Hugh Dean, trader, recounts the persecution he endured and losses he suffered for loyal. He departed New York City for New Providence, Bahamas in 1783. Dean claimed a loss for three men and one woman that he enslaved.
Some themes his Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include confiscation and persecution.
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