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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1786 Shelburne acres acres and house acres in St Albany American appointed Army in N. Y. attorney Bennington Boston British lines Burgoyne's Army Canada Capt cattle Certificate Charlestown Charlotte Christ Church parish claimant's estate claimant's property Cortlandt Manor Creek deceased Deposition Dutchess Elizabeth Elizabeth Town England escaped evacuation Evidences farm father Fled to Army Gaol George George's parish granted Halifax horses imprisoned Isaac Jamaica James John John's joined Army Joseph July June knew claimant land late London Lord Dunmore loyalists Memorial 1 Mar Memorial 17 Memorial 24 merchant miles Militia Mohawk River Montreal N. S. Claim N. Y. Joined Army N. Y. Left N. Y. Memorial negroes Norfolk obliged parish Patent Philadelphia plantation Portsmouth Quebec Rejected returned River Robert Samuel Savannah Sept ship sloop Staten Island taken prisoner Thomas Town Tryon undated unspecified Westchester widow wife William