The annual volunteer and service militia list of Canada. 1st March, 1866

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Publication date Pages: This book contains a list of the militia for Canada in Of note, it was published in Marchprior to Confederation, and thus discusses the Province of Canada rather than Canada as a country. Entries for Brant can be found on page 13 (Brigade Major); 53 (38th Brant Battalion); 83 (recapitulation of Burford Troop); (regimental divisions).

Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. About Canada, Militia and Defence Forces Lists,The publications included in this data collection make up a fairly comprehensive list of Canadian military officers for almost 80 years. Report on the State of Militia of the Province of Canada, - Part 3: P.

MacDougall, Colonel, Adjutant-General of the Militia, Canada: Report on the State of Militia of the Province of Canada for the Year - Part 1: P. MacDougall, Colonel, Adjutant-General of the Militia, Canada:   Hopefully, this list will be a handy reference for determining military unit of issue from the Battalion Number marked on many Canadian-issue military firearms in the 's to 's - Canadian Numbered Volunteer Militia Units Formed circa - 1st Battalion Militia Rifles of Canada (later the Prince of Wales' Regiment) 1st Hussars.

Perpetuations. The Royal Rifles of Canada perpetuate the 12th Battalion, CEF and the st Battalion (Quebec Rifles), CEF. Operational history The Fenian Raids. The 8th Volunteer Militia Rifles were called out on active service on 8 March in response to the Fenian battalion, which served in Quebec City, was removed from active service on 31 March BRITISH MILITARY AND NA VAL RECORDS 9 Vols.

Subject Extent. Regiments-Ccmtinutd Foot Guards Coldstream,I inch. Grenadier, 1 inch. Scots Fusilier, t inch. Infantry of the Line 1st Regiment, 6 inches. 2nd Regiment, (5 pages). 3rd Regiment, The Canadian Militia is a historical title for military units raised for the defence of Canada.

The term has been used to describe sedentary militia units raised from local communities in Canada; as well as the regular army for the Province of Canada and post-confederated Canada, referred to as the active militias.

The earliest militia units in Canada dates back to 16th century in New France. Title varies: () reads The Active or volunteer militia force list of Canada; ()-() reads The Annual volunteer and service militia list of Canada; (), (), (), ()-(), ()-(Jan.

), ()-() reads The Militia list of the Dominion of Canada; ()-() reads List of officers, militia service and air service; ()-() reads List of officers.

The Canadian Militia, - Part I -III Summary of available research on the Canadian militia from to This is one of the declassified Army Headquarters (AHQ) reports. The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment is a Primary Reserve infantry regiment of the Canadian regiment is part of 33 Canadian Brigade Group, one of four brigade groups of 4th Canadian regimental headquarters and one company (A Coy/Assoro Coy) are located at Pinnacle Street in Belleville, with additional companies in Peterborough and Cobourg.

The Volunteer Militia was very popular amongst Canadian males, especially in the 19th century; for many young men, it was the thing to do.

Being an active member of the Militia in the s and the early years of the s, would have been excellent training for those who volunteered to serve with the CEF when the First World War broke out in In the early s, military service in Canada was mandatory for men between the ages of 16 and In the wake of the Militia Actwhich changed Canada’s sedentary army into an active volunteer militia force, Perth men formed the First Volunteer Rifle Company and the Second Volunteer Infantry Company in The colonial militias in Canada were made up of various militias prior to Confederation in During the period of New France and Acadia, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia (), these militias were made up of Canadiens, First Nations, British and ionally, the Canadian Militia was the name used for the local sedentary militia regiments throughout the Canadas.

Militia Acts provided manpower for defence. Until the s, such Acts in Upper and Lower Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick usually imposed compulsory service on males between 16 and 50 or 60, with annual or more frequent enrolment musters.

This institution, the Sedentary Militia, was unorganized and untrained. 11th Regiment, Irish Fusiliers of Canada authorized 15 Aug Redesignated The Irish Fusiliers of Canada 15 Mar 12th Battalion of Infantry or York Rangers: Redesignated 12th Regiment York Rangers 8 May Redesignated The York Rangers 1 May 13th Battalion Volunteer Militia (Infantry) Canada.

Fire Fighting in Canada educates and informs fire chiefs, senior officers and firefighters in municipal fire halls, industrial and military fire departments across Canada. This book by Roger Sharpe traces the early history of the volunteer militia of Brant County, focusing on the period of It is provided with the permission of the author and the Canadian Military Heritage Museum.

Publisher Canadian Military Heritage Museum Place of Publication Brantford, Ontario Date of Publication Subject(s).

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The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada is a reserve infantry regiment in 34 Canadian Brigade Group, 2nd Canadian Division, of the Canadian regiment is located on Bleury Street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is currently commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel J.B.F Roy, regiment's armoury was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in British army units in Canada were alerted and the Volunteer Militia of Upper Canada had also been called out.

Militia at Toronto and on the Niagara peninsula were ordered to Port Colborne. As the sun went down, Captain Hynes brought Sweeny's written order that John O'Neill was to lead the Buffalo expedition across the Niagara River into Canada.

Hopefully, this list will be a handy reference for determining military unit of issue from the Battalion Number marked on many Canadian-issue military firearms in the 's to 's - Canadian Numbered Volunteer Militia Units Formed - 1st Battalion Militia Rifles of Canada (later the Prince of Wales' Regiment) 1st Hussars.

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Canada, British Navy Ship Muster Rolls and Pay Lists, Was great-grandpa a deck walker or a dockworker. Find out in these Canadian naval records. Canada, Militia and Defence Forces Lists,The publications included in this data collection make up a fairly comprehensive list of Canadian military officers for almost The Sedentary Militia stayed within the District and supplied men for the jobs listed above.

The ˜ghting was done by the “Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada”. Some of the 1st Regiment volunteered for the IMUC. What the 1st Regiment Northumberland˜ Militia did in the War Murray Cramahe.

The annual volunteer and service militia list of Canada, 1st March, War of Pay Roll for Captain Servos’ Company of the Lincoln Militia- of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia in Niagara during the War of The Upper Canadian Volunteers (U.C.V.) were a small military unit organized at Fort George, Upper Canada, in July by Joseph Willcocks to fight with American forces during the War of The U.C.V.

participated in the occupation of the Niagara peninsula July to Dec. and withdrew to the U.S. after burning Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake) Continue reading "First Muster Roll Corps Of. Committed to publishing great books, connecting readers and authors globally, and spreading the love of reading.

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A major effect of the Fenian Raids () was to illustrate the need for the establishment of a permanent military force for Canadian security. Consequently, the Canadian Parliament passed the first federal Militia Act in George-Étienne Cartier drafted and introduced the legislation.

Annual General Inspection. In order to be entitled to pay for the 3'ear ending 30th Juneit is absolutely necessary that the Pay-list, properly completed, be received at this Department not later than the 1st day ofJune The following Certif cate is to be granted in all cases where the Anns of the Volunteers are kept in Private.

Compiled military service records, with indexes, of soldiers who served in volunteer organizations enlisted for service in the Spanish-American War, (, files) and the Philippine Insurrection, (47, files), including the U.S.

Volunteer Infantry, (5, files), and the Puerto Rican Regiment, U.S. Volunteers, An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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