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1st Regiment Frontenac Militia

  • 1st Regiment Frontenac Militia

    Regarding the training of the Frontenac Militia.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Jun. 6, 1840 (p. 2, col. 2)

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  • 1st Regiment Frontenac Militia

    Kingston Court House; regarding the meeting of the above on the restoration of Brock's Monument, and the meeting scheduled for Queens on Heights.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Jun. 15, 1840 (p. 1, col. 3)

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1st Regiment of Glengarry Militia

  • 1st Regiment of Glengarry Militia

    Quarter Master John McKenzie promoted to Adjutant, replacing Donald Fraser who has moved.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Gazette on Jun. 22, 1814 (p. 2, col. 1)

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  • 1st Regiment of Glengarry Militia

    Lieutenant Donald McDearmid, Private Farquhan McBean, Private Roderick McKenzie.

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    Appears weekly in the Kingston Gazette, starting on Oct. 26, 1816 (p. 4, col. 1-4) and ending on Jan. 18, 1817 (p. 4, col. 1-4)

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    Kingston Gazette, 1816-10-26, Page 4

  • 1st Regiment of Glengarry Militia

    Militia Pensioners, Pvt. Donald McDonell, Pvt. Thomas Ross, Pvt. Dan Cain, Sgt. Donald Cameron.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Gazette on Apr. 26, 1817 (p. 4, col. 1)

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    Kingston Gazette, 1817-04-26, Page 4

1st Regiment Glengarry Militia

  • 1st Regiment Glengarry Militia

    Major Donald Fraser of this regiment died in drowning accident when canoe capsized in St. Lawrence River. Two other men died also.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Nov. 20, 1839 (p. 2, col. 5)

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1st Regiment Grenville militia

  • 1st Regiment Grenville militia

    Lt. Dulmadge of the 1st Regiment Grenville militia, was killed at the Battle of Windmill Point.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Dec. 1, 1838 (p. 2, col. 2)

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1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Le Moine, Lt. Joseph, member of this regiment died in Kingston at the age of 18. By his death the offices of Clerk of the Midland District Court and Store Keeper to the Indian Dept. became vacant.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Gazette on Jun. 9, 1814 (p. 3, col. 3)

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  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Militia pensioner. Pvt. Wm. McMullen.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Gazette on Apr. 26, 1817 (p. 4, col. 1)

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    Kingston Gazette, 1817-04-26, Page 4