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Régiment de la Sarre

Lieutenant Colonel Vicomte de Dawson

(Peter Dawson - Member Since 2005)

Meritorious Service Medal - 01/2010

1776

1812

FIW

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Minor Wins

Draws

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 Major Losses

09

00

10

04

19

493 Pts

Updated
July 31, 2017

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Régiment de Languedoc

Lieutenant Chevalier Andrew Moss

(Andrew Moss - Member Since 2014)

1776

1812

FIW

Bunker Hill - 10/2014

Plattsburg - 09/2015

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2

0

2

0

4

123 Pts

Updated
July 31, 2017


The regiment was formed on March 20, 1672, by the French King Louis XIV. The regiment was recruited in the Languedoc region of France. The regiment participated in most of the conflicts involving the Kingdom of France. It fought especially in New France during the Seven Years War.

The regiment arrived in Quebec City June 19, 1755. These soldiers left immediately for Fort Saint Frédéric, and on the orders of Dieskau, push back the British troops to Lake George. After the battle, the regiment was sent to Fort Carillon, then under construction. The regiment was then sent towards the south and participated in the Siege of Fort William Henry. On July 8, 1758, the second battalion participated at the Battle of Carillon. In May 1759, they went to Quebec City where they participated in the defense of the city. They took part at the battles of Montmorency, Plains of Abraham, and Sainte-Foy.

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