December 3, 2022

loyalists

Caleb Jones
Biography, Black History, History

Caleb Jones

Caleb Jones was a slave owner and office holder. Born in 1743, probably in Maryland. He married Elizabeth in Saint Marys parish. At the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War Caleb Jones was a planter and slave owner and the sheriff…

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Gregory Terlecki
Biography, Show Business

Gregory Terlecki

Gregory Terlecki is an award winning screenwriter, as well as artist, actor, photographer, and book publisher of his beloved native birthplace - River de Chute. Gregory Terlecki's ancestors were United Empire Loyalists who walked from Connecticut to receive land grants.…

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Doak Historic Site
History, Landmarks, Museum

Doak Historic Site

The Doak Historic Site, also known as the Doak House, is a Provincial Heritage Site located in Doaktown. The farm was purchased in the early 1820s by Robert "Squire" Doak and lived in until 1979 by his family. Robert Doak…

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