United Empire Loyalist
Association of Canada. This is our parent organization.
Harriet Irving Library The Harriet Irving Library at the
University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, N.B. is a repository of
Loyalist resources which is unique in Canada. The Loyalist Collection
is a special collection on microfilm of British, North American
Colonial, and early Canadian primary sources from approximately 1760 -
1867. The chief focus is directed toward the American Revolution and
the early years of Loyalist settlement in British North America.
The New Brunswick Provincial Archives Established
in 1967, the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects and
preserves the documents of the people, institutions and government of
the province. It is a branch of the Department of Supply and Services.
Loyalist Gazette The Gazette contains articles and pictures of
particular interest to those with an interest in the American
Revolutionary War period in history.
Ruby has a column in the Saint John Times Globe called "The Good Life".
It is an excellent source of informaton about Genealogy in the Saint
John area and a very interesting site.
List This site is another excellent spot to look up Loyalist
heritage, with many links to other resources and links to local
This is a good genealogy site with a search engine and a section on
"Loyalists in Canada".
Saint John Burial Ground This site is another excellent spot to
look up Loyalist heritage, many links to other resources and links to
Saint John Freenet
The primary focus of the Saint John Free-Net is to provide on-line
access to Information and Services that relate to Saint John and
This is a good New Brunswick site with links to NB weather, Fundy
Whales and Towns and Cities. The Saint John section has sections on an
Events Calendar, Local History, and the Marco Polo. This site also has
links to the New Brunswick Bulletin Board and Web Chat where you can
leave messages about ancestors.
Saint John County GenWeb This site is good place for people to
find their roots in the Saint John and surrounding area.
Kings County GenWeb This site is good place for people to find
their roots in the Sussex and surrounding area.
John, Heritage "Before you open your treasure chest of
informational delights, I want to tell you a bit about the jewels
inside. First, this site is not about history - it is about HERITAGE -
it is about the relationship between the past and the present - and how
we manage that relationship for the future." - Harold E. Wright,
principal consultant with Heritage Resources and Content Director of
Excellent site to get historical background of Saint
John as well as other fascinating tidbits. The Loyalists are mentioned
in the "Virtual Tour...", "Home Port...", and "Black Heritage" sections.
Loyalist Links This is a good list of Loyalist Links in New
Biographies of many Loyalist settlers & their families.
The GenWeb New Brunswick Genealogy Links site.
Military Heritage Project This is a great military resource for
Loyalists who went to Ontario.
Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies. This site provides
material on the Loyalists in the fields of military research, genealogy
and living history.
Settlers in the Bahamas. The names of Loyalist settlers and
grants of land which they received from the Bahamian government
1778-1783. This is abstracted from "The Early Settlers of the
Bahama Islands with Account of the American Revolution", by A.
Talbot Bethell (1930).
(Very Slow!) This site provides access to Britain's most extensive
digital historical map archive.
Women of New Brunswick This link is new to UNB Loyalist
web site, part of the Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives.
Loyalists in New Brunswick This link is new to UNB Loyalist
web site, part of the Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives
History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy, by Andrea Davis. This article contains links to multiple resources for conducting genealogy research.
Family Tree Creator, a free service from Ancestry