Sara E. Lewis
From an index to the Virginia Gazette, produced in 1950 by Lester J. Cappon and Stella F. Duff of the Institute of Early American History and Culture (Omohundro Institute) with additional Gloucester (including Kingston Parish) material not noticed or selected by the indexers. Annual lists of world events put local listings in context. Please review primary source material before citing.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

March 25, 1737 - Taylor, Booth, Angus, Hamlin, Hathaway, Rumney, Atwood, Mallory, Nelms, Bradby

A List of Ships and other Vessels, Enter’d and Clear’d in York District, from March 4, to March 22; with an Account of their Lading.

Enter’d,
March 4. Ship Catherine, of London, William Taylor, Master, from London, with only Ballast.
March 9. Ship Hafwell, of London, John Booth, Master, from London, with sundry European Goods.
March 18. Sloop Southampton, of London, Rob. Angus, Master, from London, and Antigua, with sundry European Goods.
March 23. Sloop Betty, of Virginia, Thomas Hamlin, Master, from Jamaica.

Clear’d,
March 2. Sloop Medford, of New-England, James Hathaway, Master, for New-England, with 1000 Bushels of Corn, 100 Bushels of Pease, and 600 Foot of Walnut Plank.
March 3. Ship Hanover, of Bristol, Roger Rumney, Master, for Bristol, with 294 Hogsheads of Tobacco, 30 Tons of Iron, and 5280 Staves.
March 3. Schooner Swallow, of New-England, John Atwood, Master, for Boston, with 1500 Bushels of Corn, 100 Bushels of Pease, 20 Bushels of Wheat, and 60 Foot of Plank.
March 14. Sloop Francis, of Bermuda, William Mallory, Master, for Bermuda, with 2000 Bushels of Corn, and 30 Bushels of Pease.
March 18. Sloop Mary, of Bermuda, Samuel Nelms, Master, for Bermuda, with 3000 Bushels of Corn, 56 Bushels of Pease,
March 19. Ship Micajah and Philip, of London, James Bradby, Master, for London, with 734 Hogsheads of Tobacco, 7500 Staves, and a Parcel of Plank.