Sloop Eliza, Reuben McFarlane, master.
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Sloop Eliza, Reuben McFarlane, master. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims

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  • United States. -- Court of Claims,
  • Armored vessels,
  • Ships

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Other titlesFindings of Court of Claims in case of sloop Eliza
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
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Open LibraryOL16120506M

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21 Nov and wife. Elizabeth Casey to Lavina Sloop widow of James Dloop; ther undivided ¼ of lands sold to george H. James Sloop in and 6 May Andrew Boyd of Meigs Co. to Duke Ward. 12 Nov Josiah Rowan to John W. Cloniger, both of Monroe Co. Farmer (email a descendant) Ann McFarlane 39 Wife Eliza McFarlane 10 Child James McFarlane 8 Child John McFarlane 6 Child Ann McFarlane 4 Child Margaret McFarlane 2 Child Janet McFarlane 2 mos. Child Alexander McIntosh 42 Rent raised and could not live by it. Farmer Agnes McIntosh 34 Wife John McIntosh 13 Child Margaret McIntosh 11 Child James. The following is information found in the records of the National Archives and Records Administration. It identifies the record group and series, with brief descriptions and locations. It does not provide actual documents. Some of the records are microfilmed, and have been noted. For further insight, see Walter B. Hill Jr.'s Prologue article on this 21, Waddell, W. C. H. New York. Relative to the "Weathergage.". Sloop Telegraph, Capt. Graves, Charleston 1 day with groceries, dry goods and corn to I. Sasportas. Sloop Elizabeth, Capt. Green, St. Simons with coppered buoy for Doboy bar. Sloop Bright Phoebus, Capt. Ketchum, Savannah 50 hours inland with assorted cargo to Champagne, Sibbald, B. King & Co., Reuben King, and the master--eighteen passengers.

MCFARLANE, George McFarlane was the only son of Duncan and MARIA McFarlane, of Scotland. He was born Jan. 12, , and received a classical education from his father, who taught 46 years in a parish school in Scotland, and was a finely educated man. Abercrombie Robinson () Abergavenny (c), Acts of Parliament, carriage of slaves ; Navigation Laws ; Prevention of Smuggling Act Registry Act l 18 Adams & Co, shipbuilder Admiral Gardner () Admirality, alters sloop to schooner ; buys Americal vess , 94; draug 75, 77,80, Glossary. A testator is the term given the person who makes a will. An executor is the person chosen by the testator to see that the terms of the will are compiled with. Testate: having made and left a valid will. Intestate: not having made a valid 35% of people in NZ died intestate. A person who died without leaving a will died in intestate. 5th generation Robert, Ephraim, Aaron, Palatiah, Robert Blanchard ca – | parents & Penelope Blanchard ca – aft | parents of Gates Co NC based on the Oral tr.

Manifest of Cargo on board Sloop Lark, Master Chris Godfrey, bound from Providence to New York. Outfitting book of Bark Osprey, Reuben W. Crop, master. (Gift of Katherine R. Rogers, 28 June ) Certificate that Brig Reuben & Eliza (of New York), Charles Harris, master, has no guns and may pass, owned by citizens of the United States. 6 Eliza b Jane b John md. & had 3 children Margaret md. James Glencross and had 1 son & 3 daus. Martha Ann md. Robert Flake in They had 2 sons & 5 daus. Hannah md. Thomas Cole in and had 4 sons & 2 daus. William md. & moved to U.S. He had 1 dau. Eliza, unmarried Jane md. John Palmer () was a Revolutionary War soldier and mariner from Stonington, Connecticut. Free family records for Researching Ancestry in Virginia. Source: The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 2 (Oct., ), pp. (Book No. 2). and The William.