Colonel Archibald McDougald

Col. Archibald McDougald

McDougald, from Cumberland County (the royal militia of which he command), was one of loyalist officers who
accompanied Fanning’s successful expedition in the capturing of rebel Gov. Burke, and says Caruthers,
succeeded Hector Mc Neil after the latter fell at Lindley’s Mill. He was later among the loyalist officers
dispersed at Raft Swamp. Like Faithful Graham, although we can’t specify which county, it is safe to say he
came from the southeast portion of the state. After the war, he settled in Country Harbour, Nova Scotia.

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