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Royal Regiment of Artillery- Capt. John Caddy Company in the Fourth Battalion.

Source: WO10/976 - 4th Battalion - Royal Regt. of Artillery Kew Gardens, London, England. MUSTER ROLL, JANUARY, 1813 Company Commanded by Captain John Caddy, in the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. January 1st, 1813 to January 31st, 1813. CAPTAIN: John Caddy 2ND CAPTAIN: Cyprean Bridge 1ST LIEUTENANT: 1. R.S. Armstrong, Kingston 2. George Charlton - Ft. George. SERJEANTS: 1. James Thom 2. Charles Mills - England 3. William Duncan - England. 4. William Therlkild - England CORPORALS 1. Henry Carrick 2. Josh. Moore - Towars 3. John Mathison 4. John Norrie - Sick. BOMBADIERS: 1. John Rattray - Reduced 18th Inst. 2. William Byrn - Montreal 3. George Cockburn - England 4. William Rea - England 5. Josh Ferth - England 6. Jas. Meadowcroft - England. 7. Robert Mather - England. 8. William Robertson - England. 9. Charles Studman - England. GUNNERS 1.Josh. Dorman 2. Thomas Clail 3. William Greenwood 4. James Elliott 5. John Alexander 6. Walter Keen 7. John Walker 8. Thomas Stark 9. John Weir 10. John Thorn 11. John Grant 12. George Moorhead - Sick 13. Robert Hunter 14. William Cannon - Sick 15. James Scott 16. Ebeneezer Davidson. 17. Thomas Bright 18. John Bently 19. Alexander Anderson 20. John Robinshaw - Guard 21. Samuel Brown 22. William Poirier - Guard 23. Robert Graham 24. James Doran 25. William Austin 26. George Green 27. George Bovvey 28. Alexander Louthood 29. Thomas Brown. 30. George Scott 31. Malcom Anderson Prisoner 32. James Chadwick 33. John Taylor 34. John Gibson - Guard 35. James Dane 36. Hugh McLair 37. David Pickles 38. Richard Boyle 39. James Wallace - Guard

40. Thomas Evens 41. William Owens 42. James Ecelshall 43. John Stagg - Guard 44. Richard Thorn 45. Samuel Webster 46. Peter McNee 47. Thos.Handsom 48. George Dawson 49. Thomas Hill - Sick 50. Abraham Bond 51. John Webster - Sick 52. George Shaw 53. John Williams - Guard 54. Enos Eastwood 55. John Swallow 56. Charles Normington - sick 57. Thomas Mason 58. Abraham Henchcliff 59. Charles Dixon 60. William Jackson 61. Samuel Green 62. John Skidmore 63. Robert Crossgray 64. Thomas Hepeth 65. Thomas Hollis - Guard 66. Robert Jammerson 67. William Buildon 68. Francis Buchanan 69. John Wagg - Guard 70. Daniel Grenville 71. Alexander Burnett 72. James Brown 73. Robert Fergus 74. John Russell 75. William Gay - Guard 76. John Howarth 77. John Fisher 78. Thomas Tolford 79. Henry McGinnes - Guard 80. James Cunliff - Guard 81. James Lunn 82. Rober Farquharson 83. William Henshaw 84. William Cruickshank - Guard 85. Max. Skinner 86. James Lindsay 87.James Ferguson 88. William Ravenscroft 89. William Young. 90. James Findlay 91. William Robinson 92. John Sebring 93. George Swettenham - England 94. Robert Lapslay - England. DRUMMERS l. John Walker 2. James Scott 3. Alexander McLaughlin Quebec, lst January 1813. Mustred then Capt. John Caddy's Company in the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Artillery Commanded by the Right Honorable Generla Lord Mulgrave Master General of the Ordnance being One Captain; one 2nd Captain, Two First Lieutenants; Four Serjeants; Four Corporals; Nine Bombadiers; Ninety-Four Gunners; Three Drummers for Thirty-One days from the lst to the 3lst January, 1813 inclusive. We hereby Certify for those present being in number Eighty-Three. Signed Charles Megee. Richard Flemming, Ordnance Storekeeper. ALTERATIONS Bombadier Josh. Moore of this Company, promoted to corporal on Capt. Holcroft's Coy. Vice-Patterson reduced. Gunner Robert Gerrard of Capt. Holcrofts Coy. promoted to Bombadier in this. Vice-Moore promotions took place llth Nov. 1812. Gunners WIlliam Scott, John Sutherton & Jonas Priest of this Company transferred

to Captain SInclair's, Dec.1, 1812. Bombadiers WIlliam Byrn's Suspension resulted Dec.8. Gunenr Wm.Parrey of this Company pensioned. lst Lieuts. James Frogo & T.D. Jones Corporal Josh. Atkins. Gunners John Clegg, Thomas Manners, William Jenkins, Iben. Shekleton Of this company Posted to Capt. Sinclair's lst Instant. Bombadier Robert Gerrard transferred to Capt. Holcrofts. lst Lieutenants: R.S. Armstrong & George Charlton Capt. Holcrofts - Capt. Sinclair's Posted to this Company lst Instant. **************************************************************************************************************** MUSTER ROLL - FEBRUARY 1813 The Company commanded by Captain John Caddy in the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Artillery CAPTAIN: John Caddy 2ND CAPTAIN: Courtenay Ilbert - Chambly 1ST LIEUTENANTS: R.S. Armstrong - Kingston 2. George Charlton - Fort George SERJEANTS: 1. James Thom 2. Charles Mills -England 3. William Duncan - England 4. William Thorlkild CORPORALS: 1. Henry Carrick 2. Joseph Moore - Towers 3. John Mathison 4. John Norrie BOMBADIERS: 1. Daniel S. Grenville - on Duty 2. Barnard McCann - Montreal. 3. George Cockburn - England. 4. William Rea - England 5. Joseph Ferth - England. 6. James Meadowcroft - England 7. Robert Mather - England. 8. Wm. Robertson - England 9. Chas. Studman - England. GUNNERS 1. Joseph Dorman 2. Thomas Clail 3. Wm. Greenwood 4. James Elliott - Guard 5. John Alexander 6. Walter Keen 7. John Walker 8. Thomas Stark 9. John Weir 10. John Thorn 11. John Grant 12. George Moorhead - Guard 13. Robert Hunter 14. Wm. Cannon - Sick 15. James Scott - From Bombadier 16. Ebenezer Davidson 17. Thomas Bright 18. John Bently 19. Alexander Anderson 20. John Robinshaw - To Sinclair's Coy. 21. Samuel Brown 22. William Piner 23. Robert Graham 24. James Doran 25. William Austin 26. George Boffey 27. Alexander Louthood 28. Thomas Brown 29. George Scott - Sick 30. Malcom Anderson 31. John Taylor - Guard 32. John Gibson 33. James Dane - Guard 34. Hugh McLair 35. David Pickles 36. James Wallace 37. Thomas Evens 38. William Owens

39. James Ecelshall - Guard 40. John Stagg 41. Richard Thorn 42. Samuel Webster 43. Peter McNee - Guard 44. Thomas Handsom 45. George Dawson 46. Thomas Hill - Sick 47. Abraham Bond 48. John Webster 49. George Shaw 50. John Williams 51. Enos Eastwood 52. John Swallow 53. Chas. Normington - To Sinclair's Coy. 54. Thomas Maston - Guard 55. Abraham Henchcliff 56. John Rattray 57. Charles Dixon 58. William Jackson 59. Samuel Green 60. John Skidmore 61. Robert Crossgray - To Sinclair's Coy. 62. Thomas Hepeth 63. Thomas Hollis 64. Robert Jammeson 65. William Baildon- Guard 66. Francis Buchanan 67. John Wagg - To Sinclair's Coy. 68. Alex. Burnett - To Sinclair's Coy. 69. James Brown 70. Robert Ferguson - To Sinclair's Coy. 71. John Russell - 72. William Gay - Sick 73. John Howarth 74. John Fisher 75. Thomas Tolford 76. Henry McGinnes 77. James Cunliff 78. James Lunn - Guard 79. Robert Farquharson - To Sinclairs Coy. 80. Wm. Henshaw 81. William Chrickshank 82. Max. Skinner - Guard. 83. James Lindsay 84. James Ferguson 85. William Ravenscroft - Guard 86. William Young - Guard 87 James Findlay 88. WIlliam Robinson - Died 22nd Instant. 89. John Sebring - Guard. 90. James Chadwick - On Passage to Montreal to Sinclair's Coy. 91. George Green - On Passage to Montreal - To Sinclair's Coy. 92. Richard Boyle - On Passage to Montreal - To Sinclair's Coy. 93. George Sweetenham 94. Robert Lapslay DRUMMERS: 1.John Walker 2. James Scott 3. Alexander McLaughlin. Quebec, February lst, 1813 Mustered then Captain John Caddy's Company in the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Artillery Commanded by the Right Honorable General Lord Mulgrave, Master General of the Ordnance, being one Captain; one 2nd Captain; Two First Lieutenants; Four Corporals; Nine Bombadiers; Ninety-Four Gunners & Three Drummers for 28 Days from the lst to the 28th February, 1813 inclusive. We do hereby Certify for those present being in number 79. Charles Magee. Richard Fleming - Ordnance Storekeeper. ALTERATIONS 2nd Captain Courtenany Ilbert to Capt. Holcroft's Company - Posted to this. Vice 2nd Capt. Bridge to Capt. Holcroft's Coy. lst Instant; Gunner Daniel S. Grenville of this Company Promoted to Bombadier in the same. Vice J. Rattray reduced 18th Jan. 1813. Gunner Barnard McCann of Capt. Sinclari's Company promoted to Bombadier in Capt. Holcroft's - 27 ultimo & posted to this Company.

Vice-Bombadier Byrn to Captain Sinclair's Coy. lst Instant. ******************************************************************************************************** MUSTER ROLL - MARCH, 1813 The Company commanded by Captain John Caddy's Company of the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. CAPTAIN: John Caddy 2ND CAPTAIN: Courtney Ilbert - Chambly 1ST LIEUTENANTS: 1. R.S. Amstrong - Fort Erie. 2. George Charlton - Fort George. SERJEANTS: 1. James Thorn 2. Charles Mills 3. William Duncan - England. 4. William Thorlkild - England. CORPORALS 1. Henry Carrick 2. Joseph Moore 3. John Mathison 4. John Norrie BOMBADIERS: 1. Daniel S. Grenville - Duty. 2. Barnard McCann - Montreal. 3. George Cockburn - England. 4. William Rea - England. 5. Joseph Forth - England. 6. James Meadowcroft -England 7. Robert Mather - England 8. William Robertson - England. 9. Charles Studman - England. GUNNERS: 1. Joseph Dorman 2. Thomas Clail 3. William Greenwood 4. James