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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
Rank : Private 
Where Resettled : America
Status as Loyalist :  
Source : 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. 
Loyalist Genealogy :  
Family History :  
Family Genealogy :  
Other Info : 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.
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