Zachariah Hood (b.1728), was the Comptroller of His Majesty’s Customs in Philadelphia, which included distributing stamps, from 1774-1776. He went to the West Indies as a merchant during the war.
Some themes his/her Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include commerce, office-holding, and persecution
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