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Second Regiment of the Leeds County, Militia

 

The recruiting area for the 2nd Leeds Militia was from Mallorytown to Gananaque to the Rideau River, from Furnace Falls (Lyndhurst) to Green Bush.

 
  Nominal Return of the Flank Companies of the 2nd Regt., Leeds Militia, on service in the year 1812: (Source: Canada Archives microform t-10379, pages 47-49)  

In the War of 1812 (1812-1815) the United States declared war on England because of trade restrictions, impressment, and British support for Indian attacks. They signed the Treaty of Ghent on December 24, 1814 after reaching a stalemate.

Name Rank Remarks  
Abels, Lyman
     
Abinathy, James
  deserted  
Adams, David
  wounded September 21, 1812 since deserted  
Allen, Aaron
     
Allen, David
     
Allen, William
     
Bachelor, Simeon
     
Barnes, John, Jr.
     
Barry, Patrick
  deserted  
Beach, Elisha
     
Benedict, John
     
Birdsall, Annanias
 

Birdsell
dead

 
Blasedell, John
     
Bogalt, Gersham
     
Bradish, Andrew Lieut. Relieved by Lt. Samuel Kilsey
16 Feb. 1813
 
Bresee, Peter Serg.    
Brown, David H.
     
Brown, William W.
     
Brown?, Henry
     
Bullard, Josiah
  b. 1799 in Vermont
refractory [unmanageable]
 
Burges, John
  Burgess  
Burges, John
     
Burges, Josiah D.
     
Byington, James
  deserted  
Chace, Benjamin
     
Chace, John Corp.    
Chapin, Abner
  deserted  
Church, Oliver
     
Churchill, Joseph
  Churchall, son of Israel Churchill  
Churchill, Mark
  Churchel, son of Israel Churchill
one month's service
 
Conley, Solomon, Jr.
  deserted  
Conly, Nicholas
  deserted  
Conly, Solomon
  deserted  
Corben, Abijah
  dead  
Cornwall, George
  dead  
Cregan, Edmond
  Cragan  
Cregan, Edmond, Jr.
     
Davison, Robert Serg. relieved by Serg. William Cooper
2 Jan. 1813
 
Day, Moses
     
Day, Jacob
     
Day, John
  deserted  
Day, Robert Corp.    
Delong, George Corp.    
Durfey, Truman Corp.    
Eaton, Aaron
  deserted  
Eaton, Jabez
     
Eaton, Oliver Corporal    
Elsworth, Benjamin
     
Elsworth, Israel
  deserted  
Fagerson, John
  Ferguson, deserted  
Fargerson, Samuel
  Ferguson  
Farnam, Archalus
  Wounded 21 Sept. 1812 since deserted.  
Farnam, John
     
Fox, Jeremiah
     
Fraser, Jeremiah
     
French, Charles
  probably son of Henry French  
Fuman, Henry Corp.    
Geville, Amos
     
Gilbert, Enos O.
     
Gilbert, John
     
Gilmore, John
     
Gilmore, John
     
Halladay, Henry Corp. Hallada, son of Noah Halladay  
Halliday, Alvin Corp. Hallada, son of Noah Halladay  
Halliday, James J.
  Hallada, son of Noah Halladay  
Harriss, William Corp. dead  
Herrick, Henry
     
Hicock, Nathan Ensign    
Hotchkiss, Levi Corp. died on March 20, 1814
born in Vermont in 1792
 
Huit, Jacob
     
Huit, James
     
Ireland, Isaac
  refractory [unmanageable]  
Ireland, Locy
     
Jackson, Samuel Corp. deserted  
Jaque, Richard
  deserted  
Jones, Asa Corp.    
Kalt?, Grovil
     
Ketchum, Nathaniel
     
Lamb, Isaac
     
Lampson, Alvin
  deserted  
Lane, Samuel
  gone to the United States to reside since the peace concluded.  
Lane, Daniel
  dead  
Lawrence, Elihu
  dead  
Lawrence, Robert
     
Lee, David, Jr.
  deserted  
Lee, Palmer
     
Lee, Zenos
     
Lindsay, Ephraim
  Linsay, dead, son of Alexander  
Lindsay, Thomas
  Linsay  
Lindsay, William B.
  Linsay  
Lyman, Barnabas
     
Man, James
     
Martial, James
     
Marvin, Calvin
     
Matherson, Nathan
  deserted  
Matterson, Jesse
  deserted  
Miller, John Corp.    
Mitchel, Herman
  deserted  
Mitchel, John
  deserted  
Mook, Henry Corp. Joined Glengary regiment after deserted  
Mott, Squire
     
Nicholas, Elisha
  deserted  
Nichols, Benjamin
  deserted  
Nichols, Clark
     
Nickson, John
     
Palmer, Darius
  son of Abraham Palmer  
Palmer, David
  deserted,
son of Abraham Palmer
 
Palmer, Jeremiah
  deserted  
Parish, Horris
  Joined Incorp. Mil. since dead.  
Parker, Charles
  deserted  
Parker, John Corp.    
Patterson, Daniel, Jr.
     
Pennock, Aaron
     
Perry, Daniel
  Armourer  
Phelp, Patrick
     
Philps, William Serg. Phillips
relieved by Sgt. Daniel Livingston
Nov. 1812
 
Pope, John
     
Pratt, George
     
Proctor, Isaac
  deserted  
Raymond, Truman
  acting surgeon  
Read, John
     
Read, Samuel Ensign relieved by Ens. Jas. Wilborn
1 March 1813
 
Ripley, Thomas
     
Roades, Jabez
     
Robertson, William Serg.    

Rockwood, Elijah
Corp. deserted  
Sanford, Peter
     
Sanford, Solomon
     
Saxton, Jonathan
     
Schofield, Ira Capt. Relieved by Capt. Wm. Jones,
16 Feb/ 1813
 
Seaman, David
     
Seaman, Samuel 2nd Lt.? dead  
Seaman, Stephen
     
Sheaman, Prince Serg. relieved by Sgt. Joel Judd on January 2, 1813  
Chipman, Elon
  son of Barnabas Chipman  
Chipman, Henry
     
Chipman, Truman   son of Amni Chipman  
Shook Philip Serg. relieved by Sgt. John O. Wood
2 Jan 1813
 
Shumway, Francois
     
Simpson, Isaac
  refractory [unmanageable]  
Slack, Joseph
     
Slayton, Charles Corp. deserted  
Sly, John
  Wounded 21 Sept. 1812 since deserted.  
Smith, Samuel
     
Smith, Silas
     
Smith, Timothy
     
Snider, Matthew
     
Stevens, Abraham
  Joined Gleng. Regt. since deserted  
Stevens, Alford Corp.    
Stevens, Isaac Corp.    
Stevens, Jonathan, Jr.
  dead  
Stodard, Arvin
     
Stodard, Judson
  deserted  
Stratton, Daniel P. Corp.    
Struthers, John Lieut.    
Sutherland, German Corp.    
Sweet, Allen Corp.    
Sweet, Eli J.
     
Sweet, Sand Serg.    
Swind?, Truman
     
Talman, Abial
     
Tead?, Jeremiah
     
Thornton, John
  deserted  
Titus, Gilbert
  Wounded 21 Sept. 1812 since deserted.  
Titus, William
     
Tuoky, Abraham
     
Tupper, Horace
     
Wager, Joseph
     
Ward, Abel
     
Warren, Artemus Corp. deserted  
Warren, Gideon
  deserted  
Whalen, John
     
White, Isaac
  deserted  
White, James
  deserted  
White, William
     
Wiltse, Cornelius
     
Wiltse, Benoni
Capt. Relieved by L.? Bradish from 16 Feb. 1813  
Wiltsie, Henry Corp. Wiltse  
Wiltsie, Leonard Corp.    
Yates, Philip
     
Yates, William
  deserted  

 

 

 
 

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