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Ripples on the St. John River in Loyalist days
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This volume of papers contains a wealth of material pertaining to the early settlement of the St. John River. The records begin well before the American Revolution and a number of the inhabitants listed were pre-Loyalist settlers who sided with the Rebels during the Revolution. Sep 12, · That was the Studholm Report, and it was and is the best census available of Saint John River inhabitants on disputed lands immediately before the Loyalists moved in. Many New Brunswickers have Loyalist roots but many also have pre-Loyalist roots that don’t receive as much attention as they should. There are relatives here!
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"To the St. John Loyalist Society this book is respectfully dedicated by the author J.C.T." Reproduction of original in: National Library of Canada. # CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; schema:name " Ripples on the St. John River in Loyalist days. "@en. Loyalist Days in The Loyalist City - Saint John, New Brunswick.
likes · 17 talking about this. Photos and information about Loyalist Days of the past held in Saint John, New Brunswick. May 18th Followers: Abstract "To the St. John Loyalist Society this book is respectfully dedicated by the author J.C.T."Electronic cinemavog-legrauduroi.com of access: Internet A review of British diplomacy and its fruits: "The dream of the United Empire Loyalists of " (London, S.
Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, ), by R. Haliburton (page images at HathiTrust) The United Empire Loyalists: A Chronicle of the Great Migration, by W. Stewart Wallace (Gutenberg ebook) More items available under narrower terms. Turnbull, J.C.
Ripples on the St John River in Loyalist Days (Saint John, ). Turner, Larry. Voyage of A Different Kind: The Associated Loyalists of Kingston and Adolphustown (Belleville, ).
Turner, Wesley B. Life in Upper Canada (Toronto, ). United Empire Loyalist Committee. The life of John Howes, a Loyalist of the memorable revolution of [electronic resource]: his attachment to the mother country, his banishment to Nova Scotia, his eternal hatred to the United States flag, his subsequent piratical cruelties on the eastern coast during the late struggles of and Nov 22, · Took the tour around the house.
Very well cared for indeed and the antiques in this house are wonderful. Had the full tour around the house, and learnt about the old day/5(67). Apr 19, · A large collection of used vinyl, priced well.
I never thought vinyl would come back. We are very fortunate to have three great stores in Saint John (Backstreet Records, Loyalist City Coins & Books and Second Spin)/5().
Detailed information about the coin Souvenir Trade Dollar, Saint John, New Brunswick, * Tokens *, with pictures and collection and swap management: mintage, descriptions, metal, weight, size, value and other numismatic data.
Oct 30, · Loyalist is a term that carries a lot of significance in parts of Canada, but Saint John actually calls itself the Loyalist City, and with good reason: It was founded by, and for, American refugees.
My boyfriend and I started coming to The Loyalist a couple of years ago, before everyone started discovering the deliciousness of their famous Loyalist burger. Now, every time I book my flight to Chicago, I immediately also book reservations to the Loyalist. With some advanced planning, you're usually able to score some reasonable reservations.4/5().
Jul 01, · More than 35, United Empire Loyalist moved to the Maritime Provinces from to On April 26,the first or "spring" fleet set sail from New York City and landed at the mouth of the St. John River, then part of Nova Scotia.
Sep 22, · Free Online Library: The diary of Sarah Frost, the sounds and silences of a woman's exile (1). by "Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada"; Library and information science Languages and linguistics Diaries United States history Confederation, Revolution, United States history, (Confederation).
In his publication, “ Loyalists of Little River”, Clifford gives several home remedies that were used when he was growing up in Ripples. By the way the name change from Little River to Ripples came about in when the CPR line was established and a name was required for the station house that would also house the post office.
This project is to gather information about the people who received the grants along the Niagara River, and to add family information about them especially if they were Loyalist.
The project involves searching Land Registry Offices for names of original land grantees of lots along the Niagara River Parkway, from Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake. LOYALIST SETTLEMENT IN PRESENT DAY ONTARIO THE ROYAL TOW NSHIPS (EASTERN ONTARIO) Bylarge numbers of refugees had gathered at St.
John's, on the Richelieu River and in the vicinity of Sorel at the mouth of the Richelieu River. New York City, which never fell to the rebel forces, was also home to many Loyalists. For years this conservatism of the St. John River country, until recently the heart of New Brunswick province, was responsible for the fact that New Brunswick had one of the lowest per capita income averages in the whole country.
Power plants came late to the St. John. Loyalist House is a museum and National Historic Site located in uptown Saint John, New Brunswick. It was the home of the prosperous Merritt family, who occupied from its completion in until It was taken over by the New Brunswick Historical Society in Its current address is.
Between andRev. John Beardsley paddled a canoe up and down the St. John River to perform christenings, marriages, funerals, and worship services. In the Poughkeepsie vicar was given charge of the Anglican Church in Maugerville, a community just above the Long Reach of .History records that the French explorers Sieur de Monts and Samuel De Champlain, arrived at the mouth of what is now the St.
John River on June 24,feast day of St. John the Baptist and named the River in the Saint's honour.Perhaps five of their ten surviving children were born in Scotland before they sailed for America intravelling via Fort "St.
John and Lake Champlain" to the Mohawk River Valley where John leased a acre lot in Kortright Patent, NY, from Sir William Johnson.