Charles Mongan, minister, arrived in Maryland in 1773, went back to England in 1775 for ordination, and then became a military chaplain during the war. Seeks to recover his wife's inheritance. He was frustrated in his hopes of a clerical position in Canada.
Some themes his Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include confiscation and military service.
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