NORTH CAROLINA LOYALISTS DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
While these lists do not claim to include the names of all the Tories of the state, they are representative of that group who were interested enough to take an active part. Prior to making these transcripts it was impossible to locate by name or profession any considerable number of Tories in the state. The names given here and in the following appendices probably include the greater number of the more prominent Loyalists. - Robert DeMond
Robert DeMond, Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution. Copyright 1940, Duke University Press, Durham, NC. All rights reserved.
Table of Contents
Appendix A - List of Loyalists - most of these names are those of soldiers, but there are a few widows and orphans listed. Appendix B - Land Confiscated - these names include those who lost their real estate and those who bought the land. Appendix C - Loyalist Claims - these are claims filed by those who remained loyal to obtain recompense. Appendix D - Pension Rolls - these names also include the widows and their children of those who served with the British.
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