Dear Mr. Matthews,
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Since the Bahama land grants were from the English to Tory supporters, any information should be in the UK National Archives and/or the Commonwealth of The Bahamas Department of Archives at http://www.bahamasnationalarchives.bs/family-history.html .
For the information you seek, we suggest you contact The National Archives of the United Kingdom, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU, United Kingdom.
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Since the National Archives is responsible for the preservation and documentation of U.S. Government records and these predates the U.S. Government we most likely wouldn’t have anything from that transaction. I do see some records in our catalog related to land in the Bahama Islands but I would also suggest reaching out to the Government of Bahamas and the UK National Archives.
We hope this information is helpful. Best of luck on your research!
Bahamas land records including Crown Land Grants 1788-1955 are on familysearch.org FamilySearch Catalog: Land and property records, 1788-1955 — FamilySearch.org Volumes A & K have some earlier records. You would probably have to know the name of the person you are looking for, rather than just a list of Loyalists. Familysearch.org is a free research site, you just have to sign up for a free username and password.
This website lists the names of Loyalist 1778-1783 that received land, the amount of land, and its location Loyalist Settlers 1778 - 1783 - CaribbeanGenWeb, , but the majority of loyalists seemed to have arrive 1783 or a few years later.