99th Regiment of Foot (Jamaica Regiment)
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It was raised in the Midlands for service in the West Indies, and spent three years stationed in Jamaica as a garrison unit before being returned to England to be disbanded.
- Frederick, J.B.M. (1969). "Lineage book of the British Army: mounted corps and infantry, 1660-1968". Cornwallville, NY : Hope Farm Press. p. 312.
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