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.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

April 25, 1755 - Kelly, Mulloy, Bucker, Croskshanks, Vallance, Trenchard, Twentyman, Boynton, Dixon, Jones, Watson, Robertson, Hill, Sanderson, Purden, Necks, Boyes, Thompson, Geary, Whiterong

Entered Inwards in York River.

March 27. Everton, Thomas Kelly, from Liverpool, with sundry European Goods.
March 28. Gildart, John Mulloy, from Liverpool, with ditto.
March 29. Jacob, John Bucker, from Rhode-Island, with 2 Hhds. of Rum & 2 Barrels of Sugar.
March 29. Osgood, Andrew Crockshanks, from Patowmack River, in Ballast.
March 31. John, George Vallance, from New York, 45 Hhds. Rum, 50 Barrels of Cyder & Vinegar, & 14 Barrels of Sugar.
March 31. Patriot, John Trenchard, from Bristol, with sundry European Goods.
April 1. Monmouth, Henry Twentyman, from Liverpool, with ditto.
April 5. Concord, Thomas Boynton, from Patowmack River, in Ballast.
April 5. Caesar, Thomas Dixon, from St. Christophers, with 67 Hhds. Rum, 40 Barrels Sugar, & 6 Hhds. Molasses.
April 9. Olive, John Jones, from New York, with 26 Hhds. & 6 Barrels of Rum.
April 9. Elizabeth, Andrew Watson, from London, with sundry European Goods.
April 14. York-Packet, Robert Robertson, from Rhode-Island, with 5 Hhds. Rum & 1 Barrel of Molasses.
April 15. New Hatley, George Hill, from London, with sundry European Goods.
April 16. Success, Robert Sanderson, from James River, with ditto.
April 18. Nelson, Edward Purden, from London, with ditto.
April 18. Sally, Robert Necks, from Barbados, with 6 Pipes, 5 Hhds. and a Quarter Casks of Madeira Wine, 26 Hhds. Rum, 38 Barrels of Sugar, and 2 Casks of Molasses.

Cleared Outwards.

Mar. 28. Ranger, Michael Boyes, for Barbados, with 3300 Bushels of Indian Corn, & 23,000 Shingles.
Mar. 31. Fanny, John Thompson, for ----, with 60 Barrels Bread, 70 ditto Flour, 25,000 Shingles, 16 Barrels Virginia Ale, 17 ditto Tar, & 10 ditto Turpentine.
April 1. William, George Geary, for Jamaica, with 2500 Bushels Indian Corn, 50 Barrels Beef, & 6 Casks of Butter.
April 10. Laetitia, William Whiterong, for Madeira, with 2170 Bushels of Corn, 796 ditto Wheat, 2000 Barrel Staves, & 2 Casks of Bees Wax.