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Ferryland Surrogate Court Records
Part 1 - A to L
Late 1700's

DATE PERSON 1 DETAILS PERSON 2

April 4, 1793

Angle, Samuel

Member of jury in Brien vs Drauhan

 

September 1, 1794

Anning, Benjamin

Charged this person with neglect of duty:

Terry, William

October 5, 1775

Attwell, John

Testified in Dutton vs Northy and Limbery

 

April 4, 1793

Aylward, John

Member of jury in Brien vs Drauhan

 

September 23, 1795

Aylward, John

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

July 21, 1795

Aylward, Margret

Testified that Evoy did not abuse Ryan.

 

August 31, 1785

Baker, John

Member of the jury in Jackman vs Leigh and Co.

 

September 23, 1786

Baker, John

Member of jury in Hodge vs Gibbs.

 

September 23, 1786

Baker, John

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

August 17, 1795

Barnes, William

Constable to survey path near Brigus in Timber Cove to address concerns with fences.

 

September 11, 1773

Baylay, John

To give evidence in Cornelius Delaney vs Richard Pearce

 

September 14, 1773

Bayley, John

Foreman of jury in Butler vs Shortall.

 

October 7, 1774

Bempfield, Thomas

This resident of Been? Listed as possible witness in Pidgeon and Spinster partnership.

 

September 23, 1786

Benger, ???

Sued over bad bread provided:

Leigh and Co.

September 11, 1773

Benger, John

Sued:

Fitzgerald, Maurice

September 23, 1786

Benger, John

Foreman of  jury in Hodge vs Gibbs

 

September 23, 1786

Benger, John

Charged with building flakes over the public paths:

 

September 29, 1789

Benger, John

Merchant of Ferryland

 

October 5, 1775

Benger, Thomas

Member of jury in Cullin vs Tree.

 

November 24, 1792

Bennett, George Phillip

Interferred with constable Cox in his duties. Fined £5.0.

 

September 23, 1786

Bidgood, John

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

March 25, 1793

Bolt, George

Ordered to pay costs in Bolt vs Gibbs.

 

March 25, 1793

Bolt, John

Charged this person with beating and abusing him:

Gibbs, John

October 13, 1790

Brand, Nicholas

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District.

 

November 14, 1792

Brand, Nicholas

Stopped £1.1 from this person’s wages from  James Shortall:

Dillon, John

September 20, 1790

Brazil, William

Stated that his father had a plantation in Cape Broyle. His father went to Ireland for the winter several years past and died on the return voyage to Newfoundland. His property in Cape Broyle was seized by this person:

Hutchings, Richard

September 23, 1786

Brazzel, John

Was contracted by Morry to build a shoreman’s house on a piece of ground in Capelin Bay.

 

September 23, 1786

Brazzill, James

Testified in Hodge vs Gibbs

 

September 13, 1773

Brien, Luke

Summoned to court in Renews

 

April 4, 1793

Brien, Michael

Charged with assaulting this person:

Drauhan, Catherine

May 6, 1793

Brien, Michael

Charged this person with assault:

Makia, John

December 31, 1792

Brown, Matthew

Charged this person with beating and abusing him:

Murphy, John

August 31, 1785

Browning, Charles

He was constable in Renews.

 

September 17, 1793

Bryan, Dennis

Testified in Butler vs Dwyer

 

September 14, 1773

Bryan, James

This boatbuilder was fined £4.9.6.

 

September 11, 1773

Bryan, James (The Boatbuilder)

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

January 28, 1793

Bryan, Richard

This person stole from this person and vice versa:

Connolly, James

September 23, 1786

Bulger, John

Servant of this person:

Fenecy, ???

September 11, 1773

Bulger, Keran

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

August 31, 1785

Bulley, Richard

Ordered flakes to be cut down on land occupied by James Rouse.

 

October 5, 1775

Burn, P.

Petitioned the court for payment of wages owed by:

Pendergrass, Simon

September 23, 1786

Burn, William

Sued for wages owed by:

Dulahenty, ???

August 31, 1785

Burrow, William

Represented Jeffery Gorman in Leigh and Co. vs Jackman

 

September 23, 1786

Burrows, William

Clerk for Leigh and Co.

 

September 11, 1773

Bussey, Peter

Charged this person with seizing his fish for a debt owed:

Sweetland, Henry

September 14, 1773

Butler, James

This Renews resident charged another Renews resident with seizing his shallop for debt  owed:

Shortall, James

September 14, 1773

Butler, James

Owed this Trepassey resident for shallop seized by James Shortall

Casey, Patrick

September 14, 1773

Butler, James

Appointed arbitrator in Mullahy vs Cantwill

 

September 14, 1773

Butler, James

Applied for a grant of land in Renews , Northside of Harbour adjoining his house and measuring 200 feet in front and 300 feet in depth.

 

September 28, 1789

Butler, John

Servant of Leigh and Co. which had just gone bankrupt. He wanted his wages.

 

September 23, 1795

Butler, Marcus

Witness in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon. Was working on the chaple nearby.

 

September 23, 1795

Butler, Marcus

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

September 28, 1789

Butler, Patrick

Servant of Leigh and Co. which had just gone bankrupt. He wanted his wages.

 

September 17, 1793

Butler, Thomas

This person threatened to cut the road and loose the mainsail of his boat:

Dwyer, Thomas

September 15, 1773

Butler, Walter

Bought a piece of ground in Ferryland from :

Butt, James

September 11, 1773

Callahan, Owen (alias Funtenoy)

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

July 30, 1785

Campbell, John

Surrogate for Ferryland District.

 

September 14, 1773

Cantwill, William

Worked for this Fermeuse merchant in September, 1772:

Holly, Richard

October 14, 1790

Carberry, William

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

August 31, 1785

Carew, James

He was a carpenter for Philip Leigh and Co.

 

October 8, 1782

Carney, James

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Carney, James

Fined £1.1 for participating in a riot.

 

September 23, 1795

Carney, Laurence

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

August 31, 1785

Carol, Michael

Testified in Rouse vs Clements.

 

July 30, 1785

Carrol, John

Complained that he went to his master’s house in Renews and asked the cook for a pair of buckles he had lent him. He caused a disturbance and Chris Pulman beat him with a stick.

Pulman, Chris

July 30, 1785

Carrol, John

Sentenced to forfeit one month’s salary.

 

September 28, 1789

Carrol, Patrick

Servant of Leigh and Co. which had just gone bankrupt. He wanted his wages.

 

September 23, 1795

Carrol, Thomas

Witness in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon. Heard Dauton call Murphy a whore.

 

September 13, 1773

Carter, Robert

Sued this person for £2.2.0 :

Shortall, James

September 13, 1773

Carter, Robert

Sued this person for £2.2.0 :

Foran, Thomas

September 13, 1773

Carter, Robert

Sued this person for £10.0

Knowlan, James

September 13, 1773

Carter, Robert

Sued this person for £10.0

Bryan, James

September 15, 1773

Carter, Robert

Granted small beach in Eastward part of the Pool being the Priviledge of the Fishing Ships adjoining the plantation of :

Nation (Nason), Richard

October 7, 1774

Carter, Robert

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District.

 

October 3, 1775

Carter, Robert

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District.

 

October 8, 1782

Carter, Robert

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District.

 

August 25, 1784

Carter, Robert

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District.

 

July 30, 1785

Carter, Robert

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District.

 

August 31, 1785

Carter, Robert

Said his father once had possession of disputed ground. He sold it to :

Potsbury’s Plantation

October 19, 1793

Carter, Robert

Sworn in as surrogate for Ferryland District.

 

September 9, 1773

Carter, Robert Esq

Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District

 

September 23, 1786

Carter, William

Foreman of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

September 15, 1773

Caverley, Edward

Former owner of piece of ground bought by Walter Butler” being 72 yards NE from the run of water adjoining Mr. Marhon’s ground 260 yards NNW from the water side and 72 yards NE on the Hill”.

 

August 26, 1784

Channel, William

Constable at Bricas.

 

September 29, 1789

Chant, Richard

Testified in Tucker vs Hinton.

 

September 23, 1786

Clancey, James

Member of jury in Hodge vs Gibbs.

 

September 14, 1773

Clark, Peter

Member of jury in Butler vs Shortall.

 

September 23, 1786

Clark, William

Testified in Welsh vs Leigh and Co.

 

August 31, 1785

Clements, ???

Claimed land occupied by :

Rouse, James

September 17, 1793

Coddy, Edward

Testified in Butler vs Dwyer

 

October 14, 1790

Colbert, Patrick

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

August 31, 1785

Cole, John

Member of the jury in Jackman vs Leigh and Co.

 

July 30, 1785

Collins, John

This servant of Chris Pulman also accused of hitting this person:

Steer, Jasper

September 11, 1773

Commerford, Edward

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

September 11, 1773

Conners, John

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

April 4, 1793

Connolly, James

Member of jury in Brien vs Drauhan

 

September 23, 1786

Cordwell, Thomas

Testified in Matthew’s flogging case.

 

August 26, 1784

Corrigan, Matthew and others

Sued this Bricas resident:

Mackey, John

August 3, 1795

Costeloe, Jane

Hired this woman for a period of one year but she left after a short while because Costeloe beat and scolded her Frequentlt:

Whealon, Bridget

October 8, 1782

Coves, Samuel

Witnessed the refusal to appear in court of Thomas Drew

 

September 13, 1773

Croak, James

Struck this person with a large stick outside Keaton’s house:

Mahaney, David

October 8, 1782

Croak, Michael

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Croak, Nicholas

Refused to appear on a charge of rioting.

 

September 23, 1786

Croxton, William

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

October 5, 1775

Cullin, Thomas

Ordered to appear in court.

 

October 5, 1775

Cullin, Thomas

Fined £5.0 for neglect of duty to his employer:

Tree, Francis

October 5, 1775

Cullin, Thomas

This boatsmaster for Francis Tree did not properly moor boat at Isle of Spears during a storm and boat was damaged. Found not guilty by jury.

 

August 24, 1795

Curry, Joseph

Said he did not have Ann Stanford’s watch but this person did:

Foley, James

October 14, 1790

Dawton, Garret

Testified that he saw a group of people steal fish from his employer Mr. Hill.

 

September 11, 1773

Delaney, Cornelius

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

September 14, 1773

Delaney, Cornelius

Charged this person with ill treatment:

Pearce, Richard

July 15, 1793

Delaney, John

Charged that this person is unfit for the work for which he was shipped:

Williams, William

November 14, 1792

Dillon, John

Owed money to :

Coman, William

November 14, 1792

Dillon, John

Told magistrate Brand to kiss his arse and told both Brand and Contable Cox to go to the devil. Sentenced to 39 lashes to be administered at Court House flag staff and then he was deported to Ireland.

 

September 18, 1773

Dobel, William

Holds a bond in the amount of £133.19.8 signed by this Renews couple:

Ball, Richard and Joan

September 14, 1773

Dobell, Peter

Member of jury in Butler vs Shortall.

 

August 26, 1784

Doble, Captain

Worked for this company:

Reeves and French

October 7, 1774

Doble, William

Appointed arbitrator for Barnes in Murry vs Barnes

 

September 23, 1795

Doherty, Edward

Witness in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon

 

September 23, 1795

Dolehenty, Catherine

Witness in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon

 

October 26, 1782

Doyle, John

This Renews resident was charged by this surgeon of Renews with making false claims of curing a venereal complaint:

Dutton, Michael

September 15, 1773

Drew, ???

Renews resident appointed arbitrator in Thomas vs Jago.

 

August 31, 1785

Drew, John

Testified in Rouse vs Clements.

 

October 8, 1782

Drew, Thomas

Ordered to appear in court in Renews.

 

October 8, 1782

Drew, Thomas

Was served notice to appear in court at this person’s store. He refused to appear.

Whilbern, ???

August 31, 1785

Drew, Thomas

Involved in dispute over Arthur Jackman’s boat.

 

August 25, 1784

Drishele, Mort

Testified in Lowen vs Saunders.

 

October 14, 1790

Dullahant, Roger

Deported to Ireland for theft of fish.

 

October 14, 1790

Dullahanty, John

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

October 14, 1790

Dullahanty, Roger

Owned one of the houses where John Dullahanty’s crew lived. Plead guilty to theft.

 

October 14, 1790

Dun, John

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

August 26, 1784

Dunfey, Edmond

Sued this person for trepassing on his wife’s land:

Connolly, James

September 22, 1786

Dunn, ???

Charged this person with stopping his supplies:

Riedel, ???

October 5, 1775

Dunn, Laurence

Sued for wages owed by:

Thomas, Alice

October 5, 1775

Dunn, Laurence

Fined £3.10.6 for neglect of duty to his employer:

Thomas, Alice

August 26, 1784

Dunphy, Anstice

Wife of Edmond. She had land for 14 or 15 years and Connoly stole hay from her.

 

September 23, 1786

Dunsterfille, Edward

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

September 23, 1786

Dunsterfille, Peter

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

September 13, 1773

Durree, John

Surgeon of His Majesty’s Sloop "Nautilus" testified in Moor vs Shortwell.

 

September 14, 1773

Dutton, Michael

This surgeon sued this agent of R. Eustace:

Shortall, James

October 5, 1775

Dutton, Michael

This surgeon sued this person for non- payment of medical bill:

Northy, ???

October 5, 1775

Dutton, Michael

This surgeon sued this person for non- payment of medical bill.

Limbery, ???

October 26, 1782

Dutton, Michael

Sued this person over a property dispute:

Rion, John

September 29, 1789

Dwyer, Thomas

His name was on bill of lading for goods on "Neptune" but now denies the order. The signature on the bill of lading was judged to be a forgery.

 

September 1, 1794

Dwyer, Thomas

Stole shirts and stockings and was sentenced to 39 lashes.

 

December 29, 1794

Dwyer, Thomas and John Wall

They threatened the life of :

Costeloe, Matthew

December 29, 1794

Dwyer, Thomas and John Wall

They threatened the life of :

 

December 29, 1794

Dwyer, Thomas and John Wall

They escaped from prison and stole a gun and ammunition. They threatened people on the road between Capelin Bay and Cape Broyle. They threatened a constable and joined up with other deserters and created a riot. Reward offered for their apprehension.

 

October 8, 1782

Dwyer, William

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Dwyer. William

Fined £1.1 for participating in a riot.

 

August 25, 1784

Edgar, Alexander

Surrogate of Ferryland District.

 

October 5, 1775

Edwards, William

Member of jury in Cullin vs Tree.

 

September 15, 1790

Elliot, Richard

Testified in Hunt vs Cullen and Kensbeer

 

September 23, 1786

Elson, ???

Came on board brig”Speedy” and behaved riotiously:

 

October 5, 1775

Evans, Hugh

Member of jury in Cullin vs Tree.

 

September 11, 1773

Evelin, Thomas

To give evidence in Cornelius Delaney vs Richard Pearce

 

December 29, 1794

Evoy,Elenor

Charged this person with assault:

Rowe, Moses

October 26, 1782

Farrel, Thomas

Sued this person now residing in St. John’s:

Pool, James

September 23, 1786

Fenecy, ???

Sued this person for theft of his servants:

Leigh, John

October 14, 1790

Fevor, Andrew

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

September 15, 1790

Filmore, Egerton

Testified in Hunt vs Cullen and Kensbeer

 

September 11, 1773

Fitzgerald, D.

Capelin Bay resident ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

September 11, 1773

Fitzgerald, James

Capelin Bay resident ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

April 4, 1793

Fitzgerald, Maurice

Member of jury in Brien vs Drauhan

 

September 23, 1795

Fitzgibbon, Michael

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

September 28, 1789

Fitzpatrick, Patrick

Servant of Leigh and Co. which had just gone bankrupt. He wanted his wages.

 

April 1, 1793

Flemon, Nicholas

Shipped from Ireland with this person in 1788 for £13.0 and now cannot get his pay.

Hinton, John

April 1, 1793

Flemon, Nicholas

Worked for this merchant in 1788:

Whiteborn, Thomas

December 3, 1792

Fling, Andrew

Entered this person’s store and stole a gallon of rum:

Tydel, Richard

December 24, 1792

Fling, Andrew

Sentenced to 24 lashes to be administered at Northside of Harbour, 24 at the Southside and 24 at the flag staff of the Court House and then to be deported.

 

September 23, 1786

Fling, William

Former partner of:

Whealan, Martin

September 23, 1795

Flynn, Catherine

Witness in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon

 

July 30, 1785

Fohey, Michael

Sued this person for debt owed:

Dowlin, William

August 24, 1795

Foley, James

Said he was given watch by this person:

Pritchard, Penelope

September 11, 1773

Foran, Thomas

Renews resident ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

April 4, 1793

Fortey, Thomas

Member of jury in Brien vs Drauhan

 

July 15, 1793

Frady, Michael

Charged their master with not providing them their provisions:

Withycombe, John

October 3, 1775

Frederick, Thomas Lenox

Surrogate for Ferryland District

 

August 25, 1784

French, Michael

Sued by this person and others for recovery of £4.10 for passage from Ireland:

Shortwell, ???

October 8, 1782

Gibbs, John

Constable in Fermeuse

 

September 23, 1786

Gibbs, Thomas

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

September 29, 1789

Giddley, Allen Griffin

Late agent of Renews.

 

September 23, 1786

Goff, Patrick

Member of jury in Hodge vs Gibbs.

 

October 4, 1775

Goldsmith, Thomas

This Ferryland resident ordered to appear in court.

 

October 5, 1775

Goldsmith, Thomas

Member of jury in Cullin vs Tree.

 

October 8, 1782

Gooff, Patrick

Ordered to appear in court in Renews.

 

October 8, 1782

Gooff, Patrick

Witnessed the refusal to appear in court of Thomas Drew

 

August 31, 1785

Gorman, Jeffery

Agent for this company testified in Jackman vs Leigh:

Leigh, Philip and Co.

September 23, 1786

Gorman, Jeffery

Agent for Leigh and Co.

 

April 4, 1793

Gorman, Richard

Member of jury in Brien vs Drauhan

 

October 8, 1782

Grant, James

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse.

 

October 24, 1782

Grant, James

Refused to appear on a charge of rioting.

 

September 28, 1789

Granville, Benjamin

Servant of Leigh and Co. which had just gone bankrupt. He wanted his wages.

 

August 17, 1795

Gregory, William

This Brigus planter complained that certain persons had erected fences across the path from Timber Cove , near Brigus, to a point of land called “Hares Ears”.

 

September 29, 1789

Griffin, Christian

Merchant of Renews.

 

September 11, 1773

Griffin, Patrick

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

September 20, 1790

Grymes, John

This fisherman charged his master with ill treatment, beating and non-payment of wages:

Grant, Richard

September 23, 1786

Haberlain and Forestal

Owed this company £75.16.9

 

September 23, 1786

Haberlain, and Forestal

Owed this person £55.7.10 :

Sweetland, Henry

October 26, 1782

Haberlain, Paul

Fined £6.3.6 for riotious behaviour.

 

October 8, 1782

Haberldin, Paul

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

July 30, 1785

Hackett, Simon

Testified in Fohey vs Dowlin.

 

October 8, 1782

Handlin, John

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Handlin, John

Fined £1.1 for participating in a riot.

 

October 14, 1790

Harney, Matthew

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

July 30, 1785

Harvie, Admiral

Testified in the Williams vs Pulman case and said Williams was very lazy.

 

August 26, 1784

Hay, Daniel

Testified in Roily vs Doble case.

 

February 4, 1793

Hays, Michael

Sued this person for the return of his dog:

Dwyer, Thomas

October 8, 1782

Hickey, Michael

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Hickey, Michael

Fined £1.1 for participating in a riot.

 

September 23, 1795

Hickey, Mickell

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

October 14, 1790

Hill, Mr.

Asked for mercy for Patrick Lundergan who was an old man of good character.

 

October 5, 1775

Hill, Samuel

Member of jury in Cullin vs Tree.

 

August 31, 1785

Hinton, John

Involved in dispute over Arthur Jackman’s boat.

 

September 23, 1786

Hinton, John

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

April 1, 1793

Hinton, John

Fined £10.0 and ordered to pay Flemon the money owed.

 

July 30, 1785

Hodge, Caleb

Jury foreman.

 

August 31, 1785

Hodge, Caleb

Foreman of the jury in Jackman vs Leigh and Co.

 

September 23, 1786

Hodge, Caleb

Land dispute over ground in Capelin Bay with:

Gibbs, Thomas

September 23, 1786

Hodge, Caleb

Member of jury in Leigh and Co. vs Larey

 

September 11, 1773

Hogan, Michael

To give evidence in Cornelius Delaney vs Richard Pearce

 

September 23, 1795

Holahan, Laurence

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

October 26, 1782

Holly, Robert

Fermeuse merchant and master of this person ordered to seize his goods for rioting:

Grant, James

August 31, 1785

Hopkins, John

Sued this person over a contract dispute:

Gidley, George

July 21, 1795

Houlahan, John

Testified in Ryan vs Evoy

 

September 23, 1786

Hunt, Arthur

Member of jury in Hodge vs Gibbs.

 

September 28, 1789

Hunt, Arthur

Agent for:

Holdsworth, Robert

September 15, 1790

Hunt, Arthur

Charged this person with neglect of duty on board the "Tom Cod" and assault:

Cullen, James

September 15, 1790

Hunt, Arthur

Charged this person with neglect of duty on board the “Tom Cod” and assault:

Kensbeer, Joseph

September 20, 1790

Hutchings, Richard

Testified that he was agent fro Mr. Sparkes who has since returned to England along with all his account books. Court ordered books to be returned to Newfoundland to settle the account with :

Brazil, William

September 14, 1773

Ingersoll, Nehemiah

Member of jury in Butler vs Shortall.

 

September 23, 1786

Jack, James

Member of jury in Hodge vs Gibbs.

 

August 31, 1785

Jackman, Arthur

Sued Leigh and Co.

 

August 31, 1785

Jackman, Arthur

Signed over his boat to Jeffery Gorman for a debt owed. Gorman was supposed to continue to pay this person his wages:

Knox, John

August 31, 1785

Jackman, Arthur

Signed over his boat to Jeffery Gorman for a debt owed. Gorman was supposed to continue to pay this person his wages:

Jackman, Theobald

July 28, 1794

Jackman, Catherine

Sued this person for abuse and assault:

Power, Catherine

October 8, 1782

Jago, Thomas

Witnessed the refusal to appear in court of Thomas Drew

 

September 1, 1785

Jenkins, Philip

Testified in Hopkins vs Gidley

 

September 9, 1773

Jennings, William

Sued this resident of Renews

Gaffary, Andrew

September 9, 1773 

Jones, James Howell

Surrogate for Ferryland District

 

March 23, 1793

Jordan, John

This Lamaunch ferryboat keeper was granted a fee of six pence for passage and re-passage across the river.

 

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

This Ferryland master complained that this servant refused to mow his hay as ordered:

Colbert, Edmond

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

This Ferryland master complained that this servant refused to mow his hay as ordered:

McGie, Robert

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

This Ferryland master complained that this servant refused to mow his hay as ordered:

O’ Bryan, William

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

Cain, James

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

Wall, James

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

Bryne, Richard

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

Larkan, Dennis

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

Colbert, Edmond

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

McGie, Robert

August 22, 1785

Kane, James

Claimed he had provided provisions for this servant.

O’ Bryan, William

October 14, 1790

Kavenaugh, James

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

October 14, 1790

Kavenaugh, William

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

September 14, 1795

Kearsey, Walter

This servant claimed he was sick and could not work and he wants his unpaid wages from:

Shanahan, William

September 23, 1786

Keating, James

Complained that their fish was being seized by this person to pay passage for their servants:

Sweetland, Henry

August 1, 1794

Keating, John

Contract dispute with this company:

Vening and Allen

September 14, 1773

Keating, Mary

Complained that this person came into her house and sat on her bed after her husband had left the house and tried to have his way with her:

Kennely, Stephen

September 14, 1773

Keating, Mary

Complained that this person came into her house and sat on her bed after her husband had left the house and tried to have his way with her:

McGraugh, John

September 14, 1773

Keating, Mary and John

Were found to be running a disorderly house and the court recommended they be shipped back to Ireland.

 

October 4, 1775

Keaton, James

Ordered to appear in court. Letter sent to this resident of Breakus:

Keaton, Samuel

September 18, 1773

Keely, Patrick

Held a note of hand for :

Cantwill, William

September 14, 1773

Keen, James

Member of jury in Butler vs Shortall.

 

September 23, 1795

Kelley, Michael

Jury member in Murphy vs Dauton and Whealon.

 

September 23, 1786

Kelly, ???

Assaulted:

Gibbs, George

October 14, 1790

Kelly, John

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

October 8, 1782

Kelly, Philip

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Kelly, Philip

Refused to appear on a charge of rioting.

 

October 26, 1782

Kelly, Philip

Fined £6.3.6 for riotious behaviour.

 

October 14, 1790

Kelly, William

Charged with stealing fish from Mr. Hill.

 

July 14, 1794

Keney, Margret

Fined 40 shillings for selling liquor without a licence.

 

September 23, 1786

Kennedy, John

Testified in Welsh vs Leigh and Co.

 

September 28, 1789

Kennedy, John

Servant of Leigh and Co. which had just gone bankrupt. He wanted his wages.

 

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Charged this person with assault. Found guilty of assault but escaped.

Fitzgerald, David

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Charged this person with assault. Found guilty of assault but escaped.

Fitzgerald, James

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Charged this person with assault. Found guilty of assault but escaped.

Whelan, William

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Charged this person with assault. Found guilty of assault but escaped.

Power, Nicholas

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Charged this person with assault. Found guilty of assault but escaped.

Whelan, Patrick

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Charged this person with assault. Found guilty of assault but escaped.

Murphy, Edward

September 13, 1773

Kennely, Stephen

Testified that this person prevented him from getting a worse beating:

Power, Nicholas

October 8, 1782

Kenney, Andrew

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Kenney, Andrew

Fined £3.3.6 for participating in a riot.

 

October 8, 1782

Kenney, William

Ordered to appear in court in Fermeuse

 

October 24, 1782

Kenney, William

Fined £3.3.6 for participating in a riot.

 

September 13, 1773

Kidney, Patrick

Kennely was carried into his house and was bruised in his private parts.

 

September 13, 1773

Kidney, Patrick

Testified in Kennely assault case. Said he was drinking in this person’s house:

Keaton, John

October 5, 1775

Kinsheld, Patrick

Petitioned the court for payment of wages owed by:

Pendergrass, Simon

September 11, 1773

Knowlan, James

Ordered to appear at court for not obeying summons.

 

September 13, 1773

Knowlan, James

Sued this boatbuilder:

Bryan, James

September 14, 1773

Knowlan, James

Fined £10.0

 

August 19, 1793

Knowlan, Thomas

This person is sick and wants to be discharged by his master:

Williams, Stephen

September 29, 1789

Knox, William

Merchant of Waterford.

 

Page Transcribed by Ray Curran (May 2001)

Page Updated by Don Tate (June 2001)

Page Revised by Craig Peterman (September 2002)

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