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William Cameron--of New Jersey then Cornwall Ontario

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William Cameron--of New Jersey then Cornwall Ontario

Posted: 23 Feb 2009 6:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cameron
I am seeking any information on William Cameron, discharged from a British Regiment in 1766 in the New York City/ northern New Jersey area after having served in Fraser's Highlanders and another British regiment. He then settled in Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey--which is the west-central area of the state on the Delaware River. William owned a house and barn at the Kingwood Iron Works on Lockatong Creek that was confiscated in the Revolution. William re-enlisted in 1777 in the 84th Regiment--the Royal Highland Emigrants, 1st battalion. After the war, he ended up in Cornwall, Stormont County in southern Ontario. He was probably a Protestant and his wife's name could have been Ann Campbell.
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