|Died||c. 1795 (aged 43)|
|Occupation||soldier, colonizer, teacher|
|Allegiance||Kingdom of Great Britain|
|Years of service||1775–1783|
|Rank||Colonel (honorary rank)|
|Commands held||Black Company of Pioneers (1777-1780) and Black Brigade (1780-1783)|
|Battles/wars||American Revolutionary War|
Stephen Blucke (born c. 1752) was a Black Loyalist, in the American Revolutionary War, and one the commanding officer, of the British Loyalist provincial unit, the Black Company of Pioneers.The "Black Pioneers" were a Black Loyalist company, of soldiers, who worked labor detail, for the British Army. He has been referred to as "the true founder of the Afro-Nova Scotian community".
During the American Revolution, Black Loyalist and guerrilla leader Colonel Tye died in 1780 and Stephen Blucke was given the honorary rank of "Colonel" and took command, of another Black Loyalist unit, a group of military associators, known as the infamous "Black Brigade", until the end of the war.
Like, many exiled, Black Loyalists, he came to the Maritimes, in British Canada, after the war and settled in Birchtown, Nova Scotia, in 1783 and became a teacher and taught at one of the Bray Schools.