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Ferryland - District Court Actions

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

Part 5
Surnames - R to Z

DATE PERSON REASON FOR MENTION PERSON 2
September 17-30, 1788 Ragan, John Fined £6 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Ragan, John In addition to being fined this person was banished from district and people were forbidden to feed or house him.  
September 17-30, 1788 Rahaley, Michael (Daddeen) Sentenced to Transportation back to Ireland, 30 lashes and £2.1 for his part in religious riot of 1788. Daddeen could be a misspelling of "Dadyeen" an epithet for settlers from Cork.  
November 6, 1788 Randell, Joseph Fined for unspecified offense  
June 10, 1803 Ready, James Charged this person with striking him and using abusive language towards his wife: Brothers, James
November 27, 1793 Ready, Michael Moved boat belonging to James Ryan so that he could haul up his own boat. Ryan's boat drifted away and was lost.  
March 26, 1787 Ready, Richard Testified in Hogan vs Shea that Shea had invited a bunch of lads over for grog in his Cape Broyle home  
February 6, 1832 Reddigan, Michael Assaulted: Congdon, Ann
September 17-30, 1788 Reddy, Kearon Fined £20 and transportation home to Ireland for his part in religious riot of 1788  
November 6, 1788 Reddy, Kearon Fined for unspecified offense  
September 17-30, 1788 Reddy, Keran In addition to being fined this person was banished from district and people were forbidden to feed or house him.  
September 17-30, 1788 Reddy, William Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 1, 1811 Reed, ??? Stole a piece of timber from this person: Mountain, ???
November 26, 1792 Reed, Joseph Passage paid to him for return to England of a distressed seaman.  
October 7, 1811 Reed, William Charged this person with paying more than the allowable rate for curing of fish: Cullaton, Thomas
October 9, 1792 Reeves, John The Chief Justice presided at court today in Ferryland  
November 30, 1803 Reid, Lieutenant Paid his share of court costs  
July 27, 1804 Reily, P. Sued: May and Co.
October 2, 1788 Rendle, Joseph This person, his wife and his children were objects of charity and were shipped home to England.  
September 23, 1786 Riedel, John Jury member in Hodge vs Gibbs  
September 28, 1786 Riedel, John Charged with building flakes over public road  
October 8, 1795 Riely, Margaret Testified that Kenny and wife and Fowler conspired to steal hay from Holdsworth's cow house. They also stole coats, pork, fire shovel and fish.  
April 1, 1806 Rion, ??? Worked for: Madigan, Philip
May ??, 1808 Rion, Matthew This publican was suing for rent owed and for liquor supplied to this person: Doyle, William
September 20, 1806 Rion, William Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
March 28, 1791 Robartson, ??? Said he was owed money by this person for food and lodging: Hayley, Oliver
October 4, 1791 Roberts, 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.
????, 1796 Roche, James Fine received from.  
October 26, 1791 Roche, Thomas Servant of : Walker, George
October 9, 1792 Rogers, John Charged with murder but death was ruled to have been caused by an accidental shooting.  
April 10, 1788 Romney, Peter Appointed Justice of Peace for Ferryland District  
August 17, 1790 Romney, Peter Justice of the Peace in Ferryland District  
October ??, 1806 Ronan, John Charged with assaulting this person on the road between Ferryland and Aquaforte. Given 39 lashes and deported† back to Ireland: Furlong, Jude
April 19, 1791 Ronan, Matthew Owed money by : Grace, John
February 24, 1794 Ronan, Matthew Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
October 8, 1795 Ronan, Matthew Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
October 29, 1795 Ronan, Matthew Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
December 30, 1796 Ronan, Matthew Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
March 13, 1802 Ronan, Matthew Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
September 20, 1806 Ronan, Matthew Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
March 8, 1787 Ronane, Matthew Rented premises from: McDaniel, William
????, 1796 Rose, William Fine received from.  
January 2, 1832 Rossiter, ??? Sued: Morrison, James
August 3, 1829 Rossiter, Elizabeth and Mary Testified in Fitzhenry vs Rossiter  
February 23, 1835 Rossiter, John Member of petty jury in Mahan vs Connors  
October 13, 1794 Rourke, Patrick Sued to recover wages owed by: Ronan, Matthew
October 7, 1811 Roust, Thomas Sued to collect money for work not completed by: Hunt, Stabb and Co.
September 24, 1832 Row, John Charged this person with disobeying an order: Sullivan, Patrick
October 12, 1792 Rowe, Edmund Worked for this master: Hoberlin, ???
October 13, 1830 Rowe, John Sued: Evans, Robert
November 27, 1793 Ryan, James Hauled his boat onto Admiral's beach in Fermeuse.  
November ??, 1807 Ryan, James Sued: Kelligrew, John
November ??, 1807 Ryan, James He was a boatmaster for this person in Fermeuse: Meany, Denis
April 25, 1833 Ryan, James Testified in Kough vs Wright  
October 9, 1794 Ryan, Matthew Cured fish involved in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
January 1, 1803 Ryan, Matthew Granted a liquor licence for Caplin Bay  
January 1, 1804 Ryan, Matthew Granted a liquor licence for Capelin Bay  
January 1, 1805 Ryan, Matthew Granted liquor licence in Caplin Bay  
August 7, 1832 Ryan, Matthew Assaulted: McDonnell, William
September 17-30, 1788 Ryan, Nicholas Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
August 31, 1833 Ryan, William Assaulted: Nash, Richard
February 23, 1835 Ryan, William Charged with assault but charged was abandoned by: Donnovan, Daniel
February 23, 1835 Sanders, J. W. Appointed surveyor of high ways in Renews  
September 25, 1786 Sanders, John Jury member in Leigh vs Larey  
September 20, 1806 Sanders, John Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
March 13, 1802 Sanders, John Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
January 1, 1803 Sanders, John Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
October 13, 1830 Sanders, John W. Sued: Dutton, James and Charles
October 13, 1830 Sanders, John W. Sued: Evans, Robert
November 14, 1803 Sanders, Robert Testified in Kelligrew vs Griffin case  
February 9, 1835 Sanders, Robert Sued: Mackey, John
February 9, 1835 Sanders, Robert Sued: Paine, John
March 16, 1835 Sanders, Robert Sued: Mackey, John
March 16, 1835 Sanders, Robert Sued: Paine, John
November 8, 1798 Sanders, Thomas Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
March 13, 1802 Sanders, Thomas Member of the jury in Hogan vs Kerney  
March 10, 1830 Sanders, William Sued: Carter, A. H.
May 17, 1830 Sanders, William Sued this person for breach of contract: Dwyer, William
August 5, 1830 Sanders, William Testified in case against Robert and James Carter  
December 14, 1829 Saunders, Donald Sued this person for wood not paid for: Morrison, James
October 13, 1791 Saunders, John Dispute over fish arbitrated by court  
February 24, 1794 Saunders, John Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
December 30, 1796 Saunders, John Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
December 14, 1829 Saunders, Robert Father of: Saunders, Donald
December 30, 1796 Saunders, William Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
August 24, 1829 Saunders, William This master accused this person of refusing to work: Whalin, Pierce
September 13, 1797 Scallian, William This riotous person ran away and his securor had to pay.  
September 22, 1786 Scott, John Witness in Williams vs Pridham  
November 27, 1777 Sexton, Phillip This inhabitant was a witness to a survey of a fishing room and plantation in Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle.  
March 5, 1833 Shallow, Richard Assaulted: Shallow, Catherine
September 17-30, 1788 Shannahan, Cornelius Fined £1.1 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
February 23, 1835 Shannahan, Joanna Assaulted: Mountain, Margaret
September 17-30, 1788 Shannahan, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 9, 1794 Shannahan, William Dispute over fish cured in Capeland Bay for: Hill and Co
March 8, 1787 Shea, Mary Left premise in dispute between Weston and McDaniel to her daughter: Carney, Hannah (McDaniel)
May 20, 1795 Sheal, Timothy To recover overcharge on winter diet from: Murphy, Edmund
January 1, 1801 Sheal, Timothy Sued: McCarthy, Michael
September 17-30, 1788 Sheehe, Arthur Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Sheehe, James Fined £18.11, all his wages and transportation home to Ireland for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Sheehe, James In addition to being fined this person was banished from district and people were forbidden to feed or house him.  
November 6, 1788 Sheehe, James Fined for unspecified offense  
November 30, 1829 Sheehey, Patrick Sued this company Sweetland, Benjamin and Co.
February 23, 1835 Sheehy, Patrick Member of petty jury in Mahan vs Connors  
February 23, 1835 Sheehy, Patrick Member of petty jury in Shannahan vs Mountain.  
April 6, 1835 Sheehy, William Sued for wages owed by: Walsh, James
October 7, 1811 Sherwin, ??? Justice of the Peace in Ferryland District  
September 25, 1786 Shortall, James Jury member in Leigh vs Larey  
September 28, 1786 Shortall, James Charged with building flakes over public road  
January 8, 1787 Shortall, James Appointed snow clearing warden of the King's Path between Sparrow's dwelling house and the SW end of Riedel's Broad Flake  
September 26, 1786 Shortall, James Owed money by: Kelly, Philip
August 11, 1794 Shortall, James Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Shortall, James Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
February 24, 1794 Shortall, James Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
August 24, 1795 Shortall, James Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
October 8, 1795 Shortall, James Foreman of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
October 29, 1795 Shortall, James Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
July 9, 1798 Shortall, James Held wages of this person for Matthew Costly: Meany, Francis
August 22, 1797 Shortall, James Charged with harbouring and employing this deserter from from tha Newfoundland Regiment: Wilson, William
September 2, 1797 Shortall, James Charged with harbouring and employing this deserter from the frigate "Surprize": Campbell, William
September 18, 1790 Shortall, James Sued this person to collect a debt: Murphey, James
October 12, 1792 Shortall, James Member of jury  
November 6, 1788 Shortall, James ( Sr.) Fined for unspecified offense  
October 12, 1797 Shortall, Samuel Sued: Corkran, Michael
September 17-30, 1788 Sills, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 1, 1829 Sisk, Catherine Sued: Crydge, Roger
January 8, 1787 Sliney, Thomas Has a dwelling house on South Side of Ferryland  
April 11, 1791 Sliney, Thomas Convicted of playing on the Sabbath  
July 17, 1833 Sliney, Thomas Assaulted: Kearney, Michael ( Jr.)
May 8, 1797 Sloan, John This Brigus resident sued this person for refusing to supply necessary provisions: Kelly, Cornelius
October 13, 1791 Smith, John Dispute over fish arbitrated by court  
November 23, 1797 Smith, John Was partner with this person in 1795: Farrell, James
December 21, 1829 Smith, John Sued: Keef, Valentine
December 21, 1829 Smith, John Sued: Cannon, James
December 21, 1829 Smith, John Sued: Cannon, Michael
December 21, 1829 Smith, John Sued: Saunders, John
March 6, 1830 Smith, John Sued: Cannon, Patrick
September 17, 1804 Smith, Joseph Member of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
July 27, 1804 Smith, William Testified that he saw Coghlan put poultice on the leg of : Bulley, ???
October 1, 1789 Sparkes, John Agent for : Leigh, Philip
January 8, 1787 Sparrow, William Appointed snow clearing warden of the King's Path between Sparrow's dwelling house and the SW end of Riedel's Broad Flake  
January 6, 1796 Spillaune, Con Sued this person: Purcell, John
January 6, 1796 Spillaune, Con Sued this person: Welsh, Thomas
January 6, 1796 Spillaune, Con Sued this person: Campen, William
November 14, 1803 Squires, Joseph Sued: Hunt, Stabb and Co.
October 10, 1832 Stabb, Ewen Sued: Mackey, Michael
July 3, 1797 Stabb, Thomas Agent for this Renews merchant: Studdy, Henry
October 17, 1801 Stabb, Thomas Charged this person with employing a deserter from the ship "Rachel" McLarthy, Adam
October 21, 1788 Stack, William Found to be incompetent to be master of a vessel.  
September 20, 1806 Steer, John Member of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
February ??, 1808 Steers, ??? Charged this person with using abusive language and threatening to ram a saw down plaintiff's throat: Rositer, ???
September 7, 1808 Steers, ??? Charged this person with threatening to throw him over cliffs. Conners, ???
April 13, 1787 Stokes, Dennis This person worked as cooper for this person in Cape Broyle. He contracted rheumatic fever and was evicted from his premises: Colbert, Edmond
November 9, 1797 Studdy, Henry To recover accounts owed by: Berrigan, Edmund
October 9, 1792 Studdy, Henry Sued for debt owed by: Kenny, Chris
October 9, 1792 Studdy, Henry Sued for debt owed by: Howleton, David
October 9, 1792 Studdy, Henry Sued for debt owed by: Leary, Edward ( of James)
October 9, 1792 Studdy, Henry Sued for debt owed by: Beavis, Thomas
September 22, 1786 Sulavan, D. Sued: Whelan, Patrick
September 17-30, 1788 Sulavan, Dennis Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 23, 1786 Sulavan, John Fish seized for non payment of passage for servants by: Sweetland, Henry
November 6, 1788 Sulavan, John Fined for unspecified offense  
August 3, 1829 Sullivan, Daniel Charged with assaulting: Coady, John
September 13, 1831 Sullivan, Richard Sued: Bryan, ???
October 10, 1832 Sullivan, Richard Sued: Connors, Martin
March 4, 1833 Sullivan, Richard Sued: Sliney, Michael
April 22, 1833 Sullivan, Richard Sued: Yetman, William
January 1, 1834 Sullivan, Richard Appointed constable for Ferryland  
December 1, 1834 Sullivan, Richard Sued: Gregory, Thomas ( Jr.)
July 12, 1830 Swayan, Robert Bound to the peace by: Morry, Matthew ( Jr.)
October 7, 1811 Sweeney, Thomas Sued Robert Carter , executor for this person: Fogarty, John
May 5, 1801 Sweeny, Mary Charged with assaulting: Ryan, Mary and Bridget
June 8, 1798 Sweetland, Ann Sued for money owing by: Whelan, John
August 7, 1798 Sweetland, Ann Sued : Whelan, Patrick
January 7, 1798 Sweetland, Ann Widow of this treasurer from Ferryland who received his final wages: Sweetland, Henry
September 22, 1786 Sweetland, Henry Justice for Ferryland District  
August 17, 1790 Sweetland, Henry Justice of the Peace in Ferryland District  
August 17, 1790 Sweetland, Henry Appeared as witness for the plaintiff in Weston vs McDaniel.  
September 25, 1786 Sweetland, Henry and Co. Sued for money owing: Haberlin and Forestal
October 12, 1792 Sweetland, Henry and David Sued this person for money owed: Kenney, John
????, 1791 Sweetland, Thomas Master of the Brig "William" of London which brought home two orphans to Waterford, Ireland.  
August 15, 1829 Sweetland, William Assaulted by: Mackey, Michael
????< 1801 Taylor, Robert This carpenter repaired the steps to Ferryland court house in the year of 1801  
January 1, 1805 Taylor, Robert Carpenter paid by court house  
January 17, 1791 Taylor, Samuel Testified in Thomas Dodd case  
February 7, 1791 Taylor, Samuel Rented fishing rooms in Admiral's Cove belonging to Philip Leigh and Co.  
October 8, 1795 Taylor, Samuel Member of jury in Kenny and others theft case  
November 8, 1798 Thompson, Andrew and Co. of† St. John's Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
January 1, 1801 Thompson, Charles Charged this person with neglect of duty on board the Brig "Dolphin" Richardson, John
October 9, 1792 Tiller, William Sued this person to recover passage money: Smith, Joseph
November 29, 1802 Tipps, Michael Servant of this person given bad bread by master: Hutchings, Richard
April 1, 1806 Tobin, ??? Charged this person with assault: Handrahan, ???
March 26, 1787 Tobin, Honour Testified in Hogan vs Shea  
September 24, 1832 Tobin, John Testified in Row vs Sullivan  
February 24, 1835 Tobin, Patrick Appeared for Bryan Dunn in his case against Thomas Wright Esq.  
February 23, 1835 Tobin, Thomas Charged with assault but charged was abandoned by: Donnovan, Daniel
March 2, 1835 Tool, Garret Assaulted this Renews resident: Dunphy, Margaret
October 19, 1812 Tool, Poor and Co. Sued over a contract for fish curing not honoured: Welsh, Peter
October 8, 1832 Tool, Terrence Testified in Bryand vs Bolin  
November 27, 1777 Torey, James This Constable in Ferryland witnessed a survey in Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle.  
September 22, 1794 Townsend, Captain Bidder on fishing rooms belonging to : Griffin, Andrew
January 1, 1834 Trainor, William Appointed constable for Fermeuse  
February 23, 1835 Trainor, William Appointed surveyor of high ways in Fermeuse  
January 1, 1810 Tree, ??? Coroner for Ferryland District  
January 8, 1787 Tree, Francis Appointed snow clearing warden of the King's Path between Sparrow's dwelling house and the SW end of Riedel's Broad Flake  
November 6, 1788 Tree, Francis Appointed high constable for Ferryland Harbour  
June 22, 1791 Tree, Francis Committee member for the repair of the gaol.  
September 17, 1804 Tree, Francis Member of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
September 20, 1806 Tree, Francis Foreman of the jury in the Power vs Deringwater case  
September 3, 1807 Tree, Francis Deputy Sheriff of Ferryland  
July 30, 1798 Tree, Francis Sued this person to collect money owed: Kidney, William
November ??, 1806 Tree, Francis Joined others in suing this person for money owing: Kidney, Patrick
November 1, 1807 Tree, Francis Arbitrator in Costoloe vs Brand  
November 1, 1807 Tree, Francis Sued for money owing by: McDaniel, William
????, 1809 Tree, Francis Arbitrator in Welsh vs Wallice  
January 7, 1798 Tree, Francis Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1799 Tree, Francis Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
June 19, 1797 Tree, Francis†† Sued this person to recover money owed: Ferver, Stephen
October 12, 1792 Tree, Francis†† Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Moran, John
August 11, 1794 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
October 9, 1794 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
February 24, 1794 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
August 24, 1795 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
October 29, 1795 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Member of jury in Habberlin vs Habberlin  
December 30, 1796 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
October 12, 1792 Tree, Francis ( Jr.) Member of jury  
October 9, 1792 Tree, Francis ( Sr.) Appointed arbitrator in Dwyer vs Shortall  
January 17, 1791 Tree, Philip Testified in Young vs Tree  
September 3, 1807 Tree, Philip Deputy Sheriff of Ferryland  
September 28, 1787 Tucker, Captain William This Renews resident was ordered to repay his debt to: Delaney, Maurice
October 26, 1791 Tucker, William Acting for this person in a dispute over a barking kettle: Griffin, Allan
November 14, 1803 Tucker, William Sued: Griffin, Andrew
September 29, 1789 Tucker, William Sued this Renews merchant for not paying for a puncheon of rum which was ordered by him. The boat carrying the rum was lost in Renews Harbour in May, 1786. Hinton, John
October 12, 1792 Tucker, William Worked for: Morey, John
September 22, 1794 Tucker, William ( Jr.) Bidder on fishing rooms belonging to : Griffin, Andrew
August 24, 1795 Tucker, William ( Jr.) Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
March ??, 1809 Valence, Chris Charged this person with trespassing on his property in Cape Broyle: Currier, Henry
March ??, 1809 Valence, Chris Charged this person with abusive and threatening language: Currier, Elenor
September 23, 1786 Vaughan, Andrew Sued: Messer, ???
????, 1792 Walker, George Unspecified fine.  
August 17, 1790 Waller, Jacob Presided over court today.  
May ??, 1808 Wallice, ??? Sued over a piece of fenced land claimed by this person : Handrahan, ???
November 30, 1803 Wallice, and others They agreed to supply this person with 600-700 flake rows: Bulley, John
October 17, 1812 Wallice, Walter Sued: Nash, Walter
???, 1809 Wallice, Walter Charged this person with assault and with burning two of his shirts: Redigan, Martin
September 17-30, 1788 Wallis, Edmond Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
April 20, 1804 Walsh, John Sued: Sloan, John
August 2, 1830 Walsh, John Sued for breach of contract: Sanders, William
August 5, 1830 Walsh, John Testified in case against Robert and James Carter  
September 28, 1829 Walsh, Nelly This Caplin Bay woman was charged with assaulting: Congdon, Catherine
December 13, 1830 Walsh, Patrick Sued: Brazil, Maurice
December 13, 1830 Walsh, Patrick Testified against Maurice Brazil in rum selling case.  
December 23, 1834 Walsh, Patrick Agreed to take in this woman in need: Mountain, Margaret
October 10, 1832 Walsh, Richard Sued: Fleming, Richard
October 12, 1792 Walsh, Walter Employer of Doolahunty, Barnwell and Brett  
September 17-30, 1788 Ward, Patrick Fined £5 and 90 lashes for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September ??, 1803 Warren, ??? Charged this person with refusing to go to the banks on a fishing trip: Foley, ???
September ??, 1803 Warren, ??? Charged this person with refusing to go to the banks on a fishing trip: Pine, ???
September 17, 1804 Warren, Thomas Member of jury in case of Terrence Hickey  
October 9, 1794 Watson, John Member of jury in Hill vs Shannahan and Dwyer  
November 27, 1777 Webber, Thomas This inhabitant and Constable of Cape Broyle witnessed a survey in Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle.  
September 17, 1804 Wells, Joseph Prevented john Kellegrew from killing William West.  
September 19, 1804 Wells, Joseph Fined for his part in the fight between West and Kellegrew  
September 17, 1804 Wells, Mrs. Received stolen goods from: Hickey, Terrence
February ??, 1811 Welsh, ??? Sold liquor without licence.  
February ??, 1811 Welsh, ??? Committed a breach of the peace.  
September 25, 1786 Welsh, ???? Supplied milk, calves and hogs to this store but not given credit: Leigh Stores
April 13, 1787 Welsh, ???? Accused of slandering this person : Benger, ???
February 11, 1803 Welsh, Elenor Charged with assaulting: McLarthy, Adam
September 17-30, 1788 Welsh, James Fined £1.1 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
January 1, 1801 Welsh, James Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1802 Welsh, James Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1803 Welsh, James Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1803 Welsh, James Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1804 Welsh, James Granted liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1804 Welsh, James Granted liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1805 Welsh, James Granted liquor licence in Ferryland. North Side  
January 1, 1805 Welsh, James Granted liquor licence in Ferryland. South Side  
January 1, 1810 Welsh, James Owed outstanding fine.  
September 17-30, 1788 Welsh, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
October 4, 1791 Welsh, 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.
October 29, 1793 Welsh, John Refused to work for this master and ordered deported to Ireland: Power, John
November ??, 1806 Welsh, John Joined others in suing this person for money owing: Kidney, Patrick
????, 1809 Welsh, John Sued this person because he was drunk when he should have been curing fish: Wallice, Edward
January 1, 1803 Welsh, John Granted a liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1804 Welsh, John Granted liquor licence for Ferryland  
January 1, 1805 Welsh, John Granted liquor licence in Ferryland  
September 17-30, 1788 Welsh, John Fined £5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
September 17-30, 1788 Welsh, John (Giant) Fined £5.5 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
December 14, 1788 Welsh, Patrick Sold his house in Fermeuse to: Welsh, Philip
December 14, 1788 Welsh, Patrick Former owner of house near Clears Cove purchased by: Welsh, Philip
October 12, 1792 Welsh, Patrick Sued this person to collect outstanding debt: Field, Thomas
October 12, 1792 Welsh, Patrick Worked for this master: Connelly, James
December 14, 1788 Welsh, Philip Bought a house near Clears Cove from: Sweetland, Henry
September 26, 1786 Welsh, Richard Servant to: Leigh, ???
December 20, 1793 Welsh, Thomas Bid at the auction of fishing room belonging to : Sullivan, John
June 6, 1797 Welsh, Thomas Sued this person to recover money owed: Hinton, John
November 24, 1797 Welsh, Thomas Sued: Furlong, John
July 9, 1798 Welsh, Thomas Sued this person for money owed: Furlong, John
November 8, 1798 Welsh, Thomas Among a group of individuals and companies who sued this Ferryland dealer for money owed: Shortall, James
September 17, 1804 West, William This person was a boatmaster for : Tucker, William
September 17, 1804 West, William Charged that this person attempted to kill him. Seriously injured him but was prevented from killing him: Kellegrew, John
August 17, 1790 Weston, Catherine Sued this person to collect a debt: McDaniel, William
August 17, 1790 Weston, Catherine Sued this person to collect a debt: Kearney, John
October 15, 1790 Weston,Catherine Settled out of court with: McDaniel, William
August 5, 1830 Whalin, Michael Assaulted: Walsh, John
September 17-30, 1788 Whealan, James Fined £2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
February 23, 1835 Whealin, John Member of petty jury in Shannahan vs Mountain.  
February 23, 1835 Whealin, Nicholas Charged with assault but charged was abandoned by: Killigrew, John
October 7, 1811 Wheaton, John Sued: Cullaton, ???
November 27, 1777 Wheaton, Patrick This inhabitant was a witness to a survey of a fishing room and plantation in Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle.  
November 27, 1777 Wheaton, William This inhabitant was a witness to a survey of a fishing room and plantation in Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle.  
February 28, 1791 Whelan, ??? This person who passed counterfeit money lived with: Denine, John
September 17-30, 1788 Whelan, Edmond Fined £2.2 for his part in religious riot of 1788  
June 10, 1795 Whelan, Edmund Charged with being intoxicated and disturbing the peace  
April 12, 1787 Whelan, James Given grant of land to build a house and plant a garden  
September 22, 1786 Whelan, Matthew Supplies were stopped by: Hodge, John
January 27, 1794 Whelan, Pierce Worked for this person but had his wages stopped: Power, Patrick
March 4, 1791 Whelan, Sylvester Testified that he lived in Tar Cove and worked for: Denine, John
March 4, 1791 Whelan, Sylvester Brought a gun to Ferryland for repair by blacksmith: Migault, William
September 8, 1749 White, John Granted land near Burrying Ground and path to Gays(Gaze)  
January 17, 1791 White, John Testified in Thomas Dodd case  
February 7, 1791 White, John Hired by this person to look after fishing rooms in Admiral's Cove belonging to Philip Leigh and Co. Romney, William
November 8, 1807 White, John This Fermeuse resident had† servants called:Kelly, Mackie and Doyle.  
August 15, 1829 White, John Assaulted by: Mackey, Michael
January 27, 1794 White, Joseph Sued this person to recover wages: Cummins, William
May 6, 1803 White, Michael Assaulted this person on the public road and tore her coat because she was wearing an orange coloured ribband. He said he was drunk: Gibbon, Margaret
June 4, 1762 White, Thomas Sold land near Burrying Ground to: Moore, Stephen
September 22, 1786 White, William Sued: Whelan, Patrick
March 27, 1791 Wicken, ??? Master of Brig belonging to : Lister, Benjamin and Co.
June 13, 1791 Wickens, William Ordered to stop half of the pay of this person for support for his wife and child: Forestall, Philip
October 9, 1792 Widycombe, Mr. ??? Agent for : Hutchings, Mr. ???
October 9, 1792 Wilkins, Nicolas Sued this person to collect money owed on fish shipped to Bilboa: Tucker, William
March 11, 1806 William, Thomas Charged with shooting on the sabbath  
September 23, 1786 Williams, Chris Sued: Messer, ???
February 28, 1791 Williams, Thomas Testified in McGuire vs Power  
September 22, 1786 Williams, Walter Sued for Assault and Eviction: Pridham, John
February 23, 1835 Winsor, Henry Appointed surveyor of high ways in Aquaforte  
August 15, 1831 Winsor, Peter Charged this person with refusing to work. The work was cutting bark in the woods: Mahar, Henry
August 15, 1831 Winsor, Peter Charged this person with refusing to work. The work was cutting bark in the woods: Daly, John
August 15, 1831 Winsor, Peter Charged this person with refusing to work. The work was cutting bark in the woods: Meyers, Patrick
August 15, 1831 Winsor, Peter Charged this person with refusing to work. The work was cutting bark in the woods: Casey, Michael
August 15, 1831 Winsor, Peter Charged this person with refusing to work. The work was cutting bark in the woods: Bryan, Lawrence
November 17, 1794 Withycomb, John Clerk for : Hutchings, Richard
August 24, 1795 Withycomb, John Member of jury in Meaney vs Stabb  
July 28, 1804 Wollicot, Samuel Hired as a seaman by this person. In a dispute he threatened to knock his brains out with a large stone: Tucker, ????
May 22, 1803 Wood, Henry Reverend Presided over court.  
October 19, 1829 Wright, Philip Gave security in Hayes vs Hayes  
June 28, 1830 Wright, Thomas Sued: Long, James
July 16, 1829 Yetman, William Assaulted by: Whealon, John
August 11, 1794 Young, John Jury member in Gibbs vs Knox, Hill and Studdy  
February 24, 1794 Young, John Member of jury in Jenkins attempted rape case.  
December 30, 1796 Young, John Member of jury in Pound vs Bryans  
January 17, 1791 Young, Richard Testified in Young vs Tree  
January 17, 1791 Young, William Sued: Tree, Francis
June 13, 1791 Young, William Committee member for the repair of the gaol.  
October 12, 1792 Young, William Member of jury  
       
March 24, 1791   Bridge erected to Flag Staff Rooms. Bridge is called "91"  
March 30, 1791   Court ordered a bridge to be built at the Quarry River.  
January 19, 1835   Brig "Mary" of Philadelphia wrecked at Cape Broyle. Sailors are to get one third of the shares.  

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REVISED: June 2001 (Don Tate)

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