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Genealogy and History of Revolutionary Loyalist Families
Americans banished escaped or deported to Toronto, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario etc after the Revolutionary War

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CD Contents
 
12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Ontarian families : genealogies of United-Empire-loyalists and other pioneer families of Upper Canada Toronto: Rolph, Smith & Co., 1895-1898, Chadwick, Edward Marion, 450  pgs. 
                   
2.  Loyalty and reprisal : the loyalists of Bergen County, New Jersey, and their estates United States: Keesey, Ruth M. , 303  pgs. 
                   
3.  Pioneer life among the loyalists in Upper Canada Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1915, Herrington, W. S., 115  pgs. 
                   
4.  The diary of Thomas Vernon : a loyalist, banished from Newport by the Rhode Island General Assembly in 1776 : with notes, Providence, R.I.: S.S. Rider, 1881, Vernon, Thomas, 159  pgs. 
                   
5.  The New Jersey volunteers (Loyalists) in the Revolutionary War Trenton, N.J.: Naar, Day & Naar, 1887, Stryker, William S., 67  pgs. 
                   
6.  Alexander Clark, loyalist : a contribution to the history of New Brunswick Kentville, N.S.: Printed by The Kentville Pub. Co., Wright, Esther Clark, 79  pgs. 
                   
7.  An old Newport loyalist Newport, R.I.: Bulletin of the Newport Historical Society, 1920, Wharton, Katharine Johnstone, 23  pgs. 
                   
8.  Captain John Hatfield : a genealogy of the descendants of Captain John Hatfield, loyalist, New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Hatfield, Abraham, 103  pgs. 
                   
9.  A partial list of the descendants of the Rev. George Gillmore, A.M., loyalist : of Horton and Windsor, Nova Scotia Boston, Mass.: Privately printed by H.C. Gillmore at the Press of C.B. Hogg, 1918, Tucker, Sidvin Frank, 25  pgs. 
                   
10.  Loyalist Clarks, Badgleys, and allied families Rutland, Vt.: Printed by Tuttle Pub. Co., Watson, Estelle Clark, 357  pgs. 
                   
11.  A genealogical history of the descendants of Peter White, of New Jersey, from 1670 : and of William White and Deborah Tilton, his wife, loyalists St. John, N.B.: Barnes & Co., 1906, White, James E., 130  pgs. 
                   
12.  The family record of James Froom, Sr., United Empire Loyalist of England, Vermont, and Upper Canada, and his descendants Indianapolis, Ind.: Froom, Grace Yager, 1975, 61  pgs. 

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