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  • Militia General Orders, December 2, 1814
    Militia General Orders, December 2, 1814
    text  2 Dec 1814,     Militia General Orders dated December 2, 1814, disbanding the militia at the conclusion of the War of 1812. The orders were authorized by C.Foster, Adjutant General of Militia, Upper Canada.
    text  2 Dec 1814,   Militia General Orders dated December 2, 1814, disbanding the militia at the conclusion of the War of 1812. The orders were authorized by C.Foster, Adjutant General of Militia, Upper Canada.
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Note Authorizing Payment to Sergt. [Ozies] signed by T. Leonard- 1814
    Note Authorizing Payment to Sergt. [Ozies] signed by T. Leonard- 1814
    text  August 1814,     This is a note authorizing the payment of 4 pounds to the bearer, Sergt. [Ozies] signed by T. Leonard in Kingston, Upper Canada. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment that was raised in 1803 and sent to Upper Canada where they participated in the battles of Sackets Harbor, ...
    text  August 1814,   This is a note authorizing the payment of 4 pounds to the bearer, Sergt. [Ozies] signed by T. Leonard in Kingston, Upper Canada. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Bill of Account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard- 1814
    Bill of Account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard- 1814
    text  1814,     A bill of account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment in the amount of 18 shilling, 6 pence. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment that was raised in 1803 and sent to Upper Canada where they participated in the battles of Sackets Harbor, Beaver ...
    text  1814,   A bill of account from Alex MacDonnell to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment in the amount of 18 shilling, 6 pence. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Bill of Account Between Lieut. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot- July 19, 1814
    Bill of Account Between Lieut. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot- July 19, 1814
    text  19 July 1814,     This document is a bill of account between Lieut. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot in Kingston on July 19, 1814. The items listed are sugar, tea, paper, a toothbrush and brandy with a total amount of 2 pounds, 9 shilling.It is believed that Dr. Abbot owned a store in Kingston ...
    text  19 July 1814,   This document is a bill of account between Lieut. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot in Kingston on July 19, 1814. The items listed are sugar, tea, paper, a toothbrush and ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Bill of Account Between Lieut. Leonard and Jonas Abbot- July 11, 1814
    Bill of Account Between Lieut. Leonard and Jonas Abbot- July 11, 1814
    text  11 July 1814,     This document is a bill of account between Lieut. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot in Kingston on July 11, 1814. The items listed are sugar, paper, a toothbrush and brandy with a total amount of 1 pound, 5 shilling, 3 pence.It is believed that Dr. Abbot owned a store in ...
    text  11 July 1814,   This document is a bill of account between Lieut. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot in Kingston on July 11, 1814. The items listed are sugar, paper, a toothbrush and brandy ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Bill of Account between Mr. Leonard and Jonas Abbot- 1814
    Bill of Account between Mr. Leonard and Jonas Abbot- 1814
    text  1814,     This document, dated 1814, is a bill of account between Mr. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot, in the amount of 2 pounds, 2 shilling, 1 ½ pence. The document is signed "for Jonas Abbott John Smyth".It is believed that Dr. Jonas Abbot owned a store in Kingston.Mr. Leonard is from ...
    text  1814,   This document, dated 1814, is a bill of account between Mr. Leonard and Dr. Jonas Abbot, in the amount of 2 pounds, 2 shilling, 1 ½ pence. The document is ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Evening Report of the 10th Company, 104th Regiment, Kingston- July 24, 1814
    Evening Report of the 10th Company, 104th Regiment, Kingston- July 24, 1814
    text  24 July 1814,     This document, dated July 24, 1814, is an evening report of the 10th Company, 104th Regiment, in Kingston. Names included on the document are Sergeant Benway and Peter Davy.
    text  24 July 1814,   This document, dated July 24, 1814, is an evening report of the 10th Company, 104th Regiment, in Kingston. Names included on the document are Sergeant Benway and Peter Davy.
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Bill of Account to Lt. Leonard- July 14, 1814
    Bill of Account to Lt. Leonard- July 14, 1814
    text  14 July 1814,     This document, dated July 14, 1814, is a bill of account to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th New Brunswick Regiment in the amount of 0.19.4 from Peter Smith.Lt. Leonard is believed to be the son of a British loyalist that fled to New Brunswick following the American Revolution.The 104th Regiment ...
    text  14 July 1814,   This document, dated July 14, 1814, is a bill of account to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th New Brunswick Regiment in the amount of 0.19.4 from Peter Smith.Lt. Leonard is ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Indentured Servant Agreement between William [Tosdevine] and Tunis Snook- Kingston, 1814
    Indentured Servant Agreement between William [Tosdevine] and Tunis Snook- Kingston, 1814
    text  1 August 1814,     An agreement for an indentured servant, dated August 1st, 1814 in Kingston, Upper Canada. It states that William [Tosdevine] of Kingston, under his own free will and with the consent of his father Peter [Tosdevine] (also from Kingston), agreed to become an apprentice/servant for Tunis Snook of Kingston. The length ...
    text  1 August 1814,   An agreement for an indentured servant, dated August 1st, 1814 in Kingston, Upper Canada. It states that William [Tosdevine] of Kingston, under his own free will and with the consent ...
    Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum
    1812 History
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