112th Regiment of Foot [UK]
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Page created 15 June 2004. Corrected and updated 01.05.2005
 
 
112th Regiment of Foot
 
United Kingdom 
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1761.10.16 112th Regiment of Foot (King's Royal Musqueteers)
formed by regimentation of independent companies; named for King George III a month after his coronation
1763 disbanded

1794.07.21 112th Regiment of Foot
1795 disbanded
   
   
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Deployment and Service [1761-1763]:
 
Colour Key:
War service
Overseas service
Home service
     
     
       
       
  Deployment and Service [1794-1795]:
1794.07.21 raised in Ireland
1794 Ireland: Cork
1795 Channel Islands: Jersey  
  1795 disbanded in Ireland?
       
       

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Badges: construction sign
Uniform: 1761: scarlet: facings: blue
  1794: unknown
   
   
     
   
   
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Major Commandant:
1761 Maj. Enoch Markham [to 1763]

Colonel:
1794 John (Hely-Hutchinson), 1st Baron Donoughmore [to 1795]
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Motto: 1761: Steady
  1794: unknown
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Marches:
Musicians:
Mascot: construction sign
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monument [no external sites have been found]
   
   
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book [no known published history]