Daniel Wolstenholme, collector of customs for Maryland, relates his struggle to leave the colony in 1776 but being held there against his will until at least 1781. His wife and family are still in Maryland.
Some themes his Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include family experience, office-holding, and persecution.
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