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Unidentified SoldiersKing’s Regiment

Research compiled by the Heritage Arts Legacy of Fort Erie

In 1932, while excavations were underway for a new house along the river road at Fort Erie, the remains of two men were found.  They were, after some difficulty, identified as an Officer in the King’s Regiment and a soldier from the US army, using buttons that had survived time.  It was decided that a memorial should be erected in honour of these two fallen soldiers.

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