Thanks for that lead. You probably just answered the question but how
do you know that Chandler's and Winder's brigades were broken up for
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> This one is difficult to nail down because Chandler's and Winder's
> brigades were broken up for the assault on Fort George. Dragoons,
> Rifles and Artillery seem to have been attached to the infantry
> brigades as required.
> The circumstances surrounding Chandler's performance at Stoney Creek
> give some clues as to the Brigade construction. see Chandler
> the 9th, 23rd and 25th while Winder seems most closely associated
> the 5th, 13th and 14th. Boyd's was the 6th, 15th and 16th. The 16th
> was attached to Winder's brigade at the Battle of Stoney Creek.