20 Sept 2015
23 Sept 1915
The Canadian Corps now boasts 1,354 Officers and
25 Sept 1915
Allies launch autumn offensive.
Goulbourn Settlement [surnames M, 1 of 3]
Malone, James Con. 10, Lot 25E 24 Apr 1822
99th Reg't b. Co. Monaghan
Maxwell, Joseph Con. 4, lot 26All 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b. ?
McAllier James Con. 6, Lot 22E 24 Oct 1822
99th Reg't b. Ballynamore, Co. Cavan
McCabe Thomas Con. 6, Lot 7W 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b. Co. Mayo
McCalla Robert Con. 3, Lot 5W 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b. Co. Down
McCarthy John Con. 4, Lot 12E 24 Oct 1821
103rd Reg't Sgt.
McCaslin Alexander Con. 10, Lot 24 E 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b. Dromore, Co. Tyrone
McDonald, Henry Con. 9, Lot 28W 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim
McEvoy James Con. 5, lot 5E 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b, Co. Kildare
McFadden William Con. 8, Lot 1W 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b, Farman, Co. Tyrone
McGarry James Con. 8, lot 20W 24 Oct 1821
99th Reg't b. Shankill, Co. Armagh
Continued next weekend!
RE 100th/99th Regiments.
The 100th was raised in Ireland in 1804 and sailed to
Canada in 1805. Fought in the war of 1812. Was renumbered
the 99th on 6th Feb 1816. REF. Barry Roberts 'For King and
Canada' page 171[the 95th was withdrawn from the
Reg'ts of the line and formed the Rifle Brigade. All higher
numbered regiments dropped down a number,
ie, the 100th to the 99th etc.]