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Ferryland District Colonial records.
"1700's to 1800's early"
Part 2 (K - Z)

DATE PERSON 1 REASON FOR MENTION PERSON 2

September 19, 1760

Kane, James

Fermouze resident ordered to pay this company money owed:

Holdsworth and Dran

August 2, 1768

Keates, John

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

September 28, 1765

Keen, James

In debt to the estate of this person in the amount of 167 pounds:

Ludwick, Mary ( Dec.)

September 28, 1765

Keen, James

Ordered to pay half of  his debt to:

Ludwick, William

September 28, 1765

Keen, James

Ordered to pay half  of his debt to:

Ludwick, Mary ( now called Fitzwater)

September 4, 1766

Keen, John at Freshwater

Ordered to pay debt of 16 pounds to Ludwick, William and Mary

 

August 2, 1768

Kelly, Paul

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 20, 1795

Kenny, Margret

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

September 28, 1792

Knox, William

Given grant of land in Fermeuse

 

August 25, 1750

Land, William

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

July 7, 1752

Land, William

Justice of the Peace in the Quinn murder trial

 

August 26, 1754

Land, William

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

May 27, 1753

Land, William

Verified Benger’s claim to land in Ferryland

 

September 22, 1755

Land, William

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

October 6, 1755

Land, William

Justice of the Peace in Renews

 

October 21, 1778

Land, William   Merchant

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants   22

 

Octo10, 1782

Lane, Captain

Ordered to Ferryland to capture persons who have robbed a shipwreck by Govenor:

Campbell, John

October 10, 1770

Langman, Edward Rev.

Was in Ferryland 22 years ago and swore that Seal owned the land seized by Shapely.

 

October 2, 1752

Le Cras, Edward

Commander of His Majesty’s Sloop”Otter”

 

May 26, 1752

Limbrey, John

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 14, 1778

Limbrey, William

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

July 29, 1778

Limbrey, William

Signed a petition to the govenor looking for assistance in defending Renews

 

September 4, 1766

Ludwick, Mary

This deceased person had a dispute with this person over her accounts:

Benger, John

August 20, 1753

Ludwigg, Mary

Sister of:

Ludwigg, William

September 26, 1752

Ludwigg, William

Holds a mortgage dated February 12, 1739 or 1740 on plantation houses and fishing room situated near “The Pool” in Ferryland on behalf of his deceased father:

Ludwigg, John Esq.

August 20, 1753

Ludwigg, William

Claimed that he and his sister’s property has been taken by:

Weston, Peter

August 20, 1753

Ludwigg, William and Mary

Children and heirs of :

Ludwigg, John and Mary

September 24, 1784

Lumecraft, James

Seaman belonging to brig “Elizabeth and Kitty” cannot get his pay from master.

 

August 20, 1779

Lumsdaine, Mr.

Visited Ferryland and met with Carter.

 

August 27, 1754

Maidman, Govenor

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

October 14, 1788

Martin, William

Torbay resident has law suit against Ferryland resident:

Dobel, John

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Petitioned that he was not paid rent for his plantation by the folowing person for the period September 29, 1761 to June 30, 1762. The enemy were in St. John’s and the renters had to abandon the plantation.

Carter, Robert

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Petitioned that he was not paid rent for his plantation by the folowing person for the period September 29, 1761 to June 30, 1762. The enemy were in St. John’s and the renters had to abandon the plantation.

Moore, William

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Petitioned that he was not paid rent for his plantation by the folowing person for the period September 29, 1761 to June 30, 1762. The enemy were in St. John’s and the renters had to abandon the plantation.

Shea, Michael

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Petitioned that he was not paid rent for his plantation by the folowing person for the period September 29, 1761 to June 30, 1762. The enemy were in St. John’s and the renters had to abandon the plantation.

Brasil, Michael

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Petitioned that he was not paid rent for his plantation by the folowing person for the period September 29, 1761 to June 30, 1762. The enemy were in St. John’s and the renters had to abandon the plantation.

Kelly, Patrick

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Petitioned that he was not paid rent for his plantation by the folowing person for the period September 29, 1761 to June 30, 1762. The enemy were in St. John’s and the renters had to abandon the plantation.

Hollohan, John

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Complained that this person ancestors had not complied with a covenant entered into with him:

Benger, Richard

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Complained that this person is trying to cheat him out of a quarter of a years rent:

Shea, Michael

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Complained that this person is trying to cheat him out of a quarter of a years rent:

Brasil, Michael

September 10, 1763

Mason, Richard

Charged that this person allowed a rental property to fall into ruin:

Benger, Richard

September 10, 1797

May, Captain

Member of recruiting party for Royal Fusillers.

 

September 26, 1752

May, William

Justice of the Peace in Ferryland

 

October 21, 1778

McClure, Alex   Merchant

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants   25

 

August 3, 1749

McDaniel, Francis

Agrees to lease the Roberts plantation from:

Pasmore, William

September 10, 1784

McDaniel, Hannah

This resident of Ferryland and her husband were given a grant of land.

 

October 4, 1779

McDonald, William

Complained that his fish was being seized by:

Hodge, Caleb

September 4, 1759

McDonnell, Francis

Master of :

Hogan, Moses

January 1, 1800

McLarthy, Adam

Licenced to sell liquor in Ferryland

 

October ??, 1788

Migart, John

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 28, 1790

Milbanke, Govenor

Tells Robert Carter that the residents will have to pay their share of funds to send back the Irish Prisoners

 

July 1, 1764

Miller, Ensign

Reported the condition of the garrison at Ferryland

 

August 24, 1764

Miller, William Ensign

This ensign of the 45th Regiment lived in House sold to Bowen by:

Carter, Robert

October 21, 1778

Mograge, Thomas

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants   17

 

October 25, 1752

Molley, John

Witness to the survey of 1752 done for Sam Roberts

 

June 8, 1758

Molloy, John

Witness to the deposition of :

Tucker, Philip

July 7, 1777

Montagu, John

Govenor issued a proclamation ordering all Irish servants who have erected houses and fences to immediately tear them down as they did not have permission to build.

 

July 24, 1776

Montagu, John Govenor

Wants grass cut on Isle of Bois sent to him to feed his stock.

 

May 20, 1777

Montagu, John on Board H.M.S. Romney

Wrote a letter to Robert Carter warning him against issuing any liquor licences without the collection of the appropriate fees.

 

October 12, 1784

Montague, Govenor

Granted Flood’s plantation to :

Bromley,????

July 24, 1776

Montague, John

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

August 2, 1768

Moore, Stephen

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 2, 1768

Moore, Stephen

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained  6 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 20, 1784

Moore, Stephen

Objected to sale of Allen’s land to :

Sweetland, Henry

August 2, 1768

Morey, Josiah

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 2, 1768

Morrisey, Cornelius

Ordered to  pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 21, 1778

Murch, Benjamin

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants    21

 

October 2, 1752

Murphy, Dan

Present at court held in Renews

 

May 26, 1752

Murphy, Daniel

Has a fishing room next to one being disputed

 

August 2, 1768

Murphy, Edward

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained  3 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 30, 1766

Murphy, James

Owned the cow in dispute between Doble and Farrel

 

October ??, 1788

Murphy, James

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 13, 1779

Murphy, John

Agent for London business:

Sutton, John Esq

October 13, 1779

Murphy, John

Agent for London business:

Muthauson, Englebert

July 7, 1752

Murphy, William

Accused of murdering:

Quinn, William

September 30, 1752

Murphy, William

Sentenced to death for the murder of Quinn.

 

May 31, 1753

Murphy, William

Pardoned by the King and ordered released from his confinement

 

October 15, 1773

Nation, Richard

Owned the plantation adjoining Carter’s new stage

 

October ??, 1788

Neel, George

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 20, 1795

Norris, Thomas

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

October 14, 1778

Northey, Gilbert

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

July 29, 1778

Northey, Gilbert

Signed a petition to the govenor looking for assistance in defending Renews

 

September 15, 1772

Norton,Isaac

Forced to go fishing with someone other than Carter in order to look after his indigent mother:

Newman, William

October 10, 1770

O’ Bryan, Darby

Testified against his master, Badcock, in the case of Tobin vs Badcock.

 

October 24, 1788

O’ Donnell, W. Father

Priest in Ferryland involved in riots.

 

September 4, 1766

Pallisser, Hugh

Governor of Newfoundland

 

August 30, 1766

Pallisser, Hugh

Sent his surrogate to settle the Thomas vs Wills case

Brathwaite, Captain R

August 24, 1764

Pallisser, Hugh

Letter agreeing to the sale of the house on Island of Bois and claiming that the island is solely owned by the crown.

Carter, Robert

September 14, 1765

Pallisser, Hugh

Settled a dispute between Colombies and :

Carter, Richard

September 14, 1765

Pallisser, Hugh

Found that Carter and Colombies had conspired to defraud other creditors by changing a document witnessed by the Mayor of Exon

 

September 10, 1797

Partridge, Lieut.

Member of recruiting party for Royal Fusillers.

 

August 27, 1750

Pasmore, Richard

Ordered to survey land for Carter’s proposed new store

 

September 14, 1750

Pasmore, Richard

Seized the assets of the estate of this person resulting in his servants not getting their wages:

Hutchins, James

May 27, 1753

Pasmore, Richard

Verified Benger’s claim to land in Ferryland

 

August 21, 1755

Pasmore, Richard

Ordered to pay his father’s bills to:

Doble, John

August 21, 1755

Pasmore, Richard

Son of deceased resident:

Pasmore, Richard ( Sen)

October 25, 1752

Pasmore, Richard

Witness to the survey of 1752 done for Sam Roberts

 

October 9, 1788

Pellen, Captain

Captain of the “Winchelsea” agrees with resident of the need for protection and suggests a ship be stationed in The Pool.

 

August 27, 1750

Penharwood, Joan

Daughter who predeceased her father:

Jenkins, John Esq

May 26, 1752

Pennel, Thomas

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Pennell, Thomas

Present at court held in Renews

 

May 26, 1752

Petley, Thomas

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

August 24, 1764

Philips, Captain

Was a witness to land transaction on board the” Antelope” in Caplin Bay

 

May 4, 1764

Phillips, Captain

Captain of “Spy” appointed surrogate commissioner from Cape Race to Bay Bulls.

 

October 25, 1799

Phillips, F.

Filed a report on the bankruptcy of :

Power, Patrick

August 19, 1751

Pierce, William

Servant who assaulted his master sentenced to 39 lashes:

Wells, Henry

September 8, 1800

Pole, C. M.

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

October 2, 1752

Pondwall, Matthew Vice –Admiral

Attended court in Renews

 

May 26, 1752

Pools, Robert

Has a  fishing room next to one being disputed

 

August 23, 1768

Poor, Martin

Had trouble getting his wages and passage home to Ireland from this planter of Freshwater:

Keen, James

October 2, 1752

Potbury, Thomas

Present at court held in Renews

 

August 19, 1751

Powell, Joseph

Servant who assaulted his master sentenced to 39 lashes :

Wells, Henry

October 24, 1788

Power, Father

Priest in Ferryland involved in riots.

 

October 22, 1779

Power, Frances

She left her plantation in Renews in the hands of :

Sparkes, James

August 2, 1768

Power, Michael

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 20, 1795

Power, Michael

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Capeland Bay

 

September 24, 1757

Power, Nicholas

Said the trustee of his estate refused to give an account of their affairs

Welsh, James

September 24, 1757

Power, Nicholas

Said the trustee of his estate refused to give an account of their affairs

Power, Thomas

October 12, 1784

Power, Peter

Signed a petition supporting the claim of:

Jennings, William

August 27, 1750

Power, Thomas

Took out a judgement against:

 

September 14, 1750

Power, Thomas

Executor of the estate of :

Hutchins, James

June 8, 1758

Power, Thomas

Witness to the deposition of :

Tucker, Philip

August 22, 1777

Power, Thomas

Hired as salter on the Brig “ Eleoner” by:

Holdsworth, Robert

October ??, 1788

Pridham, William

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 21, 1778

Pringle, Captain

This chief engineer was ordered to establish a battery in Renews.

 

October 21, 1778

Pringle, Captain Robert

His proposals for defense of Ferryland were being ridiculed at Ferryland and it was being led by an American

 

October 20, 1778

Pringle, Robert

Chief engineer proposed four batteries in Ferryland: first on Isle of Boyce, second in the middle of the harbour, third at Freshwater to defend the South Beach and the fourth on Cold East Point.

 

October 20, 1778

Pringle, Robert

Proposed two batteries at The Mount.

 

October ??, 1788

Pyne, Thomas

Signed petition for protection:

 

August 24, 1764

Qualy, Captain

Ordered to pay six pounds for the sale of house by:

Carter, Robert

August 27, 1750

Quinland, Timothy

Charged this person with beating him and cheating him of one pound five shillings

Keen, James

September 14, 1765

Race, Richard

Justice of the Peace in Ferryland

 

September 20, 1797

Reddy, Michael

Disputed title to land claimed by:

Dutton, Michael

August 2, 1768

Reed, John

Ordered to  pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 4  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 15, 1776

Remow, Lawrence

Fishing Admiral in Ferryland

 

September 26, 1752

Rex, Henry

Deceased resident of Ferryland who owed money to the estate of :

Ludwigg, John Esq.

September 24, 1757

Roach, Thomas

Charged his master with not paying him his wages:

Shea, Walter

October 26, 1750

Roberts, Mary

 Complains that she did not get any rent from:

Murphy, Thomas

June 8, 1758

Roberts, Mary

She had signed lease with Dr. Yorkers after her second marriage without her husband’s consent and therefore it was invalid

 

June 8, 1758

Roberts, Sam

Claimed he is heir to a plantation in Ferryland now in the possession of:

Weston, Peter Esq.

June 8, 1758

Roberts, Sam

Has two sisters;

Acton, Mary and Sarah

June 8, 1758

Roberts, Sam

His plantation runs from Anchor Rock 500 feet along the shore to storehouse owned by:

Thompson, Sir Peter

October 24, 1749

Roberts, Sam

Letter from his cousin inquiring about her children and giving some information regarding property

Roberts, Mary

June 8, 1758

Roberts, Sam

He is a nephew and only living relative of :

Roberts, William ( Jr.)

September 10, 1763

Roberts, Sam

Claimed a piece of ground contiguous to his plantation which was originally cleared and enclosed by:

Tyning, Rote

October 25, 1752

Roberts, Sam and Mary

Survey of plantation done in 1752

 

August 3, 1749

Roberts, Samuel

Letter to him from his cousin giving details of lease agreements:

Roberts, Mary ( Acton)

June 8, 1758

Roberts, William ( Jr.)

Had a son who predeceased him:

Roberts, David

June 8, 1758

Roberts, William ( Sen.)

Owns a plantation on the North Side of Ferryland named “Browning Place”

 

June 8, 1758

Roberts, William ( Sen.)

Left Browning Place to his eldest son:

Roberts, William ( Jr.)

June 23, 1757

Rogers, Thomas

Commanding Royal Regiment of Artillery at Ferryland

 

October 21, 1778

Rogers, W.

Robert Carter is ordered to collect tax from this resident or seize his property.

 

September 2, 1792

Romney, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 20, 1794

Romney, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

October 7, 1787

Romney, Peter and Co.

Given a grant of land in Fermeuse

 

October ??, 1788

Romney, Peter J. P.

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 20, 1795

Ronan, Matthew

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

September 16, 1751

Rose, Richard

No longer Justice of the peace

 

July 17, 1760

Ross, Walter Captain

Gave his report on Buoy’s Island

 

September 19, 1760

Rouse, William

Renews resident ordered to appear in court to answer charges laid by:

Wills, Henry and Co.

August 27, 1750

Rouze, Esther

Daughter of:

Jenkins, John Esq

August 14, 1784

Rowe, James

This Renews resident is being hindered in taking possession of his father’s estate by:

Jackman, Arthur

August 14, 1784

Rowe, James

This Renews resident is being hindered in taking possession of his father’s estate by:

Power, Stephen

September 29, 1781

Rowe, William

Ordered to measure and survey land:

Dutton, Michael

October 16, 1786

Rowland, John

Claims he is owed wages and passage to Ireland by:

Sulivan, John

October 2, 1752

Rust, William

Present at court held in Renews

 

July 7, 1752

Ryan, George

Surgeon at Fermouze who testified in the Quinn murder trial

 

September 10, 1763

Sanders, William

Lost his patent to his plantation called “ Pegger’s Room” in a fire in the premises of :

Carter, Robert

September 18, 1785

Saunders, Daniel

Ordered to collect fees for the capture of:

Hector, John

September 14, 1759

Saunders, William

Clamb Cove resident owed  over 969 pounds to :

Smith and Applebee

April 13, 1765

Saxton, Captain

Appointed Surrogate Commissioner from Cape Ray to Ferryland

 

August 29, 1750

Scurlock, Ann

Daughter of :

Jenkins, John Esq

August 27, 1750

Scurlock, John

Occupied Jenkins plantation from 1742 to 1750 and was ordered to pay rent due to :

Kingman, Thomas

September 14, 1750

Seal, Josiah

Ferryland resident encroached upon land belonging to the estate of :

Hutchins, James

October 25, 1752

Seal, Josiah

Witness to the survey of 1752 done for Sam Roberts

 

September 10, 1763

Seal, Josiah

Made an invalid claim against:

Tucker, Henry

August 2, 1768

Seal, Josiah

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 7  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 10, 1770

Seal, Josiah

Cleared a piece of land in Ferryland in 1729 and 1730 which had been not used as fishing rooms since 1685.

 

?????, 1750

Shannon, John

Ordered to pay this person for cows he had purchased:

Hutchins, James

October 10, 1770

Shapely, William

Seized a piece of land cleared and improved by:

Seal, Josiah

August 22, 1777

Shapely, William

Agent for Robert Holdsworth refused to pay Power for his time because he was seized and captured by an American Privateer.

 

August 2, 1768

Shapley, William

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 3  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 2, 1768

Shasty, Patrick

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 1  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 2, 1768

Shea, Mary

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 3  Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 2, 1768

Shea, Michael

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained  3 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

August 2, 1768

Shea, Michael

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 2 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

September 4, 1759

Shirl, Mr.

Accused this person of stealing his seine:

Redman, John

October ??, 1788

Shortall, James

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 20, 1795

Shortall, James

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

October 2, 1752

Shovan, Sam

Present at court held in Renews

 

September 15, 1772

Shuldham, Thomas

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

September 15, 1772

Shuldham, Thomas

Wrote a letter to Robert Carter assuring him that he would look into Carter’s complaint against:

Norton, Isaac

September 15, 1772

Shuldham, Thomas

Assures Carter that while he cannot indemnify him for the loss of Norton he will order the Admiral to proceed against him and :

Temple, ???

October 15, 1773

Shuldham, Thomas

Gave permission for the building of a stage 60 feet in length in the Eastward part of The Pool.

 

September 29, 1781

Skinner, William

Ordered to measure and survey land for :

Dutton, Michael

May 26, 1752

Smith, John

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Smith, John Rear Admiral

Attended court in Renews

 

????, 1750

Smith, Thomas

Has a plantation to the North West of pigeon’s Plantation

 

May 26, 1752

Sonning, Luke

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

September 28, 1776

Sparkes, James

Agent and Deputy Naval Officer at Renews.

 

October 1, 1776

Sparkes, James

Testified that the land being granted to Bromley has been vacant for at least five years.

 

June 20, 1770

Stacey, Henry

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

September 14, 1792

Stanley, captain

Master of H. M. S. Syren

 

October ??, 1788

Steel, Moses

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 12, 1784

Stephens, George

Signed a petition supporting the claim of:

Jennings, William

October 12, 1784

Stephens, John

Signed a petition supporting the claim of:

Jennings, William

May 26, 1752

Stephens, Samuel

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

September 30, 1752

Stripling, John Esq.

Sheriff of the island of Newfoundland

 

October 10, 1790

Stuart, William

This carpenter built the new court house and was granted 10 pounds extra for his labours.

 

October 23, 1789

Sugh, John

Has a law suit against :

Carter, Robert

October 19, 1773

Sullivan, John

Boatkeeper at Breacus by South applied for permit to build a stage. Granted

 

September 14, 1765

Summers, William

Agent for:

Colombies, Anthony

September 13, 1754

Sutton, Robert

Ferryland resident ordered to pay his debt to:

Stripling, John

October 20, 1784

Sweetland, Henry

Ferryland resident bought a garden from this person:

Allen, Alexander

October 18, 1790

Sweetland, Henry

Reprimanded by Govenor for bad management of official money. Description of court house here as well.

 

October 24, 1788

Sweetland, Henry (Treasurer)

Member of Ferryland Protestant court house committee

 

October ??, 1788

Sweetland, Henry J. P.

Signed petition for protection:

 

September 24, 1784

Swinston, John

Seaman belonging to brig “Elizabeth and Kitty” cannot get his pay from master.

 

August 2, 1768

Tanker, Charles

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained  2 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

May 27, 1753

Teed, Sam Admiral

Verified Benger’s claim to land in Ferryland

 

October 25, 1752

Teed, Sam Admiral

Witness to the survey of 1752 done for Sam Roberts

 

August 27, 1750

Thomas, Alice

Daughter of :

Jenkins, John Esq

May 26, 1752

Thomas, Richard

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Thomas, Richard

Present at court held in Renews

 

August 30, 1766

Thomas, Thomas

Being sued for debt owing his creditor:

Wills, Nicholas

August 27, 1750

Thomas, W.

Occupied “Point of Beach” plantation in Ferryland

 

October 24, 1749

Tindell, Captain

Carrying home passengers who used to rent from Mary Roberts:

Lorte, William and wife

October 10, 1770

Tobin, Dennis

This Brickus resident complained that another boatkeeper has stolen four barrows of fish:

Badcock, John

October 20, 1795

Tree, Francis

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

January 1, 1800

Tree, Francis

Licenced to sell liquor in Ferryland

 

October ??, 1788

Tree, Francis ( Sen.)

Signed petition for protection:

 

July 25, 1777

Tree, James

Seized property belonging to this Capelin Bay master who has fled:

Cunningham, Edward

July 24, 1776

Tucker, ????

Has a flake in the area of land owned by:

Weston, Catherine

September 24, 1757

Tucker, Henry

Petitioned that this person had built upon his land:

Duly, Patrick

October 13, 1759

Tucker, Henry

Said his mother was living with this man when she died and now he refuses to turn over the plantation to him:

Power, Thomas

October 13, 1759

Tucker, Henry

Order given that he be put in possession of his mother’s plantation

Edwards, Richard

September 10, 1763

Tucker, Henry

Complained that this man had kept his ewe, a sheep and lambs:

Seal, Josiah

August 2, 1768

Tucker, Henry

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained  1 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 18, 1762

Tucker, John

Claimed that he was owed money by his brother:

Tucker, Truston

June 8, 1758

Tucker, Philip

Ferryland resident remembers 80 years past that Roberts plantation was owned by:

Roberts, William (Sen.)

August 28, 1797

Waldegrave, Govenor

Said that Mr. Carter of Ferryland had committed some offense in a letter to:

Crofton, Captain

October 1, 1776

Wall, Henry

Testified that the land being granted to Bromley has been vacant for at least five years.

 

October 12, 1784

Wall, Henry

Signed a petition supporting the claim of:

Jennings, William

May 27, 1753

Wallace, Matthew

Verified Benger’s claim to land in Ferryland

 

September 10, 1763

Walley, John

Appointed arbitrator in Mason vs Benger

 

May 27, 1753

Walley, William

Verified Benger’s claim to land in Ferryland

 

September 9, 1760

Well, James Esq.

Ordered Whitty to pay Querk

 

August 19, 1751

Wells, Henry

Claims to have been assaulted by his servants and further charged that they refused to go for bait on Sunday

 

January 1, 1800

Welsh, James

Licenced to sell liquor in Ferryland

 

October 19, 1773

Welsh, John

Boatkeeper at Breacus by South applied for permit to build a stage. Granted

 

July 24, 1776

Weston, Catherine

Widow and relict of :

Weston, Peter

July 24, 1776

Weston, Catherine

Had two daughters:

Weston, Catherine and Sarah

July 24, 1776

Weston, Catherine

In the survey of her late husband’s land it states that it is bounded on one side by a house and land belonging to:

Shea, Mary

September 26, 1776

Weston, Catherine, Catherine and Sarah

Granted all of the estate of Catherine’s late husband Peter.

 

September 4, 1759

Weston, Mr.

Justice of the Peace

 

August 26, 1754

Weston, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

May 27, 1753

Weston, Peter

Verified Benger’s claim to land in Ferryland

 

September 22, 1755

Weston, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

October 7, 1755

Weston, Peter

Given rights to the property of : Page 206, Vol.2

Acton, Mary

September 24, 1757

Weston, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace by:

Clapman, John Esq., Deputy Govenor

June 8, 1758

Weston, Peter

Disputed Roberts claim to Browning Place

 

June 8, 1758

Weston, Peter

Ordered to pass over Browning Place to :

Roberts, Sam

September 24, 1759

Weston, Peter

Did not fill out his application for registration of the schooner” Weston” properly and was denied his request by:

Edwards, Richard

September 10, 1763

Weston, Peter

Appointed as umpire in Mason vs Benger

 

June 19, 1764

Weston, Peter

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls for Ferryland District

 

July 8, 1772

Weston, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace.

 

August 2, 1768

Weyland, John

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained  1 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

October 14, 1778

Whitborn, Michael

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

July 29, 1778

Whitborn, Michael

Signed a petition to the govenor looking for assistance in defending Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Whitborne, Thomas

Present at court held in Renews

 

September 1, 1754

Whitborne, Thomas

Ordered to pay his servants their wages for the previous year. Order sent to:

Benger, John

September 14, 1754

Whitburne, Thomas

This Ferryland Innkeeper was ordered by the governor to pay his servants their outstanding wages as reported by:

LeCras, Captain

May 26, 1752

White, Joseph

Master of the brigantine” Anna Maria” in the Harbour of Renews

 

May 26, 1752

White, Joseph Admiral

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

White, Joseph Admiral

Presided over court in Renews

 

October 21, 1778

White, William

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants    16

 

September 9, 1760

Whitty, John

Ordered to pay Renews resident his just wages:

Querk, Richard

September 9, 1760

Whitty, John

Ordered to pay wages to :

Conners, Jeffery

September 9, 1760

Whitty, John

Had taken over bankrupt business owned by:

Wren, William

September 9, 1760

Whitty, John

Had taken over bankrupt business owned by:

Hollett, John

September 26, 1752

Wickens, Henry

Heir and executor of :

Rex, Henry

August 11, 1755

William, Griffith

Gave a report of the garrison in Ferryland

 

August 23, 1797

Williams, Thomas

Apprehended and sent to Gaol. Volunteered for service with H. M. S. Latona

 

October 22, 1779

Wills and Whitborn

Merchants in Renews who occupy plantation belonging to:

Power, Frances

October 2, 1752

Wills, Henry

Present at court held in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Wills, Michael

Present at court held in Renews

 

May 26, 1752

Wise, William

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

September 10, 1763

Wyett, Bridget

Bought a house and ten acres of land for three dollars and three muggs of flip. Purchase not valid because of under value:

White, Thomas

October 24, 1749

York, William

Agrees to rent a property from:

Roberts, Mary

Ferryland District Coordinator
Kevin Reddigan

Page Transcribed by Ray Curran (February, 2001)

Page Revised by Don Tate (February 2001)

Page Revised by Craig Peterman (September 2002)

 

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