Ebenezer Mackie, merchant and postmaster, left Maryland in 1775 for Great Britain, and then returned to Philadelphia in 1777 to wait out the war. He seeks compensation for his confiscated Maryland property.
Some themes his Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include commerce, confiscation, migration, and office-holding.
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