MILITARY: Loyalists and British Soldiers, 1772-1784

Gillespie, male, who wrote a letter March 24, 1783 on the state of Carolina negroes. Created at Tortola, largest of the British Virgin islands in the  Caribbean. British Headquarters Papers (Carleton Papers or American Manuscripts)

George Gillespie, 4th Regiment of Foot, Surgeon, made a list of officers of returning troops, created at New York 1779. British Headquarters Papers (Carleton Papers or American Manuscripts)

Gillespie, Lieutenant, Overseer, residence Halifax, Nova Scotia, prepared a return of engineers and overseers in Nova Scotia; in Halifax.

Hugh Gillespie, Lieutenant, Regiment Volunteers of Ireland (2nd American Regiment) in New York, made a list of officers of returning troops, 1779 British Headquarters Papers (Carleton Papers or American Manuscripts)

Gillespie, Lieutenant, Regiment Volunteers of Ireland (2nd American Regiment), August 16, 1780 listed return of troops wounded at Camden, South Carolina. British Headquarters Papers (Carleton Papers or American Manuscripts)

Thomas Gillespie, at New York, made a list of bills drawn on Harley and Drummond, May 6, 1782. British Headquarters Papers (Carleton Papers or American Manuscripts)

Thomas Gillespie, at New York, cornoner’s report, Jury at inquest  Sept 27, 1783. British Headquarters Papers (Carleton Papers or American Manuscripts)


Source of Records: Library and Archives Canada

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