Categories: 2nd Regiment of York Militia, Canada, War of 1812.
Philip was born about 1786. He was the son of Philip Triller and Mary Catherine Young. He married Mary Teeter, the daughter of Moses Teeter. He was killed when his horse and buggy overturned at a creek in Burlington. He passed away about 1866. He and his wife were buried in Knox 16 Cemetery in Oakville. 
During the War of 1812, Philip Triller served as a private in the 2nd York Militia. On June 4, 1812, he volunteered at age 24 for service in a flank company but was not selected. 
He was on duty from October 17 to December 19, 1812 in Captain Hector S. McKay’s Company. 
He was absent September 25 to October 24, 1813 but served from October 1 to 4, 1813 in Captain James Mordan’s Company. 
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On 19 Jul 2016 at 12:54 GMT Fred Blair wrote:
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