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Abbott, Susan Woodruff. Woodruff Genealogy: Descendants of Mathew Woodruff of Farmington, Connecticut (Milford, 1963).

Abler, Thomas S. "Kaien Kwaahton Sayenqueraghta (Old Smoke)." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Abler, Thomas S. "Kayahsota." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Adair, Douglas, and John A Schutz, eds. Peter Oliver's Origin and Progress of the American Revolution: A Tory View (San Marino, 1961).

Addison, A.P. "Robert Addison of Niagara." Canadian Journal of Religious Thought, 1 (1924).

Akers, Charles W. "New Hampshire's 'Honorary ' Lieutenant Governor: John Temple and the American Revolution." Historical New Hampshire, 30 (Summer, 1975).

Allaire, Anthony. "Diary of Lieutenant Anthony Allaire of Ferguson's Corps." In Lyman C. Draper, King's Mountain and Its Heroes (Cincinnati, 1881).

Allen, Robert S. "Mr. Secretary Jarvis: William Jarvis of Connecticut and York." In Phyllis R. Blakeley and John Grant, eds. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution (Toronto, 1982).

Allison, Leonard. The Rev Oliver Arnold, First Rector of Sussex, New Brunswick,... (Saint John, 1892).

Amory, Martha B. The Domestic and Artistic Life of John Singleton Copely, RA (Boston, 1882).

Anderson, Thomas Grummersal. "Reminisces of Captain Thomas Grummersal Anderson." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Anderson, David G. "John Bethune of Glengarry, 1751-1815." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

Anonymous. "Michael Witman, Loyalist." Lancaster County Historical Society, Papers, 14 (September, 1910).

Anonymous. "Obituary of George Brouse." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Anonymous. "Obituary of the Hon John Willson." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Anonymous. "Colonel Arent Schuyler DePeyster, The King's Regiment." White Horse and Fleur de Lys, 3 (1964).

Anonymous. "Colonel Arent De Plister." The Kingsman, The Journal of the King's Regiment, 3 (1931-33).

Anonymous. "The Witmore Family." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 8 (1901).

Archibald, Mary. Molly Brant, 1736-1796. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd.

Archibald, Mary. "Sir John Johnson of Johnson Hall: Knight of the Revolution." In Phyllis R. Blakeley and John N. Grant. Eleven Exiles (Toronto, 1982).

Archibald, Mary. Joseph Durfee, ?-1801. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd.

Archibald, Mary. "Joseph Durfee: Shelburne Pioneer." In Phyllis R. Blakeley and John N. Grant, Eleven Exiles (Toronto, 1982).

Archibald, Mary. "Gideon White, Loyalist." Shelburne Historical Society, 1975.

Armstrong, Frederick H. "Alexander Aitken (Aitkin)." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Arthur, Elizabeth. "Henry Hamilton." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Arthur, Elizabeth. "Adam Mabane." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Austin, Grace. "The Story of Philip Buck, Loyalist." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

Bail, Hamilton W. "Zadock Wright: That 'Devilish' Tory of Hartland." Vermont History, 36 (Autumn, 11968).

Bailyn, Bernard. The Ordeal of Thomas Hutchinson (Cambridge, 1974).

Baker, R.P. "Poetry of Jacob Bailey, Loyalist." New England Quarterly, 2 (January, 1929).

Baker, Henry. "Why Did Benjamin Thompson (Count Rumford) Become a Tory?" Magazine of History, 8 (September, October 1908).

Barker, John S. "A Brief History of David Barker, UEL." Ontario History, 3 (1901).

Barnhart, J.D. Henry Hamilton and George Rogers Clark in the American Revolution, with the Unpublished Journal of Lieut Governor Henry Hamilton (Crawford, 1951).

Barnwell, Robert Woodward, Jr. "George Harland Hartley's Claim for Losses as a Loyalist." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 51 (January, 1950).

Bates, Roger. "Testimonial of Roger Bates, of the Township of Hamilton, District of Newcastle, Now Living on His Farm Near Cobourg." in James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Baxter, John B.M. Simon Baxter: The First United Empire Loyalist to Settle in New Brunswick: His Ancestry and Descendants (Saint John, 1943).

Belknap, Waldron P. The De Peyster Genealogy (Boston, 1956).

Berkin, Carol. Jonathan Sewall: Odyssey of an American Loyalist (New York, 1974).

Berry, J.B. "Ward Chipman Diary: A Loyalist's Return to New England in 1783." Essex Institute of Salem, Collections, 87 (1951).

Bessey, Robert Kenneth. The Bessey Family, United Empire Loyalists: Their Place in Canada's History (Vancouver, 1978).

Betz, Peter C. "Edward Wall, a Loyalist in Conflict." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 2, Fall, 1998).

Biasco, Cunthia Brott. Descendants of Albert and Andriessen Bradt (1910).

Bickford, Christopher P. "In the King's Pay: Two Customs Officials in New Haven, 1774-1776." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 42 (January 1977).

Blakeley, Phyllis R. "Charles Baker." Dictionary of Canadian Biography(1987).

Blakeley, Phyllis R. Boston King, 1760-1802. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd.

Blakeley, Phyllis R. "Boston King: A Negro Loyalist Who Sought Refuge in Nova Scotia." Dalhousie Review, 48 (1968).

Blakeley, Phyllis R. "Boston King: A Black Loyalist." In Phyllia R. Blakeley and John N. Grant. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution (Toronto, 1982).

Blakeley, Phyllis R. "Francis Green: For Honour and the King." In Phyllia R. Blakeley and John N. Grant. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution (Toronto, 1982).

Blais, Marie-Celine, and Jacque Morin. "Michael Blais." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Boa, Ann Jarvis. My Eventful Life: Stephen Jarvis, 1756-1840 (Montreal, 2002).

Boss, Judy. William Schurman, 1743-1819. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd.

Boucher, Jonathan. "Letters of Rev Jonathan Boucher." Maryland History Magazine, 8 (1913).

Boucher, Jonathan. Reminiscences of an American Loyalist, 1783-1789: Being the Autobiography of the Reverend Jonathan Boucher… (Boston, 1925).

Bowden, Edwin T. The Satiric Poems of John Trumbell (Austin, 1962).

Bowerman, A.C. "Genealogical List of the Bull Family of the County of Prince Edward." Ontario History, 5 (1904).

Bowman, Larry. "The Court-Martial of Captain Richard Lippincot." New Jersey History, 89 (Spring, 1971).

Bowler, R. Arthur. "John Montressor." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Bowler, R. Arthur, and Bruce G. Wilson. "John Butler." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Boyd, Julian P. Anglo-American Union: Joseph Galloway's Plan to Preserve the British Empire (Philadelphia, 1941).

Boyce, Gerald E. "George Singleton." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Bradt, T.W. Bradt, Hansler, and Peart Family Histories (Selkirk, 1930).

Braisted, Todd W. "Captain Samuel Hayden: New Jersey Volunteer, King's American Ranger, Watchmaker and Tyrant." The 'Greens,' the Newsletter of the 4th Battalion, New Jersey Volunteers, 4 (July, 1992).

Brant, Clare. The Man in the Mirror: The Life of Benedict Arnold (New York, 1994).

Brooks, E.A. "The Little World of Robert Addison, First Priest of Niagara, 1792-1829." Canadian Church Historical Society, Journal, 4 (1960-62)

Bryce, Peter H. "Sir John Johnson, Baronet: Superintendent of Indian Affairs, 1743-1830." New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal, 9 (July, 1928).

Buchner, Philip. "Ward Chipman." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 6 (1987).

Buchner, Philip. "Jonathan Bliss." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 6 (1987).

Buckley, Richard. Early Entrepreneurs of Little Falls, NY: John Porteous, Alexander Ellice and Edward Ellice (Little Falls, 1996).

Bumstead, John Michael. "Sir James Montgomery and Prince Edward Island, 1767-1803." Acadiensis, 7 (1977-78).

Bumstead, John Michael. "Captain John MacDonald and the Island." Island Magazine, 6 (Spring-Summer, 1979).

Burke, Kathleen. "I Was Everything When With You, But Here, Nobody: Upper Canada's First Surveyor General Returns to Britain." Ontario History, 91 (Spring, 1999).

Burleigh, H.C. Deforests of Avesnes and Kast, McGinnis (Kingston, 1977).

Burns, Brian. "Mad Jack M'Alpine, A Soldier of the King." Vermont History, 51 (Summer, 1983).

Burroughs, Peter. "John Parr." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Burt, Alan. "Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, 1724-1808." Canadian Historical Association, Historical Booklet No 5.

Buscombe, Donald A. The 1798 Backus Mills of Long Point: A Family Review (Port Dover, 1977).

Butler, Darrel. "Ward Chipman, Senior: A Founding Father of New Brunswick. In Phyllis R. Blakeley and John N. Grant. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution (Toronto, 1982).

Butler, David. Hannah Ingraham, 1772-189. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd.

Butterfield, Consul Willshire. History of the Girtys (Columbus, 1950).

Codman, Martha C. The Journal of Mrs John Amory (Boston, 1925).

Cahill, J.B. "Alexander Bryner." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 6 (1987).

Caisse, Frances. "Godefroy de Tonnancour, Louis-Joseph." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Caley, Percy B. "The Life Adventures of Lieutenant Colonel John Connolly: The Story of a Tory." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 11 (1928).

Campbell, Colin. "Lieutenant Colonel George Campbell, King's American Regiment." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 137 (October, 1983).

Canniff, William. History of the Province of Ontario (Upper Canada), Including Biographies of Prominent First Settlers and the Census of 1871 (Toronto, 1872).

Carnochan, Janet. "Inscriptions and Graves in the Niagara Peninsula." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 19 (1910).

Carnochan, Janet. "Inscriptions and Graves in the Niagara Peninsula." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 10 (1902).

Carnochan, Janet. "Palatine Hill." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 5 (1914).

Carnochan, Janet. "The United Empire Loyalists." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 31(nd).

Carnochan, Janet. "Colonel Daniel MacDougal and Valuable Documents." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 23(nd).

Carnochan, Janet. "Names Only, But Much More." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 27(nd).

Carnochan, Janet. "The United Empire Loyalists." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 37 (1925).

Carry, Catharine S. "The Tory and the Spy: The Double Life of James Rivington." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 16 (1959).

Carscallen, H.G., and A.B. Carscallen. "Edward Carscallen, UE, circa 1730-1803." Ontario History, 25 (1929).

Cartmell, Charles E. "The Bliss Civil War, 1775-1783: A Family Divided." Loyalist Gazette, 35 (No 2, Fall, 1997).

Cartwright, Richard. "Richard Cartwright's Journey to Canada." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Cartwright, Conway Edward. Life and Letters of the Late Hon. Richard Cartwright... (Toronto, 1876).

Cashin, Edward J. The King's Ranger: Thomas Brown and the American Revolution on the Southern Frontier (Athens, 1989).

Chadwick, Edward Marion. Ontario Families: Genealogies of United Empire Loyalists and Other Pioneer Families of Upper Canada (Toronto, 1894-98).

Charters, David A. "Walter Butler." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Charters, David A., and Stuart R.J. Sutherland. "Joseph Goreham (Gorham)." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Chartrand, Rene. "Sergeant Vrooman, Butler's Rangers, c. 1783." Military Collector and Historian, 34 (Winter, 1982).

Chipman, Willis. "The Life and Times of Major Samuel Holland, Surveyor General, 1764-1801." Ontario History, 21 (1924).

Chipman, R.M. The Chipman Lineage, Particularly in Essex County, Massachusetts." Essex Institute of Salem, Collections 11 (1871).

Clark, John. "James (Jaques) Baby." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 6 (1987).

Clark, John. "Memoirs of Colonel John Clark of Port Dalhousie, CW." Ontario History, 7 (1906).

Clark, Michael D. "Jonathan Boucher's Causes and Consequences." In Lawrence Leder, ed., The Colonial Legacy: The Loyalist Historians (New York, 1971).

Clow, Edgar. "The 'Stone for Sara' Revisited." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 2, Fall, 1998).

Coleman, John M. "Joseph Galloway and the British Occupation of Philadelphia." Pennsylvania History, 30 (July, 1963).

Coleman, John M. "The Treason of Ralph Morden and Robert Land." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 79 (October, 1955).

Colthart, James M. "Robert Ellis." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Colthart, James M. Edward Ellice and North America. (Ann Arbor, 1971

Cooke, Jacob E. "Tench Coxe: Tory Merchant." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 96 (January, 1972).

Cooke, W. Martha, and Bruce G. Wilson. "James Peachey." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Condon, Ann Gorman. "The Journal of Samuel Curwen, Loyalist." Acadiensis, 3rd Series, 1 (Autumn, 1973).

Connolly, John. "A Narrative of the Transactions, Imprisonment and Suffering of John Connolly, An American Loyalist and Lieut. Col. In His Majesty's Service." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 12 (1888).

Coombe, Donald L. John Garner of Niagara (Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1979).

Coupe, Linda. And Your Petitioner Will Ever Pray: 1789-1789 (Bolton, 2006).

Crowder, Norman, and Ruth Crowder. William Crowder, Loyalist (Nepean, 1984).

Crowson, E.T. "John Saunders: An Exiled Virginia Loyalist and a Founder of New Brunswick." Virginia Cavalcade, 27 (Autumn, 1977).

Crozier, Ida Florence Wright. The Family History of Lewis and Mary Felker, 1757-1988 (Hamilton, 1988).

Crozier, Ida Florence Wright. The Family History of John Frederick Felker and Mary Bentley, 1757-1991 (Hamilton, 1991).

Crozier, Ida Florence Wright. A Green Genealogy (Hamilton, 19--).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "Robert Dickson, the Indian Trader." Wisconsin Historical Collections, 2 (1892).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "The Adventures of Robert Stevens, a Forgotten Loyalist Pioneer in Upper Canada." Ontario History, 33 (1939).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "A Memoir of Lieutenant Colonel John Macdonell, of Glengarry House, First Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada." Ontario History, 22 (1925).

Crysler, John M. History of that Branch of the Crysler Family Who Settled in the Niagara Peninsula (Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1936).

Crysler, Adam. "Journal of Adam Crysler." in James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Curwen, Samuel. Journal and Letters of the Late Samuel Curwen (New York, 1842).

Curwen, Samuel. Journals and Letters, 1775-1784 (New York, 1842).

Cuthbertson, Brian. The Loyalist Governor: Biography of Sir John Wentworth (Halifax, 1983).

Davis, Andrew F. The Confiscation of John Chandler's Estate (Boston, 1903).

Davis, Ralph Harold. The Davis Family of Connecticut, New York, Brier Island and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia: A History and Genealogy (Halifax, 1997).

Davis, Robert S. "Portrait of a Governor." Atlanta Historical Journal, 26 (1982).

DeLancey, Stephen. "A Loyalist Attorney's Critique on the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 1786." Nova Scotia Historical Review, 11 (1991).

Delbanco, Nicholas. "Rumford." American Heritage, 44 (1993).

Dendy, John Oliver. "Frederick Haldimand and the Defence of Canada, 1778-1784." PhD Dissertation, Duke University, 1972.

DePyester, J. Watts. The Life and Misfortunes and the Military Career of Brigadier General Sir John Johnson, Bart (New York, 1882).

DesBarres, Joseph. A Statement Submitted by Lieutenant Colonel DesBarres... (London, 1804).

Diffendorffer, Frank R. "Col. John Connolly: Loyalist." Lancaster County Historical Society, Papers, 7 (1903).

Dittrick, James. "Reminiscences of Captain James Dittrict." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Dunbar, Thomas. "John Howe: Secret Agent Extraordinary." Halifax Chronicle-Herald, 5 September 1960.

Durham, Davis Godfrey. James Durham, UE, of Niagara and His Descendants in the United States and Canada, 1740-1987 (Wilmington, 1988).

Dwight, C. Harrison. "Count Rumford: His Majesty's Colonel in Carolina." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 57 (1956).

Earle, Thomas. Sir John Johnson, Loyalist Baronet (Toronto, 1986).

Eaton, E.F. Jonathan Odell, 1737-1825. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd..

Ethier, Eric. "The Making of a Traitor." American History, 36 (August 2001).

Elliott, Bruce. "Genealogical Abstracts from the Ottawa Advocate." Ontario Genealogical Society, Ottawa Branch News, 15 (May-Jun 1982).

Elliott, Bruce. "Vital Statistics Index to the Perth Independent Examiner and Bathurst District Advertiser, 1829-1830." Ontario Genealogical Society, Ottawa Branch News, 15 (May-Jun 1982).

Elliot, James. If Ponies Rode Men; The Journeys of Robert Land, 1777-1791. (Stoney Creek, 1999).

Ernst, Robert. "Andrew Elliott, Forgotten Loyalist of Occupied New York." New York History, 57 (July, 1976).

Etter, Thomas C. The Etter Family. Unpublished manuscript in the American Etter Society Archives.

Evans, G.N.D. Uncommon Obdurate: The Several Public Careers of J.W.F. DesBarres (Toronto, 1969).

Evanson, Philip. "Jonathan Boucher: The Mind of an American Loyalist." Maryland Historical Magazine, 58 (June, 1963).

Everest, Allan S. "Moses Hazen." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Extracts from the Journal of Edward Oxnard." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 26 (1872).

Fall, Ralph Emmett. "The Reverend Jonathan Boucher: Turbulant Tory (1783-1804)." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 36 (December, 1967).

Farley, James. "The Ill-Fated Voyage of Providentia: Richard Vaux, Loyalist Merchant and the Trans-Atlantic Mercantile World in the Late Eighteenth Century." Pennsylvania History, 62 (Summer, 1995).

Fellows, Jo-Ann. "Abraham DePeyster." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Feister, Lois. "Molly Brant, John Butler, and the Indians of New York." In United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Colonel John Butler Branch. The Butler Bicentenary: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Colonel John Butler (St Catharines, 1997).

Fennelly, Catherine. "William Franklin of New Jersey." William and Mary Quarterly, 6 (July, 1949).

Ferling, John. The Loyalist Mind: Joseph Galloway and the American Revolution (University Park, 1977).

Ferling, John E. "Joseph Galloway's Military Advice: A Loyalist's View of the Revolution." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 98 (April 1974).

Field, C.M. The Field Family (np, 1954).

Fingard, Judith. "Oliver Arnold." Dictionary of Canadian Biography 6 (1987).

Finley, A. Gregg. "Christopher Billop, United Empire Loyalist." Acadiensis, 3rd Series, 1 (Autumn, 1973).

FitzGibbon, Mary Agnes. "The Jarvis Letters." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 8 (1901).

Flannagan, Vincent, and Gerald Kurland. "Stephen Kemble: New Jersey Loyalist." New Jersey History, 90 (Spring, 1972).

Flexner, James Thomas. Stats Dyckman, American Loyalist (New York, 1992).

Fraser, Alexander. "Stirring Career of a Heroic Soldier: Sketch of the Life of Lieutenant Colonel John Macdonell." Daily Mail and Empire, 12 October 1912.

French, F.J. "Jeremiah French, United Empire Loyalist." Ontario History, 21 (1924).

Fryer, Mary Beacock. Buckskin Pimpernel: The Exploits of Justus Sherwood (Toronto, 1984).

Fryer, Mary Beacock. "Sarah Sherwood: Wife and Mother, an 'Invisible' Loyalist." In Phyllis R. Blakeley and John N. Grant. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists in the American Revolution (Toronto, 1982).

Fryer, Mary Beacock. Caleb Seaman: A Loyalist (Toronto, 1970).

Fryer, Mary Beacock. John Walden Meyers: Loyalist Spy (Toronto, 1983).

Fryer, Mary Beacock. Allan Maclean, Jacobite General: The Life of an Eighteenth Century Career Soldier (Toronto, 1987).

Fryer, Mary Beacock, and Christopher Dracott. John Graves Simcoe, 1752-1806: A Biography (Toronto, 1998).

Fuller, Robert M. "Major DePeyster: British Commander at Detroit." Western Ontario Historical Notes, 10 (March, 1952).

Gallagher, John R. The Hess Family of Boston (1984).

Gardiner, H.F. "The Hamiltons of Queenston, Kingston, and Hamilton." Ontario History, 8 (1907).

Getty, Innes. Bradt-Bratt Genealogy (Church of the Latter Day Saints, microfilm, 1955).

Gipson, Lawrence Henry. Jared Ingersoll: A Study of American Loyalism in Relation to British Colonial Government (New Haven, 1920).

Goddard, Jane Bennett. Hans Waltimeyer (Grafton, 1980).

Godfrey, W.G. "John Bradstreet." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Godfrey, W.G. "Alexander Fraser." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Goodfellow, D.K. "Andrew Kemp: Recollections of a Boy of 1812." Niagara Historical Society, 11 (1903).

Goodfield, Joyce D. "The Widowhood of Margaret Shippen Arnold: Letters from England, 1801-1808." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 115 (1991).

Gordon, Grant. From Slavery to Freedom: The Life of David George, Pioneer Black Baptist Minister (Hansport, 1992).

Gorn, Michael H. "To Preserve Good Humor and Perfect Harmony: Guy Carleton and the Governing of Quebec, 1766-1774." PhD Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1978.

Grant, John N. John Howe, 17541-835. Dundurn Press American Revolution Series, Toronto, nd.

Graves Ross. William Shurman, Loyalist of Bedeque, Prince Edward Island (Summerside, 1973).

Gray, Edward. "Ward Chipman, Loyalist." Massachusetts Historical Society, Proceedings, 54 (1920-21).

Graymont, Barbara. "Kanwatsi lsarenni (Mary Brant)." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Greeley, Susan Burnham. "Sketches of the Past." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Green, Ernest. "Frey." Ontario History, 33 (1939).

Green, Ernest. "Gilbert Tice, UE." Ontario History, 21 (1924).

Green Ernest. "A Little Study in Loyalist Genealogy: Tomsons of Perthshire." Ontario History 31 (1936).

Green, Ernest. "Notes on the Empy (Impy) Family of Stormont." Ontario History, 27 (1931).

Green, Gretchen. "Molly Brant, Catharine Brant, and Their Daughters: A Study in Colonial Administration." Ontario History, 81 (1989).

Groh, Ivan. My Family Tree: John and Susannah (Wanner) Groh, Tobia and Catherine (Stryker) Wanner, Samuel and Barbara (Bauman) Bechtel, Jesse and Margaret (Miller) Clemens (St Catharines, 1962).

Gundy, H. Pearson. "Molly Brant, Loyalist." Ontario History, 56 (1964).

Gwyn, Julian. "Sir William Johnson." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Hale, R. Wallace. Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835 (Bowie, 1989).

Hamil, Fred Coyne. "Ebeneezer Allan in Canada." Ontario History, 36 (1944).

Hamilton, Milton W. "An American Knight in Britain: Sir John Johnson's Tour." New York History, 42 (1961).

Hancock, Harold B. "Thomas Robinson: Delaware's Most Prominent Loyalist." Delaware History, 4 (March, 1950).

Harris, Amelia. "Historical Memoranda by Mrs Amelia Harris." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Harris, Lenore J. Clement Family History: Descendants of Lewis Cobes Clement, UE (1725-1781) and Catharine Eliza Poutman (1726-1807) (Toronto, 2002).

Harris, Reginald V. Sir John Wentworth, Baronet, Governor of Nova Scotia, 1792-1808, and Grand Master of Nova Scotia, 1801-1810 (Halifax, nd).

Harris, Paul T. "Elizabeh Bowman Spohn." Loyalist Gazette, 35 (No 2, Fall, 1997).

Hasty, Warren H. Index : Memorial of the Loyalist families of William Moore, Josiah Hitchings, and Robert Livingstone, and others who settled in Saint David Parish, N.B., Canada about the year 1785, compiled by John Elliot Moore, Lewiston, Maine, 1898 / (Minneapolis, 1986).

Hayward, Robert J. "John Collins." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Herrington, M. Eleanor. "Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk Settlement at Deseronto." Queen's Quarterly, 29 (1921).

Hersey, Frank W.C. "Tar and Feathers: The Adventures of Captain John Malcolm." Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Publications, 34 (1941).

High, Walter. "Thomas Coombe, Loyalist." Pennsylvania History, 62 (Summer, 1995).

Hilliker, H. Crysler. Crysler and Chrysler: History and Family Trees (np., 1974).

Hoberg, Walter R. "A Tory in the Northwest." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 59 (January, 1935).

Hoberg, Walter R. "Early History of Colonel Alexander McKee." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 58 (1934).

Hoople, Elizabeth L. The Hooples of Hoople's Creek (Toronto, 1967).

Hoople, Elizabeth. Jonas Wood, UEL (Corwall, 1984).

Horsman, Reginald. Mathew Elliott, British Indian Agent (Detroit, 1964).

Horsman, Reginald. "Equshwa." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Horsman, Reginald. "Alexander McKee." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

House, Doug. Family of Joseph House, UEL (Ancaster): A Son of Harmanous House of Butler's Corps of Rangers (Clearbrook, 19--).

Howe, Archibald. "Letters and Memoirs of Sir Archibald Campbell, Prisoner of War, Captured in Boston Bay, June 17, 1776." Bostonian Society Publications ,12 (1915)

Huffman, David A. Sketches and Data of the Huffman Family and Other Allied Groups (Toronto, 1970).

Hughes, Alun. "John Butler and Early Settlement on the West Bank of the Niagara River." In United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Colonel John Butler Branch. The Butler Bicentenary: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Colonel John Butler (St Catharines, 1997).

Hunsberger, Albert. Family History of Peter Sherk (Kitchener, 1984).

Hurst, Kimberly. “The Murder of a Loyalist: The Story of Bartholomew London”. The Loyalist Gazette, XLIII, No 2, Fall, 2005.

Ingraham, Hannah. "Reminiscences." Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto, Transactions, 11 (1911-1912).

Jack, P. Niagara Argus, Niagara Chronicle, Niagara Fountain, Niagara Herald, Niagara Mail, and Niagara Reporter: Index to Goods and Services in the Niagara-on-the-Lake Area, 1838-1852 (Parks Canada).

Jackson, H.M. Justus Sherwood: Soldier, Loyalist and Negotiator (Toronto, 1958).

Jarvis, Julia. Three Centuries of Robinsons: The Story of a Family (Don Mills, 1967).

Jarvis, Stephen. "Narrative of Colonel Stephen Jarvis." In James J Talman, ed. Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada (Toronto, 1946).

Johnson, Janet Bassett. Robert Alexander, Maryland Loyalist (New York, 1942).

Johnson, Peter. "The Munro Doctrine." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

Johnson, Daniel F. New Brunswick Vital Statistics from Newspapers... 1784-1834 (Fredericton, 1982-84).

Johnson, J.K. "John Munro." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 (1979).

Johnson, Sir John. The North American Johnsons: A Short Story of Triumph and Tragedy (London, 1963).

Johnson, Peter W. "The 'Munro' Doctrine." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

Johnston, Jean. "Ancestry and Descendants of Molly Brant." Ontario History, 63 (June, 1971).

Johnston, C.M. "William Claus and John Norton: A Struggle for Power in Old Ontario." Ontario History, 57 (1965).

Jones, Alice, Rita Bower and Mark Bower. Twice a Refugee: The Bower Story (Barrington Passage, 1979).

Jones, E. Alfred. "Letters of David Colden, Loyalist, 1783." American Historical Review, 25 (1919).

Jones, Henry Z. and Lewis Bunker Rohrbach. Even More Palatine Families: 18th Century Immigrants to the American Colonies and their German, Swiss and Austrian Origins (Rockport, 2002).

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