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Pro Patria 1812-1814

Pro Patria

Photos by contributor Colin Old - Posted October, 2013

Pro Patria

Plaque Location

The County of Frontenac
The City of Kingston
At the entrance to Fort Henry at the turn off from Road 2


Coordinates: N 44 14.206 W 76 27.887

Map

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Plaque Text

In memory of the officers and seamen of the Royal Navy and Provincial Marine, and of the officers and soldiers of the Royal Marines, Royal Newfoundland, King's (8th) and 100th Regiments, who served on Lake Ontario in defence of Canada in 1812-1814.







Other plaques at this location
Fort Henry
Fort Henry

More
War of 1812




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