Thanks Andrew, That worked. I have Microsoft Word installed and the information opened in Microsoft Word, but the link just was not active. Kathryn ... From:Message 1 of 9 , Jun 19View SourceThanks Andrew,
That worked. I have Microsoft Word installed and the information opened in Microsoft Word, but the link just was not active.
From: WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com [mailto:WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Andrew Flint
Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 8:14 AM
The problem my be that the form is a Microsoft Word document. If you right click on this and select "save as" it might work:
On 2013-06-18, at 10:55 PM, "Kathryn41" <kathryn.schwenger41@...> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> I have the same problem. I can get the Re-enactor Registration general information but the link to the actual registration form doesn't work for me either. Do you need to do something to set it to be accessible outside of Canada?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Of JOHN GREIG
> Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 1:33 PM
> Hello Mark,
> I am sorry to bother you here but the link for registration for The Thames will not upen for me.
> Can you please register us and reserve tickets for the dance?
> .John & Eleanor Greig
> 56, High Street, Titchmarsh, Kettering, Northamptonshire. NN14 3DF.
> Tele: 01832 732362
> Mobile: 07727 236052
> Email: je.greig@...
> From: Mark Dickerson <mdickerson1@...>
> To: WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, 18 June 2013, 14:40
> Subject: 1812 Battle of the Thames
> The Battle of the Thames registration page is now operational. Please go to www.battleofthethames.ca and click on "Re-enactor Registration". The 're-enactor information' and 're-enactor registration' pages will pop up.
> Simply click on 'registration' and a word document will open. Simply fill it in and return via email or snail mail to <mailto:mailto:registration%40battleofthethames.ca> mailto:registration%40battleofthethames.ca
> Historic Merchants please click on "Vendors" and a 'period vendors' tab will come up. Please fill out the form and send it to our beloved Susan Spencer.
> All participants need to register and sign in when they arrive in order to be covered by the insurance policy due to the fact that we have horses on site and participating in the battle.
> The Battle of the Thames is going to be at 14376 Longwoods Road near Thamesville, Ontario.
> Raw food will be provided for units to cook on their own.
> Thursday Oct 3rd- Set up day for all merchants and re-enactors who wish to be onsite for Friday.
> Friday Oct 4th is Education Day. Please do not arrive and try to set up while the kids are on site.
> Saturday Oct 5th- BATTLE OF THE THAMES and the BALL AT THE FORKES
> Sunday Oct 6th- NO public in attendance, re-enactor only battle and commemoration services.
> The Battle of the Thames is going to try and duplicate the original battle as reasonably accurate as possible. If the artillery units would be willing to participate as either British or American militia, then that would be great as no artillery was used during the original battle. Also, if as many people as possible are willing to dress as US militia or regulars, that will also help. Harrison had about 3500 troops (2300 militia), Tecumseh had roughly 500 followers left, and Procter had about 800 regulars. I would really like to impress to the public just how outnumbered the 41st Regiment and Tecumseh's followers were.
> On Sunday everybody can go back to their original units to participate in the "re-enactor only" cross country battle. This will be travelling across fields, forests and streams with a very loose script, much like Maryland was a few years ago. Sunday IS NOT open to the public.
> Saturday night is the Ball at the Forkes. There is a supper, period dance and late night buffet with free bussing to and from the dance. It is going to be held at the historic Essex and Kent Regimental Armoury in Chatham. It is open to everybody. The FIRST 100 PEOPLE TO REGISTER will receive free tickets to the dance and late night buffet. After that the cost is $30. If you want to attend the supper, the cost is $55 for everything. Please indicate your choice on the registration form.
> All these details are in the re-enactor information page or contact me directly with questions.
> Mark Dickerson
> Battle of the Thames-2013
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Please continue to send in your registrations to the Battle of the Thames. You can either go to the website and download the form, or use the attachment at theMessage 2 of 9 , Sep 3View SourcePlease continue to send in your registrations to the Battle of the Thames.
You can either go to the website and download the form, or use the
attachment at the end of this email.
There are only about 30 free dance tickets left and they are going fast.
After they are gone, then it will be $30 to attend the dance. Supper
tickets cost $55. Contact me and I will let you know how to pay.
Once again, Friday is Ed Day. You are welcome to attend and set up on
Thursday. Please do not arrive and try to set up between 8 and 4 on Friday.
Last name: ____________________ First name: _______________
Phone: _______________ Email: ___________
Please list all minors that are 15 or younger that will accompany you.
Are you with: Native___ British______ American _______
Are you a combatant? Yes_____ No______
Tent type: period________ modern __________
Do you wish to attend the Ball at the Forks on Saturday night? Yes__ No__
Supper, dance & late buffet: $55
Dance & late buffet only $30 __
(Note: the first 100 to register, will receive free dance tickets. )
I agree to be a volunteer of Heritage Days(registered Canadian Charity) for
the duration of the Battle of the Thames-2013 event, Oct 4th-Oct 6th, 2013.
Signed ________________________________ Date:
Adult sign if 16 or 17 years old: _________________________________________
Email this form to: registration@...
Or mail to: Battle of the Thames, 1032 Dufferin Ave, Wallaceburg, Ontario,
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More updates for the Battle of the Thames. Registration: STILL open! Go to www.battleofthethames.ca and click on ôre-enactor registrationö not the pop upMessage 3 of 9 , Sep 17View Source
More updates for the Battle of the Thames.
Registration: STILL open! Go to www.battleofthethames.ca and click on “re-enactor registration” not the pop up window
Sign your form onsite when you arrive.
Location: 14376 Longwoods Road, Thamesville, Ontario
Thursday Oct 3rd: set up allowed after 12 noon
Friday Oct 4th: Education Day- roads are closed from 8AM to 4PM and no vehicles or set up allowed on site
Saturday Oct 5th: Battle Day- camp opens 10AM, morning British battalion Drill, noon troops depart for retreat along the Thames, 2:30 battle, camp closes at 5PM, supper guests depart for Ball at the Forkes in Chatham. Tickets are still available for the supper and/ or the dance
Sunday Oct 6th- NO PUBLIC-morning memorial service, afternoon countryside battle covering forest, swamp, open fields (400 acres), depart for home, any time after 12 noon.
Food: breakfast available for purchase/
Supplied food: onions, potatoes, carrots, bread, peppers, and ½ lb stewing beef/ available starting Friday
Firepits: allowed and wood supplied
Straw: not supplied
Direct questions to me,
I would like to send out congratulations and a hearty thank you to the organizing committee for the Battle of the Thames on behalf of the 41st Regiment. WhileMessage 4 of 9 , Oct 7View Source
I would like to send out congratulations and a hearty thank you to the organizing committee for the Battle of the Thames on behalf of the 41st Regiment.
While we were not pleased with the role we had to play, we also realize that you cannot change history!
It really appeared that this had all the hallmarks of exceptional organization. The massive crowd on Saturday was a testament to that!
How fortunate that the weather held for Friday and Saturday and another example of the foresight of the committee was to have the fields planted with ground cover for the season so that even with the rain yesterday, everyone was able to get their vehicles in and out with ease.
I cannot begin to imagine how many hours went into organizing and running this event. Congratulations on a great outcome we really appreciate your hard work.
Your most humble and obedient Servant,
Tom Fournier, Captain
41st Regiment of Foot