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Re: Daniel Leeman. Penobscot loyalist.
Posted by: James H. Trott Date: February 11, 2001 at 13:46:16
In Reply to: Daniel Leeman. Penobscot loyalist. by Tracy Leeman of 343

The Penobscot Loyalists wre a group of loyalists from Maine who had been granted land in Maine, but had to move to the area of Nova Scotia that became New Brunswick, due to the US/Canada border being placed more or less where it now is. The Province of New Brunswick Land Grant records are accessible online. If you search "Penobscot" you will see a list of those who were granted land in 1784 as part of the Penobscot Association.

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