Compiled by 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 captured by the indexers. Annual lists of world events put local listings in context. Please review primary source material before citing.

Monday, July 26, 2010

June 13, 1751 - Dixon, Johnston, Saunders, Gawith, Twentyman, Calvert, Hill, Robinson, Ross, Mudie, Rogers, Smith, Trenchard, Thompson, Miller, Noel

Entries, in York River, from May 10 to June 10, 1751
May 17. Snow Amy, Thomas Dixon, from Barbados.
May 17. Sloop Stephen and John, Robert N____, from Barbados.
May 17. Snow Pretty Sally, M_____ Johnston, from Spain.
May 20. Ship Tryall, Abraham Saunders, from Africa, with 399 Slaves.
May 22. Ship Nassau, John Gawith, from Liverpool.
May 22. Snow Monmouth, Henry Twentyman, from Liverpool.
May 25. Ship Johanna, Cornelius Calvert, from James River, to load with Tobacco for Bristol.
May 31. Ship New Hatley, George Hill, from London.
May 31. Ship Baltimore, Robert Robinson, from London.
June 1. Snow Rachel and Dorothy, Charles Ross, from London, with white Servants of all ____/
June 3. Brigt. Abington, James Mudie, from Barbados, with Rum and Sugar.

Cleared Outwards.
May 14. Ship Prince Frederick, Thomas Rogers, for Rappahanock.
May 17. Ship Prince William, William Smith, for Glasgow.
May 29. Ship True Patriot, John Trenchard, for Bristol.
May 29. Schooner John and Eleanor, John Thompson, for Barbados.
June 3. Sloop John, Mason Miller, for Maryland.
June 3. Snow Pamunkey, Edward Noel, for Madeira.


Entred Inward, in the Port of Rappahanock.
May 30. Haw, of Whitehaven, Waters, from Whitehaven.
May 30. Sandwich, of London, Hazlewood, from Philadelphia.
June 3. Tayloe, of Virginia, Gaitshell, from Liverpool.
June 5. Brnyton, of Whitehaven, Harrison, from Whitehaven.
June 6. Ruby, of Aberdeen, Gordon, from Aberdeen.

Cleared Outward.
June 1. Radbourn, Ward, for Liverpool.
June 3. Clery, Micow, for Maryland.
June 4. Dunlop, Alexander, for James River.