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War of 1812

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In the fields and forests, on the lakes and rivers of North America, soldiers and sailors and aboriginal allies died defending the land that is now Canada.

While their names and the knowledge of their final resting places have been lost over the ages, their sacrifices are remembered by present generations of Canadians.

These pages are to honour those who gave their lives defending Canadian soil but whose names remain lost to memory and are not recorded

1812 - 1815

(Lerie, Beaver Dams, Stoney Creek, Sacket's HBR., Ft. George, Maumee, York, Queenston HTS., Detroit)

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