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1678
Ships in the Bonavista area
from English Harb to Port Bonavista

 

 

1678 ships in the Bonavista area. ffrom English Harb to Port Bonavista is 14 leaugs and from thence to Cape Bonavista 2 leaugs:

       
Name Ship Where from Where to
Jno Grigg Resolution Dartmo England.
Nicho Newole Brixon mar? Brixsom England.
Robt Barker David Weymo Cadiz.
Jno Caswaye Rose Weymouth Streights.
Sidraik Beele Unity Poole.  
Jno Edwards Jno Poole.  
Jno Sweet Mairmaid Dartmo (a sack ship).
James Stoke Pirodena Hampton Streights.
Jno Bennet John London (a sack ship)
Simon Skerton Paragon Dartmo. (a sack ship).
Thos Rose Surrell? Topsam. (a sack ship).
Henr Irimard? Sam & Ellen? Topsam. (a sack ship).
Wm Surrey Dolphin Weymouth Bilboa.
Jno Crisp Ingram London Streights.
       

[TC NOTES]

Grigg, John born Brixham whose father Richard was in the Nfld trade c1642.

Nowell, Nicholas bn Brixham s/o Philip/brother John Noll in Bonavista 1705.<\p>

Caswaye, John married 1659 in Cripplegate.

Beal, Sidrach of Poole whose daughter Mary claims a descent from Nicholas Carey.

Sweet, John Jr of Dartmouth whose father was bn Brixham and also in the Nfld trade c1642.

Skerdon, Simon is likely a son of earlier participants in the Nfld trade c1642.

Surrey – although looking very much like Surrey this could very well be Sutton of Poole.

 

Contributed by Thomas Cole (March 2012)

Page Last Modified March 24, 2012 (Don Tate)

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