Battlefield of Crysler's Farm

Battlefield of Crysler's Farm (HM1JXC)

Location: , Ontario K0C 2G0 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties
Country: Canada
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N 44° 56.565', W 75° 4.265'

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Pro Patria

These plaques are found in the British Court of Honour and the Canadian Court of Honour at the Crysler's Farm Battlefield visitors center.
Battlefield
of Chrysler's Farm
Pro Patria


In Memory of
Captain Thomas Nairne and Lieutenant Daniel Claus of the 49th Regiment, Lieutenant Charles de Lorimier of the Canadian Fencible Regiment and the non-commissioned officiers and men of the 49th, 39th and Canadian Fencible Regiments and the Canadian Voltigeurs killed in action.


To the glorious memory of
more than eight hundred officers and men of
The Royal Navy
The Royal Regiment of Artillery
The 49th Regiment of Foot
now Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment
The 89th Regiment of Foot
now the Royal Irish Fusiliers
who decisively defeated
a greatly superior force of the enemy
at
Crysler's Farm
November 11, 1813





In Grateful Memory
of the
brilliant service and gallant conduct
of
Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph W. Morrison
of the 89th Regiment of Foot
officer commanding the
victorious British and Canadian forces
at
Crysler's Farm
November 11, 1813


To the glorious memory of
more than two hundred Canadian officers and men
— Detachments from the following units: —
Canadian Fencible Regiment (British Army)
Militia Artillery
Provincial Corps of Light Infantry
(Canadian Voltigeurs)
1st Regiment Stormont Militia
2nd Regiment Grenville Militia
1st Regiment Leeds Militia
Indian Department - Upper Canada
who participated in the victorious action
at
Crysler's Farm
November 11, 1813

To Commemorate
the officiers and men of the
Upper Canada Militia
who fought bravely in defence of the
St. Lawrence frontier
1812-1814
Units
Ist Regiment of Glengarry Militia
2nd Regiment of Glengarry Militia
1st Regiment of Stormont Militia
1st Regiment of Dundas Militia
1st Regiment of Grenville Militia
2nd Regiment of Grenville Militia
1st Regiment of Leeds Militia
2nd Regiment of Leeds Militia
Indian Department - Upper Canada
Engagements
Salmon River, 23rd Nov. 1812; 19th and 20th Feb. 1814
Ogdenburg, 22nd Feb. 1813; 4th Oct. 1812
Hoople's Creek, 10th Nov. 1813
Crysler's Farm, 11th Nov. 1813
Toussaint's Island, 16th Sept. 1812
Prescott, 4th Oct. 1812
Brockville, 7th Feb. 1812 (sic, 1813)
Gananoque, 21st Sept. 1812
Details
HM NumberHM1JXC
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Placed ByHistoric Sites and Monument Board of Canada/Commission de lieux et monuments historique du Canada
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 at 1:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 494391 N 4976593
Decimal Degrees44.94275000, -75.07108333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 44° 56.565', W 75° 4.265'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds44° 56' 33.9" N, 75° 4' 15.9" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling East
Closest Postal AddressAt or near Upper Canada Village, Ontario K0C 2G0, CA
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