Tom Hyde & Sukey were the first two Black Loyalists to arrive in what is now New Brunswick.
A repeat runaway, Lidge arrived in New Brunswick as an enslaved child.
Nancy became the focus of a well-documented court case in 1800 challenging the legality of slavery in New Brunswick.
In 1814, John Patterson captured one of New Brunswick's most wanted criminals.
Thomas Peters became a leader for African Americans in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Cairo & Pompey Rumney were brought together by the dramatic circumstances of the American Revolution.