Loyalist (disambiguation)


Loyalist (disambiguation)

Loyalist may refer to:

*Loyalist, a person who supports the British monarchy or the United Kingdom
*Loyalist (American Revolution), a British North American colonist who remained loyal to the British crown during the American Revolution.
*Loyalist, Ontario, a township in central eastern Ontario, Canada
*Loyalist College, an English-language community college in Belleville, Ontario, Canada
*Ulster loyalism, the ideology of those in Northern Ireland who believe in remaining part of the United Kingdom
*United Empire Loyalists, British Loyalists who resettled in British North America and other British Colonies.


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