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In JF Pringle's, "Old U.E. Loyalists List," What Does "A.Mc.L." Stand For, Please?

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Re: In JF Pringle's, "Old U.E. Loyalists List," What Does "A.Mc.L." Stand For, Please?

Eileen (View posts)
Posted: 28 Feb 2004 3:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Oct 2012 8:27PM GMT
Surnames: Prentice, Crowder
Richard Prentice found in:

Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s
Event: Living
Year: 1784
Place: Kingston Township
Province of record source: Ontario
County of record source: Frontenac
Source: Norman K. Crowder, Early Ontario Settlers, A Source Book, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1993.
Volume/Page(s): 63

1784 Provisioning Lists:
Return of Disbanded Troops and Loyalists settled in Township No. 1 Cataraqui (Kingston); mustered this 9th October 1784

Richard Prentice, 1 man, 1 total, 1 rations per day, acres cleared: 1; on his land, back concession

From reading the list you mentioned, it seems that perhaps his actual service was not readily proven and so he was said to be a Loyalist by someone who was of some authority. Unfortunately, from the list of abbreviations, it does not give what A.McL. stands for, although it may be another Loyalist.

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Jan Mongoven 28 Feb 2004 5:44PM GMT 
Eileen 28 Feb 2004 10:17PM GMT 
Jan Mongoven 28 Feb 2004 11:12PM GMT 
brennak11 7 Apr 2004 6:38AM GMT 
Eileen 7 Apr 2004 11:01AM GMT 
Sheryle DePirro 7 Apr 2004 2:07PM GMT 
blanken52 8 Oct 2012 4:58PM GMT 
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