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Régiment de Dillon

Maréchal Le Prince du Copé
General-en-Chef:  l'Armée de Terre Royale

(Garry Cope - Member Since 2000)

 

Order of Lafayette
Outstanding Service to the Army
January 2002

Outstanding Trainer Service Medal
25 or more New Member Trainings
June 2006

Battlefield Completion Medal
50 Completed Games
January 2002
July 4th Tournament
1st Annual - 2000
Participation July 4th Tournament
2nd Annual - 2001
Participation July 4th Tournament
3rd Annual - 2002
First Place Beer Room Brawl Tournament
2002
Laceration Patch With Iodine Tincture  (Loser of match) July 4th Tournament
4th Annual - 2003
Participation
Indian Uprising 2004 Le  Siskuhan Tournament
2005
Participation 1812 AAA Tourney
(2006/2007/2008)
7 Years War Tournament
2008
Participation
Conquest of a Continent Part I
French & Indian War Tournament
2012
Participation Conquest of a Continent Part II
The War of 1812 Tournament
2013
Participation SummerTournament
2013/2014
Participation
1776 1812 FIW MAW
1776 Campaign Medal
November 2001 War of 1812 Campaign Medal
 April 2002 F&I Campaign Medal
October 2005

Brandywine
August 2001

Bladensburg
August 2002

Fort William Henry
May 2003

Germantown
August 2001

Burlington Heights
February 2004

Fort Edward
 August 2003

First Saratoga
August 2001

Queenston Heights
July 2013

Fort Frontenac
August 2003

Bunker Hill
December 2002

Louisbourg
February 2004

Greensprings Farm
February 2004 Fort Oswego
February 2004
Long Island
April 2005 Montreal
October 2005

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Minor Wins

Draws

Minor Losses

 Major Losses

101

29

52

19

41

9,053 Pts

Updated
October 30, 2017

Detachments of the regiment were with D'Estaing's at Savannah (1779), 
and arrived at Yorktown (1781) with troops brought by De Grasse
from the West Indies. The commander, Count Arthur Dillon was wounded
at Gloucester, where the unit served along side the Lauzun Legion during the 
siege of Yorktown. The regiment was made up of Irish refugees and wore red coats.
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Régiment de Walsh

Corporal Stephen Gray

(Stephen Gray - Member Since 2014)


 

1776 1812 FIW

Major Wins

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00

00

00

00

20 Pts

Updated
December 31, 2014

Assigned to the West Indies. Shipped out with Admiral Comte d’Estaing and fought at the Battle of Savannah in 1779 taking considerable losses. From there it went back to the West Indies wresting islands from the British. In 1781 they were sent to deGrasse’s French fleet blockading the harbour to serve as shipboard marines during the siege of Yorktown.
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