Maryland Loyalists, 1699

An Association to defend His Majesty’s most sacred person and Government against the late King James and all his adherents.

22 July 1699

N. Blakiston
Henry Jowles
Thomas Tench
John Addison, Judge of the Prerogative Court
John Courts
Thomas Brooke, Judge of the Prerogative Court
James Frisby
John Hammond
Thomas Tasker
Charles Hutchins
Robert Smith
Francis Jenkins
William Dent, Attorney-General
W. Bladen, Clerk of the Council
Thomas Lawrence, Secretary
Thomas Smithson, Speaker of the House of Delegates
Thomas Waughop
William Taylard

John Lowe
Jacob Moreland
Thomas Bale
Abraham Miller
Thomas Smith
John Whittingham
Symon Willmer
Richard Hill
Samuel Young
James Sanders
John Worthington
James Cranford
Walter Smith
Elisha Hall
James Smallwood, Sr.
Philip Hoskins
Benjamin Hall
Philip Briscoe
John Hall
Thomas Staley
George Ashmans

James Philips
Edward Lloyd
Richard Tilghman
William Harris
John Thompson
Hans Hanson
John Carvile
William Hutchison
Ninnian Beale
Thomas Greenfield
Thomas Ennalls
Thomas Hicks
Jacob Lockerman
Walter Campbell
John Leach, Jr.
Samuel Collins
Walter Lane
William Whittington
John Boremane
Chr. Gregory, Clerk of the House of Delegates

Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 17), America and West Indies, 1699. Also Addenda, 1621-1698, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1908. pp. 393-394.

More information about colonial Maryland and later loyalists can be found in the books:

Colonial Chesapeake Society
and:
Maryland Loyalists in the American Revolution

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