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Capt. Samuel Hand (1734 - 1817)

Notes concerning Samuel Hand Abt. 1728-Abt. 1817 and Phebe Lum May 25, 1737-1788 From the Long Island Genealogy Surname Database found at - Long Island Genealogy: Samuel Hand raised his family in nor...

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Nehemiah Hubble (1755 - 1854)

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Isaac Swazey (1751 - 1828)

Isaac Swayze (1751–February 11, 1828) was a soldier and political figure in Upper Canada. He was born in Morris County, New Jersey in 1751 into a family of German immigrants of Jewish extracti...

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Sir Frederick Haldimand, KB MP (1718 - 1791)

Sir Frederick Haldimand, KB (August 11, 1718 – June 5, 1791) was a military officer best known for his service in the British Army in North America during the Seven Years' War and the American...

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Thomas Taylor Byrd MP (1752 - 1821)

Thomas Taylor Byrd was born at Westover on the James River, Charles City County, Virginia, on 7 January 1752, the second son of Col. William Byrd III and his first wife, Elizabeth Hill (Carter) Byrd. H...

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Lt. Colonel Robert Rogers (1731 - 1795)

) Elite Special Force Rangers were organized in 1756 by Major Robert Rogers, a native of New Hampshire, who recruited nine companies of American colonists to fight for the British during the French a...

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John Twibell MP (1760 - 1853)

John Twibell Birth: Mar. 14, 1760 County Monaghan, Ireland Death: Jul. 21, 1853 Montpelier Blackford County Indiana, USA Burial: Twibell North Cemetery, Montpelier, Blackford County, Indiana, U...

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Captain Richard Lippincott, U.E. (1745 - 1826)

) Captain Richard Lippincott, U.E. (January 2, 1745 – 1826) was an American-born Loyalist who served in the British army during the American War of Independence. He is best known for his part ...

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John Sargent (1750 - 1824)

) John Sargent (24 December 1750, Salem - 24 January 1824) was an American Loyalist during American Revolution. A Methodist merchant from Salem, Massachusetts, he was the second son of Colonel Ep...

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Richard Richard Fields, Sr. (c.1744 - d.)

Richard Fields : adventurer in the Indian trade Who is Richard Fields? He was born c.1744 and came to South Carolina (from England or Virginia) with his father Richard Fields by 1754. Richard F...

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General John Campbell (1727 - 1806)

) General John Campbell, 17th Chief of MacArthur Campbells of Strachur (1727 – 28 August 1806) was a Scottish soldier and senior nobleman, who commanded the British forces at the Siege of Pe...

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Barry St. Leger (1733 - 1789)

Barrimore Matthew "Barry" St. Leger (bap. 1 May 1733 – 1789) was a British army officer. St. Leger was active in the Saratoga Campaign, commanding an invasion force that unsuccessfully besiege...

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Col. Alexander McKee (c.1735 - 1799)

He is said to have married a Shawnee woman. -------------------- Alexander McKee 1735-1799 ALEXANDER McKEE was the Tory leader at Pittsburgh. He was a man of some education and wide influence on ...

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Governor Blacksnake (1737 - 1859)

Tah-won-ne-ahs or Thaonawyuthe (born between 1737 and 1760, died 1859), known in English as either Governor Blacksnake or Chainbreaker, was a Seneca war chief, who, along with other Iroquois leaders ...

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Guyasuta (c.1725 - c.1794)

Guyasuta (c.1725–c.1794) was an important leader of the Seneca people in the second half of the eighteenth century, playing a central role in the diplomacy and warfare of that era. His name is...

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Cornplanter (c.1750 - 1836)

John Abeel, Jr. (ca. 1750s–February 18, 1836), known as Gaiänt'wakê (Gyantwachia - ″the planter″) or Kaiiontwa'kon (Kaintwakon - "By What One Plants") in the Seneca...

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Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Hawkins-Whitshed, 1st Baronet GCB (1762 - 1849)

Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Hawkins-Whitshed, 1st Baronet GCB (1762 – 28 October 1849) was a flag officer in the British Royal Navy who served in the American, French Revolutionary and Napo...

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Admiral Sir John Lindsay KB (1737 - 1788)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Admiral Sir John Lindsay KB (1737 – 4 June 1788) was a British naval officer of the 18th century, and the father of Dido Elizabeth Belle... ...His parents we...

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Admiral John Markham (1761 - 1827)

) Admiral John Markham, (13 June 1761 – 13 February 1827) was a Royal Navy officer of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries who is best known for his service at the Admiralty as a suppo...

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Sir John Johnson Jr., Brig. General, 2nd Baronet (1741 - 1830)

Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet (5 November 1741 – 4 January 1830), was a loyalist leader during the American Revolution. He was the son of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Sir William John...

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Thomas 'Burnfoot' Brown (1750 - 1825)

) Commanding a regiment of loyalists known as the King's Rangers, Thomas Brown took part in several important actions in Georgia during the Revolutionary War (1775-83). His career is a key to under...

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Admiral Sir Francis Geary, 1st Baronet MP (1709 - 1796)

Biographical Summary " Francis Geary , of Polesden in Great Bookham, co. Surrey, Admiral of the White, s. of Francis Geaet, of Cheddiugton, Bucks, and Aroall Magna, Salop, by Judith, da. and h. of Ro...

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Captain Charles Phipps (1753 - 1786)

) Hon. Charles Phipps (10 December 1753 – 20 October 1786) was an officer in the Royal Navy. He served during the American War of Independence, seeing action in a number of battles and engagem...

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Henry Phipps, 1st Earl of Mulgrave MP (1755 - 1831)

Henry Phipps, 1st Earl of Mulgrave GCB, PC (14 February 1755 - 7 April 1831), styled The Honourable Henry Phipps until 1792 and known as The Lord Mulgrave from 1792 to 1812, was a British soldier and...

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Constantine Phipps, 2nd Baron Mulgrave MP (1744 - 1792)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Constantine John Phipps, 2nd Baron Mulgrave , PC (19 May 1744 – 10 October 1792) was an English explorer and officer in the Royal Navy. He served during the Se...

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Welbore Ellis, 1st Baron Mendip (1713 - 1802)

Family and Education b. 15 Dec. 1713, o. surv. s. of Rt. Rev. Welbore Ellis, bp. of Kildare and (1731) Meath, by Diana, da. of Sir John Briscoe of Boughton, Northants. and Amberley, Suss. educ. Westmin...

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William Hill, 1st Marquess of Downshire (1718 - 1793)

Wills Hill, 1st Marquess of Downshire PC (30 May 1718 – 7 October 1793), known as the Viscount Hillsborough from 1742 to 1751 and as the Earl of Hillsborough from 1751 to 1789, was a British p...

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Col. John Askin (1739 - c.1815)

John Askin was born in Aughnaclay, County Tyrone, to James Askin and Alice Rae in 1739. John came to Albany, New York as a sulter with the British Army in 1758, and entered the western fur trade after ...

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Vice Admiral Sir George Collier (1738 - 1795)

Vice Admiral Sir George Collier (11 May 1738 – 6 April 1795) was an officer of the Royal Navy who saw service during the Seven Years War, the American War of Independence and the French Revolu...

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Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Buller, 1st Baronet (1764 - 1824)

Sir Edward Buller, 1st Baronet (24 December 1764 – 15 April 1824) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the American War of Independence and the French Revolutionary and Napoleoni...

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William Schaw Cathcart, 1st Earl Cathcart MP (1755 - 1843)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary " General William Schaw Cathcart, 1st Earl Cathcart KT, PC, PC (Ire) (17 September 1755 – 16 June 1843), Scottish soldier and diplomatist, was born at Petersham,...

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General Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl of Harrington MP (1753 - 1829)

General Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl of Harrington, G.C.H., PC, PC (Ire) (17 March 1753 – 5 September 1829), styled Viscount Petersham until 1779, was a British soldier. Stanhope is sometimes co...

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Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley, Baronet (1734 - 1808)

ADMIRAL SIR THOMAS PASLEY, BARONET (1734-1808) is the sixth child and fifth son of James Pasley of Craig (c.1694-1773)t. His date of birth is not known but his baptism was registerd at Westerkirk in ...

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Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm GCB GCMG (1768 - 1838)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm GCB GCMG (1768–1838) was a British naval officer. He was born at Douglan, near Langholm, Scotland, on 20 February 1768, the third so...

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William Trenholm (c.1737 - 1822)

William Trenholm was a Loyalist of the British and took his family & left the colonies during the Revolutionary War. The family returned to South Carolina after the French Revolution. from:

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John Frederick Dubard (1739 - 1781)

Much information for this family was obtained from a report on genealogical research done by Leonardo Andrea. This study was done for the William Dubard, Sr., descendants in 1955. A copy is in the Caro...

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Admiral Sir Robert Moorsom KCB (1760 - 1835)

Admiral Sir Robert Moorsom KCB (8 June 1760 – 14 April 1835) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary War and the Napoleoni...

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Rear-Admiral Hon. John Leveson-Gower MP (1740 - 1792)

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Admiral Thomas Pye (c.1708 - 1785)

Sir Thomas Pye (c.1708/9 – 26 December 1785) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the War of the Austrian Succession, the Seven Years' War, and the American War of Independence. ...

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Captain Anthony James Pye Molloy MP (c.1754 - 1814)

Anthony James Pye Molloy (c. 1754 – 25 July 1814) was an officer of the Royal Navy. He served during the American War of Independence and the French Revolutionary Wars. Molloy rose through...

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Maj-Gen. Thomas Dundas MP (c.1750 - 1794)

) Major-General Thomas Dundas (30 June 1750 – 3 June 1794) was a British military officer and Governor of Guadeloupe. Military Service Born the son of Thomas Dundas of Fingask, Dundas ...

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Right Reverend Samuel Seabury, D.D., Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode Island MP (1729 - 1796)

Samuel Seabury (November 30, 1729 – February 25, 1796) was the first American Episcopal bishop, the second Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, USA, and the first Bishop of Connecticut. He ...

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Captain John Whistler (1756 - 1829)

John Whistler (ca. 1756 – 3 September 1829) was a soldier, born in Ulster, Ireland. He ran away from home when a boy, enlisted in the British army, and served under General John Burgoyne durin...

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Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson MP (1758 - 1805)

Nelson was born at the Rectory of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, East England, UK, the son of the village rector Edmund Nelson and his wife Catherine. He attended schools at Norwich and North Walsham before ...

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Richard Fitzpatrick, Gen. (1748 - 1813)

General Richard FitzPatrick (24 January 1748 – 25 April 1813), styled The Honourable from birth, was an Anglo-Irish soldier, wit, poet, Whig politician and ‘sworn brother’ of the...

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Frederick Howard, 5th Earl of Carlisle MP (1748 - 1825)

Invested 5th Earl of Carlisle 3/9/1758 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick Howard, 5th Earl of Carlisle KG, KT, PC (28 May 1748 ...

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Colonel John Graves Simcoe (1752 - 1806)

John Graves Simcoe (February 25, 1752 – October 26, 1806) was a British army officer and the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada from 1791–1796. Then frontier, this was modern-day...

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Captain John Montresor (1736 - 1799)

Captain John Montresor (22 April 1736 – 26 June 1799) was a British military engineer in North America. Early life Born in Gibraltar 22 April 1736 to British military engineer James Ga...

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Lieutenant General Johann von Ewald (1744 - 1813)

Johann von Ewald (20 March 1744 – 25 June 1813) was a German military officer from Hesse-Kassel. After first serving in the Seven Years' War, he was the commander of the jäger corps of ...

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Lieutenant-General Sir John Vaughan KB (c.1731 - 1795)

) Lieutenant-General Sir John Vaughan KB (c. 1731 – 30 June 1795), styled The Honourable from 1741, was a British soldier and a Member of Parliament in both the British and Irish Parliaments. ...

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Captain John Linzee (RN) (1717 - 1787)

Captain John Linzee was born on March 25, 1743 at Kingston, Portsea, Hants, England. He joined the Royal Navy and rose to the rank of captain at the age of 27. In 1769, he sailed to America as part o...

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Vice Admiral Sir George Collier (1738 - 1795)

Vice Admiral Sir George Collier (11 May 1738 – 6 April 1795) was an officer of the Royal Navy who saw service during the Seven Years War, the American War of Independence and the French Revolu...

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Captain Henry Mowat (RN) (1734 - 1798)

Henry Mowat (1734–1798) was an officer of the Royal Navy commanding ships in northern New England during the American Revolutionary War. He was the son of Captain Patrick Mowat of the post shi...

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Colonel James Abercrombie (1732 - 1775)

) Colonel James Abercrombie (1732 – 23 June 1775) was a British army officer who died during the American Revolutionary War. There is much uncertainty about Abercrombie's family. He may ...

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Admiral Sir Arthur Kaye Legge KCB (1766 - 1835)

Admiral Sir Arthur Kaye Legge KCB (25 October 1766 – 12 May 1835) was an officer of the British Royal Navy who served in three wars and commanded ships in several campaigns. Known as a brave o...

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William Legge, 2nd Earl of Dartmouth MP (1731 - 1801)

William Legge 2nd Earl of Dartmouth PC, FRS (20 June 1731 – 15 July 1801), styled as Viscount Lewisham from 1732 to 1750, was a British statesman who is most remembered for his part in the gov...

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Lieutenant-Colonel George Maddison (1729 - 1799)

MILITARY: Lieutenant-Colonel - 4th Regiment Foot. OFFICE: Lieutenant Governor of St. Vincent, 1763 Under orders from General Thomas Gage, royal governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, on Septe...

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Field Marshal Sir Alured Clarke KB (1744 - 1832)

Field Marshal Sir Alured Clarke KB (24 November 1744 – 16 September 1832) was an officer of the British army, lieutenant governor of the colonial Province of Quebec, and civil administrator of...

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Major General Sir Robert Pigot, 2nd Baronet (1720 - 1796)

Sir Robert Pigot, 2nd Baronet (20 September 1720 – 1 August 1796) was a British Army officer during the American Revolutionary War. Life Robert Pigot was born in London, England in 1...

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General Hugh Percy, 2nd Duke of Northumberland MP (1742 - 1817)

General Hugh Percy, 2nd Duke of Northumberland gained the title of 2nd Duke of Northumberland. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lieutenant...

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Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet (1726 - 1816)

Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet (1726 – 27 August 1816) was an officer of the Royal Navy. He served during the Seven Years' War, American War of Independence, and the French Revolutionary and N...

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Charles Asgill (1762 - 1823)

Sir Charles Asgill, 2nd Baronet GCH (6 April 1762 – 23 July 1823) was a career soldier in the British Army. Asgill enjoyed a long military career, eventually rising to the rank of General. He ...

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General Charles O'Hara (1740 - 1802)

General Charles O'Hara (1740 – 25 February 1802) was a British military officer who served in the Seven Years War, American War of Independence, and French Revolutionary War, and later served ...

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Sir John Wrottesley, 8th Baronet (1744 - 1787)

Sir John Wrottesley, 8th Baronet (22 December 1744 – 23 April 1787), of Wrottesley Hall in Staffordshire, was a British army officer and Member of Parliament. Background and early life ...

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Sir Thomas Musgrave, 7th Baronet Musgrave of Hayton (1737 - 1812)

Biographical Summary " Sir Thomas Musgrave, Baronet [S 1638] , only surviving brother and heir male, born 1737; was an officer in the army, becoming eventually (1802) full General, and being at his d...

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Lieutenant Colonel Henry Monckton (1740 - 1778)

"Henry, who gloriously fell in 1778 at the head of the Grenadiers in America after he had attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in his Majesty's service" (details from memorial in Brewood Parish Ch...

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Lt.-Col. Hon. John Maitland (1732 - 1779)

) Lieutenant-Colonel John Maitland (1732 – 25 October 1779) was a British military officer who was the tenth son of Charles Maitland, 6th Earl of Lauderdale and Lady Elizabeth Ogilvie. He serv...

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General Sir Robert Abercromby GCB (1740 - 1827)

General Sir Robert Abercromby GCB (1740–1827), the youngest brother of Sir Ralph Abercromby, was a general in the army, a knight of the Bath, and at one period the governor of Bombay and comma...

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Post-Captain James Luttrell (c.1751 - 1788)

James Luttrell (c. 1751 – 23 December 1788) was an officer in the Royal Navy who served during the American War of Independence. He also had a political career as a Member of Parliament. B...

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John "Oo-na-du-to" or Bushyhead Stuart (1718 - 1779)

) John Stuart (25 September 1718 – 21 March 1779) was a Scottish-born official of the British Empire in North America. He was the superintendent for the southern district of the British Indian...

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Titus Cornelius, Honourary Colonel, Elite British Special Forces, U.E.L. MP (c.1753 - c.1780)

Titus Cornelius Colonel Tye - United Empire Loyalist Leader of the Elite Ethiopian Black Brigade== Sources agree on his Birth Year of 1753 but a gap appears in his Death Year accuracy between 178...

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Jonathan Bliss (1742 - d.)

Loyalist: The Honorable Jonathan Bliss (#274) is associated with Springfield, Massachusetts and New Brunswick, Canada. Born in 1742, the son of Captain Luke Bliss and Mercy Ely, Jonathan graduated from...

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Daniel Bliss, 1740 (c.1740 - 1805)

Loyalist: The Honorable Daniel Bliss (#410) is associated with Concord, Massachusetts and Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Born in 1739/40, the son of Daniel Bliss and Phebe Walker and brother of ...

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Samuel Bliss, 1750 (1750 - 1803)

Loyalist: Captain Samuel Bliss (#416) is associated with Greenfield and Concord, Massachusetts and St. Andrew, New Brunswick, Canada. Born in 1750, the son of Daniel Bliss and Phebe Walker, Daniel was ...

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Boston King, U.E.L., Methodist Missionary MP (1760 - 1802)

Boston King A man who overcome great adversity This profile meant to Honor his contributions to Canada, and Sierra Leone What we know of Boston King: A Slave in Colonial America, Boston sided...

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Thayendanegea (indian name) MP (1743 - 1807)

Joseph Brants tomb A GREAT BOOK TO READ ABOUT JOSEPH BRANT IS "Joseph Brant - King of the Mohawks" by Jonathan Bolton and Claire Wilson Brant is his Step Fathers Last Name Last words were "If y...

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Luke Knowlton (1738 - 1810)

Judge Luke Knowlton, was a "loyalist" in the Revolutionary War. Not a popular person following the War of Independence, eventually, he was given land in Canada by the British Government. from: HON....

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Rep. Philip Barton Key, Sr. (Fed-MD) MP (1757 - 1815)

) Philip Barton Key (April 12, 1757 – July 28, 1815) was a Representative from the third district of Maryland, and later a United States federal judge. Unusually for a politician in the early ...

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Lord Charles Greville Montagu, MP (1741 - 1784)

Family and Education b. 29 May 1741, 2nd s. of Robert, 3rd Duke of Manchester, by Harriet, da. and coh. of Edmund Dunch of Little Wittenham, Berks.; bro. of George, Visct. Mandeville. educ. Ch. Ch. Oxf...

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Capt. Hon. Frederick Lewis Maitland of Rankeillour (c.1730 - c.1786)

) Frederick Lewis Maitland was a distinguished officer of the Royal Navy. Maitland was born the sixth son of Charles Maitland, the sixth earl of Lauderdale, and his Godfather was Frederick, Princ...

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George Garth (c.1733 - 1819)

George Garth (1733–1819) was a British General, a commander in the American Revolutionary War, and Colonel of the 17th Regiment of Foot. Life He was son of John Garth MP and Rebecca, t...

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Elizabeth Loring (1744 - 1831)

The wife of British officer Joshua Loring, Jr., Elizabeth Lloyd grew up in Boston, the only daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Davenport) Lloyd. Known as Betsey in the family, she was the granddaught...

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Dr. Benjamin Loring (1744 - 1798)

Dr. Benjamin Loring, twin brother to Joshua Loring, Jr., was born in 1740 , graduated at Harvard College in 1772. During the American Revoluntion, he was a surgeon in a regiment in the King's service...

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General James Robertson, Colonial Governor of New York (1717 - 1788)

General James Robertson was the civil governor of the Province of New York from 1780 to 1783. He was born in Fife, Scotland about 1710. He came to the American colonies in 1756 as a major of the Roya...

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Major General Augustine Prévost (1723 - 1786)

Major General Augustine Prévost (b. 22 August 1723 Geneva, Switzerland – d. 4 May 1786 East Barnet, England) was a Swiss-born British soldier who served in the Seven Years' War and the ...

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Lieutenant-Colonel Jacques Marcus Prevost, Colonial Governor of Georgia (1736 - 1781)

Jacques Marc, Jacques-Marc, James Marcus or Mark Prevost (1736, Geneva – 1781) was a British Army officer of Swiss origin. Early Life He was born in Switzerland to a family originating...

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Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell KB, Provisional Governor of Georgia (1739 - 1791)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell KB (21 August 1739 – 31 March 1791) served as Governor of Jamaica and Madras. He was a major Scottish landowner, Heritable U...

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Johannes F. Empie (Emige), Corp., U.E.L. (1748 - 1810)

Johannes F. Empie a.k.a. Hanis Empie, Emgie U.E.L. United Empire Loyalist This is the John Sr., referred to as the son of Philip. United Empire Loyalist- Served in the KRRNY (Kings Royal Regimen...

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Maj.-Gen. Hon. Alexander Leslie (1731 - 1794)

) The Honourable Major General Alexander Leslie (1731 – 27 December 1794) was a Major General in the British Army during the American Revolutionary War. He was the commander of the British tro...

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Lieutenant-Colonel James Webster (33rd Regiment of Foot) (1740 - 1781)

James Webster was the second son of the eminent Edinburgh clergyman Rev. Dr. Alexander Webster (1708-84), Minister of the Tolbooth Kirk, sometime Moderator of the General Assembly and occasional poet...

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Tench Coxe (1755 - 1824)

Tench Coxe (May 22, 1755 – July 17, 1824) was an American political economist and a delegate for Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress in 1788-1789. He wrote under the pseudonym "A Pennsylv...

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Adam Empey, Jr. (1734 - d.)

Adam appears,along with his father on the Kings Royal Regiment New York (KRRNY) loyalist master muster roll P.L.2d 1786 as possibly a Private rank. He fought in the Revolutionary war, Battle of Oriskan...

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Adam Empey, Corp. (c.1734 - c.1782)

United Empire Loyalist >SOURCES< Compendium of Early Mohawk Families by Marylyn B. Penrose Marriage to: Anna Maria ( or Margaretha) Nelles ( or Nellis) - 11/08/1768 Three known children: Johannes b...

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Johann (Adam) Adam Empey, U.E.L. (c.1700 - c.1768)

lists: Adam Emigen, as one of Stone Arabia s early Patentee s. Adam would have been approximately 9 years old when his parents reached London,England Adam first appears on the Gov. Hunters list i...

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Stephen Cisney (c.1750 - c.1823)

Stephen Sisney was baptized on September 15, 1755 at Saint James Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Stephen is listed as one of the Tories captured at the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge in North Caro...

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Richard William Empey, U.E.L. (1774 - 1856)

Have seen a 1796 Marriage date.

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William W. Empey, Jr., U.E.L. (c.1766 - 1857)

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Robert Auchmuty (c.1725 - 1788)

Robert Auchmuty (b. Boston; d. December 1788 Marylebone, England), was an eloquent and successful advocate in Boston. He was one of the counsel for the soldiers engaged in the Boston Massacre, and beca...

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Lieutenant General Sir Samuel Auchmuty, GCB (1756 - 1822)

) Lieutenant General Sir Samuel Auchmuty, GCB (1756–1822) was a British general. Origins Sir Samuel's grandfather, Robert Auchmuty (d. 1750), was descended from a family settled in Fif...

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Rev. Samuel Auchmuty (1722 - 1777)

Samuel Auchmuty (January 16, 1722 Boston - March 6, 1777 New York City), was a clergyman. He graduated from Harvard in 1742, studied theology in England, and was appointed assistant minister of Trinity...

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