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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: 1078006667000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1349836053000
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.

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