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Return of people settled in the district between the Nashwaak and the Madam Keyswick, 29 July 1785

Date:1785-07-29
Subjects:Adams, Isaac Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Bailey, Zachariah Of the Maryland Loyalists: apparently settled first between Nashwaak and Maugerville, then moves to between Keswick and Nashwaak
Baird, Enoch Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Baley, Zacharias Of the Maryland Loyalists p. 1
Benson, Isaac Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Bright, Philip Of the Loyal American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Brown, Alexander Of Captain [Travis] Refugees: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Brown, John Of the Queen's Rangers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Caldwell, Thomas Of II Battalion New Jersey Volunteers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Chandler, Thomas Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Clark, James Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwask
Clarke, Stephen Of the Loyal American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Cook, Daniel Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaaksis
Digby David McGibbon draws lot at
Eccles, James Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Emmerson, George Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Ferris, Larkin Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Fortune Apparently a Black servant, first for or a member of the Queens Rangers and later to A. Maxwell p. 3
Fuller, Barsheba Apparently by right of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Fuller, Daniel Of the King's American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Gibson, David Of the Guides & Pioneers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Grants of Land women draw, apparently in name of a particular regiment
Gray, James Of the Guides & Pioneers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Green, Thomas Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Greer, William Of the Pennsylvania Loyalists: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Guides and Pioneers Loyalist Regiment: disbanded members of settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Hallet, Daniel Of I Battalion DeLancey's Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Hickford, Dr. [ ] His [regiment]: Daniel Sickles a member of
Jones, Captain Caleb Of the Maryland Loyalists: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Joseph A Black: servant to James Eccles p. 3
Jouet, Zenoppen Jouett, Xenophon
Jouett, Xenophon [Of I Battalion New Jersey Volunteers]: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Kelly, Stephen Apparently a Black: servant to David Hallet p. 3
Ker, James Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Keswick Re location of Refugees
King, Peter Of the King's American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Leach, Isaac Of the Guides and Pioneers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Madam Keyswick Keswick
Manchester, Isaac Of III Battalion New Jersey Volunteers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Matthews, George Of Maryland Loyalists: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Maxwell, Andrew master of the [black] servant Fortune p. 3
Maxwell, Andrew Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
McFarlane, James Of the Queen's Rangers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
McGibbon, David Draws lot at Digby
Miller, John Of Pennsylvania Loyalists: settled between Keswick and Nashwaaksis
Morris, William - Of the Maryland Loyalists: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Musters of those between Keswick and the Nashwaak 1785/7/28
Ned III - A Nero servant to David Hallet p. 3
Ned IV - A Black servant to James Eccles p. 3
Blacks Daniel Hallet has Susan, Ned, and Stephen Kelly p. 3
Blacks James Eccles has Joseph and Ned p. 3
Neiler, Joshua - Of I Batt'n DeLancey's Reg't: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
P.W.A.R. Prince of Wales American Regiment
Parker, Elijah Of the Guides and Pioneers : settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Peck, Oliver Of the P.W.A.R.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Potter, Leven Of the P.W.A.R.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Refugees those settled between the Keswick and Nashwaak: list of from various regiments
Ryan, John Of the K.A.R.: settles between Keswick and Nashwaak
Ryan, Timothy Of the K.A.R.: settles between Keswick and Nashwaaksis
Sickles, Daniel Settled between Keswick and Nashwaak p. 1
Sickles, Lucy Appar. by right of the King's American Dragoons: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Sise, James Of the L.A.L.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Sise, Jane Widow, apparently of a member of the L.A.L.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Steenburgh, Cornelius Of the L.A.L.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Steenburgh, James Of the New YorkV.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Steenburgh, Mary Widow, apparently of a member of the L.A.L.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Tod, Mix Of the P.W.A.R.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Vail, Peter Of the P.W.A.R.: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Wall, Mary Daughter of Patrick W. of the Guides and Pioneers: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
Wall, Patrick Sergeant P.W. Of the Guides and Pioneers: father of Mary Wall q.v.
[Cremer], William Of the Prince of Wales American Regiment: settled between Keswick and Nashwaak
[Travis], Captain James His group of Refugees
Source:Vol. 4-104
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