Information on the Loyalists
Loyalist Directory: Jacob Walradt, (aka. Walrath, Walrad, Waldradt, Waidrad, Waldrad)
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|Surname :||Walradt, (aka. Walrath, Walrad, Waldradt, Waidrad, Waldrad)|
|Given name :||Jacob|
|Where Resettled :||America|
|Status as Loyalist :|
|Proof of Loyalty :||UE List (Vide: Other Info, below) and Supplementary List|
|Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :|
|Regiment :||King’s Royal Regiment of New York, 1st and 2nd Battalions.|
|Enlistment Date :||25 June, 1780.|
|Date & Place of Birth :||1761, Tryon Co., New York.|
|Settled before war :||Tryon County, New York|
|Date & Place of Death :|
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|Wife Name :|
|Children :||Margaret Walradt m. Harmanous House, U.E. (see Loyalist Directory entry for Harmanous House), |
other children unknown.
|Biography :||Descendant of Palatine immigrants|
|Proven Descendants :|
|Military Info :||Credited with 1 yr. in 1st Battalion KRRYN and 1780-84 in 2nd Battalion KRRYN. Oct. 1782 in Crawford’s Company. (See page 330 of Gavin Watts revised edition of the History and Master Roll of the KRRYN).|
Loyalist Lists by Fitzgerald shows Jacob Waidrad on page 88 as a labourer from New York -- this may mean he was on King’s Service in the KRRYN.
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|Sources :||Old UE List shows Jacob Waldradt on page 331 of the Centennial Celebrations published in 1885: "S To the States Soldier Loyal Rangers." |
In Judge Pringle’s Book Lunenburg or The Old Eastern District (1890), Jacob Wadradt is shown on page 401 as a Loyal Ranger and his name added in the NAMES INSERTED ON U. E. LIST BY ORDER OF THE HONOURABLE THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
Information submitted by David Clark.