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Photo Gallery - Keith Lindsey / Sir John Johnson 1812 Plaque Dedication - 2016

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A view of the burial vault general area. The original vault stood on the outline of stones in front of the rebuilt vault. Photo by Keith Lindsey
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The rebuilt burial vault is in the rear. The original vault stood on the outline of stones in front and contained two rooms. Photo by Keith Lindsey
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The heavy metal door and chamber of the rebuilt burial vault. Photo by Keith Lindsey
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Commemorative header plaque above the entrance to the burial vault. Photo by Keith Lindsey
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Two urns rest in the rebuilt burial vault. On the right is the urn for Sir John Johnson and his wife Lady Mary Watts Johnson. The urn on the left contains the remains of the other five family members from the original vault. Photo by Keith Lindsey
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A closer view of the size and location of the original burial vault foundation with its two rooms. Photo by Keith Lindsey
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The colour party. Major Dave Moore, colour bearers Colour Sergeant Charles Baker and Sergeant Keith Lindsey, and escort the the colours Canadian Voltigeur Albert Smith. Photo by Mardi MacFarlane
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Major Moore of the Canadian Fencibles unveiling the plaque recognizing the service of Sir John Johnson during the War of 1812-1814. Photo by Mardi MacFarlane
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A close-up of the plaque unveiled on Thursday, 23 June 2016. Photo by Mardi MacFarlane
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Calendar of Events
November 11-11 2017
Regimental Dinner
November 11-11 2017
Service of Remembrance at Crysler Farm Park, 9:00 am

 

 

 
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