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From "Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution" by Gregory Palmer, 1864, page 189

Richard Robert Crowe, a lieutenant in the 48th Regiment of the British Army during the French and Indian War, Crowe served at the siege of Louisbourg, was present at the defeat of General Braddock, and participated in the storming of the Plains of Abraham. After the war he purchased an estate in New Jersey, near Perth Amboy. He was a prisoner of Congress for one year during the Revolution. Following his release, he was appointed furrier to the British Army at New York, and afterwards commanded a company in the Guides and Pioneers. Crowe was attainted and banished, and his property confiscated and sold. He returned to England after the Peace, settling at Reading in Berkshire. Crowe claimed a loss of £794 sterling, and received £515 sterling.

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Second Report of the Bureau of Archives
FOR THE
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO

By
ALEXANDER FRASER
PROVINCIAL ARCHIVIST
1904
Pages 1276,1277 and 1278
November 24, 1788
1218. Evidence on the Claim of Richard Robt. Crowe, late of New Jersey.

Claimant Sworn-Says he lived for some time at Parsburgh-he came from there to New Brunswick to attend the Commissions. The Commissioners had left the place-three or four days before. Claimant saw Mr. Hunter-told him his case-he desired Claimant to send his Deposition and Evidence to the Commission afterwards. Claimant was an hour with Mr. Hunter and conferred with him on his Losses.
Claimant had no opportunity to send to the Commissioner in Canada. Says he lives at a very retired place where there is little Communication with the rest of the Province. Is a native of Ireland-came to America with General Braddock in the year 1755. Was a lieutenant in the 48th Regt. was afterwards at the taking of Quebec, Louisburg and Havannah.
Was settled in Monmouth County near Amboy when Rebellion broke out-he refused entering into the American Troops. They offered him the rank of General. He was put in Gael first at Brunswick-he got away to Philadelphia-he was imprisoned there, and sent back to New Jersey-and was tried and was acquitted. He then went home where he was very ill. As soon as he could he joined General Vaughan at Amboy afterwards served to end of the Rebellion. Came here in 1783-he had a company in the Black Poiners. Has now half Pay. Resides at Parsburgh. Refers to Capt. McKenzie.
No. 1. He had 142/76 acres in Amboy purchased by Claimant in 1763. Produces a Survey with two Lots marked with Claimant's name-Containing the Quantity of acres above mentioned. Says he paid 736 pounds for these two Lots and a third lot of 117 acres which he has since sold. Says he gave a great price, it was then Chiefly Woodland, he cleared a good deal on the price he sold the rest.Was Wood Land. Says Wood land was very valuable then. He used to send wood to New York and Amboy. Values it at 400 pounds. Jersey.
No. 2. Had 561 acres in South Amboy. Produces Deed from Nicholas Evanson and James Milvan of 561 acres in South Amboy to Eyre Evans Crowe in Consideration 1109 pounds Currnt. Proclamation money dated 1766.
Claimant says he bought the place for his brother. His brother was in England. Says in his claim sent home he mentions this Estate and claimed it in his Brother's name. Claimant expected his Brother would come out to America and bought thisEstate for him. Says he bought the Estate very cheap. He paid the money which his Brother reimbursed, he had made great Improvements upon it.
Produces copy of Inquisition against him and order to sell Claimants Real Estate. The Estate was sold in Consequence of his Conviction. Values the Estate at 300 pounds more than he gave for it. His brother lives in Tydenham-he writes to him at Mr. Bombacks No. 16 Shelburne Lane, London.
No. 3. 327 acres in Pensilvania Cumberland Co. Produces Deed from John Young to Claimant of 337 acres on the delawre in Consideration of 120 pounds dated 1767. There was a house and some Improvements. Had a Soldiers Right in New York Government. Produces Deed from Ed. Low to Claimt. Of his Right on Lake Champlain for 5 pounds dated 1766, nothing was done upon it. Had an order for survey for 2,000 acres in New York Gover. as an officer last war.
Claimant lived at No. 2. He had a large stock there. Three yoke of oxen-six horses-twelve sheep-Farming Utensils-Furniture-Stone Ware worty 100 pounds. He has given a more particular account in his clainm sent home. He left these behind when he was sent to prison. The Rebels took them off.
He had a Kiln and large Shop. The Kiln cost 50 pounds building. He carried on the Stone Ware Business at his own expense. His Brother had nothing to do with this.
Produces affadavit from Samuel Warne to Claimants Loyalty and Property. Ditto from Isaac Bonnell and Certificate to the Credibility of Samuel Warne.

Eyre Evans Crowe. Sworn.

Says he lodged a Claim for his Brother and another for himself. He has not appeared to be examined on his own Claim.
Richard Robert Crowe was examined at Halifax and there gave an account of his Loss of 561 acres in South Amboy, which appears to have been purchased in the name of Eyre Evans Crowe. Witness says he is willing this should go under his Brothers Claim.
His reason for not coming to be examined was not having evidence to prove his title. He had remitted money to his Brother to make a Purchase intending to have gone there himself.
It appears by an Entry in the Commissioners Book that he attended at the Board in January 1787 and said he waited for Papers from America.

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“American Loyalist Claims”, Peter Wilson Coldham, FASG, National Genealogical Society

CROWE, ROBERT RICHARD, Perth Amboy, N.J. Served as Lt. in 48th Regt. in America during French war, In most of the engagements of consequence; wounded under Gen. Braddock in 1755 and under Gen. Murray at Quebec in 1760. Because of poor health, sold out of Army at the Peace and purchased estate at Amboy to which he retired. At start of last war, forced to flee to woods with other loyalists to avoid imprisonment; house plundered several times and cattle taken. Captured, and while imprisoned nine months (17 weeks in close confinement and life was often threatened after execution of Mr. Molesworth), family deprived of almost everything. Upon reaching N. Y., commanded Co. of Black Pioneers and was in active service throughout war; went to N. S. in 1783. Memorial by attorney Charles Marsh of Reading, Berkshire, 19 Mar. 1784 London. Claim: Two tracts of land in Amboy and another in Cumberland Co. Lands purchased by claimant for self and brother Eyre Evans Crowe, including tracts purchased in 1763 from Isleton's lands; 1n 1765 from Everson and Milvan; in 1767 from John Young; in 1766 from Edward Lowe; 2060 acres In N. Y. granted by Sir Henry Moorehouse; a right bought from Britnor of 200 acres; kiln shop for making stoneware, etc. Evidences: Inquisition dated Middlesex Co. , N. J. Deposition 24 July 1784 Annapolis, N. S. by Samuel Warne of Digby that he well knew claimant before war at South Amboy, and estimates value of his plantation there. Deposition 25 July 1787 Digby by Isaac Bonnen that he has known claimant since 1764. Letter to Commissioners from E. E. Crowe 28 Jan. 1789 that the claimant, now In Halifax, has directed him to attend Board. Examination 7 Nov. 1789. Claimant examined says he is native of Ireland who came to America with Gen. Braddock In 1755. Was offered a Gen.'s rank by rebels but refused it and was gaoled at Brunswick, escaped to Philadelphia and was gaoled there, got back to N. J. where he was tried and acquitted, and then went home very ill. Produces a deed of 1766 whereby Nicholas Everson and James Milvan conveyed 561 acres in South Amboy to E. E. Crowe (which claimant says be bought for his brother who was then In England, living at Sydenham). Produces deed from John Young for 337 acres on the Delaware with a house, and says he also owned 327 acres In Monmouth Co. , Penn. Because he had a soldier's right in N.Y. Province, had an order for a survey of 2000 acres on Lake Champlain. As regards stoneware business, he carried it on himself; his brother had nothing to do with it. Eyre Evans Crowe examined says he did not appear before because he had no evidence to prove titles, but had remitted money to his brother to make purchases for him. (A013/17/309-323).

Special publication No. 45, National Genealogical Society, 1980, American Loyalist Claims, Volume 1
From "American Loyalist Claims", Peter Wilson Coldham, F.A.S.G., National Genealogical Society
CROWE, EYRE EVANS, ReadIng, Berkshire. Served in 84th Regt. in
East Indies during French War and was at seige of every French garrison
until surrender of Pondicherry. In last war, raised men for service and
commanded a Co. in 4th Infantry. His brother, Robert Richard Crowe,
purchased land for him in N. J. , value of which has been much enhanced
by buildIng, but it was all seized by State on attainder of his brother.
Memorial 19 Mar. 1784 London (A013/17/324-326).
75. Special publication No. 45, National Genealogical Society, 1980, American Loyalist Claims, Volume 1.
“American Loyalist Claims”, Peter Wilson Coldham, FASG, National Genealogical Society

CROWE, ROBERT RICHARD, Perth Amboy, N.J. Served as Lt. in 48th Regt. in America during French war, In most of the engagements of consequence; wounded under Gen. Braddock in 1755 and under Gen. Murray at Quebec in 1760. Because of poor health, sold out of Army at the Peace and purchased estate at Amboy to which he retired. At start of last war, forced to flee to woods with other loyalists to avoid imprisonment; house plundered several times and cattle taken. Captured, and while imprisoned nine months (17 weeks in close confinement and life was often threatened after execution of Mr. Molesworth), family deprived of almost everything. Upon reaching N. Y., commanded Co. of Black Pioneers and was in active service throughout war; went to N. S. in 1783. Memorial by attorney Charles Marsh of Reading, Berkshire, 19 Mar. 1784 London. Claim: Two tracts of land in Amboy and another in Cumberland Co. Lands purchased by claimant for self and brother Eyre Evans Crowe, including tracts purchased in 1763 from Isleton's lands; 1n 1765 from Everson and Milvan; in 1767 from John Young; in 1766 from Edward Lowe; 2060 acres In N. Y. granted by Sir Henry Moorehouse; a right bought from Britnor of 200 acres; kiln shop for making stoneware, etc. Evidences: Inquisition dated Middlesex Co. , N. J. Deposition 24 July 1784 Annapolis, N. S. by Samuel Warne of Digby that he well knew claimant before war at South Amboy, and estimates value of his plantation there. Deposition 25 July 1787 Digby by Isaac Bonnen that he has known claimant since 1764. Letter to Commissioners from E. E. Crowe 28 Jan. 1789 that the claimant, now In Halifax, has directed him to attend Board. Examination 7 Nov. 1789. Claimant examined says he is native of Ireland who came to America with Gen. Braddock In 1755. Was offered a Gen.'s rank by rebels but refused it and was gaoled at Brunswick, escaped to Philadelphia and was gaoled there, got back to N. J. where he was tried and acquitted, and then went home very ill. Produces a deed of 1766 whereby Nicholas Everson and James Milvan conveyed 561 acres in South Amboy to E. E. Crowe (which claimant says be bought for his brother who was then In England, living at Sydenham). Produces deed from John Young for 337 acres on the Delaware with a house, and says he also owned 327 acres In Monmouth Co. , Penn. Because he had a soldier's right in N.Y. Province, had an order for a survey of 2000 acres on Lake Champlain. As regards stoneware business, he carried it on himself; his brother had nothing to do with it. Eyre Evans Crowe examined says he did not appear before because he had no evidence to prove titles, but had remitted money to his brother to make purchases for him. (A013/17/309-323).

Special publication No. 45, National Genealogical Society, 1980, American Loyalist Claims, Volume 1
From "American Loyalist Claims", Peter Wilson Coldham, F.A.S.G., National Genealogical Society
CROWE, EYRE EVANS, ReadIng, Berkshire. Served in 84th Regt. in
East Indies during French War and was at seige of every French garrison
until surrender of Pondicherry. In last war, raised men for service and
commanded a Co. in 4th Infantry. His brother, Robert Richard Crowe,
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