Reference letters from NYGBS Page 40, Jan 1904 — K: Loyalists concerning whom more or less extensive notes will be found in Sabine's Loyalists of the American Revolution. L: Persons buried in the Loyalists graveyard St. John, whose gravestones were extant in 1883, see Loyalist Centennial Souvenir, published that year.
Search for one name or place at a time then narrow down results.
The primary search bar searches all fields individually, including the fields that are not visible in the preview grid above. Click “More Details” to see the entire record.
Since Surname and Given Name are separate fields which are searched individually and not in combination, entering a Loyalist’s full name in the primary search may not yield the desired results; instead, use the column filters (see below) to search for a specific Loyalist by name
Only exact matches of what you enter will be returned:
if you accidentally type ‘Jhon‘ instead of ‘John‘ it will search for exactly what you entered and only instances of ‘Jhon‘ will be found
Partial words can be matched:
a search for “Cy” will find “Cyrenius“;
a search for “Park” will also find “Parke” and “Parks” and “Parkes“
This search only includes the text within the directory, i.e. it does NOT search any PDF ‘attachments’ or external links.
Use the Column Filters to refine results
Below each column is a filter field that searches only within that field (column);
Use this to search within a specific field or to refine the results of a primary search;
e.g. to find all Loyalists named John Smith, enter ‘Smith‘ in the surname filter search box, and ‘John‘ in the given name filter box.
To start a new search, clear the Search field and Column Filters.