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Loyalist Directory: John; Sr. Pickle

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Surname : Pickle
Given name : John; Sr.
Rank : Private
Where Resettled : Fredericksburgh
Status as Loyalist :  
Proof of Loyalty : Executive Council Loyalist List RG 1 L7; UEL List
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : 2nd Battalion KRRNY
Enlistment Date : 25 August 1780
Date & Place of Birth : 1745 Germany
Settled before war : Williamsborough, Tryon, New York
Date & Place of Death : 1803 Fredericksburgh
Place of Burial : McCabe Cemetery, north shore Hay Bay
Wife Name : Mary Anne
Children : Katherine
John
Henry
Nancy
Susannah
Biography : Had 100 acres of land on a lease, 60 acres cleared with a house and barn. His house was framed and very good. He had 5 horses, 5 cows, 2 heifers, 20 hogs, farming utensils and furniture. The rebel scouts took 15 pounds York from him.
Proven Descendants :  
Military Info : Private in 2KRRNY 1780-84 Told to stay at home by Col. Claus to assist scouts etc. Never joined the rebels in any respect and was in consequence disarmed and confined. Arrived at St. John's from Mohawk River 16 Aug 1780
Loyalist Genealogy :  
Family History : In 1786 in Cataraqui township with wife, 2 boys over 10 and 2 girls over 10.
Family Genealogy : Katherine m. George Schriver UE 3 March 1789
Nancy m. John Black 3 April 1803
Sources : In the Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, parts 1 & 2. his claims
5 feet 7 inches tall
Information submitted by Maralynn Wilkinson
ancestor1780@gmail.com
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