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The souls of those fifteen men who died on the battlefield of Chateaugay were members of the Chateaugay Platoon, commanded by Lieutenant Preserved-Fish MacAdam.


On 26 October 1813, a British force consisting of 1,630 regulars, volunteers, militia and Mohawk warriors repelled a large American force of about 2,600 regulars who were attempting to invade Lower Canada and ultimately attack Montreal.

The Battle of the Chateauguay in the autumn of 1813, by Henri Julien



Few homes were destroyed. A British canon fired on Chateaugay from 200 yards couldn’t seem to hit anything; if it wasn’t for a little luck. The homes were few and the streets were mud. At least the hotel was full.


Full of soldiers.