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An American Family History

Ontario Settlers

 
Church Date
Brockville First Presbyterian 1815
   
 
     
 
 
     
 
  Date
Jessup's Loyal Rangers 1781-1783
War in Leeds County 1812
Leeds County Militia 1812
 
 
 
 
    Date
Petition of the Ninth Township Thurlow Township, Hastings County 1791
1805 Yonge Assessment Yonge Township, Leeds County 1805
 
 
 

 

United Empire Loyalists were Americans who remained loyal to King George III and the British Empire. They moved to Canada after the American Revolution.
Family Name Lived in From
Adams    
Alguire    
Andress    
Austin    
Avery    
Ayers    
Bates    
Baxter    
Beardsley    
Birdsell    
Botsford    
Brown    
Buell    
Burtch    
Byrne    
Cain    
Church    
Churchill    
Cole    
Comstock    
Connolly    
Derbyshire    
Dickey    
Dwinnell Yonge Mills  
Elliott    
Eyres    
Ferguson    
French Mallorytown Connecticut
Gardnier    
Gibson    
Griffin    
Guild    
Hagerman    
Hewitt    
Hogeboom    
Howard    
Hutchinson    
June    
Kincaid    
LaRue    
Lapoint   French Canadians
Lee    
Lewis Toronto  
Mallory    
McArdel    
McLean    
Metcalf   from Medway
Miller    
Miller Kingston from Ireland
Mott    
Munro    
Munsell    
Palmer    
Parish    
Patterson    
Pennock    
Phillips    
Plumb    
Polly    
Pouliot   French Canadians
Purvis    
Ripley    
Root    
Rowsome    
Seaman    
Selee    
Sherwood    
Shipman    
Slack    
Smyth    
Stevens    
Tennant    
Thomas Toronto  
Thompson    
Treahy Toronto from Ireland
Trickey    
Truesdell    
Wheeler    
White    
Wickware    
Wilcox    
Wiltse    
Wing    
Wood    

The first European settlements in Ontario were after the American Revolution when 5,000 loyalists left the new United States.

 

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