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Brian McConnell, UE Jun 19
Happy Loyalist Day Ontario, today June 19th. My 5th great grandfather was a United Empire Loyalist who settled near Prescott.
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UELAC Apr 19
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Brian McConnell, UE Jul 7
United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada vehicle plate
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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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John Kirkby Jul 4
Alt ...'The were generally those who had been settled in the thirteen colonies at the outbreak of the , who remained loyal to and took up the , and who settled in what is now at the end of the war.'
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Portia Corman Apr 20
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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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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 18 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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JaneAustenDance Mar 19
Did you know that receive 10% off my Weekend with , March 22-24 in Toronto?
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Brian McConnell, UE Jun 6
Article on NS Branch member of UELAC in "The Living Connection", Newsletter of Genealogical Association of NS, Vol. 5, No. 5, Nay 2019
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Gin Blossom Sep 2
Historic site of White Chapel. Not to be confused with Whitechapel @ Picton, Ontario
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MLA. Fiaz Muhammad Jun 19
Loyal then loyal forever devoted servants of faithful servants of God honest and industrious members of society and good neighbours. Happy day it was an honour to speak on behalf of Government of Saskatchewan
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Gin Blossom Sep 1
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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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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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Karen 1 Jul 18
Right back at you Jess. Blessed that our Irish/Scottish ancestors came to 🇨🇦 some via the as
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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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Gail Dever Aug 13
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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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