1751 - 1760 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland

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1751 - 1760 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland

(Incomplete). Extracted from Lloyd's Lists, London. (Julian & Gregorian Calendars)
While a fair sampling is extracted here, this listing is not a “complete” record listing of Newfoundland Lloyd’s Lists voyage entries. Vessels could be constructed more cheaply in Colonial America where virgin timber was limitless than could be done back home in England. Voyages in which Newfoundland may have been an interim port, and for which Newfoundland was not a specifically named port within the lists, are not included here, except as examples, notes, endnotes, or other, which are asterisked as *****.

Transcribed and contributed by David Anstey. (Note: This listing may contain contractions, spelling and/or transcription errors. Correction or improvement is possible in certain cases). While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there may be errors.


1751

Feb 19, 1750 edition

*****Captain Davis, arrived at Lisbon from Torbay.

March 6, 1750 edition

The "Dispatch", Captain Tindal, for Ireland & Newfoundland, on the 26th was drove from her Anchors in Studland Bay and is since put into Cowes, Isle of Wight.

March 12, 1750 edition

Cleared out of Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sea Nymph", Captain Andrews.

March 19, 1750 edition

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Green", Captain Price.

March 26, 1750 edition

*****Arrived at Poole, the vessels:

"Industrious Bee" Captain Durell from London

"Thomas & Elizabeth" Captain Blake from London

"William & Samuel" Captain Rouse from London

"Providence" Captain Wills from London

"Thompson" Captain Thompson from London

"William & Thomas" Captain Budden from London

"William & Elizabeth" Captain Rogers from London

"Hampshire" Captain Elmes from London

"Elizabeth" Captain Mills from Newcastle

"Sally" Captain Pearcy from Newcastle

"Endeavour" Captain Durham from Newcastle

"Dolphin" Captain Rickabee from Sunderland

Sailed out of Poole, the vessels:

"Swift" Captain Bowell for Cadiz

"Scipio" Captain Gregory for Cadiz

"Eagle" Captain Weston for Cette

"Beaver" Captain Hayward for Ireland

"Patsy" Captain Otley for Ireland

*illegible *illegible for Ireland

"Molly" Captain Slade for Ireland (interpret “to Ireland for victuals & labour, & then for the Newfoundland fishery”)

"Love" Captain Painter for Ireland (Captains Toogood and Painter captained the vessel "Love", Poole - Newfoundland.)

"Joseph & Hannah" Captain Thomas Anstey for Newfoundland

? Captain Cheeseman for Newfoundland

"Industry" Captain Street for Newfoundland

"Eagle" Captain Troth for Newfoundland

"Adventure" Captain Warren for Newfoundland

"Three brothers" Captain Phippard for Newfoundland

"Sally" Captain Farwell for Newfoundland

"Adventure" Captain Spencer for Newfoundland

*****Sailed from Southampton for Barcelona, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Gougher/Goodyear.

March 29, 1751 edition

Sailed out of Barnstaple for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Peter" Captain Hogg

"John" Captain Salmon

"Britannia" Captain Harwick

"New London" Captain Webber

"Northam" Captain Baker

"Diana" Captain Vellacott

"Betty" Captain Mills

"Peace" Captain Sparks

"Elizabeth & Sarah" Captain Mills

"Myrtle Tree" Captain Ellis

"Dolphin" Captain Spencer

"Diepe Pacquet Captain Smith

"Friend's Agreement" Captain Chin

"Prosperous" Captain Knell

"Delight" Captain Nichols

"Friendship" Captain Wilcocks

"Swan" Captain Brown

"Swallow" Captain Babb

"Oak" Captain Allen

"Jolly" Captain Babb

"Hopewell" Captain Sloely

"Susannah" Captain Pollard

"Swallow" Captain Browning

"Orange Tree" Captain Ellis

"Beginning" Captain Strange

"Industry" Captain Tawten

"Peace" Captain Sloely

"Loyal Ann" Captain Shaxton

"Jane" Captain Reymour

"Fly" Captain Pollard

"Incontstant" Captain Tilly

"Gallipot" Captain Hooper

"Sprat" Captain Drew

"Mayflower" Captain Phillips

"Prosperity" Captain Yeo

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Greyhound" Captain Scot, on the 24th.

"Dartmouth" Captain Tedd

Apr 2, 1751 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Lisbon, the vessel "Seven Sisters", Captain Whitewood. (Consider kin of Isaac Whitewood & Elizabeth Tucker, of Poole.)

Apr 9, 1751 edition

Sailed out of Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Slade

"Joseph & Benjamin" Captain Linthorne

"Sally & Polly" Captain Smith

"Don Antonio" Captain Durell

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Bailey

"Industrious Bee" Captain Seager

"Weymouth" Captain Bartlett

"George Augustus" Captain Gleed

*****Arrived at Poole from Cork, the vessel "Molly", Captain Lane.

May 3, 1751 edition

*****Arrived at Southampton from Jersey, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Fraichy, on May 2.

May 21, 1751 edition

*****Arrived at Cowes from Guernsey, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Collings/Collins.

Jul 5, 1751 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain Maloney

"Mary Anna" Captain Darby

"William" Captain Baker

"Spy" Captain Hanna

"Andrews" Captain Moore

"Society" Captain Davey

Sep 27, 1751 edition

Sailed from Barbados for Newfoundland, the vessel "Susannah", Captain Fryer.

The "Charming Molly", Captain Leigh from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, took fire at St. John's as she was drying her Hold in order to take in Fish and was entirely consumed.

Oct 18, 1751 edition

Arrived at Weymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Squarry, on the 13th.

Nov 5, 1751 edition

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Vittery

"Teignmouth" Captain Cahill

Sailed from Dartmouth for Amsterdam, the vessel "Postillion", Captain Grant.

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hampshire", Captain Dorrel/Durrell.

Nov 15, 1751 edition

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Exchange", Captain Pinson.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sally" Captain Farwel/Farewell

"Scipio" Captain Cheeseman

"Industrious Bee" Captain Seager

"Dolphin" Captain Slade

"Molly" Captain Slade

"Adventure" Captain Toogood

"Fortune" Captain Scaplen

*****Two Captain Slades noted in this era, out of Poole.

Nov 22, 1751 edition

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Buckland", Captain Brine.

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Payton.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Katherine" Captain Butler

"Susannah" Captain Bird

Dec 3, 1751 edition

*****Put back to Cork for Barbados, the vessel "Thetis", Captain Andrews.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Snow.

Arrived at St. Andero from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jersey", Captain Le Croix.

Dec 6, 1751 edition

*****"The "Providence", Captain Stretch from Hamburg for Bristol, with Iron and Bale Goods, was lost the 2nd near Yarmouth. Part of the cargo will be saved.

The "Beckford", Captain Pitts from Newfoundland, was lost on the 24th, on the bar of Oporto.

*End of English usage of the Julian Calendar.


1752

*Beginning of English usage of the Gregorian Calendar.

Jan 25, 1752 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for Lisbon, the vessel "Molly", Captain Slade.

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

Jan 28, 1752 edition

*****Arrived at Southampton from Dublin, the vessel "Thetis", Captain Snow.

Jan 31, 1752 edition

*****Sailed from Southampton for Jersey, the vessel "Ambition", Captain Clement.

Mar 13, 1752 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Crew (Thomas Crew of Sturminster Newton & Poole, Dorset; & Bonavista.)

"Beaver" Captain Hayward (Consider the Hayward family at Fogo.)

"Eagle" Captain Troth (Captain Henry Troth?)

*****Arrived at Cork from Poole, the vessel "Young Green", Captain Pierce.

Apr 3, 1752 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland on the 30th, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Toogood.

Apr 21, 1752 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas & Elizabeth", Captain Rowles.

July 7, 1752 edition

Arrived in Newfoundland from Jersey, the vessels:

"Swan" Captain Carteret

"Sarah" Captain Boutilier/Butler

"Kingfisher" Captain Barber

"Willing Mind" Captain Cronier

"Greyhound" Captain Vibert . . . . . . . . . . . 1

"Esther" Captain Luce

"Magdeline" Captain Coombs

"Sally" Captain Remon . . . . . . . . . . . 1

"Phoenix" Captain Le Brocq

"Diamond" Captain Le Couteur

"Jersey" Captain Le Croix

"Prince Frederick" Captain Combs

"Molly" Captain Foit

"Peter" Captain Prence

"Union" Captain Chevelier

"Swift" Captain Janverin

July 14, 1752 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Pitt.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Appledore, the vessels:

"Grace" Captain Hammett

"Placentia" Captain Samin (Salmon?)

"John" Captain Handcock

"Hubbaston" Captain Hammett

July 31, 1752 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Barbados, the vessel "Love", Captain Painter.

Aug 4, 1752 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Justican. (Consider surname Justican at Trinity Bay vs. DeGreshy.)

Arrived at Boston from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Butler. . . . . . . .2

Aug 28, 1752 edition

*****Arrived at Bristol from Barbados, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Noble.

Sep 26, 1752 edition

*****Arrived at Cowes from Petersburg, the vessel "Providence", Captain Stretch.

Oct 10, 1752 edition

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Postillion", Captain Tucker.

Nov 3, 1752 edition

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Love", Captain Painter.

Nov 7, 1752 edition

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Mudge.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Squire.

Arrived at Southampton from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Payne. (Captain Payne often sailed Southampton - Channel Islands.)

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Pitt.

The "Northam", Captain Wakeham of Bideford, from Newfoundland for Exon (Exeter).

Nov 10, 1752 edition

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Buckland", Captain Bartlet.

*****Sailed from Plymouth for London, the vessel "Sarah", Captain Collins.

Sailed from Barbados for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Judith" Captain Power

"Rice" Captain Middleton

Nov 14, 1752 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sarah" Captain White

"King William" Captain Taverner

"Beaver" Captain Slade

"Thomas & Elizabeth" Captain Rowles . . . . . . . . . . . .3

*****Arrived at Poole from Oporto, the vessel "Samuel's Adventure", Captain White.

Captain Peter Evans arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, on the 8th.

Nov 17, 1752 edition

Arrived at Genoa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Seymore.

Nov 21, 1752 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Mudge.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Carter, of and from Poole, is lost in the Harbour of Fogo, in Newfoundland. . . . . . 4

Dec 5, 1752 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Molly", Captain Slade.

Dec 8, 1752 edition

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rebecca" Captain Andrews

" ? " Captain Brine

Dec 12, 1752 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love", Captain Painter.

Dec 15, 1752 edition

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Providence", Captain ?

Dec 19, 1752 edition

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Pitts.

1753

Jan 5, 1753 edition

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Providence", Captain Le Viscount.

Jan 16, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Oporto, the vessel "Sally & Polly", Captain Smith.

*****Arrived at Poole from Bilboa, the vessel "Scipio", Captain Cheeseman.

*****The "Young Green", Captain Pearce, from Dublin for Poole, is lost off the Isle of Wight.

Jan 19, 1753 edition

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Passmore.

Jan 26, 1753 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for Barbados, the vessel "Willing Mind", Captain Crew, on the 24th.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rose Branch", Captain Street.

Jan 30, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Seville, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Sparks.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Dublin, the vessel "Providence", Captain Lamb.

Feb 20, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Teignmouth, the vessel "Joseph & Mary", Captain Brine.

Feb 23, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Southampton from Cork, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Feb 27, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from London, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Mudge.

*****Arrived at Weymouth from London, the vessel "Lethie & Anne", Captain Daw.

*****Arrived at Glasgow from Liverpool, the vessel "Industry", Captain Dow.

Mar 6, 1753 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Minerva" Captain Spurrier

"Bacaleo" Captain Elmes

Mar 13, 1753 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Crew.

Apr 10, 1753 edition

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Swift", Captain Caine. (Consider spellings Keene/Kean.)

Apr 13, 1753 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hawke" Captain Farwell

"Betsey" Captain Spencer

"Joseph & Benjamin" Captain Linthorn

"Lark" Captain Keats

"Mary" Captain Carter

"Sally & Polly" ` Captain Smith

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Bayly

"Charming Molly" Captain Bowles

"Industry" Captain Crew

*****Sailed from Poole for Rotterdam, the vessel "Williams", Captain Thompson.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Cork, the vessel "Providence", Captain Lear.

April 20, 1753 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Slade.

April 27, 1753 edition

*****The "Providence", Captain Emmett, of Plymouth from North Carolina for London, passed by Dartmouth the 22nd, all well.

May 4, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Annamabo from Bristol, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe.

The "Betty", Captain Herne from Lyme for Newfoundland, being about 500 Leagues to the Westward, fell in with a great quantity of Ice, which cut off most of her sheathing and stove in her Counter, after which she proved so leaky that she was obliged to put back to Plymouth to refit. One of the crew was lost.

May 8, 1753 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for Lisbon, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Rogers.

Captain Porter arrived in the River from Montserrat; spoke with the "Dolphin", Captain Read, from Poole for Newfoundland.

May 25, 1753 edition

*****Arrived at Barbados from Poole, the vessel "Willing Mind", Captain Crew.

June 5, 1753 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Don Antonio", Captain Durrell.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Slade.

June 8, 1753 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

June 19, 1753 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Jersey, the vessels:

"Swan" Captain Carteret

"Hester" Captain LeMarinel

"King Fisher" Captain Barbier

"Peter" Captain Preven

"Sarah" Captain Boutileer/Butler

"Willing Mind" Captain Fiott

"Magdalane" Captain Combs

"Sally" Captain Hue

"Diamond" Captain LeCouteur

July 3, 1753 edition

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Bishop.

Aug 7, 1753 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Davis.

Aug 31, 1753 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "King William", Captain Carter, on the 26th.

Oct 5, 1753 edition

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Montserrat" Captain Hayman

"Exmouth" Captain Bourges

"Postillion" Captain ?

"Royal Escape" Captain Martin

"Success" Captain Sparke

"A small brig" Captain ?

Oct 12, 1753 edition

*****Captain Stretch arrived in the River from Leghorn on the 8th. (Thames River.)

Oct 19, 1753 edition

Arrived at Weymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth & Katherine", Captain Tucker. (?Weymouth Quaker Tucker family?)

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Hayman.

Oct 26, 1753 edition

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sarah", Captain Boutilier/Butler.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Postillion", Captain Snow.

Nov 9, 1753 edition

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Mudge.

(*Samuel Mudge wed Mary Whitburn, Mar 16, 1688, West Teignmouth, Devon.)

Nov 20, 1753 edition

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Rowe.

Nov 30, 1753 edition

Arrived at Cowes from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

Dec 21, 1753 edition

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Snow.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Postillion" Captain Snow

"Sarah" Captain Botillier/Butler


1755

Jan 3, 1755 edition

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rochester" Captain Roberts

"John & Mary" Captain Davis

"Hawke" Captain Farwell

"Samson" Captain Mifflin

Jan 14, 1755 edition

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Little John" Captain Slade

"Recovery" Captain Collishall

Feb 7, 1755 edition

*****Arrived at Southampton from Jersey, the vessel, "Postillion", Captain Snow.

Feb 11, 1755 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Oporto, the vessel, "Adventure", Captain Toogood.

Mar 11, 1755 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Seahorse", Captain Moors.

Mar 21, 1755 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Ridout/Rideout.

Apr 11, 1755 edition

Arrived at Poole from Alicante, the vessel "Thomas & Elizabeth", Captain Rolles/Rowles.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Patsy" Captain Glover

"Supply" Captain Hart

"Dolphin" Captain Coward

"Hopewell" Captain Crew

"Delight" Captain Glover

"Minerva" Captain Spurrier

"Industry" Captain Crew

"Swan" Captain Gibbons

"Dispatch" Captain Pope

"Willing Mind" Captain Crew

"Damsel" Captain Leathly

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Whitewood

"Love" Captain Moores

"Hyde" Captain Pearce

"Nancy" Captain Loader

"Samuell & Elizabeth" Captain Spencer

"Bellica" Captain Pike

"Lark" Captain Penny

"Industrious Bee" Captain Brixey

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Rotterdam, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Taylor.

*****Arrived at Cork from Lisbon, the vessel "Society", Captain Butler.

*****Sailed from Cork for Jersey, the vessel "Lamb", Captain Taylor.

Apr 18, 1755 edition

Came in to Weymouth for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Nancy" Captain Masters (*John Masters died at London on Jun 20, 1755, aged 64. Buried at Poole.)

"Industrious Bee" Captain Brixey

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Carter

"King William" Captain Taverner

"Dolphin" Captain Daw

"Beaver" Captain Hayward

"Robinhood" Captain Honeybun

"Samuel & John" Captain Brown

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the vessel "Weymouth", Captain Cox. (Captain Robert Cox, of Cox & Co. ?)

*****Arrived at Cork from Waterford, the vessel "Society", Captain Butler.

*****Sailed from Cork for St. Kitts, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Mercer.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Embery

"Fanny" Captain Toole

"Pike" Captain Pike

"Industry" Captain Bishop

"Martha & Ann" Captain Collins

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Oporto, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Taylor.

Apr 22, 1755 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Scipio" Captain Durrell

"Drake" Captain Lemon

"Bonetta" Captain French

"Rosebranch" Captain Street

"Joseph & Hannah" Captain Anstey

"Charming Molly" Captain Bowles

"Nancy" Captain Broom

Arrived at Barbados from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Butler.

Apr 25, 1755 edition

Came in to Weymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Abbot.

Apr 29, 1755 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Swallow" Captain Justican

"Little John" Captain Slade

*****Arrived at Waterford from Lisbon, the vessel "Society", Captain Butler, on the 22nd.

May 16, 1755 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Bristol, the vessel, "Two Brothers", Captain Horwood. (*Robert Pack wed Olivia Horwood, at Poole.)

Jun 3, 1755 edition

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Fly" Captain Smith

"Postillion" Captain Snow

Aug 5, 1755 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Reeks.

Aug 8, 1755 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Guernsey, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Slade.

Aug 26, 1755 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Alexander" Captain Scot

"Greyhound" Captain Bourke

"Content" Captain Dyer

Sep 9, 1755 edition

*****Sailed from St. Christopher’s for Cork, the vessels:

"Mary & Martha" Captain Carrol

"Racehorse" Captain Mercer

Sep 12, 1755 edition

*****Sailed from Weymouth for Leghorn, the vessel "Providence", Captain Stretch.

Sailed from Weymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Duke of Cumberland", Captain Russel.

Oct 14, 1755 edition

*****Arrived at the Downs from Newcastle, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

*****Put back to Cowes for ?, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Badwell.

Nov 7, 1755 edition

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Rideout.

Nov 11, 1755 edition

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Oporto, the vessel "Success", Captain Sparke.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas & Elizabeth", Captain Rolles.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John" Captain Cheeseman

"Swan" Captain De Cartret

"Swift" Captain Janverin

"Caley" Captain Russel

Nov 18, 1755 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John & Mine" Captain Moor

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Whitewood

"Industrious Bee" Captain Brixey

"Elizabeth" Captain Tilmore

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love", Captain Moore.

*****The "Nancy", Captain Heighington of Bristol, from Falmouth for Barcelona, is drove ashore near St. Maw's Castle and it's feared the Ship and Cargo will be lost.

Dec 2, 1755 edition

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

*****The "Thetis", late Captain Fitzherbert, belonging to Bristol, is put into old Callabar, in great distress.


1757

Jan 11, 1757 edition

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Martha & Ann", Captain Collins.

Jan 25, 1757 edition

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Sparks.

Feb 11, 1757 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Green.

Mar 29, 1757 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Daws. Also vessel "Nancy", Captain Trasher?

Apr 22, 1757 edition

The "John & Betty", Captain Green, is put back to Poole, with the loss of her mainmast and sides stove in, occasioned by one of the American Ships running foul of her.

May 20, 1757 edition

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Betty", Captain Green.

June 7, 1757 edition

The "John & Betty", Captain Green, from Cork for Newfoundland, is retaken by the "Medway", Man of War, and sent into Portsmouth.

June 14, 1757 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Dows/Daw (of Poole).

Aug 12, 1757 edition

The "Medina", Captain Cox, from Poole for Newfoundland, is retaken by Admiral Holbourn's Squadron and sent to Fogo, her intended Port in Newfoundland.

*?Captain Robert Cox, of Cox & Co.?

Aug 23, 1757 edition

The "Mary", Captain Andrews, from Waterford for Newfoundland, is taken by a French Privateer, but not carried in.

Aug 26, 1757 edition

*****The "Nancy", Captain Thresher, from Poole for St. Kitts, is taken and carried into Vigo.

Oct 11, 1757 edition

The "Tito", Captain Daws, from Poole to Newfoundland, is carried into Carthagena.

Nov 8, 1757 edition

Arrived at Viana from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sarah & William", Captain Green.

Nov 18, 1757 edition

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Stevens.

Nov 22, 1757 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cowes, Isle of Wight, the vessel "Medina", Captain Cox.

Dec 13, 1757 edition

The "Bellice", Pike, from Newfoundland for Lisbon, taken and carried into Cadiz.

Dec 30, 1757 edition

Arrived at Gibraltar from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Randall

"Delight" Captain Summers

"William & Mary" Captain Southcott

"Dispatch" Captain Brown

"Lark" Captain Keat

"White" Captain Cheeseman

"Robinhood" Captain Darby

"Industry" Captain Lemon

"Trinity" Captain Davy

"Molly" Captain Brockway

"Rosebranch" Captain Street

"Betty" Captain Pinson

"Hopewell" Captain Gibbons

"Fowey" Man of War

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Exchange" Captain Pike

"Isabella" Captain Lime

"Neptune" Captain Bailey

"Marcella" Captain Way

"Fanny" Captain Pynn

"Dispatch" Captain Corder?

"Boyle" Captain Green

"Swift" Captain Wheden

"Samson" Captain Mifflin


1758

Jan 17, 1758 edition

The "Medina", Captain Cox, from Newfoundland for a Market, was taken by a French Privateer; but afterwards lost, going into Bayonne.

Jan 27, 1758 edition

The vessel "Priory", Captain Toogood, from Newfoundland for Poole, is carried into Bayonne.

Feb 7, 1758 edition

*****A 100 Ton vessel, with Train Oil & Furs from Canada, is taken by the "Charming Nancy", Privateer, Captain Snow; & the "Pere de Famide", of St. Domingo, by the "Defiance", Privateer, Captain Le Cronier; & are both carried into Jersey.

Feb 17, 1758 edition

*****Remained at the Downs for Poole, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

Feb 24, 1758 edition

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rosebranch" Captain Street

"William" Captain Randall

"William" Captain Wally

"Betsy" Captain Reeks

"Swift" Captain Reid

Arrived at Gibraltar from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Baker

"Rising Sun" Captain Pitts

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Joseph & Hannah" Captain Thomas Anstey

"Industry" Captain Lemon

"Pike" Captain Cheeseman

"Molly" Captain Brockway

"Robinhood" Captain Kirley

"Trinity" Captain Davy . . . . . . . . . . 5

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lyon", Captain James.

Arrived at Madeira from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Recovery" Captain Reid, on Jan 6.

"Dispatch" Captain Mudge

"Nancy" Captain Squire

Mar 28, 1758 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bonetta" Captain Brixey

"Triton" Captain Arrowsmith

"Elizabeth" Captain Doe?

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Murphy.

Mar 31, 1758 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Lander.

*****Arrived at Southampton from Guernsey, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Taylor.

Apr 4, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Southampton from Poole, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Knowles. ( ??Knowles/Newell?? )

Apr 7, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Cork from Lisbon, the vessel "St. John", Captain Dews.

Apr 11, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Teignmouth, the vessel "Triton", Captain Hayward.

Apr 21, 1758 edition

Sailed from Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Pearce

"Fanny" Captain Lately

"Sally" Captain Green

"Triton" Captain Hayward

"Samuel's Adventure" Captain White

"Sally" Captain Windsor

"Wareham" Captain Frampton . . . . . . . . . 6

"Swan" Captain Olive

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Whitewood

Apr 25, 1758 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Durell

"Brilliant Star" Captain Williams

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"Joseph" Captain White

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Parrot

"Prince Edward" Captain Hookey

"Damsel" Captain Bayley

"Minerva" Captain Farwell

"Joseph" Captain Taverner

"Industrious Bee" Captain Lundredge

"Delight" Captain Cheeseman

"Patsey" Captain Glover

"Lark" Captain Keats

"Dolphin" Captain Taylor

Apr 28, 1758 edition

Arrived at Plymouth from Portsmouth, the "Gosport" Man of War, with the Convoy for Newfoundland.

May 2, 1758 edition

Sailed from Plymouth, the "Gosport" Man of War, with the Convoy for Newfoundland.

May 9, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Cork from Poole, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Pearcy/Pearce.

May 12, 1758 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Miller. (Cato & Sukey ≈ Kate and Susie)

May 16, 1758 edition

Arrived at Madeira from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Elizabeth", Captain Butler.

Jun 2, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Bristol, the galley "George", Captain Daw.

Jun 9, 1758 edition

*****Remained at the Downs for Poole, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

Jun 13, 1758 edition

*****The "St. Laurence", Captain ? from St. Sebastians, with Flour, Brandy, and Salt for Canada; is sent into Falmouth by the "St. George", "Dragon", and "Defiance", Privateers of Bristol.

*****A Ship with stores for Canada is taken by the "Charming Nancy", Privateer, Captain Snow, and carried into Jersey.

*****July 25, 1758 edition

A French Ship, with Flour, etc., for Canada, was taken by the "Antelope", Captain Burford, a Letter of Marque from Bristol; and sold at Maderia.

*****Cargo quantities of hard bread, biscuit bread, bread, salt, and strong drink were European staples, shipped into early Newfoundland.

*****Beef, pork, butter, and labour were “cheaper than English” Irish staples, shipped into early Newfoundland.

Jun 16, 1758 edition

*****The "Boston", galley, Captain Butler, from Boston, is taken by the French in the West Indies.

Jun 27, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Bristol, the vessel "Thomas & Martha", Captain Morgan.

Jun 30, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Wexford, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Butler.

Jul 4, 1758 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Robinhood", Captain Kerley.

Jul 7, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Southampton from London, the vessel "Dodnor", Captain Taylor.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Guernsey, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Johnson.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Spithead, the vessel "Heron", Captain Pike, for a Convoy.

The "Swift", Captain Coughlan, from Newfoundland, is sailed from Gibraltar for Alicante, under Convoy.

Jul 11, 1758 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Love", Captain Morris.

Jul 14, 1758 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "Triton", Captain Wills.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Barbados, the vessel "Real Friendship", Captain Taylor.

*****Arrived at Cork from Topsham, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Giles. . . . . . . . 7

Jul 21, 1758 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Banker", Captain Frampton.

Jul 25, 1758 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Waterford, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Salmon.

*****Arrived at Hull from Greenland, the vessel "Pool", Captain Butler, with one fish.

*(One medium Whale. War time whalers obtained whales at Iceland & Greenland; as a substitute for Newfoundland codfish train oil.)

Jul 28, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Greenland, the vessel "Charming Polly", Captain Read; with 13 more whalers in Company, for London.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Barnes.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bonetta" Captain Brixey

"St. Joseph" Captain White

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessels:

"Hope" Captain Reeves

"Biddiford" Captain Maundon

"Samuel & Adventure" Captain White

"Brilliant Star" Captain Williams

"Prince Edward" Captain Hookey

"Elizabeth" captain Pearce

"Swan" Captain Clarke

"Triton" Captain Arrowsmith

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"Mary Ann" Captain Whitewood

"Industrious Bee" Captain Brixey

Arrived at Newfoundland from Waterford, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Westcott.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Alicante, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain Lemon

"Joseph & Hannah" Captain Thomas Anstey (*for the Poole, Dorset, Society of Friends member; Newfoundland Merchant, Joseph White.)

Aug 1, 1758 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Exchange" Captain Pike from Lisbon.

"Anne" Captain Godfrey from Waterford.

"Joyce" Captain Holdsworth from Waterford.

"Dartmouth" Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace from Lisbon.

The "Racehorse", Captain Parr, from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, was taken April 28, by a French Letter of Marque, and burnt.

Aug 4, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from London, the vessel "Parkston", Captain Tilsed. Sep 19, edition. Arrived Poole from Newcastle, the "Parkston", Captain Tilley.

(*An instance where surnames Tilley and Tilsed represent the same individual. Consider John Tilsed of Cape John, N. D. Bay, Newfoundland.)

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Racehorse" Captain Lang from Teignmouth.

"Friendship" Captain Squarry from Waterford.

"Hopewell" Captain Gibbon from Leghorn.

"Joseph" Captain Taverner from Poole.

"Dolphin" Captain Taylor from Poole.

"Fanny" Captain Leathy from Poole.

*****Sailed from Barbados for Virginia, the vessel "Polly & Hellena", Captain Calvert.

Aug 18, 1758 edition

The "Young Pieter", Captain ? , a Dutch Brig from Surinam for Amsterdam, with Cocoa, Coffee and Sugar, is brought into Kinsale, by the "Swift",

Captain Rider, a Letter of Marque from Poole for Newfoundland.

Aug 22, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Halifax from Cork, the vessel "Industrious Bee", Captain French.

Sep 1, 1758 edition

*****Sailed from the Downs for Poole, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Daw; and the "Pompadour", Captain Collingwood.

Sep 5, 1758 edition

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bellica", Captain Tito.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Vienna, the vessel "Arthur & Mary", Captain Matthews.

Sep 8, 1758 edition

*****Sailed from Southampton for Poole, the vessel "Francis & Anne", Captain Yeats.

Sep 22, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Bristol from Jamaica the vessels "Cornwall", Captain Dunscomb, and "Boyd", Captain Henderson.

Oct 13, 1758 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Prince George" Captain Smith

"Champion" Captain Frances

The "Prince William", "Dirk Apolonia", and "La Villa de Bilboa"; prizes to the "Cornwall", Privateer, are arrived at Newfoundland. (Captain Dunscombe?)

Oct 17, 1758 edition

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Newcastle; the vessel "Success", Captain Dale.

Nov 7, 1758 edition

The "Sally", Captain Hughes, from Bristol for Lisbon and Newfoundland, and the "Nugent", Captain Beech from Bristol for Boston, were taken in July last by some French Men of War bound for Quebec, and by them, set on fire.

The "Mary", Captain Mortimer, from Teignmouth for Newfoundland, is carried into Quebec.

Nov 10, 1758 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Taylor.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Maryland; the vessels:

"Thetis" Captain Creymer

"Lyon" Captain Snow

Nov 17, 1758 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Daw.

Nov 24, 1758 edition

Arrived at Exeter from Newfoundland, the vessel "Molly", Captain White.

Nov 28, 1758 edition

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Slade.

A very rich ship from Quebec, with several families of Note on board, is carried into St. John's, by the "Europa", a Letter of Marque from Bristol.

Dec 1, 1758 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for Teignmouth, the vessel "Industry", Captain Hardey.

Dec 12, 1758 edition

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Prince George" Captain Kidd

"Virtue" Captain Diamond

"Friendship" Captain Hussey

"William" Captain Walley

"Syrene" Captain Lyon

"Port Merchant" Captain Christie

"Scarborough" Captain Teage

"Mercury" Captain Doleman

"Joyce" Captain Bussey

"Nottingham" Man of War

Dec 15, 1758 edition

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

*****Arrived at Weymouth from Teignmouth, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Squarry.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Deverell?

"Industrions Bee" Captain Lundridge

"Industry" Captain Slade

"Anne" Captain Braddick

"Hope" Captain Reeve

"Elizabeth" Captain Linthorne

"Joseph & Hannah" Captain Thomas Anstey

"Susannah" Captain Crew

"Hopewell" Captain Gibbons

"Dolphin" Captain Warren

"Elizabeth" Captain Baker

*****Came in to Elseneor/Elsinore/Helsingor, for Poole, William Clarke.

Dec 19, 1758 edition

Arrived at Exeter from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary Anne" Captain Tucker

"Windsor" Captain Giles

"Mary" Captain Hearder

"Molly" Captain Wills

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Mary", Captain Row. (Consider the Rowe family of Shaldon vs Whiteway & Hingston.)

Dec 22, 1758 edition

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Slade.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Wise

"Damsel" Captain Bayley

"Biddiford" Captain Maunden

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Guernsey, the vessel "Providence", Captain Mullins. (*Consider Richard Mullins of Conception Bay, Newfoundland.)

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Levant" Captain Darby (*Consider Nicholas Darby of Bristol & Labrador.)

"Swift" Captain Rider

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Gelly/Jolly.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Vigilance" Captain Churchill

"Joseph" Captain White

Arrived at Gibraltar from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Swift" Captain Coghlan

"William & Mary" Captain Southcott

"Triton" Captain Hayward

"Northumberland" Captain Draper

"Lloyd" Captain Carberry

"Sally" Captain Green

"Molly" Captain Brockway

"Rose-branch" Captain Street

"William" Captain Randall

"Joseph" Captain Taverner

"Swan" Captain Olive

"Minerva" Captain Barnes

"John & Sarah" Captain Bishop

"Brilliant Star" Captain Williams

"Dispatch" Captain Pope

Arrived at Figuera from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bonetta", Captain Brixey.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Bartlett.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Charming Molly" Captain Amoy

"Samuel's Adventure" Captain White

Arrived at Newfoundland from Philadelphia, the vessel "Charming Betsey", Captain Fortune.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "King George", Captain Wallace.

Dec 29, 1758 edition

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Providence", Captain ?


1760

Jan 4, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Poole, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Kerley.

*****Arrived at Cork from Teignmouth, the vessel "Boston", Captain Pike.

*****Remained at the Downs for Poole, the vessel "Industrious Bee", Captain Davis.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Randall

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Parrott

"Friendship" Captain Seager

"Endeavour" Captain Coombes

The Sloop "William", Captain Cox, from Newfoundland for Poole, with Fish & Oil; taken, but lost going into Cherburg.

Jan 11, 1760 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Chance", Captain Pike.

The "Trinity", Captain Davie, from Newfoundland, is taken by a French Privateer, and carried into Bilboa.

Jan 15, 1760 edition

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Beckford", Captain Pitts.

Jan 22, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Cork from Teignmouth, the vessel "Boston", Captain Pike.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Green.

Jan 29, 1760 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Biddiford", Captain Brooks.

Arrived at Viana from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Jollife.

Feb 8, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Oporto, the vessel "Love", Captain Moore.

The "Charlotte", Captain Collins, of Bristol from Newfoundland, is taken in the Straights.

Feb 12, 1760 edition

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pike", Captain Cheeseman.

*****Arrived at Cadiz from Salem, the vessel "Mermaid", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Corunna from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Stone.

Feb 15, 1760 edition

The "Elizabeth", Captain Mugford, from Newfoundland for Bilbao, is carried into Bayonne.

Mar 18, 1760 edition

Arrived at Bilbao from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jolly Robin", Captain Noseworthy.

Mar 21, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Poole from Tenby, the vessel "Success", Captain Pelley. (Captain Pelley appears to have made this voyage for years.)

*****Sailed from Poole for Figuera, the vessel "Banker", Captain Farr. (Captain John Farr of Weymouth paid Poll Tax at Poole.)

Sailed from Poole for Ireland & Newfoundland, the vessel "Love", Captain Parrot.

*****Arrived at Cowes from Portsmouth, the tender "Love & Unity". (John Slade, of Poole, later owned a vessel named "Love & Unity")

The "Cupid", Captain Tremblett, from Newfoundland for the Leeward Islands, was lost in putting back to St. John's.

Mar 28, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Poole the vessels:

"Thomas & Elizabeth" Captain Russell from Bridport

"Sarah" Captain Andrews from London

"Nautilus" Captain Thain from Weymouth

Apr 4, 1760 edition

The "Bonetta, Captain Branscombe, from Newfoundland, came to anchor a little below the Town of New York the 12th of January, when the Ice coming down sunk the ship, but with difficulty she was afterwards weighed and got to shore, and the Cargo will be saved.

Apr 15, 1760 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Daw

"Rose-branch" Captain Street

"Fanny" Captain Newman

"London Trader" Captain Brockway

"Polly" Captain Frampton

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Waldron

"Dolphin" Captain Warren

"Providence" Captain Wise

"Endeavour" Captain Thompson

"Peggy & Molly" Captain Angle

"Biddiford" Captain Carder?

"Sally" Captain Green

"Joseph" Captain Olive

"George" Captain Durrell

"Industrious Bee" Captain Lundridge

"Martha & Betty" Captain Miller

"Friendship" Captain Seager

"Sally" Captain Frampton

"Patsey" Captain Glover

"Triton" Captain Barnes

"Elizabeth" Captain Cheeseman

"Greyhound" Captain Richards

"George & Mary" Captain Warren

"Elizabeth" Captain Hookey for Newfoundland & Ireland.

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessels:

"William & Thomas" Captain Hewlet

"Thomas & Elizabeth" Captain Russell

*****A French Privateer, who had taken the "Dolphin", Captain Hayward from Portsmouth for Poole, is since taken off Swanage, by two armed Cutters.

*(Consider the Hayward family of Poole and Fogo, Newfoundland.)

Apr 18, 1760 edition

The "Garland" and "Fortune", Men of War, sailed from Studland Bay, as Convoy to the Newfoundland ships, but the Garland is ordered to return after seeing them three hundred Leagues.

Apr 22, 1760 edition

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessels:

"John & Mary" Captain Daw

"Brilliant Star" Captain Williams

Sailed from Poole for Cadiz, the vessel "King William", Captain Pearce. (Captain William Pearce of Puddletown, Dorset?) . . 3

"George" Captain Daw

"Rose-branch" Captain Street

The "Henry & Mary", Captain ? from Waterford for Newfoundland, is put into Dublin River.

Apr 25, 1760 edition

Arrived at Plymouth from Poole, the vessels:

"Garland" Man of War

"Fortune" Man of War

*with the Trade under Convoy for Newfoundland.

Apr 29, 1760 edition

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland, the Man of War vessels, "Garland", and "Fortune", with the Trade.

May 2, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Cork from Waterford, the vessel "Love", Captain Parrott.

May 6, 1760 edition

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Charming Molly" Captain Bartlett

"Love" Captain Parrott

May 13, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Teignmouth, the vessel "Beckford", Captain Pitts.

May 16, 1760 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Munns.

*****Came in to Cowes for Dublin, the vessel "Lark", Captain Butler.

May 27, 1760 edition

Came into Plymouth for Newfoundland, the "Antelope", Man of War, with the Trade.

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "John & Anne", Captain Slade.

Came into Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Andreas", Captain Fortune.

May 30, 1760 edition

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Antelope", Man of War, with the Trade.

*****Sailed from Poole for Topsham, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Goodridge.

*****Arrived at Southampton from Poole, the vessel "Mayflower", Captain Crew.

Jun 3, 1760 edition

*****Sailed from Cork for Madeira, the vessel "Experiment", Captain Coughlan.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Teignmouth, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

Jun 10, 1760 edition

The "Four Sisters", Waterford to Newfoundland, Captain Dowing, was taken and ransomed for 500 Guineas.

The "Algerine", Bideford to Newfoundland, Captain Baker, was taken and ransomed for 500 Guineas.

Jun 13, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Lisbon, the vessel "William's Adventure", Captain Clark.

Jun 17, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Oporto from Portsmouth, the vessel "Hope", Captain Lear.

Jun 27, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Cork from Greenock, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Lang.

Jul 4, 1760 edition

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Susannah", Captain Pottle.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Clifton" Captain Young

"Providence" Captain Crew

Jul 25, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at the Downs from Montserrat, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Partridge.

Jul 29, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Montserrat, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Partridge.

Aug 8, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Rotterdam from Carolina, the vessel "Happy", Captain Vibert. Last from Cowes.

Aug 15, 1760 edition

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Susannah" Captain Windsor

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Moore

Sep 2, 1760 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Pike" Captain Cheeseman from Cadiz

"John & Betsy" Captain Hewlitt from Lisbon

"Sally" Captain Green from Poole

"Neptune" Captain Kavanagh from Appledore

Oct 10, 1760 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessel "Four Sisters", Captain Dawning from Waterford.

Nov 4, 1760 edition

Arrived at Poole from Guernsey, the vessel "Polly", Captain Taylor.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Barbados, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Calvert. (Out of Virginia; down line of George Calvert.)

Nov 14, 1760 edition

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Experiment" Captain Coughlan

"Constantia" Captain Forsyth . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Dec 9, 1760 edition

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Anne", Captain Godfrey.

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Reader

"Elizabeth" Captain Walrond/Waldron

"Sally" Captain Bully

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Whiteborn/Whitburn..

Dec 12, 1760 edition

*****Arrived at Poole, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Hookey from Newfoundland

"Patsey" Captain Glover from Newfoundland

"Banker" Captain Farr from Figuera

"Hawke" Captain Taylor from Guernsey

"Triton" Captain Lamb from Alicante

"Thomas & Elizabeth" Captain Russell from Lyme

Dec 19, 1760 edition

The "Experiment", Captain Coghlan, from Newfoundland for Malaga, is put into Gibraltar.

Dec 23, 1760 edition

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Squarry.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Pike" Captain Cheeseman.

"George Gally" Captain Daw

Dec 30, 1760 edition

*****Remained at the Downs for Plymouth, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain Goodwin

"Triton" Captain Barnes (Captain Richard Barnes, Poole – Fogo/Twillingate, for John Slade.)

"Charming Molly" Captain Kerley . . . . . . . . . . . 9


Endnotes:

  1. Peculiar Court of Great Canford & Poole, Admon of Jan 5, 1744.
    Ann Mullens, now wife of Richard Mullens; Adminstrator for William Thacker, deceased, the previous husband of Ann. (Conception Bay, CB; folk.)
    Richard Mullens of Sturminster Newton Castle, Newfoundland Planter; Thomas Gleed of Poole, Mariner; & James Webb of Southampton, Newfoundland Planter bound... Jacques Vibert signed the Admon.

    William Thacker of Poole, Dorset.

    Jacques is the French forename equivalent of the English version James.

    James Vibert (?of Western Bay, CB?), signed the Admon as above.
    ?Could James Vibert of Western Bay, CB, Newfoundland, be the same as James Webb(er) of Southampton, England?

    ?James Webber, the English version of Jacques Vibert? (Consider corruption of surname spelling in style of Vibert/Wiber/Webber.)

    PCC Will of James Vibert, Newfoundland Boat-Keeper of Saint Mary, Jersey. 06 February 1762.

    The Jersey Vibert family had a long history of ship captains, Jersey to Newfoundland.

    "Jacques Remon and Marguerite Gibaut were Godparents to William Snow, a son of William Snow and Rachael Gibaut; bap Nov 4, 1663, St. Lawrence, Jersey, Channel Islands." From Snow to Snow. By James G. Snow. New York. 1984.

    John Snow at Kelly’s Island, CB, 1708.

  1. Some Lloyd’s List “Racehorse” record entries.
    April 10, 1744 edition Came into Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Race-horse", Captain Lang.
    Dec 14, 1744 edition Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race-horse", Captain Lang.
    Dec 5, 1749 edition Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race-horse", Captain Lang.
    Aug 4, 1752 edition Arrived at Boston from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Butler.
    Nov 7, 1752 edition Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Mudge.
    Nov 21, 1752 edition Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Mudge.
    Feb 27, 1753 edition Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Mudge.
    Nov 9, 1753 edition Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Mudge.
    Sep 9, 1755 edition Sailed from St. Christopher’s for Cork, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Mercer.
    Dec 2, 1755 edition Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.
    Aug 4, 1758 edition Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.
    Dec 15, 1758 edition Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.
    Jun 3, 1760 edition Arrived at Lisbon from Teignmouth, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

    Goss
    February 1814; Source: Exeter Shipping Register; Notes: James Goss, a merchant of West Teignmouth, Devon, England, along with John W. Goss and John Butler, owns a 112 ton brig named Racehorse.

    James Gosse wed Mary Pidsley 1823, West Teignmouth. Gosse Bully marriage, 1815 at West Teignmouth.

    The French Corvette "Diligente" captured the "Racehorse" in 1813 from Newfoundland for Teignmouth. The "Racehorse" retaken by the "Derwent".

  1. Nov 14, 1752 entry. "Thomas & Elizabeth", Captain Rowles. (Thomas Rowles wed Elizabeth Knight, 1741, St. James Church, Poole, Dorset.)
    Nov 11, 1755 entry indicates surname Rolles.
    Mar 28, 1760 entry indicates: arrived at Poole the vessel: "Thomas & Elizabeth", Captain Russell from Bridport.
    Apr 15, 1760 entry indicates Captain Russell.
    Was Elizabeth Knight Rowles a member of the same dissenting Knight family of Poole, Dorset; Carbonear, CB; and Moreton's Harbour, N. D. Bay, Newfoundland? (Is this Knight family kin of the St. John's Knight family?)

    1771 Bill of Sale at Carbonear, Samuel Pike to Joseph Knight.

    1772 Burnt Head, Carbonear Plantation from Henry Abbott to Joseph Knight.

    1782 Joseph Knight of Poole, voyaged Poole - Carbonear, on the 100 Ton "Commerce"

    1784 Wife Elizabeth Knight in charge of Joseph's business affairs?

    1786 Son Henry Knight, in Charge of the family business?

    1794 Thomas Knight, a Slade seaman at Fogo, 1794. Relative of Isabella Knight Freake of Poole, Dorset.

    1843 Henry Knight of CB, to Mark, Henry and Ambrose Forward.
    (*Forwards descended from Sturminster Newton, Dorset. Families Knight, Forward & Taylor, migrated from CB, to Moreton's Harbour.)

    1850 Abram Thomas, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Knight, baptized at Moreton's Harbour, N.D. Bay, Newfoundland.

    Elizabeth Pearce, born 1784, Poole, Dorset, wed Mr. Knight, and later Mr. George Kemp. Kemp family commenced business in Newfoundland at Brigus and Carbonear.

    1785, John Knight residing at Hungry Hill, Poole. His "children" include:
    - natural son Thomas, mariner & bachelor?, who died in Newfoundland.
    - Henry died a bachelor at Poole, Blockmaker.
    - daughter-in-law Isabella, ?former wife of natural son Thomas?; but now the wife of Thomas Freke.

    *Henry Knight, bachelor of Poole, Blockmaker, had a younger? cousin, Henry Knight, a later? period Blockmaker.

    Families Robertson and Fricker were relatives by marriage to family Knight in earlier 1700s Poole.

    Per Isaac Lester's diary at Poole.
    Nov 30, 1775. John Slade’s brig, Captain Reeks is arrived today from Fogo. Joseph Freake came home in Mr. Slade’s brig. (Thomas Knight of Fogo, 1794.)

    Aug. 24, 1847 "Henry Knight, Vol D Folio 285, Grant 488, Area 7A 2R 9F,
    North of O'Brien's? Pond St. John's West, Vol. 2A F535 Aug.24/47" Index,
    Grantor, Crown Lands, LDS film 1753518

    Sept. 16, 1850 "Thomas Knight, Grant 871, Area 17A 2R 7F, Hall's Bay, Vol. 1
    F86 Sept. 16/50" Index, Grantor, Crown Lands, LDS film 1753518

    April 9, 1863 "Thomas Knight, Grant 1765, Area 2A 1R 0F, Halls Bay, Vol.8
    F103, April 9/63" Index, Grantor, Crown Lands, LDS film 1753518

    Dec. 29, 1863 "William (and?) Ebenezer Knight, Grant 2782, Area 26A 0R 13F,
    Pouch Cove, Vol15 F20, Dec. 29/63, Re-registered 18/8/68" Index, Grantor,
    Crown Lands, LDS film 1753518

    Dec. 2, 1869 "William Knight, Hall's Bay, Grant 3020, 42A 1R 32 F, Vol 16
    F32, Dec. 2/69 Re-reg. Vol. 52 F172" Index, Grantor, Crown Lands, LDS film
    1753518

    Oct. 18, 1883 "Henry Knight Jr., Grant 4764, Area 2A 3R 8F, Jackson's Cove
    Notre Dame Bay, V28 F127 Oct. 18/83" Index, Grantor, Crown Lands, LDS film
    1753518

    July 7, 1884 "Samuel Knight, Grant 4884, Area 20A, Little Bay Islands, Vol
    30 F154, July 7/84" Index, Grantor, Crown Lands, LDS film 1753518

    Apr 2, 1840. Admon for Joseph Rideout in the Peculiar Court of Great Canford & Poole.
    - of Rogues Hr, Green Bay, NF. (deceased ?Apr 29, 1839?)
    - Attorney, Thomas Knight of St. Johns, NF
    - Will made at St. John’s, witnessed by James White and John Nobel (Noble)
    - Sons: Joseph, Giles & Gilbert Rideout
    - Will Probated at Poole, England.

    *In 1843, Thomas Knight received for the children the estate and effects of Joseph Rideout of Rogues Harbour.

    April 26, 1844. Per PROB 11/1997/210 PCC Will of Joseph Ridout, Planter of Rogues Harbour, Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland.

  1. Nov 21, 1752 edition entry. This, the initial post 1750, specific mention of Twillingate/Fogo, as noted in Lloyd’s Lists.

    John Carter & Co. of Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset?

    1708 Old Perlican
    William Green
    Henry Corbin
    Richard Burt Sen.
    John Corbin
    Richard Burt Jun.
    William Legg
    John Carter Sen.
    John Barrat
    James Purkins
    John Carter Jun.

    John Carter, Senior, Poole, Dorset, merchant, buried May 5, 1711, in his 1707 Will mentions a "Brother", John Carter. (An apparent younger? brother.)

    John Carter "the apparent younger? brother", died 1733, buried Oct 4, 1733 St. James, Poole, Dorset: "Planter" (in Newfoundland, it readily appears).

    John Carter, buried Oct 4, 1733; had married Nov 17, 1668, St. James, Poole, to Mary Clarke.
    Their son John Carter, bap Nov 27, 1682, St. James, Poole, buried Feb 1, 1711, St. James, Poole, Dorset, "Planter" (in Newfoundland, it readily appears).

    Prematurely deceased, not uncommon in the early Newfoundland Fishery for a plurality of reasons.

    John Carter of Poole, Mariner, 1747. ( Per A2A. )

    Surname Green at Fogo, 1836.

    Surname Skinner at Fogo, 1836. Close to family Rousell.

    John Carter in his 1707 Will names trustee William Skinner of Poole, Baker.

    James Hayward wed Sarah Strong, (dau of Thomas Strong and Elizabeth Carter), in June 1793, at Poole, Dorset.

    Consider the merchant Hayward family of Poole and Fogo (i.e., Jonas Hayward).

    The April 18, 1755 entry may refer to Captain Robert Cox, of Cox & Co. Out of Cowes, Isle of Wight, for Fogo.

  1. Christchurch, Hampshire - Newfoundland entries. As extracted from the Christchurch Parish registers: (Christchurch, Hampshire; to Trinity Bay.)

    Baptisms
    Jan 13, 1764 Thomas, son of Joseph Sharpe from Newfoundland, of England. Old when baptized.
    Jan 13, 1764 Thomas, son of John Davis from Newfoundland, of England. Old when baptized.

    Burials
    Mar 6, 1763 Richard, son of Richard WATERMAN from Newfoundland
    Jul 11, 1807 Richard WATERMAN from Newfoundland, aged 78 years
    Feb 1, 1811 John Bemister from Newfoundland, aged 74 years. (*Bemister not necessarily pertinent to Trinity Bay.)

    Marriage
    Jan 14, 1711 Thomas Degreshe wed Charity Verge (aka Degrouchy_Degris)
    Jan 2, 1750 Thomas DEGRESH wed Elizabeth Newsam
    *At St. Paul's Anglican, Trinity Bay, Nov 10, 1764. Thomas Gestican wed Elizabeth Guby. (Elizabeth Newsam/Degrish Guby.)

  1. *Captains Frampton of Poole, Dorset, captained to St. Mary’s Bay, Bonavista Bay, and Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland.

    *Poole, Dorset Admon of Nov 14, 1840. George Frampton, late of Greenspond, Merchant; but now of Poole. )

  1. *Samuel Giles wed Catherine Tucker Jan 22, 1730, at Saint Mary Arches, Exeter. Children bap at West Teignmouth.

    *Exeter (the sailing Port of Topsham), and Teignmouth

    (Tucker, Giles, Butler, Pitts, Squarry, Lang, Goss… )

  1. Captain Robert Forsyth out of Bristol, at Fogo.
    Oct 5, 1782 Appointing Robert Forsyth and Moses Cheater as J.P.s for Fogo.

  1. *The Royal Gazette & Newfoundland Advertiser 1810-1814 - (July 7 (July 12) 1810)
    *KIRLEY: Claimants against the estate of James KIRLEY of Christ Church, County of Hampshire, late of Fogo Island, Fisherman, deceased, apply to James TRUGARD, Administrator. Tilton Harbor, 7 July. (12 July).

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