Thank you for your considered response.
Our group typically fields native warriors in support of the
British forces and we fight along side the BID and any other native
groups present at events.
The comment about village life was in response to a remark about
our camp set up.
If the list is intended mainly for regular forces we would not fit
Just for clarification I am not a spokes person for the ON GWE HO
WAY I am merely one of the few members who use a computer in our
--- In WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com
, "Michael Mathews" <mimathews@...>
> After due consideration and a totally subjective decision, I am
leaving off the ON GWE HO WAY as they do not appear to fit the
description of a military unit. If I am mistaken please enlighten me
as I'm unfamiliar with many of the groups listed below, residing
somewhere west of the Mississippi and only getting out east once a
year at best.
> Recreated Military Units that are represented on the Yahoo 1812
> Great Britain
> Royal Navy
> HM Brig Charwell
> HM Brig Wolfe
> Schooner Nancy
> Royal Marines: 2nd Battalion
> Upper Canada Provincial Marine (Amherstburg)
> Crown Forces North America Staff
> Pensioners, the Royal Hospital
> The Drums Crown Forces, 1812
> British Cavalry
> 2nd (Royal North British) Dragoons
> 14th Light Dragoons
> 15th Light Dragoons (Hussars)
> 19th Light Dragoons
> British Infantry
> 1st Foot Guards
> 1st (Royal Scots) Regt. of Foot
> 2nd foot regiment (Queens) 1st Battalion, 4th Company
> 3rd Regiment of Foot (The Buffs)
> 7th (Royal Fusiliers) Regt. of Foot
> 8th (King's) Regt. of Foot
> 9th (East Norfolk) Regt. of Foot,
> 21st (RNBF/Scots Fusiliers) Regt. of Foot
> 23rd (Royal Welch Fusiliers) Regt. of Foot
> 37th (North Hampshire) Regt of Foot
> 41st Regt. of Foot
> 43rd Light Infantry
> 44th Regt. of Foot
> 49th Regt. of Foot
> 50th (West Kent) Regt. of Foot
> 73rd Regt of Foot
> 89th Regt of Foot
> 93rd (Sutherland Highlanders) Regt of Foot
> 1/95th (Rifles) Regt. of Foot
> 3/95th (Rifles) Regt. of Foot
> 10th Royal Veteran Battalion
> Royal Engineers
> Foreign Regiments in British Service
> De Meuron's (Swiss) Regt
> De Watteville's (Swiss) Regt
> British North American Regulars
> Royal Newfoundland Fencibles
> Canadian Fencibles
> Glengarry Light Infantry Fencibles
> Canadian Provincial Corps
> Canadian Voltigeurs
> Michigan Fencibles
> Canadian Incorporated, Embodied and Sedentary Militia
> The Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada
> 1st Regiment, Kent Militia
> 1st Regiment, Lincoln Militia
> Corps of Canadian Voyageurs
> Norfolk Militia Heritage Regiment
> Mississippi Volunteers, Thomas Anderson's Company
> Canadian Corps of Voyageurs, Joseph Rolette's Company
> The Republic of the United States
> US Navy
> Ships Company
> Ship's Company of the Roanoke
> Gun Crew, USS Carolina
> Marine Guard, USS Constitution
> American Army
> U.S. Corps of Engineers
> 1st U.S. Light Artillery
> American Cavalry
> US Light Dragoons
> Kentucky Light Dragoons (Militia)
> Maryland Light Dragoons (Wilson's Troop)
> 2nd U.S. Artillery
> Captain Lucas' Company of Militia Artillery
> Cushing's Company of Artillery
> American Infantry
> 1st US Inf.
> 4th US Inf.
> 6th US Inf.
> 7th US Inf.
> 8th US Inf.
> 15th US Inf.
> 17th US Inf.
> 19th US Inf.
> 20th US Inf.
> 21st U.S. Inf. (Treats company)
> 21st U.S. Inf. (Company TBA)
> 24th U.S. Inf.
> 25th US Inf. (Whiting's Company)
> 27th US Inf.
> 1st Regt. of Rifles
> Missouri Rangers
> American Militia
> 5th Maryland
> Jackson's Lifeguards
> Tennessee Volunteers
> West Tennessee Militia
> Plauche's Battalion - Carabinier Compagnie
> 1st MD Rifle BN, Fells Point Rifles
> 1st Maryland Rifle Battalion, Baltimore Sharpshooters Company
> Sadtler's Baltimore Yagers Company
> 35th Bttn. NH Militia, Cheshire County
> 2nd MI Militia (LaCroix's Co.)
> 2nd VA Regt, 1813-1815
> 2nd KY Volunteers
> French Empire
> 7eme Hussards
> 21eme Regiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
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