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7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot
21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot
40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot
Royal Sappers and Miners
1st (Royal Scots) Regiment of Foot
3rd (East Kent) (The Buffs) Regiment of Foot
4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot
5th (Northumberland) Regiment of Foot
6th (1st Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot
8th (King's) Regiment of Foot
9th (East Norfolk) Regiment of Foot
13th (1st Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot
16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot
27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot
29th (Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot
37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot
39th (Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot
41st Regiment of Foot
43rd (Monmouthshire) (Light Infantry)
44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot
49th (Hertfordshire) Regiment of Foot
57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot
58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot
60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot
62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot

7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot

7th (Royal Fusliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

7th (Royal Fusliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

A War of 1812 Royal Fusiliers 7th Regiment of Foot officer's button. It's actually in much better condition than the pictures show.

War of 1812 Button WOW! Check out the "AFTER" Picture!!

I got out for a couple hours yesterday to my new favorite field...same field I found the two old shoe buckles the past couple weeks. I stuck to a part

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WOb41d Regimental markings of 7th Regt of Foot on India pattern musket Fought at New Orleans copy

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BRITISH 7TH REGIMENT OF FOOT, War of 1812, 21mm plated brass button, officer's coat, 7 within rose on face, no shank. Known as the Royal Fusiliers the 7th fought in the Peninsular Campaign, sent to America and fought at the Battle of New Orleans, and then returned to Europe to fight at Waterloo. Superb face, a rare Battle of New Orleans British regiment button. Very fine

BRITISH 7TH REGIMENT OF FOOT, War of 1812, 21mm plated brass button, officer's coat, 7 within rose on face, no shank. Known as the Royal Fusiliers the 7th fought in the Peninsular Campaign, sent to America and fought at the Battle of New Orleans, and then returned to Europe to fight at Waterloo. Superb face, a rare Battle of New Orleans British regiment button. Very fine

7TH BRITISH REGIMENT, pewter enlisted man's button, "Royal Fusiliers". 7 within rose on face, no shank, 18mm, known as the Royal Fusiliers. A very rare Battle of New Orleans British regimental button. There is some edge erosion, excavated at Dauphin Isle, AL. many years ago where the British moved to after the January 8th defeat at Chalmette regrouping to take Mobile. A duplicate from my personal collection. This excavated example still retains good detail

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7TH BRITISH REGIMENT, pewter enlisted man's button, "Royal Fusiliers". 7 within rose on face, no shank, 18mm, known as the Royal Fusiliers. A very rare Battle of New Orleans British regimental button. There is some edge erosion, excavated at Dauphin Isle, AL. many years ago where the British moved to after the January 8th defeat at Chalmette regrouping to take Mobile. A duplicate from my personal collection. This excavated example still retains good detail

Beltplate of the 7th Regiment of Foot, Royal Fusilers, fought at New Orleans.

Beltplate of the 7th Regiment of Foot, Royal Fusilers, fought at New Orleans.

Stadden: SGT LIGHT COMPANY 7TH ROYAL FUSILIER REGT OF FOOT 1814

Stadden: SGT LIGHT COMPANY 7TH ROYAL FUSILIER REGT OF FOOT 1814

7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot War of 1812 Uniform Vintage Card

7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot War of 1812 Uniform Vintage Card

7th (Royal Fusliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

War of 1812 British Infantry Uniforms

War of 1812 British Uniforms Plates from this section from Uniform Blog or Mont St. Jean *most of these units arrived in 1814 1st Foot 3rd...

British; 7th Foot, Officer and Grenadier at Battle of Albuera 16th May 1811

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7th (Royal Fusliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

7th (Royal Fusliers) Regiment of Foot- 1815. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. Main Engagement: New Orleans

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot

21st of Foot- Royal Scots Fusilers  Maker unknown

21st of Foot- Royal Scots Fusilers Maker unknown

Sergeant David Brown 21st Regiment of Foot North British Fusiliers, 1814.

Sergeant David Brown 21st Regiment of Foot North British Fusiliers, 1814.

5th regiment of foot - Recherche Google

5th regiment of foot - Recherche Google

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot, 1st Battalion, 1812. Private, Light Company. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot, 1st Battalion, 1812. Private, Light Company. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot Georgian Officers gilt flat-back small coatee button. A good example by I. Nutting, Covent Garden. Crown over ""21"" resting in thistle sprays. Complete with shank. VGC (Approx. 17 mm) Design changed in 1830. 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

Scottish. 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot Georgian Officers gilt flat-back

Bid Live on Lot 361 in the Medals and Militaria Auction from Bosleys Military Auctioneers.

Relics of the War of 1812- 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot Officer's Gilt Button- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

Relics of the War of 1812- 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot Officer's Gilt Button- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

21ST (ROYAL NORTH BRITISH FUSILIERS) REGIMENT OF FOOT, OTHER RANK'S BUTTON.  MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, CAPTURE OF WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS AND FORT BOYER historicaltwiststore.com

21ST (ROYAL NORTH BRITISH FUSILIERS) REGIMENT OF FOOT, OTHER RANK'S BUTTON. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, CAPTURE OF WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS AND FORT BOYER historicaltwiststore.com

21ST (ROYAL NORTH BRITISH FUSILIERS) REGIMENT OF FOOT- REPRODUCTION OFFICER'S GILT BUTTON.  MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, CAPTURE OF WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS AND FORT BOYER historicaltwiststore.com

21ST (ROYAL NORTH BRITISH FUSILIERS) REGIMENT OF FOOT- REPRODUCTION OFFICER'S GILT BUTTON. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, CAPTURE OF WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS AND FORT BOYER historicaltwiststore.com

Found at a camp site used after the Battle of New Orleans.  21th (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot  shoulder-belt plate. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washingston, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

Found at a camp site used after the Battle of New Orleans. 21th (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot shoulder-belt plate. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washingston, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

historicaltwiststore.com: 21th (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot brass reproduction shoulder-belt plate. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washingston, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

historicaltwiststore.com: 21th (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot brass reproduction shoulder-belt plate. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washingston, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

Officer's Belgic Shako Plate- 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

ECT store: 21st Officer's Belgic Shako Plate, British Napoleonic Shako Plates, EF019

21st Officer's Belgic Shako Plate: Gilt with Silver Thistle

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers Regiment of Foot- Sergeant, Grenadier Company, 1814. 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

British, 21st Regt of Foot, Sergeant [09-055]

Historical Twist Store British, 21st Regt of Foot, Sergeant [09-055] -

21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from August 1814 to March 1815. Main engagements: Bladensburg, Washington, Goodley Woods, New Orleans, Fort Bowyer.

War of 1812 British Infantry Uniforms

War of 1812 British Uniforms Plates from this section from Uniform Blog or Mont St. Jean *most of these units arrived in 1814 1st Foot 3rd...

40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie 40th Regiment

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie -- 1815 -- images

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40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx

Record ID: SUR-D86546 - POST MEDIEVAL button

A Post Medieval copper-alloy military button with a plain back and an iron loop. The legend reads SOMERSETSHIRE/40 for the 40th Regiment of Foot.

40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot Officer's Button- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint.

War of 1812 British 40th Foot Officers Button | #140252237

Up for auction is an awesome War of 1812 40th Regiment of Foot silvered officers button found in Kingston, Ontario! The button is in excellent condition and measures 19mm. This button is a must have f...from

Reproduction 40th (2nd Somersetshire Regiment of Foot other rank's shoulder-belt plate. 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint.

Reproduction 40th (2nd Somersetshire Regiment of Foot other rank's shoulder-belt plate. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint.

Officer and Private of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot in 1812. From Historical Records of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment. 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint.

Officer and Private of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot in 1812. From Historical Records of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment. 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint.

40th  (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th  (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

Bottom left- 40th  (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint.

Redcoated from 1790-1820 (give or take a few years....'or so!

Bottom left- 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint.

75. 40th  (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

Redcoated from 1790-1820 (give or take a few years....'or so!

75. 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th  (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th  (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st  Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to  modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion on the American coast from January to March 1815. At New Orleans but not engaged. Pale buff facings, gold buttons for officers, no lace. Men's lace square ended with a red and black line. When they sailed for North America, the 40th received militia knapsacks, which they had no time to modify or repaint. Grenadier officers had scarlet wings laced gold and edged with buff with a silver grenade on the strap and a silver Sphinx.

Royal Sappers and Miners

War Of 1812 : Royal Sappers & Miners Button

War Of 1812 : Royal Sappers & Miners Button

War Of 1812 : Royal Sappers & Miners Button

War Of 1812 : Royal Sappers & Miners Button

Bouton anglais - "Royal Sappers & Miners" / prédécesseur de la "Royal Engineers"

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Bonsoir à toutes et à tous ! Il y avait longtemps que je ne vous avais pas posté de boutons , faute de trouvailles , alors je suis bien content de vous montrer

Monastère des Récollets: Bouton militaire en laiton portant l’inscription ROYAL SAPPERS & MINERS couronnée et le monogramme de George III, produit par McGowan of London, 1812-1820. Monastère des Récollets, collections archéologiques de la Ville de Québec, photographie Ville de Québec.

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Monastère des Récollets: Bouton militaire en laiton portant l’inscription ROYAL SAPPERS & MINERS couronnée et le monogramme de George III, produit par McGowan of London, 1812-1820. Monastère des Récollets, collections archéologiques de la Ville de Québec, photographie Ville de Québec.

1st (Royal Scots) Regiment of Foot

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3rd (East Kent) (The Buffs) Regiment of Foot

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4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot

4TH (KING'S OWN) REGIMENT OF FOOT- 1st BATTALION ON THE AMERICAN COAST FROM AUGUST 1814 TO MARCH 1815. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS, FORT BOWYER.

4TH (KING'S OWN) REGIMENT OF FOOT- 1st BATTALION ON THE AMERICAN COAST FROM AUGUST 1814 TO MARCH 1815. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLADENSBURG, WASHINGTON, GOODLEY WOODS, NEW ORLEANS, FORT BOWYER.

5th (Northumberland) Regiment of Foot

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6th (1st Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot

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8th (King's) Regiment of Foot

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9th (East Norfolk) Regiment of Foot

1812 WAR 100Th & 9Th REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTONS

1812 WAR 100Th & 9Th REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTONS

13th (1st Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot

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16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie -- 1815 -- images

16th or Buckinghamshire Regiment,  Field Officer 1801 Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie | Gallica

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie -- 1815 -- images

27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot

DUG INNISKILLING 27TH REGIMENT OF FOOT ENLISTED SOLDIER PEWTER BUTTON

DUG INNISKILLING 27TH REGIMENT OF FOOT ENLISTED SOLDIER PEWTER BUTTON

DUG INNISKILLING 27TH REGIMENT OF FOOT ENLISTED SOLDIER PEWTER BUTTON | eBay

DUG INNISKILLING 27TH REGIMENT OF FOOT ENLISTED SOLDIER PEWTER BUTTON

DUG INNISKILLING 27TH REGIMENT OF FOOT ENLISTED SOLDIER PEWTER BUTTON | eBay

Dug inniskilling 27th regiment of foot enlisted soldier pewter button

Dug inniskilling 27th regiment of foot enlisted soldier pewter button

29th (Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot

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37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot

Silver Officer's Button- 37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in garrison in Upper Canada from August 1814 to 1825. No engagements. A second battalion was formed in Gibraltar from 1812-14. The second battalion came to Canada to join the first battalion in 1815. With the end of the war the 37th was reduced back to a single battalion. Many of these men may have taken land grants in the settlements at Richmond and Perth (Ottawa, Ontario).

Silver Officer's Button- 37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in garrison in Upper Canada from August 1814 to 1825. No engagements. A second battalion was formed in Gibraltar from 1812-14. The second battalion came to Canada to join the first battalion in 1815. With the end of the war the 37th was reduced back to a single battalion. Many of these men may have taken land grants in the settlements at Richmond and Perth (Ottawa, Ontario).

37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in garrison in Upper Canada from August 1814 to 1825. No engagements. A second battalion was formed in Gibraltar from 1812-14. The second battalion came to Canada to join the first battalion in 1815. With the end of the war the 37th was reduced back to a single battalion. Many of these men may have taken land grants in the settlements at Richmond and Perth (Ottawa, Ontario).

37 th regiment button

This is my first post of my finds. I believe it is war of 1812 or earlier pewter British button. Thanks for looking and any help on identification,

37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in garrison in Upper Canada from August 1814 to 1825. No engagements. A second battalion was formed in Gibraltar from 1812-14. The second battalion came to Canada to join the first battalion in 1815. With the end of the war the 37th was reduced back to a single battalion. Many of these men may have taken land grants in the settlements at Richmond and Perth (Ottawa, Ontario).

37 th regiment button

This is my first post of my finds. I believe it is war of 1812 or earlier pewter British button. Thanks for looking and any help on identification,

37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in garrison in Upper Canada from August 1814 to 1825. No engagements. A second battalion was formed in Gibraltar from 1812-14. The second battalion came to Canada to join the first battalion in 1815. With the end of the war the 37th was reduced back to a single battalion. Many of these men may have taken land grants in the settlements at Richmond and Perth (Ottawa, Ontario).

Tough day in the fields but an ok ending

Ironhorse and I started the day visiting a farmer IH spoke with in the Spring about a field where there is suppose to be a buried cannon. He lead the

39th (Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot

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41st Regiment of Foot

41st Regiment of Foot- button found in Fort Erie.

41st of Foot Officers button? updated cleaned photos

Does anyone know if this is an officer's button? It has quite a bit of silver left on it. I can't find any reference to this maker. Does anybody have

43rd (Monmouthshire) (Light Infantry)

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44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot

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49th (Hertfordshire) Regiment of Foot

A few finds of this year to show so far

12 pound cannonball, my first!! Lion head of some sort British Officers Bedford Militia 1812 button British Officers 49th 1812 button British 68th

57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot

58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot

Ufficiale della compagnia granatieri del 58 rgt. fanteria di linea inglese

Ufficiale della compagnia granatieri del 58 rgt. fanteria di linea inglese

finds.org.uk- A military button with the number 58 enclosed by a foliate circle, possibly denoting the 58th regiment. Dates from:  1750-1850. Weight: 2.84 g  Diameter: 18.25 mm

Record ID: SUR-11F551 - MODERN button

A military button with the number 58 enclosed by a foliate circle, possibly denoting the 58th regiment.

60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot

WAR OF 1812 : BRITISH 60TH REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - PENOBSCOT, FORT CASTINE!

WAR OF 1812 : BRITISH 60TH REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - PENOBSCOT, FORT CASTINE!

62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot

62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine until May 1815 and back to Halifax until 1823 Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden.

62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine until May 1815 and back to Halifax until 1823 Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden.

Relics of the War of 1812- Miniature portrait of an officer- 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine, Maine and back to Halifax until 1823. Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden. Buff facings, silver buttons set in pairs for officers, no lace. Men's lace white with two blue and a purple centre stripe, squared ended and set in pairs. A July 1815 inspection at Halifax reported some 148 bearskin caps for the regiment's grenadiers.

Relics of the War of 1812- Miniature portrait of an officer- 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine, Maine and back to Halifax until 1823. Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden. Buff facings, silver buttons set in pairs for officers, no lace. Men's lace white with two blue and a purple centre stripe, squared ended and set in pairs. A July 1815 inspection at Halifax reported some 148 bearskin caps for the regiment's grenadiers.

Relics of the War of 1812- Miniature portrait of an officer- 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine, Maine and back to Halifax until 1823. Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden. Buff facings, silver buttons set in pairs for officers, no lace. Men's lace white with two blue and a purple centre stripe, squared ended and set in pairs. A July 1815 inspection at Halifax reported some 148 bearskin caps for the regiment's grenadiers.

Relics of the War of 1812- Miniature portrait of an officer- 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine, Maine and back to Halifax until 1823. Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden. Buff facings, silver buttons set in pairs for officers, no lace. Men's lace white with two blue and a purple centre stripe, squared ended and set in pairs. A July 1815 inspection at Halifax reported some 148 bearskin caps for the regiment's grenadiers.

Relics of the War of 1812- Miniature portrait of an officer- 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine, Maine and back to Halifax until 1823. Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden. Buff facings, silver buttons set in pairs for officers, no lace. Men's lace white with two blue and a purple centre stripe, squared ended and set in pairs. A July 1815 inspection at Halifax reported some 148 bearskin caps for the regiment's grenadiers.

Relics of the War of 1812- Miniature portrait of an officer- 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine, Maine and back to Halifax until 1823. Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden. Buff facings, silver buttons set in pairs for officers, no lace. Men's lace white with two blue and a purple centre stripe, squared ended and set in pairs. A July 1815 inspection at Halifax reported some 148 bearskin caps for the regiment's grenadiers.

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie -- 1815 -- images

16th or Buckinghamshire Regiment,  Field Officer 1801 Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie | Gallica

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie -- 1815 -- images

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie 40th Regiment

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie

Military costumes, 1796-1804.] / William Loftie -- 1815 -- images

The 97th (Queen's Germans) Regiment of Foot -97 crowned within wreath OR QUEENS OWN around lower edge- An unusual example to the 1805-16 period when the unit served as the 97th (Queen's Germans) Regiment. Originally raised in 1798 as the Minorca Regt, became the Queens Germans in 1801 and numbered the 97th in 1805.

The 97th (Queen's Germans) Regiment of Foot -97 crowned within wreath OR QUEENS OWN around lower edge- An unusual example to the 1805-16 period when the unit served as the 97th (Queen's Germans) Regiment. Originally raised in 1798 as the Minorca Regt, became the Queens Germans in 1801 and numbered the 97th in 1805.

A miniature portrait of Captain John Brock, 81st Regiment of Foot. There is an inscription on parchment attached to the reverse which reads “Major Gen. Sir Isaac Brock Lieut. Govenor of Upper Canada Fell at Queenston Heights on 13th Oct 1812” “The Hero of Canada”. Above this inscription is a picture of an Indian on a battlement, holding what appears to be a tomahawk. Directly below this picture is a banner with the word “Canada” on it.

A miniature portrait of Captain John Brock, 81st Regiment of Foot. There is an inscription on parchment attached to the reverse which reads “Major Gen. Sir Isaac Brock Lieut. Govenor of Upper Canada Fell at Queenston Heights on 13th Oct 1812” “The Hero of Canada”. Above this inscription is a picture of an Indian on a battlement, holding what appears to be a tomahawk. Directly below this picture is a banner with the word “Canada” on it.

Ufficiale della compagnia granatieri del 58 rgt. fanteria di linea inglese

Ufficiale della compagnia granatieri del 58 rgt. fanteria di linea inglese

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62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine until May 1815 and back to Halifax until 1823 Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden.

62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot- 1st Battalion in Nova Scotia from August 1814 and to Castine until May 1815 and back to Halifax until 1823 Main engagements: Penobscot, Castine, Hampden.

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