Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War

Volume II: Official Rolls of Loyalists Recruited from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Those Recruited from Other Colonies for the British Legion, Guides and Pioneers, Loyal Foresters, and Queen's Rangers

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Author: Clark, Murtie June
Publication Date: 1981
Reprint Date: 1999
Pages: 687 pp.
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The second volume in this distinguished series deals with the Loyalist regiments from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Also treated are the British Legion, Guides and Pioneers, Loyal Foresters, and Queen’s Rangers–regiments that served in the Southern Campaign and were captured at Yorktown in October 1781. This work contains abstracts of all extant muster rolls, pay rolls, vouchers, certificates, petitions, and miscellaneous documents relating to the Loyalists who were recruited for duty in the Southern Campaign of the war as well as abstracts of documents relating to Loyalist dependents, prisoners, and sympathizers. In addition, as the rolls for the Virginia regiments mustered by Lord Dunmore have not been located, it contains a list of Virginia Loyalists compiled from treasury records, claims and other original sources, many never before available for research.

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