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Ferryland District
Surrogate Court Records
(ca 1800 - 1820's)
Part-3

 

Date Name Details Name Witness 1 Witness 2

April 25, 1820

McCarthy, Denis

Has a prior claim to property occupied by:

Brandy, William

   

November 11, 1818

McCay, Michael

Sued this person for his return passage to Ireland:

Holdsworth, Henry

   

November 3, 1817

McDaniel, Patrick

Sued:

Stabb, Ewen

   

March 9, 1803

McDaniel, Philip

Offers plantation in Capeland Bay as surety for money owed to

Tree, Francis

   

October 13, 1819

McDaniel, Richard

Charged with throwing a billet of wood at this person:

Brooking, Arthur

   

January 21, 1820

McGee, John

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

November 3, 1817

McGee, Mary

Granddaughter of Mary Whealan and daughter of:

McGee, John

Sweetland, Benjamin

McGee, John

September 28, 1789

McNamara, Michael

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

November 1, 1819

Meany, Francis

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

November 2, 1819

Merrinah, Patrick

Sued over a boat that was leaky:

Huolahan, John

   

October 2, 1789

Migualt, John

Agent for:

Meyer, Wilkins and Leary

   

October 24, 1820

Molloy, Nicholas

Charged with assaulting a surgeon in Ferryland:

Bryand, Lambert

Kinchela, John

Brown, Gregory

November 7, 1820

Molloy, William

Sued:

Brown, Michael

   

November 7, 1820

Molloy, William

Sued:

Hastings, ???

   

November 7, 1820

Molloy, William

Sued:

Gaul, Edmund

   

November 14, 1820

Molloy, William

Sued:

Keating, Patrick

   

November 14, 1820

Molloy, William

Sued:

Kelly, Matthew

   

November 1, 1819

Monahan, ???

Sued for wages owe:

Welsh, Mathias

Knox, John

Brennan, Joseph

September 26, 1788

Moore, Stephen

Lived in Aquaforte for 38 years

     

September 28, 1789

Moran, John

Owed money by John Sparks, agent for:

Leigh, Philip and Co.

   

????, 1802

Moran, Michael

Sued:

Dawson, Richard

   

November 9, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Cullem, Richard

   

November 9, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

McDaniel, Matthew

   

November 11, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

McCarthy, Michael

   

November 14, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Wotton, Samuel

   

November 14, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

McDaniel, Richard

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Power, Brien

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Hinchey, John

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Heagan, Philip

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Welsh, John

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Dunn, Bryan

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Lovett, Thomas

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Neil, Patrick

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Shannahan, Patrick

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Doherty, William

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Kehoe, Sylvester

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

McDaniel, James

   

November 23, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Heharty,  ???

   

November 25, 1820

Morison, Andrew

Sued:

Ryan, Michael

   

November 4, 1820

Morison, Dr. Andrew

For payment for additional treatment of  disease:

Welsh, David

   

October 26, 1820

Morrisey, Maurice

Charged with assault on the person of:

McGlinn, Michael

   

November 7, 1817

Morrison, Andrew

Presided over trial of Patrick Burne

     

October 21, 1818

Morrison, Andrew

Sued:

Crane, Patrick

   

October 21, 1818

Morrison, Andrew

Sued:

Doherty and Sons

   

May 5, 1820

Morrison, Andrew

Sued:

Carter, Robert and James

   

December 2, 1820

Morrison, Andrew

Sued Robert and James Carter for a bill owed by:

Welsh, David

   

September 13, 1819

Morrissey, Lawrence

Stole biscuits from this man because he was hungry:

Morrison, Andrew

   

December 13, 1813

Morry, Matthew

Owed money by:

Grant, Richard Senior, John , Richard Junior and William

Sweetland, William

Dunning, Richard

December 11, 1816

Morry, Matthew

Sold fishing rooms in Brigus to:

Morry, John

Sweetland, William

Sweetland, Benjamin

March 3, 1819

Morry, Matthew

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

January 21, 1820

Morry, Matthew (Junior)

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

May 17, 1817

Morry, Matthew and Co.

Company of Dartmouth and Caplin Bay sold property at the Head of Caplin Bay to:

Morry, John

Clift, Noah

Sweetland, William

April 15, 1816

Morry, Matthew representing Henry Holdsworth

Merchants determine current year supplies ,price and demand:

     

August 20, 1816

Morry, Matthew

Caplin Bay resident owed money to:

Morry, John

   

January 9, 1816

Morry, Matthew Junior

Husband of Robert Carter’s granddaughter:

Sanders, Ann

Tree, Francis

Sweetland, Benjamin

January 9, 1816

Morry, Matthew Junior

Settled the division of fishing rooms with :

Sanders, Richard

Sanders, Robert

 

February 11, 1819

Mulloney, John

Charged with stealing fish from the Nancy

     

May 11, 1818

Mulloney, Kearon

Sued this resident of Cape Broyle:

Coryear, Henry

   

November 2, 1818

Munn, John

Sued:

Merrigan, Thomas

   

November 2, 1818

Munn, John

Sued:

Gregory, James

   

October 10, 1818

Munn, John and James

Sued this company:

Hunt, Stabb and Preston

   

November 6, 1819

Munn, John and James

Sued:

Merigan, Thomas

   

October 21, 1818

Munn, Stuart and Co.

Sued:

Bryan, Michael

   

November 2, 1818

Munn, Stuart and Co.

Sued:

Neville, John

   

September 2, 1819

Munn, William

Sued:

Dormody, Thomas

   

August 4, 1819

Murphy, Daniel

Servant of this person who was not payed:

Fores, Richard

   

May 6, 17?5

Murphy, Edmund

Permission granted by Crown to fence land

     

September 20, 1819

Murphy, James

Sued this person for wages owed:

Dwyer, John

   

October??, 1802

Murphy, John

Stated his wife had taken a house in Ferryland belonging to a St. John’s resident:

Hayes, Margaret

   

November 7, 1817

Murphy, John

Sued Renews company to recover unpaid wages:

Codner, Henry and Co.

Jackman, George

Kelligrew, Thomas

September 20, 1819

Murphy, John

Sued this person for wages owed:

Dwyer, John

   

October 9, 1819

Murphy, John

Sued this insolvent company for money owed:

Benning and Huolahan

   

January 16, 1819

Murphy, Martin

Sued:

King, John

   

November 2, 1818

Neile, Margaret

Sued:

Munn, John and James

   

February 11, 1819

Neile, Martin

Charged with stealing fish from the Nancy

     

February 11, 1819

Neile, William

Charged with stealing fish from the Nancy

     

November 19, 1807

Neill, Constantine

Left half of fishing room in Fermeuse to :

Neill, Michael

Neill, John

 

May 24, 1814

Neill, Mary

Former wife of :

Neill, Constantine (Deceased)

   

 May 3, 1820

Neill, Michael

Admiral’s Cove, Fermeuse resident left his oldest son fishing rooms :

Neill, Constantine

Neill, John

 

May 3, 1820

Neill, Michael

Left fishing rooms on northside of Admiral’s Cove to his youngest son:

Neill, John ,Michael and James

Neill, John

 

May 3, 1820

Neill, Michael

Left 2 cows and I horse to his daughter:

Neill, Bridget

Neill, John

 

November 7, 1817

Nevil, Michael

Charged with stealing fish and arrested by Constable Power

 

Wyse, John

Blanch, John

October 1, 1797

Norris, Elenor

Wife of:

Norris, Thomas

   

April 15, 1816

Norris, Thomas

Merchants determine current year supplies, price and demand

     

January 23, 1818

Norris, Thomas

Sued:

Carter, Samuel G.

   

November 14, 1819

Norris, Thomas

Charged with selling liquor illegally:

 

Lawler, Mary

 

January 21, 1820

Norris, Thomas

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

October 24, 1820

Norris, Thomas

Charged with selling liquor illegally

     

May 1, 1821

Norris, Thomas

Sued:

Hancock, George W.

Shelly, Walter

 

January 21, 1820

Norris, William

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

September 28, 1789

Nowlin, David

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

September 28, 1789

Nowlin, Richard

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

November 30, 1818

O’ Donnell, William

Sued this person for wages owed:

Power, Edmund

Power, Peter

O’ Donnell, John

November 7, 1817

Paris, Robert

Charged with assault: Fled the area

Kelligrew, Constable John

   

May 18, 1819

Payne, Catherine

Charged this person with violent assault in his attempt to evict her from her property. Person was issued a peace bond.

Winsor, Peter

   

April 5, 1825

Payne, Thomas

Owed money to :

Winsor, Peter

Tree, Francis

 

March 14, 1815

Pearce, Robert

Agent for:

Clark, William and Co.

   

March 14, 1815

Pearce, Robert

Sold plantation to:

Levingston, Shannan

Pearce, Richard

 

September 28, 1788

Pellew, Govenor Edward

Granted beach that was cleared and occupied 16 years ago to:

Benger, John

   

November 17, 1817

Pendergast, Thomas

Sued this resident of Caplin Bay for wages owed:

Power, Michael

   

May 22, 1820

Pierce, Jasper

This carpenter sued this person:

Cullitan, Martin

   

????< 1825

Pitt, Robert

Indenture signed for apprenticeship in blacksmithing with:

Johnson, James and his Mother, Jane

Sask, William

Norris, Thomas

January 21, 1820

Pitt, Robert

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

April 2, 1814

Power, David

Renews resident left house and land to his grandson:

Ryan, Michael

Huolahan, John

McCarthy, Denis

October 30, 1823

Power, David

Cape Broyle resident owed money to:

Teage, William and John

Whiteway, Edward of Dartmouth

Murphy, Michael

March  20, 1807

Power, Edmund

Signed over house and property in Cape Broyle to:

Hutchings, Charles

   

September 28, 1789

Power, John

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

January 19, 1818

Power, John

Married to:

Neile, Margaret

   

November 6, 1819

Power, John

Sued this resident of Breakas(Brigus) for rent owed:

Power, Edmund

   

January 10, 1820

Power, John

Sued:

Coryear, Henry

   

November 8, 1817

Power, Matthew

Sued:

Whelan, ????

   

November 29, 1823

Power, Michael

Occupied land signed over to  John Teage by:

Tree, Philip

   

November 21, 1806

Power, Richard

Sold house and garden in Alley, Ferryland for money owed to:

Morry, Matthew

Sweetland, William

 

December 2, 1816

Power, Richard

Ferryland resident owed money to:

Carter, S. G. and Co.

   

October 25, 1811

Preston, John

Resident of Devon, England sold “Northside Room”, Fermeuse to:

Neal, Michael, Planter

   

October 14, 1793

Price, Burnaby

Agent for :

Aaron, Dellacroix and Poindexter

   

October 24, 1820

Pritchel, Martin

Charged with beating and wounding two children belonging to:

Dunn, Bryan

   

October 30, 1820

Pritchell, Patrick

Sued:

Keating, Patrick

   

October 30, 1820

Pritchell, Patrick

Sued:

Summers, William

   

October 14, 1790

Quin, Thomas

Convicted of fish stealing and sentenced to 24 lashes and deportation.

     

February 3, 1816

Quinlin, Thomas

Fermeuse resident owed money to:

Levingston, Shannon

   

September 20, 1819

Reardon, John

Sued this person for wages owed:

Dwyer, John

   

November 1, 1819

Redmond, John

Testified in the Evoy vs Calliahan trial

     

March 3, 1819

Rendell, Elias

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

August 2, 1819

Rendell, Francis

Sued:

Morrison, Andrew

   

May 20, 1820

Rendell, Francis

Sued:

Bulley, Richard

   

March 3, 1819

Rentoul, Dr. Robert

Sued this resident of Ferryland for wages owed.. Rentoul was the doctor for Ferryland to St. Mary’s under contract to:

Morrison, Andrew

   

October 18, 1820

Roche, John

Sued:

Goff, William

   

October 13, 1790

Romney, Peter

Appointed Justice of the Peace

     

May 1, 1800

Ronan, Matthew

Planter on Northside of Ferryland left estate West of Cornfield:

Culleton, Martin

Finn, Michael

Welch, Richard

July 12, 1809

Ronan, Matthew

Planter of Ferryland left his niece a piece of land bounded by:

Whelan, William

Seal, Josiah

 

July 12, 1809

Ronan, Matthew

Left a piece of land to his niece:

Culliton, Elizabeth

Power, Bryan

Cain, Martin

November 26, 1824

Ronan, Matthew

Last will and testament requested his burial in the South Burial Ground next to :

Culleton, James

   

November 26, 1824

Ronan, Matthew

Last will and testament left his property to his wife and then to his grandson:

Culleton, Martin

Murray, William

Caulfield, Patrick

November 11, 1819

Ronan, Matthew

Sued this person to recover cost of liquor supplied:

Roach, John

   

January 21, 1820

Ronan, Matthew

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

November 2, 1820

Ronan, Matthew

Sued:

Roche, John

   

November 1, 1819

Ronan, Murtagh

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

December 20, 1819

Rowe and Kelligrew

Sued:

Dwyer, John

Power, Constable John

 

November 7, 1820

Rowe and Kelligrew

Sued:

Gardner, Christopher

   

November 7, 1820

Rowe and Kelligrew

Sued:

McGrath, ???

   

November 7, 1820

Rowe and Kelligrew

Sued:

Robertson, John

   

November 15, 1820

Rowe and Kelligrew

Sued:

Gardner, Christopher

   

November 29, 1823

Ryan, Ann

Occupied land signed over to John Teage by:

Tree, Philip

   

March 25, 1816

Ryan, Thomas

Occupied garden owned by Elizabeth Foran

     

October 18, 1817

Ryan, Thomas

Charged this Renews resident with ill treatment:

Bryan, William

   

March 14, 1817

Ryley, James

Renews resident owed money to :

Kelligrew, John

   

April 15, 1816

Sanders, John

Merchants determine current year supplies, price and demand

     

March 3, 1819

Sanders, John

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

November 1, 1819

Sanders, John

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

January 21, 1820

Sanders, John

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

November 24, 1816

Sanders, John W.

Ferryland resident owed money to :

Carter, S. G. and Co.

   

April 15, 1816

Sanders, John William

Merchants determine current year supplies, price and demand

     

October 4, 1816

Sanders, John William

Fermeuse resident signed over fishing rooms at Rumney’s Cove to:

Carter, Samuel and Co.

Doyle, James

 

January 9, 1816

Sanders, Mary

Daughter of Robert Carter and mother of :

Sanders, Robert and Ann

Carter, James

Morry, Matthew Junior

November 10, 1818

Sanders, Robert

Resident of Aquaforte left his property to:

Sanders, William, Daniel, James, Ann and Mary

Gorman, Richard

Armstrong, William

April 30, 1821

Sanders, William

Sued:

Norris, Thomas

   

November 4, 1820

Seburne, James

Sued

Morrison, Andrew

   

October 9, 1819

Sennet, Nicholas

Sued this insolvent company for money owed

Benning and Huolahan

   

December 5, 1820

Shannahan, John

Sued:

Morrison, Andrew

   

November 17, 1817

Shannan, Neil

Charged this person with assault:

Codner, Thomas

   

October 18, 1817

Shea, Richard

Charged this Cape Broyle Company with overcharging:

Doherty and Co.

   

October 17, 1816

Shelley, Walter

Former resident of Port Law, Waterford now boatkeeper in Ferryland owed money to:

Holdsworth, Henry and Co.

Gorman, Richard

 

October 17, 1816

Shelly, Walter

Ferryland resident owed money to:

Holdsworth, Henry

   

October 7, 1818

Sisk, William

Sued this person for debt owed:

Smith, William

   

November 1, 1819

Smith, William

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

March 30, 1818

Soaper, John

Charged with refusal to work for Hunt, Stabb and Preston

     

November 6, 1820

Spencer, Rev. Aubrey G.

Sued:

Norris, Thomas

   

October 10, 1818

Square, John

This resident of Kings Bridge, Devon sued for debt owed:

Morry, Matthew

   

December 24, 1819

Stabb, Preston

Sued:

Huolahan, John

   

November 7, 1820

Stabb, Preston and Prowse

Sued:

Molloney, John

   

November 15, 1820

Stabb, Preston and Prowse

Sued:

Tool, Garret

   

May 18, 1811

Stabb, Thomas

Sold a room formerly known as Michael’s Room to:

Johnson, William

   

November 7, 1817

Stafford, Walter

Lost his surety given for Ennis, Hart and Paris

     

March 3, 1819

Steer, John

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

December 2, 1818

Stephens, John

Owed money to :

Hunt, Stabb and Codner

Quinn, John

 

November 1, 1819

Strong, Richard

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

September 25, 1809

Sulivan, John

Former owner of property in Brigus now owned by:

Dunphy, Edmund

   

October 16, 1817

Sullivan, Richard

Charged this person with ramming boats:

Codner, Joseph

Barnable, John

Conners, John

October 16, 1817

Sullivan, Richard

Charged this person with ramming boats:

Codner, Joseph

Smith, Andrew

Furlong, John

October 16, 1817

Sullivan, Richard

Charged this person with ramming boats:

Codner, Joseph

Wallis, Thomas

Codner, William

October 16, 1817

Sullivan, Richard

Charged this person with ramming boats:

Codner, Joseph

Burke, John

 

November 1, 1819

Sullivan, Richard

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

May 21, 1821

Sullivan, Richard

Sued:

Ryan, Matthew

   

October 7, 1818

Sweeny, Mary

Sued this person for board provided to another person:

Fowler, Patrick

   

June 6, 1818

Sweeny, Thomas

Charged this Ferryland resident with stealing wood:

Shannahan, John

   

June 6, 1818

Sweeny, Thomas

Charged this Ferryland resident with stealing wood:

Carberry, Matthew

   

March 1, 1819

Sweeny, Thomas

Charged this person with stealing his wood. Found guilty.

Shannahan, John

   

March 1, 1819

Sweeny, Thomas

Charged this person with stealing his wood. Found guilty.

Carberry, Matthew

   

March 3, 1819

Sweetland, Benjamin

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

January 21, 1820

Sweetland, Benjamin

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

October 21, 1818

Sweetland, Benjamin and William

Sued:

Macguire, John

   

April 10. 1805

Sweetland, David [through agent John Baker]

Leased Audley’s Plantation on Northside of Caplin Bay to:

Walsh, James

Evoy, Patrick

 

October 13, 1790

Sweetland, Henry

Appointed Justice of the Peace

     

January 21, 1820

Sweetland, Henry

Juror in Gallivan vs Tree

     

April 15, 1816

Swwetland, William

Merchants determine current year supplies, price and demand:

     

December 25, 1812

Teage, William

Agent for:

Holdsworth, Henry

   

December 25, 1812

Teage, William

Sold rooms called ”Sheeps Head” or Winchelnea Cove to:

Walsh, Matthew

Tree, F.

 

April 15, 1816

Teage, William

Merchants determine current year supplies, price and demand:

     

October 16, 1817

Teage, William

Appointed foreman of petty jury

     

March 3, 1819

Teage, William

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

May 1, 1821

Tobin and Gorman

Sued:

Whelan, Thomas

Ryan, Edmund

 

May 1, 1821

Tobin and Gorman

Sued:

Flahavan and Kiely

   

????, 1802

Tobin, John

Sued:

Morey, Matthew

   

???, 1802

Tobin, John

Sued the man who had assaulted him with a broom stick:

Power, Michael

   

October 18, 1817

Tobin, Patrick

Sued to recover money owed by:

Merrigan, Thomas

   

March 4, 1812

Tobin, William

Sold dwelling house and property  in Fermeuse known as Yellow Hill for 50 pounds to:

Fitzpatrick, Rev. Ambrose

Walsh, Peter

Neill, John

February 11, 1819

Tool, Thomas

Charged with stealing fish from the Nancy

     

September 28, 1789

Toole, James

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

November 27, 1816

Toole, Thomas

Renews resident signed over property for money owed to:

Hunt, Stabb and Preston

   

November 27, 1816

Toole, Thomas

Renews resident owed money to:

Hunt, Stabb and Preston

   

September 2, 1819

Toren, Charles

Sued:

Mathison, Captain

   

August 4, 1819

Tozer, William

Signed surety for wages owed to Richard Fores servants

     

March 3, 1819

Tozer, William

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

September 16, 1773

Tree, Francis

Granted land at head of Caplin Bay by:

Jones, Governor Jame Howell

   

November 26, 1815

Tree, Francis

Deputy Sheriff surveyed plantation known as Webber’s Room in Cape Broyle for:

Coryear, Henry

   

November 30, 1818

Tree, Francis

Claimed 10 pounds owed him by this person:

Fitzgerald, Maurice

   

November 29, 1823

Tree, Philip

Signed over property for money owed to:

Teage, John of Dartmouth

Whiteway, Edward

 

November 1, 1819

Upham, Matthew

Juror in Evoy vs Callihan trial

     

????, 1802

Vallance, Christopher

Sued:

Blackler, Richard

   

????, 1802

Vallance, Christopher

Sued:

Barry, Michael

   

November 15, 1815

Walch, Patrick

Ferryland resident owed money to:

Levingston, Shannon

   

December 13, 1819

Wall, John

Sued:

Carter, Samuel G.

   

October 18, 1817

Wallis, Walter

Sued this Caplin Bay resident over a land dispute:

Tobin, Patrick

   

October 18, 1817

Wallis, Walter

Claimed land in Caplin Bay cleared by a man who had since returned to Ireland:

Bryan, John

   

November 3, 1817

Walsh, James

Caplin Bay planter owed money to:

Cluency, David

Evoy, John

 

November 5, 1814

Walsh, Patrick and John

Signed over Fermeuse plantation called White House Room  as surety for money owed to:

Hunt, Stabb, Preston and Co.

Evans, Robert

Congdon, Thomas

December 21, 1808

Walsh, Peter

Agent for Merchant

MacBrain, J.

   

December 21, 1808

Walsh, Peter

Bought plantation  in Clear’s Cove belonging to :

Aylward, John and William

Doyle, Thomas

Hunt, James

January 5, 1808

Walsh, Richard

Cape Broyle resident owed money to:

Kough, George and Thomas, Merchants of Ross, Ireland

Coyle, R. W.

O’ Neill, James

March 25, 1816

Walsh, William

Occupied land at Freshwater owned by Elizabeth Foran

     

November 20, 1820

Walshe, John

Sued:

Dunphy, Thomas

   

November 20, 1820

Walshe, John

Sued this Breakus( Brigus) firm:

Colford and Co.

   

March 1, 1819

Ward, William

Charged this person with assault:

Fost, Richard

   

November 18, 1815

Welch, Joseph

Fermeuse resident owed money to:

Hunt, Stabb and Preston

   

October 24, 1820

Welsh, David

Charged with assault against:

Foley, Edmund

   

November 1, 1819

Welsh, Richard

Testified in the Monahan vs Welsh trial

     

October 6, 1818

Welsh, William

Testified in James Costelloe case against Still Brothers and Co.:

 

Norris, Thomas

 

March 19, 1804

Whealan, Mary

Bequeathed half her property to:

Magie, John

Walsh, James

 

November 3, 1817

Whealan, Mary

Ferryland resident gave her granddaughter land on north side of Ferryland

 

Sweetland, Benjamin

McGee, John

March 19, 1804

Whealon, Mary

Bequeathed half her property to:

Whealan, Bridget

Walsh, James

 

November 5, 1817

Whelan, Augustine

Sued Aquaforte resident:

Winsor, Peter

   

December 17, 1807

Whelan, J. Patrick

Cape Broyle resident owed money to:

Kough, George and Thomas, Merchants of Ross, Ireland

Coyle, R. W.

O’ Neill, James

November 5, 1817

Whelan, John

Sued Aquaforte resident :

Winsor, Peter

   

September 28, 1789

Whelan, Walter

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

November 7, 1817

White, Nicholas

Lost his surety given for Ennis, Hart and Paris

     

May 10, 1824

Whiteway, Edward

Paid bill owed by Patrick Dalton to:

Wright, Thomas

   

September 28, 1789

Williams, John

Owed money by bankrupted:

Leigh, Philip

   

June 11, 1819

Williams, William

Bought property belonging to:

Butland, Thomas

Beavis, Margaret

Butland, Thomas and Mary

March 3, 1819

Winsor, Peter

Juror in Rentoul vs Morrison

     

October 26, 1819

Wotton, Samuel

Cape Broyle resident owed money to:

Teage, William and John

Tree, P.

 

October 31, 1821

Wotton, Samuel

Cape Broyle resident owed money to:

Teage, William and John

Whiteway, Edward

 

November 25, 1815

Wotton, Samuel

Cape broyle resident owed money to:

Levingston, Shannon

   

November 17, 1817

Wotton, Samuel

Sued Cape Broyle Company:

Doherty and Son

   

 

 

Page Contributed and Transcribed by Ray Curran (January 2001)

REVISED: March 2016 (Kevin Reddigan)

 

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