Maryland Loyalism Project

Philip Morgan

Philip Morgan (b.1748) freed himself and left enslavement in Maryland in 1776. He departed New York City for Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia likely on 22 September 1783. 

Some themes his Inspection Roll entry suggest include migration and military service.

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Only the recto page of the Inspection Roll is currently available as a digital object. The verso page has the following information about Morgan:
[Caron David Balmanno] | [Annapollis Royal] | Philip Morgan | 35 | Stout fellow | {blank} | {blank} | Joseph Marvin

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