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Brian McConnell, UE Apr 6
Largest United Empire Loyalist gravesite in SW Nova Scotia at Trinity Church in Digby. The Parish was established in 1785.
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Brian McConnell, UE Apr 13
Nova Scotia Branch of celebrates 5th anniversary at St. George's Round Church in Halifax
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Kim Broadbent Sep 15
Listened to a lecture on the thinking I didn't know much about that time period. Quickly realized that through my love of and as well as my research on and I oddly knew quite a lot of random context
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Brian McConnell, UE Oct 27
Enjoyed making presentation today for Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia on "The United Empire Loyalists & You"
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Dr. Paul May 18
Today in 1783, the 1st -known to American Patriots as -arrived in Canada to take refuge under the British crown in , Saint John, Nova Scotia (now New Brunswick), Canada-located on the Bay of Fundy just north of what is now the state of Maine.
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Brian McConnell, UE Apr 13
Name of United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada appears listed with other donors who helped restore St. George's Round Church in Halifax, NS after terrible fire in 1994.
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Brian McConnell, UE Nov 3
Interesting notice for Loyalist Days in Saint John, New Brunswick in 1983
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CDNMisanthrope Jul 4
Replying to @DearAuntCrabby
We’ll bring chocolates, too. ❤️ from the . 😁 Happy 4th civil war!
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Brian McConnell, UE Mar 13
Spring Meeting of Nova Scotia Branch to be held April 13, 2019 in historic St. George's Round Church in Halifax
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Alex Luyckx Mar 6
Upper Canada, a Province Born out of the American Revolution, forged in the fires of 1812, Americans, Loyalists, and The War
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UELoyalistsBridgeAnnex Nov 23
The first full colour Loyalist Gazette is on it’s way and should be arriving soon!
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Portia Corman Apr 20
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Joel Holmes Jan 3
Replying to @princss6 @NAACP and 3 others
Maybe the govt. (out of funds due to the ), should check the 1810 or earlier , and sue the who had supported and (mostly) later emigrated to , etc.!
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JaneAustenDance Mar 19
Did you know that receive 10% off my Weekend with , March 22-24 in Toronto?
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Gail Dever Aug 13
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Brian McConnell, UE Nov 14
Short videos from historical sites and loyalist graves in Nova Scotia can be viewed here
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Gin Blossom Sep 1
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Recorder and Times Oct 4
A chance encounter on the Danube brought the Buell family sword back to
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Karen Jul 1
Right back at you Jess. Blessed that our Irish/Scottish ancestors came to 🇨🇦 some via the as
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Brian McConnell, UE 16h
Have you a favourite book on Nova Scotia Loyalists? via
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