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The Royal Welch Fusiliers in America

Commemorating the service of the 23rd Regiment of Foot during the American Revolution. Fighting in nearly every major campaign (except Burgoyne’s), from Lexington and Concord in 1775, through Yorktown in 1781, the 23rd Foot was one of the premier regiments of the Crown Forces in North America. Members are located in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, and California.

 With the campaign season winding down and the Regiment going into winter quarters the 23rd Regiment of Foot, Royal Welch Fusiliers in America is actively seeking recruits.

Please go to our “I Want to be a Fusilier” Page for more information on how you could become part of one of the premier British revolutionary war reenacting regiments!

 ——– What’s New In Camp——–

Photos from the Brinkerhoff House, Hope Lodge and Camden Events have been posted!

———-Not So New But Still Noteworthy———-

Regimental Order regarding Woolen Small Clothes is posted on the Headquarters Page.

A new edition of the “Flash,” The news letter for the Grenadier, Light Infantry and 

Colonel’s Companies is now available on the Colonel’s Company’s Page.

The newest edition of Horsefall’s Company’s news letter “The Dispatch,” is now available on that company’s page.





The Queen

“On Parade” Wales, 1989 with Colonel in Chief
Queen Elizabeth II for the 300th Birthday of the Regiment
Photo: Diane Ford   @ 1989