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Ferryland District Colonial records.
"1700's to 1800's early"
Part 1 (A - J)

DATE PERSON 1 REASON FOR MENTION PERSON 2

????, 1750

Acton, Mary

Leased property to :

Jones, Lieut. Nathaniel

???, 1750

Acton, Mary ( Late Roberts)

Widow of :

Roberts, David

September 7, 1787

Adams, John

Given a grant of land in Jonathanís Cove, Cape Broyle.

 

August 2, 1753

Aldridge, Captain

In a letter to this† Ferryland J. P. asked for a list of all residents distinguishing English and Irish who had remained over last winter

Benger, John

August 11, 1755

Aldridge, Christopher

Gave a report of the garrison in Ferryland

 

August 27, 1750

Allen, John

Accused of living with a woman not his wife

 

July 24, 1776

Allen,???

Blacksmith in area of land owned by:

Weston, Catherine

October ??, 1788

Anguetil, Thomas

Signed petition for protection:

 

August 2, 1768

Audley, Michael

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

Pallisser, Hugh

July 24, 1776

Audley, Nicholas

Has beach front land adjoining :

Weston, Catherine

October ??, 1788

Baker, John

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 24, 1788

Baker, John

Member of Ferryland Protestant court house committee

 

September 4, 1766

Ball, ???

Ordered to pay sixty pounds owed to the estate of :

Ludwick, Mary

September 4, 1766

Ball, ???

Ordered to pay half of his debt to:

Ludwick, William

September 4, 1766

Ball, ???

Ordered to pay half his debt ot :

Ludwick, Mary ( Now named Fitzwater)

July 24, 1776

Ball, ???

Has land adjoining :

Weston, Catherine

August 27, 1750

Ball, D.

Occupied† "Point of Beach" plantation in Ferryland

 

September 2, 1749

Ball, Richard

Appointed Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District

 

August 26, 1754

Ball, Richard

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

May 26, 1752

Ball, Richard

Admiralís court held in his house in Renews

 

May 26, 1752

Ball, Richard

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Ball, Richard

Admiralís Court held at his house in renews

 

September 22, 1755

Ball, Richard

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

October 6, 1755

Ball, Richard

This JP and the other Jps are ordered to stop bothering the Govenor with their disputes and settle them amongst themselves

 

June 19, 1764

Ball, Richard

Appointed Justice of the Peace for Renews.

 

August 25, 1750

Ball, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

September 4, 1759

Barnaby, James

Said he was owed 6 pounds 10 shillings by:

Hogan, Moses

October 22, 1788

Barry, William

This Agent was granted piece of ground in Cape Broyle for his company:

Kough, Thomas and George

September 24, 1757

Batten, Elizabeth

Petitioned that she is burdened with two small children who are orphans and cannot support them

 

August 27, 1750

Bayley, Robert

Agent for :

Thompson, Peter and Co.

?????, 1750

Bayley, Robert

Appointed to handle the estate of :

Brewer, William

????, 1750

Benger, , ??

Has a plantation to the South East of Pigeonís Plantation

 

September 2, 1749

Benger, John

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls

 

August 25, 1750

Benger, John

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls

 

August 27, 1750

Benger, John

Ordered to survey land for Carterís proposed new store

 

July 7, 1752

Benger, John

Justice of the Peace in the Quinn murder trial

 

August 26, 1754

Benger, John

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls

 

May 27, 1753

Benger, John

Has property at the backside of the shiproom called "Priveledge Boatrooms"

 

September 22, 1755

Benger, John

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls

 

September 24, 1757

Benger, John

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls

 

June 8, 1758

Benger, John

Took deposition from:

Tucker, Philip

August 27, 1750

Benger, Richard

Has plantation on the beach next to Carterís proposed new store

 

September 4, 1766

Benger, Richard

Ordered to choose an arbitrator to settle dispute with:

Ludwick, William

October 15, 1776

Benger, Thomas

Ferryland merchant has no room to spread his fish to dry and applied for a grant betwwen his land and Point Beach Store.

 

October 20, 1795

Berrigan, Edmund

Licenced to sell spiritous liquors in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Bonfoy, Hugh

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

October 21, 1778

Bonnett, Dominick

Signed petition for:

Land, William

September 24, 1784

Boswell, William

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

 

September 2, 1792

Brand,† Nicholas

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

June 17, 1770

Brand, John

Charged with villainous behaviour. His assets were ordered seized by :

Carter, Robert

October 24, 1788

Brand, Nicholas

Member of Ferryland Protestant court house committee

 

October 11, 1793

Brand, Nicholas

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 20, 1794

Brand, Nicholas

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

July 31, 1757

Branscombe, Arthur

Master of the schooner "Surprize"

 

September 4, 1766

Brathwaite, R. Esq.

Surrogate to the Govenor for Ferryland District

 

September 4, 1759

Brazell, Mr.

Accused this person of stealing his seine:

Redman, John

August 2, 1768

Brine, John

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

Pallisser, Hugh

September 28, 1776

Bromley, ????

Renews planter complained about :

Sparkes, James

October 1, 1776

Bromley, John

Citizen of Bristol, England applied for a grant of land on the North side of Renews Harbour.

 

October 21, 1778

Bromley, John

Granted a fishing room situated on the South Side of Renews known as "Hayes Warfs". Bromley was displaced by the new battery

 

July 29, 1778

Bromley, John

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

 

September 14, 1767

Brooks, Nathaniel

Had a disagreement with this person over who has the rights to cut hay from a certain piece of ground. The govenor ordered them to alternate the years they cut:

Weston, Peter

October 21, 1778

Brothers, William

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants††††† 8

 

July 6, 1760

Brown, William

Appointed surrogate for Ferryland

 

July 6, 1760

Brown, William

Appointed surrogate for Ferryland District

 

September 10, 1763

Brown, William Esq.

Surrogate for Ferryland to the Govenor:

Graves, Thomas

September 10, 1776

Brudenall, John

Appointed Surrogate between St. Johnís and Cape Race.

 

July 6, 1752

Bryan, James

Information and deposition given in the case of the murder of:

Quinn,William

September 13, 1754

Bulley, Captain

Held goods for :

Sutton, Robert

June 8, 1758

Burley, Robert Admiral

Witness to the deposition of :

Tucker, Philip

May 26, 1752

Burt, William

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

May 26, 1752

Butler, John

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

September 30, 1752

Call, Governor W.

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

August 10, 1785

Campbell, John

Govenor granted a piece of land in Cape Broyle near "Ferryland Path" to:

Dumsterville, Edward

September 10, 1797

Campbell, William

A deserter from H. M. S. Surprize

 

September 10, 1797

Campbell, William

Sent to St. Johnís by the schooner "Nelly"

 

July 29, 1778

Canby, Thomas

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

 

October 21, 1778

Cantswell, William

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants††† 14

 

June 20, 1770

Capell, William

Fisherman brought to Ferryland by:

Allen, Zachariah

October 25, 1752

Cardere, Simon

Witness to the survey of 1752 done for Sam Roberts

 

September 29, 1781

Carey, Patrick

This master owed money to his servants and Carter was ordered to recover same from Sutton and Muthauson:

Flaherty, James

September 29, 1781

Carey, Patrick

This master owed money to his servants and Carter was ordered to recover same from Sutton and Muthauson:

Howlin, James

September 29, 1781

Carey, Patrick

This master owed money to his servants and Carter was ordered to recover same from Sutton and Muthauson:

Herwicks, Michael

September 29, 1781

Carey, Patrick

This master owed money to his servants and Carter was ordered to recover same from Sutton and Muthauson:

Cleary, John

September 29, 1781

Carey, Patrick

This master owed money to his servants and Carter was ordered to recover same from Sutton and Muthauson:

Flaherty, John

September 29, 1781

Carey, Patrick

This master owed money to his servants and Carter was ordered to recover same from Sutton and Muthauson:

Mara, Lawrence

July 24, 1776

Carney, John

Has a dwelling house adjoining land owned by:

Weston, Catherine

August 21, 1755

Carter, John

Claims he is owed money by the master of the brigantine "Sally" at Ferryland:

Ransom, John

September 22, 1755

Carter, John

Ordered to pay over 300 pounds to :

Doble, John

June 8, 1758

Carter, John

Witness to the deposition of :

Tucker, Philip

August 25, 1750

Carter, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace  

August 27, 1750

Carter, Robert

Applied for permission to build a store on the front of the beach. Denied Permission

 

August 27, 1750

Carter, Robert

Agent for this company based in Pimston, County Devon:

Kingman, Thomas

????, 1749

Carter, Robert

Rented the harbour of Renouze for salmon fishing from:

Knight, Captain John

?????, 1750

Carter, Robert

Appointed to handle the estate of:

Brewer, William

July 7, 1752

Carter, Robert

Justice of the Peace in the Quinn murder trial

 

August 26, 1754

Carter, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

May 26, 1753

Carter, Robert

Witness to a survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

September 2, 1754

Carter, Robert

Requested and granted† Little Boy Island for curing of fish

 

September 22, 1755

Carter, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 2, 1768

Carter, Robert

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

Pallisser, Hugh

June 19, 1764

Carter, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace for Ferryland.

 

August 24, 1764

Carter, Robert

Sold a house on Boyís Island to :

Bowen, Officer Lieut.

April 9, 1764

Carter, Robert

Appointed Naval Officer for the ports of Ferryland, Fermeuse , Renews and Trepassey with the fees and profits there into belonging.

 

July 8, 1772

Carter, Robert

Appointed Keeper of the Rolls

 

June 13, 1776

Carter, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District extending from Brickus by South to Cape Race

 

July 22, 1776

Carter, Robert

Granted a piece of land in Aquaforte on the North West side of the harbour called "Montaguís Peninsula".

 

August 11, 1780

Carter, Robert

Seized property belonging to Robert Eustace on behalf of:

Doble, W.

August 21, 1780

Carter, Robert

Granted land along North East River which empties into Aquaforte Harbour . This land is half a mile wide and half a mile long..

 

October 10, 1780

Carter, Robert

Given orders to settle a dispute between:

Alword and Cahill

October 10, 1782

Carter, Robert

Asked by Govenor to explain why he seized a boat belonging to:

Mara, John

October ??, 1788

Carter, Robert

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 12, 1788

Carter, Robert

Offers his letter of resignation as JP to Govenor.

 

September 2, 1792

Carter, Robert

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 14, 1800

Carter, Robert

Reports that he is not feeling well and asking that one of his sons be made treasurer in his place.

 

September 26, 1800

Carter, Robert

Complains of ill treatment by Fermeuse resident

Angel, Thomas

October 19, 1800

Carter, Robert

Died on October 18, 1800.

 

October 24, 1788

Carter, Robert ( Jr.)

Member of Ferryland Protestant court house committee

 

October 11, 1793

Carter, Robert ( Jr.)

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 20, 1794

Carter, Robert ( Jr.)

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

October 11, 1793

Carter, Robert ( Sen.)

Appointed surrogate for Ferryland District

 

August 20, 1794

Carter, Robert ( Sen.)

Appointed Customs Officer

 

September 14, 1765

Carter, Robert Esq.

Justice of the Peace in Ferryland

 

September ??, 1775

Carter, Robert Esq.

Appointed Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District

 

October ??, 1788

Carter, Robert J. P.

Petition from principal merchant etc of Ferryland District looking for protection from riotous and unlawful assemblys of people during the winter:

 

August 21, 1755

Carter, Thomas

Master of the ship named "Ann" at Ferryland to keep an eye on:

Ransom, John

May 27, 1753

Carter, Thomas Vice-Admiral

Verified Bengerís claim to land in Ferryland

 

October 13, 1785

Carter, William

Appointed Naval Officer for Ferryland and adjacent harbours.

 

October 12, 1784

Clancey, Owen

Signed a petition supporting the claim of:

Jennings, William

May 27, 1753

Clapp, Robert Rear Admiral

Verified Bengerís claim to land in Ferryland

 

September 14, 1765

Clemens, James

This boatkkeper at Ferryland is bankrupt. Govenor ordered that enough money be set aside from the sale of his assets to ship him and his wife and two children back to England

Pallisser, Hugh

October 20, 1795

Clements, Catherine

Licenced to sell spiritous liquors in Renews

 

September 26, 1752

Cloney, Thomas

Occupied plantation owned by :

Ludwigg, John Esq.

October 20, 1795

Cody, Richard

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

October 11, 1793

Cole, Samuel Rev.

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 20, 1794

Cole, Samuel Rev.

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

September 14, 1759

Cole, William

Agent for :

Smith and Applebee

September 24, 1784

Collier, William

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

 

October ??, 1788

Coman, William

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 13, 1788

Coman, William

Granted a piece of ground in Kingmanís Cove, Fermeuse.

 

October 21, 1778

Conners, Thomas

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants††† 14

 

October 20, 1795

Connolly, James

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

August 19, 1751

Cook, William

Rented a boat room in Renouze for seven years from:

Rouse, William

October 2, 1752

Cords, Sam

Present at court held in Renews

 

October 20, 1795

Costellae, Matthew

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

October 21, 1778

Cowan, James

Signed petition for:

McClure, Alex

September 21, 1779

Cummis, John

Claims to be owed 108 pounds by:

Whalon, Patrick

September 21, 1779

Cummis, John

Claims to be owed 12 pounds by:

Soolivan, Owen

September 21, 1779

Cummis, John

Claims to be owed 4 pounds by :

Snut, John

July 30, 1755

Day, Francis

Ordinance Storekeeper in St. Johnís

 

September 24, 1757

Deeble, Thomas

Ordered to collect money from every man servant and every fishing shallop

 

July 29, 1778

Devyese, Thomas

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

 

September 10, 1800

Dingle, John Rev.

Letter to the Govenor praising this merchant of Trepassey:

Hunter, Patrick

October 2, 1799

Dingle, Reverend

Appointed minister for district of Bay Bulls and Ferryland

 

May 27, 1753

Dobel, William

Verified Bengerís claim to land in Ferryland

 

June 20, 1770

Dobell, William

This Ferryland merchant was ordered to pay debt owing to the master of the schooner "Dolphin" of Rhode Island for transporting a fisherman:

Allen, Zachariah

July 24, 1776

Doble, ???

Has land bounded on one side by :

Weston, Catherine

October 10, 1758

Doble, Thomas

His grant to Great Ship Island was recorded. It had been granted on October 22, 1748 in return for Bois Isle.

 

October 10, 1758

Doble, Thomas

His grant to Great Ship Island was issued on October 22, 1748

 

August 2, 1768

Doble, WIlliam

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained 5† Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

May 4, 1757

Dorrill, Govenor

Issued a decree that Browning Place be passed over to :

Yorkers children

October 18, 1762

Dover, John

Report on condition of garrison in Ferryland

 

September 16, 1751

Drake, William

Govenor of Newfoundland

 

July 29, 1778

Drew, John

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

 

October 2, 1752

Drew, Thomas

Present at court held in Renews

 

October 14, 1778

Drew, Thomas

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

July 29, 1778

Drew, Thomas

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

 

July 15, 1760

Drover, John

Gave his report on condition of garrison in Ferryland

 

August 18, 1775

Duff, Robert

Govenor of Newfoundland ordered Carter to fix problem with men dumping offal off their boats at the boats.

 

August 10, 1785

Dumsterville, Edward

Agent for:

Hearne and Treene and Perryn Nfld. Co.

October 2, 1752

Dunn, ????

Sister of this deceased person who inherited his property

Dunn, James

October 2, 1752

Dunn, James

This Renews residentís estate is in dispute

 

August 27, 1750

Dunn, Tomazine

Daughter of :

Jenkins, John Esq

October 20, 1795

Dunphy, Edmund

Licenced to sell spititous liquors:Cape Broyle, Brigus

 

January 1, 1800

Dunphy, Edmund

Licenced to sell liquor in Brigus

 

September 29, 1781

Dutton, Michael

This Ferryland Surgeon has cultivated a piece of ground in Renews and applied for a grant.

 

September 20, 1797

Dutton, Michael

Surgeon of Renews applied for a piece of land in Renews.

 

October 13, 1779

Dwyer, John

Agent for Renews firm told to appear in St. Johnís to answer charges of refusing to turn over plantation to rightful heirs:

Eustace, Robert

October ??, 1788

Dwyer, Thomas

Signed petition for protection:

 

August 14, 1784

Edgar, Captain

Master of H. M. S. Leocadia

 

July 29, 1757

Edwards, Richard

Orders given to deliver ammunition and shot to :

Williams, Griffith Lieut.

August 2, 1768

Edwards, WIlliam

Ordered to pay the expenses incurred in executing malefactors from Ferryland the previous year as this person had entertained† 5 Dieters: By order of:

Pallisser, Hugh

September 4, 1779

Edwards, William

Ordered to appear to answer charges that he ill treated his servant:

Costolo, Richard

September 8, 1786

Elliott, J.

Govenor informs Carter that he did a good job in dealing with wreck of French brigatine "Lí Amphotrite".

 

October 8, 1788

Elliott, J. ( Govenor)

Ordered this person to look into situation in Ferryland:

Pellen, Captain

October 21, 1778

Ellward, James

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants††† 12

 

July 17, 1757

Elphenstone, Primrose

Sent his report to the Govenor:

Edwards, Richard

July 30, 1757

Elphenstone, Primrose

Given severe reprimand for his impudent letter to† the govenor:

Edwards, Richard

July 31, 1757

Elphenstone, Primrose

Ordered to remove two 24 pound cannon from Ferryland and put them aboard the schooner "Surprize"

 

June 23, 1757

Elphenstone, Primrose Lieut.

Order given to soldiers at the garrison not to fish or take beaches for their own uses

 

October 14, 1778

Eustace, Robert

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

July 23, 1781

Eustace, Robert

This Renews resident is once more in charge of his plantation.

 

August 27, 1779

Evans, David

Deserter from H.M.S. Portland

 

October 2, 1752

Evans, John

Present at court held in Renews

 

October 20, 1795

Evoy, Michael

Licenced houses for selling spititous liquors:Ferryland

 

August 24, 1764

Eyres, Captain

Ordered to pay 13 pounds† for sale of house to :

Carter, Robert

August 30, 1766

Farrel, ????

Has taken cow from the petitioner in return for provisions:

Doble, ???

September 19, 1760

Fearn, Thomas

Fermouze resident ordered to pay this company money owed:

Holdsworth and Dran

August 2, 1768

Fitzgerald, Garrett

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

Pallisser, Hugh

August 19, 1751

Fling, Edward

Said he was shipped with this person on April 14 for the fishing season and now could not obtain his wages:

Aylward, William

July 25, 1777

Flinn, James

A servant of this master in Capelin Bay who has fled without paying his servants:

Cunningham, Edward

October 2, 1752

Flood, Thomas

Present at court held in Renews

 

October 2, 1752

Follett, John

Present at court held in Renews

 

September 10, 1800

Follett, Mr.

Justice of the peace in Trepassey and feeling ill.

 

September 16, 1751

Follett, Robert

No longer Justice of the Peace

 

October 21, 1778

Fourstal, Edward

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants† 10

 

July 1, 1764

French, Lieut.

Has the permission of the Govenor to return to England:

Graves, Govenor

May 27, 1753

Gely, Philip

Verified Bengerís claim to land in Ferryland

 

October 21, 1778

Germain, George Lord

Attempting to remove all Americans as enemies of the state

 

August 18, 1787

Gibbs, Thomas and Co.

This company from Dover, Kent was issued a grant of land in Fermeuse.

 

July 24, 1776

Giles, ???

Former occupant of Cooperís Shop now occupied by:

Sweetland, ???

July 24, 1775

Gill, Nicholas

Appointed Naval Officer for Ferryland District.

 

October ??, 1788

Glascott, Thomas

Signed petition for protection:

 

????, 1750

Gobbett, Elizabeth ( Alias Pigeon)

Petitioned for a new patent for Pigeonís Plantation in Ferryland

 

August 27, 1750

Gobbett, Elizabeth (called Allen)

Accused of living with a man not her husband

 

October 21, 1778

Gorman, Jeffery† Merchant

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants† 41

 

May 26, 1752

Griffin, Alan

Present at the survey of fishing rooms in Renews

 

October 14, 1778

Griffin, Andrew

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

July 29, 1778

Griffin, Andrew

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

 

August 29, 1750

Griffin, John

This Renouze resident was in court to claim property left to his mother by her father:

Jenkins, John Esq.

August 19, 1751

Griffin, John

Claimed the property leased† to:

Cook, William

October 14, 1778

Griffin, John

Member of the committee for defense of Renews.

 

October 1, 1776

Griffins, John and Andrew

Own a plantation adjoining that of :

Bromley, John

July 7, 1752

Haggathee, Maurice

Owned the stage where Quinn was murdered

 

September 28, 1776

Hall, ????

Renews planter complained about:

Sparkes, James

September 29, 1781

Hansford, Joseph

This fisherman has been owed a bill since 1779 by:

Eustace, Robert

October 12, 1784

Hardin, Christopher

Signed a petition supporting the claim of:

Jennings, William

August 19, 1751

Harison, John Lieut.

Captain of ship "Boston"

 

October 11, 1765

Harney, Paul

Seized a boat in Renews in 1762 belonging to :

Jutsham, Samuel

September 2, 1740

Harrison, Henry Esq.

Ordered half the rent from Browning Place be paid to :

Cole, Widow

September 2, 1740

Harrison, Henry Esq.

Ordered second half of rent of Browning Place be paid to satisfy a mortgage given to :

Yorkers, Doctor children

September 20, 1797

Hart, Andrew

Disputed title to land claimed by:

Dutton, Michael

September 18, 1785

Hector, John

Negro servant from the Schooner "Dermond" of the port of St. Vincentís captured by constable.

 

October 1, 1788

Hickey, John

Complained he was owed money since 1786 by :

Grant, David

October 1, 1788

Hickey, John

Complained that his partner has not paid him money owed:

Kelly, Cornelius

October 15, 1776

Hill, Samuel

Applied for grant to a piece of land near the path leading to Ferryland Downs towards Ferryland Head.

 

October 15, 1776

Hill, Samuel

Applied for grant next to Wickenís Plantation, now in the possession of :

Carter, Robert

October 4, 1779

Hodge, Caleb

Agent for :

Holdsworth, William

October ??, 1788

Hodge, Caleb

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 24, 1788

Hodge, Caleb

Member of Ferryland Protestant court house committee

 

September 10, 1763

Holdsworth, Robert

Appointed arbitrator in Mason vs Benger

 

September 15, 1766

Holdsworth, Thomas

Ordered to pay the St. Johnís price of fish to:

Shea, Michael

October 21, 1778

Holley, Robert

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

 

September 4, 1766

Horsnaill, John

Secretary to the Govenor

 

October ??, 1788

Hunt, Arthur

Signed petition for protection:

 

October 24, 1788

Hunt, Arthur

Member of Ferryland Protestant court house committee

 

September 2, 1749

Hutchins, James

Appointed Justice of the Peace for Ferryland District

 

August 25, 1750

Hutchins, James

Appointed Justice of the Peace

 

August 27, 1750

Hutchins, James

Took out a judgement against:

Pasmore, Richard

August 14, 1784

Jackman and Power

Agents for:

Clemens, Mrs.

August 27, 1750

Jackson, William

Trepassey resident named executor of the will of :

McAulity, Cornelius

September 16, 1751

Jackson, William

No longer Justice of the Peace

 

August 27, 1750

Jenkins, Albion and Bridget

In September 1726 were put in possession of a plantation in the community by the last will of carpenter:

Long, Oliver

August 27, 1750

Jenkins, Albion and Bridget

Signed a mortgage in 1727 on the land in Renouze with:

Spicey, Emanuall

August 27, 1750

Jenkins, Albion and Bridget

Signed a mortgage in 1727 on the plantation in Renouze with:

Kingman, Thomas

August 27, 1750

Jenkins, Philip

Renouze resident was son and heir of :

Jenkins, Albion and Bridget

October 21, 1778

Jenkins, Phillip

List of residents and merchants of Fermeuse who will assist with defence and the number of their servants††† 14

 

October 12, 1784

Jennings, William

He was left a plantation in Renews by his uncles from Devon, England but because of French invasion he could not claim it::

Flood, John and Thomas

October 15, 1773

Jones, Howell Esq.

Surrogate for Ferryland District

 

October 5, 1754

Jones, James and others

Seized boats and fish belonging to:

Ryan, Thomas

????, 1750

Jones, Lieut Nathaniel

Bought a second small house and garden extending as far as storehouse owned by:

Thompson, Peter

????< 1750

Jones, Lieut. Nathaniel

Petition for grant to land and tenement he had improved in Ferryland adjoining the Main Brook and called Shipís Watering Place

 

August 12, 1749

Jones, Nathaniel Lieut.

Officer in garrison in Ferryland

 

October 24, 1749

Jones, S.

Rented a house belonging to:

Roberts, Mary

Page Transcribed by Ray Curran (February, 2001)

Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013)

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