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Black Watch (42nd Regiment) Veterans to New Brunswick in 1783
Canadians who served in the Maine Militia during the Civil War
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Charlotte Co. Muster Roll: 7th Company 2nd Battalion1845
Index to Loyalist Muster Rolls
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Magaguadavic Area Muster Roll 1784
New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Volunteers in South Africa 1899-1902
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Queens Co. Muster Roll of Captain John Secord Company 2nd Battn. Queens County Malitia 1836
Queens Rangers Muster Roll 1783
Records of Old Revolutionary Soldiers and their Widows - searchable database by New Brunswick Provincial Archives
United Empire Loyalist Collection searchable database at University of New Brunswick
42nd Regiment ,Black Watch Veterans to NB 1783

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