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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Revolutionary War: The Fate of Thomas Brown

Unfortunately, Colonel Thomas Brown, cruel loyalist commander, was not killed by the younger son of Mrs. McKay. Three years after the Revolution he wrote from Nassau a long letter in defense of his military conduct in Georgia and South Carolina. Later, he went to London to resided and was convicted there in 1812 of what is termed by a local South Carolina historian as "a grand forgery upon the government", and thus, "ended his days in disgrace and ignominy."

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