CHARLOTTE COUNTY MILITIA 1805

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From the Royal Gazette (Saint John, N. B.), 13 March 1805.
(Found with the assistance of People, Places and Things in New Brunswick: An Index to the Royal Gazette. Vol. 1 (1784-1809), by B. J. Grant, Fredericton, 1990)
The newspaper used the old style of an f-like character in place of "s". The alphabetical list of names with modern characters has been added by the transcriber for convenience.
Name Index
Campbell, John
Clindennen, Andrew
Doyle
Farrell, Thomas
Frankland, William, Esq.
Goss, John
Hailes, H. W.
Handy
Hawkins, William W.
Ingles, John, Gent.
Justason, Isaac
Leaman, Daniel
MacKay, Alexander
MacKay, Hugh
McMaster
Moore
Morrison, Niel
Ross
Taylor
Thomson
Wooster, Oliver
Wyer, Thomas
Young, Charles M., Esq.
Young, Jacob
HEAD-QUARTERS,
FREDERICTON, 26th. Feb. 1805.

Milita General Orders.

    The Commander in Chief has been pleafed to make
the following Appointments and Promotions.

Regiment of Charlotte County.


Capt. Thomas Farrell, to be Major,
    vice Taylor, left the Province.
1ft Jan. 1805.
To be Captains of Companies.
Charles M. Young, Efq. vice Far-
    rell, promoted.
Lieut. Ifaac Juftafon,
William Frankland, Efq.
do.

2d. do.
3d. do.

To be Lieutenants.
Enfign Alexander Mac Kay, of the
    late SUTHERLAND Militia, vice
    Doyle, deceafed.
Adjutant John Campbell, vice Juf-
    tafon, promoted.
Enfign Jacob Young, vice Moore,
    deceafed.
Enfign Thomas Wyer, vice Thom-
    fon, deceafed.
John Ingles, Gent.

1ft Jan. 1805.

2d. do.

3d. do.

4th. do.

5th. do.

To be Ensigns.
Daniel Leaman, vice McMafter, left
    the Province.
William W. Hawkins,
John Gofs, vice Handy, removed.
Andrew Clindennen, vice Young,
    promoted.
Oliver Woofter, vice Rofs, refigned.
Niel Morrifon, vice Wyer, promoted.
1ft Jan. 1805.

2d. do.
3d. do.
4th. do.

5th. do.
6th. do.

H. W. HAILES, 
Adjutant-General.
Colonel HUGH MACKAY, com-
    manding the Regiment of Char-
    lotte County Militia.