Re: BUTLER'S RANGERS 1777-1784

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Posted by Jo on October 07, 1999 at 09:27:41:

In Reply to: BUTLER'S RANGERS 1777-1784 posted by Bill Smy on October 06, 1999 at 08:23:11:

: Those interested in Butler's Rangers should take a look at my web site at

: At the end of the Revolution, John Butler settled at Niagara where he died in May 1796. During the War of 1812 his home was destroyed, his personal papers lost, and the regimental colours of the Rangers looted, when the Americans burned the village of Niagara-on-the-Lake (for which, in part, the British burned Washington, DC). The site of his house lay unknown for almost 190 years, but was recently discovered. Parks Canada has conducted an archaelogical dig, which is almost complete. Artifacts from the site will go into local museums.

: Bill Smy
: St Catharines, Ontario


This is very interesting, Bill....thanks for the info. Please post again; and welcome to the board.


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