Lt. Colonel Robert Falotico
Officer Commanding

Colonel Paul O'Shaughnessy

Major Richard Amsterdam

Captain Shaun Timberlake

Mr. Scott Williams
Recruiting Officer & Chaplain


40 Spring Street
Wrentham, MA 02093
United States of America



Follow the 10th


Royal Lincolnshire & Royal Anglian Regimental Association


The Royal Anglian Regiment
















Monthly Military Exercise

The third (3rd) Wednesday of every month (except December) at 19:00 hrs (7:00 PM) in the Lexington Depot, 13 Depot Square, Lexington MA.

Contact Mr. Scott Williams to schedule a visit.

Directions to Drill

2015 Schedule

Wed 21 Military Exercise
Wed 18 Military Exercise, CANCELLED
Wed 4 Make-up Military Exercise
Wed 18 Military Exercise
Sat 28 Workshop/Military Exercise
Sat 11 Lexington Green Rehearsal
Wed 15 Military Exercise
Sat 18 Parker's Revenge & Tower Park
Wed 20 Military Exercise
Mon 25 Memorial Day Parade, Andover, MA
30 - 31 Bunker Hill; Epping, NH
Wed 17 Military Exercise
Sat 4 Parade, Needham, MA
Wed 15 Military Exercise
Sat 18 American Independence Festival, Exeter, NH
1 - 2 Red Coats to Rebels, Old Sturbridge Village
Wed 19 Military Exercise
12 - 13 Brown's Raid, Fort Ticonderoga
Wed 16 Military Exercise, National Guard Armory
POSTPONED to 10 - 11 Battle of Segregansett
Wed 21 Military Exercise
Sat 24 Battle of Red Horse Tavern
Wed 18 Military Exercise, LEXINGTON DEPOT
Thur 3 Crucolo Cheese Parade, Concord, MA
Wed 16 Boston Tea Party, Post Office Square
Sat 19 Annual Meeting, Lexington Depot






XHis Majesty's Tenth Regiment of Foot in America is a historically re-created infantry unit formed to portray the service of the British Army during the American War for Independence.

Composed of two types of soldier, Grenadiers and Light Infantry, a company of Music, and Corps of Civilian Volunteers, the members of the Tenth are accurately uniformed, equipped, and trained in 18th century military drill and life so that we appear in public as members of the British Army would have in 1775.

You are invited to browse through this web site and learn more about the 10th Foot. If you are motivated and have the time and the dedication, maybe you too can become part of America's premier re-created British Regiment.

The 10th Regiment played an important role in the early events of the American Revolution. On April  19th, 1775, the Light Infantry and Grenadier companies were part of the expenditionary force sent by General Gage to capture the arms being stockpiled by the militia in Concord, MA. On that day, the Light Infantry Company was present at both Lexington Green and Concord's North Bridge when the First Shot and the Shot Heard 'Round the World were fired.  Both companies were engaged in the skrimish at Bloody Angle, near Lincoln, MA, and the desparate retreat back to Boston along what has become known as Battle Road.

At the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775, the Grenadier Company took part in those three fateful charges up Breed's Hill towards Prescott's fortified line, while the Light Infantry Company particiated in the ill-fated attack along the beach against Stark's men guarding the rebel's left flank. The 10th also fought in the Battle of Long Island, the Invasion of Manhatten Island, the Battle of Germantown, the Battle at Monmouth Courthouse, and the defense of Newport and Quaker Hill, eventually being drafted* back to England in September, 1778.

First Shot: Light Infantrymen on Lexington Green (left). Battle Road: Grenadiers engaged at the Bloody Angle (right).

Find out how you can "Take the King's Shilling" and enlist in the 10th!


His Majesty’s 10th Regiment of Foot in America is an IRS recognized 501(c)3 public charity formed for educational purposes and incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and can accept tax-deductible contributions to the fullest extent of the law.

Federal EIN 04-2653303 - Massachusetts AG #057095 - New Hampshire AG # 15346

Meet our Board of Directors

Our volunteer members further this educational mission by conducting presentations to area schools, historical societies and anyone else interested in having history brought to life for learners of all ages. We also collaborate with local municipalities and other non-profits for various living history events and celebrations throughout the year. Many of these events include setting up weekend encampments such as the Fort at No. 4 in Charlestown, NH, occupying the various historic sites such as Minute Man National Park in Concord and Lexington, MA, and participating in one-day events such as the annual American Independence Festival in Exeter, NH. Much of our activities include parades, firing and drill demonstrations, including battle re-enactments and the depiction of daily life of a British soldier in the 18th century.

For information regarding our mandated filings, contact Capt. Shaun Timberlake.

Thank you for your support.

*HISTORICAL NOTE:When a regiment was "drafted" during the Revolutionary War, the Officers, NCOs, and Musicians were sent back to Britain to recruit and rebuild the regiment. The private soldiers stayed in America and were distributed as replacements to the regiments that remained to continue in the war.