NEGROES

Jockey, Negro, “with. fower indians al drowned in ye herbour. indeavoring to board a Sloop out of a fish boat," July 18, 1715.

–––––, black, a stranger," Apr. 23, 1775. 

–––––, negro, "perished with cold on vessel from West Indies," Dec. 14, 1775. 

–––––, "a black man with Davis Whippy a whaling," Dec. ––, 1805. 

Roxanna, "a black woman," ––: 11m: 1806. 

Dicky, Negro. ––: 9m: 1807. 

–––––, "a black lad," "Lost on board Leander from here for Surinam," ––: 1m: 1808.  [This entry crossed out.]

Hannah ("Little Hannah"), "Indian woman," ––: 8m: 1810. 

–––––, "a Coloured Man that was with David Paddack, in the Ship Mary, ” suddenly, Apr. 20, 1835, a. 30 y. 4 m., in "'New Guiney or Newtown." 

–––––, "A Sandwich Island Canacker," Oct. 24, 1836, a. 21 y. 6 m., in New Guiney, in Newtown. 

–––––, "A Negro Man, late the Steward of the Ship Ohio, of Nantucket, Charles West Coffin Master," suddenly, Jan. 23, 1837, a. 36 y. 11 m., in New Guiney 

–––––, "A Sandwich Island Indian," of Canacker, "came here in one of our Whaling Ships from Round Cape Horn," found dead Feb. 27, 1837, a. 35 y. 6 m. 

–––––, "a Coloured Child from New Guiney," fever, Nov. 30, 1838, a. 3. 

–––––, “A Spanish Negro... from the Schooner Princess," June 5, 1839, a. 33 y. 3 m., at the asylum. 

–––––, "Colored woman," July 11, 1841.

–––––, "Colored woman," Dec. 16, 1841.

Canaca, b. S. Sea Islands, lung fever, June 12, 1844, a. 25.


UNIDENTIFIED

–––––, –––––, "Stranger at Sarah Hussey," 17: 9m: 1765. 

–––––, –––––, "mate on vessel from West Indies, knocked overboard and drowned," Dec. 14, 1775. 

–––––, –––––, father of Molly and Debby, consumption, May 10, 1779. 

–––––, –––––, "Richard Folger grandmother's brother," Sept. 16, 1782. 

–––––, Bernice, Feb. 3, 1786. 

–––––, –––––, "a boy perished at sea," Jan. ––, 1791. 

–––––, –––––, Apprentice to Peter Gardner," 15: 5m: 1800. 

–––––, –––––, "An apprentice of Jared Gardner," "on Board Brig Leo. Jared Gardner ––– ––, 1805, in the West Indies. 

–––––, –––––, "A young man from Georgia came here with Laban Swain on Acct. of his health," ––: 7m: 1806. 

–––––, –––––, "A young man belonging to Rd. Island" ––: 12m: 1807. 

–––––, Mordecai, ––: 5m: 1809, in the poor house. 

–––––, –––––, "A stranger in same vessel with Stephen Luce from N. york," yellow fever, ––: 7m: 1809. 

–––––, –––––, "A native of China called I.E.," suicide, ––: 10m: 1809. 

–––––, Tobias, "lost overboard from Sloop Orange Geo. Whippy master," ––: 2m: 1810. 

–––––, Nelly ("Poor Nelly"), ––: 4m: 1810, in the poor house. 

–––––, –––––, "a Spaniard," Mar. 14, 1817. 

–––––, –––––, "An Irish Woman. came here lately from New York her husband Died in New York," Feb. 16, 1837, a. abt. 30. 

–––––, –––––, laborer, Aug. 13, 1845, a. 50.


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