December 6, This day during the War of 1812

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December 6, 1814 – The Skirmish at Farnham Church was a small engagement during the War of 1812, the warring power of the British bombarded Farnham Church and assaulted the church on land. The strength of either side is unknown but was fought between British troops and Virginian militia. The engagement at the northern end of the Farnham Church complex occurred on December 6, 1814, the British failed to capture their target.



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