Series 09.01.01 - Personnel

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Personnel

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  • Source of title proper: Museum Created

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CA HM 09.01.00-09.01.01

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  • 1775-1847 (Creation)
    Creator
    8th Regiment of Cavalry

Physical description

22 photocopied photographs, one page history, 100 page of textual records

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(1848-1914)

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The 8th Canadian Hussars was formed on April 4th, 1848 as the New Brunswick Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry, from eleven independent troops of Cavalry. The first of these was raised in 1825 from descendants of the Loyalists who settled the St. John and Kennebecasis river valleys.

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unknown

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Series consists of photographs and reproductions of officers and personnel in period uniform. A brief one page history of The Queen's Rangers from 1778-1783. Approximately 100 pages of a list that shows the names of heads of families or single men of 18 years of age and upwards, their former homes, their service during the Revolution, their first grants, their subsequent grants and/or place of residence.

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  • English

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Box - 1

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