KRRNY

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KRRNYKing's Royal Regiment of New York
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Upon his arrival in 1776, he was commissioned to form the First Battalion of the King's Royal Regiment of New York.
Sir John Johnson had already begun the organization of the King's Royal Regiment of New York (61) and the bulk of Father McKenna's people joined this unit.
William Crawford is shown to have been in the Royal Rangers when the King's Royal Regiment of New York would be correct.
Her Loyal ancestor was the Reverend John Stuart, an ardent Loyalist who came to Canada in 1781 where he was appointed Chaplain to the 2nd Battalion of the King's Royal Regiment of New York.
Likewise, George Sills enlisted in the 2nd Battalion, King's Royal Regiment of New York on 28 July 1782.
This Committee helps to preserve the Loyalist Manor House built by Sir John Johnson, commander of the King's Royal Regiment of New York.
After a lot of research and help from various Loyalist descendants, they proved that they were descended from John Farlinger UE, who served as a drummer in the King's Royal Regiment of New York.
After a falling out with his commander, French transferred to the 2nd Battalion King's Royal Regiment of New York and was listed a 1st lieutenant on 18 Nov 1781.
At the time of the Battle of Saratoga, Henry Young UE was a Lieutenant in the King's Royal Regiment of New York.
He described it and explained that having the buttons grouped together in twos meant that it was the 2nd Battalion of the King's Royal Regiment of New York.
He spoke about eight members of the King's Royal Regiment of New York who settled in Eastern Ontario after the Revolution.