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Ferryland - District Court Actions

Late 1700's to Early 1800's
Sorted Alphabetical by Surname

Part 3
Surnames - H to L

DATE PERSON REASON FOR MENTION PERSON 2
October 29, 1795 Habberlin, Paul Sued this person to recover damages to boat in a gale in Trepassey: Habberlin, Michael
June 4, 1762 Hacket, Simon Witnessed sale of land to : Moore, Stephen
June 6, 1791 Hackett, Simon Testified in Dillon vs Butler  
May 14, 1805 Hammond, ??? Charged this person with assault: Blundet, ???
January 30, 1791 Hanahan, Margaret Charged her husband with child abuse: Hanahan, Thomas
January 30, 1791 Hanahan, Thomas Received 39 lashes for child abuse  
April 11, 1791 Handerhan, Thomas Released from Jail after surety provided by: Pritchett, John
January ??, 1810 Hanlin, ??? Received stolen seine from servant of : Mackie, John
September 18, 1804 Hannan, ??? Sued this person for wages not paid: Griffin, John
May ??, 1806 Harney, ??? Sued: Poubret, ???
April 28, 1831 Harney, John This resident of Fermeuse was charged with assaulting another Fermeuse resident: Larissey, Thomas
September 17-30, 1788 Harper, Stephen In addition to being  fined this person was banished from district and people were forbidden to feed or house him. Gave himself up  
October 20, 1788 Harper, Stephen Negotiated a relief from corporal punishment but agreed to be shipped home.  
September 17-30, 1788 Harrington, Jerry Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
March 11, 1806 Harris, William Charged with shooting on the sabbath  
January 13, 1811 Harris, William Granted a licence to be married in the C of E church to: Sanders, Catherine
March 11, 1806 Haurey, Matthew Charged with shooting on the sabbath  
October 13, 1803 Hawkins, William Charged with striking this person with a hammer and tearing his clothes: Cole, Nathaniel
September 20, 1806 Hawsey, John Was put to the bed of this person at eight o' clock : Power, Catherine
November 19, 1804 Hawsy, ??? Sued this person for wages not paid: Preston, ???
October 19, 1829 Hayes, Michael Took a peace bond against : Hayes, John
November 12, 1804 Hayman, ??? Sued this person for money paid to diet person over winter: Morry, ???
November 12, 1804 Hayman, ??? Had dieted a person called: Hutch, ???
December ??, 1807 Head, ??? Charged this servant with riotous and disorderly behaviour. He was ordered to be deported. Carroll, ???
August 24, 1795 Head, Thomas Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
September 30, 1797 Head, Thomas Sued this person for money owed: Hearn, Thomas
March 13, 1802 Head, Thomas Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
September 20, 1806 Head, Thomas Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
June 25, 1798 Headen, William Owed money by Joseph Tucker of Dartmouth  
October 27, 1796 Hearn, Daniel Sued this person to recover half his wages seized by: Tree, Francis
August 2, 1830 Hearn, James Sued for breach of contract: Carter, Robert and James
August 5, 1830 Hearn, James Testified in case against Robert and James Carter  
November 26, 1792 Hederton, Patrick Paid a fine.  
August 17, 1831 Hefferan, John Assaulted: Smith, James
August 2, 1830 Henly, Samuel Dr. the estate of Sued this person for money owed for treatment provided: Mahony, Denis
September 17, 1804 Hickey, Terrence Accused of robbing his master: Tucker, William
September 19, 1804 Hickey, Terrence Sentenced to: Be led through the streets of Ferryland with a table on his back outlining his crime and at the most public place in the north and the south side he is to receive 24 lashes in each place with a cat-of-nine tails. He is to then be deported back to Ireland.  
November 24, 1791 Hill and Thomas of London Owners of schooner "Experiment"  
October 15, 1790 Hill, J. Witness to the settlement between Weston and McDaniel.  
September 25, 1786 Hill, John and Co. Sued for money owing: Haberlin and Forestal
November 23, 1797 Hill, John and Co. Sued to collect money owed by: Farrell, James
May 26, 1798 Hill, John and Co. Sued: Neile, William
October 6, 1798 Hill, John and Co. Sued: Doyle, Michael
October 13, 1798 Hill, John and Co. Sued this person to collect money owed: Maxey, William
November 8, 1798 Hill, John and Co. Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
September 8, 1799 Hill, John and Co. Sued: Brothers, Denis
September 11, 1799 Hill, John and Co. Sued: Brothers, Thomas, William and Richard
November 29, 1802 Hill, John and Co. Sued: Hutchings, Charles
December 20, 1793 Hill, John of London Owed money by this Brigus resident. Fishing room sold to pay outstanding debt: Sullivan, John
October 9, 1792 Hill, Thomas and Co. Sued this person for money owed: Tucker, William
October 12, 1792 Hill, Thomas and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: McDonald, William
January 2, 1832 Hinchy, ??? Sued: Morrison, James
April 7, 1830 Hines, John Sued his master for not providing sufficient food: Jordan, Thomas
August 15, 1831 Hines, John Charged with stealing mackerel from this person: Brodrick, William
June 25, 1833 Hines, John Bound to keep the peace  
September 25, 1786 Hinton, John Jury member in Leigh vs Larey  
September 22, 1794 Hinton, John Bidder on fishing rooms belonging to : Griffin, Andrew
August 24, 1795 Hinton, John Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
April 15, 1793 Hinton, John Paid a fine.  
October 27, 1797 Hinton, John Bought a sparr(spar) from this person but before he had achance to use it the French invasion forced him to return to England. Tis person took back the sparr but still demanded payment: Griffins, Andrew
October 9, 1792 Hinton, John Sued this person for interfering with his fishing flake: Tucker, William
September 23, 1786 Hodge, Caleb Land dispute in Caplin Bay with: Gibbs, Thomas
September 25, 1786 Hodge, Caleb Jury member in Leigh vs Larey  
September 26, 1786 Hodge, Caleb Owed money by: Kelly, Philip
August 11, 1794 Hodge, Caleb Foreman of jury in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Hodge, Caleb Foreman of Jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
July 30, 1798 Hodge, Caleb This agent for Arthur Holdsworth to hold wages for this person for Francis Tree: Kidney, William
March 13, 1802 Hodge, Caleb Foreman of jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
October 9, 1792 Hodge, Caleb Agent for this company: Holdsworth, Arthur and Co.
October 9, 1792 Hodge, Caleb Appointed arbitrator in Pritchett vs Shortall  
October 12, 1792 Hodge, Caleb Foreman of jury  
June 22, 1791 Hodge, Robert Committee member for the repair of the gaol.  
March 26, 1787 Hogan, ??? Charged that this person beat his boat partner who subsequently died: Shea, Patrick
March 26, 1787 Hogan, ??? Boat partner and nephew of : Ellward, Redmond
September 17-30, 1788 Hogan, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 12, 1792 Hogan, William Worked for this master: Migault, John
November 1, 1807 Holdsworth, A. Sued: Kelligrew, John and Henry
October 25, 1793 Holdsworth, Arthur Sued for money paid for passage from Ireland in 1792: Power, Richard
October 25, 1793 Holdsworth, Arthur Sued for money paid for passage from Ireland in 1792: Leary, Daniel
November 25, 1797 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued: Carney, John and Sons
July 26, 1798 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Held wages of this person for Richard Hutchings: Kidney, William
October 13, 1798 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Held wages of this person for John Hill and Co.: Maxey, William
November 8, 1798 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
May 1, 1799 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued: Irish, John
September 16, 1799 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Land at Brigus sold to pay bond owed by this person: Kennedy, James
December 2, 1799 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued: Mackey, John
October 9, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person over a mortgage in the amount of  £125: Keen, Mary
October 9, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect an outstanding mortgage: McacDonald, Philip
October 9, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person over money owed: Butler, Thomas
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued for mortgage owing on plantation by: Bryan, Michael
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person for  £203 owed by her late husband: Holley, Jane
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person and a number of others: Doolahunty, ???
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person and a number of others: Barnwell, ???
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person an d a number of others: Brett, ???
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person for money owed: Hoolan, Thomas
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Flavin, Patrick
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this Caplin Bay resident to collect outstanding debt: Murry, John
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Lenine, John
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Sliney, Thomas
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Holly and Hogan
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Jardine, Robert
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Whelan, John and Sons
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Sliney, Thomas
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Kennedy, James
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Sandford, Flarper and Co.
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Channell, William
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Bearns, William
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Sanders, William
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Sandford, Martin
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: McDonald, William
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Neal, John
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Tucker, William
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Sanders, John
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Fitzgerald and Flynn
October 12, 1792 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: McDonald, Philip
May 3, 1830 Holdsworth, Arthur and Co. Sued: Meany, Francis
February 11, 1833 Holdsworth, Henry Sued: Payne, Thomas
May 10, 1798 Holdsworth, Robert Sued: Shortall, James
November 8, 1798 Holdsworth, Robert Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
September 17, 1804 Holley, Michael Member of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
November 1, 1807 Holly, Michael Arbitrator in Costoloe vs Brand  
March 13, 1802 Holly, Michael Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
March 11, 1806 Holly, Michael Charged with shooting on the sabbath  
September 20, 1806 Holman, Richard Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
June 6, 1791 Hoolahan, Lawrence Ordered to survey stage head in Brigus  
October 12, 1792 Hoolan, Thomas Worked for this person: Brien, Michael
November 20, 1793 Hoskin, Matthew This Brigus Native was charged with damaging the nets of this Brigus resident: Neal, William
September 7, 1808 Howell, John Sued to recover wages from: Cox, John
September 17-30, 1788 Howlan, Thomas Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
August 9, 1830 Howlett, Matthew Assaulted: Coryear, Henry
September 23, 1786 Hunt, Arthur Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
June 22, 1791 Hunt, Arthur Committee member for the repair of the gaol.  
December 20, 1793 Hunt, Arthur Bid at the auction of fishing room belonging to : Sullivan, John
August 11, 1794 Hunt, Arthur Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Hunt, Arthur Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
February 24, 1794 Hunt, Arthur Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
August 24, 1795 Hunt, Arthur Foreman of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur Agent for: Holdsworth, Robert
October 29, 1795 Hunt, Arthur Foreman of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
October 9, 1792 Hunt, Arthur Appointed arbitrator in Pritchett vs Shortall  
October 12, 1792 Hunt, Arthur Member of jury  
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Kenny, John
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Kenny, Margaret
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Power, William
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Broadfoot, William
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Fowler, Timothy
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Burne, Patrick
October 8, 1795 Hunt, Arthur and Baker, John Charged this person with theft: Dunphy, Richard
August 24, 1795 Hunt, Henry Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
July 18, 1797 Hunt, Henry Acted for : Huolahan, Patrick
September 25, 1786 Huolahan, ??? Signed over boat and gear for money owed to: Leigh, ???
September 17-30, 1788 Huolahan, Edmond Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 8, 1795 Huolahan, Lawrence Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
October 29, 1795 Huolahan, Lawrence Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
December 30, 1796 Huolahan, Lawrence Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
June 8, 1798 Huolahan, Lawrence Attached wages of this person for money owing to Ann Sweetland: Whelan, John
January 7, 1798 Huolahan, Patrick Charged with turning away his servants  
July 27, 1804 Hutchings, ??? Sued: Kelly, ????
November 1, 1804 Hutchings, ??? Sued: McKie, ???
December 8, 1829 Hutchings, John and Elizabeth Sued to collect debt owed: Cannon, James
October 9, 1792 Hutchings, Mr. ??? Merchant to the master of Wheaton and Moronny: Colbert, Michael
October 25, 1793 Hutchings, Richard Sublet this fishing room in Cape Broyle to this company but did not forward money to Maurice Brazell: Adamas and Co.
November 17, 1794 Hutchings, Richard This Dartmouth merchant is ordered to sell fish belonging to this person in order to pay his bills: Dullahunty, Timothy
September 16, 1797 Hutchings, Richard Sued this person to recover money owed: Dunn, George
September 16, 1797 Hutchings, Richard Sued this person to recover money owed: Welsh, Edmund
October 4, 1797 Hutchings, Richard Sued to collect money owed by: Dullanty, Timothy
October 4, 1797 Hutchings, Richard Sued to collect money owed by: Barnes, William
July 26, 1798 Hutchings, Richard Sued to collect money owed by: Kidney, William
November 7, 1802 Hutchings, Richard Sued: Morrisey, William
November 14, 1803 Hutchings, Richard Sued over a sunken wreck in Cape Broyle: Hodge, Caleb
November 29, 1802 Hutchings, Richard Promised Tipps and Fennelly and others that he would supply better bread and they agreed to return to work.  
October 12, 1792 Hutchings, Richard Sued this person over outstanding rental: Brenan, Walter
September 27, 1791 Hutchings, Robert Gave surety for money owing by: Walker, George
September 23, 1786 Jack, James Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
January 1, 1802 Jackman, Arthur Granted a liquor licence for Renewse  
January 1, 1803 Jackman, Arthur Granted a liquor licence for Renewse  
January 1, 1804 Jackman, Arthur Granted a liquor licence for Renewse  
January 1, 1805 Jackman, Arthur Granted liquor licence in Renewse  
January 1, 1834 Jackman,Michael Appointed constable for for Renews  
September 17-30, 1788 Jacob, Andrew Fined 5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
February 24, 1794 Jenkins, Mary This Riverhead, Fermeuse woman charged this person with attempted rape: Power, John
February 24, 1794 Jenkins, Mary This Riverhead, Fermeuse woman charged this person with attempted rape: Callinan, James
February 24, 1794 Jenkins, Mary This Riverhead, Fermeuse woman charged this person with attempted rape: Cahill, Patrick
February 24, 1794 Jennings, William Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
November 14, 1803 Johnson, ??? Charged with striking this person with whom he shared a boat: Griffin, Andrew
April ??, 1807 Jourden, ??? Sued: Sloane, ???
April 1, 1806 Jourden, ??? Convicted of selling liquor without a licence on the testimony of this person: Sanaford, Martin
November 8, 1798 Kavanagh, James Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
November 5, 1832 Kean ( or Cain), Martin Charged with carrying away flake shores belonging to: Holdsworth, ???
February 23, 1835 Kean, Chris Charged with assault but charged was abandoned by: Donnovan, Daniel
February 23, 1835 Kean, John Charged with assault but charged was abandoned by: Donnovan, Daniel
June 25, 1833 Kean, Thomas Assaulted this Renews resident: Walsh, Patrick
August 24, 1829 Kearney, Michael Testified in Saunders vs Whalin  
March 10, 1830 Kearney, Michael Testified in Sanders vs Carter  
December 13, 1830 Kearney, Michael Testified against Maurice Brazil in rum selling case.  
March 10, 1830 Kearney, Michael (Jr.) Testified in Sanders vs Carter  
September 23, 1786 Keating, James Fish seized for non payment of passage for servants by: Sweetland, Henry
September 18, 1790 Keating, James This planter was the master of : Morrey, ???
October 12, 1792 Keating, James Sued this person for money owed: Power, Martin
September 29, 1794 Keating, John Charged ill treatment by: Ninning and Auning
February 23, 1835 Keef, Daniel Charged with larceny. No true bill returned.  
December 27, 1830 Keef, Edward Accused of robbing: Bryand, Lambert
August 15, 1831 Keef, Edward Testified in mackerel stealing case  
August 15, 1831 Keef, Valentine Assaulted: Pitt, Robert
January 17, 1791 Keen, ??? Sued : Dodd, ???
January 18, 1798 Keen, Elizabeth This person shoved her out of a house: Bryan, Terence
November 1, 1805 Kellegrew, ??? Sued: Tucker, ???
September 17, 1804 Kellegrew, John Worked for: Tucker, William
April 15, 1833 Kellegrew, John Sued: McCarthy, Thomas
November 8, 1807 Kelligrew, ??? Sued this servant of John White of Fermeuse: Kelly, ????
November 8, 1807 Kelligrew, ??? Sued this servant of John White of Fermeuse: Mackie, ???
November 8, 1807 Kelligrew, ??? Sued this servant of John White of Fermeuse: Doyle, ???
November 14, 1803 Kelligrew, John Assaulted this person: Griffin, John
November 14, 1803 Kelligrew, John Clerk for this company: Hunt and Stabb
September 23, 1786 Kelly, ??? Said he was assaulted by: Gibbs, Matthew
May 8, 1797 Kelly, Cornelius Agent for: Kough, George and Thomas
February 23, 1835 Kelly, Cornelius Appointed surveyor of high ways in Cape Broyle  
July 18, 1797 Kelly, Edmund Sued this person for breaking shipping contract: Huolahan, Patrick
October 30, 1797 Kelly, Garrett Sued this person for payment for work done: Dunphy, Edmund
September 17-30, 1788 Kelly, James Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 1, 1788 Kelly, John Constable for Matthew Morry's Rooms in Capelin Bay  
November 1, 1807 Kelly, John Sued this person over money owed: Power, Joseph
October 8, 1795 Kelly, Michael Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
September 17-30, 1788 Kelly, Thomas Fined £6 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Kenaught, John Fined £4 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
November 17, 1794 Kenaughty, Michael Sued to recover wages owed by: Dullahunty, Timothy
March 13, 1802 Kennecott, Gilbert Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
January 1, 1788 Kennedy, James Brigus boatkeeper constable for this community  
September 25, 1786 Kennedy, John Testified that he lived with this person in the fall of 1783: Gorman, John
September 25, 1786 Kennedy, John Testified that milk for Leigh Stores was supplied by: Holly, Robert
October 12, 1792 Kennedy, Mary Sued her brother: Tucker, William
October 17, 1801 Kennedy, Peter Deserter from the "Rachel" employed by Adam McLarthy  
September 17-30, 1788 Kennelly, Lawrence Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 12, 1792 Kenney, John Worked for : Pullman, Christopher
October 9, 1792 Kenny, Edmund Fined  £12 for stealing Martin Purcell's boat and gear.  
February 21, 1791 Kenny, Michael Brought frivolous charges against his master: Calleny, James
January 15, 1800 Kerevan, Maurice Sued: Power, Martin
March 13, 1802 Kerney, Lawrence Accused of stealing wood from: Hogan, ???
April 11, 1791 Kerrivan, ??? Complained that his fence was broke down by : Mackie, John
April 11, 1791 Kerrivan, ??? Complained that his fence was broke down by : Dugan, John
September 17-30, 1788 Kervan, Thomas Fined £7.10, Transportation to Ireland and 39 lashes for his part in religious riot of 1788  
April 11, 1791 Kidney, John Convicted of playing on the Sabbath  
November ??, 1807 Killigrew, ??? Charged this person with refusing to work. The defendant testified that there was no provisions on board the boat: Sinnett, ???
April 22, 1833 Killigrew, John Sued: McCarthy, Charles
April 22, 1833 Killigrew, John Sued: Walsh, Edward
January 1, 1834 Killigrew, John Appointed constable for Renews  
October 21, 1833 Killigrew, William Charged with provoking this person into breaking the peace: Murphy, Thomas
August 11, 1794 Kinnicott, Gilbert ( Jr.) Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1792 Kinslow, Nicolas Fined  £3 pounds for helping to steal Martin Purcell's boat and gear. Worked for this person: Morin, Nicolas
May 22, 1798 Knox, William Sued: Corkran, Matthew
May 22, 1798 Knox, William Sued: Evoy, John and James
June 25, 1799 Knox, William Sued: Ronan, Con
June 25, 1799 Knox, William Sued: Corkran, Matthew
November 17, 1802 Knox, William Sued: Fling, William
November 29, 1802 Knox, William Charged this person with neglect of duty: Tulley, Robert
April 25, 1833 Kough, Edward Sued for longers supplied but not paid for: Wright, Thomas
November 6, 1797 Kough, George and Thomas Sued to collect money owed by: Sloan, John
November 8, 1798 Kough, George and Thomas Sued: Cullathan, Patrick
May 8, 1799 Kough, George and Thomas Sued: Bryan, Michael
August 30, 1799 Kough, George and Thomas Sued: Dullanty, Robert
January 1, 1801 Kough, George and Thomas Sued: Power, Nicholas
November 1, 1807 Kough, George and Thomas Sued over an unpaid mortgage of £287 owed by: Sloane, ???
December 8, 1829 Kough, Mary Sued this person to collect money owed for washing done for him in 1825: Neile, Paddy
June 3, 1830 Lanine, Mary Ann Charged this Brigus resident with assault and rape which occurred on the road between Brigus and Tar Cove: Power, John
September 17-30, 1788 Larey, Mague(???) Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 1, 1788 Larey, Moses Constable for Francis Tree's (Jun) rooms in Ferryland  
September 28, 1787 Larey, Patrick Ordered to pay passage home for a servant girl belonging to this Renews resident : Dutton, Michael
September 28, 1787 Larey, Patrick Must pay passage money to : Gibbs, Thomas
January 1, 1812 Lawler, ??? Forfeited his surety.  
January 6, 1796 Lawler, John Sued this person over sale of boat and materials: Reed, Joseph
September 17-30, 1788 Lawless, James Fined £10 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
May 31, 1830 Leahy, Kitty Sued: Carter, A. H.
August 2, 1830 Leahy, Kitty Sued: Carter, A. H.
October 21, 1788 Leakey, William Sued his master for non-payment of wages: Murphy, James
October 21, 1788 Leakey, William Found to be incompetent to be master of a vessel.  
July 3, 1797 Leary, Edmund Sued this person for wages owed for 1796: Stabb, Thomas
October 29, 1795 LeFevre, Francis Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
September 25, 1786 Leigh, ??? Sued Larey, ???
September 25, 1786 Leigh, ??? Sued for money owing: Haberlin and Forestal
September 27, 1786 Leigh, ??? Sued for debt owed: Reddy, Patrick
September 23, 1786 Leigh, John Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
October 1, 1789 Leigh, John Sued this company for £115 owed to the estate of Philip Leigh: Meyer, Wilkins and Leay
September 25, 1786 Leigh, Philip Sued for money owing: Larey, ???
September 26, 1786 Leigh, Philip Owed money by: Kelly, Philip
March 28, 1791 Lenahan, ??? Said he was owed money by this person for food and lodging: Hayley, Oliver
October 29, 1795 Linch, Patrick Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
August 2, 1833 Linch, Thomas Testified that this person had dog at large: White, Richard
March 27, 1791 Lister, Benjamin and Co. Their brig pulled into Cape Broyle after a 5 week passage and brought news of peace between Great Britain and Spain.  
October 9, 1792 Lockyer, Edmund Sued: Walker, George
October 12, 1792 Lockyer, Edmund Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Dower, Richard
January 10, 1791 Lonergan, ??? Sued: Neal, ???
September 17-30, 1788 Long, Edmond Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 12, 1792 Long, William Member of jury  
October 25, 1798 Loughlan, John Sued: Shortall, James
November 25, 1797 Loughlan, Patrick Sued this person to recover unpaid wages: Hinton, John
September 20, 1806 Lowe, James Justice of the Peace in Ferryland District  
September 17-30, 1788 Lundergan, Michael Fined £8 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Lundergan, Walter Fined £1.1 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
March 18, 1795 Lundregan, Walter This nine year resident of Ferryland charged this person with assault: Purcell, John
November 5, 1832 Lynch, Lewis Sued: Connors, James
December 1, 1834 Lynch, Lewis Sued to collect money owed for medical treatment from: Lawlor, Timothy
January 15, 1835 Lynch, Lewis Sued to recover money owed for medical treatment: Keane, Thomas
May 14, 1805 Lyons, ??? This seaman on the "Priscilla" charged the master of the ship with hitting him: Blundet, ???

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REVISED: June 2001 (Don Tate)

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