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Commander William Lewis Herndon (1813 - 1857)

Commander William Lewis Herndon (25 October 1813 – 12 September 1857) was one of the United States Navy's outstanding explorers and seamen. In 1851 he led a United States expedition to the Val...

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First Officer Charles W. Van Rensselaer (SS Central America) (1823 - 1857)

Charles Watkins van Rensselaer (January 29, 1823 – September 12, 1857) was the first officer and paymaster serving on board the U.S. mail ship SS Central America (later also known as the "Ship...

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Capt. John Lane MP (c.1631 - 1674)

John was named in the will of his cousin, also named John Lane: "to my said cozen Captain John Lane 1000£ if he returnes to England alive" His uncle John's will, left " to John and Mary, chi...

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Peter "the Captain" Hayes MP (c.1571 - c.1645)

A sea captain, Peter Hayes was hired by the Dutch to sail between the port of Texel Island, Holland and Greenland where the Netherlands had a colony. He made his home in Edam, not far from Amsterdam. I...

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Habakkuk Bowditch (1738 - 1798)

OCCUPATION: Sailor, Cooper

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Moses Gage, of Beverly MP (1668 - 1748)

Married Sarah Dodge of Beverly, daughter of John DODGE & Sarah PROCTOR --- [5063] "Vital Records of Beverely, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1949" Vital Records of Massachusetts Towns t...

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Capt. John Dixey MP (1639 - 1673)

John Dixey was baptized on 19 December 1639 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.3,4 He was the son of Captain William Dixey and Ann or Hannah (—?—) (Dixey).1 He married Elizabeth Alle...

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Capt. William Dixey MP (1607 - 1690)

Immigration : ? on board the Talbot - 1629 Cape Ann, Mass. In his will, dated 21 February 1684/85 and proved 24 June 1690, Captain William Dixey calls himself "of Beverly, yeoman", "aged & i...

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Josiah W. Macy, Jr. (c.1838 - 1876)

. aptain Josiah W. Macy, Jr. (1838?-1876) was an American Sea Captain and philanthropist. Life and Family He was born into a philanthropic family. The elder Josiah Macy established a shipping and...

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William George Bracegirdle MP (1782 - 1863)

William Bracegirdle was born in London in 1782, one of several sons of a coachmaker Philip Bracegirdle and his wife Ann. He became a master fisherman, a fishmonger, the owner of many fishing smacks, a ...

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Augustine Heard (1785 - 1868)

Augustine Heard (March 30, 1785 - September 14, 1868) was an American entrepreneur, businessman and trader, and founder of the Augustine Heard & Co. firm in China. . Early career Augustine Hear...

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William Ladd (1778 - 1841)

William Ladd (May 10, 1778 – April 9, 1841) was one of the earliest American anti-war activists, and the first president of the American Peace Society. Ladd was born in Exeter, New Hampshire...

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Don Estaban Beneto (1767 - 1812)

Emigration: 1768, Turnbull Colony, New Smyrna Occupation: Master mariner Links

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Comm. Edward Tyng MP (1683 - 1755)

ii. Comm. Edward Tyng; b. 1683 at Boston, MA; d. 8 Sep 1755 at Boston, MA; apoplexy. He and Anna Waldo resided at Boston, MA. He was a merchant. He was a naval Commodore. Married Elizabe...

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Richard Dowse (c.1675 - 1759)

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Capt. Robert Homes MP (1694 - 1743)

Robert married Mary Franklin, daughter of Josiah Franklin and Abiah Folger, on 3 Apr 1716 in Boston MA. (Mary Franklin was born on 26 Sep 1694 in Boston MA and died c 1730 in Marthas Vineyard MA.) ...

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Capt. Habijah Savage (1695 - c.1745)

From HABIJAH SAVAGE was a ship captain out of Jamaica who was lost at sea in the 1740's. I believe his father was THOMAS SAVAGE, and, according to the will of his brother, his siblings were: TH...

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David Franklin MP (1692 - 1739)

David FRANKLIN (son of Jonathan FRANKLIN and Sarah (twin) SMITH) was born 04 May 1692 in Haverhill, MA, and died 11 May 1739 in Drowned in Boston, MA. He married Elizabeth AYRES on 18 Jun 1713 in Bos...

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Captain Marcus Tullius Peirce (1799 - 1834)

Marus T. Peirce mastered the merchant ship Griffon which was involved in the California sea otter trade. Letter to parents Tungass, Sep. 20, 1825 My dear Parents, I have nothing very special to com...

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Colonial Jeremiah Wadsworth (Continental Army) (1743 - 1804)

Photo: Jeremiah Wadsworth and hIs son Daniel Jeremiah Wadsworth (July 12, 1743– April 30, 1804) was an American sea captain, merchant, and statesman from Hartford, Connecticut who profited f...

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Jacob Howard (1720 - c.1761)

Hannah Frost married (1) Jacob Howard Dec 15, 1737 in Charlestown, MA, son of Nathaniel Howard and Elizabeth Bunker. He was bp. Jan 22, 1709/10 in Charlestown, MA, and died Abt. 1761 at sea. -----

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John Rand (1673 - 1746)

---- A genealogy of the Rand family in the United States compiled by Florence Osgood Rand.  Published 1898 by Republic Press in New York . ** Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by S...

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Capt. Robert Andrews, of Ipswich MP (1580 - 1643)

A sea captain whose vessel was the 1st on record wrecked off the coast of Maine. Settled at Ipswich, MA in 1635.: *The Angel Gabriel's destruction affected many people but it's impact was perhaps f...

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Joseph Bradish (1672 - 1699)

Bradish was a young man when he worked as a boatswain’s mate aboard Adventure, a British 400-ton “interloper”—a ship interfering in trade monopolies—from London bound...

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Capt. Nathaniel Curtis (1738 - 1806)

I had my DNA done and British Officer Curtis is of the Curtis clan of Nazeing, Essex, England.

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Maindort Minor MP (c.1617 - 1677)

Will Genealogies of Virginia Families; from the William and Mary College Quarterly History Magazine, Vol. 1, Adams -Clopton, With an Introduction by John Frederick Dorman... Will of Maindort Doodes...

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Dicky Barrett MP (1806 - 1847)

Richard (Dickie) Barrett. aka Tiki Parete Richard "Dicky" Barrett (1807–1847) was one of the first European traders to be based in New Zealand. He lent his translation skills to help negotiat...

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John Jutson (1770 - 1859)

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James Bracegirdle (1834 - d.)

The Jas Bracegirdle who died in Hong Kong in 1864 aged 29 was a native of Hereford and was not this James Bracegirdle.

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Thomas Carrington (1811 - d.)

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William George Bracegirdle (1829 - d.)

Many copy and paste on-line trees state that William died 28 Jul 1863 or 28 Jul 1860. This is untrue it was his father (or possibly his grandfather) that died 28 Jul 1863. This William's death was neve...

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Capt. Frederick Bracegirdle MP (1832 - 1916)

Obituary VETERAN SHIPMASTER DEATH OF CAPTAIN BRACEGIRDLE. Captain Frederick Bracegirdle, one of the oldest and most highly esteemed ship-masters of Sydney, died yesterday at his residence, Kalkoura...

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John Gottfrid Östberg (1861 - 1923)

--- Sweden, Indexed Birth Records, 1860-1941 Johan Gottfrid Swedish Emigration Records, 1783-1951 Johan Östberg Gothenburg, Sweden, Passenger Lists, 1869-1951 Johan Östberg Ohio...

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Richard Southern Burkett (1825 - 1873)

Richard Southern Burkett 1825-1873 Richard was born on 2 October 1825, the son of Henry Burkett, at Bishopwearmouth, County Durham. He married Mary Naizby. Richard died at sea while Captain of the ba...

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Capt. Roger Spencer MP (c.1618 - 1675)

1.  ROGER1 SPENCER1 was of Saco, Maine in 16522, and died Aft. 1669 of Charlestown,  Massachusetts.  He married GERTRUDE. 3 daughters4. She was admitted church at Charlestown, Octo...

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Sir William Phips, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts MP (1651 - 1695)

Sir William Phips (or Phipps, February 2, 1650/1 – February 18, 1694/5[1]) was a shipwright, ship's captain, treasure hunter, military leader, and the first royally-appointed governor of the P...

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Thomas Gray, of Wapping MP (1595 - 1625)

2 M Thomas Grey Christen4 May 1595, Harwich, Essex, England [541] Death1627, Wapping, Middlesex, England [541] AFNH0QC-DC From "Notes on the Ancestry of Thomas Graves" Essex Institute Histo...

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Capt. Thomas Coytmore MP (1612 - 1644)

Thomas Coytemore- Memorial Birth: 1612 Prittlewell Essex, England Death: Dec. 27, 1644, Spain Son of Rowland Coytemore and Katherine Myles. Grandson of William Coytemore of Coetmore in Llechw...

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Captain Rowland Cottemore MP (c.1565 - 1626)

will "Will of William Cottemore of Wapping" , written 5 June 1626. Genealogical Gleanings in England, NEHGR, page 160 Rowland Coytemore of Wapping in the County of Middlesex, mariner, 5 June, 162...

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Christopher Jones, Mayflower Captain MP (1570 - 1622)

Christopher Jones was the captain of the Mayflower when it took the Pilgrims to New England in 1620. Christopher Jones, her master, was a native of Harwich, co. Essex, England, born about 1570, the son...

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Richard Gray, of Harwich MP (c.1551 - 1602)

The will of Richard Grey of Harwich, Essex, England, was dated on June 28, 1602, and proved on Jan. 5, 1603. In his will, Richard Grey mentioned his brother, John Grey "land coming to me from my father...

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Capt. Alexander Grant Smith Palmer MP (1806 - 1894)

Alexander Palmer, born 1806, and his brother Nathaniel, born seven years earlier, went to sea at an early age. Nathaniel became a ship's master before his 19th birthday as did Alexander by the time he ...

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Nathaniel Brown Palmer, Capt. (c.1799 - 1877)

Nathaniel Palmer , sea captain , was the first man to sight Antarctica from his ship ' Hero ' on 17 Nov. 1820 . Palmer Land and the Palmer Archipelago were named in his honor _______ A full biograp...

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Joseph Alderton (c.1841 - 1906)

Joseph Alderton , like his father, was a mariner, although seems to have worked variously as a bargeman, Seaman, Mariner and watchman. He was the only surviving child of Isaac Alderton and his first wi...

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Isaac Alderton (1812 - d.)

Mariner, Seaman There are a few records for an Isaac Alderton born around 1813 in Suffolk - Isaac the child of Joseph and Mary bapt Walton 4 Aug 1813 Isaac married to Hannah who were baptising ...

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Capt. Christopher Clark MP (deceased)

Christopher Clark was a mariner, out of Boston, Ma. He married Rebbeka Eyre or Eyres 1647. They had nine children. He sailed between England and other countries. He was recorded on the Speedwell 1667. ...

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Capt. John Collins (1795 - 1857)

"John Collins the third son of John Collins Junr and Dela Collins..." "Capt. John Collins, whose name must ever be intimately associated with the establishment of regular lines of steamers between th...

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Andrew Deming MP (1761 - 1828)

ANDREW DEMING, (son of John 50) born 14 Jan. 1761 in Norwich, Conn.;died 25 Nov. 1828 in Avon, N. Y.; married in 1784 in Sandisfield, Mass. Hannah Granger, daughter of Simeon, and Abigail (Dudley) Gran...

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Habbakuk Gardner MP (1673 - 1733)

62. Habakkuk, b. 25 Feb., 1673;* d. Feb 3, 1732-3; m. Mar. 22, 1697, Ruth Gedney,* daughter of Eleazer and Elizabeth (Turner) Gedney.§ Married Ruth Gedney. CHILDREN: Ruth; Mary; Jose...

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Thomas Gardner, Ill, of Salem MP (1671 - 1696)

Thomas, b. 25, 8 mo., 1671 ;* d. 1696; m. 4, 4th. mo., 1695, Mary Higginson, dau. of John and Sarah (Savage) Higginson.J brief biography 61 Thomas Gardner, the "fourth in direct line to bear that s...

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Capt. William Bowditch MP (1663 - 1728)

OCCUPATION: Merchant, Master Mariner BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Salem VR b/m/d dea ae 64y 9m - merchant BURIAL: Charter Street Burying-Ground, Salem -NER Apr 1849 Inscription: "Here lyes ye body of Capt...

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Capt. William Goose (deceased)

Thomas Jones, in Noyes, Sybil; Charles Thornton Libby; and Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. (Portland, Maine: Southworth Press, 1928-1939), 388.: 42 Thomas (J...

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Thomas Gardner MP (c.1565 - 1635)

Thomas Gardner Born: abt 1560 of Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England Died: 1635 Parents: Unknown Married: Elizabeth White. She b. abt 1564 in England From GARDNER LINE - FIRST GENERATION K...

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Robert Gray MP (1755 - 1806)

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Gray (May 10, 1755 – circa July, 1806) was an American merchant sea captain who is known for his achievements in connection with two trading voyages to ...

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Benjamin Mirick MP (1644 - 1713)

BENJAMIN MIRICK, b. 22 (4) 1644 Charlestown, son of John & Hopestill [-?-] Mirick. Benjamin was a tailor in 1678, mariner in 1701. Sarah, wife of Benjamin long absent at sea, petitioned to keep an ...

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Capt. John Phips, of Sheepscot MP (c.1634 - 1676)

4. CAPTAIN JOHN6 PHIPPS (JAMES5, WILLIAM4, ROBERT3) was born Abt. 1634 in England, and died Bef. 1682 in Sheepscot, Maine53.  He married ELIZABETH GENT54,55,56 Bef. 1668 in Maine, daughter of JO...

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Capt. John Seaman MP (1615 - 1694)

The Ancestors and Descendants of Captain John Seaman CAPTAIN JOHN SEAMAN, was born in Essex, England, between 1603 and 1610, came to America in 1630 with the Winthrop fleet of ten vessels, nine hundr...

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Capt. John Ward, Ancient Planter MP (c.1598 - 1623)

Charles E. Hatch, Jr. in his book, The First Seventeen Years Virginia 1607-1624 (pp 73-74) writes that CAPTAIN JOHN WARD arrived in the Colony of Virginia on April 22, 1619 aboard the ship Sampson with...

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Thomas Gage, of Yarmouth MP (c.1620 - 1695)

Thomas Gage Birth: Circa 1620 - England Death: Before July 17 1695 - Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts Wife: Johanna Knight Child: Moses Gage descent (1) Thomas Gage, born ...

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John Babson MP (1687 - 1742)

John Babson Birth: July 9 1687 - Gloucester, Essex Co., MA Death: Dec 7 1742 - Gloucester, Essex Co., MA Parents: Richard Babson, Mary Dolliver Wife: Hannah Hodgkins Children: Thomas Babson...

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Gorham Howland MP (1800 - 1873)

Gorham Howland Birth: Nov 11 1800 - Dennis, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts Death: Aug 25 1873 Cemetery: Ancient Cemetery, Massachusetts, USA Parents: Joshua Howland, Rebecca Hawes Wife: Hann...

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Joel Philbrook (1759 - 1820)

Joel was a marine during the Revolutionary War on the Massachusetts Colony frigate "Boston" under the command of Captain Hector McNeil. He was a ships carpenter and sea captain. He cruised up and dow...

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Captain Thomas Todd, Sr. MP (1619 - 1675)

Thomas TODD was born on 12 Sep 1619 in Denton, Durham, England. He died on 30 May 1675 in At Sea/North Parish, Patapsco River, Baltimore County, MD. Captain Thomas Todd of Virginia and Baltimore Coun...

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Capt. William Knowlton, Sr. MP (1584 - 1632)

The Voyage of Captain William Knowlton of Kent, England to the New World Captain William Knowlton was born in Kent England in 1585. He was unhappy with the rulers in England and wanted to move to a...

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Capt. Francis Sims (deceased)

Captain Sims.was the second husband of Anna Vessey Laird, and father of her three oldest children. He was lost at sea. from:

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Capt. James Laird (deceased)

Capt. Laird, was killed when he and his wife, Ann were on a voyage at sea about six months after they were married. They were shipwrecked near a tiny island, so small it had only two trees. Ann and a f...

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Capt. Anthony Eames MP (c.1592 - 1686)

Anthony EAMES - b. 1 DEC 1595, Fordington St. George, Dorset, England; d. 6 OCT 1686, Marshfield, Plymouth, MA. Son of Thomas EAMES and Millicent. Married Margery Pierce notes Anthony...

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Richard Knowles MP (1614 - 1682)

Richard Knoelrs was a Mariner,a Ships Master.. He was married to Ruth Bower,daughter of george and Barbara Bower. Ruth was also sister of Rev. Bower or Bowers . Richard first appeared in Plymouthre...

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Thomas Eldred MP (c.1595 - 1640)

Thomas Eldred 5 was born about 1595 in of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Americana vol 19 p 513; NE Reg Jan 1897; Am Comp 4:171. His children could have been born in England. Spouse: Anna...

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Capt. Richard More, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (1614 - 1696)

Richard More Birth: BEF 13 NOV 1614 in Shipton, Shropshire, England Death: BET 1693 AND 1696 in Salem, Essex Co., MA Father: Jacob Blakeway b: ABT JUL 1583 in Shropshire, England Mother: Kath...

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Andrew Jackson Sandsbury (1830 - 1902)

Andrew Jackson Sandsbury Obituary: Andrew Jackson Sandsbury in uniform Photo Courtesy of the Nantucket Historical Association “Captain Andrew J. Sandsbury died at his home on Dover Street ye...

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Capt. James Ross MP (b. - 1805)

79 v. James ROSS died in 1805 in New York. Notes From R. R. Claiborne wrote in a letter to Frank Willing Leach, Ross researcher at the turn of the century, "I remember well of hearing my grandmot...

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Archibald Gardner (1721 - 1796)

Archibald Gardner (1721-11/9/1796) Archibald was the master of several ships registered at Philadelphia 1757-60, and later became a tallow chandler in Philadelphia. He purchased a tract of 256 acres in...

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William Patterson MP (1728 - 1794)

William Patterson (5/16/1728-pre-9/17/1794) b.  Philadelphia, PA, bur. Presby. Church Cem., Head of Christiana Creek, New Castle Co., DE. His will of 7/7/1794 was probated 9/17/1794. Res. Ri...

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Captain James Flavel Scott (1834 - 1895)

JAMES FLAVEL SCOTT ...... Birth: Dec. 25, 1834 Death: Mar. 15, 1895 Family links: Parents: James Flavel Scott (1812 - 1836) Olive Scott Scott (1805 - 1874) Spouse: Lois Kelley Johnson Scott (...

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Capt. Neil MacMillan (c.1845 - 1883)

Neil MacMillan was captain of the fishing schooner Nellie Swift out of Provincetown. In Nov 1883 he was captain of the schooner Abbie Brown, which was sent to Bay of Islands, Newfoundland for a cargo o...

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Capt. Appleton Oaksmith (1825 - 1887)

Appleton Oaksmith (February 12, 1825 – October 29, 1887), of Carteret County, North Carolina, was the son of Seba Smith and Elizabeth Oakes Smith. Appleton Oaksmith was one of the most c...

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Capt. James Flavel Scott (1812 - 1836)

JAMES FLAVEL SCOTT ...... Birth: Aug. 13, 1812 Death: Dec. 4, 1836 First husband of Olive Scott Family links: Parents: John Flavel Scott (1776 - 1859) Margaret Dennis Scott (1780 - 1862) He...

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Charles Cornewall (1669 - 1718)

CORNEWALL, CHARLES (1669–1718), vice-admiral, son of Robert Cornewall of Berrington, Herefordshire, and uncle of Captain James Cornewall [q. v.], was baptised 9 Aug. 1669. He entered the navy in...

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John Dobson MP (1818 - d.)

It would seem that John Dobson took his bride Anna Maria Dusing to Northumberland after he married her. There is a record of his marriage to ger in Northumberland on 17th Dec 1841 - almost 4 months aft...

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Thomas Melville (1830 - 1884)

Thomas Melville (1830-1884) was a sailor and later governor of Sailors' Snug Harbor, and the younger brother of author Herman Melville. Captain Thomas Melville was born to Allan Melville (1782-1832...

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Vice Admiral Sir Charles Paget GCH Kt (1778 - 1839)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary Vice Admiral Sir Charles Paget GCH Kt (7 October 1778 – 27 January 1839) was a British sailor who also became a liberal politician and Member of Parliament. Na...

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John Poor MP (c.1636 - 1686)

John Poor, b. 1636, who m. Sarah Brown (No. 1) was a mariner; in 1662 he bought a house in Charlestown of John Knight and wife Abigail, and to have the privilege of landing goods on his wharf, bounded ...

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Capt. James Ellery (deceased)

Became a sea captain. Died in Africa at age 22.

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John Vassall, ll, The Gallant Alderman of London MP (1544 - 1625)

John Vassall was the builder and owner of the Mayflower that brought the Pilgrims to the shores of Cape Cod. : The history of my Vassall family in New England starts with William Vassall and his wi...

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Capt John Sinclair (1755 - 1820)

Info adder per DAR's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" by Mary S Lockwood and published in 1895 stating he "served as captain the the navy in the War of the Revolution"--------------------Info adde...

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Capt. Christopher Newport, Admiral of Virginia MP (1561 - 1617)

Curator Note: Capt. Christopher Newport was married three times, to Katherine Proctor, Ellen Ade and Elizabeth Glanfield. He had four children -- Christopher, Jane, John and Elizabeth. Two additional...

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Moses Cleveland (1624 - 1701)

Moses Cleveland , an apprentice ship joiner of about 11 or 12 years of age, who accompanied his master in immigrating to Boston, Massachusetts, from Ipswich, Suffolk, in about 1635. By his late teens, ...

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Peter Warren MP (1628 - 1704)

Peter Warren, born in 1628, is first mentioned in Suffolk Deeds as purchasing land in Boston on Essex Street, Mar. 8 1659, and is styled Mariner. He married first Sarah, daughter of Robert Tucker of ...

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Capt. James Bisse (c.1639 - c.1694)

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William Barker MP (c.1595 - c.1655)

William Barker was an ancient mariner owning two ships which brought emigr ants to America in early 1600's. He was in Hopewell, VA. Prince George Co . ----------------------------------- Sale of th...

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Capt. John Barker, Sr., Master of the ship Abraham MP (1610 - 1690)

JOHN BARKER, SR. was born 1610 in England, and died 1689 in Martin's Brandon, Charles City, Virginia. He married He married (1) LETITIA in England. She was born in England, and died Bef. 1672 in Surry ...

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Capt. Benjamin Rodman Carpenter Wilson (1805 - 1869)

Capt. Benjamin Rodman Carpenter Wilson, the "King of Whalemen, and Prince of the Sea." Birth: May 25, 1805, South Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island Death: Aug. 22, 1869 New Bedford, Mass...

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Peter Tallman of Henry Tallman MP (c.1623 - 1708)

Please see under Media / Documents for more information about Peter Tallman From the book, "Talman/Tallman Families", by Herbert S. Ackerman, pg.101: "G1 Peter Tallman; Henry (-G1); of Germany. B...

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Capt. Richard Martin MP (c.1632 - 1694)

Capt. Richard Martin, of Charlestown Birth: abt 1632 Death: 2 Nov 1694 Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts Captain of the ship "Blossom." Married before 1663 to Elizabeth Trumbull 29 ...

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Cuthbert Musgrove, "The Mariner" MP (1644 - 1687)

Cuthbert Musgrove was born on 1 Jun 1644 in Crookdale, Cumberland, England and died in 1687 in Prince George Co., Maryland, at age 43. Parents: William Musgrave was born about 1620 in England. ...

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Captain James Sargent MP (1727 - 1759)

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Caleb Hopkins MP (c.1622 - 1651)

Birth: Circa 1623 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Death: After June 6 1644 - Barbados Parents: Stephen Hopkins, Elizabeth Hopkins Giles Hopkins volunteered to fight the Pequo...

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Capt. Roger Grenville MP (b. - 1545)

McKee, Stirland and several other authors have named Roger Grenville (father of Richard Grenville of the Elizabethan-era Revenge) captain of the HMS Mary Rose when it sank during the Battle of the Sole...

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Vice-Adm. Sir Richard Grenville, MP MP (1542 - 1591)

Sir Richard Grenville (6 June 1542 – 10 September 1591) (sp. var: Greynvile, Greeneville, Greenfield, etc.) was an Elizabethan sailor and explorer. He was the grandfather of Sir Richard Grenvi...

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