Volume 3, Part 2: Infantry Regiments

THE LORNE SCOTS (PEEL, DUFFERIN AND HALTON REGIMENT)

The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) Badge

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Colonel-in-Chief: His Royal Highness Prince Edward The Duke of Kent KG GCMG GCVO CD ADC

BADGE

Description

Issuant from a torse Argent and Azure a demi-lion Or gorged with a collar Azure charged with a frieze of bezants, holding between its paws a shuttle Argent, all ensigned by the Royal Crown proper and within a wreath of maple leaves Argent and thistles proper, issuant from two scrolls Sable inscribed AIR SON AR DUTHCHAIS and THE LORNE SCOTS (PEEL, DUFFERIN AND HALTON REGT) in letters Argent.

Symbolism

The maple leaves represent service to Canada, and the Crown, service to the Sovereign. The wreath of thistles (the national flower of Scotland) is a common device among badges of highland infantry. The lion and shuttle crest was approved as a badge for The Peel Regiment by Sir William Robert Wellesley Peel, 2nd Viscount Peel, whose grandfather was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom when Peel County was organized. "THE LORNE SCOTS" and "(PEEL, DUFFERIN AND HALTON REGT)" are a form of the regimental title and "AIR SON AR DUTHCHAIS" is the motto of the regiment.

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MOTTO

AIR SON AR DUTHCHAIS (For our heritage)

MARCHES

"The Campbells are Coming" and "John Peel"

ALLIANCE

British Army

The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

BATTLE HONOURS

The First World War

YPRES, 1915, '17; FESTUBERT, 1915; MOUNT SORREL; SOMME, 1916; ARRAS, 1917, '18; HILL 70; AMIENS; HINDENBURG LINE; PURSUIT TO MONS.

The Second World War

SICILY, 1943; ITALY, 1943-1945; NORTH-WEST EUROPE 1944- 1945.

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LINEAGE

This Reserve Force regiment originated on 14 September 1866 and incorporates the following regiments.

The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) originated in Brampton, Ontario on 14 September 1866, when the '36th "Peel Battalion of Infantry"' was authorized to be formed.1 It was redesignated: '36th Peel Regiment' on 8 May 1900;2 'The Peel Regiment' on 1 May 1920;3 and 'The Peel and Dufferin Regiment' on 15 April 1923.4 On 15 December 1936, it was amalgamated with 'The Lorne Rifles (Scottish)' (see below) and redesignated 'The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)'.5 It was redesignated '2nd (Reserve) Battalion, The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)' on 7 November 1940;6 and 'The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)' on 21 February 1947.7

Notes:

Upon redesignation as The Peel Regiment on 1 May 1920 (see above), it was organized as a four battalion regiment with the 1st Battalion (20th Battalion, CEF) on the Non Permanent Active Militia order of battle, and the 2nd Battalion (74th Battalion, CEF), 3rd Battalion (126th Battalion, CEF) and 4th Battalion (234th Battalion, CEF) on the Reserve order of battle.

On 15 January 1921, the 1st Battalion (20th Battalion, CEF) was redesignated the 1st Battalion (GO 18/21). On 1 March 1921 the regiment was reorganized as a three battalion regiment with the 1st Battalion (74th Battalion, CEF) on the Non Permanent Active Militia order of battle, and the 2nd Battalion (126th Battalion, CEF) and 3rd Battalion (234th Battalion, CEF) on the Reserve order of battle (GO 65/21). The reserve units were disbanded on 14 December 1936 (GO 3/37).

The Peel Regiment was disbanded for the purpose of reorganization on 1 March 1921 and reorganized the same day (GO 118/21). This change was administrative and does not affect the lineage of the regiment.

The Peel and Dufferin Regiment was disbanded for the purpose of amalgamation on 14 December 1936 and reorganized the next day (GO 179/36). This change was administrative and does not affect the lineage of the regiment.

The Lorne Rifles (Scottish) originated in Milton, Ontario on 28 September 1866, when the '20th "Halton Battalion of Infantry"' was authorized to be formed.8 It was redesignated: '20th "Halton" Battalion of Rifles' on 12 January 1872;9 '20th Halton Battalion "Lorne Rifles" on 11 November 1881;10 '20th Halton Regiment "Lorne Rifles"' on 8 May 1900;11 '20th Regiment, Halton Rifles' on 1 December 1909;12 'The Halton Rifles' on 1 May 1920;13 and 'The Lorne Rifles (Scottish)' on 1 November 1931.14 On 15 December 1936, it was amalgamated with 'The Peel and Dufferin Regiment', as above.

Notes:

No lineal connection with 'The 20th Battalion Volunteer Militia (Infantry), Canada' of 1863 to 1866.

Upon redesignation as The Halton Rifles on 1 May 1920 (see above), it was organized as a three battalion regiment with the 1st Battalion (37th Battalion, CEF) on the Non Permanent Active Militia order of battle, and the 2nd Battalion (76th Battalion, CEF) and 3rd Battalion (164th Battalion, CEF) on the Reserve order of battle. The reserve units were disbanded on 14 December 1936 (GO 3/37).

The Halton Rifles were disbanded for the purpose of reorganization on 1 December 1920 and reorganized the same day (GO 18/21). This change was administrative and does not affect the lineage of the regiment.

The Lorne Rifles (Scottish) was disbanded for the purpose of amalgamation on 14 December 1936 and reorganized the next day (GO 179/36). This change was administrative and does not affect the lineage of the regiment.

Perpetuations

'37th', '74th', '76th', '126th', '164th' and '234th "Overseas" Battalion(s), CEF'

Headquarters Location

Brampton, Ontario

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OPERATIONAL HISTORY

The First World War

The 37th Battalion, which was authorized on 7 November 1914 as the '37th Battalion, CEF',15 embarked for Great Britain on 27 November 1915.16 It provided reinforcements to the Canadian Corps in the field until 9 July 1916, when its personnel were absorbed by the '39th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF'.17 The battalion was disbanded on 21 May 1917.18

The 74th Battalion, which was authorized on 10 July 1915 as the '74th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF',19 embarked for Great Britain on 29 March 1916.20 It provided reinforcements to the Canadian Corps in the field until 30 September 1916, when its personnel were absorbed by the '50th' and '52nd "Overseas" Battalion, CEF' and the '2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles Battalion, CEF'.21 The battalion was disbanded on 15 September 1917.22

The 76th Battalion, which was authorized on 10 July 1915 as the '76th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF',23 embarked for Great Britain on 23 April 1916.24 It provided reinforcements to the Canadian Corps in the field until 6 July 1916, when its personnel were absorbed by the '36th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF'.25 The battalion was disbanded on 17 July 1917.26

The 126th Battalion, which was authorized on 22 December 1915 as the '126th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF',27 embarked for Great Britain on 14 August 1916.28 On 13 October 1916, its personnel were absorbed by the '109th' and '116th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF' to provide reinforcements to the Canadian Corps in the field.29 The battalion was disbanded on 21 May 1917.30

The 164th Battalion, which was authorized on 22 December 1915 as the '164th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF',31 embarked for Great Britain on 11 April 1917.32 It provided reinforcements to the Canadian Corps in the field until 16 April 1918, when its personnel were absorbed by the '8th Reserve Battalion, CEF'.33 The battalion was disbanded on 29 November 1918.34

The 234th Battalion, which was authorized on 15 July 1916 as the '234th "Overseas" Battalion, CEF',35 embarked for Great Britain on 18 April1917.36 On 30 April 1917, its personnel were absorbed by the '12th Reserve Battalion, CEF' to provide reinforcements to the Canadian Corps in the field.37 The battalion was disbanded on 1 September 1917.38

The Second World War

?The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) mobilized the 'No. 1 Infantry Base Depot, CASF' for active service on 1 September 1939.39 This unit was disbanded in England on 11 July 1940, following the formation of the No. 1 Canadian Base Depot.40

The No. 1 Canadian Base Depot was authorized to be formed on 1 May 1940 as the 'No. 1 Canadian General Base Depot, CASF'.41 It was redesignated 'No. 1 Canadian Base Depot, CASF' the same day.42 It was stationed in Liverpool, England for the convenience of disembarkation and embarkation of Canadian soldiers.43 The depot was disbanded on 18 July 1944.44

The regiment subsequently mobilized the '1st Battalion, The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment), CASF' for active service on 6 February 1941, to "provide personnel and reinforcements for all 'Defence and Employment' requirements of The Canadian Army. As a result, numerous Lorne Scots defence and employment units served in the Mediterranean, North-West Europe and Canada.45 The overseas battalion was disbanded on 21 February 1947, when its last unit, 'No. 1 Non- Effective Transit Depot, CASF' (see below), was disbanded.46

Notes:

On 6 February 1941, all Active units of the Canadian Army performing defence and employment duties were merged into the regiment as component parts, and they no longer retained the status of separate units formerly held by them as Active units of the Canadian Army (GO 113/41).

On 2 December 1942, the Canadian Infantry Corps (CIC) was authorized to be formed (GO 466/42) and on 3 September 1942, all existing active service units of The Lorne Scots were allocated to the Corps (GO 485/42).

The Army Headquarters Defence Company was authorized to be formed on 1 April 1942 as the 'Army Headquarters Defence Company, CASF'.47 The company was disbanded on 15 June 1945.48

Note:

On 12 April 1944, the 'First Army Headquarters Defence Company (The Royal Montreal Regiment), CASF' was formed (GO 345/44). This newly authorized unit replaced The Lorne Scots defence company, even though it was not officially disbanded until the following year.

The 1st Corps Defence Company, CASF was authorized on 27 August 1940 as the 'No. 1 Canadian Corps Protective Unit, CASF'.49 It was redesignated: 'No. 1 Canadian Corps Protective Company, CASF' on 6 February 1941;50 and '1st Corps Defence Company, CASF' on 11 June 1943.51 The company was disbanded on 18 July 1944.52

The 2nd Corps Defence Company was authorized to be formed on 14 January 1943 as the '2nd Corps Defence Company, CASF'.53 The company was disbanded on 1 November 1943.54

Note:

On 1 November 1943, the '2nd Corps Defence Company (The Prince Edward Island Light Horse), CIC, CASF' was formed (GO 60/44). This newly authorized unit replaced The Lorne Scots defence company.

The No. 1 Defence and Employment Platoon was authorized on 1 September 1939 as the 'No. 1 Employment Platoon, CASF'.55 It was redesignated the 'No. 1 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF' on 6 February 1941.56 The platoon was disbanded on 28 August 1945.57

The No. 2 Defence and Employment Platoon was authorized on 1 September 1939 as the 'No. 2 Employment Platoon, CASF'.58 It was redesignated the 'No. 2 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF' on 6 February 1941.59 The platoon was disbanded on 13 October 1945.60

The No. 3 Employment Platoon was authorized on 1 September 1939 as the 'No. 3 Employment Platoon, CASF'.61 The platoon was disbanded on 14 January 1943.62

The No. 3 Defence and Employment Platoon was authorized on 24 May 1940 as the 'No. 4 Employment Platoon, CASF'.63 It was redesignated the 'No. 3 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF' on 7 April 1941.64 The platoon was disbanded on 30 October 1945.65

The 4th (Armoured) Division Headquarters Squadron was authorized on 25 May 1940 as the 'No. 5 Employment Platoon, CASF'.66 It was redesignated: 'No. 5 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF' on 10 May 1941;67 and '4th (Armoured) Division Headquarters Squadron, CAC, CASF' on 26 January 1942.68 The squadron was disbanded on 1 January 1943.69

The No. 6 Employment Platoon was authorized on 25 May 1940 as the 'No. 6 Employment Platoon, CASF'.70 The platoon was disbanded on 21 May 1941.71

The No. 1 Defence Platoon was authorized on 6 February 1941 as the 'No. 1 Defence Platoon, CASF'.72 The platoon was disbanded on 16 May 1943.73

The No. 2 Defence Platoon was authorized on 6 February 1941 as the 'No. 2 Defence Platoon, CASF'.74 The platoon was disbanded on 16 May 1943.75

The No. 3 Defence Platoon was authorized on 6 February 1941 as the 'No. 3 Defence Platoon, CASF'.76 The platoon was disbanded on 16 May 1943.77

The No. 4 Defence Platoon was authorized on 6 February 1941 as the 'No. 4 Defence Platoon, CASF'.78 The platoon was disbanded on 20 May 1943.79

The No. 5 Defence Platoon was authorized on 6 February 1941 as the 'No. 5 Defence Platoon, CASF'.80 The platoon was disbanded on 20 May 1943.81

The No. 6 Defence Platoon was authorized on 6 February 1941 as the 'No. 6 Defence Platoon, CASF'.82 The platoon was disbanded on 20 May 1943.83

The No. 7 Defence Platoon was authorized on 7 April 1941 as the 'No. 7 Defence Platoon, CASF'.84 The platoon was disbanded on 20 May 1943.85

The No. 8 Defence Platoon was authorized on 7 April 1941 as the 'No. 8 Defence Platoon, CASF'.86 The platoon was disbanded on 20 May 1943.87

The No. 9 Defence Platoon was authorized on 7 April 1941 as the 'No. 9 Defence Platoon, CASF'.88 The platoon was disbanded on 20 May 1943.89

The Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Armoured Brigade was authorized on 10 May 1941 as the 'No. 10 Defence Platoon, CASF'.90 It was redesignated 'Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Armoured Brigade, CAC, CASF' on 26 January 1942.91 The squadron was disbanded on 1 January 1943.92

The 'Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Army Tank Brigade was authorized on 10 May 1941 as the 'No. 11 Defence Platoon, CASF'.93 It was redesignated the 'Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Army Tank Brigade, CAC, CASF' on 26 January 1942.94 The squadron was disbanded on 1 January 1943.95

The Headquarters Squadron, 4th Armoured Brigade was authorized on 10 May 1941 as the 'No. 12 Defence Platoon, CASF'.96 It was redesignated 'Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Armoured Brigade, CAC, CASF' on 26 January 1942.97 The squadron was disbanded on 1 January 1943.98

The No. 6 Defence and Employment Platoon was authorized on 18 March 1942 as the 'No. 6 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF'.99 The platoon was disbanded on 31 January 1945.100

The No. 7 Defence and Employment Platoon was authorized on 12 May 1942 as the 'No. 7 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF'.101 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.102

The No. 8 Defence and Employment Platoon was authorized on 15 June 1942 as the 'No. 8 Defence and Employment Platoon, CASF'.103 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.104

The No. 13 Defence Platoon was authorized on 18 March 1942 as the 'No. 13 Defence Platoon, CASF'.105 The platoon was disbanded on 1 November 1944.106

The No. 14 Ground Defence Platoon was authorized on 18 March 1942 as the 'No. 14 Defence Platoon, CASF'.107 It was redesignated the No. 14 Ground Defence Platoon, CIC, CASF' on 20 August 1944.108 The platoon was disbanded on 31 January 1945.109

The No. 15 Ground Defence Platoon was authorized on 18 March 1942 as the 'No. 15 Defence Platoon, CASF'.110 It was redesignated the No. 15 Ground Defence Platoon, CIC, CASF' on 20 August 1944.111 The platoon was disbanded on 31 January 1945.112

The No. 16 Defence Platoon was authorized on 12 May 1942 as the 'No. 16 Defence Platoon, CASF'.113 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.114

The No. 16 Ground Defence Platoon was authorized on 20 August 1944 as the 'No. 16 Ground Defence Platoon, CIC, CASF'.115 The platoon was disbanded on 31 January 1945.116

The No. 17 Platoon was authorized on 12 May 1942 as the 'No. 17 Platoon, CASF'.117 The platoon was disbanded on 15 November 1943.118

The No. 18 Platoon was authorized on 12 May 1942 as the 'No. 18 Platoon, CASF'.119 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.120

The No. 19 Defence Platoon was authorized on 1 August 1942 as the 'No. 19 Defence Platoon, CASF'.121 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.122

The No. 20 Defence Platoon was authorized on 1 August 1942 as the 'No. 20 Defence Platoon, CASF'.123 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.124

The No. 21 Defence Platoon was authorized on 1 August 1942 as the 'No. 21 Defence Platoon, CASF'.125 The platoon was disbanded on 15 October 1943.126

The 1st Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '1st Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.127 The platoon was disbanded on 11 August 1945.128

The 2nd Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '2nd Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.129 The platoon was disbanded on 11 August 1945.130

The 3rd Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '3rd Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.131 The platoon was disbanded on 11 August 1945.132

The 4th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '4th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.133 The platoon was disbanded on 23 September 1945.134

The 5th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '5th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.135 The platoon was disbanded on 29 September 1945.136

The 6th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '6th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.137 The platoon was disbanded on 27 September 1945.138

The 7th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '7th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.139 The platoon was disbanded on 30 October 1945.140

The 8th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '8th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.141 The platoon was disbanded on 30 October 1945.142

The 9th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '9th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.143 The platoon was disbanded on 30 October 1945.144

The 10th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '10th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.145 The platoon was disbanded on 10 December 1945.146

The 11th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 24 February 1944 as the '11th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CASF'.147 The platoon was disbanded on 17 October 1945.148

The 12th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 13 July 1944 as the '12th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CIC, CASF'.149 The platoon was disbanded on 15 March 1945.150

The No. 3 Canadian Non-Effective Transit Depot was authorized to be formed on 27 April 1944 as the 'No. 3 Canadian Non-Effective Transit Depot, Type "C", CASF'.151 The depot was disbanded on 3 September 1945.152

The 21st Headquarters Army Troops, First Army Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), was authorized 25 May 1944 as the '21st Headquarters Army Troops, First Army Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CIC, CASF'.153 The platoon was disbanded on 21 December 1945.154

The 2nd 7th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 1 June 1945 as the '2nd 7th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CIC, CAOF'.155 The platoon was disbanded on 4 April 1946.156

The 2nd 8th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 1 June 1945 as the '2nd 8th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CIC, CAOF'.157 The platoon was disbanded on 29 April 1946.158

The 2nd 9th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots) was authorized on 1 June 1945 as the '2nd 9th Infantry Brigade Ground Defence Platoon (Lorne Scots), CIC, CAOF'.159 The platoon was disbanded on 14 May 1946.160

The No. 1 Canadian Repatriation Depot was authorized on 24 May 1940 as the 'No. 1 Non Effective Transit Depot, CASF'.161 It was redesignated: 'No. 1 Canadian Repatriation Depot (Lorne Scots), CASF' on 15 February 1945;162 and 'No. 1 Canadian Repatriation Depot Type "R" (Lorne Scots), CASF' on 5 July 1945.163 The depot was disbanded on 21 February 1947.164

REGIMENTAL COLOUR

The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)

CAMP FLAG

The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)


1. MGO 14 Sep 66. Formed from seven independent companies of rifles and infantry, authorized on the following dates: 'No. 1 Company' (The Volunteer Militia Rifle Company of Brampton, 3 April 1856), 'No. 2 Company' (Orangeville Infantry Company, 19 December 1862), 'No. 3 Company' (Brampton Infantry Company, 2 January 1863), 'No. 4 Company' (Albion Infantry Company, 9 January 1863), 'No. 5 Company' (Derry West Infantry Company [Streetsville], 16 January 1863), 'No. 6 Company' (Alton Infantry Company, 16 January 1863), and 'No. 7 Company' (Grahamsville Infantry Company, 6 February 1863) / Formé de sept compagnies indépendantes de voltigeurs et infanterie, autorisées selon les dates suivantes : « No. 1 Company » (The Volunteer Militia Rifle Company of Brampton, 3 avril 1856), « No. 2 Company » (Orangeville Infantry Company, 19 décembre 1862), « No. 3 Company » (Brampton Infantry Company, 2 janvier 1863), « No. 4 Company » (Albion Infantry Company, 9 janvier 1863), « No. 5 Company » (Derry West Infantry Company [Streetsville], 16 janvier 1863), « No. 6 Company » (Alton Infantry Company, 16 janvier 1863); et « No. 7 Company » (Grahamsville Infantry Company, 6 février 1863).

2. MO 105/1900.

3. GO 66/20.

4. GO 61/23.

5. GO 179/36.

6. GO 42/41.

7. GO 400/45; and/et CAO 78-4, Supp Issue No. 26/47.

8. MGO 28 Sep 66. Formed from six independent companies of rifles and infantry authorized as follows: 'No. 1 Company' (The 1st Volunteer Militia Rifle Company of Oakville, 13 December 1861), 'No. 2 Company' (Stewarttown Infantry Company, 9 January 1863), 'No. 3 Company' (GeorgetownInfantry Company, 30 January 1863), 'No. 4 Company' (Norval Infantry Company, 6 February 1863), 'No. 5 Company' (Nelson Infantry Company, 15 June 1866), and 'No. 6 Company' (Milton Infantry Company, 15 June 1866) / Formé de six compagnies indépendantes de voltigeurs et infanterie, autorisées selon les dates suivantes : « No. 1 Company » (The 1st Volunteer Militia Rifle Company of Oakville, 13 décembre 1861), 'No. 2 Company' (Stewarttown Infantry Company, 9 janvier 1863), 'No. 3 Company' (Georgetown Infantry Company, 30 janvier 1863), 'No. 4 Company' (Norval Infantry Company, 6 février 1863), 'No. 5 Company' (Nelson Infantry Company, 15 juin 1866), et 'No. 6 Company' (Milton Infantry Company, 15 juin 1866).

9. MGO 1/72.

10. GO 26/81.

11. MO 105/1900.

12. GO 127/09.

13. GO 66/20.

14. GO 134/31.

15. GO 86/15.

16. CEF Sailing List, vol. II. The unit also sent two reinforcing drafts overseas on 10 June and 17 August 1915 / L'unité envoya également deux contingents de renforts outre-mer les 10 juin et 17 août 1915.

17. Edwin Pye Papers, Summary of History of C.E.F. Units - 37th Battalion, Document Collection/Collection de documents 74/672, Series/séries IV, Box/boîte 11, Folder/chemise 37.

18. GO 63/17.

19. GO 103a/15.

20. CEF Sailing List, vol. IV. The unit also sent a reinforcing draft overseas on 1 October 1915 / L'unité envoya également un contingent de renforts outre-mer le 1er octobre 1915.

21. Edwin Pye Papers, Summary of History of C.E.F. Units - 74th Battalion, Document Collection/Collection de documents 74/672, Series/séries IV, Box/boîte 12, Folder/chemise 74.

22. GO 82/18.

23. GO 103a/15.

24. CEF Sailing List, vol. IV. The unit also sent a reinforcing draft overseas on 1 October 1915 / L'unité envoya également un contingent de renforts outre-mer le 1er octobre 1915.

25. Edwin Pye Papers, Summary of History of C.E.F. Units - 76th Battalion, Document Collection/Collection de documents 74/672, Series/séries IV, Box/boîte 12, Folder/chemise 76.

26. GO 82/18.

27. GO 151/15.

28. CEF Sailing List, vol. VIII.

29. Edwin Pye Papers, Summary of History of C.E.F. Units - 126th Battalion, Document Collection/Collection de documents 74/672, Series/séries IV, Box/boîte 12, Folder/chemise 126.

30. GO 63/17.

31. GO 151/15.

32. CEF Sailing List, vol. VIII.

33. Edwin Pye Papers, Summary of History of C.E.F. Units - 164th Battalion, Document Collection/Collection de documents 74/672, Series/séries IV, Box/boîte 13, Folder/chemise 164.

34. GO 135/18.

35. GO 69/16.

36. CEF Sailing List, vol. XI.

37. Edwin Pye Papers, Summary of History of C.E.F. Units - 234th Battalion, Document Collection/Collection de documents 74/672, Series/séries IV, Box/boîte 13, Folder/chemise 234.

38. GO 82/18.

39. GO 135/39. The unit provided the headquarters and two companies / L'unité pourvut le quartier général et deux compagnies.

40. GO 438/43.

41. GO 96/40.

42. GO 125/40.

43. Document Collection 92/252, (3-6-21) The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment, Box/boîte 36, Folder/chemise 15.

44. GO 552/44.

45. GO 113/41; GO 42/41; and/et Regimental Pamphlet, The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment), (Brampton, 1962), passim.

46. GO 400/45; and/et CAO 78-4, Supp Issue No. 26/47.

47. GO 131/42.

48. GO 52/46; and/et CMHQ Administrative Order 64 of 14 April 1944

49. GO 218/40.

50. GO 151/41.

51. GO 266/43.

52. GO 85/46.

53. GO 135/39.

54. GO 281/43.

55. GO 488/43.

56. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 1st Canadian Division / Il fut alloué à la 1re division canadienne.

57. GO 401/45.

58. GO 135/39.

59. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 2nd Canadian Division / Il fut alloué à la 2e division canadienne.

60. GO 52/46.

61. GO 135/39.

62. GO 284/43.

63. GO 184/40; and/et GO 50/41.

64. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 3rd Canadian Division / Il fut alloué à la 3e division canadienne.

65. GO 52/46.

66. GO 184/40; and/et GO 50/41.

67. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 4th Canadian Infantry Division / Il fut alloué à la 4e division d'infanterie canadienne.

68. GO 132/42. The 4th Infantry Division was redesignated 4th (Armoured) Division / La 4e division d'infanterie fut rebaptisée la 4e division blindée.

69. GO 225/43.

70. GO 184/40; and/et GO 50/41.

71. GO 136/44.

72. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 1st Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 1re brigade d'infanterie.

73. GO 397/43.

74. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 2nd Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 2e brigade d'infanterie.

75. GO 397/43.

76. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 3rd Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 3e brigade d'infanterie.

77. GO 397/43.

78. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 4th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 4e brigade d'infanterie.

79. GO 397/43.

80. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 5th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 5e brigade d'infanterie.

81. GO 397/43.

82. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 6th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 6e brigade d'infanterie.

83. GO 397/43.

84. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 7th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 7e brigade d'infanterie.

85. GO 397/43.

86. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 8th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 8e brigade d'infanterie.

87. GO 397/43.

88. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 9th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 9e brigade d'infanterie.

89. GO 397/43.

90. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 10th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 10e brigade d'infanterie.

91. GO 132/42. The 10th Infantry Brigade was redesignated the 3rd Armoured Brigade / La 10e brigade d'infanterie fut rebaptisée la 3e brigade blindée.

92. GO 225/43.

93. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 11th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 11e brigade d'infanterie canadienne.

94. GO 132/42. The 11th Infantry Brigade was redesignated the 2nd Army Tank Brigade / La 11e brigade d'infanterie fut rebaptisée la 2e brigade d'armée blindée.

95. GO 225/43.

96. GO 151/41. It was allocated to the 12th Infantry Brigade / Il fut alloué à la 12e brigade d'infanterie canadienne.

97. GO 132/42. The 12th Infantry Brigade was redesignated the 4th Armoured Brigade / La 12e brigade d'infanterie fut rebaptisée la 4e brigade blindée.

98. GO 225/43.

99. GO 147/42. It was allocated to the 6th Canadian Division / Il fut alloué à la 6e division canadienne.

100. GO 208/45.

101. GO 309/42. It was allocated to the 7th Canadian Division / Il fut alloué à la 7e division canadienne.

102. GO 15/44.

103. GO 301/42. It was allocated to the 8th Canadian Division / Il fut alloué à la 8e division canadienne.

104. GO 15/44.

105. GO 147/42.

106. GO 79/45. The unit was allocated to the 13th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 13e brigade d'infanterie.

107. GO 147/42.

108. GO 407/44.

109. GO 208/45. The unit was allocated to the 14th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 14e brigade d'infanterie.

110. GO 147/42.

111. GO 407/44.

112. GO 208/45. The unit was allocated to the 15th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 15e brigade d'infanterie.

113. GO 309/42.

114. GO 15/44. The unit was allocated to the 16th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 16e brigade d'infanterie.

115. GO 405/44; and/et Erratum to Part 'B' of GO dated 25 October 1944.

116. GO 208/45. The unit was allocated to the 16th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 16e brigade d'infanterie.

117. GO 309/42.

118. GO 15/44. The unit was allocated to the 17th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 17e brigade d'infanterie.

119. GO 309/42.

120. GO 15/44. The unit was allocated to the 18th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 18e brigade d'infanterie.

121. GO 360/42.

122. GO 15/44. The unit was allocated to the 19th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 19e brigade d'infanterie.

123. GO 360/42.

124. GO 15/44. The unit was allocated to the 20th Infantry Brigade / L'unité fut allouée à la 20e brigade d'infanterie.

125. GO 360/42.

126. GO 15/44. The unit was allocated to the 21st Infantry Brigade/ L'unité fut allouée à la 21e brigade d'infanterie.

127. GO 297/44.

128. GO 401/45.

129. GO 297/44.

130. GO 401/45.

131. GO 297/44.

132. GO 401/45.

133. GO 297/44.

134. GO 52/46.

135. GO 297/44.

136. GO 52/46.

137. GO 297/44.

138. GO 52/46.

139. GO 297/44.

140. GO 52/46.

141. GO 297/44.

142. GO 52/46.

143. GO 297/44.

144. GO 52/46.

145. GO 297/44.

146. GO 71/46.

147. GO 297/44.

148. GO 52/46.

149. GO 17/45.

150. GO 253/45.

151. GO 493/44.

152. GO 52/46.

153. GO 462/44.

154. GO 85/46.

155. GO 319/45. Organized for active service with the Canadian Army Occupation Force in Germany / Organisé pour servir avec les troupes d'occupation canadiennes en Allemagne

156. GO 162/46.

157. GO 319/45. Organized for active service with the Canadian Army Occupation Force in Germany / Organisé pour servir avec les troupes d'occupation canadiennes en Allemagne

158. GO 201/46.

159. GO 319/45. Organized for active service with the Canadian Army Occupation Force in Germany / Organisé pour servir avec les troupes d'occupation canadiennes en Allemagne

160. GO 201/46.

161. GO 184/40.

162. GO 230/45.

163. GO 386/45.

164. CAO 78-4, Supp Issue No. 26/47.

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