John Murray, fourth earl of Dunmore, presses Virginians’ claims to American Loyalist Claims Commission.

With John Randolph, John Murray, fourth earl of Dunmore, presses Virginians’ claims before the American Loyalist Claims Commission, which oversees the reimbursement of Loyalists for their property losses. Murray himself files a claim for ¬£35,723, ¬£15,000 of which he already received from the government in 1776 for personal losses.