Regimental Records: In the case of the Guards and Cavalry, they are reported separately in the "Distribution of Troops" returns in the National Archives.
Cavalry in Upper and Lower Canada included:
1st Dragoon Guards 1839-43 (Ontario and Quebec)
7th Hussars 1838-43 (Quebec)
13th Hussars 1866-69 (Ontario and Quebec)
19th Light Dragoons 1813-16 (Ontario and Quebec)
1st (King's) Dragoon Guards Soldiers'
1838 - 1844
In July 1838, two compaines of King's Dragoon Guards and one company of Royal Artillery left Lower Canada for Niagara.
6th Dragoon Soldiers'
1861 - 1863
The 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars Soldiers'
1838 - 1842
The regiment was employed in Canada during the insurrection of 1838-39.
The 13th Hussars Soldiers'
1866 - 1869
The regiment was sent to Canada at the time of the Trent difficulty, and served there for nearly two years.
19th Dragoons Soldiers'
1811 - 1824
This regiment later became The 19th (Princess of Wales's Own) Hussars and holds a battle honour for Niagara. In 1813-14 two squadrons, which had been sent out to America, saw some very rough service on the Niagara Frontier. The regiment named The 19th Lancers was disbanded in 1821.
21st Dragoons Soldiers'
1846 - 1850
24th Dragoons Soldiers'
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