Fonds P270 - Lorne Waid Jr. fonds

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Lorne Waid Jr. fonds

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  • 2023 (Creation)

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80 born-digital photographs (JPEG files, 253.9 MB)

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The fonds contains primary source information on the history of the 79th Shefford Battalion. It consists of photographs taken by Lorne Waid Jr. in 2023 of the 79th Shefford Battalion’s Regimental and Queen’s colours, located in St. George’s Anglican Church in Granby.

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The photographs were donated by Lorne Waid Jr. in 2023.


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The 79th Shefford Battalion was formed on May 31st, 1872 in Waterloo Quebec. Colours were presented on July 1st, 1874 and laid up in St. George's Anglican Church in Granby on June 9th, 1916. The Battalion was re-designated the 79th Shefford Regiment on May 8th, 1900 and the 79th Shefford and Brome Regiment on May 1st, 1903 upon amalgamation with the 52nd Brome Regiment. The regiment was converted to cavalry on February 1st, 1904, becoming the 13th Scottish Light Dragoons.

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