This is so cool. An outstanding collaboration bringing modern forensics, knowledge of 18th century British army material culture and regimental muster rolls. Shared expertise across national boundaries may have positively identified the remains of a soldier who died in Canada just after the American Revolution in 1784. The Annapolis County Spectator has the story (image at left from the 12 July, 2011 article by Heather Killen).
CWCID: Don N. Hagist posting on RevList.