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United Kingdom
1804 100th Regiment of Foot
raised in northern Ireland
1813 100th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)
(named for the future King George IV)
1816.02.23 99th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)
1818 disbanded at Chatham
1858.06.22 100th (The Prince of Wales Royal Canadian) Regiment of Foot
raised in Canada for British Army; named for the future King Edward VII
1875 deemed to be successor to previous 100th Regiment
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 109th Foot to form The Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians)
Note:
This regiment is not related to five other regiments which bore the number "100".

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[Niagara]1 1. awarded in 1815; re-granted in 1875 to new 100th Regiment.
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Uniform: coat: not known, lapels and cuffs: not known, turnbacks: not known, lacings: not known
1858:
1805.02.28 Brig. Sir Frederick John Falkiner, Bt. [to 1818?]
1858.06.22 Gen. Henry (Dundas), 3rd Viscount Melville, GCB [also 32nd Foot, 1st Bn 60th Foot]
1862.09.28 Lt-Gen. Sir Edward Macarthur, KCB
1872.01.05 Maj-Gen. Charles Rochfort Scott
1872.07.05 Gen. Hon. Sir Alexander Hamilton-Gordon, KCB
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Nicknames: The Beavers, The Colonials, The Centipedes, The Maple Leaves, The Old Hundred
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Marches: The Royal Canadians, God Bless the Prince of Wales
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