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Janie Riley is an avid genealogist with a habit of stumbling on to dead bodies. She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th great-grandmother. But her search into the past leads her to a dark secret. Can she solve the mysteries of the past and the present before disaster strikes? Available now on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca

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47th Regiment of Foot, American Contributor Murray McCombs Source: British Officer's Handbook, 1763 p. 102

The following British Regiments served in North America during the French and Indian Wars. Many soldiers were granted land at the end of the conflict. This may prove relevant to Loyalist Family research.

These are the following Identified:

Format: RANK / NAME / DATE REGIMENT

  • Colonel / Robert Monckton / 24, Oct, 1759
  • Lt. Colonel / John Darby / 14 May 1759
  • Major / John Campbell / 11 July, 1759
Captains
  • William Howard / 22 Nov. 1756
  • Paul Rycaut / 10 July 1758
  • Sir Henry Seton /22 Apr., 1759
  • Thomas Morris / 22 Aug 1759
  • Edward Hope/ 29 Apr. 1762
  • Richard Montgomery /4 May 1762
  • John Saxton / 16 May 1762
  • Captain Lieut. / Jonathan Rogers / 29 Apr. 1762
Lieutenant
  • Charles Lyons / 21 Sept 1756
  • Francis Tew / 2 Feb, 1757
  • Willis Martin / 23 July 1759
  • Samuel Williams / 29 July 1759
  • Robert Williams / 15 May 1760
  • John Christopher /18 Sept 1760
  • John Shaw / 22 Aug 1761
  • Willaim Gaul / 8 Apr, 1762
  • John Carden / 29 Apr 1762
  • James Stuart / 6 May 1762
Ensign
  • Richard Aylmer/ 6 Aug 1759
  • Magill, Wallace / 15 May 1760
  • Thomas Wood / 29 July 1760
  • Abernethy Cargill /18 sept 1760
  • Tho. Vanderduffen/ 20 Aug 1761
  • Perkings Magra / 4 Oct. 1761
  • John Elliot/ 8 Apr 1762
  • James Howetson / 29 Apr 1762
  • Willaim Darby / 6 May 1762

  • Chaplain / James Moore /16 Feb 1756
  • Adjutant / James Stuart/ 6 May 1762
  • Quarter Master / John Chave / 18 Apr 1762
  • Surgeon / John Charleton /25 Apr 1762

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