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Loyalist Directory: Angus McDonald

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Surname : McDonald
Given name : Angus
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Source : Muster Table HMS Clinton, Document # ADM 36/9966 Public Record Office, Kew, Surrey, England. Copied by Frank Davis, transcribed by Mette Griffin
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) : Passenger number 373 on HMS Clinton, picking up 14 Nov 1783 East River, NY, delivered to Port Roseway NS 13 Dec 1783. Women and children have been assigned to families based on surnames and may not be correct
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Wife Name : Mary McDonald (passenger number 486)
Children : Tho's McDonald [age 11] (passenger number 555); Dan'l McDonald [age 12] (passenger number 554); Rach'l McDonald [age 14] (passenger number 553); Cath McDonald [age 17] (passenger number 585); Mary McDonald [age 19] (passenger number 586); Hannah McDonald [age 20] (passenger number 584); Augustine McDonald [age 21] (passenger number 583)
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