Maryland Loyalism Project

The Memorial of James Brown

James Brown, merchant and acting partner for the Glasgow-based concern James Brown & Co., left Virginia in 1770. He sought restitution for confiscated property in Bladensburg, Maryland.

Some themes his Loyalist Claim Commission memorial suggest include absentee ownership, commerce, and confiscation

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