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SERVICE MILITIA LIST

OF CANADA

1st March, 1867

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President—HIS GRACE THE DUKi. OF ROXBURGHE, K. T

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MANAGING DIRECTORS:

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Ordinary Directors:

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THE

ANNUAL VOLUNTEER

AND

SERVICE MILITIA LIST

OF CAKADA

1st March, 1867.

PEINTED BY G. E. DESBARATS.

1867.


Entered, according to the Act of the Provincial Parliament, in the year

one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, by Thomas Wily, in the

Office of the Registrar of the Province of Canada.


EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS.

The names in italics are those of Officers who belong to or have served

in H. M's. Regular Army.

1, 1. . . . First Class Cavalry and Infantry Certificates.

1 First Class Certificate.

a Second Class Certifiacate.

* Brevet Kank.

/. c Lieutenant-CoIoneL

m Major.

c.

,

Captain.

h. c Honorary Captam.

I Lieutenant.

h. t. Honorary LieutenanU

a Adjutant.

b. m Brigade Major.

p. s Provincial Stoiekeeper.

m. t Musketry Instructor.

D. I Drill Instructorill

L C... Member Legislative Council.

M P P... Member Provincial Parliament.

X Temporarily appointed, passed Cadetof the Mily School.

I*

A. .... .

Provisionally appointted only.

Appointed acting till further orders only.

Oy Errors and omissions will be rectified on notification thereof to

Lieut. Col. Wily, Militia Department, Ottawa.


THE

ANNUAL

VOLUNTEER AND SERVICE MILITIA LIST

OF CANADA,

1st March, 1867.

COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

His Excellency the Right Hon. Charles Stanley Viscount Monck,

Governor General of British Morth America, and Captain General and

Governor in Chief of the Provinces of Canada, New Brunswick, iNova

Scotia and the Island of Prince Edward, (fee, &c.

Denis Godley, Governor General's Secretary ; Lieut, Colonel the Hon.

Richard Monck, Military ."secretary and Principal A. D. C. ; Captain

Pemberton, 60th Kifles, A. D. C.

provincial"aide-de-camp.

Lieut Colonel 1 G Irvine, November 1,52.

EXTKA PROVINCIAL AIDES-DE-CAMP.

Lieut. Colonel Philip J. Duchesnay, December 13,6^.

" 1—Hewitt Bernard, January 14,65.

" Frederick W. Cumberland, August 4,65.

MINISTER OF MILITIA.

Lieul. Colonel the Hon. John A. Macdonald, M. P. P., August 7,65.

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Adjutant Geiitnd's Departrntnt, iSoc.

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Colonel Patrick heoiiard MacDoiigcdl, Adjutant General of Militia of

the Province of Canada, May 13,65.

Lieut Colonel the Hon M A de Salaberry, Deputy Adjutant General for

Lower Canada, July ',48.

Lieut Colonel Walker Powell, Deputy Adjutant General for Upper

Canada, August 19,62.

Asst Adjt Genl Vol Cavalry :

Lieut Colonel E D David. I c March 2,66.

Attached to the Staff" at Head Quarters, in the Quarter Master General**

Department :

Ljeut Colonel W F Coffin, December 11,56.

SUPERINTENDENT OF STORES.

Lieut Colonel TIios Wily, I c, August 2,62.

Asst Qr Mr General March 23,66.

1—Major JJy Goodwin,

John. Shephard,

William Starr,

T. 1—F Lampsoii,

Wm Manton,

John Brown,

PROVINCIAL STOREKEEPERS.

Toronto,

Montreal,

London,

Quebec;,

Kingston,

HamiUon,

MUSKETRY INSTRUCTORS.

March 1,56.

Mav 1,56.

April 23,57.

Feby 15,67.

March 1,67.

Mar S,67

Brigade Major W H Jackson, Brockville, August 1,61.

Serjt W Johnston, Vol R Coy, Peterborough, August 1,61.

Lt Col WD Jarvis, 12th Bait, JSewmarket, August 1,61.

Lt and Adjt D Rooney, 5th Batt S M, Montreal, August 1,61.

Brigade Major D Shaw, Kingston, Novr 8,61.

Captain R H Ramsay, 2nd Batt Q O Rs, Toronto, Novr 8,61.

Brigade Major iif V F/Z/icrs, Hamilton, Novr 8,61.

Brigade Major J as Moffat, London, Novr 8,61.

Lieut A Crawford, 5th Batt H L Infy, Montreal,

Novr 24,65.

OFFICERS WITH BREVET RANK, OR HAVING RANK IN THE

VOLUNTEER FORCE OF AN ANTERIOR DATE TO

THEIR PRESENT APPOINTMENTS.

COLONELS, " while in Command of the Active Force at Quebec,

Montreal and Toronto, such Rank to confer no authority or precedence

while acting in conjunction with Her Majesty's Troops."

John Sewell, Commg Volunteer Militia, Quebec, May 2,60.

John Dyde, Commg Volunteer Militia, Montreal, May 3,60.

George T Denison, Comtng Volunteer Militia, Toronto, Octr 10,60.


Lieutenant Colonels.

LIEUTENANT COLONELS.

1856.

E D David, A A G,"Vol Cavalrv, Montreal, January 17.

* H B .lessop, Comm^ iM V K Coy, Prescott, Novr 20.

T/ws Wily, Sup of Store?, Ottawa, Deer 11.

W S Dune, A A Genl, Toronto, Deer I J

1857.

* 1 D'Arey E Boulton, Commg Squadron Vol C, Cobourg, Novr 26.

1858.

* 1—A Booker, Conimg Volunteer Force, Hamilton, June 8.

1861.

* 1—John Boomer, Vol Gar Arty, Quebec, Novr 20,

1862.

W O Smith, A A G, Montreal,

* George Smith, A Adjt Gen! Vol Mil, Montreal,

J H Bellerose, M P P, Commandant V M Slh B D,

Frederick W Cumberland, Extra PAD C,

* Jas Shaniy, Comms: Vol Puree, London,

* 3—David Shaw, tn. /', Brigade Major, Kingston,

* 'T, 1—J S Dennis, Brigade Major, Toronto,

1863.

- T. 1—N T McLeod, Commg Squad V C, Oak RiJges,

i—VVm Hayes Jackson, 7n i, B M, Brockville,

1864.

* i—A R Stephen, Ll Col Solh Bait, Collingwood,

1—Jno B Taylor, D A A Genl, London,

1865.

* 1—Theodore Lyman, A Q, M General, Vol. Mil. Montreal, Feby 17.

* 1—Hewitt Bt^rnard, Extra P A D (;, April 13.

* B. \—Jno Fletcher, B M, St Johns, August 25,

* 1—Jno Macpherson, D A A General, Montreal, Novr 24.

1866.

J any 31.

January 31.

March 14.

March 28.

May 14.

Novr 26.

December 4.

September 4.

Sept 4,

Septr 16.

May 12.

* a—C E Bflle, Payr V F, Montreal, January 19.

* 1 — KB Denisoii, Brigade Major, Toronto, February 2.

^ 1— Ja.s Crawford, Commg 4ls Brockvlle llifles, March 16.

* '1\ 11— VV H Sweliiian, Vol Cavalry, Na[)anee, Sepir 13.

* 1—J B For^ylh, Commg Squadron Vol Cavalry, Quebec, Seplr 13.

* 1—G T Denison, Vol Cavany, Toronto, Septr 13.

* Mexr Fattenon, B M, Cobourg, Septr 13.


Lieutenant Colonels and Majon

* \—H V Villiers, m i, B M, Hamilton, Septr 13.

« \—Clis King, B M, Sherbrooke, Septr 13.

* 1—Jas Moffat, m i, B M, London, Septr 13.

* 1—Jas A Barretto, B M, Stratford, Septr 13.

* 1 Robt Lovelace, Adjl Squadron Cavalry, Montreal, Novr 30.

1867.

* X. 1—Thos Barwis, V R Gov, Megantic, February 1.

* 1—J W" Hanson, B M, St Andrews, February 1.

* 1—Wm B Gallwey, B M, G T % Regt, Montreal, Feby 22.

MAJ ORS.

1856.

* W N Alger, District Payr, Toronto, Novr 27.

1861.

* W Button, Commg Troop V C, Markhara, July 17.

* Jas Wood, Comg L'roop V C 2nd Fronlenac, Loughborough, Augt 21

* T. S—M N D Legare, Brigade Major, Vol Mil, Quebec, December 11.

* A A Stevenson, Commg V Fd Battery, Montreal, December 11.

1862.

* X. 1—W E Ibbotson, Capt Sherbrooke Batt, Sherbrooke, January 29.

* 1—B White, Commg 2nd V R Coy, Prescotl, February 11.

* 1—S R Evans, Brigade Major Vol Arty, Montreal, April 30.

* 1—J no Simpson, 1 llh Batt, Lachute, April 30.

* R W Smart, Commg Troop V C, Port Hope, September 3.

1863.

* 1—Hy McKay, Brigade Gar Arty, Montreal, February 20.

=^ James Wallace, Commg V R Coy, Whitby. April 10.

=* George Wright, Commg V R Coy, Brampton, April 10.

Jno Powell, \nh Lincoln Watt, Niagara, April 10.

T L Helliwell, 19th Lincoln Batt, Niagara, April 17.

* 1—E Lamontagne, B M, Quebec, July 24.

1865.

* 1—A McKenzie, Major, 35th Batt, Barrie, May 19.

* 1—Walter Scott, 5th Batt R L Infy, Montreal, Novr 24.

1866.

Thomas A Evans, Unattached, March 23.

* 1—J hn Smith, Comma:, Squadron Cavalry, Montreal, March 30.

* 1— Robert Miller, Major, Bedford Batt, Granby, June 22.

* 1—Thomas Bacon, B M, Montreal,

October 5.

* 1— William W Scott, 1st Troop Cavalry, Quebec, December 21.


Captains.

CAPTAINS

1861.

* R M Wilkison, Lieut and Adjt V F Batt, Kingston, August 1.

* W l^aterson, C'ooimg V Fd Baity, Toronto, December 6.

1862.

* Vf McGibbon, 1st Lieut V F Batty, Montreal, January 22.

Jas L Mathewson, Payr R Lt Infy, Montreal, January 22,

* Jno Duff, Commg Troop V C, Kingston, January 31

J B Emond, Qr Mr 4lh Batt, Montreal, March 28.

a—G Dugal, Payr 9th Batt, Quebec, April 4.

1—Leon P Vohl, Capt 9th Batt V R, Quebec, May 2.

Wm Grant, Payr 38th Batt, July 3.

W R Harris, Payr 2nd Batt Q O R, Toronto, July 18.

T B Ross, Payr M L Infy, October 29.

2—J G Macdonald, No 5 Coy, 14lb Batt, Kingston, December 19,

T. 1—Bd Barnard, D Qr Mr, Montreal, December 19.

1863.

H J Larocque, Payr 21st Batt, St Johns, January 9.

R Howden, Payr 46th Batt, Millbrook, Jany 16.

1—H A F McLeod, 15th Batt V M I, Belleville, July 24.

1—N J Handyside, V R, Montreal, July 24.

1864.

1—Alfred Jackson, Adjt 8th Batt, Quebec, December23.

1865.

1—Jno H Routh, Adjt .5th Batt, R L I, Montreal, July 14.

A Bertrand, Qr Mr 21st Batt, St Johns, July 28.

1—Wm W O'Brien, Adjt 6th Batt, Montreal, Novr 10.

Jas Jackson, Qr Mr 2nd Batt, Toronto, December 15,

1866.

3—Wm Armstrong, 1st R C, Prescott, January 28.

\—L N VoT/er, Dist Qr Mr, Quebec, January 19.

1—W Robinson, Adjt 1st Prince of Wales, Montreal, February 23.

1—Chs E Brush, Payr P B G A Ottawa, February 23.

T. 1—W D Otter, Adjt 2nd Batt Q's O Rs, Toronto, March 8.

2— D McMillan, Pavr 7tb Batt London, March ^0.

T. 1—G A Kirkpatrick, Adjt 14th Batt Rifle*, Kingston, June 15.

2—Lawrence H Henderson, Payr loth Batt, Belleville, June 15.

C/is L J Fitzgerald, Adjt 9th Ball, Quebec, February 5.

T. 2—Robt Grant, Payr 13th Batt, Hamilton, March 23.

T. 1—Wm F Bullen, Adjt 26th Middlesex Bait, October 26.


10 Militia Staff and Brigade Majors.

LOWER CANADA.

Militia Staff.

''^Z SO,^:

A.st Adjt Generals,

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Depy ^—^^^ Macpherson, I c,

Asst Adjt Generals, j

Novr 30,66.

Medical Staff Officer oiMMm— Gilbert Prout Girdwood, Augt 31,66.

District Paymasters.

Hon Capt W H Brehaut, Montreal, Jany 19,65.

Capt C flawson. Eastern Townships and South of St. Lawrence,

Novr 30,66.

Capt T. 1. W H Forest, Quebec, Novr 30,66.

District Quarter Masters.

Capt X. 1. Ed Barnard, r, Montreal, Novr 30,66.

Capt \, L N Voyer, c, Quebec, Novr 30,66.

BRIGADE MAJORS.

Counties.

Gaspe, Bonaventure and Magdalen Islands.

1*^ brigade Division.

Henry T Duckesnay, November 21,62.

Head Quarters, Levis.

Rimouski, Temiscouata, Kamoiiraska, L'lslet, Monlmagny, Bellechasse,

Levi, Dorchester, Lolbiniere and Beauce.

2nd ditto.

1. \—John Fletcher, I c, November 2S,62.

St Johns.

Vercheres, Chambly, Laprairie, Napierville, St Johns, Beauharnois,

Chateauguay, Huntingdon, Iberville, Sheftbrd, Brome and Missisquoi.


Brigade Majors. 11

3rd Brigade Division.

1—E Lamontagne, November 30,66.

Quebec.

Quebec City, Saguenay, Charlevoix, Montmorency, Quebec, Portneuf,

Champlain and Chicoutimi.

4th ditto.

1—L Rodrigue Masson, August 21,63.

Terrebonne.

Three Kivers Town, St Maurice, Maskinonge, Berthier, Johette,

Laval, Montcalm, Terrebonne and L'Assomption.

5th ditto.

1—James W Han»on, / c, November 21,62.

St Andrews.

Soulanges, Hochelaga, Vaudreuil, Jacques Cartier, Two Mountains^

Argenteuil, Ottawa and Pontiac.

6th ditto.

1 Charles King, I c, November 28,62.

Sherbrooke.

Nicolet, Arthabaska, Drummond, Wolf, Sherbrooke Town, Richmond,

Compton, Stanstead and Megantic.

Montreal City.

1th ditto.

1—Thomas Bacon, December 14,66.

Montreal.

%th ditto.

T. %—L ALde Bellefeuille, December 14,66.

St. Hyacinthe.

Yamaska, Richelieu, Bagot, St. Hyacinthe and Rouville.


12 Militia Staff and Brigade Majors.

UPPER CANADA.

Militia Staff.

Aoo.=#««« \A\,i^^t r-^n^-oic S Lt Colonel W S Dtirie, I c, Novr 16,66.

Assistant Adjutant General,

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L.t Colonel 1—J 5 Tay/or,;c, Novr 16,65.

Depy Asst Adjt Genevtils,'^^^^^^^^^^^ '

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District Paymasters.

Major W Norcolt Alger, w, Toronto, J any 6,66.

Hon Captain Frank B Leys, London, Jany 27,66.

lA Colonel K. W Strange, Kingston, Novr 30,66.

Lt Colonel Dxincan MacDougall, Prescott, Novr 30,66.

District Quarter Masters.

Lieut G S L Stoddart, Preseott, Novr 30,66.

Capt A Peebles, Toronto, Novr 30,66.

Alfred G Smith, London, Novr 30,66.

Capt 1. Wm P. Phillips, Kingston, Novr 30,66.

BRIGADE MAJORS.

1*^ Brigade Division.

1—William Hayes Jackson, I c and m i, Novr 28,62.

Head Quarters, Brockville.

Carleton, Ottawa City, Prescott, Russell, Lanark, Renfrew, Glengarry,

Stormont, Dundas, Grenville and Leeds.

2Tid ditto.

S—David Shaw, ^ c and ^ t, Novr 28,62.

Kingston. WM^

Frontenac, Kingston City, Lennox and Addington, Hastings and Princ

Edward.


Brigade Majors. 13

Zrd Brigade Division.

Alexander Patterson, I c, Novr 28,62.

Cobourg.

Northumberland, Durham, Peterborough and Victorid.

4th ditto.

T. 1—J Stoughton Dennis, I c, Deer 6,62.

Ontario, York, Peel and Simcoe.

Toronto.

5th ditto.

1—J Augustus Barrelto, I c, Deer 5,62.

Stratford.

Perth, Wellington, Waterloo, Huron, Grey and Bruce.

^th ditto.

1 Henry V Vtlliers, I c and m i, Novr 28,62.

Hamilton.

Wentworth, Hamilton City, Lincoln, Welland, Haldimand, Halton,

Brant and Norfolk.

1th ditto.

1—James Moffat, I c and m i, Deer 5,62.

London.

Middlesex, London City, Oxford, Elgin, Lambton, Kent and Essex.

Toronto City.

8th ditto.

1—Robert B Denison, I c, Novr 28,62.

Toronto


14 Volunteer Staff.

Quebec.

Commandant Volunteer Militia :

Colonel Joh7i Sewell Novr 13j56

Brigade Major, V M :

T. 3—Capt M N D Legare, m

Deer 11,56

Aide-de-Camp to Commandant :

Lieut E Blais, J any 23,60

JMontrecd.

Commandant to V M :

Colonel John Dyde Deer 11,56

Aide-de-Camp to Commandant :

a—Capi J S Dyde Novr 11,64

Asst Adjt Genl V M :

Lt Colonel


Montreal Squadron Jany 17,56

Major Commandin

1—John Smith Augt 31,66

1*^ Troop Sept 27,55

Captain :

1—James Muir

Lieutenant :

Augt 3 1,66

;i—John Featherstone Octr 5,66

Cornet

Captain :

G L Perry

Lieutenant :

Cornet :

27id Troop

Jany 17,56

Feby 20,63

Paymaster :

WmD Smith Augt 31,66

Adjutant :

1 —Robert Lovtlace, I c Jany 29,57

Qr Master :

James Sutherland, h c Deer 30,68

Veterinary Surgeon :

George Swinburne Jany 17,56

Quebec Squadron ^ovr 13,56

Major Commanding :

1—J B Forsyth / c, Jan 10,62

\st Troop Jany 17,56

Captain :

1— William W Scott Augt 18,60

Lieutenant :

1—W M McDonald Mar 8,67

Cornet :

2nd Troop Feby 14,62

Captain :

i—Jas F Turnbull May 20,64

Lieutenant :

1. 1\ 1—F Wood Gray, a

Deer 29,65

Cornel

JasHMichaud Mar 13,63

Cavalry. 15

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Paymaster :

Jas. Burgess

Adjutant

F Wood Gray, c

Qr Master :

1—Moses Julien

Riding Master :

Y—F Villiers,

Surgeon :

Colin P. Sewell

Asst Suigeon :

Jas Stansfield M D

Jany 23,60

Deer 29,65

Mar 8,67

Deer 21,66

Jany 12,66

Jany 12,66

May 14,57

Nortkumherland and Durham

Squadron Augt 10,66

Lt Colonel Commanding :

1—D'Arc-y E Boulton, L c

Augt 10,66

\st Troop Cobourg March 6,56

Captain :

Lieutenant :

A—Roderick Pringle June 15,G6

Cornet :

Patrick Regan April 10,63

2nd Troop Port Hope Septr 3,57

Captain :

Robert W Smart, m Septr 3,57

Lieutenant :

David Carson Octr S,57

Cornel :

A—Chs H A Williams July 13,66

Squadron of Volunteer Light

Cavalry of the County of York

Mar 30,66

Lt Colonel Commondina:

T. 1—Norman T Macleod

Deer 22,65

\st Troop Oak Ridges Deer 27,65

Captain :

Lieutenant :

Cornels, airting :

John B Newberry Mar 30,66

John Palmer

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16 Cavalry.

2nd Troop Markham


Cavalry, dx.

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18 Field Batteries of Artilleri/, dx.

Ki?igst07i Field Buttery May 29/6


Qr Master :

Garrison Batteries of Artillery. 19


20 Garrison Batteries of Artillery.

Qr Master :


Garrison Batteries of Artillerij. 21

Napanee Battery June 8,66

Captain •.

A—Edmund Hooper June 22,66

1st Lieutenant :

2nd Lieutenant

A-T S Henry June 22,66

Port Hope Battery June 8,66

No 1 Coy A6t/t « East Durham "

Batt

Captain :

A— DBethuue June 15,66

Ist Lieutenant :

A—SamI Sculthorpe July 6,66

2nd Lieutenant

'F. 1—Uarlisle E Buchanan

J any 11,67

Trenton Battery July 20,66

No 6 Coy 49th «« Hastings " Batt

Captain :

A—Hy Wrieht Day, M D

July 20,66

1st Lieutenant :

A—Shuter Smith Boriter "

2nd Lieutenant

A—Chs Francis

Chtelph Battery July 20,66

No 1 Coy ZOth « Wellington " Batt

Captain :

A—J as Barclay July 20,66

A—Wm Day

2nd Lieulenatil

Isl Lieutenant

A—J no Infflis

Toronto Battery Oclr 5,66

Captain :

T. 3—T A McLean Oclr 5,66

1st Lieutenant

2nd Lieutenant

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Sarnia Battery Novr 9,66

JVo 8 Coy 21th " Lambton " Batt

Captain :

T. 3—Geo J O'Doherty Novr 9,66

1st Lieutenant :

T. 3—Chs Seager

2nd Lieutenant

A-J A Wood

Collingwood Battery Jany 18,67

Captain :

A— Jno Hogg Jany 18,67

1st Lieutenant :

2nd Lieutenant

Grand Tncnk Ry Brigade

April 27,66

Lt Colonel Commandant

C J Brydges May 11,66

Brigade Major :

1—W B Gallwey, ^ c Octr 26,66

Adjutant and Captain :

1—Hy Bailey, Junr June 15,66

Surgeon :

W E Scott M D 5 Novr 13,56

\ Seplr 14,66

1*( Battalion " Brigade Garrison

Artillery.''

Montreal.

Major

Joseph Hickson June 15,66

No 1 Battery,

Captain :

3-Saml H Wallis April 27,66

Ist Lieutenant :

Wm Wain Wright Septr 14,66

2nd Lieutenant

Jno N Thornton

No 2 Battery.

Captain :

Jm.B Jones April 27,66

1st Lieutenant :

Wm Hy Kosevear May 11,66

2nd Lieutenant:

FrecJk Hy Brydges

«

«

«

«


Garrison Batteries of Artillery.

No 3 Battery.

Captain :

Thos U Wilson April 27,66

1st Lieutenant :

ChsCBrydge& May 11,66

2nd Lieutenant

Jonathan Ivinson

No 4 Battery.

Captain :

Fredk C Stratton Apiil 27,66

1st Lieutenant :

Sigisd Jas Doran May 11,66

2nd Lieutenant

3—Arthur O R Huddell «

No 5 Battery.

Captain :

3—.lohn Taylor April 27,66

1st Lieutenant :

3—J as Russell May 1 ,66 1

2nd Lieutenant :

Thos Ed Brown

"

No 6 Battery.

Captain :

Thos Symington April 27,66

1st Lieutenant

WmBSnvith May 11,66

2nd Lieutenant :

GeoCGarrow May 11,66

Paymaster :

Frs P Porninviile

Adjutant :

*<

Augt 31,66

3^-WmTownsend,.j^^j2f,?

tr Master : <

Thos B Hawson

^^^^ ^'^^

"

6 Batteries— Officers acting till

farther orders excepting those

marked otherwise.

Ath BaUcdimi.

*' Brigade Garrison Artillery ^^

April 27,66

Toro7ito.

Major:

Wm ino Spicer June la,66

No 1 Battery.

Captain :

3>-Jas Stephenson April 27,66

1st Lieutenant

3—Jno A Carlaw May 11,66

2nd Lieutenant

3_ Walter M Tenny "

No 2 Battery.

Captam :

3—Hy C Bourlier April 27,66

1st Lieutenant

3—Jas F Johnson May 11,60

2nd Lieutenant

3—^J as Murray

"

No 3 Battery.

Captain :

Jno Sirason April 27,66

1st Lieutenant

Camptell McKenzie May 11,66

2mi Lieutenant

Robt King


Montreal.

Engineer Companies,


24 Infantrij and Rifle BaUaUons.

Ut " Pri7ice of Wales Regt "

Volunteer Rifles J>^ovr 17,59

Mo7ttrecU,

Special desigiiation conferred

Sepir 7,60

Lieut Colonel

1—Clis F Hill July 13,66

Majors :

1—Edwvn Evans Novr 24,64

1—Wm "Middleton Septr 14,66

No 1 Coy

Captain :

1—J no Rogers

Lieutenant

Ensign :

3—Ed Thompsou

No 2 Ccyy

Captain :

George B Pearson

Lienienant

3— Hy Vass

Ensign :

2—Ed Quigley

Captain :

No 3 Coy

Lieutenant :

A—J no Bulmer

Ensign :

A—Alfred Elliott

No 4 Coy

Captain :

3—Hy Wall

Lieutenant

Ensign :

A—Jas McNider

No 5 Coy

Captain :

1—Tucker David

Lieutenant :

Feby 23,66

IVlar 15,66

Octr 5,66

Septr 27,55

Jany 9,63

Octr 5,66

May 2,56

Octr 26.66

a

May 2,56

Septr 14,66

Deer 14,66

June 26,66

Jany 18,67

Ensign :

—Thomas Mathews June 3,64

No 6 C(yy

Captain :

1—Frank Bond

Lieutenant :

3—0 J Macfarlane

Ensign :

X 1 Ed L Bond

No 7 Coy

Captain :

T. 1—David A Hart

Lieutenant

T. 3-Ed Holton

Ensign t

No 8 Coy

Captain :

1— William Burlaad

Lieutenant

Ensign :

3—Hy Bulmer

No 9 Coy

Captain :

A—Thos Correstine

Lieutenant :

A—Hy Cormack

Ensign :

3—Chs O Smith

Paymaster :

Alexr Milloy, h c

Adjutant

1—W Robinson, c

Wm Johnson

Q,r Master :

Surgeon :

Frs W Campbell, M D

Asst Surgeon :

9 Companies

July 17,66

Augt 27,62

Mar 13,66

March 1,66

July 17,61

Deer 14,66

((

Octr 30,56

Deer 2,64

Deer 14,66

April 2,57

Octr o,66

a

Deer 14,66

April 13,66

Octr 5,66

Deer 14,66

Octr 5,66

^nd Batt " The Queen's Own

Rifles of Toronto " April 26,60

Special designation conferred

Mar 18,63

Lieut Colonel :

1—Chs T Gillmor June 1,66

Majors :

1—Fredk E Dixon "

A. 3—Jno Browrne Novr 30,66


No I Coy

Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

'>.^


26 Infantry mid Rifle Battalions.

Surgeon ;

James Thorburn,MD May 26,60

Asst Surgeon :

Samuel P May, M D J any 19,66

10 Comfanies.

"ird Batt " Victoria VoUmteer

Rifles of Montreal'^ Jany 10,62

Special designatimi ccniferred

July 18,62

Lieut Colonel

1—H S MacDougall iSovr 16,66

Majors :

1—Wm H Hutlon «

1—Angus R Bethune Feby 1,67

Captains :

1—N J Handyside, c Deer 1,6;^

1—Geo H Bacon May 18,66

S—Wm K Tait July 6,66

1—Ed A Whitehead Octr 5,66

3—J no M Crawford «

1—C P Davidson, a Novr 16,66

3—B Dawson, Junr Feby 1,67

Lieutenants :

'1\ 1—Hv Pangman July 6,66

;:5—Jno C'Yaies

"

i—Wm H btanley Octr 5,66

3—Geo W Bears «

3—J no T Henderson Feby 1,67

T. 3—Walter Smith Feby 1,67

Ensigns :

A—John P Denholm Septr 14,66

Paymaster :

Adjutant

1—C P Davidson, c July 6,66

Qr Master ;

Thos D Kmg

Surgeon :

£d A Paget Novr 30,66

Asst Surgeon :

6 Comimnies.

«

Ath Batt " CJiasseurs Caiiadiens '*

Mmitred. Jany 22,62

Lieut Colonel :

1—Jean L Tetu Octr 5,66

Majors :

'1'. 1—Alphonse Audet

Augt 10,66

1— Ludger Labelle Jany 18,67

No 1 Coy Jany 17,64

Captain :

1—H C B Parent Apiil 13,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Aug Labelle Septr 28,66

Ensign :

Antoine T Couillard Novr 21,62

No 2 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

T. 1—G d'Orsenens Mar 8,67

Jjieutenant :

IT. 2— Zotique Perrault

April 13,66

Ensign :

No 3 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

Joseph Beaudry • Octr 29,62

Lieutenant :

'if. 1—Quicran de Beaujeu

Jany 18,67

Ensign :

No 4 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

3—Anselme Labrecque

Jan 18,67

Lieutenant

Ensign :

X. 3—Josh F Brault Mar 8,67

No 5 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

3— Ed Barsalou Deer 15,65

Lieutenant

T. 3—A Vilbon April 13,66

Ensign :


Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 2T

No 6 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

2—Jas O Labranche April 13,66

Lieutenant

X. 1—G IPOrsonnens "

Ensign :

Alphonse Hudon Mar 28,62

No 7 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

1—Mii-hel T Deguise June 17,64

Lieutenant :

T. JJ—Silfnd Delisle Jany 18,67

Ensisfn :

No 8 Coy Jany 17,62

Captain :

3-C L N Beaudry April 13,66

Lieutenant :

3—Oscar Prevost

Ensign :

Pa y»Ti aster :

T. 3—ChsCSpenardNovr 9,66

Adjutant ;

1—Napoleon Labranche, I

Augt 10,66

Qr Master

J B Emond, c April 13,66

Surgeon :

Louis Boyer, M D Feby 21,62

As8t Surgeon :

Eustache Leniire, M D Mar 28,62

Chapldin :

Basil Dedebant iN'ovr 9,66

8 Companies

bth Batt « The Royal. Light

Infantry" Jany 31,62

Montreal.

Lieut Colonel :

H L Kouth Feby 7,62

Majors :

HonJnoRose,MPP Augt 21,62

1—Jno Graat July 14,65

*'^

Captains:

l_Walter Scott, TO Jany 21,62

Alexander Campbell Jany 22,62

1—Jno H Roulh, a July 14,65

2—Fredk Mackenzie Feby 11,65

il—Alex F Macpherson July 28,65

1—Jno G Savase Septr 27,6fi

3—Hector Mackenzie Deer 14,66 •

3 -Jas Esdaile

"

Lieutenants :

2—F S Lyman July 14,65

3—M B Malhewson Mar 16,66

1—Ed J Major Septr 28,66

3—Geo Macdougall Deer 14,66

2—JnoE M Whitnev "

2—WmRose 'Jany 4,67

Ensigns :

A—Chs DeLisle Sache Deer 21,66

Paymaster

Jas L Mathewson, c July 3,62

Adjutant

1—JnoHHouth, c July 28,65

Qr Master :

George Winks July 3,62

Surgeon t

J M Drake Feby 3,65

Asst Surgeon :

Geo Ross, M D June 22,66

7 Companies.

Uh Batt « Hochelaga Light hify "

Montreal Jany 31,62

Lieut Colonel :

1—Jno H Isaacson Novr 30,66

Majors :

1—J no Martin


28 Iiifantrij and Rifle Battalions.

No 2 Coy J any 17,62

Captain ;

3—A Crawford, w t JSovr 30,66

Lieutenant

3—Jas M H Dixon «

Ensign :

T.l—Wm J Koss «

No 3 Coy J any 17,62

Captain :

3—Jno E Kirk Patrick Deer 28,66

Lieutenant

Ensign :

George Reinbardl Augt 27,62

No 4 Coy J any 17,62

Captain :

3—Hy Millen Novr 30,66

Lieutenant

Ensign :

T. 3—Sullivan David "

No 6 Coy Jany 31,62

Captain :

1—.)no Porter

Lieutenant

Deer 28,66

Ensign :

A—Alexr Simpson May 4,66

No 6 Coy Jany 3L62

Captain :

Benjamin Ibbotson Jany 31,62

Lieutenant :

3— Robt Gardner Novr 30,66

Ensign :

A—JnoGSeebold Jany 18,67

No 7 Coy March 9,66

Captain :

3—Hy H Ged.les March 9,66

Lieutenant

Ensign :

T. 3—Frs H Clayton Feby 1,67

Paymaster :

W Arnold Bates h c Novr 10,65

Adjutant

; :

:

1 —Wm W O'Brien , c Novr J 1 .64

Qr Master

: ; :

Hercules Ellis Feby 7,62

Surgeon :

Olivier Raymond, MD July 15,64

Asst Surgeon ;

6 Companies.

1th Battalion, " The London Light

Infantry?^ April 27,66

Lt Colonel

London.

iL—Jno B Taylor, D A A G

April 27,66

Majors :

1—Archd McPherson April 27,66

1—Robert Lewis Octr 5,66

No 1 Coy Jany 22,62

Capiaui :

X. 3—Duncan C Macdonald

Augt 31,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Henry Gorman Sept 28,66

Ensign :

T. 3—W Hill Nash "

No 2 Coy Jany 23,63

Ciiptain :

1—Ewd W Griffith July 27,66

Lieutenant :

X. 3— Ewd McKenzie "

Ensign :

X. 3—Andw W Porter «

No 3 Coy Deer 26,62

Captain :

X. 1—Thos Millar

Lieutenant :

July 6,66

X. 3—Henry Bruce

A—Wm McAdams

Ensign :

"

"

No 4 Coy March 24,65

Captain :

A—W R Meredi th Augt 3 1 ,66

Lieutenant

X. 3—RichdM Meredith «

Ensign :

X. 3—Chrisr S Corrigan «


: :

Infantry and Rifie Battalions. 29

No 5 Coy Augt 7,56

Captain :

1—M D Dawson Ootr 6,66

Lieutenant :

T. a—David C Hannah «

Ensign :

A—Jas Magee Oc:lr 26,66

No 6 Coy March 20,56

Captain :

2—WmHyCode June 1,66

Lieutenant

T. 2—Jas A Craig «

Ensign :

A— Frs. Mcintosh Feb 15,67

Nol Coy July 20,66

Captain :

X. 1—John Macbeth July 20,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Emanuel Teale July 20,66

Ensign :

X. 3—Hy Hart Coyne «

No 8 Coy St. Johns Jan 16,63

« Arva."

Captain :

Lieutenant

:

Sextus Kent

Ensign :

«—Thos Elliott

Jan 16,63

Paymaster :

X. 2—Duncan McMillan c

June 15,66

Adjutant:

3—Thomas Greene, I May 18,66

Quarter-Master

:

Jno B bmyth, I J any 25,67

Surgeon :

Asst Surgeon :

jaichd Payne M D July 6,66

8 Companies

8th Batt « Stadacona Rifles "

Feby 28,62

Quebec.

Lieut Colonel :

1— Thos Jno Reeve Feby 28,62

Majors

No 1 Coy Augt 30,61

Captain :

1—Kichard Alleya Augt 21,62

Lieutenant :

1—Fred W Fraser

Ensign :

1—C Prendergast

No 2 Coy J any 10,62

Captain :

A F A Knight Septr 4,62

Lieutenant

; :

3—Joseph Reynar Beer 30,65

Ensign :

Captain :

1—Jno

Lieutenant

No 3 Coy J any 10,62

Ensign :

3—J Cochran Deer 19,62

No 4 Coy J any 10,62

Captain :

1— L B Dumlin

••

Jany 10,62

Lieutenant ;

3—Joseph Louis, J unr Jany 18,67

Ensign :

1—Jas E Oliver

"

No 5 Coy Mar 7,62

Captam :

X. 1—H R Sewell Feb. 22,67

Lieutenant

X. 1—Ed T H F Paterson "

Ensign :

No 6 Coy Mar 17,65

Captain :

3—Jas Black Stevenson

July 6,66

Lieutenant

X. l~Wm G LeMesurier

Novr 10,65

Ensign :

X. 1—Alfred H White

Novr 16,66

Paymaster :

Edward Collis Baylee Mar 21,62


"


:

30 Infantry and Rifle, Battalions,

Adjutant:

1— A-lfred Jackson, c Feby 20,63

Qr Master :

3—Jas Morgan June 22,66

Surgeon :

ChsSParlceMD June 1,66

6 Companies.

^th Batt " Voltigeurs de Quebec "

March 7,62

Lieut Colonel :

T. 1— Eugene FanetNovr 16,66

Majors :

1—Ed Gingras

"

No 1 Coy Deer 6,61


Ensicns :

Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 31


32 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No^ Coyy (Jarillon July 13,66

Captain :

S—W B Forbes July 13,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—H T Lonsdale Octr

Ensign :

5,66

A—Wm Hoy

No 10 Coy, Chatham July 13,66

Captain :

'1\ 3—JasB Gushing July 13,66

Lieutenant ";

**

A—Wm Owens

Ensign :

A—Adam Douglas

Paymaster :

i—Archibald MacDonald

Deer 1,65

Adjutant:

T. 1—Hy Curren, I June 3,66

Qr Master :

Robt A Bethum; April 27,66

Surgeon :

Wm H Mayrand, M D June 5,63

Asst Surgeon :

Patk Robertson Novr 30,66

10 Companies.

\2th " Yor^ " Bait of Infantry

Seplr 14,66

Head Quarters, Newmarket.

Lieut Colonel

:

:

li — WD Jarvis Septr 14,66

Majors :

1—W H Norris

A. 3—Ernest M Peel

"

«

No 1 Coy Scarborough Septr 4,62

Captain :

T. 1—Jacob R Taber

Septr 14,66

Lieutenant

X. 2— Robt Har Stubo «

Ensign :

X. S-Jno Huxtable

«

"

«

No 2 Coy Aurora Deer 11,62

Captain :

T. 2—Nathl Pearson Septr 14,66

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

No 3 Coy Llnydtowii Deer 19,62

Captain :

Arthur Armstrong Augt 26,63

Lieutenant :

T. 1—Wm T Armstoong

Deer 14,66

Ensign :

A—J no Thompson

1 Captam t

NoA Coy King J any 23,63

Geo Lee Garden Jany 23,63

' Lieutenant :

a—Chs Norman Deer 14,66

X. i

' Ensign :

I X.

I No

3—Levi N Crosby «

b Coy Newmarket June 16,66

' Captain :

I

:

A—A Boullbee June 15,66

Lieutenaat

X. 3—Chs McFayden Dec 21,66

!

Ensign :

j

No 6 Coy Keswick Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—Alfred Wyndbam Septr 28,66

Lieutenant :

A—Wm Boucher Octr 5,66

Ensign :

A—J R Stevenson

««

7 Coy Markham Octr 19,66

No j

Captain :

Octr 19,66

A—ThosAMilne j

i Lieutenant

Robinson "

A—Jas

I

Ensign :

I A—Saml

Canning "

"


Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 8 Coy Sharo7i Octr 19,66

Captain :

A_Win Selbjr

Lieutenant

Octr 19,66

:


T. 2—J no W Selby

Ensign :

A—Jas Wayling

No 9 Coy Unionville JNovr 16,66

Captain :

A—Hugh P Crosby Novr 16,66

Lieutenant :

A—Salem Eckardt

A—Wm Eakin

Ensign :

:

Paymaster :

Josepti Cawthra Deer 21,66

Adjutant

T. 1— A. J LPeeble'S,

h c

Septr 14,66

Qr Master :

Wm Trent

Surgeon :

Jas Bovell, M D

Asst Surgeon :

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Deer 21,66

June 3,61

Deer 14,66

nth Batt of Infy Deer 11,62

Hamilton,

No 2 Coy Deer 27,55

Captain :

1—Jno Henry Wat>on Mar 17,65

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Chs R M Seweli Deer 22,65

Ensisn :

T. 2—Hugh C Baker May 4,66

:

33

No 3 Coy Jany 9,63

Captain :

X. 2—Chs Armstrong Deer 23,66

Lieutenant

T. 1— Alex Moore

Ensign :

No 4 Coy ' Novr 2S,62

Captain :

2—Fredk E Bitchie Oclr 26,66

Lieutenant

Ensign :

A—Jno B Young

No 5 Coy

Captain ;

2—Alex H Askin Deer 30,64

Lieutenant :

1—Joshua J Hebden

Ensign :

Octr 26,66

"

June 22,66

Deer 5,62

No 6 Coy Deer 5,62

Captain :

T. 1—Henry E Irving May 12,64

Lieutenant :

2—John Young Deer 30,64

Ensiirn :

^

Alex W Roy May 19,65

i

Lieut Colonel

Pavn)a»*ter ;

:

Jas A Skinner Augt 10,66 X. 2—Robt Grant c

Majors

Adjutant:

:

1—Stephen T Cattley Feby 24,65 X. \—John Heiiry

Qr Master :

Octr 26,66

Augt 18,65

No 1 Coy Deer 27,55

Captain ;

'r. 1—Jno M Gibson Oclr 26,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Jas J L Boice Mar 8,67

Ensign :

A—Joseph M Mackenzie

June 22,66

Jno 8 Masr.n June 22,66

Surgeon :

Isaac Ryall, M B April 6,66

Asst Surgreon :

6 Companies.

]4th Batt Rifles Jany 16,63

Kingston.

Lieut Colonel :

1—Jno Paton Augt 18,65

Majors :

X. 1— DCallaghan Augt 4,65

1—Jno Kerr Deer 30,65


34 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No \ Coy Novr 14,55

Captain ;

1—E'lwin Horsey Oclr 5,66

Lieutenant :

'r. 2—Wm W Mathews «

Ensign :

2—Wm King

:

No 2 Coy Deer 27,55

Captain :

T. 1— WmMHerchmer

June 15,66

Lieutenant

T. 1—Hayter Reid, D f

Ensign :

1— Patrick Slavin

No 3 Coy Novr 27,56

Oaptain t

T. 1—Wm B Thibeaudeau

Novr 30,66

Lieutenant :

T. S—Sidney Armstrong

Mar 8,67

Ensign :

No 4 Coy Deer 27,61

Captain :

T. 3—Jno K Maitaulay iVlar 8,67

Lieutenant :

T. 2—Malcolm McDonald

Mar 8,67

Ensign :

3—Jas F Ferguson

No 6 Coy April 17,62

Captain :

S—J G- Macdonald, c Deer 30,64

Lieutenant :

S— Alexr Macalister May 19,65

Ensign :

^\ 3—Wm P Tossell Deer 1,65

No 6 Coy April 17,62

Captain :

T. 3—Jno N Glidden Deer 1,65

Lieutenant :

2—Chs Lett Stephens

Ensign :

T. 3— Peter Mclntyre Mar 30,66

Paymaster :

3—Jno H Johnston, c Septr 28,65

«

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No 5 Company.

Infantry and Rifle Battaliom 35


36 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 8 Coy Ameliasburg Jany 30,63

Captain :

Thomas Lauder Jany 30,63

Lieutenant :

N. A Peterson

Ensign :

T. a—Adolphus A Benson

June 15,66

No 9 Coy Rcdnersville Jany 30,63

Captain :

William Anderson Jany 30,63

Lieutenant ;

William K, Dempsey

Ensign :

James Anderson

Paymaster :

T. 3—J F B Morice June 15,66

Adjiftant •

T.3 —G A Simpson

Qr Master :

Mar 2^,66

Donald Koss

Surgeon :

Jnu E Rankin May 4,66

Asst Surgeon :

H J Foster, M D June 15,66

9 Convpanies

Ylth Batt of Infantry.

Hd Qrs at Levis Feby 20,63

Lieut Colonel :

T. 1—J G Blanchet, M P P

March 6,63

Majors :

James Patton Feby 20,63

T. 1—Pierre Brunelle Octr 6,66

No 1 Coy Fointe Levi Deer, 26,62

Captain,:

X. S—FrsX Brunelle Octr h,m

Lieutenant :

T. 1—f:d Verrault

Ensign :

No 3 Coy Levis Jany 2,63

Captain :

«—Jean Nadeau Feby 20,63

.

"

"

*'

"

«

Lieutenant

: "

Ensign :

'T. 1—Leon C Hamel Deer 30,65

No 3 Coy Pointe Levi Jany 9,63

Captain :

^^—ChsCauchy June 8,66

Lieutenant :

'1\ S—Jno Campbell

Ensign :

1\ 2—Adjutor Demers "

No 4 Coy Neio Liverpool Jany 16,63

Captain :

X—Edmund Frechette May 25,66

Lieutenant :

'r. 1—J A Lessard Mar 23,66

Ensign :

1^: 3— P C Chouinard «

Paymaster :

Adjutant :

X. 2—Cynlle P Boy, I Octr 5,66

Qr Master :

3- Geo Carrier June 1,66

Surgeon :

Narcisse Lacerte May 11,66

Asst Surgeon :

4 Comimnies.

\%th. " Prescott " Batt of Inf.

Hd Qrs Hawkesbury Mills Feb 26,63

Lieut Ccionel :

l_Williara Higginson Feby 15,67

Majors :

1—Jno Shields Octr 1 2,66

1—Allan J Grant Feby 15,67

No 1 Coy Hawkesbury Mills

Deer 19,62

Captain :

1--James Higginson July 24,63

.Lieutenant :

X. 3- Chs T Hic-ginson

Feby 15,67

Ensi n :

'•'


I 3—Jno

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Infantry and Rifie Battalions. 37

No 2 Coy Van/dee^ Hill

Jariy 9,63

Captain :

3—Gtro W JohnslOR Octr 12,66

Lieul«*nant

3—Jno Vank'cek

Ensign :

A—Duncan Mi-Phee

No 3 Coy U Or i glial Jany 1G,63

Captain :

J8—John Millar

Lieutenant :

Feby 15,67

a—Alex MoNaughlon

Ensij;;n :

X. a— J no D Pattee

No 4 Coy East Ilaii-fceshun/

Jany 16,63

Captain :

a—Wm Ogden June 15,66

Lieutennnt :

T. 2—Joseph Grout

Ensign :

SJ—Martin Leroy

No 5 Coy VankheklliU Jany 23,63

Cnptain :

a—Dona'd Mcintosh July 21,63

Lieutenant

iS—W Cleveland Wells "

Ensign :

a—Wm Harkins «

No 6 Cpy Ilawkeshury Mills

Feby 23,63

Captain :

1—Angus Urquhart Feby 26,63

Lieutenant

W Higjinson July 24,63

Ensign :

T. a—Alex T Higginsrn

Mar 23,66

No 7 Coy Ilenry^s Corners

June 1,66

3

"

"

"

"

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.

^ Coy Plantagejiet Augt 31,66

No I

Captain :

j

I

j A—Jas

X. S—Archd McLean Augl 3l,C6

Lieutenant

Von Bridger '•

Ensign :

A—Alex \V Anderson

'*'

Paymaster

Adjutant

:

i

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Captain :

T. l—Eden A Johnson Feby 2,66 Cnpiam :

Lieutenant :

'I'.JJ —Chaunccy E Johnson

j

L'cutenant

June 1,66

Ansign :

a—Richd H Marston "

Ensign :

I X.

: : :

T\ l—Goo N Robertson, I

June 1,66

Qr Master :

2-'Sturgis M Johnson, h I

Sept 25,66

Surgeon :

Wm Harkin, M D Novr 30.66

Aisst Surgeon :

19^/i " Lincobi^^ Batt of Infantry

Septr 2S,t6

IM Qrs Si. Catharines.

Lieut Colonel :

A—Hon J G Cume. M L C

l>fnlb-rStRt 2^,66

Majors : ^••^l^^^'*^

A—John Powell, m Sepi 2S,66

A—T L Helliwcll, «* m

No J Coy Niagara Deer 2j,e2

Captain :

1—Ed Thompson April 21,66

Lieutenant :

2—Johnson Clench April 13,66

Ensign ,

X. 3—Robert Currie

''

No 2 Uoy St. Catharines Sept 27,55

i_Fred W Macdonald May 1,63

'1\ 1—R C Hawley June 15,66

1—T Thompson Sept 14,66


38 Infantr>j and Rifle Battalions.

iVb3 Coy St. OaUiarines Augt 8,62

Captain

Lieutenant

:

: :

A—Edwyn J Paruall .Mar 30,66

Ensiarn :

'rl :4—Josiah G Holmes

Deer 15,65

No A. Coy BeamsviUe Feby 6,63

Captain :

'F. 3—J as K Osborne Sept 14,66

Lieutenant

T. 2—Jno Kew Deer 14,66

En>ign :

A—Jacob B McKay

Ko 5 Coy cHtn.ton Jany 30,63

Captain :

a—Mathias Konkle Jany 30,63

Lieutenant

1_G. Walker June 25,63

Ensign :

Wm F Walker' Mar 8,67

No 6 Coy Grimsby Jany 9,63

Captains ^^^^^.^

^-Jfl||g^BH Jany

X. 2—Geo C Peltit April 13,66

Ensign :

3—Hy Ed Nellcs June 22;66

No 7 Coy Gi-imsLy Jany 16,63

Captain :

3—Jno H Grout Septr 14,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Andw II Pettit ''

'

X? 3—Saml A Nel'.es «

No 8 Coy St Aim's Fcby 6,63

Captain :

Jacob Upper Feby 6,63

Lieutenant

Hiram MePherson May 2.'),63

En!«ign :

A—Jeremiah Taylor May 4,66

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No 9 Coy Fort Dalhojisie

Jany 30,63

Captain :

John S Clark Jany 30,63

Lieutenant :

I»—ajulien May 12,64

En>ign :

X. 3—Jesse Pawling June 22,66

No 10 Coy Virgil June 22,66

Captain :

X. 3—Ed Short June 22,66

Lieutenant

A—Jas Hiscolt

Ensign :

A—Joseph Sliaw

Paymaster :

George W Pierce, c Deer 14,66

Adjutant

X. 1—S Spillet Septr 28,66

Qr Master :

Wm McGhie,-dl-i' «

Surgeon :

EdwinGoodn.an,MD|^j;[^;^,65

As.«t Surgeon :

Jao H "Comfort, M D Jany 11,67

10 Companies.

2ldtk '*' Hallon " Battqlion of

Infantry Scplr 2S,66

Head Quarters^ Milton

Lieut Colonel :

A—G K Chi^holm Septr 25,66

Majors :

A


Jmo Murray

A—Jas Voung Octr 12,66

No 1 Coy Oakville Deer 13,61

Captain :

Lieutenant

3—Wm B CI isholm April 20,65

Ens'gn :

j^

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Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 3^

No 2 Coy Steic'arttuu-7i Jany 9,63

No 3 Coy Georgetoxi'u Jany 30,63

Captain :

t3—Jno R Barber

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

Deer 14,66

No 4 Coy Norvcd Feby 6;63

Captain :

a—Jas A Curry

Lieutenant :

July 6,66

A—Uobl Curry

Ensign :

A—Frs A Kent

No 5 Coy Nelson June 1.5,66

Captain :

A—Algernon G MacCay

June 15,6S

Lieutenant :

A— Donald Campbell

Ensij^n :

T. a—Wm Kerns June 22,66

No 6 Coy Mi/ton June 15,66

Captain ;

A—Gilbert TBastedo June 15,66

Lieutenant

:

A—Jno White, M P P «

En>ign :

T. 3—J D Matheson "

No 7 Coy Acto?i July 6,6o

Captain :

T. 1—Wm Allan

Lieutenant :

July 6,66

^ A—Jas Synnon

Ensign :

A—Alex Brown, Junr "

Paymaster :

Harvey M Switzer Oetr 12,66

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Adjutant

X. iS—Jno Kaiuing Seplr 2?,66

Captain :

A—Jno Johnson Octr Qr Master :

12,G6

i Koht S Appelbe Deer 14,66

Lieiilenani :

T. a—Robt Campbell " Surgeon :

Ensign Edwy J Ogdeii M D March 8,67

:

I

A—Gtjo W Black Deer Assl Surgeon :

14,G6

7 Companies.

2\st Bait " The Rickdieu

Light Infy '' May 23,C3

Head Quarters, St Johns.

Lieut Colonel :

1— F G Marchand June 22,66

Majors !

1—W A Osgood Seplr 14,66

1—J E Clement

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Nu 1 Coy Clarenceville June 8,63

Captain :

A—Chs S Rowe June 15,66

Lieutenant :

A—Hy Jameson

Ensign :

A—Myron V Curlis Octr 26,66

No Coy ^||^P|[||Ali 9,02

Captain :

l_Philip Vandal Octr 12,66

Lieutenant :

X. 1—Jno P Fletcher

Ensign :

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No 3 Coy Jany 2,63

Captain :

1—J P Carreau Septr 14,63

Lieutenant :

X. 2—Thos Henault Octr 12,66

Ensign :

X. ^—Fenelon Monffeon

Jany 18,67

* No 4 Coy Jany 9,C3

Captain :

2—W E MacDonald Augt 18,66

Lieutenant :

A—Robt P McGinnis June 22,66

Ens.gn :


40 Ivfantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 5 Coy Jany 9,63


No S Coy East Oxford Augt 17,65

Infantry and Rifie Battalions. 41


: :

42 Infantry and Rljie Battalions.

Pavmasier

Frank E Marcou Sept 28,66

Adjutant

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7 Compaiiies.

2ith " Kent'^ Battalion of Infantry

Sept 14,6b

Head Quarters, Chatham.

Lieut Colonel :

David Smith Sept 14,63

Majors :

A. 'F. 2—A B Baxter "

A— Ai-chd MoKcllar, M P P "

No 1 Coy Chatham De


%oth « El^n " Bait

Infantrij and Rljh Bittdlons.

43


44 Infantry and Rijic Battalions.

.N!J 3 C'J7J JIarricttsviUe Feby 6,63


I

Na 6 Coy Moore

In/antn/ and Rljie Battalions. 45


46 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

29th " Waterloo " Batt of hifantry \

Head Quarters, Berlin.

Sepir 14,66

Lieut Colonel I : A—Geo

A—Kenneth Goodman Sept 14,66 Ensig-n :

|

Majors i ; A—

A—Henry D TvR

A. T. 2—AlexJ McMillan " i

No \ Coy New Hamburg \

Captain :

a—Robt Campbell

Lieutenant :

A—Wm Smith

Ensign :

A—Geo Holwell

No 2 Coy Gait

Captain :

A—Jno McDonald

Lieutenant

A— R. H Poison

Ensign ;

A— Uichd H T McMillmi «

No 3 Cry Waterloo June

Captain :

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

«'

No 6 Coy Ayr

Captain :

A—Thos Colwell

Lieutenant :

Wigley

Kiclid Paterson

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Paymaster :

I

Chs Cameron

=

Qr Ma>ter :

i

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J^ovr 21,62 ^ ^\rr^

Stewart McGach an "

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Deer 21,66 ^^^^ ^"^'^^'"^

June ^^^'q^

Jany 4,67

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No 4 Coy Cross Ilitl Augt 31,66

Captain :

A. Wm Barber

Lieutenant :

A—Wm Ramo

Ensign ;

A—Jno Wilson

Mar 8,67 ;

No 5 Coy Berliji Septr 14,66

Captain :

A—Thos Miller

Lieutenant :

A—J Warenne Brown

Ensign :

A—Alex Millar

burgeon :

i

Atst Surgeon :

Septr 14,66 Captain :

Captain

6 Compfinies.

Novr 16,66

Novr 16,66

ti

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Novr ^,m

ZOth *' Wellhigtou " Bait of Rifles

Septr 14,66

Head Qiiraters, Gtielph.

Lieut Colonel :

1— Nathaniel Higinbottam

Septr 14,66

Majors :

1—Chs Clarke

A. 5J—Thos A McMillan '«

No 1 Coy Garrison Battery, Guelpk

No 2 Coy Giielph Mar 6,56

:

2—Geo Bruce Deer 21,66

Lieutenant :

X. 2—Andw McBride "

Ensign :

A—Jno Hooper March 8,67

No 3 Coy Fergus Augt 13,61

A— Kobert Lingwood Novr 16,66

Lieutenant :

A—JnoBeattie

En»ign :

A—Hugh Wilson

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No 4 Coy Etora Augt 30,61 ;

I

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Captain :

X. «—Wm Leech Movr 16,66

Lieutenant :

j

Qr Master :

Surgeon :

A—Frank McFarlane

4Cn.oign :

A—Robt Tribe

«

No Coy Mount Forest

Kovr 30,61

Captain :

I»—Alexr Godfrey June 30,64

Lieutenant

A—Robt Smith Novr 16,66

Ensign :

A Jhs Culcleugh

**

No 6 Coy Eramosa Seplr 2S,66

Captain :

A—H H Swinford

Lieutenant :

A—David Rea

Ensign :

A—Jasi Kennedy

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Seplr 28,66

No 7 Coy Eriit Septr 2S,66

Captain :

A—Jas S Fead Septr 28,66

Lieutenant :

A—Thos Carberry

Ensign :

A—Robt K McLachlan Feb 22,67

No S Coy Wkittington Octr 5,66

Captain :

A—Robt Bou.«field

Lieutenant :

Octr 5,66

A—Robt J no W bitten

Ensio-ii :

A—Ed Payne

No 9 Coy Ilulleu Octr 12,66

Captain :-

A— '1 h.>s Thompson Octr 12,66

Lieutenanl :

A—SHrnl llobertfon

Ensign :

A—Chs B Major

Paymastrr :

Mal'.-ulm O IMacgregor h c

Febv 22,67

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Adjutant

1—Jas Armstrong c Septr 14,66

Wm T Morrice

«

Georges Herod ^

Asst Surgeon :

",,- 14,57

ArlhurHPaget,MDS'i">:?!-62

Deer 14,66

9 Comjyaiiies.

31*^ « Grey " Battalion of Infantry

Septr 14,66

Head Quarters, Otven Soi(7td.

Lieut Colonel :

A— VV D Pollard Seplr 14,66

Majors :

A—Jas Cannon, Senr

A. 3—J no Creasor

No 1 Coy Oweii Saiuid Oclr 24,62

Captain :

«—Geo McL. Butchart Novr 9,66

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Alfred B Spencer «

Ensign :

No 2 Coy Meaford Octr 17,62

Captain :

T. 1—Wm H Taylor Octr 12,66

Lieutenant :

A—JnoW Layton

Ensign :

A—Jno D McGliee

Ny 3 Coy Leith J any 30,63

Captain :

T. 2—Jas P TeWord J any 11,67

Lieutenant :

A— Robt Vanvvyciv

Ensign :

No 4 Coy Durham Feby 6,63

Captain :

A—Wm M Anderson Jany 4,67

Lieutenant :

A—JnoMcCullocK

Ensign :

A—Jno Moodie

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48 Infantry and Rifle Battcdions.

No 5 Coy Owen Sowid


Ncj 1 Coi/ " Garrison Battery "

Goderick

Lifuntnj and Rifle Battalions. 49

No 2 Coi/ Goderich Jany 22,6

Captain :

1_W T Hays

.Lt**utenanl :

•2—Jno Davidson

Ensign :

•J—B Seymour

Mar 16,66

No 3 Coy Seafortk Novr 21,62

Captain :

•J—Thos P Bull

Lieutenant :

Novr 9,66

Ensign :

X. a—Wm McPhillips

Novr 9,66

Nu 4 Coy Ciinton June 8,66

Captain :

T—Wm F Murray Seplr 14,66

Lieutenant :

A— Freclk Whilt July 6,66

Ensign :

A—Jno Dinsley

"

No 5 Coy Bayfield June 8,66

En>«ign :

A—Peter Canteloii Novr 9,66

Paymaster :

Adjutant :

{

Qr Master :

j

j No

I Surceon

:

Peter A McUougall, M D

March S,67

Ass* Surgeon :

Wm R'Holmes, M D "

7 Companies.

"iXth " Ontario " Bait of Infautri/

Septr 14,66

Jleofl Quarters, Whithy.

Lieut Colonel :

T\ 1—S B Fairbanks Sept 14,66

Majors :

A—J as Wallace, m Septr 14,66

A—Wm Warren, Junr *'

1 Coy Whitby Mar 3],5S

Captain :

j

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Captain :

A—W W Connor July

A—Allan

6,66 Lieutenant :

Lieutenant :

X. l—ThosR Jackson "

T.

Ensign :

Ensign :

A—Jno j

A—J M Pollard

No 6 Coy Exeter Augt 31,66

«

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Cameron Novr 9,66

5J—Angus McKay "

McTeague **

2 Coy Oshawa Novr 23,62

Captain :

|

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Captain :

A—Jno Hyndman

j

Augt 31,66

A—David

Lieutenant :

Lieutenant : X.

F Burke Octr 23*66

"i—Thos L Ritter "

A—JnoSpackman " {Ensign:

1—Chs T Gibl« «

A—Thos M Bowerman "

Ensign : T.

Not Coy Goderich Township Ca plain '

Augt 17,66

I

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Captain :

A—Jno McDonald

A—Wm

Lieutenant :

Augt 17,66 T.

Lieutenant :

A—Wm Shepperd Novr

Ensign :

9,66 A—Wm

4

No 3 Coy Oshawa Novr 2?,62

D Michael Septr 1-1,66

JJ—M Dullea "

Dickie «


50 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 4 Coy Wkithy Deer 26,62 i

Captain :

;!J—Geo H F Dartnell July 10,63

Lieutenant :

3—Michael O'Donovan

April 13,66

Ensign :

SJ—James Youns:

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No 5 Coy Prince Albert Jany 2,63

Captain :

A—Jno Billing'

LiifUtenant :

T. 3—Lyman C Clarke «

Ensign :

Deer 2S,66

A— Walter Pound Jany 4,67

No ^ Coy Greenwood Jany 9,63

Captain :

T. 3—Jas G Smith Octr 23,66

Lieutenant

T. 2—F E Gibbs

Ensign :

T. 3—Frcdk W Gibbs «

No 7 Coy XJxbridge Feby 6,63

Captain :

Robert Spears

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Saml Cowan Mar 16,66

Ensign :

T. 3—J as Anderson "

No 8 Coy Cdumhns Feby 6,63

Captain :

George Prentice Feby 6,63

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Jno Edwin Farewell '^

Ensign :

Joseph Scurroh

«

No 9 Coy Broo/diu Fe!»y 6,63

Captain :

Thomas Hodgson Feby 6,63

Lieutenant :

X. 3— VVm Krown Mar 23,66

Ensign :

T~AIex Monrgornciy «

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10 Coy Camiivgtmi Novr 16,66

Captain :

A—Matt Cowen Novr 16.66

Lieutenant :

A—Chs C Kellar

Ensign :

A—Chs V John5.ton

Paymaster

Thos C Forman, m Scptr 14,66

Adjutant :

X. 1—C A Jones, c

Qr Master :

Robert E Perry Jany 25,67

Surgeon :

Wm O Eastwood, M D «

Anst Surgeon :

Jas J Hillary

«

10 Companies.

Zbth " Stmcoe " Batt of Infantry

SepU 14 63

Head Quarters Bartie.

Lieut Colonel :

1—AlexrR Stephen, /c Sept 14,66

Majors :

1—Alexr McKenzie, w ''

1—Geol Moberly «

No 1 Coy Barrie Deer 27,55

Captain :

T. 3—Wm J Graham Sept 1,66

Lieutenant :

A—Thos C Sid worth Novr 9,66

Ensign :

A—Hy Wisden

No 2 Coy Collingwood Novr 13,56

Captain :

A—Thos P Wolfe

Lieutenant

Octr 2fa,66

:

A—Hy Trolt

En-sign :

T. 2—Stephen Lett

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No 3 Coy Cookstown

Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 51


52 hifantvy and Rljie Battalions.

No2 Coy Brxm^ttoii J any 2,63

Captain

Christopher Stork

Lieutenant :

Jno Robertson

Ensign :

Ju«eDh Dodd

Jany 2,63

No 4 Coy Albion Jany 9,63

Captain :

3—George Evans Jany 9,63

Lieutenant :

Tfios Williamson «

Ensign :

T. 3—Robl H Booth b>ptr 8,65

No 5 Coy Streetsville Jany 16,63

Captain

Jany 16,63

:

Thomas Grafton

Lieutenant :

T. 2—Wm F Barber Mar S,67

Ensign :

Captain :

No 6 Coy Alton Jany 16,63

Lieu enant

A—Hugh Brewster April 27,66

Ensign :

A—SamI Nelson

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No 7 Coy Grahamsville Feby 6,63

Captain :

Lieutenant :

'r.3—Wm J Graham Deer 14,66

Ensign :

A—Frs Hassard

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No 8 Coy Mo7io Mills Octr 19,66

No 9 Coy TiiUamore Oct 19,66

Captain :

A—JnoOrr

Lieutenant :

Octr 19,66

A— Ed Odium

Ensign : ^

A—Waring H Ellis

No \0 Coy Sand Hill Oclr 19,66

Captain :

A—Geo Parker

Lieutenant :

Octr 19,66

A—Chs Elliott

Ensign :

A—Jas Shields

Paymaster :

Adjutant :

X. 2—Arthur IS'esbitt, c

Qr Master :

Jno Bell

Captain :

A—Jno Patterson Octr 19,66

Captain :

T—Adam A Davis Novr 9,66

Lieutenant :

T. 2—Maih S Vance «

Lieutenant

Ensign :

A—J as JacL'soa "

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T. 2—Jeffrey Hill "

Ensign :

«

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5 Septr 14,66

^Jany 4,67

Surgeon :

Jno Knigiit Riddall, IM D

Jany 11,67

Asst Surgeon :

10 Companies,

Zltk


Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 53

8 Coy JSlotuit Hecdy Deer 21,66

No

1

No 2 Cfly Dimnville July 24,56 j

Captain :

Capiain :

_

,—Jno Tho3 Johnson Septr 2S,66

Lieutenani

A—Wni Fowler

Ensign :

A—Win Muisoa

A—Wm Kennedy

Lieutenant :

A—Jno H Rogers

Ensign :

A—Alexr W Thompson

No-i Coy Caledonia Augt 27,62 Paymaster

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Deer 21,66

Michael Harcourt Novr 9,66

Captain : Adjutant :

'r. a—Wilham Jackson ! a.

Augt 27,62 . Qr Master :

Lieutenant: i KoU

'1\3—Rout Ihorburn June 22,66 j Sur"-eon :

Ensign: j W,n

X. 1—Geo Chrystal June 22,66 \ ^g^^ Surgeon :

Jacob Baxter, M D

No 4 Coy Oneida July 6,66

Captain :

A—Hugh Stewart July 6,66

Lieutenant

A—Stewart Mulvey

Ensign :

A—Wm Glenn

iJ—Wm Davis Septr 28,66

K Nelles Novr 9,66

MePherson J any 18,67

S Companies.

Zttk " Brant " Batt of Infantry

Septr 28,66

Head Quarters, Brantford,

Lieut Colonel :

-.r r ^ .. „ .., . o, .. A—WmPaiton Octr 12,66

No 5 Coy Hulls ville Augt 31,66 | M^ors

Captain :

A—Wm Kyati Augt 31,66

Lieutenant

A—A Buchanan Harris "

Ensign :

A—David Murray "

No 6 Coy Chtapside Sept 14,66

Captain :

A-E(I J Steele

Lieutenant :

A—-Jesbee Parker

Ensign :

A—Kichd W Ruston

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54 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

IVo 4 Cot/ Mount Pleasant

Jany 30,63

Captain :

*Z—Crosby Heaton May 25,66

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

A—Davd Rulher/ord July 6,66

No 5 Coy Brantford June 1,66

Captain :

A—Henry Lenimon June 1,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jno Ballachey

Enn'gn :

A—Jno Minore

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No 6 Coy Burford Augt 17,60

Captain :

A—Edmond Yeigh Novr 9,66

Lieutenant

A—Claudius Byrne Augt 17,66

Ensign :

A—Stephen Wetmore Deer 14,66

No 7 Coy Brumho J any 30,63

Captain :

a—Jno Laidlow

Lieutenant :

Novr 30,66

X. 2—Geo B Patullo

Ensign :

A—Jno Waters ^ "

Paymaster :

Win Grant, c N ovr 30,66

Adjutant

X. 2—Sanil W Fear, I

Qr Master :

B Filmingliain

Surgeon :

Ed Theodore Bown, M D

Jany 25,67

Asst Surgeon :

7 Compayiies.

39lh « Norfolk » Batt of Rifles

Septr 2S,66

Head Quarters^ Simcoe.

Lient Colonel :

A— David Tisdale Sept 23,66

Majors :

1—Simon P Mabee Octr 26,66

A—Ch8 W Matheson "

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1 Coy Simcoe Jany 22,62

No I

i Captain :

I A—

David M Walker Octr 26,66

Lieutenant :

A—Robt P Jackson Deer 14,6G

Ensign :

A—Hy Lovel Coombs *f

No 2 Coy Villa Nova Octr 15,61

Captain :

A—Wm C Thompson Deer 14,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jno Charters

Ensign :

A—Josiah B Johnson M D "

No 3 Coy Fort Rowan Jany 23,63

Captam :

1. X, 2—Jas Ryan Octr 25,66

Lieutenant :

A—Josh Raymond Deer 14,66

Ensign :

X.—Chs Ross

No 4 Coy Waisingham Jany 23,63

" Pleasant Hilt."

Captain :

J D Morg:an Jany 23,63

Lieutenant :

Thos Leyman Augt 21,63

Ensign :

John Holtby Jany 23,63

No 5 Coy Waterford Augt 17,66

Captam :

A—Edwin L Heath Augt 17,66

Lieutenant :

A—Alexr Farnsworth

Ensign :

No 6 Coy Simcoe Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—David Swinton Augt 17,66

Lieutenant :

A—Thos Puzey

Ensign :

A—Joshua Au^tin

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Infantry and Rifle Bittallons. 55

Paymaster :

Jno McLaren Octr 2Q,QQ

Adjutant

A—Clarence C Rapelye, ^ "

Qr Ma^te^ :

Wm W Livingstone Deer 14,66

Surgeon :

John Piielan Jany 1S,67

As^t Surgeon :

Wni H Ci»renton

6 Companies.

40t/i '' Nort/tn?nder/a?id" Batt of

Infantry Oetr 5,66

Head Quarters, Cobourg.

Lieut Colonel :

T. 1— Wm Smith Octr oM

Major* :

'1'. 1—Griflilhs Wainewrisht

JMovr 16,66

Cobourg " Garrison Batty " attached

No I Coy Cobourg Jany 21,66

Captain :

5J—Jno V Graveley Novr 16,6G

Lieutenant :

T. a—llerwin II Floyd

,. . Deer 14,66

Lnsign :

No 2 Coy Coliourg Feby 6,63

Captain :

Charles Elliott Feby 6,63 i

Lieutenant :

Tl.—WmH Floyd Mar 16,66

Ensifrn :

X—Jas Austin

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No 3 Coy Camphcllford Jany 30,63

C'aotain :

George Tice Jany 30 63

Lieutenant :

X. 3—Ilicd Bonnycasile

FeHy 1,67

Ensiffn :

'F. 3—Jno Johnstone "

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No 4 Coy Brighton July 20,66

Captain :

'r. a—A C Webb July 20,66

Lieutenant :

T. Ji—Noble Dean Deer 21,66

Ensign :

A—C M Lawion July 20.66

Nob Coy Cdd Sfrings Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—ChsGiflbrd ^Augt 17,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jas A Finlay

Ensign :

A—Gideon Page

No 6 Cuy Grafton Augt 17,66

Captain :

1—lio!)t Z Rogers Augt 17,66

Lieutenajit :

W Standly "

, A—R

En>ign :

A—Angus H Macdonald "

No 7 Coy Colborne Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—Addison Vars

Lieutenant :

Septr 7,66

A—J A G Crozier

Ensign :

A—A Campbell

No 8 Coy Castleton Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—Wm Duncan Septr 14,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jno Stewart

Ensign :

A—Jos A Black

No 9 Coy Warlworth Augt 17,6o

Captain :

A—Royal P Hurlbut Septr 28,66

Lieutenant :

A—iit-njamin Ewing

Ensign :

A—John Speirs

Paymaster :

R D Clialterton Octr ,66

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56 Infantry and Rljie Battalions.

Adjutant and D I :

T, 1—Henry Smith Octr 5,66

Qr Master :

Frederifk Boswell

Surgeon :

Jas Pringle, M D Jany J 8,67

Asst Surgeon :

Alexr N Bsthune, M D «

10 Companies.

AUt'^Broc/^oille" Batt of Rifles

Uotr o,6g

Head Quarters, BrocLviUe.

Lieut Colonel :

1—J as Crawford, / c Octr 5,6*5

Majors :

A—Jas Poole Novr 30,66

A—Hobt G wyune "

No 1 Coy Brockville Septr 27,55

CaplaJn :

1—WdmotHCole Mar 3,66

Lieutenant :

^ 1—Edmund W Windeat «

E^nsign :

No 2 (Joy Gananoqiie Deer 10,57

Captain :

3—Robert McCrum, M D

April 17,63

Lieutenant

Ensign :

3—Joshua Legge, Jr

No 3 Coy Perth June 17,61

Captain :

T. 1—Edmund Spillman

July 23,65

Lieutenant :

T. 3—Thos Mofldt

Ensign :

3—Jiio W Douglas Mar 23,66

No 4 Coy MsrricJcoille July 3,62

Captain :

3—W Wright Novr 30,66

A— Horatio Holden "

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

A—llobt Harrison


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No 2 Coy 'Broe/cvitU Deer 1 1 ,62


58 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 6 Coy Goulbicni Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—Wm Garvin Augt 17,66

A—Wm Henderson "

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

A—Jao Shilling-ton

No 7 Co7j Manotick Deer 14,66

Captain :

A—Peter Davidson Deer 14,66

Lieutenant :

A— Peter Martin

Ensign :

A—Jno Pretty

Paymaster :

K E Lyon

Adjutant :

T 1.—Wm H Falls

Qr Master :

Joseph R Hannah

Surgeon :

A?st Surgeon :

7 Companies.

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Deer 14,6G

Wth " Welland '' Batt of Infantry

Novr 16,6"6

Head Quartersy Clifton.

Lieut Colonel :

1—Sidney Barnett Novr 16,66

Major* :

No 1 Coy CUftmi Jany 9,63

Captain :

Lieutenant :

A—Jno Hy Cannon Novr 16,66

Ensign :

No 2 Coy Tkorold Octr 16,61

Captain :

A—Hugh James Augt 10,66

Lieutenant :

f

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A—Jas B Benson

En^^ign :

*2—lhG Barwriek-^

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No 2 Coy Chippewa Augt 10,66:

Captain :

A—J C Kirkpatriek Angt 10,66

Lieutenant :

.

A—Thos Macklem

Ensign :

A—Jno Flett

No 4 Coy Fort Erie A u gt^S 1 ,6«

Captain :

A—Chs Treble Septr 21,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jno A Graham

Ensign :

A—Jos Newbigging


No 5 Cay Welland Novr 9,66

Captain :

A—David Bald Novr 9,66

Lieutenant :

A—C E Hamilton

Ensign :

S M Pattison

No6 G WRyCoy Clifton

Augt 17,66

Captain :

A— li B Price Augt 17,66

Lieutenant :

a—T Butters

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Ensign :

2—Wm Stiff

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No 7 Coy Stcveiisville Deer 21,66

To do mounted duty when required.

Captain :

A—Franklin Goforth, M D

Deer 21,66

Lieutenant :

A—Thos L Newbigging "

Ensign :

A—Geo Graham

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Pavmaster :

Clare St G Garwood Novr 17,66

Adjutant :

X. 1—Jno N Sutherland,/ "

Qr Master :

Jno Allan Orchard

Surgeon :

Frs C Mewburn, M D March 8,76

Asst Surgeon :

7 Companies.

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Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 59


60 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 7 Coy Janetvillt Deer 21,66


Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 61

I

No 1 Coy Tamtvorth June 8,66 No 8 Coy Eriiesttoion Augt 10,66

Captain Captain :

X. 1—Stephen Fairfield

Augt 10,66

I

Lieutenant :

i

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A—Johnson Brown

Lieutenant

June 8,G6

:

Ensign :

A—Jno D Amey

**

En.Hign :

A—Jno Hogle

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No 2 Coy Taviwortk July 13,66

Captain :

A—HyJ Douglas July 13,66

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

No 3 Coy Napavee June 8,66

Captain :

Geo A Eraser June 15,66

Lieutenant :

A. a—Arthur W Bensor

Oclr 5,66

Ensign :

No 4 Coy Napanee July 13,66

Captain :

T. 1—Fredk W Campbell

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

No 5 Coy Amherst Island

June 8,66

Captain :

T. o—Wm Fowler June 15,66

Lieutenant

Ensign :

No 6 Coy Bath Augt 17,66

A—W F Peterson Augt 17,66

Captain :

Lieutenant :

A—Jno D Noble

Ensign :

A—H G Finkle

No 7 Coy Odessa Augt 17,66

Captain :

Lieutenant :

T. ii—Arnold P Booth Augt 17,66

Ensign :

T. 2— All)ert Rockwell "

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Adjutant

X. 1—Ed Stevenson ^Sfplr 14,66

Qr Master :

Surgeon :

Asst Surgeon :

j

8 Covipanies.

49//* « Hastings ^^ Batt oflafantry

Septr 14,(i6

Head Quarters, Stirliyig,

L-eut Colonel :

1—James Brown Septr 14,66

Majors :

1—McKcnzie Bowell . Feb

A—Jas Cummings

22,6T

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No 1 Coy Bdleville March 4,68

Captain :

X. 1— Philip Hambly Feb 22,67

Lieutenant :

A— Allen T. Petrie

Ensign :

it—Hutchinson Carrulher?,

Feb. 22,67

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No 2 Coy Stirling June 8,66

Captain :

A—GH Boulter, MD June 15,66

Lieulenoiit :

Ensign :

A—JehicI Haw.'ey June 16,66

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62 Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 3 Coy Sidney June 8,66

Captain :

A—Betij H Vandervoort

Lieutenant

A—John Caverly

Ensij^n :

A—Theodore Foster

J any 18,67

No 4 Coy Modoc. Novr 30,66

Captain :

A—Ijeo D Rawe Novr 30,66

Lieutenant :

A—J no Tassie

*^

Ensign :

A—J no Robertson «

No 5 Coy Tyendsnaga " Melrose "

Novr 30,66

Captain :

T. 1—Stephen Pashlev

Novr 30,66

Lieutenant

A—Chs Anderson

Ensign :

A-^Jno Cole

No 6 Hoy Tre7ito)i " Garrison

Battery" July 20,G6

Captain :

A—Hy Wright Day, M D

July 20,66

Ist L'eutenant :

A—Shuter Smith Bonter

2nd Lieutenant :

A—Chs Francis

Paymaster :

Geo H Crordon

Adjutant :

a—Ed Fidler

Qf Master :

Geo. James

Surgeon :

Chs. N. Ridley

Asst Surgeon :

6 Companies.

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Septr 1-^66

Feb 22,67

March 4.58

Feb 22,66

50tk Beittalion ^' Huntingdon

Borderers "

Seplr 14,06

Head Quarters, liocMurn.

L[>'\n Colonel :

A. 2—Alexr Blackwood

Septr 14,66

Msjors :

1—A MoEaohern

1—Frs Whyte

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No 1 Coy Hinchijibroo^e May 11,60

Captain :

a— Robt Johnston Mar 30,66

Lieutenant :

A—Samuel Henderson "

Ensign :

A—Jas Henderson


Infantry and Rifle Battalions. 63

No 6 Coy Rockhurn Feby 6,63

Caplain :

X. a—Archd McLaren Novr 9,66

Lieutenant :

a—Robt Middlemiss

Ensign :

A—Kobt Wilkinson

'No 7 Coy Huntingdon June 8,66

Captain :

A—Jno Gilmore Boyd July

Lieutenant

6,66

:

A—Ja.s P Sexton

Ensign :

A—Danl Shanks

No 8 Coy De WitteviUe July 20,66

Captaii :

A—Jas Feeny

Lieutenant

July 20,6U

:

A— Kobt N Oliver

Ensign :

A—VVm Chisholm

Paymaster :

1—Joshua Breadner / Novr 9,66

Adjutant and D I :

T. 2—Wm S Maclaren «

Qr Master :

Surgeon :

Francis \V Sheriff Novr 9,66

Assl Surgeon :

8 Companies.

b\H Battdifr.! " Hemmingford

Ravge,rs "

Septr 14,66

Head Quarters^ Hemmingjord.

Lieut Colonel :

1—Robert Roger* Septr 14,66

Majors :

A—PMcNaughton

No 1 Coy Ravdock Feby 23,60

Captain :

T. 1—Thos Sanders

Lieutenant :

Jany 18,67

X. 2—Thos Milne

Ensign :

A—Chs Gordon « :

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No 2 Coy Lacolle

Captain :

1—Jno T Stoakes

Lieutenant :

Ensign :

Deer 12,62

Novr 17,66

No 3 Coy Franklin Feby 6,C3

Caplain :

X. 1—FACantwell Octr 12,66

Lieutenant :

A—Moses Rowe

Ensign :

X—Alexr Blair Jan 1 1 ,67

No 4 Coy Hemmingford Feby 6,63

Captain :

A—Wm B Johnson July 19,66

Lieutenant :

X— Alexr MtKeivey Jany 11,67

En.Nign :

A—Donald McNaughton «*

No 5 Coy Roxhain Feby 6,63

Captain :

Richard Lucas

Lieutenant :

Feby 6,63

(Jeorge Elliott

Ensign :

George Peacock

No 6 Coy Hemmingford July 20,66

Caplain :

X. 1—Jno A Scriver

Lieutenant :

July 20,66

2—Jas F Scriver

Ensign :

A—Richd Hayes

No 7 Coy Si Jean C/irt/sostome

Augl 17,6(>

Captain :

A—Dond A Livingstone

Augt 17,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jas Stewart

Ensign :

A—Jno Lett

Paymaster :

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64 Infantry and Rifle BattaVtc

Adjutant

T. 1—Jao McFee I Octr 12,66

Qr Master :

A. 1—DoudE McFee Jan 11,67

Surgeon

A Loates

^''^'' 2^,61

C A Coates \

^ ^^^^^ ^2,66

Asst Surgeon :

7 Companies.

6%'id " Bedford " Battalion oj

Infantry

Septr 14,66

Head Quarters, KnoivUon,

Lieut Colonel

C Dunkin, M P P Septr 14,66

Majors :

1— Robt Millar, m

No 1 Coy Granhy Jany 9,63

Captain :

T. 1—Arthur H Gilmour

Novr 9,66

Lieutenant

T. »—Theo Amyrauld «

Ensign :

T 1.—Jno Blackwood

Feb 15,67

:No 2 Coy Grajidy Jany 9,63

Captain :

1—James Chalmers

Lieutenant :

Jany 9,63

Joseph Taylor

Ensign :

T. 1—Richd Scale Mar 23,66

No 3 Coy Waterloo Jany 9,63

Captain :

3—(Jharles Maynes Jany 9,63

Lieutenant :

James Maynes July 24,63

Ensign :

T. 1—Wm If Robinson

Mar 23,66

No 4 Coy Waterloo Jany 9,63

Captain :

1—Frs £ Fourdrinier Augt 4,65

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Lieutenant :

X. 1—Thos Slack O-tr 5,66

Ensign :

'F. a—Benjn Longley Novr 9,66

No 5 Coy Philipsbtirg Mar 9,66

Captain :

A— Peter Smith Mar 9,66

Lieutenant :

A—Horatio N Sixby Oelr 5,66

Ensign :

A—Amos A Russell "

No 6 Coy Freiighsburg Mar 9,66

Captain :

A—Leonard Titemore Mar 9,66

Lieutenant :

:T. 3—Wm M Pattison May 4,66

Ensign :

X. 1—Brigham Krans Sept 14,66

No 7 Coy Aherconi June 8,66

Captain :

A—Asa Frary Octr 5,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jeremy Allen Octr 26,66

Ensign :

A—Naaman Willey "

No 8 Coy Knoivltoii June 8,66

Captain :

A—Hiram S Foster Octr 6,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jos Lefebvre Octr 26,66

Ensign :

A—Wm Pettsrs

No 9 Coy Sutton June 8,66

Captain :

A—Jas Flannery 0«*tr 5,66

Lieutenant :

A—SNBoright Octr 26,66

Ensign :

A—Jno Robinson "

No 10 Coy East Farvliam

June 15,66

Captain :

A—Calvin Hall June 15,66

Lieutenant :

A—Elijah W Hall

Ensign :

Octr 26,66

A—W Adams

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Infantry and Rifle Battalions. G5

No 11 CoyDir.ihani Septr 14,66

Captain :

A—Gr L Kemp Septr 14,66

Lieutenant

A—Jas Robsoii

**

Ensign :

A—E P Stevens

No 12 (7oy MamonvilU Oc-tr 5,66

Captain ;

A— Robert Manson Ocir 5,66

Lieutenant

A—Math H Peabody

Ensign :

A—David A Manson

No 13 Coy West Farnham

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Octr 5,66

Captain :

A—R McCorkill Oetr 5,66

Lieutenant

A— D B Mei-s

Ensign :

A—Wm Donohue

No 14 Coy Stonhridge Deer 21,06

Captain :

A—Henry N Bjc-kus Deer 21,66

Lieutenant

A—Chi Best

Ensign :

A. 'r. 2—ChsConstantine "

Paymaster :

Adjutant

Qr Master :

Jno J JoscelynSeaton Deer 14,65

Surgeon :

Jo*luia Chamberlain M D

Novr 30,66

Asst Surgeon :

14 Companies.

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53r^ « Skerbroole " Batt ofInfantry

Septr 21,60

Read QiiarterSj Melbourne,

Lieut Colonel

T. 1— Kt Hon Udolphus Lord

Aylmer Sepir 14,66

Majors :

'1'. 1—H R Hanning Octr 28,66

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No 1 Coy Sherhrooke Mar 20,56

Captain :

T. 1— William E Ibbotson, m

Jauy 29,57

Lieutenant

Ensign :

No 2 Coy Sherbroo.ie Novr 13,60

Captam :

John Woodward Novr 22,61

Lieutenant

Ensign :

No 3 Coy Danville July 17,02

Captain :

Lieutenant :

T. '2—Hector B McKenzie

July 14,65

Ensign :

T. 3—Ed S Bernard Mar 30,66

No 4 Coy Melbourne " Kingsbury

iMur 16,66

Captain :

'r. 1—Geo \V WiUiamson

Mar 16,66

Lieutenant :

T. 1—

Ensijrn :

T. a—JdS W Philbrick

April 13,66

No ^ Coy Richmond Mar 16,66

Captain :

Lieutenant :

M M Tail

S Miller

I Ensign :

i W

Mar 16,66


6Q Infantry and Rifle Battalions.

No 6 Coy Lennoxvilh


Captain api

Thos Hart

Lieutenant

Infantry and Rijic Battalions.

No 4 Coy Richmoyid

April 27,66 i

Leonard Thomas May 1 i 1,66

Ensign :

Geo Gilmaa Bryant

No 5 Coy Sherbroo^e

Captain :

Josepli Robb

Lieutenant :

J no Dean

Ensign :

Joseph Unswortb

No 6 Coy Point Levi

April 27,66

May 11,66

Captain :

Andw S McBean April 27,66

Lieutenant :

Alex Eraser May 11,66

Ensign :

Wm Harder

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No 7 Coy Montreal Septr 7,66

Captain :

Arthur Crosbie

Lieutenant

George Swain

Ensign :

James Clark

Paymaster :

Alfred Brown

Adjutant

Qr Master :

Kichtl Luitroll

7^

ompames.

Septr 7,66

a

Septr 7,66

Augl 31,66

Augt 31,66

Officers acting till furth$r orders

excepting tJiose designaXed otherwise.

No I

! Captain :

1 Coy Mo7itreal

«—Joseph Marks

.

I Lieutenant :

«—Wm

!

Wall

Ensign •

a—Thos Alcock

April 27,66

May 11,66

No 2 Coy Mo7itreal

Captain

Joseph White

Ocir 26,66

Lieutenant :

James Kearney

Ensign :

James Trihey

No 3 Coy Montreal

Captain :

JnoS Clarke April 27,66

Lieutenant :

JasBell May 11,66

Ensign :

2—Fat Newell

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No 4 Coy Brockville

Captain :

3—Wm McKechnie April 27,66

Lieutenant :

Wm Pentbld May 11,66

Ensign :

J^s D Murray


No 5 Coy Brockville

Captain :

a—Frank Young April 27,66

Lieutenant :

i>—Wm Hy Greaves May 11,66

Ensign :

David Imric

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No 6 Coy Ki7igsto?i

Captain :

a—Wm Young April 27,66

Lieutenant :

William Neilson May 11,66

Ensign :

William Bowey

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2rd "Battidi'on^^ Grand Trunk

Railway Brigade ^

Rifles.

Major:

Captain iptnin :

j

Wni Wnj Coe \ Nunn

Lieuten-tnl :

Sam! Phipps

April 27,66

May 11,66

Jno Shedden June 15,66 Ensign :

I Geo

B Keeve Octr 5,66

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No 8 Coy Belleville


Infantry and Rifle Battalions, dr. 69

The « Civil Service Rifle Regt »'

Head Quarters, Ottawa.

Soptr 21,66

Lieut Colonel :

Thomas Wily, I c Septr 21,66

Majors :

^ 1—Hewitt Bernard, I e «

1—Chs J Anderson

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Captains :

A—R S M Bouchette «

A—J no Lanqftoii

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A—Ed A MeriditU «

T. 1—Wm B Lindsay «

A—Geo E Oeabarats "

A—Wm Wbite

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Lieutenants

"

1— Frederick Braua "

A—Alexr J Cambie «

A—H C Hav

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A—E T Tache

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A—Cunningham J Stewart "

1—Jno Le Bretoa Ross, a

Novr 9,66

T. 1—Henry tt Sinilii Feby 8,67

Ensigns :

T. 1—Brinsley King Septr 21,66

T. 1-^olm Walsh "

A—Charles Bosse "

A—H B Dufort Novr 9,66

A—C Herbert O'meara

Novr 16,66

A—George Hy Lane Feby 16,67

Paymaster :

Horace Wiekstead, k c

Septr 21,66

Adjutant

1—John Le Breton Hoss I

Feby 8,67

Qr Master :

John Ashworth Septf 2 1 ,Q6

Surgeon :

W«W.Uon.MD j°-j»;«'

6 Companies.

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES,

Aikhurnkam hify Coy J any 30,63

Captain :

T. 3—J as Z Rogers May 4,66

Lieutenant :

A—Jno Burham J uly 27,66

Ensign :

A—Chs S Dudman Augt 31,66

AtiltsvilU Infy Coy July 20,66

Captain :

A—Jno J Adams July 20,66

Lieutenant

T. 1—Jas Hy Brcdin

Ensign :

A—Wm D Wilson

Barrie Infy Coy Ootr 19,66

to du mounted duty lohen required.

Captain :

A—D'Arcy Boulton Oclp 19,66

Lieutenant

A—Wm Lount

Ensign :

A—Jo$ Rogers

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70 Independent Companies.

Lieutenant

A—Ja« Mills Augt 17,66

Ensign :

A—Andw McKnight

Binhrook Infy Coy Augt 17,66

Cn plain :

A—J no Brown, Junr Augt 17,66

Lieutenant

A—J as Kice

En»ign :

A—J as Hoeg

Bishofs College Rifle Coy

Deer 6,66

" LennoxvilleP

Captain :

1—J B Hyndman April 13,66

Lieutenant

A— Ernest A W King Deer 14,66

Ensign :

X. 2— Win Lovell Fra^er

June 1,66

Bohcaygeon Infy Coy June 8,66

Captain :

A—H D Sheffield Seplr 28,66

Lieutenan' :

A—Gardiner Boyd

Ensign :

A—Lewis Parker

Bromptoii and Windsor Infy Coy

Seplr 14,66

Captain :

A—VV^ G Mack Seplr 14,66

Lieutenant

A—E 11 Webb "

Ensign :

A—Chs Hill

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Burrits Rapids Infy Coy J any 30,63

Captain :

George Shepherd Jany 30,63

Lieutenant

2— Reuben O Campbell "

Ensign :

2—Edwin Burritt "


Dundas Infy Coy June 8,66

Captain :

A—Alex R Warden June 16,66

Lieutenant

A— Herbert Chs Gw) n

Ensign :

A—Thos McKee

Durham L C Infy Coy Jany J 8,67

Captain :

A—J as Mairs Jany 18,67

Lieutenant:

A—Archd Bothwell

EnNi;^n :

A— J as Alexander


MarMetoti hify Coy Novr 16,66

Independent Companies.

Captain :

A—H G \f ayland Kovr 16,66

Lieutenant :

X. a—W W Wayland "

Ensign :

A—H Lothrop

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\st Infy Coy Megantic Mar 9,66

« Kinnear's Milts."

Captain :

X. 1—A G frvine Mar 9,66

Lieutenant

X. a—Jas Coxon Mar 30,66

Ensign :

A. 1—Chs Pentland Mar 16,66

2iid Infy Coy Megantic Feby 15,67

" McKeiizie's Mills.'\

Captain :

X. 2—Jas A McKenzie

Feby 15,67

Lieutenant :

X. a—Wm J Ward «

EnMgn :

X. a—Thos McKenzie «

Zrd Infy Coy Mfgantic Feby 15,67

" Inverness."

Captain :

X. a—Robt Stewart Feby 15,67

Lieutenant

X. a-Chs Black

Ensign :

X. 2—Jno A Wallace «

Miller^s Cor7iers Infy Coy

June 8,66

Captain :

A—Jno Johnston Septr 21,66

Lieutenant

A—Wm Jackson

Ensign :

A—Thos Dunlop

NajyierviUe Infy Coy Feby 6,63

Captain :

DTrudeau Feby 6,63

Lieutenant

ni n :

tl\ Oliver Slunrt April 10,63

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Captain :

X. 1—G Desilets April 21,65

Lieutenant :

X. 1— Victor Laurin April 20,66

Ensign :

Norwood Infy Coy Augt 17,66

Captain :

A—Thos M Grover Deer 14,66

Lieutenant

A—Math G Vars

Ensign :

A—Thos F Riggs

Omemee Infy Coy Angt 17,66

Captain :

A—W HColtingbam Augt 17,66

Lieutenant

A—Jno Jas English

Ensign :

A—Thos Stephenson

Ottawa and Prescott Raihrny

Rifle Coy June 15,66

« Prescott."

Captain :

A—Titus S Dctlor June 15,66

Lieutenant

A—Maih Dowsley

Ensign :

A—Calvin Danie

Pari; Hill Infy Coy June 8,66

Captain :

Lieutenant

Ensign :

Peterlorough Rifle Coy April 2,57

Captain :

1—Edwin Poole Novr 22,61

Leuienant

•2—HyC Rogers July ^^QQ

Ensign :

X. a—Theodore Clementi «

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1*^ Peterborough Infy Coy

J any 16,63

Captain :

1—John Kennedy Jany 16,63

lieutenant

T. a— William N Kennedy "

Knsign :

X. a—.Ino Wesley Kennedy

Deer 8,65

Ind Feterlorough Infy Coy

June 8,66

Captain :

A—Hon S Smith June 8,66

Lieutenant

'1'. *Z—Jacob Greene June 15,66

Ensign :

T. a—Hy H Smith July 20,66

\st Prescott Rifle Coy April 3,56

2>id Rifle Coy Fcby 11,57

Captain :

1—Bartholomew White, m

Feby 11,57

Lieutenant

'1\ 3—Jas M Welsh July 20,66

Ensign :

X. 3—Jas Hurley "

Portage da Fort Infy Coy

Deer 14,66

Captain :

A—Netteville Driscoll Deer 14,66

Lieutenant

A—W Kimer

Ensign :

A—Jno Thomson

6

Independent Compaiies. 73

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1 RimoHs/si

Qneenston Infy Coy Augt 31,66

to do mounted duty when reijuired.

Captain :

1—R Currie Augt 31,G6

Lieutenant :

A—S T J Brown

En>ign :

Servos "

Infy Coy Jany 9,C3

Captain :

!

I '1\

j

1—Ed Martin April 20,66

Lieutenant

1\ 1—E W Lepage "

Er .Hign :

1\ 3—J A Lepage

RusseU Infy Coy Augt 10,66

Captain :

3—Hamilton D Jessup, / c

} April 3,56

Lieutenant :

Ji William Armstro7ig, c

I^ovr 16,66

Ensign :

George Twomley July 10,63

Pay ui aster :

Captain :

;

A—Jno I

^

A—Wm Z Helmer I Deer 21,66

Ensign :

A—Epbraim Lococks

*•

St Athanase Infy Coy June S,C6

Edward Jessup Jany 29,57 Captain :

Qr Master :

James Yonnsr

" Lieutenant

K Craig Augt 10,66

Lieutenant

Ensign :

St Enstache Rifle Coy Septr 4,62

Captain :

'*'• 3— A. Vannier Mar 8.C7

Lieutenant:

X. 1—ChsdeBellefeuille "

Ensign :

'r. 3—P N P Miller

St Hyacivthe Infy Coy June S,C6

Captain :

'r. 1—Romuald St Jaques

Feby 1,67

Lieiitenant

X. 1—Kichd E Corcoran "

Ensign :

X. 3—Caroly Lalime "

««

«

«


74

Lidepcndciit Compan Ics.

St Martine I/ify Coy June 8,66! Stanstead I/tfy Coy June 8,66

Captain :

Captain :

{

'J". 1—Joseph TailletVr j A—Jas

Augl 31,66 ;

K Gilman Octr 5,66

Lieutenant

Lieutenant:

A—A Drew "

'•'

'"I'. 1—Louis Turcot Ensign :

En


Vatidreuil Rijle Coy

Captain :

SJ— McNaughten,

Lieutenant

«-R \V Shepherd

Ensign :

Independent Companies.


76 I^capltulation.

RECAPITULATION

LOWER CANADA.

1st Brigade Division.

Regt. Div. No,

Beaucc.

ISellecliasse .

I>«>rclaester.

K anaouraslca .

licvis—

2 Point Levi, Levis and New Liverpool Cos.

« 17i!i Eatt." 4

1/ Islet,

l^otbiiiiere—

St Sylvester Coy - - - - - 1

Iflontmagny .

JRunouiU£—

Kimouski Coy - - - - - 1

Xemiscoiaata

Fra?erville Coy -----

Beanliarnois—

1—

2nd Ditto.

2 Beauharnois Coy - - - - 2

Broiaic—

Aberoorn, East ami West Farnham, Knowlton,

Suitun aud Mansonville Cos, " Bedford Bait '* 6

Cliambly.

€71»ateaugaay—

Durham Coy, " Huntingdon Boderers " St Jean

Chrysostome Cov, " Hemmingfbrd Hangers "

St Martine Coy' - - - - 3


Recapitulation.

Hunting^don— No.

3 Huntinedon, Athehtan, Rockburn, Hinchinbroulce

and De Wilteville Cos, " Huntingdon

Boderers "

2 Hemniinirford, Hav^elock and Franklin Cos,

Hernniingtbrd Rangers - - - - 1

Iberville—

St Aihanase Coy - - - - 1

l^aprairie.

5

Dunham, Freliglisburg-, Phibpsburg and Stanbridge

Cos, " Bedford Ball " Clarenceville *

Coy, « 21st Ball " - ...

.^'apiervillc—

Napierville and St Renii Cos - - - 2

!*$t •Tobini»»—

St Johns Troop

4 St Johns and St Lu(^ Cos, « 21sl Ball "

Roxbatn .nnd Lai-olle Cos, '< Hemmingford

Rangers " - - - - - S

Sheflbrd—

2 Granby and 2 Waterloo Cos, " Bedford Bait " 4

VcrcUeres—

Varennes Coy - - - - . 1— , ... 43

diamplain.

Charlevoix.

Oiicoutimi.

.Tloutmoreiici.

I*ortiiciif.

ijuebec—

2 Troops,

1 Field Bally,

^rd JDiiio.

1 Prov Brig Gar Arljr 4 Balls,

8 Bait " Siadacona Rifles " 6 Cos,

9 Bait " Voltigeurs de Quebec " (5 Cos - 19— .,..19

mag^uenay.

Hertliier.

JToIiette.

4th Ditto.


78 Recapitulation.

I^'Assomption. No.

misEskiiiong^e •

ifloittcalin.

St Iflanricc—

2 Three Kivers Cos - - - - 2

Terrebonne-

Terrebonne and St Therese Cos - - 2— .... 4

Arg^enteuil—

5th Ditto.

St Andrew's Troop,

2 St Andrews, West Gore, Larhute,

2 East Gore, Grenville, Mille-Isl^, Carrilloa and

Chatham Cos, " Hill tfait " - - - II

Iloclielagfa.

JTacques Cartier—

Lachine Coy - - - - - i

Ottauf'a—

Thurso Coy,

Buckinjjham and Wakefield, Cos " Ottawa Prov

Ball" 3

Pontiac—

Portage dn Fort Coy - - - - 1

Soalang:e$«.

Ti^'o IVIoiintains—

St Eustache Coy - . - . 1

Taiidreiiil

Como Coy - - - - I— ...,]8

Artliabaska.

Compton—

6th Ditto.

Cookshire and Sherbrooke Troops,

Sherbrt>oke Gar Bally,

2 Sherbrooke, 1 Lenn'oxville Cos, " Sherbrooke

Bait

2 Winslow, Bury, Gould, Lingwick, Sherbrooke

and Bishop's College Cos - - - 13


Recajntulation, 79

Orummoncl— -No.

Durham Coy - - - • » 1

^Icsantic—

]\icolet—

4 Meganlic C*o« - - - • - 4

Nifolel College Coy - - - - l

Richmond-

Richmond. Melbourne and Danville Cos, " Sherbrooke

Ball "

Brompton and Windsor Cos - - - 4

Ntanstead—

Coaticook, Magog and Stanstead Cos - - 3

Molf—

Marbleton Coy 1— .... 27

.^lontreal—

3 Troops,

1 Fd Battery,

'tk Ditto,

J Brigade Gar Arty, 6 Batteries,

2 Engineer Cos,

Montreal Light Infantry, 6 Cos,

Isl F of W's Regt, 9 «

3rd Victoria Rifles, 6 "

4th Cha!«sitMirs Canadiens, 8 "

5th Royal Light Intantry, 7 "

tith Hochelaga Light Iniy, 7 " - - • — . ... 55

Sth Ditto.

llagfot.

Riclielieu*

Rouville.

St llyacintlie— ^

St Hyacinlhe Coy - - - - 1— . . . . 1

VamsiNka.

Total .... 174


80 Recapitulation.

UPPEE CANADA.

Isi Brigade Division.

Rest. Div. No.

Carleton—

Ottawa F(l Brntery,

Ottawa Prov Brig Gar Arty, " 4 Batteries "

Ottawa Prov Halt, 2 Cos,

Bell's Corners, Gonlburn, Huntley, Metcalfe,

Manotic-k, JNurtii Gower aiid Ilichraond Cos,

« 43rd Bait '*

Fitzroy Cuy, " 42 Brockville infy Batt " - 15

l>uiida,»—

Morriabiirg and Iroquois Gar Baits - - 2

Crlcngarry—

Lancaster and Williarastown Cos - - 2

Ottawa and Prescott Railway Coy, 2 Prescott,

Burritt's Kapids and Miller's Corners Cos,

Merrickville Coy, " 4l6t Brockville iiifle

Ball" 6

I^aiaarlt—

Penh, Carleton Place and Pakenham Cos, "41st

Broekville Kifle Batt "

Almonif, Pf rth and Smith's FalU Cos, " 42nd

Brockville Infy Batt - - - 6

Brockville and Ottawa Ky Gar Batty,

Gannanoque Gar Batty,

Brockville and Gannanoque Cos, '• 41st Brockville

Rifle Batt "

Brockville and J-ansdowne Cos, « 42ud Brockville

Infy Ball - - m- - 6

I*i escott—

2 Hawkesl)iiry Mills, 2 Vankleek Hill, L'Orig-nal,

Henry-'M Corneiss. Plantag-enet and East

Hawkesbury Cos, " ISih Butt " - - 8 .

JRenfrov.

Kaissell—

Russell and Vernon Cos, - - - 2

Stoi'iiiont—

3 Co'-nwall, Dickenson's Landing and Auitsville

Cos ------ .^—

52


JRccapitiilation. 81

2nd Bitto.

Frontenac— No.

Kinffston and Lougllborough Troops,


Field Batterv,

« « I4th Ballalion" 6 Cos,

Inverary, Milburn, Elainburs:, Portsmouth,

Gardrn Island, Wolfe Island and Harrowsiniih

Cos, " 47ih Ban » • - - - - 16

Hasting-ii;—

Belleville, « loth Batt " 6 Cos,

Trenton Gar Batty, Belleville, Stirlinjr, Sidney,

Madoc and Tyendenaga Cos, « 49th Batt" 12

I^ennox and Addington—

Napanee Troop,

Napanee Gar Batty,

2 Tamworth, 2 Napanee, Amherst Island, Bath,

Odessa and Ernesltovvn Cos, " 48th Batt " - 10

Prince SdTV'ard—

3 Picton, 2 Milford, Wellington, Conseron,

Rediiersville and Ameleasburg Cos, " 16lli

Batt • - - - - - 9— .... 47

]>urhnm—

^rd Ditto.

Port Hope Troop,

Port Hope Gar Batty, 2 Port Hope, Millbrook,

Liflord and Janeivilie Cos, " 4tith East Durham

Batt "

Bowmanvillf,()rono, Cartwright and Newcastle

Cos, «< 47th West Durham halt " - - 11

.Iforthumberland

Cobotirg Troop,

Cobourg Gar Batty, 2 Cobonrg, Campbellford,

Brighton, Cold 'Springs, Grafton, Col»>orne,

Castleton and Warlc worth Cos, « 40lh Batt '' 11

Peterborough—

3 Peterborough, Ashburnham, Lakefield, Hast-^

ings and Norwood Con,

Spriijgville Coy, " 46th East Durham Bait " - S

Victoria—

Bobcaygeon, Lindsay and Omemee Cos, - 3—. ... 33


82 Recapitulation.

4th Ditto.

Ontario— No.

2 O-shawa, 2 Whitl)y, Prince Albert, Greenwood,

Uxl)ridge, Columbus, Brooklin and Canningion

Cos, " 34th Bait " - - _ 10

S»eel—

SiJiicoe-

lforl£-

Brnce—

2 Brampton, Albion, Streetsville, AltoA, Grahamsville,

Mono Mills, Tullaiuore and Csand

Hill Cos, " SGih Bait » ... 9

Collingwood Gar Batty,

Barrie Md Infy Coy,

2 Barrie, Collingwood, Cook>lown, Bowmore,

Oro^ Onliia, Bond Ht'ad, llosemount and

Bradford Cos, " 35ih Batt " - - - 12

Oak Ridges and Markham Troops,

Scarborough, Aurora, Lloydtown, King, Newmarket,

Unionville, Markham, Keswick and

Sharon Cos, " 12th Batt " - - - 11— ,...42

5th Ditto.

2 Kincardine, Southampton, Paisley, Waikerton

and Arran Cos, " 32nd Batt " - - 6

€Jrey—

2 Owen Sound. Meaford, Leith, Durham and

Fleslierton Cos, " Slsi Ball "

Mount Forest Coy, « 30th Batt " - - 7

Slmroii—

l*erth—

Gixlerich Gar Batty, Goderieh, Seaforth, Clinton,

Bavfield, Exeter and Goderich Township Cos,


liecapitulation. 83

Wi Ditto.

Brant— No.

Iliirford Troop,

3 Branilord, I'm is, iMounl Pleasant aud JBurford

Cos, "3Mh Ball" . - . - 7

ISaldixnand

2 (Caledonia, York, Dunville, Oneida, Hiillsville,

Cheapsdc and Mount Heaiy Cos," 37ih Ba I " 8

Halton—

Oakville, Stewartfown, Georgetown, Norval,

Nelson. Milton, Aclon and Na.


84 RecapitulatlG n.

Kent- No.

2 Chatham, Blenheim, Morpeth, Florence, Dawn

Mills, East Tilbury and Bothwell Cos, '• 24th

Batt » - 8

IjaTii1>toii—

Sarnia Gar Batty, Sarnia, Oil Springs, Mooretown,

Witlder, Warwick, Moore and Watford

Cos, " 27th Batt -»

Hillsborough Coy

.Middlesex—

London Troop,

- - - - 9

L indon Field Battery,

7 London, and St Johns Coy, " 7th Batt "

Delaware, Komoka, Harrietsvillf, Lucan,

Wardsville, Stralhroy Cos, « 26ih Batt "

Park Hill Coy,

Oxford—

2 Woodstock, Enobro, North Oxford, Princeton,

Ingeraoll, Norwich, East Oxford,

Mount Elgin Cos, « 22nd Batt

Lakeside,

"

Tilsonburg Coy, " 25th Batt "

Thamesford Coy, « 26ih Batt "

17

Drurabo Coy, " 3Sth Batt " - -

- 13— ....60

Toronto-

Toronto Troop,

9>th Ditto.

' Field Battery,

" Garrison Battery,

2nd " Queen's Own Kilies,"

attached,

10 Cos, and 1

10th " Koyals " 10 Cos,

Alg^oma I>i!^trict—

- - - 24—24

Sault St Marie Coy - - - 1— 1

Total .... 363

Lower Canada ---- .-]74 Cos..

Upper Canada - - - - - - - 363 "

Grand Trunk Kailway Regiment - - - 36 '^

Civil Service Kifle Regiment - - - - g


Volunteer Offic'jr& retired, i(jc. 85

Volunteer Officers who have been permitted to retire

retaining their rank.

LIEUTENANT COLONELS.

1857.

Hao Jno Young-, Montreal Light Infy

1862.

11 A Chirke, St Catharine's Rifle Coy

J Osiwaltl, St Andrews Cavalrv

1863.

186-i.

II H Wliilney, Montreal Light fnlantry

A W Offilvif", Montreal Cavalry

Jas G Dickenson, Cornwall Cavalrv

lion J Buchanan, M L C, 13ih Bait Infy, Hamilton

1865.

A Ronton, loth Batt Infv, Belleville

W McGiverin, M P F, 20th Batt, St Catharines

1866.

B Devlin, 1st Prince of Wales Regiment, Montreal

II lloiian, Vol Artillery, Montreal

D C Thomson, 9lh Bait Vol cle Quebec

J C Coursol, 4ih Bait " Chasseurs Canndiens " Montreal

1867.

Hon Jno Hamilton, 18th Prescolt Ball

MAJORS.

1857.

May 14.

Deer 11.

June 19.

June 3.

June 17.

0


83 Volunteer Officers retired, &c.

1860.


J

Volunteer Officers retired, &c. 87

CAPTAINS.

1857.

H>' Bui mer, Montreal Field Baltery

Wm Koilden, Montreal L ghl Infantry

M Carntian, Wi!liaint.burgh Rifle Coy

G G McKenzie, do

G Bannerman, 8t Thomas Cavalry

W R Macdonaldj 2nd Mamikou Rifle Company

1858.

Ge'> Webster, Picton Rifle Company

W H Giansco, Hamilton Fiel.! Battery

J no J Kingsmili, Guelph Rifle Company

Jas S Meredith, Dundas Garrison Artillery

A G Bussieres 4th Quebec Ri% (Company

Jas McNee, 3rd Kingston Rifle Company

G McGibbon, Montreal lid Rifle Company

1859.

Jos B Turgcon, 2nd Ottawa Rifle Company

M H Gault, Montreal Gar Artillery

Jno Lambert, 2nd Montreal liilie Company

P Fdlardeau, 4ih Quebec Rifle Company

18G0.

E J H^'mming, Montreal Li?ht Infantry

Kobt Farley, Ottawa Field Battery

L J Falardeau, 4th Quebec Rifle Company

S Milsap, 3rd Kingston Rifle Company

T Wigle, Essex Cavalry

Thos Scott, Owen Sound Cavalry

A C Hammond, 2\\d London Rifle Company

W W Ogilvie, l^l Troop Montreal Cavalry

W Ramage, lat Kingston Rifle Company

1861.

Jno Harris, Hamilton Field Battery

Thos Saujuel, 2nd Hamilton Kitle Company

G Languedoc, 2nd Troop Montreal Cavalry

JnoG Carroll, Wood.stock Rifle Company,

W G Ford, Kinsston Garrison Artillery

A McCalman, Montreal Light Infantry

1862.

E Meyer, Montreal Garrison Artillery

G Hum, Sorel Rifle Company

1863.

Jas Kirker, Gananoqne Rifle Company

Jno Drummond, Sherbrooke Cavalry

April 2.

June IC.

do

do

October fc\

Novr 12.

FeFiruary 2.

February lb'.

March 12.

May 20.

Novr 1».

Novr 25.

Deer 30.

May 12.

Novr 17.

do

Decj 22.

March 16.

April 2.

May 3.

May 1 !

July IS.

September

do

Novr 13.

Novr 22.

April 23.

May 17.

June 3.

July 17.

Septr 13.

do

May 30.

Deer 25.

April 17

August 26.


83 Volunteer Officers retired^ &c.

1864.

"W McKay, Quebec Garri.'»on Artilery

Geo Shaw, Moulreal Garrisou Artiil'ery

1865.

J W Hopkios, Montreal Light Infantry

A Allen, do

J as Smith, 2nd Batt " Queen's Own Kifles " Toronto

Thos OjriK^-, 3rd Ball " Victoria Rifles, Montreal

W T McGrath, do

Thos Binniore, bJh Batt H Light Infaiitr)', Montreal

W Murray, 2nd Bait " Queen's Own Kifles" Toronto

Gilbert Scott, Montreal Garrison Artillery

Ja^ D Crawford, 3rd Batt " Victoria Rifles " Montreal

J S Roebuelc, Prescolt Garrison Artillery

1866. ^

T H Buckley, London Garrison Battery

F Patterson, 2nd Queen's Own Kifles, Toronto

Jno S Henderson, 13th Batt HanaiUon

A Bazinet, Qr Mr, 4th Bait C C's, Montreal

Win Nivin, 3rd Batt Victoria Rilles, Montreal

G Baxter, 20th Bait Thorold

Robt Forsjth, 1st Engineer Company, Montreal

J W Barrow, Adjt P Be G Artiilcry,'Quebcr

J no Gardner, 2iid Queen's Own Illfles, Toronto

J C Thomson, 8lh Stadacona Rifles, Quebec

Wm Smith, 11th Batt Arsrenteuil Rangers

C Mol)erly, 10th Rati " Royals " Toronto

F Mctrfll de» Rivieres, St Johns Troop Cavalry

Tiios Drummond, Kingston Field Bauer>'

E C Barrow, P Be Gar Artillery, Quebec

G Stoker, Si Catharine's Gar Battery

Ed Burns, 1st Prince of Wales Regiment, Montreal

Rob N Law, 13th Batt Hamilton

Jno Brown, do

Wm Kew, 19th Batt Beamsville

R VT Shepherd, Corao Rifle Company

Jos C Auger, Terrebonne Rifle Company

J as M Taylor, Montrt-al Lijrbt Inliantry

Jas Minnes, 14th Batt Rifles, Kinprsion

Jno Henderson, 22nd Ball Oxford Rifles

W B Nelles, 19lli Ball Grimsbv

T R Buckham, 36th «• Peel Batt " Orangeville

P G Piouth, ISth Batt Hamilton

J B Bousttad, 2nd Queen's Own Rifles, Toronto

W Duck, Pfov Brig Garrison Artillery, Ottawa

W Howell, Drumbo Infantrj' Company

J F Pringle, Cornwall lufnuiry Company

E Oliver, 2nd ('ornwall Rifle Company '

Robt Wall, 6th Bait H Light Inlantry, Montreal

G Reiuhard:, do

May 20.

July 15.

July 14.

do

July 2S.

No\T 10.

do

do

Deer 15.

Deer 22.

Deer

Deer 29.

February 23.

March 16.

March 23.

April 13.

April 27.

May 4.

June 1.

Julv 6.

July 13.

Julv 27.

do

Auirust 10.

Septr 14.

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Septr 2S.

October 5.

do

October 12.

do

October 26,

WovemlHjr 9.

^^ovr 30.

do

Deer 14.

Deer 21.

Deer 2-i.

do


Volunteer Officers retired, dx. 89

1867.

S Orr, Havelock Rifle Company

Thos Ciraharn, Grahamsville Intaniry Company

G Hall, '• Hunlintdou Borderers *'

D Marsil, M D, St Eustache Kifle Company

LIECJTENANTS.

January 18.

do

March 8.

do

1857.

W L Morri.-«, Broekvilie Rifle Company January 29.

Jno Sutkeriajid, 1st Kingston Rifle Company April 23.

Jesse ThonuHon, 1st Toronto Rifle Company August 10.

F T Brady, Montreal Light Infantry iseptember 3.

O Deguise, 8tli Montreal Rifle Company Novr 12.

Thos Bain, 1st Hamilton Rifle Company do

1858.

Roe Buck, Cobourjr Rifle Company January 7.

V Crony n, London Field Battery do

Jno R Kelly, Preseott Rifle Company February 2.

Jno B Gibbs, Hamilton Field Battery February 18.

W Masterman, Montreal Field Battery March 31,

J U Thomas, Dundas Cavalry May 20.

D McDonald, London Hd Rille Company Novr 25.

1859.

Colin C Ferrie, Hamilton Field Battery February 18.

Jas Fraser, 1st Ottawa Rifle Company April 2*5.

Ed Siarnes, 2nd Troop Montreal Cavalry July 11.

1860.

F Beadle, Picton Rifle Company January 23.

W 8 Copp, Hamilton Field Battery March 16.

W C Stephens, do April 26.

J H Patiison, 2nd Batt « Queen's Own Rifles " Toronto May 11.

G N D Lavigueur, 4th Qurbec Rifle Company July IS.

W Almour, Montreal Field Battery do

F X Lanthier, Isl " Prince of Wales Regiment " Montreal October 10.

1861.

Teos F Blackwood, 1st " Prince o( Wales Regl " Montreal May 3.

D Morgiin, Quebec Garrison Artillery August 8.

Saml Cornell, \< Que')ec Rifle Company do

W Ridout, Isi York Troop, Toronto December 6.

1862.

W H Boyd, Montreal Field Battery February 7.

J W McGlashcn, Montreal Gar Artillery May 30.

Jno Ford, 2nd Preseott Rifle Company Novr 21.

B Drake, St Thomas Rifle Company do

A Conlin, Sorel Rifle Company December 26.

7^^


90 Volunteer Officers nstlrrd, tC-i

1863.

»

J A Hamilton, Woodstock Rifle Company

H P Brown, do

A Van Ingen, Cobourg Cavalry

R W Isaacson, Montreal Gar Artillery

11 McGreevy, Quebec Gar Artillery

J F Sinilh, Dundas Gar Artillery

R Fuller, St Andrews Cavalry

Jno Rogers, Barrie Rifle Company

G Brown, isi " Prince ol Wa es Regiment " Montreal

1864^.

A Taylor, Toronto Naval Company

Jno Ogilvie, 1st Troop Montreal Cavalrv

G Hodgins, 2nd Bait " Queen's Own Rifles " Toronto

1865.

W D Ward, Ottawa Field Battery

S H May, 1st "•' Praice of Waies Regiment " Montreal

1866.

Jno Bauden, Montreal Garrison Battery

Robt Mitchell, lOtli Royals. Toronto

Wm Thompson, Whitby Rifle Company

Horace Horton, Goderich Garr Battery

S G Green, Greenwood Infantry Company

Thos O'Brien, London Field Battery

Jas S Crawford, Sth Batt Stadacona Rifles, Quel^ec

A Workman, Ottawa Field Battery

Jas Kiernan, Isl Prince of Wales Regiment, Montreal

Jas Fairie, Montreal Light Intanlry

G Wilson, Qr Mr, Prmce of Wales Regiment, Montreal

L A Brodeur, Varennes Infantry Company

Pat Mathews, 1st Prince of Wales Regiment, iMontrcdl

CORNETS AND ENSIGNS,

1857.

P D T Bourgeois, 2nd Ottawa Rifle Company

W G Macdonald, Isl Toronto Rifle Company

R Eslerbrook, Gall Rifle Company

G Do Blacpiiere, 4lh Yorkvil'e Cavalry

1858.

D Sullivan, 2nd Kingston Rifle Company

H Slrathy, Hamilton Cavalry

Jas Heap, Port Hope Rifle Company

M Beianger, St Vincent de Paul Rifle Company

February 20

do

Aprd 10.

May 1.

May 22.

May 2 J.

June 19.

July 10.

October 9.

May 12.

June 3.

Novr 10.

Mav 19.

AuL'Ust IS.

February 23,

March 30.

April 13.

May 4.

June 1.

July 27.

AuL'ust 10.

"^do

Septr 28.

Novr 30.

Deer 14.

Deer -'S.

April 2.

August 10.

September 3.

Deer 17.

February 2.

April 29".

Novr 25.

Deer 30.


I

Volunteer Officers retired, dr. 91

1S59.

Chs Smith, Picton Rifle Company Novr 17.

1860.

D B Macpherson, 1st " Prince of Wales Kegt " Montreal May 3.

1861.

li Or Stnrke, 1st " Piinoe of Wales Regiment " Montreal May 3.

W O Smith, do do

C Jordan, Coolcshire Cavalry Dect-mber 6.

J G Crebassa, Sorel Riilo Company Deer 26.

1863.

R Nimmo, Woodstock Rifle Company January 9.

er 9.

1864^.

J no A Creighton, Fergus Rifle Company

1866.

F X Brunelle, I7th Batt L^'vi-«

Thos Trumble, Qr Mr 8lh Bait S R Quebec

1867.

Wm Deans, Oshawa Infantry Company

Surgeon O S Strange, Kingston Tioop Cavalry

Note.—Extract from the " Dress Regulations for the Array : "

October 7.

March 2?.

June 22.

January 25.

Jany IS.


92 Service Militia

SEEVICE MILITIA

MILITARY SCHOOLS.

Cuvimandant . .EdwTwA M BuUer, Major 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade.

Adjutant William G Swinhoe, Lieutenant do

Montreal.

Comma)ida7it..E W D Bell, V C, Colonel 23rd Roj'-al Welsh Pusileers.

Adjiitajit Geo F Prevost, Captain do

54^iug'!iitoii.

Commandaiit . .KeTiweXh. M MofTatt, Lieut Colonel Royal Canadian Rifles.

Adjiitant Wm H Sharpe, Captain do

Toronto.

Commandant .. PAaxv McKinstry, Colonel 2nd Batt 17tli Regiment.

A'ijatcbiit Ar H W Mansergh, Lieutenant do

^vyerintendfint of Military Schools.

E St G Smyth, Captain, 30th Regiment.


Se Militia, 93

Passed Candidates from the Military Schoolr.

uWgentcuil and Two Mountains.

\st Class.

ette

J no Pollock

J no Ingflis

H T J.onsddl

Ed Major

Saml Rogers

Fredk Js'eve

Samuel Cyr

Calixthe Eihier

Jean G Lebel

Wm Evans

Chs Clmmpag-ne

Pi\ J Miller

Jeroniie Dore

A Bdrthelot

Olivier Sauva

Wm Good

L W E II CANADA

Gent. Order.

Sepir 21,64

do

Octr 21,64

do

do

do

Xovr 11,64

May 19,65

June 23,65

d».

Novr 17,65

Detr 22,65

April 6,66

Jnne 9,66

Septr 21,64

May 6,65

do

do

May 19,65

June 23,65

do^

Septr 15,65

do

do

do

do

Novr 17,65

do'

Feby 23,66

do

do

do

uo

April 6,66

Jnne 9,66

i Jas

I

I

I

;

' Aimie

I

• Rodk

:

i

i J

Andw Taylor

J no Rogers

Jas B Cushinj?

Augt 10,66

do

Octr 12,66

Arthahaski and Drummond.

\st Class.

VViliiam J Watts

Edmoiid Frechette

N F E Boi*=vert

Geo E A Hughes

Ralph

R G Tren holme

N W Tren holme

Saml Boyle

Felix E Connolly

Arthur Brown

Beaubien

Hy W MfGowan

McKenzie

Ledger Gaudet

2nd Class.

Jas McKenzie

Alexr Bolhwtll

Septr 21,64

Jany 6,65

Feby 3,65

do

Mar 10,65

June 23,65

Deer 32,65

May 5,6o

do

Augt 12,65

Septr 15,65

do

do

Deer 22,65

Feby 23,66

Augl 10,66

VAssomptloii and Montcalm,

\st Class.

A C Guilbault April 29,64

Gu.-slav»^ a'Odet d'Orsortens

Septr 21,64

A ZebeJe Etue do

Adolphe C Seguin do

JNareisse Brouillel Novr 25,64

Joseph Barnabe Jany 6,65

Wilbrod Therrien do

Richard E Corcoran Septr 21,64

Louis Desmarais Novr 17,65

Luke Daly Deer 22,65


94 Service MlUtla.

2nd Class.

Semi Morin Septr 21,64

Louis Desrnarets do

Ulric Moreau Mar 10,65

J Pangman Aiigt ]2,bo

J C Marchand do

J E B fieaupre do

Louis Mercier Septr 15,65

Alphoiise Christin Deer 22,66

Noe Diissault do

Ulric; Foiiciier do

Artnand Lambert Feby 23,66

L G Villeneuve April 6,66

Joseph Laiirier do

Pierre U Duprat Feby 8,67

Beauce.

\st Class.

liudger Blanchett Feby 3,65

Erne>t J M Taschereau Mar 31,65

Chs G Labrecque May 5,65

Gustave U Tachereau do

Jeaii A Lessard Augt 12,65

F D S J Belanger do

Henri Dui-hesnay Novr 17,65

Laurent Bernier do

M E Duchesnay Feby 23,66

ChsBarbeau Octr 12,66

2nd Class.

Joseph Roldnc Mar 31,65

Joseph Jacques Augt 12,65

Eugene Reiny do

Phileas Lacroix Novr 17,65

Chs Tachereau April 6,66

Marcel Bourget June 9,66

E Belanger Deer 14,66

Louis Jacques Jan y 11,67

Bagot.

\st Class.

Clement E A Lefebvre May 5,65

Juo Henderson Feby 23,66

2nd Class.

Alfred Dennis Mar 10,65

Joseph H Houle May b,*iO

G V Morin

Joseph A Mercier

L M A Roy

Barihi Bernier

N Sylvestre

Isaie Sylvestre

June 23,65do

do

Novr 17,65

Feby 23,66

April 6,66

Beauharnois and Laprairie.

\st Class.

Lucias Poitras

N M Dumonchel

Michael Healy

B A Longpre

J M Bourdon

Michael Martin

Alexr de Lorimier

Jas C de Lorimier

J A Collet

Edraond Beauvais

2nd Class.

Eustache Langevin

Jean B N Vallee

Cynlle Doyon

S'A Lonyt'iii

Aiex Milne

SamI Orr

David Gairdner

Narcisse Longiin

N H Thibault

Napoleon Boyer

('asimir Senecal

Joseph Gendron

F A A Langevin

June 3,64

Octr 21,64

do

Novr 11,64

do

June 23,65

Feby 3,63

Mar 10,65

Feby 23,66>

April 6,66

May 27,64

June 23,65-

May 6,65-

Septr 15,66

Febv 23,61)

do

do

do

May 11,68

June 9,66

do

Jany 11,67

Feby 8,67

Bellechasse and Dorchester,

\st Class.

Marcel H Chabot

William Holland

Emile Talbot

Augu^ie Talbot

John Gegf^ie

Napoleon Mercier

Louis Fortier

Louis Genest

Frs M Audet

Octr 21,64

do

Novr 1 1 ,64

Jany 6,65-

Octr 2l,6t

Novr 17,65

June 23,65

do

Septr 15,&5>


2nd Class,

."Napn Bolduc M^ir 31,65

P A Hoy Septr 15,65

F Mori.-set do

Thus Silvain Novr 17,65

PatCaNSidy Mar 31,65

Ed Letourneau May 5,65

;r G Larochelle Augt 12,65

Cyrille Drouiii Fehy 23,66

-Josh Audet Feby 23,66

Octave Kuel Apnl 6,66

Louis Marr-eau May 11,66

G Blanclielte do

JM Eraser June 9,66

Alexis Rov Aug-t 10,66

George Vieii Octr 12,66

Horaiio F Forrest Novr ^,m

Berihier,

\st Class.

Komuald Faiiteaux July 15,64

Alfred Gran pre Octr 21,64

Jlornualii Fiset Jany 6,65

Joseph G-ulet Feby 3,65

A Lafeneie do

Alfred Enault do

G A Kittson Deer 22,65

Ed Cbarboimea«i do

A A Wright May J 1,66

2nd Class.

Amable Lafenere Mar 31,65

Simti Martiueau Aug-t 12,65

Frs Des Hosiers Novr 17,65

Ametlfe Tiemblay Septr 14,66

D La. Vif.toire Olivier Dei;r 14,66

Pierre Herard Jany 11,67

Emiie Fauteaux Feby 8,67

Bonaventure and Oaspe.

\s£ Class.

Kol)ert E Lindsav

T Kobitaiile, M I'

John Perchard

Flaviea D Gauvpoau

Service Militia. 95

Octr 21,64

May 5,65

Feby 3,65

Novr 17,65

2nd Class.

John E Michaud

Phillippe Landry

Peter B Cullen

Gfo Kelly

W M Sheppe'd

Chs J Marcotte

Hugh Christie

P Murison

F S Cvr

JosDGliker

Jos A Lfbel

Octave Goulet

Chs W Smith

Jas R Hamilton

Jas Prendergast

A Dimock

H G Perchard

Geo Weary

Brome and Stanstead.

James C Pettes

J F T.Mukins

A H Gilinour

Jas K Giiman

Ans Miehon

1st Class,

2}id Class.

L M A Roy

C C Eidridge

Thos A Judd

A Lee Holmes

Jno W Merry

Septr 1,64

Augt 12,65

Septr 15,65

do

do

do

do

do

Novr !7,65

do

do

do

Feby 23,6G

April 6,66

do

May 11,66

do

Octr 12,66

Septr 1,64

June 17,64

Novr 17,64

Mar 10,65

Feby 23,66

June 23,65

Deer 22,65

do

do

June 9,66

Chamhly and Verchercs.

1st Class.

P Pepin Pepin Julv 15,64

Taiu-rede B de Grosbois July 28 64

Vi.tor Marcotte Octr 21,64

E St Germain Novr 11,64

Louis Fortin Novr 25,64

Philias Bourdon Jany 6,65

Joseph A Dufbrd Jnrie 17,64

A Hecter Lussier July 1,64

Albert Lussier July 15,64

Fulgence Prefontaine do


OG Service MlUtia.

Louis Ernest Giard

Tlieophane Berlrtmd

Jos F Pen-ault, M P P

Ilagh W Austiii

Chs B de Boucheville,

Frs X Mayotte

H A Germain

Louis A Marchand

John Yule

Znd Class.

Adolphe Trudeau

Elpliecfe Gravel

Fred Jodoin

W Wellbrener

Jno Halpin

Edg:ar Muiiro

Arthur Laeoste

H C H Chagnoa

A A Dillon

Vt Brousseau

M Bissuers

i) Lambert

A Dansereaii

E Lusignan

Fred Giard

Arthur Brodeur

.lacques iNormand

Chs La belle

ClMinplain.

1st class.

July

Novr

JNovr

Mar

M PP

Mav

Deer

Mar

June

Deer

15,64

11,64

25,64

31,65

5,65

22,65

10,65

9.66

:4,66

July 1 ,64

Oi'ir 2 64

May 5,65

do

June 23,65

Auj,'t 12,65

do

Deer 22,65

May 19,65

do

June 23,65

do

do

Septr 15,65

do

April 6,66

June 9.66

Feby S,66

Frs X St Arnaud June 17,64

W P Massiicotte July 15,64

E Napoleon Lacoureiere July 28,64

D D St Cyr Novr 1 ,64 1

Napoleon Germain Jany 6,65

Napoleon St Arnaud Feby 3,65

Come P Tiudelle do

Philippe Trudelle do

Alphonse Germain do

F X Cote do

2nd Class.

Achilla Bochel

A Maxsicotte

Frs X Ilivard

T Marchand

Joseph Dubord

Elzear Lanouette

Mar 31,65

May 5,65

do

do

Feby 21,66

July 13,66

CTiateauguay.


Chicoutimi and Saguenay.

\st Class.

Pnmpliile Tremblay

Arthur Falard

2nd Class.

Service Militia. 97

May 5,65

May 19,65

William Tremblay Oct r 21,64

KapoU'oti Koy

Peter E Wriijlit

Compton,

AiiiTl J 2,65

April 6,66


98 Ser-ice Militia.

A A C La Riviere


Z Renaud

Service Militia. 99


100 Service Militia.

Kod N M.'Donald


G V De Lorme

Service Militia. 191


102 Service Militia.

LtTAS,


2nd Class.

J B K Duponl

P E Duponl

E Hoiide

.las Barnard

VA Caroii

Jos E Pii-lielte

Onesime Caron

Ed Lesage

B Vadeboncoeur

J B S de Loitinville

Nap Millet

Urhain LaContaine

Joseph Landry-

Louis Diissault

Wm Hy Norman

Paul E Duval

Megantic.

\st Class.

A G Frvine

Thos Barwis

H Gas


104 Service Militia.

R H Porlier


106 Service Militia.

W Peverly

W 11 Cowper

F X Drouin

A Blouin

E Garneau

H P Gauvieau

T Tetu

C L Thompson

G M cJe Chene

E A Taschereau

M N Legare

A Hamel

G E Humphrey

G R While

E L J Giroux

Jos A Picigfeon

Jos Thompson

Jno W Ktlly

F X Tous8aint

J B Fortin

A E Jackson

B J Sleacy

J X Lavoie

A G Irvine

G Tanguay

HKimlin

Jno H Kane

F X Cote

Jean Cote

A Lecierc

D Rousseau

D V Pellelier

E A Goldsione

T H Oliver

F Trndelle

A Boomer

T A Bec-kwith

D F MeCaithy

£ Huot

E Gingras

Hy Ware

G Campeau

J V Roy

Jas O'Connel

Jas Humphrey

A Page

Wm Swyford

Jos E Bedard

W WilkuKsou

A Evaniurel

A Ca.»>sault

J OH Dion

Win Chnt

Mar 31,65

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

May 5,65

do

do

do

do

do

do

May 19,65

do

do

do

June 23,65

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Augi 12,65

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Septr 15,65

do

do

Deir 22,65

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Robt Bradley


\Vm A Walker

Ed Gauvreau

Thos BeJard *

Wm S Sharpnell

Hugh Wood

Hy Russell

Gonioti Kolph

RH Jellard

Jos Peachy

Frs Cutodoau

Geo Matte

.las McConechy

Thos C McMaster

Chs E Gingras

Geo Mears

Elzear A Dery

Jos O V^ezina

Jacob Murray

Chs VV CaulUeld

Ed R iloogs

Louis P Pairy

\Vm J Patersoii

J no Dussault

Hugh Maf'adams

Nareisse Hainel

Ferd Gingras

Jean M Tardivel

Wm E Moore

Ed Lafoml)e

Rich McL Charlton

Fred H Wyse

Geo Dery

An sel me* Bou rbeau

Ed Dery

Elzear Marois

Saml R Taylor

Wm McCafTery

Armiiage llhodes

Jno Twyford

Jastvn Douglas

Cvnlle Masson

Chs P Reynolds

Jas Hodge

Chs Pe.ni>ton

Rhodolphe Matte

Geo Jackson

Hy W Powis

Pfiilippe Beaubien

H de M Penlland

Geo Fitzzera'd

Alfred G Patry

Wm B McMaster

Louif Hardy

Service Millti 107

Augt 10,66

do

do

Septr 14,66

do

do

do

do

Octr 12,66

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Novr 9,66

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Deer 14,66

do

do

do

do

J any 11,67

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Febv 8,67

do

do

Alfrrd P Bolduc

Jas Hy Lawlor

Michel Levesque

Edmond L Temple

Egerion Healy

St G'-orge Knight

Jas G Scolt

And J Balfour

Wm W Welch

Geo H Scougall

Blclielieu.

1st Class.

George Hunt

Samuel ."S Hatt

L P P Cardin

2nd Class.

Remi Tremblay

J A Bouvier

Archd Johnston

RimomM.

Ist Class.

Norbert Jos Pouliot

Elija Lepage

Edouard O Martin

Jos Garon, jun

Joshua Martin

J E L'Arnvee

2nd Class.

A Bdchard

los Lavoie

Th Smith

A Langlais

G Pouliot

A Lepage

L D Poulin

A Poulin

N Gauvreau

Thos St Laurent

Chs Diimais

Peter Grant

Wm St Laurent

Ed Venner

Jos Dr.'ipeau

Wm Fuhey

Isaac E Lt^page

Febv 8,67

'do

do

do

do

do

do

de

do

do

June 17.61

July 28.61

Octr 21,64

Feby 23,66

April 6.66

Septr 14,66

July 1,64

Jany 6,63

do

Feby 3,65

Novr 17,65

do

June 23,65

Augt 12,65

Septr 15,65

do

do

do

Novr 17,65

do

Feby 23,66

May 11,66

July 13,66

do

do

Augt 10,66

Octr 12,66

Deer 14,66

Jany 11,67


108 Service Militia.

Richmond and Wolfe.

\st class.

Wm Brooke Julj' 1,G4

JasR White do

The Ilijilit Hon Udolphus

Lord Avlmer do

John E W Hoi well do

Charles de C a zes Septr 1,64

George Williamson J any 6,65

Melbourne Tail do

Kobert Allen Feby 3,65

W H B Names Fcby 23,66

HyKHannirig do

W J S Holwell April 6,66

.las Baron June 9,66

WmHy Lynch July 13,66

Wm Thorburn Jany 11,67

J no Frank do

Alex Goodfellow do

Alex Wallace Feby 8,67

Jno A Aylmer do

2nd Class,

H B McKenzie

Jno R Main

J B Richard

M S Stenson

Jas W Phil brick

Ed S Bernard

A G L Trew

Alex Waters

Geo Chaperon

Dond McLeod

Alfred Farwell

Jjucius W Williamson

Jno Robertson Miller

Jas McLean

Albert tihurllifl'

Eoudllle.

\st Class.

H Eup-ene Poulin

Uriel Charbonneault

L G Loranger

Dennis H Alix

George A Gigault

Araede Forget

Joseph Forgtt

V Lunjievin

Mar 10,65

do

May 19,65

do

Si'ptr 15,65

Feby 23,66

do

May 11,66

July 13,66

Sepir 14,66

do

do

Octr 12,66

Janv 11,67

'do

May 27,64

Septr 1,64

do

Octr 21,64

do

Jany 6,65

Feby 3,65

do

Remy N Poulin

Bruce Campbell

Loui.-i St Onge

L G E Goulet

Elzear Rainviile

S Archambaull

S E Hirbour

F G Bouthillier

Alex Beaudry

Ad Valiquet

Jos Bergeron

Flav Cbrreau

Jos Pion

L St Onee

Jos Barbeau

JS Cotton Fisk

Alfred Fregeau

W W O'Dwyer

Jjouis Gaiien

Joseph Gatien

27ul Class.

Shefford.

\st Class.

A H Gihnour

Wm H Robinson

Jno Blackwood

B Longley

B S Sanborn

W V Whiiien

Chs Whitcomb

Thos Gregoire

Danl Darby

Saml J Whitten

Richd Seale

T Amy ran Id

Robt Miller

Jas Cijalmers

Hy Gazaille

Olivier Govette

A W Mitchell

Ed Savage

27id Class.

Mar 31,65

May 5,65

April 6,66

June 9,66

June 3,64

June 17,64

May 19,65

do

Feby 23,66

do

do

do

do

do

do

April 6,66

do

do

do

do

Novr 17,64

May 19,65

Novr 17,65

May o,idb

do

May 19,65

June 23,65

Augt 12,65

Novr 17,65

Feby 23,66

do

do

do

do

April Q,m

June 9,66

Deer 14,66

Jany 11,67

SovJanges and Vaudreuil.

\st Class.

ThosMcCabe July 28,64

lis Park JSovr 11,64


27id Class.

Service Militia. 109


110 Service Militia.

The Regimental Divisions of L'Assomption and Montcalm, Argenteuil

and Two Mountains, Arihabaska and Drummond, Beauharnois and

Laprairie, Brome and Stanstead, Bellechasse and Dorchester, Bonaventure

and Gaspe, Chambly and Vereheres, Charlevoix and Montmorency,

Chicoutimi and Saguenay, L'Islet and Montmagny, Jacques Cartier and

Laval, Maskinonge and St. Maurice, Napierville and St. Johns, Nicolet

and Yamaska, Ottawa and Pontiac, Soulanges and Vaudreuil, Kichmond

and Wolfe, have been united for Battalion purposes under the General

Order of the 13ih December, 1864, and the liegiment of Service Militia to

be furnished by them conjointly, is named as such.

Under the Militia General Order of the 13th December, 1S64, a Ballot

was ordered to take place on the 30th of the same month, and 40,545 men

were called for. This aggregate strength was ap{)ortioned amongst the

various Regimental Divisions, and divided mto 51 Regiments of Service

Militia, consistmg each of 795 N on-Commissioned Officers and Privates.

To these Regiments in Lower Canada, some Captains and Subalterns,

selecteil from the passed pupils of the Military School, have been appointed

under the General Order of the 20th December, 1864.

The total number of Militia men in Lower Canada, as returned on the

Country Rolls for 1864, are, 1st Class, 43,746 ;

men, 33,701; total, 154,674.

2nd Class, 77,627; Reserve


Service Militia. m

UPPER CANADA

Regriniental Hivisions.

\st Class.

Andrew H Baird

David Spence

Brant,

27id Class,

William G McWilliams

Georg-e Bryce

Nicholas Murphy

Colborne S Nelles

Aaron B McWilliams

Samuel Wilcox Ftar

Baufield Capron

Osborne Totteii

William Hewson

Warren Totten

Jno F O' Neil

Edward H Read

Nathaniel Hunter

Milner Hart

Jno McCosh

Jno M Cooke

James C Eckford

Bruce.

\st Class.

2nd Class.

Edward H Smylhe

William Hawks

Alexander McNabb, jr

Alexander Belcher

Wm Houston

A St L D Mcintosh

N B Gilhes

Ge7d. Order,

June

Mar

2,65

9,66

July 14,64

Augt 12,64

Novr 4,64

Mar 24,65

April 6,65

do

April 20,65

May 5,65

May 19,65

Septr 28,65

do

Novr 24,65

do

Mar 30,66

Angt 17,66

Feby 8 67

June 16,65

Augt 12,64

Jany 27,65

Feby 24,65

do

Mar 30,66

Julv 20,66

Septr 14,66

Carleton.

\st Class.

George A Montgomer>' July 27,64

James F Boulton Jany 27,65

James Graham Vansittart Feby 3,65

William McCarty do

Edouard Alarie do

Godfrey S O'Brien Mar 10,65

William Himsworih May 6,65

W JD McCleod Moore July 28,65

Charles E Reifienstcia Augt 12.65

William H Falls .

John Nesbitt

C E Perry

David CroU

K()l)erl Smith

Richard Nettle

J P MacPherson

Geo Mid ford

R Austin Bradley

2)id Class.

William P Cole

Kufus L Hudson

George T O'Doherty

James Boss

Peter A Eagleson

Christopher C Helliweli

Herbert M Jarvis

Joseph John Murphy

Edward J O'Connor

William Corbett, jr

Jno F Bearmau

Jno B Simpson

Daniel Mowatt

Peter R Valiquette

Thos V Lyon

Frs C Clemow

Jno A Gemmill

Wm H Creighton

Lyinan G Perkins

Brinsley King

Jno Walsh

Deer 15,65

do

do

Mar 30,66

May 1 ,66

June 15,66

Novr 9,66

Deer 14,66

Feby 8,67

June 10,64

Augt 19,64

Septr 16,64

Mar 24,65

April 20,65

do

May 5,65

May 19,65

Augt 12,65

Septr 28,65

do

do

Feby 9,66

Mar 30,66

Augt 17,66

do

Septr 14,66

Oclr 12,66

Deer 14,66

do

Jany 11,67


112 Service Militia.

Dundus.


Thomas A Corbelt

Service Militia. 113


114 Service Militia.

Robert V Rogers, jr


Alexander R Macdonell

Service Militia. 115


116 Service Militia.

JIastings,

]st class.

Robert C Hulme

Philip Hambly

Martin Benson

James Richardson

Martin P Haves

Thos C Wallbridge, M

Oronhyateka

Robert C Hawley

Stephen Pashley

CJavel F FUliler

J as McFarlane

Albert Vandervoort

Ed Harrison, jr

2nd Class.

Uriah E Thompson

George D Rawe

James Mai loch

Joshua Robinson

C E Bleasdell

Adam H Meyers

William H Osirom

Charles W Bell

Henry B Grier

Sylvester Smith

John J Harrison

R A Beckett

John W Johnson

George S Filliter

William B Maclean

James Knox

Henry J Spriggs

Jonathan H Jellett

Fred L Bogart

Erastus F Smart

Jas H Lister

J as Frith JefTers

liawrence Thomas

Baldwin Fraieck

Jas W Kogers

Wm L Hamilton

Jas H Lloyd

Jas E Harrison

W J Diamond

Bennett C Thomas

Fretl G A Henderson

Frank A Mason

Jno S Henry

June 24,64

Septr 16,t)4

Deer 30,64

Feby 24,65

Mar 24,65

PP May 19,65

Septr 28,65

do

Novr 24,65

Deer 15,65

Mar 30,66

Octr 12,66

Jany 11,67

June 3,64

Sep'r 16,64

Jany 27,65

April 20,65

June 16,65

July 28,65

do

Augt 18,65

do

Septr 28,66

do

do

Novr 24,^5

Deer 15 65

J any 12,66

Feby 9 66

Mar 30,66

July 20,66

do

do

do

Augt 17,66

do

Septr 14,66

do

Octr 12,66

do

do

do

Novr 9,66

do

do

do

Huron,

2)id Class.

William Graham

Thos K, Jackson

William Harris

Robert McLennan

Samuel Jackson

John R Grant

Peter Ferguson

Glinn Elliott

David Patton

Kent,

2nd Class.

Alexander B Baxter

Joseph M Taylor

Aaron Jackman

Conrad Rowe

Mathew Martin

Jtno Holmes

Jno B Kitchen

Isaac S Farrell

Fredk A Read

Lamlton.

1st Class.

2?id Class.

George B Rus^h

William Henry Hudson

Robt Jno G Campbell

James \V Phillips

Alfred P Pouseite

Chs J Kingstone

Geo E Murphy

Chs Fisher

Tom J Nichol

Lanark.

James D Gemmill

I

James McNee

I

1st Class.


Arthur James Malheson

/Service Militia, 117


118 Service Militia,

Jas McD Swetman


120 Service Militia.

Ontario,


George C Birdsell

Arthur Nesbitt

Thomas Grafton

•William T Boyd

Wm J Graham

Ed Hic-kman

Jas E Graham

Wm Mahafly

David L Scott

Jno B Harris

Wm F Barber

Perth,

\st Class.

Service Militia, 121

June 16,65

June 30,65

Feby 9,66

Mar 30,66

do

Augt 17,66

do

Octr 12,66

Novr 9,66

Deer 14,66

Jany 16,67

Thos W MePherson Novr 9,66

Danl H Allan

Septr 14,66

2)Ld Class.

William S Bolger Augt 12,64

Jas C MePherson Septr 16,64

John Thompson

Alexander Niven

J Grayson Smith

John H Mitchell

Russell Wilkenson

Deer 16,64

May 19,65

June 2,65

June 16,65

Augt 18,66

David Junor

Septr 28,65

Thomas Folhringham Novr 24,65

David Scott

do

Marmaduke Hemsworth June 15,66

Daniel A Allen July 20,66

Wm Smith Octr 12,b6

Feterboro,

\st Class.

William N Kennedy July 14,65

2nd Class.

John Wesley Kennedy June 3,64

Joseph H Kennedy Novr 4,84

John O'Sullivan July 28,65

Chailes E Bowker Septr 28,65

Thomas M Grover do

James Z Rogers do

William Johnston Novr 24,65

Ed Leigh Mar 30,66

Geo L Sheppee c!o

Theodore B Clementi July 20,66

Henry Smith do

Jas Collins

Deer 14,66

JnoBiasett Feby 8,67

10

Prescott and Russell,

1st Class.

Edwin Abbott Johnson

Chauncey E Johnson

Geo N Robertson

Rich H Marstoa

Jno DPattee

Jno Butterfield

Chs A Cass

Havelind A Flynn

Alex T Higgmson

2tid Class.

Charles T Higginson

Charles Seager jr

Jos Grout

Robt Grant

Arch McLean

Harman B Butterfield

Pnnce Edward

\st Class.

Stuart Foster

John Milton Piatt

MontalbertB Werden

Gregory B Dougall

David S Dainard

David H Piatt

2nd Class.

Aaron J Wright

Robert J Foster

Adolphus A Benson

George A Simpson

John R Cunningham

Norman J Dingman

Edward Osborne

Marshall Richards

Philip M Elsworth

Jonathan G Osborne

William Caven

Frederick Low

Allen Bowerman

Thomas M Caven

David H Piatt

William McKewn

Edward Merrill

John Kinney

Novr 24,65

Feby 9,66

Mar 9,66

Octr 12,66

Dicr 14,66

Novr 9,66

Jaay 11,67

do

do

Mar 24,65

Novr 24,65

May 1,66

July 20,66

Novr 9,66

Jany 11,67

Septr 16,64

Mar 24,65

Mar 24,65

Septr 28,65

May 1,66

Jany 11,67

Septr 30,64

do

Novr 4,64

Novr 18,64

Deer 16,64

Jany 13,65

do

Japy 27,65

April 6,65

do

April 20,65

May 5,65

do

June 2,65

June 16,65

Septr 23,65

do

do


122

Harvard C McMullen

Stephen Gibsoa

Asa Merill

Jas C North

SamI S Wallbridge

Arch S Dame

Jas W Andersoa

JRmfrew.

2nd Class.

Service Militia.

Novr 24,65

do

do

June 15,66

do

July 20,66

Augl 17,66

Alexander Thompson July 28,65

Charles Russell Lee Augt 18,65

Simcoe.

1st Class.

Frank Moberly Novr 4,64

Andrew Miscampbell Deer 30,64

Kobert Fraser Feby 24,65

Richard Tyrwhitt do

Arthur Bligh Mar 24,65

William Corbauld June 30,65

John Gray Septr 28,65

John D Armstrong Jany 12,66

Danl H McMillan Juno 15,66

Chs W Buchanan, junr Novr 9,66

2nd Class.

John Powell May 20,64

William Harris July 14,64

Edward Brokovski do

J ohn S Willson Septr 30,64

Robert Playter Novr 25,64

George Hamilton Leslie Deer 16,64

Jacob Green do

William Graham Deer 30,64

Thomas Bailey Jany 13,65

Alexander Malcolm April 6,65

Henry Creswick Jr April 20,65

Alexander Dorrington May 19,65

Charles Pott June 2,65

Robert T Banting do

Frank Walker June 16,65

James B Gunn do

Edmund Seager do

William Henry Irwin July 14,65

John T Swallow July 28,65

Matthew H Hanaran do

Walter John Keating do

John Leigh G McCarthy do

John Charles McKegge Septr 15,65

Philip E Bishop

Dan H McMillan

Alexander Russell

Allan Lloyd

Henry W Dirling

Alex Duncan

Edgar B Sanders

Wm A Willoughley

W J McMaster

Gordon E Corbould

Stephen Lett

Jno W Slaven

J W H Wilson

Dond M Mallock

Jas Crozier

Jno Martin

Jas B Browning

Frs W Lally

Chs Hunter

Chs Johnson

Stormont,

\st Class,

Neil McClean

James Henry Bredin

D A Macdonald

Arthur D Cline

Angus McDonell

H Sandfield Macdonald

Jas W Davey

Gregor Mattice

2nd Class.

Salter M Jarvis

Edward Oliver

Benjamin Denny

Neil McLean

John Kdward Cline

Alexander F Mclntyre

Oscar Fulton

Alexander McKav

Donald McDiarmid

Amoral YKendale

Jas Clarke

Dan D Smith

Septr 28,65do

Novr 24.65

do '

Feby 9,GC

Mav 1,66

June 15,68

do

Augt 17.66

Uclr 12;66

do

do

do

do

Novr 9,6&

do

Deer 14,6fii

Feby 8,67

do

do


And Clarks

Service MUltia. 123


124

John Wilson

William N Drew

Robert A Alexander

Robert Mathison

John McArthur

Wellesley W Gage

J J L Boice

Alexander W Roy-

Service Militia.

May 5,65

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

Jacob RTaber J^ne 3,64

Adam J L Peebles do

Thos P Wadsworlh July 14,64

James F Smith July 27,64

Hamilton H Killaly Augt 5,64

Henry F H Gibbon do '

Jno O'Brien Heward Augt 12,64

Charles R M Sewell May 19,65

William Amor do

James Watson

do

Frederick Snider do

Robert Grant ' do

William J Simcoe Kerr June 2,65

John gangster Atkinson June 16,65

George A Massey Geddes do

James Kendell

June 30,65

William C Jones do

Edward F Caddy do

Alexander E Williamson do

John M Gibson July 14,65

James G Beemer do

William D Kennedy do

George Chrystal

do

John B Campbell do

Colin Macaulay Hamilton do

Herbert C Gwyn July 28,65

David S Fraser Septr 28,65

John W Ferguson do

Hugh C Baker do

James B Lain do

Charles J Fraser

do

Robt Park

do

Edmund Powis do

Rolland Hills do

James L Kenny do

Thomas Yates Ej-an do

John O'Reilly do

John Riddell

do

Adam Rutherford do

Edwin Pompard do

John White, 3

do

Joseph Wilson do

Jno Armstrong June 15,66

Wm H Keagey Augt 17,66

Geo K Creighton Octr 12,66

Henry Skynner

do

William C Campbell do

Jno Carter


Albert E Richards

Jienj R Clarkson

Alex Me D Allan

J B Cherriman

Brent Neville

Wm T Jennings

Lyndon Smith

C S Gzouski

2nd Class.

Thomas R Wadsvvorth

Robert H Stobo

Frank Helliwell

Henry Chester

John Oliver

A I free! Brunei, junr

Wm E Dobson

Frederick E Dixon

Frederick L Foyter

Charles N Drew

Frederick C Denison

Kearney L Jones

William B McMurrick

William 1) Otter

Thomas Killaly

Henry T Champion

Vernon B Wadsworth

James H Burns

Thomas W Fisher

John G Denison

Walter Ross

Tullamore Murray

Edward W Si)rao:ge

JNiel McLean Trew

George A Shaw

T Alexander McLean

Arthur R Boswell

Larratt Smith

William Stanton

William Mulock

James Cosgrove

Charles H Cannon

Wilham H Hovvland

Henry O'Brien

George P Archer

George Brunei

Grant Ridout

Henry Wilson

Charles McFayden

Frank Grant

Duncan Dougall

John Douean

James H Beaven

10^

Service Miliila. 125

Octr 12,66

do

do

Deer 14,66

Janv 11,67

Feby 8,67

do

do

April 29,64

May 6,64

Mav 20,64

'do

do

May 20,64

Juno 3,64

do

June 10,64

June 14,64

Julv 14,64

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

July 27,64

do

do

do

do

do

do

6o

do

i\o

do

Augi 19,64

do

Oliver A Howland Augt 19,64

Alexander E Macdonald Septr 16,64

1 Grceme M Adam


126 Service Militia.

James Cowan


Wm D Mnrrav

Service Militia. 127


Militia General Orders. 129

General Orders, &c., issued since February, 2,66.

G. O. No. 2, ) With reference to the G. O. of the 17ih May, 1861,

il/arf/i, 23j6t> ^ explains thai the promotion thereby granted to Oflicers

of the Volunteer Militia means Brevet Rank m that Force, and gives

precedence to the Senior Officer thereof whether his rank be " Brevet

Kank " or Substantive Rank.

G. O. No. 2, i Calls the attention of Officers Commanding Corps to

March, 29,66. ) to their responsibility ibr all public property entrusted

to their care, and their liability to make good all deficiencies, excepting

such as can be satislactorily accounted lor by fair wear or otherwise.

An Officer taking over a Corps assumes all the responsibihty of his

predecessor in this respect.

G. O. No, I, ^ Directs attention to a Memo, from the Hon, the

April, 6,66. S Minister of Militia informing Officers of Volunteers

and the Service Militia that all correspondence with respect to Commissions

or promotions must be directed to the Militia Department as no application

of such nature can be received by him.

No. 2, savie f Cancels (r. O. of the 17th May, 1861, and of August 1st,

date. ^ 1861, or any other regulation with respect to Brevet promotion

either during Service or retirement of Officers of the Volunteer

Militia.

G. O. No. 3, ) Directs that all recommendations for appointments

April, 20,66' \ or promotions must be made on the printed liovmny

issued from the Militia Department, as none others will be receivud.

No. 6, ofthe same ) Gives Officers of the Volunteers the seniority due to

date. ^ the date of their original Commissions who may have

l)een compelled to resign their Commissions previous to entering the Military

Schools.

G. O. No. 2, 1 Fixes the rate of pay and allowances for the Force

June, 1,66. \ called out on Service as follows, viz :

Daily rate of allowance in lieu

Ranks. Rate of pay of Barracks, rations, and all

per day. other allowances.

Lieut. Colonel $4 S7 $1 00

Major 3 90 1 00

Paymaster 3 05 90

Adjutant with rank of

Lieutenant 2 44 90

Adjutant with rank of

Ensign 2 13 90

Surgeon 3 65 1 00

Assist. Surgeon 2 43 72

Quarter Master 1 94 76

Captain 2 82 76

Lieutenant 1 58 72

Ensign or Cornet 1 28 69


130 3IUitla General Orders.

And the rates of pay for each non-commissioned ofllcer aud man shall be

as follows, for their ^e^>pective grades :

Rank. Rate of pay per day.

ct«.

Serjeant-Major 50

Quarter-Master Serjeant 45

Paymaster's Clerk 45

Orderly Room Clerk 45 •

Hospital Serjeant 45

Pay Serjeants 40

Serjeants 35

Corporals 30

Buglers 25

Privates , 25

And the non-commissioned ofRf-ers and privates shall receive either free

lodgings, and rations ; or an allowance in lieu thereof, as may in different

cases bie deemed most advisable ;

and in cases where an allowance is granted

the rate for such allowance will Ije for Volunteers who have not been

moved fom their Company or Battallion Head Quarters forty cents per

man per day, and fifty cents per man per day for all Volunteers who have

been moved from their homes.

G. O. No 2, i Removes the Grand Trunk Railway Regiment as a

J"m/;/, 6,66. ^ distinct organization, from any existing Brigade District,

aud places it directly under the Militia Department.

G. O. No. 1, > Cancels G. O. No. 2, of the 20ih July, 1866, and

Octr. 5,66 ) substitutes the following.

The Commander in Chief is pleased to direct that henceforward, all

applications for the appointment of Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon to

Volunteer Battallions, must be accompanied by a recommendation from

Officers Conmianding Battalions, and be forwarded through District

Staff Officer to Medical Staff Officer, Montreal. That applicants must be

qualified to practice their profession according to the law of the Province,

and must be prepared to produce when called upon, such evidence of their

qualiiication for the appointment as a board of examination composed of

Medical Otficers of the Volunteer Service may deem sufficient, and that

no appointment to the post of Surgeon or Assistant-Surgeon in the

Volunteer Militia will be made without a certificate of such qualification

from such board.

G. O. No. 1, } Notifies District Stafi' Officers not to forward any more

Octr. 19,66. S proposals for the formation of new Volunteer Companies

as the aumber authorised for aeceptan«:e had been completed.

G. O. N'j. 1. ) Forbids Volunteers in Uniform wearing Medals or

Novr. 9,66. \ decorations excepting such as have been conferred by

Her Majesty, or His Excellency the Commander in Chief.

G. O. No. 3. 1 Directs Staffs Officers of Districts to cause to be returned

D'xr. 14,66. \ to the Militia Store Department, Montreal, all Arm Chests,

Ammunition do metal lined, forwarded' with Stores for the service of the

Vo!uateer Militia.


Militia General Orders. 131

G. O. No. 2. i Directs District Start Officers to satisfy themselves that

Javy. 4,67 \ OtTicers Cominaiuling' Battalions and Corps, are in possession

ot the "Regulations for the guidance of the Volunteer Force if called

out for Actual Service," and to urge upon them the importauot: of makinj?

themselves thoroughly acquainted therewith.—These Regulations torming

in future part of the subjects of examination for Certificates of both classes.

G. O. No.\.

Jany. J

11,6^. ^

pui^iishes the followin- :—

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to direct :

1st. 'J hat all Otficers hereafter recommended for appointment or promotion

to the Command of a Battalion, shall, before the recommendation can

take effect, sign and transmit to the Deputy Adjutant General the receipt

below annexed, in which articles delicient shall Ik; noted in a separate

column.

2nd. Before forwarding the resignation of any Captain desirous of retiring.

Commanding Otiicers of Battalions will obtain from the proposed

incoming Captain a similar receipt in which articles deficient shall be

noted, and the said receipt shall be forwarded at the same time as the

resignation and recommendation of a successor.

3rd. The same formality is to be observed in the case of a resignation of

the Officer Commanding an isolated Troop ol Cavalry, Battery of Artillery

or Company of Volunteer Militia.

Receipt.

Receivetl from the ahove mentioned stores, deficiencies

as noted, lor the safe custody and preservation of which I hereby hold

Jiiyself personally responsible ; and I hold myself liable to replace all fcuch

stores and property a-* may become lost or destroyed, except through

unavoidable accident or by lair wear and tear.

G. O. No. 2. \ Gives information that the drill pay for the current year

Jajiy. 18,67. \ ending 30ih June, 1867, will not be i.-sued until after the

month of April next. Yearly allowance for care of Arms kept in private

Armouries to be paid at the same time.

With reference to the Gt-.neral Order No. 1 of the 25lh ultimo, the following

rates of pay are authorized for Drill Instructors, viz :

Non-Commissioned Oificers furnished from the Queen's Troops in Garrisons,

forty cents each per day.

Instructor of a Squadron of Cavalry for one locality when specially

approved $300 per annum.

Battalion Instructor when specially approve


132 Militia General Ordei

In Country Districts.

Where the Company forms part of a Battalion where ^

no Drill Instructor has been appointed to the >

*$50 per

Company per

Batlah'on.

Where the Company is not in a Battalion

*The Captains of Companies and Brigade

) annum.

*$50 do do

Majors ceitifying in the

usual manner as to the due performance of the duties befoie this allowance

can be claimed, vide General Order No. 1, 25th January, 1867.

All claims for Drill Instruction will be paid in the manner prescribed by

the circular memorandum dated 16th January, 1867.

The General Order ot the 5th October, 1864, respecting Drill Instructors

is hereby cancelled.

G. O. No. 1. ) Removes the "Civil Service Rifle Regriment" from

Fchy. 22,67. \ any existing Brigade Division and places it directly under

the Militia Department.

Places the B. & O. Railway Garrison Battery and P. & O. Railway

Rifle Company in the 1st Brigade Division.

No. 2.—Cancels G. O. Deer 20,65, and directs that all Oflicers travelling

on Militia Service, will forward claims for travelling expenses actually and

necessarily incurred when proceeding on public duty.


Table of Contents. 133

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

PAGE

Adjutant General's Department --.....g

Artillery

Field Batteries --------n

Garrison Batteries --..-._ is

Brevet Rank

Colonels ----;2,,..g

Lieut Colonels --------7

Majors ---------g

Captains ---------g

Brigade Divisions, L. C, Recapitulation of - • g - - 76

Do. U.C, do. - 80

Cavalry -----------14

Civil Service Regiment --------69

Commander in Chief and Staff -------5

Engineer Companies -------.-23

General Orders, &c., --------_ 129

Grand Trunk Railway Brigade - - - - - - 21, 66

Independent Companies -->. ...69

Infantry and Rifle Battalions ----_.

,23

Militia Staff, L. C, 10

Do. U.C, 12

Military Schools ---------,92

Do. passed Cadets, L. C, - - - - - - 93

------. -.g

Do do U. C, - - - - . _ 111

Musketry Instructors

Naval Company ----•-•-•.23

Provincial Storekeepers --.-....g

Retired Officers of Volunteers -------85

Volunteer Staff -14

11


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CAPITAL—*l,O0O,O0O STERLING.

ANNUAL INCOME OVER—£330,000 STERLING.

Policies issued to meet every contingency

Special advantages to Assurers

Moderate rates of premium, combined with perfect security.

During the 18 years of this Society's existence it has met with

an unsurpassed degree of Public support and confidence, and it is

now one of the largest Liife Assurance Societies in

Great Britain.

The New Assurances effected in 1865 yielded the large

premium revenue of Forty-Three Thousand Pounds

sterling.

The Life Claims and Bonuses paid by the Society since its commencement

exceed a Million and a Quarter Sterling ; no

Claim has ever been contested.

THE ROYAL NAYAL AND MILITARY LIFE DEPARTMENT

Is under the special patronage of

HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY

THE QUEEN.

VICE-PATRONS

Field-Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, K.G.,

K.P., G.C.B., G.O.M.G., General Commander in Chief.

His Grace the Duke of Richmond.


147

The Right Hon. Earl Grey.

The Right Hon. Sir Staflford Northcote, Bart., M.P., President of

the Board of Trade.

Viscount Eversley, A.D.C. to the Queen.

Admiral Sir James Alex. Gordon, G.C.B.

General Sir John F. Burgoyne, Bart., G.C.B., Inspector General

of Engineers.

General Sir Hew D. Ross G.C.B. ;"R.A.

Major General Lord William Paulet, K.C.B., Adjutant General.

Lieut-Gen. Sir James Hope Grant, G.C.B., Quartermaster General.

Lieut.-Gen. William Fred. Forster, K.H.

CHAIRMAN OF DIRCETORS:

SIR FREDERIC SMITH, K.H., F.R.S.

Liife Policie§ are issued to Naval and Military OflBcers,

whether in active service or not, also to persons residing or about

to reside in tropical climates, on the most favorable terms.

Volunteer Corps.

No additional charge for members of Rifle Corps.

Guarantee Department.

The European is the only Society whose Bonds of Guarantee

are accepted by the British Government.

HEAD OFFICB ITi CASrADA:

71 GREAT ST. JAMES STREET, MONTREAL.

DIEECTORS IN CANADA:

{All of whom are fully qualified Shareholders)

HENRY THOMAS, Esq., Chairpian.

HUGH ALLAN, Esq. WILLIAM WORKMAN, Esq.

C. J. BRYDGES, Esq. FRANQOIS LECLAIRE, Esq.

The Hon. CHAS. ALLEYN, Q. C. Sheriff, Quebec.

MANAGER FOR CANADA I

EDWARD RAWLINGS,

From whom all information may he obtained.


148

THE OTTAWA CITIZEN

Published Daily and Weekly at Ottawa,

I. B. TAYLOR, Peopkietor.

PROSPECTUS FOR 1867.

Subscription :

Daily paper, $6 a year. Weekly paper, $1 a yeaf.

{Paydble in advance.)

The Ottawa Citizen is the oldest newspaper extant in the Ottawa

Valley. In a few weeks it will enler upon the sixteenth year of its

existence. The time has therefore arrived when the Proprietor may appropriately

offer a few remarks concerning the past and res ecting the future.

The Bytown Packet, the precursor of the Citizen, was first issued in the

year 1845, and was continued until 1851, when its name was changed to

The Ottawa Citizen. The Citizen has, therefore, under the two names,

been published continuously for twenty-two years. Until May, 1865, the

Citizen was issued as a Semi-Weekly and Weekly Journal, when, a

change of proprietorship taking place, its publication as a Daily Newspaper,

with a Weekly Edition also, was commenced. The connection formed

twenty-two years ago by the Packet, with readers and advertisers in all

parts of the Oitawa Valley and Central Canada, has been preserved. With

the growth and expannon of the population and resources of the Valley,

the circulation and influence of the Citizen has gradually increased, and

now the extent of the issues of both the Daily and Weekly editions in the"

Metropolis and surrounding districis is such as to give much gratification

to the Proprietor, while it affords the amplest of guarantees to adveitisers

that their notices wili be brought fully before the people. The aim of the

Proprietor has been to make the Citizen a reliable and faithful medium of

general news, and a trusty advocate of correct political principles. He has

spared no reasonable expense to provide for the readers of the Citizen the

earliest and mo^t reliable inteili^'eiice of public events. The Telegraph

Lines have been unsparingly used to convey an epitome of news from the

principal Cities in the Province and for the transmission of Reports of

important Public Meetings and Demonstrations from the pens of the

CiTiziiN's own editorial staff'. At the time of the Fenian raids in June last,

the Proprietor despatched from his own office two special correspondents

to the scene of danger, one East and one West, with instructions to spare

no expense in the preparation of reliable intelligence ; other correspondents,

too, were engaged at different points ; and it may be permitted in him to

doubt whether any new.-papef in the Province was better prepared to furnish

the public with news from the Seat of War. A prominent feature in

the Citizen is the publication every morning of Midnight Despatches per

Atlantic Cable, and of other despate-hes, by the Montreal Line, from all

parts of the Provinces, wherever occurrences worthy of note take place.

The arrangements of the Citizen for the procurement and publication of

the latest Intelligence are such as to place it in the van of Provincial

newspapers for enterprise and industry. The Proprietor Will aim to maintain

the repiitrttion acquired, and will ungrudgingly meet all possible

expenditure with that end in view.


149

RUSSELL HOUSE,

OTTAWA.

JAIES A. GOriN,

12*

PROPKIETOR.


150

CAMDIAN INLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

ROYAL MAIL

THI^OTJaH: LIN^EI

Forming a Direct Line between

QUEBEG, MONTREAL, KINGSTON, TORO.\TO, HAM11T0.\, NIAGARA & LIWISTON.

This Magnificent Line, composed of the following First Class

GRECIAN (Iron) new

SPARTAN " "

PASSPORT " -

KINGSTON

Steamers :

- - .

- - - -

- Capt. Hamilton.

'« Howard,

" Kellev,

" .

MAGNET ''

CHAMPION - -

^- - .

-

.

-

« Dunlop,

" Fairgrieve,

" Sinclair.

G^OHSTG- ^WEST,

Leave the Canal Basin, Montreal, at 9 o'clock Every Morning

(Sundays excepted,) and Lachine on the arrival of the Trnin leaving

the Bonavcnture street Station, at noon, for Kingston, Toronto,

Hamilton and Intermediate Ports, connecting at Toionto and

Hamilton with the various Railways for Stratford, L^mdon, Sarnia,

Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, ^t. Louis, Galena, Green Bay, St.

Paul, &c., and with the Steamer " City of Toronto " for

rViag'ara, IjCwiig>tosi, IViag-ara Palls, BitflTalo,

Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, &c.

G^OIlSra^ EAST,

The Steamers Ran in connection with the Mail Steamers for

QUEBEC, and with the Steamer MAOl^ET for Murray Bay,

River du Loup, Cacouna, Tadousac and the RIVER SAGUENAY.

jg^^'This line of Steamers is unequalled, and, from the completeness

of its arrangements, presents advantages to Travellers which

noTie Other can affoi*d.

jg^^Through Tickets, with any information, may be obtained at

the Office, 73, Great St. James street.

ALEX. MILLOY,

Royal Mail Through Line Office, Agent.

73, Great St. James ^treet,

Montreal, 18G6.


151

YOUNG & RADFORD,

30, Sparks Street, Ottawa, C. W.,

GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS

MASONIC JEWELS,

And all kinds of Gold and Silver Jewellery?

MADE TO OKDER, AND OLD JEWELLERY RESET.

Designs furnished without charge.

ALWAYS ON HAND A FINE STOCK OP

GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,

Jewellery, Fancy Goods and Electro Plate.


152

THE LAmSBlRE FIRE AP LIFE IXSURASCB

COMPANY.

CAriTAL £2,000000 STERLING.

FIRE I>EPART]W[E]\T.

One hundred thousand dollars have been invested by the Company in

Government and other Canadian Securities.

Insurances granted against loss or damage by fire at moderate rates of

Premium.

Losses will be settled with promtitude and liberality.

I.IFE I>EPART]?IEMX.

Opirdon of the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

The Directors ot the Lancashire have always been content to let the

figures in their annual balance sheets prove the sound financial position of

the Company, but they think it due to their numerous Shareholders, and

Fire and Life insureis, to draw attention to the complimentary remarks of

the Chancellor of the Excheuuer, made in the House of Commons on 7th

March, 1864—See Times of ^th March.

The Chancellor t»f the Exchequer, in moving the adoption of the '^Government

Annuities Bill," said :

" I wish to fhow the manner in which business is transacted by officers

of the highest class, and the reserve they think it necessary to hold in order

to give themsf Ives a secure position. I am only going to slate two or three

cases. Hon. members will bear me out when J say that you know a good

deal about the position of an Insurance society when you get three things

first of all its date; secondly, its income from premiums; and thirdly its

accumulations. (Hear, hear.) From the relation of these three to one

another you know pretty clearly the state of any office."

The Chancellor then gave the figures coiine


153

COMMERCIAL UNION

Chief Office : 19 & 20 CORKHIll, lONDOH, ENGLAND.

Office; 385 & 387, ST. PATJI, STREET, MONTREAL.

MORLAND, WATSON & Co.

Managing Directors and General Agents for Canada.

FRED. COLE, secretary.

CAPITAL—iE2,500,000 ^TERLIIVO.

Insurances Granted on all descriptions of property.

Perfect Security, guaranteed by large subscribed capital

and Invested Funds.

Mil m^Mmmmmmw^

Volunteers are allowed without extra charge, to do

duty on the Frontier, and to engage in repelling

marauding attacks.

THE LIFE EUISTDS

Are entirely separate, and are invested in the names

of Special Trustees.

The NEW PREMIUMS for the first year amounted to

£20,940.

The position of the Company is unsurpassed having

now in hand 90 per cent, of premiums on all policies

in force.


154

IT. LiTOiNCi Eklh

SITUATED ON GREAT ST. JAMES STREET,

H. HOG-AN, - - PROPmETOR.

THIS

First Glass Hotel (the largest in Montreal) is

situated on Great St. James street, in front of the

French Cathedral, or Church Ville Marie, Notre Dame

street, immediately adjacent to the Post Office, Place

d'Armes and Banks ; is only one minute's walk from

the Grey or Black Nunneries, new Court House,

Reading Rooms, Champ de Mars, (where the troops are

reviewed,) Mechanic's Institute, Bonsecours Market

and Fashionable Stores. The New Theatre Royal is

directly in the rear of the House, and several of the-best

boxes in the Theatre are regularly reserved for the

guests at St. Lawrence Hall.

St. Lawrence Hall has long been regarded as the most

popular and fashionable Hotel in Montreal. It has

been under the charge of its present proprietor over

ten years. The building presents a front of some 300

feet on Great St. James street, with a depth of over

300 feet, and has over 300 apartments.

A large part of the Hall was engaged by Government

for the Suite of His Royal Highness th^ Prince of

Wales, during his visit to this City.

American money taken at par.

Hours for Meals.

Breakfast from - - - - - -

Lunch ---------

7 to 1 1

1 to 2

o'clock.

"

Dinner for parties leaving at - 2 "

Dinner from

Tea

- 5 to

7—

6| " •

Supper - - - - 9


155

LIFE ASSURANCE,

ESTABLISHED 1825.

^rolti^l IrcMitrial ^^^uraita Compit]),

INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT.

CAPITAL - - - OKE MILLIO]^ ISTERLIIVO,

Invested in Canada, $500,000.

CANADA HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.

DIRECTORS:

Hugh Taylor, Esq., Advocate,

Honorable Ghas. Wilson, M. L. C.

William SachE, Esq., Banker.

Jackson Rae, Esq., Banker.

SECRETARY:

A. Davidson Parker.

The Directors of the Scottish Provincial Assurance

Company beg to intimate that persons Assured

are permitted to serve in Militia and

Volunteer Corps, and that no

extra charge for such

service in defence of Canada is exigible.

By Order,

A. DAVIDSON PARKER,

Secretary Canada.


"THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY"

With which is now incorporated

THE COLONIAL'

Head OfAce^'—EjDI^fCiltl ROfI aiul :fr0.1iXRl!:AI..

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

B H. LeMOINE, Esq., Banker.

JOHiV GIIEENSHIELU5, Esi^, Merchant.

AN DREW KOBERTtON, Esq , Advocate.

II. COTlfi, Esq., Banker.

GEORGE STEPHEN, Esq, Merchant.

Manager-W. M. RAMSAY.

Inspector of Agencies—RICHARD BULL.

( ^\ ( '(J^\DTTIONAL Policies giantecho per?on.s settled in this country,

upon which no extra premium


'

THE

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

Canada Hoard of Directors:

Chairman: T. B. AJNDERSON, Esq.

IJfpuf)/ Chairmrm: HENRY N. STAKNES, Esq.

EDWIN HENRY KIVG, E q.

HENRY CHA'PxMAN, Esq.

THOMAS CRAMP, Esq.

Resjchnt SecreXary : G. F. C. SMITH, Esq.

3/7V//ra/i?.V>>Tf.- DLTN:)AN C. MacCALLITM, Esq., M. D.

rNV£8TED FUNDS.

The aniMfot '>/' which on ibe 31st Decemlier, IS6.5, was k^AllMG

. Capita! paid up £391.752

He.servtd Surplus Fund 971.410

j,

,^ 5.: i«? Insurance Re.^-erve 1,775. G5S

i i!3|ivided Prolit 39,396

;

^3,177,616 Sierling.

Annual Revenue exceeds. .. ....... .£1.1.5o..'00 8(ftrlin.r.

.

...,. iJcimrtr/ient—The

"

Directors would cnii aitention to the moderate

rates at which they are prepared lo grant Life Policies and Annuities,

mnf respectfully ^cjicit a comparison of their terms with other first cla.ss

Lnghsh Companies :

The Annual Premium fot $1,000 at age of 25 years is $18.90

'*

*' *' 30 '' ''521.20

Under Table 2, Guaranteed JJonus [a form of assurance pel:uhar to this

Company]

The annual premium on §1,000 at 30 years of age is §21.20. After 5

annual payments the policy is worth ^r,036. After ten, ^IjOS^. After

twenty, $1 ,2(>4. After thirty, §1 ,528. After fifty-four, $2,000, being douUe

the origmal amount assured, for the original annual premium.

Parents whose ages are now 35 and 30, may secure $1,000 to their

'•n Iciren or other heirs, should they be orphaned, by the small annual fee

(1 i{»14.20.

A person aged sixty-one may on payment of ^1,000, secure for4he

remainder pfhfe an annuity or annual incofne oi $100.90, bein"' over 10

per cent on thp investment.

The annual payment of $6.17 wiil secure for a child one year old the

sum oi $100.00 on his attaining the age of fourteen years; should he

die before that age, oM the premiums wilt be returned.

G. F. C. SMITH,

Resident Secretary.


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