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Christian Price

From Annotated Nominal Roll of Butler’s Rangers 1777–1784, page 148.

Price, Christian, Private. A Christian Price is mentioned as being a Virginian, held captive, but allowed to work at Niagara in 1781. In Geneway’s Company at Niagara in 1783. Wife in 1786. Land entitlement in the District of Nassau in 1792 totalled 400 acres. In July 1796 he petitioned for land in right of his wife, but the Land Board stated he had to produce the certificate attesting to the fact that his wife was a UE Loyalist. On the UE List, 1797, In March 1797 he and a William Price petitioned for family lands but their petition was rejected. Settled in Louth Township. Served as a Private soldier in Jacob Ball’s Company, 1st Lincoln Militia, in the war of 1812. In 1812 he is listed as 47 years old. Elizabeth, Peter, John, Catherine, George, Nancy,  Betsey, Mary, David, Jacob, Christian Jr and Abraham granted land as children of a UE Loyalist. The Census 1783 lists him as Christean Price.

Descendants Della Granberg UE, Kelsey Granberg UE and Jacqueline Watson-Reid UE

Jacqueline Watson-Reid UE and Della Granberg UE