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June 5th and 6th, 2004 - Stoney Creek

The Battle of Stoney Creek

On the weekend of June 4 to 6, the Incorporated Militia and Camfollowers participated in the Battle of Stoney Creek held at Battlefield House in Stoney Creek. It included a Regular camp, American Camp, Militia Camp, Native Encampment and Sutlers' Row.

The weekend consisted of two battle re-enactments on Saturday, one on Sunday, participation in community heritage parade and a memorial service for the crew of the Hamilton and the Scourge, 1812 American ships that sank near present day Stoney Creek.

We were able to muster 16 muskets, colour party, part of our drums as well as our Campfollowers to help with the weekend activities. We would again like to thank Sue Ramsey and the Battlefield House staff for another well organized Battle of Stoney Creek. To learn more about the original Battle of Stoney Creek, more information is available by clicking here.



Our Regimental Old Curmudgeon!

A new musket arrives!

Laying on of hands!

Shoulder Arms

Parade Formation

Back in camp!

Rear Rank

The Battle

The Battle

Campfollower Water Brigade

The Colours retreat

Our Regimental Surgeon's new coatee.

MRSC Saturday Dinner

The Battle

The Battle
















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