While men were out fighting for the crown, women served at home protecting their land and property.  At the end of the war, many loyalist men left America for the shelter of England, leaving their wives and daughters to protect their land  The main punishment for Loyalist families was the expropriation of property, but married women were protected under " feme covert ", which meant that they had no political identity and their legal rights were absorbed by their husbands.  This created an awkward dilemma for the confiscation committees: confiscating the land of such a women would punish her for her husband's actions.  In fact, many women were punished in this way. Grace Growden Galloway  recorded the experience in her diary . Galloway's property was seized by the Rebels and she spent the rest of her life fighting to regain it.  It was returned to her heirs in 1783, after she and her husband had died. 
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