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Captain Hawes Hatch

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Re: Captain Hawes Hatch

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 9:26PM GMT
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Brother Christopher (Capt. Loyalist American Regiment) rec'd a grant in Saint John and eventually settled on Campobello, thence to St. Andrews where he's buried in Loyalist graveyard.He was survived by wife Elizabeth; had a son Harris, and built the house which is now the Ross Memorial Museum/Library. This is according to Theodore Holmes' Loyalists to Canada book. More info can be found at
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Hawes (Capt. in Prince of Wales Am. Regiment)rec'd a land grant, according to Esther Clark Wright's Loyalist of New Brunswick in Nashwaak, York Co., NB.

You can check the land grants database at Provincial Archives of New Brunswick (PANB)

You might want to check Loyalist Institute

Good luck!
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bannislu 29 Feb 2012 4:37PM GMT 
Marilyn_Maxwe... 1 Mar 2012 4:26AM GMT 
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