His United Empire Loyalist ancestors had farmed at the same acreage on Highway 24 for five generations before German established his trucking and soil hauling business.
What does UE stand for?
UE stands for United Empire (Loyalist - American Revolution)
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of UE
We have 19 other meanings of UE in our Acronym Attic
- Union Européenne
- Unione Europea
- Unit Equipment
- Unit Exhausted
- Unit of Employment
- Unit of Employment (US Army)
- Unité d'Endotoxine (French: Endotoxin Unit)
- Unité d'Enseignement (French: academic subjects)
- United Earth (Star Trek government)
- United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
- United Endeavor
- United Express (airline)
- Unity of the Empire (descendant of a qualified United Empire Loyalists)
- Uniunea Europeana (Romanian: European Union)
- Universal English (Adobe)
- Universal Exports (James Bond movie)
- University Entrance (examination)
- University of Edinburgh (UK)
- University of Evansville (Evansville, IN)
- University of the East
Samples in periodicals archive:
On 20 November 2011, Brian Tackaberry UE told us about the history of the United Empire Loyalists' Heritage Centre and Park, the original site of the cemetery and the data at the archives in the museum at Adolphustown, Ontario in Lennox and Addington County.
Recently, the congregation has been busy working out a design for the window, which is expected to be completed in time for this year's United Empire Loyalist Service at St.
Etienne Boisvert of the Monarchist League of Quebec and President Bev along with her husband, Milt Loomis, representing Little Forks Branch of the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada.
Many Canadians know that black United Empire Loyalists immigrated to Nova Scotia after the American Revolution, but how many know that a large number found conditions so intolerable that they then fled to Africa?
Following the American War of Independence, United Empire Loyalists amalgamated with the already settled Protestant factions, swinging the balance away from any Catholic majority.
to enrich the lives of Canadians" Incorporated in 1914, The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada helps "to enrich the lives of Canadians through fostering public awareness of our national history and, in particular, of the United Empire Loyalists and their contributions to Canada, while also celebrating their memory and perpetuating their heritage as an integral part of the Canadian identity.
To be eligible: a) the student must intend to use the award in the academic year following the receipt of the award and use the money for fees and books; b) the student must provide a succinctly-written research proposal to the United Empire Loyalists' Assoc at on of Canada Scholarship Committee in which he/she sets forth his/her interest in the Loyalists before donation of the award.