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Loyalist Directory: Joseph (1st cousin to Thomas UE, John UE, Abel UE) Flewelling

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Surname : Flewelling
Given name : Joseph (1st cousin to Thomas UE, John UE, Abel UE)
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Where Resettled : St John, NB
Status as Loyalist :  
Proof of Loyalty : Claims, American Loyalists, Series II, New Claims: New Brunswick, AO 13, Bundle 21, pp. 172-173, reel B-2192 PAC
PRO, AO 12 Vol. 25 p. 183, Reel B-1160 PAC, 12MAR1786, 31JAN1787
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Regiment : Claimant joined the British at Morrisina and continued within the Lines. He served a little time under Colonel Delancey.
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Settled before war : North Castle in the County of Westchester in the Province of New York
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Biography : Joseph's claim 3 April 1786, states, in part: The memorial of Joseph Flewwelling most humbly showeth That your Honours Memmorilist Late of North Castle in the County of Westchester in the Province of New York was obliged after Suffering many insults and losses by the then Rebels in account of his firm attachment to the British Constitution to make his Escape and Did find protection in New York in the month of March in the year 1781 and in the Month of April following had his Wife and four small children sent to him with very little Effects and Did Remain in his Majesty Lines until he Embarked with his family in the year 1783 in the Month of September for the Province of New Brunswick.
Claimant joined the British at Morrisina and continued within the Lines. He served a little time under Colonel Delancey. He had sold his land to his Brother, he moved on to another place belonging to a Rebel and carried his own Stock there. A couple of Horses, some Sheep - Some took one thing and some another.
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Sources : Information from Thomas A Murray, thomasamurray@hotmail.com
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