Gilbert Buchanan (b.1750), failed commercial partner and current Anglican minister, who lived in Maryland from 1773-1775, seeks compensation for the iron works and other commercial interests he inherited from his father, John Buchanan.
Some themes his Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include absentee-ownership, commerce, confiscation, industry, and persecution.
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