, 85, 86 

Metchler, William 130, 133, 169 

Methot, Louis 120 

Metoss 219 

Meunier, Antoine 200 

Meunier, Pierre 195 

Meyers, Adam H 61 

Meyers, Daniel 46 

Meyers, George W 59 

Meyers, J. W 59 

Meyers, Peter W 60 

Michaels, Meyer 165 

Michaud, J. M 154 

Michaud, Pierre 154 

Migneault, Etienne J 195 

Migneron, Charles 181 

Miles, James 64 

Miller, Daniel 200 

Miller, George 54, 56 



Miller, George 205 

Miller, James 125 

Miller, James 204 

Miller, John 79 

Miller, John 129 

Miller, John F 237 

Miller, Wm. D 79 

Millet, Charles 190 

Millet, Jean B 185 

Millet, Louis 186 

Mills, Guy 200 

Mills, James 66 

Mills, John 65 

Mills, Joseph L 20 

Mills, William 90 

Milne, James 101, 191 

Milnes, H. B. 1, 5, 269 

Mrreau, Jean 181 

Misener, John 77 

Miskiuankai. See Livingston, R. R. 

Mitchell, David 210 

Mitchell, James 227 

Mitchell, James 84 

Mitchell, James 136, 146 

Mitchell, William 33, 53, 54 

Mockler, R 28 

Moffat, George 166 

Molson, John 131 

Molson, John, Jr 163 

Molson, William, Jr 166 

Monarque, Joseph 173 

Monarque, J. B 172 

Monarque, Paul 172 

Mondelet, Jean M 137, 170 

Mondor, Andre 183 

Mondor, Pierre 183 

Moudor, Pierre 195 

Montgomery, George 17 

Montgomery, H 6 

Montigny, Charles 180 

Montizambert, Louis 143, 262 

Montpetit, Francois 175 

Montpetit, Hyacinthe....l75 

Montpetit, Joseph 174 

Montpetit, Pierre 175 

Moore, John 81 

Moore, Jonathan 80 

Moore, Robert 237 

Moore, William 200 

Moorhead, John 4, 105, 107 

Moorhead, Robert 129, 272 

Moorsom, H. N 4 

Moquin, Louis 144 

Morand, Amable 172 

Morden, James 65 

Moreau, Jean B 180 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



297 



M. (Continued.) 



Morewood, G. A 17 

Morgan, David 79 

Morgan, George 45 

Morgan, William 44 

Morin, Augustin 186 

Morin, B 154 

Morin, Francois 154 

Morin, J. Alexis 153 

Morin, Louis M 155 

Morin, William 131, 134 

Morin dit Ducharme, J...148 

Morisset, Paul 151 

Morris, Alexander 51 

Morris, John C 240 

Morris, William 50 

Morrison, Joseph W 10 

Moulton, Ezekiel 198 

Mount, Francois 120 

Mountain, 165 

Mountain, J 20 

Mountain, S. J 20 

Muirhead, James 34, 72 



Muirhead, James, Jr 73 

Muirhead, John, Sr 79 

Muirhead, John B 81 

Mulcaster, Sir W. H 225, 254 

Munro, Augustin 172 

Munro, David 145, 150 

Munro, Hugh 48 

Munro, John 139, 158 

Munro, John 145 

Munroe, Henry 114 

Munroe, John 46 

Munsell, Benj. R 52 

Murchison, Duncan 42 

Mure, John 135, 145, 147 

Murney, Henry 204 

Murray, John 28 

Murray, Patrick 130, 173, 262 

Mustard, George 64 

Mustard, James 63 

Myers, Christopher 5(2) 

Myers, George 170 



N. 



Nadeau, Alexandre 188 

Naiwash 219 

Namure, Joseph 239 

Napier, Duncan C 261 

Neilson, John 146 

Nelles, Abraham 80, 258 

Nelles, Henry 80 

Nelles, William 80 

Nelson, Alfred 194 

Nelson, David 163 

Nelson, George 112 

Nelson, Jonathan 204 

Nelson, Robert 137, 218 

Nelson, Robert 205 

Nesfield, William 5, 9 

Neveu, Augustin 171 

Nevill, James 88 

Newton, David 82, 271 

Nichol, Alexander 234 

Nichol, Robert 31, 85, 258 



Nicholls, Gustavus 15 

Nicol, Jean Bte 187 

Nobert, Hyacinthe 160 

Noble, Isla nd 173 

Noble, William B 226 

Noel, 128 

Noel, J. B. Tilly 149 

Noiseaux, Petrus 126 

Nolin, Jean B 98 

Nolin, Pierre 200 

Noreau, J. L 129, 131, 134 

Noreau, J. Bte 168 

Normandeau, Charles.. ..171, 272 

Normanville de 138 

Norris, James 53, 61 

Norris, Thomas 20 

Norris, Thomas 240 

Norton, Issacher 198 

Norton, John 220, 272 

Noyelle de Fleurimont,P.185 



O Conor, Sir R. J. L... 203,225,228,272 

O Doherty, John P 125, 157 

O Leary, Edward 17 

O Malley, Thomas 17 

O Neil, J. B. R 21 

O Reilly, H. W 17 

O Riley, Daniel 65 

O Sullivan, Daniel 137 

O Sullivan, Michael 191 

Oakes, John 160 

Odell, Joseph 197 



Ogden, Charles R 138, 157 

Ogden, David 164, 166 

Ogilvie, Archibald 197 

Ogilvie, James 23 

Ogilvie, John 165, 172 

Ogilvy, John , 164, 176 

Oldham, Jacob 177 

Oldmixon, E. N 227 

Olivier, Bazile 195 

Olivier, Charles 137 

Olivier, Hercule 126 



298 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



0. (Continued.) 



Olivier, J. B 184 

Olivier, Louis 183 

Olwier, Maxirne 137, 183, 184, 

Olivier, Paul 180 

Osborne, William 205 

Ostigny, Pierre 188 

Ostrum, Derrick 173 

Otty, Allen 226 

Ouellet, Jean 176 



Ouellet, Francois 185 

Ouillette, Jean B 92 

266 Ouimet, Francois 177 

Ounagechtai 220 

Overfield, Emmanuel 66 

Oviatt, William 146 

Owen, Abner 87 

Owen, Chas. C 226 



P. 



Paifer, Janvier 120 

Painchaud, F 214 

Painchaud, Joseph 118, 143 

Pallardie, Joseph .....186 

Palmer, George G 9 

Palmer, Matthew 17 

Pamamai 220 

Pambrun, Andre D 103, 174 

Pambrun, P. Chris 106 

Panet, Bernard A 118, 143, 272 

Panet, Bonaventure 180 

Panet, P. A. M 131 

Panet, Philippe 119, 144 

Papineau, J. L , Jr 102, 131, 167 

Papineau, P 103 

Paquet, Boniface 177 

Piquet, Joseph 184 

Paquette, Etienne 180 

Paradis, Jean B. A 240 

Pare, Antoine 148 

Pare, Francois X 129, 134 

Parent, Alexis 92 

Parent, Antoine 120, 135, 142, 152 

Parent, Dominique 175 

Parent, Dominique 215 

Parent, Jacques 92 

Parent, Joseph 91 

Parent, Joseph 240 

Parent, Michel 152 

Parish. Eliada 51 

Park, Shubael 79 

Park, William 86 

Parkes, Cyrenius 57 

Parrot, James 55 

Partenais, Etienne 183 

Partener, Louis 168 

Pasteur, Charles 170 

Patenaude, E 239 

Paterson, Andrew 164, 165, 166 

Patrick, William P 238, 272 

Patterson, James 204 

Patterson, Leslie 88 

Patterson, Peter 146 

Pattinson, Richard 92 

Paul, A 13 



Paul, William 226 

Pauze, Jean B 179 

Pawling, Henry, Sr 73 

Pawling, Henry, Jr 81 

Pawling, Peter 73 

Pawquokoman 215 

Payan dit St. Onge, 

Charles 185 

Paye, Charles 149 

Payet, Pierre 180 

Payette, Antoine 182 

Payette, Francois, Jr 181 

Payment dit Lariviere, 

Joseph , 171 

Peacocke, T. G 9 

Pearcy, J. R 239, 240 

Pearson, Alex. S 226 

Pearson, Thomas 28 

Peck, John 93, 95 

Peck, Robert 94 

Peck, William 93 

Pelissier, Pierre B 160 

Pelissier, Regise, Sr 160 

Pelissier, Regise, Jr 161 

Pelissier, Theophile 161 

Pell, James 199 

Pellerin, David 182 

Peltier, J., Jr 167 

Peltier, Joseph 183 

Peltier, Joseph B 181 

Penn, Henry P., Jr 123 

Pennoyer, Jesse 200 

Pepin, Joseph 177 

Percival, M. H 1, 103, 271 

Peregrear, J 123 

Perkin, A 241 

Perkin, Joseph 200 

Perras, Pierre 114, 119, 123 

Perras, Pierre, Jr 147 

Perrault, Andre 183 

Perrault, Augustin 169 

Perrault, Charles N 141 

Perrault, Francois 181 

Perrault, Jacques 179 

Perrault, Joseph 167 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



299 



P. (Continued.) 



Perrault, Joseph B 181 

Perrault, Joseph F. A 106, 128 

Perrault, Joseph F 141 

Perrault, Louis 160 

Perrault, Louis 180 

Perrault, Olivier 103, 146 

Perrault, Paul 151 

Perrin, Joseph 210 

Perry, David 56 

Peters, John 36, 61, 258 

Peters, John, Jr 61 

Peters, T 26 

Petop 220 

Petre, Jean B 92 

Petrimuult, F. M 200 

Petrimoulx, Pierre 181 

Pettit, Jonathan J 81 

Pettit, Robert 81 

Phelps, 264 

Phillips, Elisha 53, 54, 57 

Phillips, William 149 

Phillips, Ziba M 38, 49 

Phillott, Henry 21 

Philpotts, George 21 

Phineas, Isaac 125, 159 

Phoenix, Jean B., Sr 194 

Phoenix, Jean B., Jr 195 

Picard, 147 

Picard, Paul 170, 171 

Pickle, John 198 

Piedalu, Julien 188 

Piedeloup, Joseph 193(2) 

Pierre, Henry, Jr 137 

Pilett, Isadore 240 

Pilkington, Edward 253 

Pinsonnault, Benoit 190 

Pinsonnault, Francois. ..190 
Pinsonnault, Francois. ..192 

Pinsonnault, Paul T 194 

Pingle, Henry 64 

Pinguet, Charles 143 

Pinguet, Francois X 135, 141 

Pinguet, Louis B 100, 129, 143 

Pipon, Elias 6 

Piquet, Louis 181 

Pitt, Thomas 153 

Place, Thomas 105, 106, 145 

Plamondon, Godefroy....l95 

Plamondon, Jacques 151 

Plamondon, Louis HI, 135, 144 

Plamondon, Pierre 186 

Plante, Augustin 150 

Plante, Joseph 150 

Platt, George 163 

Playter, 67 

Playter, Eli 67 



Playter, George, Jr 63 

Plenderleath, Charles 27 

Plucknett, Thomas J 205 

Poiree, Barth 149 

Poiree, Jean 149 

Poirier, Joseph 193 

Poison, James 198 

Pollard, Richard 20 

Popham, Stephen 225 

Porcheron, Joseph D 190 

Pprlier, Jean J 96, 

Porlier, Jacques 98, 

Porlier, Joseph 186 

Porteous, Andrew 166 

Porteous, Charles 137, 

Porteous, James 179 

Porteous, William 123, 

Porteous, William 178 

Porter, John 105, 

Porter, John 198 

Porter, Timothy 54, 

Portneuf, Ignace 215, 

Pothier, Toussaint,Sr.... 98, 
Pothier, Toussaint, Jr.. ..167, 

Potts, Jacob 84 

Potts, John 88 

Poulin, Jean 150 

Poulin, Jean B 152 

Poulin, Louis 187 

Poulin, Paul 187, 

Poulin deCourval, 102, 

Poulin de Courval, 



97(2) 
99 



180 
180 
106 

61 
218 

167, 168 
169 



272 
118 

157 



Antoine 138, 

Poulin de Courval, 

Jean B 125 

Pouliti de Courval, 

Jean B 161 

Poutre, A 129 

Powell, 99 

Powell, Grant 34, 37, 205, 259 

Powell, Harry 13 

Powell, J 131, 134 

Powell, John 72, 75 

Powell, Joseph 199 

Powell, Thomas 6, 133, 269 

Powell, William 79 

Power, John H 132 

Power, Manley 9, 23 

Powers, Henry 198 

Powers, William 72 

Poyntz, Newdigate 15, 225 

Pratt, Edward 128 

Pratt, Modeste 138, 157 

Pratt, Peter 129 

Prefontaine, Alexis 190 

Pregreau, Louis 174 



300 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



P. (Continued.) 



Prendergast, E. L 106, 271 

Prendergast, James. .105, 106,119,1 31, 

134, 240 

Prevost, 180 

Prevost, Amable 137 

Prevost, Charles 148 

Prevost, Charles 169 

Prevost, Sir George 1 

Prevost, Hyacinthe 179 

Prevost, Joseph (I.) 172 

Prevost, Joseph (II.) 173 

Prevost, Leandre 182 

Prevost, Michel 181 

Prevost, Michel 182 

Priraeau, Joachim 128, 129 

Primeau, Seraphin 119 

Prince, Joseph 162 

Pring, Daniel 225 

Pringle, Alexander.. .33, 35, 91, 92, 238 



57 



24 



Pringle, Henry ............... 35 

Pringle, Joseph ............... 54, 

Prior, James M., Jr ........ 126 

Prive, Michel .................. 188 

Procter, Henry ............... 9, 

Procter, John ................. 9 

Proulx, Francois ............ 181 

Proulx, Louis J ............. 151 

Proulx dit Clement, 

Antoine .................... 171 

Provencher, Louis C.. 107,134,271, 272 
Provost, Guillaume ........ 150 

Pullman, James .............. 96 

Purdy, Daniel ................ 204 

Purvis, Francis .............. 204, 226 

Putnam, John ................ 79 

Pye, A. H ....................... 5 

Pyke, George .................. 135, 145 



Quentin, Barth 173 

Quesnel, 68 

yuesnel. F. Augustin 130, 167 

Qut-snel, Jules 167 

Quintal, Augustin 190 

Rabv, Pierre 180 

Raby, Roger Ill, 143 

Ricey, Benjamin 140, 150 

Racel, Thomas 265 

Racicot, Charles 169 

Racicot, Chrisost"me 190 

Racine, Luc C ....168 

Racine dit Voyer, Louis.. 1 52 

Radcliffe, Chas 226, 255 

Radenhurst, John 235, 255 

Rainville, Joseph 98, 210 

Rainville, Paul 152 

R lizaine, Ignace 176 

Rancour, Francois 152 

Randall, William 261 

Ranz, 199 

Rapelje, A. A 37, 85, 258 

Rapelje, Daniel 88 

Rapp, George F 211 

Rastel de Rocheblave, 

J. P 103, 114 

Ratchwell, 32 

Raymond, Gabriel 182 

Raymond, Hyacinthejr.189 

Raymond, Jean B 190 

Raymond, Joseph 186 

Raymond, Trueman 34 

Raynham, 226 

Read, George 72 



luintal, Francois 185 

[uintal, Francois 196 

>uirouet, Francois 143 

[uirouet, Remi Ill, 129 



R. 



Read, Samuel 52 

Read. William 51, 52 

Reaume, Charles 90, 211 

Reaume, Pierre 92 

Reaume, Thomas P 92 

Redmond, G R 17 

Reguaud, Jean B 163 

Reid, J 17 

Reid, John 60 

Rtiffenstein, 

John C 28,118. 119, 122,272 

Reiley, Patrick 264 

Remy, Leopold 188 

Renaud, Archange 195 

Renaud, Charles 195 

Renaud, Jean B 178 

Renaud, Joseph 189 

Renaud, Pierre 179 

Reniau, Jean B 192 

Renoy, Francois 185 

Renvoyze, Etienne 125 

Rescillon, Andre.... 201 

Reynolds, Benjamin 199 

Reynolds, Ebenezer 36, 89, 258 

Reynolds, Sylvanus 88 

Reychand, John 199 

Rhycard, John 200(n4) 

Riall, Sir P 9 

Rice, Moses 88 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



301 



R. (Continued.} 



Richard, Pierre 182 

Richard, Urbain 196 

Richards, Henry L 226 

Richards, John 54 

Richards, Owen 53, 54, 58 

Richards, Thomas 145 

Richardson, Benjamin.... 61 

Richardson, George 237 

Richardson, J 28, 234 

Richardson, James, Jr.. ..204, 226 

Richardson, John 164 

Richardson, John 61 

Richardson, Joseph 109, 125, 197 

Richardson, Reuben 63 

Richardson, Robert, Sr..205, 210, 259 
Richardson, Robert, Jr. ..40, 53,55,205 

Richardson, Robert 53 

Richardson, Robert 33, 54 

Riche, Augustin 172 

Richerville, Jean B 220 

Ridge, W 28 

Ridout, George 67 

Ridout, John 205 

Ridout, Samuel 67 

Rilsey, John 52 

Ringuet. Pierre 159 

Rioux, Paul 154 

Ritchie, Benjamin 152 

Ritter, Lewis 109 

Rivard, Alexis 240 

Riv^. Etienne 190 

Rive, Etienne 191 

Riverin, Charles 154 

Rives, John J 168 

Rivet, Joseph 182 

Robbins, Henry 38 

Robert, Francois 192 

Robert, Jacques 191 

Roberts, Charles 235(2) 

Roberts, R 6 

Robertson, James 40, 76, 258 

Robertson, James ...226 

Robertson, John 73 

Robertson, William 72 

Robichaud, Anselme 154 

Robins, William 53, 54, 55 

Robinson, David 46 

Robinson, F. P 9 

Robinson, Sir F. P 9 

Robinson, James 79 

Robinson, John B 67 

Robinson, Peter 63, 258 

Robinson, Webb 136 

R obinson, William 14, 37, 262 

R obinson, William 86 

R obinson, William 237, 272 



Robinson, Wm. H 14 

Robitaille, F 102 

Robitaille, Ignace 137 

Robitaille, Ignace 180 

Robitaille, Jacques 186 

Robhaille, Louis 143 

Roche, Joseph 184 

Rocheblave, 

J. P. Rastel de 103, 114 

Rocheleau, Francois X...205 

Rocher, Earth 181 

Rochette, Pierre 142 

Rogers, D. McG 32, 36, 61, 258 

Rogerson, James 146 

Rolette, Chas. F 204. 226 

Rolette, H Ill 

Rolette, Joseph 97, 98 

Rolette, Laurent 119 

Rolin,Paul 177 

Rolland, Francois 122(2) 

Rolland, Jean R 167 

Rolland, J. R 131 

Rollin, Dom. B 169 

Rolette, Hyppolite 136, 144 

Rolotte, Louis 119 

Rolph, George 84 

R Iph, John 33 

Rolph, Romaine 85 

Romaine, Franc is 141, 142 

Ron.aine, Pierre 135. 136, 143, 144 

Rombough, William 57 

Romilly. Samuel 15 

Roque," Augustin 211 

Roque, Jo>eph 211 

Rorbnck, Andrew 76 

Rose, Alexander 37, 46 

Rose, Alexander 41 

Rose, Hugh 66 

Ross, David 164 

Ross, Daniel 33 

Ross, James 145 

Ross, John 145 

Ross, William 63 

Rosseau, Don) 166 

Rosseau, Jean B 65 

Rosseau, Joseph 162 

Rototte, Pierie, Sr 114 

Rototte, Pierre, Jr 114, 131, 134 

Rottote, Pierre 183 

Roundhead 219 

Rousseau, Guillaume 148 

Rousseaux, George 210 

Rousseaux, Jean B 210 

Routier, Antoine 151 

Routier, Jean B 167 

Rowan, James 4, 269 



302 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



R. (Continued.) 



Rowe, George 77 

Rowe, James 227 

Rowe, John 77 

Rowley, Edward 226 

Roy, Alexandre 153 

Roy, Benjamin, Jr 153 

Roy, Chas. F 167 

Roy, Etierine..; 169 

Roy, Etienne F 147, 148 

Roy, Francois 169 

Roy, Francois 148 

Roy, Gabriel 169, 172 

Roy, George 239 

Roy, Jacques 182 

Roy, Jean B 179 

Roy, Joseph 190 

Roy, Joseph 169 

Roy, Joseph 144 

Roy, Laurent 191, 193 

Roy, Michel 126 

Roy, Pierre 115 

Roy, Venant 115 

Roy dit Lapensee,Pierre..l70 



St, 



St. Clair,J. P 16 

St. Dizier, Etienne N 170 

St. Dizier, Etienne N, Jr.. 106, 170, 271 
St. Francisjoseph A. de.,215 
St.Germain,J.BertraDd..215, 217, 218 
St. Germain, Hyaciuthe..266 
St. Germain, 

Hyacinthe, Sr 137, 176(2) 

St. Germain, 

Hyacinthe, Jr 126, 138 

St. Germain, J 210 

St. Germain, Jean B 186 

St. Germain, Jean E 215 

St. Germain, Joseph 211 

St. Germain, Louis 195 

Sabine, Edward 261 

Salaberrv, 

Charles M. de... 28,103,105,133, 271 

Salaberry, Louis de 118, 143, 214 

Salmon, G. C 36, 85, 258 

Sampson, Theo 204 

Samson, Jean 149 

Sanders, Samuel 211 

Sanford, John 137 

Sanguinet, Ambroise 191 

Sanscrainte, J. B 211 

Sasseville, J 240 

Saunders, Thomas 226 

Saunderson, H 6 

Sauvage, Richard P 120 



Roy dit Lauzier, B 153 

Roy dit Portlance, Louis. 167 

Ruel, Louis 204 

Ruiter, Francis 198 

Ruiter, Henry 198 

Ruiter, John 199 

Ruiter, Jacob 199 

Runchey, George 76 

Runchey, Robert, Sr 72, 76 

Russell, William 226 

Ruttan, Henry 37, 61 

Ryan, J 123, 240 

Ryan, Philip 118 

Rjckman, Samuel 65 

Ryerse, George J 86 

Ryerse, Samuel 86 

Ryerson, George 37, 84 

Ryerson, Joseph 84, 258 

Ryerson, Samuel 84 

Rykely, Andrew 57 

Ryland, H. W 1 

Rymal, Jacob 265 

Rymal, Philip 265 

St. George, Thomas B.... 28 

St. James, Rene 178 

St. Julien. Antoine 175 

St. Julie^ Michel 174 

St. Louis, Antoine, Sr...l25, 138, 157 
St. Louis, AntoineL., Jr.. 126 
St. Martin, Jean Bapt....l85 
St. Martin, Jean Bapt...l85 

St. Martin, Nicholas 159 

St. Onge, Nicholas 176 

St. Ours, Charles P. de...!81(2) 

St. Ours, Louis R. de 184 

St. Ours, Paul R. de 181 

St. Pierre, Joseph 211 



S. 



Sauvageau, Alexis 192 

Sauvageau, Michel 143 

Savage, John, Sr 109, 198 

Savage, John, Jr 109, 198 

Savage, Rowland 237 

Savarie, Jean B 196 

Saveuse, Beaujeu de 167 

Savoie, Joseph, Jr 148 

Saxton, William 88 

Sayer, Edward 210 

Scarlet, John 68 

Schiller, Benjamin 126 

Schmid, Theoph 240 

Schneider. See also Snyder. 
Schneider, Charles 175 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



303 



S. (Continued.} 



Schneider, William 175 

Scholfield, Ira 51 

Schultz, Andre 161 

Schultz, John 64 

Schwartz. Peter 211 

Scott, Hercules 25, 116 

Scott, John 130, 131, 134 

Scott, Joseph 225, 227 

Scott, John 225, 226 

Scratch, Peter 90 

Seacord, John 265 

Seager, David 58 

Seaman, Samuel 238 

Secord, Daniel 34, 72 

Secord, David 76 

Secord, David 88 

Secord, Elijah 73 

Secord, James 72 

Secord, James 73 

Secord, John 70 

Secord, John 73, 271 

Secord, John, Jr 77 

Secord, P. Van C 72 

Seguin, Francois 179 

Seguin, Pierre L 144 

Seixas, Samuel 240 

Selby, George 165 

Selby, George, Jr 130 

Selby, Thomas 63 

Senet, Jean Bte 182 

Senet, Joseph 181 

Serjeant, Keable 262 

Servos, Daniel K 38, 73 

Servos, John D 73, 82 

Servos, William 80 

Servos, William 72 

Sewell, Stephen 165 

Sharp, John 56 

Shaubena 267 

Shaver, 46 

Shaver, Adam 46 

Shaver, Jacob N 47 

Shaver, John 46 

Shaver, Nicholas J 47 

Shaver, Peter 46 

Shaver, Peter 49 

Shavers, Michael 265 

Shaw, Angus 114 

Shaw, ^Bneas 31 

Shaw, George 73 

Shaw, Richard 236 

Shaw, William 92 

Shaw, William, Sr 35, 93 

Shayendakhon 219 

Shea, Timothy 204 

Sheaffe, Sir R. H 2, 8, 24 



Sheek, David 32, 44 

Sheppard, Peter 129 

Sheppard, William 140 

Sherman, Prince 264 

Sherwood, 62 

Sherwood, Adiel 33, 51 

Sherwood, Livius P 36, 50, 258 

Sherwood, Reuben. ...32, 35, 50, 51 
Shipman, George 73 

SHIPS : 

Adams 203 (nil) 

Arab 226 

Black Snake 202, 222 

Brock 222 

Broke 223 

Buffalo 222 

(Building) 202 

Canada (ship) 222 

Canada 223 

Caledonia 202 

Ceylon 226 

Charwell 222 

Chippawa 202, 223 

Chub 223 

Cleopatra 222 

Colonel Murray 223 

Colonel Myers 202 

Confiance 223 

Cornwall 222 

Cryster 222 

Detroit (I.) 202 

Detroit (II.) 202, 223 

D >ver 225 

Duke ot Gloucester 202 

Duke of Kent 222 

Eagle 224(n22), 253, 257 

Earl of Moira 202, 222 

Eliza 202 

Erie 223 

Finch 223 

General Beresford 222 

General Brock 223 

General Drummond 223 

General Hunter 202, 223 

General Simcoe 223 

Glengarry 222 

Growler 224(n21), 253, 257 

Huron 223 

Icicle 223 

Jaseur 227 

Kingston 222 

Lady Prevost 202, 223 

La Fantome 226, 227(2) 

Lais 222 

Little Belt 202, 223 



304 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



SHIPS (Continued.) 



Linnet 223 

Lord Cochrane 223 

Lord Melville 202, 222 

Lord Wellington 223 

Magnet 222 

Manly 225, 227(3) 

Mars 224(n23) 

Marshal Beresford 223 

Mink 202 

Montreal 203, 222 

Nancy 202, 223 

Nelly 222 

Nelson 222 

Netley 222, 255 

Newash 223 

Niagara 222 

Niagara (gunboat) 222 

Niagara (brig) 223 

Ohio 231(n36,50) 

Perseverance 202 

Porcupine 231 (n), 255 

President 224(n24) 

Prince Regent ...222 

Princess Charlotte 222 

Psyche 222 

Quebec 222 

Queen Charlotte 202, 223 

Queenston 222 

Retaliation 222 

Royal George 202, 222 

St. Lawrence 222 

Scorpion 225 

Shannon 223 

Sir George Prevost 223 

Sir Home Popham 223 

Sir Isaac Brock 202 

Sir James L. Yeo 223 

Sir Sidney Beckwith....223 

Sir Sidney Smith 202, 222 

Somers 231(n36,50), 255 

Star 222 

Tecumseth 223 

Tenedos 227 

Thistle 226(2) 

Thunder 202, 222 

(Unnamed) 223 

Vittoria 222 

Wasp 225 

Wolfe (I.) 202, 222 

Wolfe (II.) 222 

York 222 



Shoaf, Dennis 86 

Short, Charles 38 

Short, J. Q 17 



Short, R. G 20 

Showers, Daniel 82 

Shuter, John 167 

Shuter, Joseph Ill, 125, 185 

Sicard, Chevalier 159 

Simard, Francois 152 

Simmons, Abraham 61 

Simons, John K 65 

Simons, Titus G 36, 37, 65, 258 

Simons, W. W 37 

Simpson, Joseph 237 

Sinclair. See also St. Clair. 

Sinclair, James 204 

Sinclair, James 205 

Sinclair, John 227 

Sinclair, John S 1, 13, 19 

Sirois dit Duplessis, P.. ..154 

Skelton, Edward 205, 227 

Skeltou, Henry 13 

Skinner, R. P 6 

Slater, Wm. T 238 

Smalley, Arad 64 

Smart, James 227 

Smelt, William 27, 116(2) 

Smith, 239 

Smith (103rd) 135 

Smith, Anson 34, 53, 54 

Smith, Charles 92 

Smith, Charles 147 

Smith, Cyrus 59 

Smith, George 265 

Smith, George 204 

Smith, Henry 234 

Smith, Israel 81 

Smith, John 265 

Smith, John D 62 

Smith, Johnson 173 

Smith, Larratt 14 

Smith, M 226 

Smith, Nicholas 77 

Smith, Patrick 53, 55 

Smith, Robert 147 

Smith, Roswell 199 

Smith, Terence 50 

Smith, Thomas 66 

Smith, William 57 

Smith, William 68 

Smith, William 84 

Smith, William 91, 92(2) 

Smith, William 145 

Smith, William L 73 

Snetsinger, Nathaniel.... 45 
Snipe, The. See Norton, John. 

Snurr, Jeremiah 42 

Snyder, Andrew 47, 48 

Snyder, Christian 199 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



305 



S. (Continued.) 



Snyder, Solomon 48(2) 

Soare, Charles 17 

Solomon, E. W 6 

Solomon, William 211 

Soper, Levi 52 

Sorcy, Pierre de 184 

Spafford, Hiram 264 

Spalding, Thomas M 61 

Sparham, Thomas 53, 54, 55 

Sparks, Thos. H 15 

Sparrow, E. P 4, 13 

Spelman, Daniel 75 

Spence, H. R F 226 

Spencer, Benjamin C 53, 54, 57 

Spencer, Hazelton 56 

Spencer, John 61 

Spencer, Patrick 238 

Spenhard, Charles 211 

Splitlog 219 

Spilsbury, F. B 225 

Springer, Daniel 88 

Springstead, Jacob 265 

Stanton, Robert 67 

Stanton, William 33 

Starnes, Edward 120, 126, 137 

Staveley, William 6 

Stean, John 28, 105 

Steel, David 200 

Steel, John 204 

Steele, Abraham G 109 

Steele, Alexander 109, 255 

Steele, R. C 15 

Steiger, Albert 9 

Steiger, R 9 

Stephenson, G. B 81 

Stephenson, Simcoe 73 

Sterling, William 93, 94 

Stevens, Styles 65 

Stevenson, William 266 

Stewart, Arch 10 

Stewart, Charles G 145 



Stewart, George 44 

Stewart, George 111(2), 128 

Stewart, Harry 45 

Stewart, Henry 44 

Stewart, John 44 

Stewart, John 101 

Stewart, John 145 

Stewart, William 17 

Stinsnn, John 53, 58 

Stitson, Joseph 240 

Stocks, j. C 238 

Stockwell, James 90 

Stokoe, Thomas 225 

Stone, Joel 36, 51, 25d 

Stoviri, R 9 

Strachan, John 20 

Street, John 77 

Street, Samuel 33, 79 

Struthers, James 205 

Struthers, John 52 

Stuart, 33 

Stuart, Andrew 145 

Stuart, G O K 20 

Stuart, Henry 44 

Stuart, John 50 

Stubinger, George 101 

Stubinger, Henry 120 

Stull, 264 

Sullivan, John 240 

Sumner, Cyrus 34, 259, 270 

Surprenant, Francois 190 

Sutherland, Daniel 19, 165 

Sutherland, John J 43 

Sutherland, Joseph 41 

Sutherland, W. R 43 

Swayze, Isaac 40, 270 

Swayzie, F. G 73 

Sylvestre, Moise 182 

Symes, George 135, 145 

Symington, John 33 



T. 



Tache, B 153 

Tache, Charles 106, 128, 155 

Tache, Etienne P 131, 134 

Tache, Paschal 153 

Tache, Paschal J 153 

Taillon, Joseph 152 

Taissons, Ignace 218 

Ta-Kanentyne ^19 

Talbot, Anthony 155 

Talbot, Thomas 36, 88, 258 

Talham, Joseph A 122 

Talon, Jean B 187 

Tangue, Pierre 148 



Tans well, Robert 128(2) 

Tanswell, S. J 241 

Taplin, Francis 198 

Taplin, Johnson 198 

TarieudeLaNaudire,X.100, 271 

Taschereau, Jean T 100, 150 

Taschereau, 

Thomas P. J....118, 128, 150, 260 

Taylor, Allan 60 

Taylor, George.. ..28, 252, 253(2), 270 

Taylor, John 62 

Taylor, John 80, 81 

Taylor, Ralph 101 



306 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



T. (Continued.} 



Taylor, Thomas 235(2) 

Tecumseth 219 

Teeple, William 87 

Teharonghweandots 219 

Tekanyontonyon 219 

Tellier, Joachim 126, 239 

TenBroeck, 73 

Tenbroeck, Jacob 80 

Terrier, Andre 126, 239 

Terriere, Toussaint 133 

Tessier, Charles 189 

Testard de Montigny, 

Jean B 174 

Testard de Montigny, 

JeanB.T 122 

Testu, Hyacinthe 182 

Tete-du-Chien 267 

Tetreau, Andre 190 

Tetreau, Jean M 190 

Tetreau, Toussaint 195 

Tetu, Francois 155 

Tetu, Felix 135, 143, 272 

Teyoninhokarawen 220 

Thain, Thomas 164 

Theantacutye 219 

Thenyaweghs 219 

Thenyaweghs Brother.. 219 

Therien, Joseph 182 

Thesiger, George 18 

Thibault, Augustin 151 

Thibault, P 180 

Thierry, Pierre 211 

Thorn," Alex 17 

Thomas Davis 220 

Thomas, H. J 107 

Thompson, Augustine.. ..236 

Thompson, Andrew 64 

Thompson, Edward 68 

Thompson, David 76 

Thompson, David 178 

Thompson, James 77 

Thompson, James 79 

Thompson, John 59(2) 

Thompson, John 53, 54, 57 

Thompson, Timothy 56 

Thompson, William 14 

Thompson, William 65 

Thorn, Nathaniel 6 

Thorner, 72, 271 

Thrower, George 37 

Tiffany, Gideon 88 

Tilly, Noel Jean B 149(2) 

Tinta, John 239 

Tisdale, Matthew 84 

Tisdale, Samuel 84 

Tobin, Jacques 152 



Tom 220 

Tomah 267 

Tonnancour, 

Charles C. de 125 

Tonnancour, 

George G. de... 119 

Tonnancour, J. M. de....!23, 157 
Tonnancour, 

Joseph G. de 139 

Tonnancour, M.J. de,Jr.!60, 161 
Tonnancour, Pierre de...l29 
Tonnancour, P.C.G. de..lOO 
Tonnancour, 

Pierre J. G. de...H9, 143, 157, 272 
Toowaghwenkaraghk- 

wen 220 

Torrens, S. B 9, 13, 105 

Touch^, Gaspard 170 

Tourgeon, Joseph B 137 

Toussaint, 102 

Tousley, Sykes 36, 87 

Toutant, Amable 158 

Travers, Jeremiah...? 63 

Tremain, Benjamin 145 

Tremblay, Etienne 239 

Tremble, Louis 185 

Tremeer, Alexander 205 

Trepannier, Francois 151 

Trigge, Thomas 1 

Triphook, Thomas 234(2) 

Trottier, Antoine 171 

Trottier, Rene 151 

Troughton, F 6, 21 

Trout, Henry 79(2) 

Trudeau, T. Casimir 169 

Trudeau, Charles 190 

Trudeau, F 103 

Trudeau, Francois 190 

Trudeau, Michel 170 

Trudel, Ambroise 151 

Trudel, Augustin 153 

Trudel, Paschal 190 

Trurnpour, Paul 53, 57 

Truteau, T.C 105, 133 

Tryon, Charles 4 

Tucker, John 28 

Tucker, John G 28 

Tucker, Louis 185 

Turcot, Joseph 162 

Turgeon, Abraham 147, 148 

Turgeon, Charles 106, 137, 141 

Turgeon, Etienne 181 

Turgeon, Joseph 178 

Turgeon, Louis 177 

Turgeon, Louis, Sr 147, 148 

Turgeon, Michel 137, 180 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



307 



T. (Continued.) 



Turgeon, Pierre 148 

Turner, Thomas A. .130, 131, 134, 166 

Turner, T. D 13 

Turnej, George 77 

Turney, John 81 

Unswortb, A 35, 238 

Upper, Anthony 77 



U. 



Turquand, Peter 14 

Twalwa ...220 

Tweeddale, Marquis of.. 24 

Tyler, William, Sr 63 

Tyler, William, Jr 64 

Upper, Jacob 77 

Urquhart, William 42 



V. 



Vadout, Louis 184 

Yaillancourt, J 241 

Valade, Joseph 171 

Valentin, Louis 185 

Valfr^de, J. B 241 

Valin, Antoine 187 

Valiquet, Pierre 178 

Valle, Francois 187 

Vallee, Paul 136, 142 

Valliere, Roraaine 151 

Vallieres de St. Real,J.R 144 

Valois, Pierre 171 

Van Allen, Jacob, Sr 46 

Van Allen, Jacob, Jr 47 

Vanalstine, Cornelius.... 58 

Van Cortlandt, P 18(2) 

Vandenaigue, Andre 188 

Vandenaigue, Joseph 177 

Vanderburg, Barnet....... 63 

Van der Voort, Francis.. 60 

Van der Voort, Peter 60 

Van Every, David 65 

Vanfelson, George 135, 141 

Vankoughnet, John 44 

Vankoughnet, Philip 44 

Vannier, Bazile 114 

Varennes Etienne de 119 

Varennes, Joseph de 119 

Varin, Louis 179 

Vassal, Stanislas 215, 217 

Vassal de Monviel, F 100, 102, 259 

Vaughau, John 61 

Vaughan, Josephus 197 

Vegeart dit Labonte, A..196 



Veilleux, Pierre 150 

Verneueil, Lorimier 215, 218 

Verrault, Francois 128, 150 

Verrault, Pierre 120 

Vezina, Jean B 151 

Vezina, Pierre 125, 138, 157 

Viau, Jean B 192 

Vidrefaire, Emmanuel. ...137, 172 

Vien, Antoine 240 

Vien, E. M 179 

Vien, Jean 179 

Vien, Pierre 182 

Viger, Denis B 169 

Viger, Francois 189, 190 

Viger, Jacques 106 

Viger, Louis M 131, 167 

Vignau, Edouard, 120, 134 

Vignau, Joseph Ill, 135 

Vignau, Luc 129 

Vignau, Philippe 123 

Vigneau, ..Ill 

Vigneau, Norbert 106 

Vigoureux, H. M 9, 

Vilaire, Nicolas 142 

Villeneuve, Francois 174 

Vincent, John 9, 

Vinet, Prudent 172 

Vinet dit Souligny, Felix. .169 

Voligny, Louis 159 

Volin, "Louis 241 

Vonlingen, J 138 

Voyer, Jacques.. 118(2), 128, 129, 146, 
259, 260 



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24 



W. 



Wabachkwf ela .- 220 

Wabasha 267 

Waggoner, John 199 

Wagley, Windle 90 

Waikitchai 219 

Walassika 219 

Walbridge, William 54, 59 

Walker, Edward 204 

Walker, Edward 37, 53, 263 

Walker, Hamilton 37, 49(2) 



Walker, John 14 

Walker, Ralph 80 

Walker, Robert E 204 

Wallace, Benjamin 173 

Wallace, J 123, 239 

Walsh, Aquila M 84, 85 

Walsh, Francis 238 

Walsh, F. Legh 35, 84 

Walsh, John 150 

Warburton, A 28 



308 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



W .{Continued.} 



Ward, Felix 200 

Ward, Thomas 32, 62, 258 

Warffe, A. W 37 

Waring, Charles 116 

Warner, Peter 73 

Warren, Henry, Sr 78 

Warren, Henry, Jr 79 

Warren, John, Sr 78, 258 

Warren, John, Jr 79 

Washburn, Daniel 37, 53, 258 

Washburn, Simeon 58 

Washburn, Simon 54?, 58 

W 7 assasskum 220 

Watson, Edward 88 

Watson, G 227 

Watson, George 20 

Watson, William 140 

Way, Benjamin 58 

Weatherbee, John 48 

Weaver, Peter 79 

Webster, Arthur 164, 166 

Wee-misate 267 

Weidman, L 63 

Weigar, Jacob 46 

Weigar, John 47 

Weilbrenner, Augustin...l90 
Weilbrenner, Pierre, Sr..l22 
Weilbrenner, Pierre, Jr.. 123, 190 

Weir, John 65 

Weishuhn, Henry 79 

Welch, William 47 

Wemyss, Robert 227 

West", William 228 

Westropp, J 6 

Wexeler, Augustin 142 

Weyer, 199 

Weyer, Christian, Sr 199 

Whet harfl, Thomas 238 

Whitcher, Isaac 1 98 

White, James 17 

White-, James 124, 136, 189 

White, Marvil 87 

White, Nathaniel 85 

White, Thomas 145 

Whiteford, William 178 

Whiteford, James 180 

Whi eheaH, George 79 

White Horn 220 

Whitney, John 199 

Whyms, 227 

Widmer, Christopher 17 

Wiest, John 60 



Wildgoose, James 132, 134 

Wilkie, Robert Ill 

Wilkins, R. C 61 

Wilkinson, Alex 236 

Willard, 198 

Williams, George B 253 

Williams, John 87 

Williams, John 93 

Williams, John 204, 227, 272 

Williams, Samuel 238 

Williams, Titus A 85 

Williams, William 23 

Willis, George 199 

Willis, John H 126 

Willson, 63 

Willson, Benjamin 88 

Wilmot, S. G 63, 258 

Wilsie, Isaac 197 

Wilson, 205 

Wilson, Gilman 88 

Wilson, James 73 

Wilson, John 67 

Wilson, John 68 

Wilson, John 77 

Wilson, John 210 

Wilson, John 212 

Wilson, McF. F 86 

Wilson, Thomas 145 

Wiltse, Benoni 52 

Wiltse, James 52 

Wiltse, Joseph 52 

Wintermute, James 79 

Wintermute, Jacob 79 

Wood, Guy C 45 

Wood, Henry 79 

Wood, Israel 198 

Woodruff, Richard 73 

Woodruff, William 73 

Woods, Bryce 92 

Woods, James 92 

Woods, John 240 

Woolcutt, Roger 61 

Woolrich, James 165 

Woolsey, John W 118(3), 151, 152 

Worsley, Miller 226 

Wright, George 16 

Wright, James 17 

Wright, Jesse 46 

Wright, John 17 

Wright, Philemon 173 

Wright, Sylvester 50 

Wright, William 54 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



309 



Yarker, Robert ............... 19 

Yarwood, Thomas ......... 165 

Yates, John .................... 28 

Yeo, George C ................ 227 

Yeo, Sir J. L ................... 225 

Yeigh, Jacob .................. 87 

Young, Daniel ................ 265 

Young, G. P. M .............. 227 

Young, Henry ................ 53, 



Y. 



59 



Young, J. A .................... 120 

Young, James ................. 53, 

Young, James ................. 103 

Young, Robert ............... 10, 

Young, Robert ............... 53, 

Young, Thomas A .......... 120 

Yule, John ...................... 188 

Yule, Patrick .................. 15 



58 

27 

58 



Zimmerman, Adam ........ 81 

Zwick, Philip .................. 60 



Zwick, William 54, 60 



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