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Ferryland - District Court Actions

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

Part 4
Surnames - M to Q

DATE PERSON REASON FOR MENTION PERSON 2
August 1, 1791 MacDonald, James Testified in Elliott vs Londragon  
October 4, 1791 MacDonald, John One of a group of people who helped save but held onto 31 firkins of butter from a stranded boat belonging to : Hodge, M.
September 23, 1786 Mackey, John Fish seized for non payment of passage for servants by: Sweetland, Henry
July 26, 1798 Mackey, John This Brigus resident held wages of this person for Edward Dunphy: Quinn, Stephen
July 26, 1798 Mackey, John This Brigus resident held wages of this person for Edward Dunphy: Kerevan, Maurice
October 27, 1797 Mackey, John Dispute over a fish curing contract with: Sloan, John
January 1, 1799 Mackey, John Granted a liquor licence for Brigus  
September 8, 1829 Mackey, Thomas Charged this person with property damage: Delahunty, John
September 8, 1829 Mackey, Thomas Charged this person with property damage: Brennan, Michael
September 8, 1829 Mackey, Thomas Charged this person with property damage: Fahey, David
January 17, 1791 MacLacleen, James Testified in Young vs Tree  
February 28, 1791 MacLarty, Adam Testified that he got counterfeit money from: Whelan, ???
January 1, 1805 Madigan, Philip Granted liquor licence in Ferryland  
February 23, 1835 Magher, Daniel Member of petty jury in Shannahan vs Mountain.  
January 17, 1791 Mahan, Thomas Agent for : Leigh, Philip and Co.
February 23, 1835 Mahan, William Assaulted: Connors, Martin
September 17-30, 1788 Mahar, Michael Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
August 15, 1829 Mahar, Thomas Assaulted by: Mackey, Michael
October 8, 1832 Mahar, William Sued: Mara, Luke
April 1, 1806 Malone, ??? Came into this person's house looking for liquor. Fight broke out: Madigan, Philip
June 9, 1797 Malone, Michael These people sold thir boat to someone else and expected Malone to go with the new owners: McDaniel, John and Hannah( Hannah is John's Mother)
February 23, 1835 Maney, Francis (  Jr.) Member of petty jury in Mahan vs Connors  
August 11, 1794 Marett, George Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Marett, George Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
September 17-30, 1788 Martin, John Fined £3.3 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 25, 1786 Matthews, John Seized on board a brig called "The Three Friends" in Renews Harbour and given 12 lashes with cat-of -nine tails for allegedly taking a boat belonging to : Drew and Roach
November 1, 1804 Maurricy, ??? Sued the Deputy Sheriff: Tree, ???
February ??, 1811 Maxey, ??? Guilty of assault.  
January 1, 1810 Maxey, David Owed outstanding fine.  
September 17-30, 1788 McCarthy, Dennis Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 McCarthy, Michael Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
May 30, 1791 McCarthy, Michael Complained of ill treatment by: Flood, Captain
????, 1809 McCarthy, Michael Arbitrator in Welsh vs Wallice  
January ??, 1811 McDaniel, ??? Assaulted: Coleman, William
October 12, 1791 McDaniel, Hanna Petitioned for payment owed by: Baker, William
March 8, 1787 McDaniel, Hannah Testified that her husband had gone into the woods instead of coming to court: McDaniel, William
August 17, 1790 McDaniel, Hannah Appeared as witness for the defendant in Weston vs McDaniel.  
September 17-30, 1788 McDaniel, John Fined £6.6 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
June 9, 1797 McDaniel, John and Hannah Sold their boat to: Molloy, Martin
June 9, 1797 McDaniel, John and Hannah Sold their boat to: Clements, Thomas
September 28, 1786 McDaniel, William Charged with building flakes over public road  
January 8, 1787 McDaniel, William Appointed snow clearing warden for SW end of Mr. Tree or Mr. Riedel's Broad Flake and the lake of water known as "Squire's Lake" to the SW of Walter Butler's dwelling house  
March 8, 1787 McDaniel, William Owed money to : Weston, Peter
September 17-30, 1788 McDaniel, William Fined £20 for his part in religious riot in 1788. Mitigated to £10  
November 6, 1788 McDaniel, William Fined for unspecified offense  
September 26, 1797 McDaniel, William To collect arrears of rent: Daulton, Garrett
January 1, 1810 McDaniel, William Owed outstanding fine.  
August 1, 1831 McDonald, Mary Assaulted: Murphy, Catherine
March ??, 1807 McGrath, ??? Used bad language and assaulted this person's wife: Power, Michael
September 25, 1786 McGrath, James Testified in Clancey vs Migault  
September 17-30, 1788 McGrath, Patrick Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
February 28, 1791 McGuire, Michael Sued for money owing by: Power, John
May 20, 1799 McLarthy, Adam Sued: Kelly, Michael
January 1, 1801 McLarthy, Adam Sued: Meagher, Thomas
January 7, 1798 McLarthy, Adam Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1799 McLarthy, Adam Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
April 1, 1803 McLarthy, Adam Charged this person with assault: Welsh, James
January 1, 1801 McLarthy, Adam Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1802 McLarthy, Adam Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1803 McLarthy, Adam Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1804 McLarthy, Adam Granted liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1805 McLarthy, Adam Granted liquor licence in Ferryland  
April 12, 1803 McLarthy, Ann Charged this person with assault: Welsh, Sylvester
April 1, 1803 McLarthy, Ann Charged this person with abusing her: Evoy, Patrick
December 21, 1831 McLean, William Charged with assaulting: Murphy, Michael
September 17-30, 1788 McMonahan, Thomas Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
March 8, 1803 Meagher, ??? Charged with assaulting: Wade, John
November 17, 1794 Meagher, Edmond Sued to recover wages owed by: Dullahunty, Timothy
July 18, 1797 Meagher, Mr. Worked in the counting house belonging to : Hunt, Henry
March ??, 1809 Meagher, Richard Charged this person with assault: Burk, ???
March ??, 1809 Meagher, Richard Charged this person with assault: Cullen, ???
March 13, 1802 Meagher, Thomas Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
January 1, 1803 Meagher, Thomas Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
September 17, 1804 Meagher, Thomas Member of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
September 20, 1806 Meagher, Thomas Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
November 1, 1807 Meaney, ??? Charged this person with neglect of duty: Moran, ???
February 4, 1813 Meaney, ??? Cut tails of fish for his share in fishing venture but this company did not honour the deal: Nealshannon and Co
November 9, 1807 Meaney, Dennis Was assaulted by this person with a boat hook and was awarded £20. Kelligrew, John
August 24, 1795 Meaney, Thomas Sued this person to recover wages: Stabb, Thomas
September 16, 1833 Meany, Matthew Assaulted this person and others: Delahunty, Richard
October 12, 1792 Merton, ??? Sued over a dispute over a piece of ground at northside of pond in Caplin Bay: Morry, Matthew and Co.
September 23, 1786 Messer, William Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
September 23, 1786 Michaels, William Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
September 25, 1786 Michaels, William Jury member in Leigh vs Larey  
January 8, 1787 Migault, John Appointed snow clearing warden of the King's Path between Sparrow's dwelling house and the SW end of Riedel's Broad Flake  
June 22, 1791 Migault, John Committee member for the repair of the gaol.  
October 1, 1789 Migault, John Agent for : Meyer, Wilkins and Leay
October 9, 1792 Migault, John Appointed arbitrator in Dwyer vs Shortall  
October 25, 1793 Millman and Small Paid a fine.  
November 19, 1804 Mills, ??? Charged this person with throwing a fishing lead at him: Foubret, ???
November 29, 1802 Millwood, Captain Testified in Tipps and Fennelly vs Hutchings. Said bread was mouldy in places but no worse than seaman usually had.  
September 22, 1786 Mitchell, Joseph Witness in Williams vs Pridham  
January 27, 1794 Mooney, Andrew Sued this person to recover debt: Mackey, John
October 9, 1792 Mooney, John Fined  £2 for helping to steal Martin Purcell's boat and gear.  
October 9, 1792 Mooney, John Worked for this person in Masquito, St. Mary's Bay. Redy, Michael
April 13, 1787 Moor, Stephen Came forward with document proving he had been granted piece of land in 1749 that was now being granted to: Whelan, James
September 25, 1787 Moore, Captain John Father of : Moore, Stephen
June 22, 1791 Moore, Stephen Committee member for the repair of the gaol.  
September 17-30, 1788 Moran, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 12, 1792 Moran, John Worked for this master: Cummings, ???
October 8, 1795 Moran, Michael Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
????, 1796 Moran, Robert Fine received from.  
October 12, 1792 Morey, Matthew Member of jury  
October 12, 1792 Morey, Matthew Sued this person for money owed: Carew, James
July 12, 1830 Morisey, Maurice This Cape Broyle resident assaulted: Coady, Andrew
June 28, 1830 Morison, James This person and Thomas Wright sued: Long, James
October 14, 1830 Morison, James Sued: Sanders, Robert
October 14, 1830 Morison, James Sued: Holdsworth, Henry
March ??, 1807 Morricey, Maurice Charged with a number of cases assault against his servant: Heaney, William
April 1, 1803 Morrisey, ??? Siad this person killed his dog and threatened him: Brien, ???
September 17-30, 1788 Morrisey, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 26, 1786 Morrisey, William Owed money by: Kelly, Philip
September 17-30, 1788 Morrisey, William Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 1, 1801 Morrisey, William Sued: Carew, Thomas
August 24, 1829 Morrison, Andrew Justice of peace for Ferryland District  
September 17-30, 1788 Morrison, Matthew Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
May 14, 1805 Morry, ??? Caught this person on shore without a liberty: Lyons, ???
October 19, 1829 Morry, George Assaulted by: Connolly, Patrick
September 23, 1786 Morry, Matthew Partner of : Gibbs, Thomas
September 23, 1786 Morry, Matthew Testified in Hodge vs Gibbs  
October 25, 1793 Morry, Matthew Ordered to pay money held in account of : Rydell, Richard
August 11, 1794 Morry, Matthew Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Morry, Matthew Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
May ??, 1808 Morry, Matthew Dispute over a fishing partnership with: Bryan, Terence
August 2, 1802 Morry, Matthew Charged this person with desertion of services. He received 12 lashes with a cat-of -nine tails: Skeehan, John
January 1, 1801 Morry, Matthew   Sued this person for holding premises belonging to Robert Pepperelly McLarthy, Adam
February 23, 1835 Morry, Matthew ( Jr.) Appointed surveyor of high ways in Capelin Bay  
June 25, 1798 Morry, Matthew and Co. Sued this person for a bill drawn on Joseph Tucker of Dartmouth payable to William Headen: Shortall, James
August 7, 1798 Morry, Matthew and Co. Held wages for Ann Sweetland for money owed by: Whelan, Patrick
October 10, 1798 Morry, Matthew and Co. Sued this Brigus resident for money owed: Colbert, Edmund
October 12, 1798 Morry, Matthew and Co. Sued: Shortall, James
May 1, 1799 Morry, Matthew and Co. Sued: Dunphy, John
November 11, 1799 Morry, Matthew and Co. Sued: Bryan, Michael ( Jr.)
November ?, 1802 Morry, Matthew and Co. Sued: Handrehan, ???
October 4, 1791 Morry, William One of a group of people who helped save but held onto 31 firkins of butter from a stranded boat belonging to : Hodge, M.
September 23, 1786 Mortimore, Robert Testified in Hodge vs Gibbs  
December 1, 1834 Mountain, Margaret Charged with assault against: Shannahan, Joanna
December 1, 1834 Mountain, Margaret Charged with assault against: Conway, Ellen
December 23, 1834 Mountain, Margaret Deserted by her husband and looking for support from him: Mountain, Michael
December 23, 1834 Mountain, Margaret To be lloked after by this resident: Devereaux, Michael
January 2, 1835 Mountain, Margaret Expelled from Michael Devereaux's by Rev. Timoth Brown and is now destitute.  
January 15, 1835 Mountain, Margaret It was ordered by the court that she receive bread, pork, butter, flour, molasses, tea and fish.  
December 23, 1834 Mountain, Michael Sentenced to one month in gaol on bread and water for refusing to provide support to his wife: Mountain, Margaret
January 12, 1835 Mountain, Michael Released from gaol on his own recognizance.  
October 12, 1792 Moysey and Co. Sued: Hill, Thomas and Co.
January 6, 1796 Mullins, Thomas Sued to recover a piece of land in Renews from: Surffroy, Francis
October 8, 1832 Mulloney, Patrick Sued: Mahar, William
March 28, 1791 Murphy, ??? Said he was owed money by this person for food and lodging: Hayley, Oliver
September 23, 1786 Murphy, Arthur Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
September 26, 1786 Murphy, Arthur Owed money by: Kelly, Philip
April 3, 1833 Murphy, Bridget Mother of : Reed, Mary
April 3, 1833 Murphy, Bridget Gave her daughter Mary Reed stolen goods taken from: Connors, Patrick
December 21, 1829 Murphy, Catherine Testified in Murphy vs Cane  
January 8, 1787 Murphy, Edmond Appointed snow clearing warden for SW end of Mr. Tree or Mr. Riedel's Broad Flake and the lake of water known as "Squire's Lake" to the SW of Walter Butler's dwelling house  
September 26, 1786 Murphy, James Owed money by: Kelly, Philip
September 17-30, 1788 Murphy, James Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 9, 1794 Murphy, James Cured fish involved in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
September 13, 1797 Murphy, James Sued this person to recover debt owed: Nash, Walter
September 17-30, 1788 Murphy, John Fined £3.3 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 12, 1792 Murphy, John Worked for this master: Hoberlin, ???
December 21, 1829 Murphy, Letty Sued: Cane, Martin
September 17-30, 1788 Murphy, Nicholas Fined £20 for his part in religious riot in 1788  
September 30, 1788 Murphy, Nicholas His property was seized for non-payment of fine.  
October 3, 1788 Murphy, Nicholas His property was auctioned to pay his fine.  
October 6, 1788 Murphy, Nicholas Inherited his property from his uncle: Butler, Walter
July 28, 1829 Murphy, Nicholas Charged with indecent exposure (Swimming in the harbour)  
February 23, 1835 Murphy, Nicholas Member of petty jury in Mahan vs Connors  
September 17-30, 1788 Murphy, Thomas ( Salter) Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Murphy, Thomas (Kitpaw) In addition to being fined this person was banished from district and people were forbidden to feed or house him.  
September 17-30, 1788 Murphy, Thomas(Kitpaw)?? Fined £14, all his wages and transportation home to Ireland for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 6, 1796 Murray, William Sued this person over sale of boat and materials: Reed, Joseph
March 6, 1830 Murray, William Sued: Brennan, James
October 12, 1792 Mygault, John Member of jury  
September 18, 1790 Nash, ??? Sued this relic of David Fitzgerald for money owing: Fitzgerald, Mary
September 18, 1790 Nash, ??? Sued this person to collect a debt: Morrey, ???
January 1, 1806 Nash, ???? Sued: Bryan, ????
September 15, 1790 Nash, Thomas This planter in Capelin Bay claimed he was owed money by the executors of this Capelin Bay resident: Fitzgerald, David.
September 15, 1790 Nash, Tobias This resident of Capelin Bay said he was owed money by this fisherman from Briguais: Morey, Andrew
November 6, 1798 Neagle, Thomas Sued: Shortall, James
June 6, 1791 Neal, William Ordered to survey stage head in Brigus  
????, 1797 Neale, Darby Fine received from.  
October 27, 1796 Neale, Lawrence Sued this person to recover half his wages seized by: Tree, Francis
November 28, 1793 Neale, William Paid a fine.  
October 19, 1812 Nealy, John Charged this person with abuse: Ready, John
September 17-30, 1788 Neil, James Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 23, 1786 Neil, William Fish seized for non payment of passage for servants by: Sweetland, Henry
September 17-30, 1788 Neil, William Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 18, 1804 Neile, John Testified in Hannan vs Griffin. Said that Hannan got drunk.  
February 23, 1835 Neill, Lawrence Charged with assault but charged was abandoned by: Donnovan, Daniel
January 1, 1788 Nichols, Thomas Constable for Chant and Griffin's Rooms in Renews  
April 1, 1806 Norris, ??? Charged this person with throwing sticks of wood at him: Evoy, ???
November 18, 1803 Norris, Matthew This person was a salter on board the vessel "Ranking"and was trying to collect his wages from: McDaniel, Bryan
October 6, 1788 Norris, Thomas Had rented premises from and now bought at auction premises belonging to : Murphy, Nicholas
October 4, 1791 Norris, Thomas One of a group of people who helped save but held onto 31 firkins of butter from a stranded boat belonging to : Hodge, M.
August 11, 1794 Norris, Thomas Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Norris, Thomas Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
August 24, 1795 Norris, Thomas Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
October 8, 1795 Norris, Thomas Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
October 29, 1795 Norris, Thomas Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
December 30, 1796 Norris, Thomas Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
November 24, 1797 Norris, Thomas Sued: Corkran, James
November 27, 1797 Norris, Thomas Sued: Moran, Michael
June 19, 1798 Norris, Thomas Attached wages of this person for Michael Evoy: Mountain, William
November ??, 1806 Norris, Thomas Joined others in suing this person for money owing: Kidney, Patrick
March 20, 1801 Norris, Thomas Accused this person of stealing his wood: Mountain, William
March 20, 1801 Norris, Thomas Accused this person of stealing his wood: Whelan, John
March 13, 1802 Norris, Thomas Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
June 10, 1803 Norris, Thomas Charged this person with neglect of his labour and attempting to run away: Conners, Edward
January 1, 1801 Norris, Thomas Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1802 Norris, Thomas Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1803 Norris, Thomas Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
November 18, 1803 Norris, Thomas Testified in Norris vs McDaniel case  
January 1, 1804 Norris, Thomas Granted liquor licence for Ferryland  
September 17, 1804 Norris, Thomas Member of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
January 1, 1805 Norris, Thomas Granted liquor licence in Ferryland  
September 20, 1806 Norris, Thomas Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
November 27, 1777 Norris, Thomas This inhabitant of Ferryland witnessed a survey of a fishing room and plantation in Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle.  
March 15, 1830 O' Connor, Martin Sued this person for non-payment for spinning wheel: Walsh, Nicholas
May 30, 1791 O' Neal, Constantine Sworn in as constable.  
September 26, 1786 O' Neil, Constantine This Fermeuse resident is holding the effects of this deceased person which are to be sold to satisfy debts: Kelly, Philip
February 23, 1835 O' Neil, Owen Appointed surveyor of high ways in Fermeuse  
October 3, 1793 Owen, William Deserter from His Majesty's Frigate "Boston" apprehended.  
January 1, 1834 Paine, Thomas Appointed constable for Aquaforte  
September 3, 1807 Parry, Robert Justice of the Peace in Ferryland District  
????, 1796 Patchell, Pearce Fine received from.  
September 20, 1830 Payne, John Bound to peace by this Aquaforte resident: Morrisey, John
February 23, 1835 Payne, John Member of petty jury in Shannahan vs Mountain.  
February 23, 1835 Payne, Thomas Appointed surveyor of high ways in Aquaforte  
September 20, 1830 Payne, William Bound to peace by this Aquaforte resident: Morrisey, John
September 22, 1786 Pellew, Edward Surrogate for Ferryland District  
September 28, 1787 Pembrik, Edward Owed money by : Pullman, Chris
March 2, 1807 Pendergast, ??? Fined for employing a convicted felon with no papers.  
September 28, 1786 Penlon, ??? Charged this person with ill treatment and non payment of wages: Power, ???
August 27, 1799 Pennell, Daniel Sued: Dillon, Richard
January 1, 1801 Pepperelly, Robert Owned premises held by : McLarthy, Adam
January 6, 1796 Peppy, John Rented land in Renews in dispute between Mullins and Surffroy.  
January 6, 1796 Philips, Matthew Sued this person to recover money owed: Jackman, Arthur
November 17, 1794 Phips, Michael Sued to recover wages owed by: Dullahunty, Timothy
April 12, 1791 Pigott, John This seaman who had just arrived from the West Indies on the schooner "Experiment" complained that he was not paid by the captain: Fost, Samuel
April 12, 1791 Pigott, John Owed money to Ferryland doctor: Moore, Stephen
September 20, 1806 Pike, John Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
April 16, 1832 Pippy, William Assaulted: Brace, Frances
January 1, 1805 Pitt, Robert Gaoler for Ferryland  
February 24, 1835 Pitt, Robert Sued for money owed by: Cullaton, Martin
February 24, 1794 Poubret, Walter This shoemaker who was boarding with Mary Jenkins was charged with not rendering assitance to her.  
December 30, 1796 Pound, James Servant to: Valance, Christopher
December 30, 1796 Pound, James Charged these people with cutting down Narramore's Wharf in Cape Broyle: Bryan, Michael, James and John
March 11, 1806 Powell, George Charged with shooting on the sabbath  
April 11, 1791 Power, ??? Complained that his fence was broke down by : Mackie, John
April 11, 1791 Power, ??? Complained that his fence was broke down by : Dugan, John
November 1, 1807 Power, ??? Sued for wages due: Gregory, ???
October 19, 1812 Power, ??? Sued this person for losing his skiff's road: Welsh, ???
September 20, 1806 Power, Catherine This woman of Renewse (of infamous character) charged this person with assault: Deringwater, William ( Alias Drinkwater)
September 20, 1806 Power, Catherine Ordered deported to Ireland.  
January 1, 1803 Power, Edmund Granted a liquor licence for Brigus  
January 1, 1804 Power, Edmund Granted a liquor licence for Brigus  
January 1, 1805 Power, Edmund Granted liquor licence in Brigus  
January 1, 1810 Power, Edmund Owed outstanding fine.  
January 1, 1834 Power, Edmund Appointed constable for Brigus  
February 23, 1835 Power, Edmund Appointed surveyor of high ways in Brigus  
August 24, 1803 Power, Edward Charged this person with disobedience and use of foul language towards his master: Mansfield, Michael
September 17-30, 1788 Power, James Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
February 10, 1831 Power, James Charged with removing large stones from the beach in Ferryland.  
June 10, 1799 Power, Jeffery Sued for money owing by: Power, Patrick
September 17-30, 1788 Power, Jeffrey Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
February 28, 1791 Power, John Convicted for the second time of selling liquor without a licence.  
March 7,1791 Power, John Convicted of running an inn and selling liquor without a licence.  
October 25, 1793 Power, John Attorney for: Rydell, Richard
August 11, 1794 Power, John Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Power, John Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
August 24, 1795 Power, John Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
October 8, 1795 Power, John Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
October 29, 1795 Power, John Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
August 17, 1790 Power, John Agent for this Bristol company testified in Shortall vs Murphey: Rydell and Co.
October 12, 1792 Power, John Worked for this master: Hoberlin, ???
September 8, 1829 Power, John Testified in Mackey vs Delahunty, Brennan and Fahey  
September 12, 1831 Power, John Sued: Hearn, ???
August 15, 1833 Power, JOhn Charged with assault.  
February 23, 1835 Power, John Appointed surveyor of high ways in Capelin Bay  
October 25, 1793 Power, Martin Collected money for passage of Power and Leary but neglected to pay: Holdsworth, Arthur
January 27, 1794 Power, Martin Sued : Whelan, Pierce
October 29, 1795 Power, Martin Brigus agent for this St. John's merchant: Power, Patrick
October 29, 1795 Power, Martin Charged with harbouring and employing a deserter from His Majesty's armed Brig "Lutine": Gossnell, Thomas
June 10, 1799 Power, Martin Held wages for Jeffery Power for money owed by: Power, Patrick
January 31, 1791 Power, Mary Charged ill treatment by: Bryan, Michael
February 7, 1791 Power, Mary Testified in Bourk vs Ward  
November 30, 1803 Power, Mary Was convicted of robbing this person's store of sundry merchandize. Transported from island -never to return: Smith, Joseph
January 1, 1805 Power, Mary Passage and salary paid by court  
September 17-30, 1788 Power, Michael Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
December 30, 1796 Power, Michael Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
July 26, 1798 Power, Michael Sued: Hunt, James
January 1, 1799 Power, Michael Granted a liquor licence for Capeland Bay  
January 1, 1803 Power, Michael Granted a liquor licence for Caplin Bay  
January 1, 1804 Power, Michael Granted a liquor licence for Capelin Bay  
January 1, 1805 Power, Michael Granted liquor licence in Caplin Bay  
November 5, 1832 Power, Michael This Capelin Bay resident assaulted: Reardon, ???
June 6, 1791 Power, Patrick Ordered to survey stage head in Brigus  
October 26, 1791 Power, Patrick Servant of : Walker, George
September 23, 1786 Power, Richard Fish seized for non payment of passage for servants by: Sweetland, Henry
September 17-30, 1788 Power, Richard Fined £1.1 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 4, 1797 Power, Richard Sued: Welsh, Richard
September 23, 1786 Power, Thomas Fish seized for non payment of passage for servants by: Sweetland, Henry
August 8, 1795 Power, William Charged this Brigus resident of  breaking his shipping agreement: Power, Martin
September 17, 1804 Preston, John Foreman of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
April 1, 1806 Prim, ??? Came into this person's house looking for liquor. Fight broke out: Madigan, Philip
October 19, 1812 Pritchell, Patrick Sued this person to recover board and lodgings: Matthews, ???
May ??, 1806 Pritchett and Co. Sued: Ryan, ???
October 9, 1792 Pritchett, John Owed this person  £1.7: Shortall, James
May 3, 1802 Pritchett, Penelope Sued this person for £1.1 for attendance on his wife at Capeland Bay during her confinement: Gibbs, John
October 9, 1792 Pritchett, Penelope Sued this person for money owed her husband: Shortall, James
September 23, 1786 Pullman, Chris Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
September 28, 1787 Pullman, Chris Agent for this Renews resident: Studdy, Henry
October 9, 1792 Pullman, Christopher This Renewse resident had held a fishing room for 7-8 years and it was now being encroached on by: Tucker, William
October 9, 1792 Purcell, Martin Sued this person and a number of others for stealing his boat and selling it and the contents: Kenney, Edmund
September 17-30, 1788 Quin, Lawrence Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
November 7, 1831 Quinn, Michael Charged with assaulting: Sullivan, Richard Constable
September 17-30, 1788 Quinn, Stephen Fined £10 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 1, 1801 Quinn, Stephen Sued: Sloane, John
November 18, 1803 Quinn, Stephen Master of voyage on board vessel "Ranking"  
September 17-30, 1788 Quinn, Thomas Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  

Page Transcribed by Ray Curran (June, 2001)

REVISED: June 2001 (Don Tate)

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