American Loyalist Claims, Volume 1
National Genealogical Society, 1980 - History - 615 pages
This volume offers for the first time a comprehensive account of the relationships and interests of that vast number of colonial Americns whose loyalty to the Crown during the Revolution earned them exile and confiscation of their property. It offers maximum usefulness to readers, including the key, by names of testators, to many wills, will abstracts, and administrations-- some of which may be the only copies extant. C0045HB - $22.50
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