Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-129).
|Statement||by Paul J. Bunnell.|
|LC Classifications||Z1238 .B85 1990, E277 .B85 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||91115858|
This guide identifies the primary resources for researching Loyalist ancestors. It is intended primarily for genealogy researchers who: have reason to believe their ancestors were Loyalists; have been unable to locate American military records for Revolutionary-era ancestors (such "missing" ancestors may have participated on the Loyalist side)Author: Susan Kriete. Research guide to loyalist ancestors: a directory to archives, manuscripts, and published sources. [Paul J Bunnell] -- The author has attempted to list nearly every location of collected records regarding the American loyalists. Research guide to Loyalist ancestors: a directory to archives, manuscripts, published and electronic sources Statement of Responsibility: by Paul J. Bunnell. *R-USLHG ZB85 -- Research Guide to Loyalist Ancestors / by Paul J. Bunnell (Directory to archives, manuscripts, published and electronic sources) APK -- A bibliography of Loyalist source material in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain / ed. by Gregory Palmer; with a preface by Robert A. EastAuthor: Susan Kriete.
Burleigh Fonds – Queen’s University. Dr. H.C. Burleigh was a general practitioner and local historian in Bath, Ontario and Genealogist for the Bay of Quinte branch of the United Empire Loyalist Society. People wrote to him to conduct family history research and . How to Research Loyalist Ancestors Life as a Loyalist. Because of their beliefs, Loyalists in the Thirteen Colonies were often treated as traitors. Active Begin with a Literature Survey. If you have successfully traced your ancestry back to . Loyalist Resources on Ancestry Loyalists in the American Revolution Historical background 1 Irvine, Sherry and Dave Obee, Finding Your Canadian Ancestors: A Beginner’s Guide. Provo, Utah: Ancestry Publishing, Orderly Book of the Maryland Loyalists Regiment, J , to . Brenda Merriman’s book United Empire Loyalists: A Guide to Tracing Loyalist Ancestors in Upper Canada (Campbellville, Ont.; Global Genealogy, ) has information on Loyalists, records and other sources pertaining to them, and how to research Loyalist ancestors. There is a reference (non-circulating) copy in the Archives’ Reading Size: KB.
Get this from a library! Research guide to Loyalist ancestors: a directory to archives, manuscripts, and published sources. [Paul J Bunnell]. Guide to Finding a Loyalist Ancestor in Upper Canada (Ontario) is available in paperback or as an e-book on and on Other Loyalist genealogy records you will want to consult are Loyalist Muster Rolls for Butler's Rangers; Sir John Johnston's [Johnstone's] Brigade; King's Royal Regiment of New York (KRRNY); Men From the Turloch Militia who Joined KRRNY or Butler's . Reference: Research Guide to Loyalist Ancestors: A Directory to Archives, Manuscripts, Published and Electronic Sources (Updated and Revised) - B A B $ 8. Research Guide to Loyalist Ancestors [HIL-MICGDL EB88 ] 9. American Loyalist Claims [HIL- MICGDL EC] 10 Locating your Revolutionary War ancestor: a guide to the military records [HIL-MICGDL CSN42 ] United Empire Loyalists: a guide to tracing Loyalist ancestors in Upper Canada [HIL-MICGDL CSM ].