100th Regiment of Foot
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- 1760 raised as the 100th Regiment of Foot and known as Campbell's Highlanders
- 1763 disbanded
- 1780 raised as the 98th Regiment of Foot and known as the Loyal Lincolnshire Regiment
- 1785 disbanded
- 1794 raised by the 4th Duke of Gordon as the 100th Regiment of Foot
- 1798 became 92nd Regiment of Foot (Gordon Highlanders)
- 1804 raised in Ireland as the 100th Regiment of Foot
- 1813 became the 100th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)
- 1816 renamed 99th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)
- 1818 disbanded
- 1816 102nd Regiment of Foot renamed the 100th Regiment of Foot
- 1818 disbanded
- 1858 raised in Canada as the 100th Regiment of Foot (Prince of Wales' Royal Canadian), apparently to serve in the Indian Mutiny, but was not sent to India at this time.
- 1875 designated successor to previous 100th Regiment of Foot
- 1881 amalgamated with 109th Regiment of Foot (Bombay) Infantry and became the 1st Battalion, the Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians).
- 1922 disbanded on Irish independence
Service in British India
- 100th Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- Leinster Regiment - Wikipedia
- 100th (or Prince of Wales's Royal Canadian) Regiment of Foot including deployments Regiments.org, an archived site.
- The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) including deployments 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site
- The Irish in Uniform: The Leinster Regiment
- Article "The Cautionary Tale of Pte Patrick O’Hare", of the 1st Leinsters. Details the temperance tract published 1897 regarding the murders in 1894 at Ahmedabad committed while under the influence of alcohol, and subsequent execution of Private O Hara. pages 4-6 The 40/10 The Journal of the Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) Regimental Association December 2009
- The Royal Irish [Regiment] Details of Museums and database for the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (27th and 108th Regiments of Foot), the Royal Irish Rifles (83rd and 86th Regiments of Foot), and the Royal Irish Fusiliers (87th and 89th Regiments of Foot). In addition, in time it is intended to include in the database the names of many soldiers who served in what have become known as the Disbanded Irish Regiments, such as the Connaught Rangers, (88th and 94th Regiments of Foot), the Dublin Fusiliers (102th and 103th Regiments of Foot) and the (18th) Royal Irish Regiment. The Leinster Regiment (100th and 109th Regiments of Foot) and the Royal Munster Fusiliers ( 101st and 104th Regiments of Foot) also are part of this category.
- Photograph: Wolseley helmet. Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 1916 (c). Shows identifying flash on the helmet. National Army Museum
Historical books online
- From Kabul to Kumassi: Twenty-Four Years of Soldering and Sport by Brigadier-General Sir James Willcocks 1904 Archive.org. He arrived in India in 1878 with the 100th Regiment of Foot. He later joined the Indian Army, and served until 1897, when he transferred to West Africa.