19th Regiment of LIght Dragoons- War of 1812

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Relics of the War of 1812- A 19TH LIGHT DRAGOON OFFICER'S LIGHT CAVALRY SABRE. THE 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS SERVED IN INDIA RECEIVING THE BATTLE HONOR OF ASSAYE AS WELL AS THE ELEPHANT IN 1803. THIS SABRE IS A KNOWN EXAMPLE THAT OFFICER'S IN THE 19TH CARRIED AS A FIGHTING SWORD. THIS SABRE WOULD HAVE BEEN CARRIED BY AN OFFICER OF THE 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS BETWEEN 1803 AND 1815 WHEN THE UNIT WAS CHANGED TO LANCER'S.

Relics of the War of 1812- A 19TH LIGHT DRAGOON OFFICER'S LIGHT CAVALRY SABRE. THE 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS SERVED IN INDIA RECEIVING THE BATTLE HONOR OF ASSAYE AS WELL AS THE ELEPHANT IN 1803. THIS SABRE IS A KNOWN EXAMPLE THAT OFFICER'S IN THE 19TH CARRIED AS A FIGHTING SWORD. THIS SABRE WOULD HAVE BEEN CARRIED BY AN OFFICER OF THE 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS BETWEEN 1803 AND 1815 WHEN THE UNIT WAS CHANGED TO LANCER'S.

Relics of the War of 1812- A 19TH LIGHT DRAGOON OFFICER'S LIGHT CAVALRY SABRE. THIS STYLE OF SWORD WAS A PERSONAL PREFERENCE FOR MANY OFFICER'S WHO SERVED IN INDIA. IT HAS A HIGHLY CURVED, FLAT, UNFULLERED BLADE. THE DOUBLE EDGE POINTED BLADE IS ETCHED ON BOTH SIDES WITH AN ELEPHANT SURMOUNTED WITH A CROWN , ASSAYE AND XIX. THE GRIP IS ADORNED WITH FISH SKIN.

Relics of the War of 1812- A 19TH LIGHT DRAGOON OFFICER'S LIGHT CAVALRY SABRE. THIS STYLE OF SWORD WAS A PERSONAL PREFERENCE FOR MANY OFFICER'S WHO SERVED IN INDIA. IT HAS A HIGHLY CURVED, FLAT, UNFULLERED BLADE. THE DOUBLE EDGE POINTED BLADE IS ETCHED ON BOTH SIDES WITH AN ELEPHANT SURMOUNTED WITH A CROWN , ASSAYE AND XIX. THE GRIP IS ADORNED WITH FISH SKIN.

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS PAGET CARBINE-          19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS MARK ( XIX - L-D) ON THE BUTTPLATE TANG

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS PAGET CARBINE- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS MARK ( XIX - L-D) ON THE BUTTPLATE TANG

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS PAGET CARBINE

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS PAGET CARBINE

Relics of the War of 1812- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS OFFICER'S SABRE AND BUTTONS

Relics of the War of 1812- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS OFFICER'S SABRE AND BUTTONS

A Paget Carbine was found by an amateur SCUBA diver in the Isle aux Noix area.

A Paget Carbine was found by an amateur SCUBA diver in the Isle aux Noix area.

19th Light Dragoons Baker Rifle (Parks Canada: X.72.3.1) This artefact is a cavalry version of the British infantry rifle developed by gunsmith Ezekiel Baker in 1800. The 19th Light Dragoons were the only British regular cavalry regiment to serve in Upper Canada during the War of 1812. William Hamilton Merritt, of the Provincial Light Dragoons, gives an account of a trooper of the 19th shooting a fleeing traitor, at night, across a farmer’s field in Louth Township in Niagara.

19th Light Dragoons Baker Rifle (Parks Canada: X.72.3.1) This artefact is a cavalry version of the British infantry rifle developed by gunsmith Ezekiel Baker in 1800. The 19th Light Dragoons were the only British regular cavalry regiment to serve in Upper Canada during the War of 1812. William Hamilton Merritt, of the Provincial Light Dragoons, gives an account of a trooper of the 19th shooting a fleeing traitor, at night, across a farmer’s field in Louth Township in Niagara.

This pistol saw action in the War of 1812.  The pistol is regimentally marked to the 19th Light Dragoons B Troop rack 36.  They were originally organized as the 23rd Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1781 and were renumbered the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1786. They saw much action in North American during the War of 1812 mostly on the Canadian border and upstate New York. They recaptured Ft. George , destroyed the cities of Black Rock and Buffalo, Fought at the Battles of Chippawa…

This pistol saw action in the War of 1812. The pistol is regimentally marked to the 19th Light Dragoons B Troop rack 36. They were originally organized as the 23rd Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1781 and were renumbered the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1786. They saw much action in North American during the War of 1812 mostly on the Canadian border and upstate New York. They recaptured Ft. George , destroyed the cities of Black Rock and Buffalo, Fought at the Battles of Chippawa…

This pistol saw action in the War of 1812.  The pistol is regimentally marked to the 19th Light Dragoons B Troop rack 36.  They were originally organized as the 23rd Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1781 and were renumbered the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1786. They saw much action in North American during the War of 1812 mostly on the Canadian border and upstate New York. They recaptured Ft. George , destroyed the cities of Black Rock and Buffalo, Fought at the Battles of Chippawa…

This pistol saw action in the War of 1812. The pistol is regimentally marked to the 19th Light Dragoons B Troop rack 36. They were originally organized as the 23rd Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1781 and were renumbered the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1786. They saw much action in North American during the War of 1812 mostly on the Canadian border and upstate New York. They recaptured Ft. George , destroyed the cities of Black Rock and Buffalo, Fought at the Battles of Chippawa…

19th Regiment of LIght Dragoons- War of 1812: INSCRIPTION: (scabbard/fourreau): F + 14; Jas Woolley Brimm; (blade/lame): BATE; (hilt/poignée): XIX/LD/A/39 PATTERN NAME: BRITISH LIGHT CAVALRY PAT 1796   UNIT: 19th Light Dragoons Regiment MEASUREMENTS: Height 2.8 cm, Length 92.0 cm, Width 13.2 cm Canadian War Museum

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Helmet: 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- before 1814.

Helmet: 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- before 1814.

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

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19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

19th Light Dragoon Trooper, 1814. The "New Pattern" uniform consisted of a black felt shako with a band of worsted lace in the regimental lace colour edging the top, a black wheel edged in the lace colour in front, white over red plume, yellow cords and tassels, and brass chinscales. Blue coatee with collar, cuffs, lapels, turnbacks and piping at the back seams and sleeves of the regimental lace colour. (Image: historicaltwiststore.com)

gauche- Soldat: Les Voltigeurs Canadiens droite- 19e Regiment de Dragons Légers

gauche- Soldat: Les Voltigeurs Canadiens droite- 19e Regiment de Dragons Légers

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, front view.  (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, front view. (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, back view.  (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, back view. (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

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19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- 1814

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19th  Regiment of Light Dragoons- July 4, 1814 at Street's Creek a mile or so south of the Chippawa River, Upper Canada.

19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- July 4, 1814 at Street's Creek a mile or so south of the Chippawa River, Upper Canada.

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Portrait of an officer of the 19th Light Dragoons standing in a landscape by HENRY EDRIDGE (BRITISH, 1769 - 1821).

Portrait of an officer of the 19th Light Dragoons standing in a landscape by Henry Edridge

Portrait of an officer of the 19th Light Dragoons standing in a landscape by Henry Edridge in Fawley House Sale on October 14, 2003 at the null null sale LO3504, lot 477

19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- (Fort Niagara) 1814. From left to right: officer, parade dress, 1813; private, 1813; sergeant, service dress, 1814-16; officer, service dress, 1814-16. Three squadrons of the 19th Light Dragoons served in the Canadas from  May 1813 to August 1816. It is recorded that the new clothing of the 19th was shipped from Britain to Canada in the spring of 1813 for issue on 25 December 1813, as per regulations.  Image- Company of Military Historians

Charge of Lieutenant William Horton's troop of  19th Light Dragoons- July 4, 1814 at Street's Creek a mile or so south of the Chippawa River, Upper Canada. From: Osprey's Niagara 1814- The Final Invasion by Jon Latimer. Artist- Graham Turner- 2009

Charge of Lieutenant William Horton's troop of 19th Light Dragoons- July 4, 1814 at Street's Creek a mile or so south of the Chippawa River, Upper Canada. From: Osprey's Niagara 1814- The Final Invasion by Jon Latimer. Artist- Graham Turner- 2009

19th Regiment of Light Dragoons

19th Regiment of Light Dragoons

L'uniforme du 19th light dragoons jusqu'a 1814

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Three squadrons of the 19th Light Dragoons served in the Canadas from May 1813 to August 1816. The 19th's "New Pattern" uniform of 1812 was worn in 1814.

Three squadrons of the 19th Light Dragoons served in the Canadas from May 1813 to August 1816. The 19th's "New Pattern" uniform of 1812 was worn in 1814.

Trooper, Canadian Light Dragoons, 1813  Three troops of Canadian Light Dragoons were authorized to recruit in the Montreal region in January 1813. They wore simple blue jackets. Similarly uniformed were Merritt's troop of dragoons, which served in Upper Canada during 1813 and 1814. Reconstruction by Gerald A. Embleton.

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British Dragoon Battle of Fort George. In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Corporals had two white chevrons on yellow backing.

Dragoon corporal

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XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

Stoney Creek - Sergeant, XIX Light Dragoons. The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Stoney Creek

XIX Light Dragoons

Stoney Creek - XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Stoney Creek

XIX Light Dragoons

Crysler's Farm - Officer, XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Crysler's Farm

XIX Light Dragoons

Fort St. Jean (Québec) - XIX Light Dragoons (New Pattern uniform) The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Fort St. Jean

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XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

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The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons (New Pattern uniform). The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons (New Pattern uniform) - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons - Home

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

Siege of Fort Erie- XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Siege of Fort Erie- XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

19th Regiment of Light Dragoons- The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

19 th Regiment of Light Dragoons-COURTESY OF DAN WILLIAMS. Corporal- "Old pattern uniform worn until 1814-   Three squadrons arrived in Canada in May 1813. In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

19 th Regiment of Light Dragoons-COURTESY OF DAN WILLIAMS. Corporal- "Old pattern uniform worn until 1814- Three squadrons arrived in Canada in May 1813. In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

British Dragoon Battle of Fort George. In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Corporals had two white chevrons on yellow backing.

Dragoon corporal

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British Dragoon Battle of Fort George. In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets.

British dragoon officer

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In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, back view.  (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, back view. (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, back view.  (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

In 1813, the 19th still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Replica uniform of the British 19th Light Dragoons, circa 1812, back view. (Fort York, Toronto). Before 1812, the regulation Light Dragoon uniform consisted of a leather, bearskin-crested, "Tarleton" helmet and a blue jacket heavily braided with hussar-style cords.

Buttons and Plates

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS SILVER OFFICER'S BUTTON. Three squadrons arrived in Canada in May 1813

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS SILVER OFFICER'S BUTTON. Three squadrons arrived in Canada in May 1813

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Relics of the War of 1812- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS BUTTON, BRASS ENLISTED MAN'S. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLOCKADE AND RE-CAPTURE OF FORT GEORGE, BLACK ROCK, BUFFALO, DELAYING BRIGADIER GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT'S BRIGADE DURING THE AMERICAN INVASION IN 1814. CHIPPAWA, LUNDY'S LANE, SIEGE OF FORT ERIE, PURSUED AMERICAN RAIDERS WHO HAD STRUCK AT MALCOLM'S MILL AND THE BATTLE OF PLATTSBURGH.

Relics of the War of 1812- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS BUTTON, BRASS ENLISTED MAN'S. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLOCKADE AND RE-CAPTURE OF FORT GEORGE, BLACK ROCK, BUFFALO, DELAYING BRIGADIER GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT'S BRIGADE DURING THE AMERICAN INVASION IN 1814. CHIPPAWA, LUNDY'S LANE, SIEGE OF FORT ERIE, PURSUED AMERICAN RAIDERS WHO HAD STRUCK AT MALCOLM'S MILL AND THE BATTLE OF PLATTSBURGH.

Relics of the War of 1812- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS BUTTON, BRASS ENLISTED MAN'S. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLOCKADE AND RE-CAPTURE OF FORT GEORGE, BLACK ROCK, BUFFALO, DELAYING BRIGADIER GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT'S BRIGADE DURING THE AMERICAN INVASION IN 1814. CHIPPAWA, LUNDY'S LANE, SIEGE OF FORT ERIE, PURSUED AMERICAN RAIDERS WHO HAD STRUCK AT MALCOLM'S MILL AND THE BATTLE OF PLATTSBURGH.

Relics of the War of 1812- 19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS BUTTON, BRASS ENLISTED MAN'S. MAIN ENGAGEMENTS: BLOCKADE AND RE-CAPTURE OF FORT GEORGE, BLACK ROCK, BUFFALO, DELAYING BRIGADIER GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT'S BRIGADE DURING THE AMERICAN INVASION IN 1814. CHIPPAWA, LUNDY'S LANE, SIEGE OF FORT ERIE, PURSUED AMERICAN RAIDERS WHO HAD STRUCK AT MALCOLM'S MILL AND THE BATTLE OF PLATTSBURGH.

An officer’s silver plated shoulder belt plate of The 19th Light Dragoons, of flat oval form, engraved with a breastplate and trophy of lances and standards, the latter bearing “GR” and “19 LD”, all within a vine leaf border, maker’s marks “BG” on the back, hook and 2 stud fastening, 2-3/8” x 1-7/8”. Good condition

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19th Light Dragoons Officers Button Late 18th century Early 19th This is a dug up one. Looks silver In nice condition

19th Light Dragoons Officers Button Late 18th century Early 19th This is a dug up one. Looks silver In nice condition

RARE WAR OF 1812 BRITISH 19th LIGHT DRAGOONS OFFICER'S BUTTON

RARE WAR OF 1812 BRITISH 19th LIGHT DRAGOONS OFFICER'S BUTTON

RARE WAR OF 1812 BRITISH 19th LIGHT DRAGOONS OFFICER'S BUTTON

RARE WAR OF 1812 BRITISH 19th LIGHT DRAGOONS OFFICER'S BUTTON

Guidons

King's guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons. Date	Published: 1899 Source: John Biddulph (1899). The Nineteenth and Their Times. London: John Murray. p. 172. Author: Not identified

King's guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons. Date Published: 1899 Source: John Biddulph (1899). The Nineteenth and Their Times. London: John Murray. p. 172. Author: Not identified

Squadron guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons

Squadron guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons

Squadron guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons

Squadron guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons

Squadron guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons

Squadron guidon of the 19th Light Dragoons

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS SILVER OFFICER'S BUTTON. Three squadrons arrived in Canada in May 1813

19TH LIGHT DRAGOONS SILVER OFFICER'S BUTTON. Three squadrons arrived in Canada in May 1813

British Dragoon Battle of Fort George. In 1813, the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons still had the old pattern uniform hussar-style uniform with Tarleton helmets. Corporals had two white chevrons on yellow backing.

Dragoon corporal

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XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

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Stoney Creek - Sergeant, XIX Light Dragoons. The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Stoney Creek

XIX Light Dragoons

Stoney Creek - XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Stoney Creek

XIX Light Dragoons

Crysler's Farm - Officer, XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Crysler's Farm

XIX Light Dragoons

Fort St. Jean (Québec) - XIX Light Dragoons (New Pattern uniform) The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

Fort St. Jean

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XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

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The XIX Light Dragoons

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The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons (New Pattern uniform). The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons (New Pattern uniform) - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons

XIX Light Dragoons - The first three squadrons of the 19th arrived at Québec in May 1813 and were mounted on horses procured in Lower Canada. Two squadrons went to the Niagara Peninsula, and were in many engagements until ordered to Montréal in the fall of 1814. The 19th's remaining two squadrons arrived in Québec in late November 1814 and the regiment served south of Montréal until sent back to Britain in August 1816.

The XIX Light Dragoons

The XIX Light Dragoons