|Title||Mrs Pring Ridgeway Statuette|
|Description||Silver statuette of a riflemen mounted on a silver and marble base.|
|Credit line||Donated by Mr. Frederick Hamilton, grandson of Mrs. Pring.|
|Inscription Text||To Mrs. Pring, as a memento of her kindness and attention to The Queen's Own Regiment at Port Colborne in June, 1866. Major Gillmor, Major Dixon, Surgeon Thorburn, Capt. and Adjt. Otter, Lieut Campbell|
|Dimensions||H-33 W-10.8 D-10.8 cm|
Battle of Limeridge
Battle of Ridgeway
|Condition Notes||Rifle slightly bent. engraving plate missing from back of statuette.|
|Event||Battle of Ridgeway|
Campbell, William C.
Gillmor, Charles T.
Otter, William Dillon
|Notes||Per Regimental History p25: During the stay of the Queen's Own at Port Colborne in June 1866, certain officers were billeted with a Mrs. Pring. This lady was most hospitable and kind. The officers concerned were so impressed that they had made a silver statuette of a rifleman.|