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Memorial Number: 35027-026
Type: Cairn et plaque
Location: In a park. GPS N 42 47.175 W 80 12.171
Address: needs further research
Reference: On the corner of Main Street (Highway 6) and Park Street
Port Dover, ON
Surveyor: Alfred Zangao
Photo Credit: Wayne Adam & (www.ontarioplaques.com)

This memorial erected in 1920 is dedicated to Major General Isaac, "The Hero of Upper Canada for his brilliant capture of Hull's army at Detroit with a much smaller force. See the plaque inscription for more details.


[Plaque/Plaque]

HISTORIC SITES
MONUMENTS
BOARD CANADA

WAR OF 1812.

Major General Isaac Brock
with 40 men of His Majesty's
41st Regiment and 260 of the
York, Lincoln, Oxford and
Norfolk militia, set out from
Port Dover on the 8th August,
1812, to relieve the invaded
western frontier.
His brilliant capture of
Hull's army at Detroit with
a much smaller force saved
this province to the Empire
and made Brock
"The Hero of
Upper Canada."
ERECTED 1920.