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FENIAN RAID 1866 CANADIAN CASUALTIES MASTER LIST
Killed in Action, Died of Wounds, Died of Disease Contracted

Modern Canada's first nine soldiers killed in action and the first thirty-one fatal casualties of the modern Canadian military.

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  NAME RANK UNIT CLASS/CAUSE DOD
1 McEachern (McEachren),  Malcolm Ensign 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
2 Smith, William Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
3 Defries, Mark Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
4 Alderson, Christopher Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
5 Tempest, Wm. Fairbanks Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
6 Mewburn, H. Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
7 McKenzie, Malcolm Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion killed in action 1866-06-02
8 Lackey, Francis Corporal 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion d. of wounds sustained 1866-06-05
9 Matheson, Hugh Sergeant 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion d. of wounds sustained 1866-06-11
10 Huston-Richey, John Captain 10th Royals disease contracted  
11 Cahill, James Private 13th Battalion, Volunteer Infantry disease contracted  
12 Morrison, James H. Private 13th Battalion, Volunteer Infantry disease contracted  
13 Laker, Daniel  Private 13th Battalion, Volunteer Infantry disease contracted  
14 Prudhomme, M Private Hochelaga Light Infantry disease contracted  
15 Charron, P. Private St. Therese Corps disease contracted  
16 Marchand, A.E. Private St. John's Troop of Cavalry disease contracted 1867-06-03
17 Cox, W.J. Corporal 1st Prince of Wales Volunteer Rifle Regiment disease contracted 1866
18 Thorburn, J. Sergeant 1st Prince of Wales Volunteer Rifle Regiment disease contracted 1866
19 Worthington, P.T. Captain Windsor Provisional Battalion inflammation of lungs 1867-12-31
20 Elliott, J.H Corporal Sarnia Provisional Battalion typhoid 1866-05-23
21 Prentice, George Captain Columbus Infantry Company disease contracted 1867-08-05
22 McQuaid, A Drummer 1st Prince of Wales Volunteer Rifle Regiment disease contracted 1866
23 Reed, Arthur Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion disease contracted 1867-02
24 Dufflin, W. Private 20th Battalion, Volunteer Infantry typhoid 1866-05-23
25 Mott, Jacob Private Royal Light Infantry death accelerated  
26 Cousins, Andrew Private Argenteuil Rangers disease contracted  
27 Lockie, Thomas E. Private 2nd Queen's Own Volunteer Rifles Battalion disease contracted  
28 Jones, Jackson Private 35th Battalion, Volunteer Infantry tuberculosis   
29 O'Brian, William Sergeant 29th Battalion, Volunteer Infantry tuberculosis  
30 Piper, Charles Private Sarnia Frontier Battalion disease contracted  
31 Macdonald, Bartholomew Private Thorold Volunteer Company killed by friendly fire  
32 Carrington, (William ?) Corporal 47th Regiment of Foot, Lancashire, British Army heat stroke 1866-06-02

Source:  Adjutant General's Office Letters Received 1866-1867, Applications for Compensation for Injuries, Wounds, etc, suffered during Fenian Raids, RG9 IC5 Vol 30 - 31,  Library and Archives of Canada (LAC), Ottawa.

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