I've got a question for anyone with details of American Regiments and those
who fought at Lundy's Lane.
Lieutenant Le Couteur (104th Regiment) makes the statement in his Journal
that after the battle concluded his regiment was placed on the hilltop where
he provided assistance to the American wounded, he then stated "... Close
by me lay a fine young man, the son of the American General Hull. He was
mortally wounded, and I gave him some brandy and water..."
My question is, does anyone know of the regimental affiliation for this
American officer? I believe his grave is in the cemetery at Lundy's Lane
and perhaps there is an indication on the stone, but if anyone has the info
to hand I would be grateful for the details.