PRO PATRIA In abiding memory of the officers and men of the" /> Ridgeway Battlefield Historical Plaque

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Ridgeway Battlefield

Ridgeway Battlefield

Photos by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted December, 2009

Ridgeway Battlefield

Photo from Google Street View ©2010 Google - Posted December, 2010

Plaque Location

The Region of Niagara
The Town of Fort Erie
On the north side of Garrison Road (Highway 3)
1.3 km east of Gorham Road (Road 116)

Coordinates: N 42 54.245 W 79 02.497


Plaque Text

PRO PATRIA In abiding memory of the officers and men of the Queen's Own Rifles, 13th Hamilton Battalion, Caledonia and York Rifle Companies of Haldimand who fought here in defence of their country against Fenian Raiders, on 2nd June, 1866.

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> Posted November 19, 2011
There are over 950 sites designated nationally historic across the country (and, separately, hundreds of persons and events). But only 167 of the sites are administered by Parks Canada as part of the national park system. Ridgeway Battlefield is one of them. -Wayne

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