Soldier's Monument

Soldier's Monument (HMXLU)

Location: Niagara Falls, ON 07305 Niagara Regional Municipality
Country: Canada

N 43° 5.357', W 79° 5.74'

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Lundy's Lane

[Front Side of Monument]:

Erected by the
Canadian Parliament
in honour of the victory
gained by the
British & Canadian Forces
on this field on the
25th day of July, 1814
and in grateful remembrance
of the brave men
who died on that day
fighting for the unity
of the Empire.
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1895
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[Left Side of Monument]:

In enduring memory of privates John Beckhouse, Mark Connory, Walter Duffis, John Harwood, Alexander Moffitt, and James Torbitt. One Hundred and Third Regiment of Foot: Lieutenant Henry N. Moorsom, Sergeant Peter Roy, Corporal William Rourke, Privates Joseph Hill, Moses Holmes, and Gaspard Saltscriber. One Hundred and Fourth Regiment of Foot: Sergeant Gaspard Forster, Privates Paul Doucet and Robert Jones. Glengarry Regiment of Light Infantry Fencibles: Ensigns John Campbell and John MacDonell and Private Francis Butler. The Volunteer Incorporated Battalion of Militia: Private George Coghill. First Regiment of Lincoln Militia, killed in battle here, 25th July, 1814.

[Reverse Side of Monument]:

In enduring memory of gunners David Coulter, Richard Esford, David Humphries, John McGaughey, and Thomas Tully, Royal Regiment of Artillery: Lieutenant William Hemphill, Corporal William Aiton, Privates William Brush, Neil Carnie, William Cayle, James Gordon, Felix Doyle, Joseph Dyke, Augustus Estrobia, John Fenton, James Fielding, Peter Helforty, Patrick Kearns, Matthew Kennaird, William McCormick, Thomas MacFarlane, Nicholas Poland, Thomas Richards, John Thompson, and William Wood, First Battalion, Regiment of Foot, (The Royal Scots): Privates Owen Buckingham, William Bumby, Thomas Clark, Samuel Halfpenny, Edward McGrath, William Scott, Thomas White, and John Wilkins, First Battalion, Eighth Regiment of Foot, (The Kings), killed in battle here, 25th July 1814.

[Right Side of Monument]:

In enduring memory of Corporals Benjamin Morris and Thomas Seville, and Private Robert Martin, Forty-First Regiment of Foot: Captain Robert Spunner, Lieutenant John Henry Latham, Sergeant Thomas Cutts, Privates Christopher Armstrong, Joseph Boulton, James Cain, Charles Cooke, Edward Corcoran, Joshua Corkin, Jeremiah Denchy, John Donovan, Hugh Gorman, John Griffin, John Halloran, John Joyce, Thomas Lantry, Patrick Loughran, John Mathews, Jacob Miller, Thomas Orr, William Pacey, James Patterson, Patrick Quinn, William Rourke, Thomas Ryan, Timothy Sullivan, Thomas Telford, William Thompson, James Turner, Robert Wallace, Charles Wictam, Richard Wilmore, and William Wright, Second Battalion, Eighty-Ninth Regiment of Foot, killed in battle here 25th July, 1814.
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HM NumberHMXLU
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Year Placed1895
Placed ByCanadian Parliament and Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Saturday, September 20th, 2014 at 7:56pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17T E 654996 N 4772489
Decimal Degrees43.08928333, -79.09566667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 43° 5.357', W 79° 5.74'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds43° 5' 21.42" N, 79° 5' 44.40" W
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Area Code(s)201
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 6040-6080 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls ON 07305, CA
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