From George Cloakey email 21 Dec 2009: "Adam served in the Revolutionary War as a member of the 84th Regiment, the King's Royal Regiment of New York. In this regiment he served with Butler's Rangers, and was awarded land in the eastern part of Upper Canada. Arrived in America on the ship Two Brothers captained by Thomas Arnot.

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Ned Gilbert fonds | Glenbow Library and Archives Series 1 Personal life. — 1922-2002. — 23 cm of textual records. — 17 photographs. — 11 audio cassettes. — The series consists of biographical sketches, taped interviews, reminiscences, resumes and other papers relating to Gilbert’s personal life and activities. Includes talks, speeches and articles, awards and honours, papers detailing his involvement with various community […] Quad City Herald May 28, 1981: Page 5 Quad City Herald Newspaper Archive Brewster Washington; May 28 1981 Page 5. Topics include ross, may, hensley, daughter, church, brewster, weekend, visiting, son

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Mountain View Museum - Olds, Alberta - History Museums on George H. Cloakey was the first agent for A.G.T. in Olds and the telephone exchange in his residence just east of here was operated by Mrs. Cloakey. A new Alberta Government Telephones office and telephone exchange was opened in 1920 at 5038 – 50th Street to replace the Cloakey’s exchange. Petroleum History Society Archives Newsletter October 2014