After the American Revolutionary War, those who remained loyal to Britain and King George III were known as Loyalists. In 1789, the Governor-General of British North America, Lord Dorchester, granted those who adhered to the Unity of the Empire, all their children and their descendants the use of the capitals U.E. after their name. Many American and Canadian genealogists have Loyalist ancestors which can be difficult to find. The Researching Your Loyalist Ancestors Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information to get you started including the best places to find key record groups and research strategies to implement. This 4-sided, laminated guide is easily portable to take along on your next genealogy research trip.