Alward - distinguished for loyalty : a story of two Loyalist cousins and their descendants - Benjamin and Oswald Alward from Woodbridge, New Jersey, settled in New Canaan, Queen's County, New Brunswick in the 1790s, Vol. 1

Title No
2064587_01
Creator
Alward, Ford M.
Language
English
eng
en
Subject
Alward family
Agnew family
Carson family
Chapman family
Clark family
Coates family
Colpitts family
Corey family
Cosman family
Crandall family
Crossman family
Dewolfe family
Bannister family
Douthwright family
Duncan family
Dunham family
Fawcett family
Finniss family
Folkins family
Fowler family
Garland family
Geldart family
Goggin family
Bell family
Graves family
Gregg family
Henderson family
Hetherington family
Hicks family
Humphrey family
Johnston family
Keirstead family
Keith family
Kenney family
Berry family
Kierstead family
Killam family
Lewis family
Lounsberry family
Mann family
McMackin family
Melvin family
Mitton family
Northrup family
O'Brian family
Black family
Branscombe family
Brown family
Burgess family
Campbell family
Extent
4 v.
Page Count
526
Owning Institution
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Publisher Digital
FamilySearch International
Access Level
Protected
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