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Loyalist Directory: Joseph Appleby

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Surname : Appleby
Given name : Joseph
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Biography : Elnathan and Joseph of Westchester Co, NY were protestors “against the Whigs at White Plains, 1775. Thomas acknowledged allegiance to Lord and Sir William Howe the next year.”
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Family History : Believed to be the nephew of Loyalist James Appleby (Sr.) and 1st cousin to Loyalists Benjamin, John, James Jr. and Peter who served in the 3rd and 4th Btlns of New Jersey Volunteers. See Appleby military record
Family Genealogy : Believed to be the son of Joseph brother of Loyalist James Appleby (Sr.). Their father (Joseph Sr.) was son of Thomas Appleby (chr: 12 Jul 1629, Barnard Castle, Durham England, d: 04 Dec 1684, Rye, Westchester, NY) and Elizabeth Osborne (1658-1681), a Quaker
Sources : Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution by Lorenzo Sabine, Vol. II; Kennikat Press 1966 pg. 472

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