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George PARLIAMENT in the Rev War
Posted by: Peter Johnson (ID *****9074) Date: May 02, 2008 at 18:55:54
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I am interested in the George PARLIAMENT who moved to Upper Canada (Ontario)and Adolphustown in the 1780s and promptly died. Two secondary sources state that he was imprisoned twice during the Rev War, because of being a Loyalist.I would love to find some documentation for this beyond secondary sources. Thanks. My wife, by the way, is a descendant.

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