Historical record of The Fourth, or, The King"s Own Regiment of Foot containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1680, and of its subsequent services to 1839 by Richard Cannon

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SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 48386, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 48386
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WW1 Service Records   Historical books online. Historical record of the Fourth, or the King’s Own Regiment of Foot: containing an account of the formation of the regiment inand of its subsequent services to Google Books Indian Service commences page in Raising of the Regiment A second regiment of foot was raised for the defence of Tangier on 13th Julyunder the Colonelship of the Earl of Plymouth.

The first regiment later became the 2nd Queen's Royal Regiment of Foot and the second regiment later became the 4th King's Own. This site supports the 4th (Kings Own) Regiment of Foot recreation group.

Founded in as a project for members of the Sealed Knot to participate in the th Anniversary Battle of Waterloo.

In Juneit took the field, along with it's US 4th groups, mustering 50 muskets, two Sergeants, one Quartermaster Sergeant and an Officer. The largest single Redcoat unit has decided to. Buy Historical Record of the Fourth, or the King's Own Regiment of Foot: Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment inand of Its Subsequent Services to (Classic Reprint) by Cannon, Richard (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Kindly loaned to the project by Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies. This is the public page for the 4th (Kings Own) Regiment of Foot recreation group.

Founded in as a project for members of the Sealed Knot to The 4th (King's Own) Regt. of Foot The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 4: 4th (The King's Own) Regiment of Foot – 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot – Raised 13 Julyas the 2nd Tangier Regiment.

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Regimental Titles. The King's Own Royal Regiment was raised in as the 2nd Tangier Regiment with soldiers recruited in London and the West Country.

Over the years the regiment as been known by many different names. 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot The King's. Record of the services of British Regiments.

The Fourth (The King's Own) Regiment of Foot. The Naval and Military Magazine Vol IV No VIII pageDecember London TNA:WO / Stations of Regiments – Boileau, J.

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Historical Record of the Thirty-fourth, Or the Cumberland Regiment of Foot:a royal warrant was issued in which the King's or first colour of the regiment was directed to be the Great Union, the second colour to be of bright yellow silk, with the Union in the upper canton, and in the centre of the colour the rank of the regiment in.

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Thomas Carter. Mitchell, - pages. 0 Reviews. Historical record of the Forty-fourth, or the East Essex regiment of foot: Author: Thomas Carter: Compiled by: Thomas. Historical Record of the Eighty-Second Regiment, 4th (The King's Own) Regiment of Foot – 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot – [24] in the Cloathing Book ofwhich illustrated the patterns of uniforms worn by the King's forces, the regiments of foot are designated simply by numbers.

[2] Numbering. 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot Formed as 2nd Tangier Regiment in and designated the Duchess of York and Albany's Regiment [], then Queen's Marines [], King's Own Regiment [] and finally the 4th Regiment in In the 2nd Battalion became the 62nd Regiment.

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4th King's Own Regiment of Foot 1/4th King's Own was in Lambert's Brigade and been hurriedly returned from the United States where the Battalion had taken part in the War of - there the 4th suffered the loss of half its number at the Battle of New Orleans.

Historical Record of the 3rd or King's Own Regiment of Light Dragoons. Illustrated with plates. By George E. Kountze, Captain, half-pay, late 3rd Light Dragoons. [London: B. Cousins.] Historical Records of the 3rd, or Kings Own Light Dragoons.

[Glasgow. - UK Based Napoleonic Reenactment Group modelled on the British Army 4th Foot Regiment of See more ideas about British army, Regiment, Army pins. History [edit | edit source]. The regiment's earliest forebears were the 4th, or Kings Own Regiment of Foot, formed 13 July as the 2nd Tangier Regiment, also known as 'Charles Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot for Tangiers', being the fourth regiment of foot in seniority in the British Army.

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King's American Regiment of Foot. KING'S AMERICAN REGIMENT OF FOOT. This Provincial regiment was raised by Edmund Fanning, a protégé of Governor William Tryon, in Westchester County and on Long Island, New York, beginning in December With other elements of the New York garrison, it took part in Sir Henry Clinton's expedition up the Hudson in early Octobercapturing.

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Later ranked as the 60th Regiment of Foot, the regiment served for more than years throughout the British Empire. The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) [4th Foot] The Fourth Battalion, The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) and the Great War Nominal rolls, roll of officers and other ranks killed, died of wounds, wounded, missing and prisoners of war; list of honours and awards with citations for the VCs.

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4th. The regiment was raised on Jas the 2nd Tangier, or Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot. It saw service for nearly three centuries.

Inafter various name changes, the regiment was titled 4th (King's Own) Regiment of Foot. The regiment retained this title until the Childers Reforms of The regiment's first battle honour was gained at Namur () during the War of the.

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