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Fort Havoc (Wallace Hale)

Info Le langage employé dans les textes est celui utilisé par Wallace Hale. Les documents dont les Archives provinciales font l’acquisition ne sont pas traduits de la langue dans laquelle ils ont été produits.

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Refugees at New York

Bound for Nova Scotia

 

Name Men Women Children
________, William 1 1 3
Anderson, Walter4 1    
Armstrong, John 1 1 4
Aston, Caleb 1    
Babcock, David 1 1 1
Bain, George2 1 1 1
Belchor, Adam4 1    
Benson, Garret 1    
Benson, Mathew 1 1 6
Bent, Joshua 1 1  
Berry, John2 1 1 3
Betts, Azor, junr.1 1 1 7
Boyle, Adam1 1 1 1
Brag, John4 1 1 1
Bukeley, Widow 0 1 2
Burnet, William1    4 1    
Cadeson, John 1 1 6
Cane, James 1 1 1
Carr, John2 1 1  
Causman, John 1    
Concklin, Samuel2 1    
Corchran, William2 1 1 2
Cosman, James1 1    
Coutant, Isaac 1 1 1
Coutant, John 1 1 3
Cropley, William2 1    
Dawson, David 1 1 2
Dean, Samuel 1 1 3
Demoray [Demoreau ?], Albert 1    
Demoray, David 1 1 2
DeMoray, William 1    
Dior, George 1    
Dior, Henry 1    
Dior, John 1    
Dior, Widow 0 1 1
Earl, Peter 1 1 4
Fanndry, Michael 1 1  
Ferdon (Fordon), Jacob 1 1 5
Ferdon, John 1 1  
Fitzgerald, John2 1 1  
Flachan, John 1 1  
Galloway, George 1 1 2
Goldsmith, Steven4 1    
Green, John2 1 1 2
Green, William2 1 1 2
Grissell, Samuel 1 1 1
Gunnel, John4 1 1 1
Hall, Cornelius1    4 1 1 1
Harding, Capt. George1 1 1 3
Harding, George, junr.1   4 1    
Harding, Valentine2 1    
Harding, Capt. William1   4 1 1 4
Hass, Frederick 1 1 4
Hauser, Capt. Frederick2   4 1 1 3
Headen, Richard 1 1  
Helm [Helem, Helms], Henry1 1 1 3
Hendricks, Conrad1 1 1 6
Herdon, Samuel 1 1 5
Herring, Abraham 1 1 2
Holmes, Joseph 1 1 2
How, William 1 1 6
Hubbird, George 1 1 4
Huston, James4 1 1 5
James, William 1 1 7
Jenckins, John3   4 1    
Jinckins, William4 1 1 4
Johnson, Isaac 1 1 2
Lantner, Lenard 1 1 4
Lenos, Peter, Lieutenant 1    
Lisk, John 1    
Lounsbury, Gilbert4 1 1  
Lounsbery, Joseph2 1    
Lounsberry, Michael4 1    
Lynch, Thomas 1 1 6
McClannon, Thomas S. 1 1 1
McClanton, Alexander 1 1 4
McCurdy, Arch. 1    
McGuin, Daniel 1 1 3
McKenny, William4 1 1 2
Malloway, Caleb 1 1 1
Mallows, Samuel2 1 1 1
Marns, John 1 1  
Miller, John2 1    
More, Jeremiah4 1 1 3
Ness, New, Deputy 1 1 3
Northrop, Joseph4 1 1 1
Parsel, Abraham 1 1 1
Parsels, John 1 1 7
Patrick, Adam1 1 1 1
Peak, James 1 1 6
Pell, Joshua 1 1 2
Pemberton, Jeremiah4 1 1 3
Peterson, John 1 1 1
Prince, Daniel 1 1 1
Redenhouse, William 1    
Richardson, Maxwell 1 1 2
Rickey [Richie or Ritchie ?], John 1 1 4
Robinson, Frederick4 1 1 1
Roblin, Owen 1 1 4
Roblin, Philip 1 1 4
Russel, Alexander1 1 1  
Schnider [Snider ?], Jacob2 1 1 4
Sealy, Ebenezer1 1 1 3
Sharp, Alexander1   4 1    
Sharp, Samuel1 1 1 4
Shutz [Shultz, Shults], Peter 1 1 5
Smith, Austin4 1 1 5
Smith, James2   4 1    
Smith, John 1   1
Smith, Richard2 1 1 1
Spencer, Headley 1 1 4
Stevens, John 1 1  
Thompson, Richard2 1    
Truesdale, John4 1 1 5
Truesdel, James4 1    
Truesdell, Alpheus4 1    
Twaddle, James2   4 1 1 5
Ward, George 1    
Ward, Jonas4 1    
Ward, Roger 1 1 2
Ward, Major Thomas4 1 1 2
Warrington, James 1 1  
Washborn, Ebenezer4 1 1 7
Wells, Andrew 1    
Wells, George 1 1 4
Welyea [Wylly ?], John 1 1 2
White, William2 1 1 3
Williams, William, junr.1 1 1  
Total 127 92 252
 

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1.    Name and family data match that in the tabulated Loyalist data in David Bell's Early Loyalist Saint John, supporting a reasonable assumption that they went to New Brunswick at the evacuation.

2.    While similar name(s) appear in Esther Clark Wright's Loyalists of New Brunswick, the data is insufficient to confirm identity.

3.    This would seem to be the same individual appearing in D. G. Bell's Early Loyalist Saint John.

4.    Listed in the Return of Men, Women & Children arrived at Annapolis from New York, 19 October, 1782.


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