The 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot
This regiment was raised as the New Brunswick Fencibles in 1803 for local defence. It volunteered for general service in 1810 and was transferred onto the British Army establishment as the 104th Regiment of Foot. In 1812, the regiment undertook an epic winter march of 2,000 kilometres overland from New Brunswick to reinforce Upper and Lower Canada. Detachments fought at the battle of Sackets Harbor and in the Niagara Peninsula.