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|1.||Records of Old Revolutionary Soldiers and Their Widows
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
An Act passed in 1839 allowed for the distressed soldiers or their widows to apply for a pension of ten pounds per annum. There were two major types of records resulting from this pension process: petitions and schedules of payments. The petitions contain much detail on the history and life of the ...
Alberta Family Histories Society
This web site contains a List of people from Alberta who applied for the status of United Empire loyalists; this list was compiled in 2004 by James (Jim) Stewart.
|3.||Early Settlers in the Chaleur Bay area of Quebec, 1786
Robert C. Fisher
This website lists the returns of men who swore the Oath of Allegiance to the Crown before Lieutenant-Governor Nicholas Cox, from the communities of Paspebiac, Hopetown, Port Daniel, Coxes Lakes, New Lake, and New Carlisle. Most of the men were loyalists from the American colonies or soldiers from d...
|4.||Loyalist Muster Roll Index
On the trail of our ancestors
This site contains the nominal lists of the 4th Battalion of the New Jersey Volunteers, of the Loyal American Regiments and of the New York Volunteers.
|5.||Index to Loyalist Muster Rolls
Olive Tree Genealogy
This site contains a list of the Loyalist and British Muster Rolls for: the Regiments of Foot, the 42nd (Blackwatch Highlanders), 7th Mongomeries Highlanders, 77th Regiment Of Foot or First Highland Battalion America, 78th Fraser Highlanders, Nine Independant companies of Foot and New York Volunte...
|6.||Online Searchable Names Index - Quinte
Ontario Genealogical Society - Quinte Branch
This website contains a searchable name index for finding ancestors in Hastings County, Prince Edward County and Northumberland County; the first areas to be settled by United Empire Loyalists in 1784. Extensive resources include family histories, cemetery transcriptions, local newspaper indexes, bu...