MILITARY: Loyalists & British Soldiers 1772-1784

Male Gillespie wrote a letter from Totola, (British Virgin Islands) March 24, 1784 on the state of Carolina Negroes. (British Headquarters Papers)

George Gillespie, Surgeon, 4th Regiment of Foot (Kings Own) at New  York, 1779 made a list of officers in return of troops.

Lieutenant Gillespie at Halifax, Nova Scotia Oct 23, 1778 an overseer in Halifax, made a listing of returning  engineers and overseers in Nova Scotia.

Lieutenant Hugh Gillespie at New York,  Regiment Volunteers of Ireland  (2nd American Regiment) made a list of officers 1779, of return troops.

Lieutenant Gillespie, Volunteers of Ireland (2nd American Regiment), made a list of return of troops, wounded at Camden, South Carolina  August 16, 1780

Thomas Gillespie made a list of bills drawn on Harley & Drummond May 6, 1782, prepared at New York.

Thomas Gillespie, residence New York,  coroner’s report at inquest Sept 27, 1783 Juror at Inquest,

Record Count: 7

Source: Library & Archives of Canada