Loyalists evacuated from New York in 1783
Port Roseway, now called Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada, was chosen for settlement by a group of Loyalists being evacuated from New York in 1783 before it fell into American hands.
For the complete story see: PORT ROSEWAY ASSOCIATION
Barlow, Joseph . Carpenter. Came alone.
Barlow, Thomas. Carpenter. Arrived in Shelburne with a woman and 3 children.
A wonderful resource for Canadian research, which includes Irish origins:
The Global Gazette
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