Saturday, October 20, 2018

War Of 1812 Veteran Thomas Brown's Widow's Probate


Illinois Probate Records, 1819-1988  Gallatin Probate records 1871-1875 vol D:



20 October 1873
James M. Brown, Exparte
Evidence In Relation To Elizabeth G. Brown
Elizabeth G. Brown, deceased
Widow of Thomas M. Brown, a soldier in the War of 1812
She was an invalid widow who lived with her son, James M. Brown
She died 6 January 1873, having a minor child




Saturday, October 6, 2018

Alex'r Cameron Of Niagara's War Of 1812 Claim


War of 1812: Board of Claims for Losses, 1813-1848, RG 19 E5A
Microform: t-1126 (Image 57)

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Alex'r Cameron
Niagara Township
Niagara District

Sunday, September 30, 2018

A Canadian's View Of General Henry Dearborn


Source


From The War of 1812: A History....,  By Gilbert Auchinleck:

"We have already shown that General Dearborn was (if we may so express it) his own master, and almost unfettered by instructions, during the entire autumn of 1812. He had ample time, with adequate means to prepare an army of five or six thousand strong, whom, if it had been only to keep them healthy, it would have been better to put in motion. The English Generals had many greater difficulties to contend with, in defending Canada, than the Americans to conquer it."

General Henry Dearborn blog post