This application is sponsored by the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia.
Major General Sir John Harvey had a long and distinguished career both as a soldier and as a colonial administrator. In addition to serving during the Napoleonic Wars, including the War of 1812 in North America, he was also the Lieutenant Governor of the four Atlantic Provinces.
This application is sponsored by the City of Fredericton, New Brunswick
James A. MacLauchlan was a leading figure in the early history of the Upper St. John River. As both a government official and a militia officer, he helped to shape the outcome of the boundary dispute between Great Britain and the United States. To quote W. Austin Squires,
“He was one of the best known men in the upper valley.”
This application is sponsored by the City of Fredericton, New Brunswick.
George Shore was born in England in 1787. He was commissioned as an Ensign in His Majesty’s New Brunswick Regiment of FencibleInfantry on 9 July 1803. His promotion to Lieutenant was effective 25 March 1804 and he was made Captain on 23 August 1810. With the retirement of Captain Duguald Campbell that year, he took command of the Light Company which he retained until the regiment was disbanded in 1817. In 1810, his regiment was elevated to the line as the 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot.