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Brothers in Arms War of 1812

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Robert Scott of the 49th of Foot in the UK calling all Canadian Friends, to throw open a new debate of Family stories handed down, when one particular group say Militia say served along side the…Continue

Congratulations : Kick Off Time is only One Day Away

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kirk King Aug 16. 1 Reply

Well this is it folks your time is almost here, so lets see how you Celebrate ! on behalf of the Descendant Regiments of the 49th of Foot, General Brocks beloved Regiment, we send our best wishes to…Continue

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Jack Tar : Naval Re - Enactors taking it to the Land lubbers !

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kirk King Aug 16. 8 Replies

Lot's of re - enactments but I have failed to find sea fearing re - enactors Youth of the Seaways and Waterways , Young Jack Tar's along with there sea fairing Captains of the Great Lakes ,…Continue

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Descendant British Regiments in the UK.

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"Robert Scott, General Brocks 49th of Foot in the UK, I was interested by your title! Tales to Tell, if you have them why not share them, at present I am looking into Artilleryman Andrew Doyle, how is wife Fanny was the Heroin of Fort Geoge, her…"
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Brothers in Arms War of 1812

Robert Scott of the 49th of Foot in the UK calling all Canadian Friends, to throw open a new debate of Family stories handed down, when one particular group say Militia say served along side the Coloured Corps, or in my case ! I would love to know if friendships were formed with First Nations and the 49th of Foot, because for all the various participants to work together, there had to be a certain amount of trust.May be there are stories from the past, that people knew off but for what ever…See More
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Robert Scott replied to The Alliance's discussion Tracking Descendants
"Dear Simon Have just returned from a week in Guernsey, which at the start on the 13th a day of Celebration of the life and death of General Brock, agood turn out for a small Island. Brock's New Colours on parade carried by Army Cadets from the…"
Oct 20
Robert Scott replied to The Alliance's discussion Tracking Descendants
"Ron, in Brittish terms of the day it was the sign of a good leader! to lead from the front, so many incidents in the British Army down the years, it was a case of not expecting the men to do that you would not do yourself, General Le Merchant led a…"
Sep 25
Robert Scott left a comment for simon ellis
"I would like to take this oppertunity to thank Simon personly,in furnishing me with his ancestors family and military history, whilst serving in the 49th of Foot British Regiment, plus other information about other 49th Officers. These will travel…"
Sep 24
Robert Scott replied to The Alliance's discussion Tracking Descendants
"Hello Rodney, as a present day veteran in the UK. of General Brocks 49th of Foot, we are very proud of our Marine History, the last light Infantry Regiment to serve as Marrines at the Battle of Copenhagen 1801, under Admiral Lord Nelson…"
Sep 18
Robert Scott replied to Robert Scott's discussion Descendant British Regiments in the UK.
"Dear Simon, firstly thank you for your kind invitation to the Descendant Regiments of the 49th of Foot to attend next years Celebrations of the 200th anniversary of Cryslers Farm, I agree with your sentiments to make it a truly International…"
Sep 9
simon ellis replied to Robert Scott's discussion Descendant British Regiments in the UK.
"Dear Robert. Missed this earlier. I have been talking around here earlier in the year (as we have been talking directly too) and there is interest here in having more UK descendants of 1812 veterans come here for some of the celebrations. as you…"
Sep 8
Robert Scott replied to simon ellis's discussion REUNITE DESCENDANTS OF 1812
"Congratulations Simon ! what a fined, cannot wait te see your artical about the painters and there paintings, the wife of Govenor General Provost was a prolifick painter in her own right, so as you say boredom and there new seroundings added to this…"
Sep 1
Robert Scott left a comment for simon ellis
"Simon, are you awhare that Thomas Dunn ( lieutenant- governor )of Lower Canada from 1805 to 1807. Has a descendant in todays 49th of Foot, Retired Major Piers Dunn, hope of interest to you.we servd at the same time Bob. "
Aug 18
Kirk King replied to Robert Scott's discussion Jack Tar : Naval Re - Enactors taking it to the Land lubbers !
"Fellow Canadians, We've never been a people who "celebrate" war, and war is something that should never be celebrated. Don't fall for this ridiculously expensive Conservative propaganda tactic meant to make us apathetic toward…"
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Robert Scott replied to Robert Scott's discussion Jack Tar : Naval Re - Enactors taking it to the Land lubbers !
"Simon. since my last reply above I have had an Idear to Regimentaly Honour Hercules and Dixie - Ellis, at fourth coming events October 13th in Guernsey, if interested in more details please email me, this would be at an Officers Dinner and…"
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Descenant Veteran off Brock's Regiment 49th of Foot , 1st Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment . completed basic training at Brock Barracks , Reading , Berkshire. UK.back in 1956/59 .

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At 7:17pm on April 29, 2012, Lynda Jackson said…

Interesting tidbit about General Brock. My daughter is participating in an "Encampment" in Toronto commemorating the war of 1812 and is researching stories to represent in the tents. It begins June 8 and runs for three weeks. She is off to the archives for information...

My husband has his framed, signed copy of the "Flames Across the Border" map 1813-1814 displayed in our kitchen....Perhaps I will actually read Pierre Burton's books this year...

 

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