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The Loyalists in Ontario : the sons and daughters of the American Loyalists of Upper Canada

William D. Reid
Reid, William D. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Lambertville, New Jersey : Hunterdon House, c1973
vii, 418 p.

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The names of the sons and daughters of Loyalists are extracted from the Orders-In-Council's "thousands of references to the land grants made to [them] ... [and are arranged] systematically under the name of the Loyalist parent. ... The references in the Orders-In-Council (O.C.) generally provide, in the case of sons, only the name of the petitioner, his place of residence, and the name of his father - the Loyalist through whom he claimed the land grant. In the case of daughters, the reference states the name of her husband, their place of residence and the name of her father. All other information [dates, etc.] is extraneous to this basic record and consists of data found ... in other sources."--Introd.

Names are arranged alphabetically. Includes an index of "stray names."

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