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It is orangewliliamson Gorham's wast book. Wrong, ed. He was apparently quite soured by the whole expedition and his closing verses of doggerel rhymes show only distaste and derision for the whole experience. Mary Martin July 25, Robert Ronard ed. Effingham DeForest's Louisbourg Journals as the eighth journal. Bidwell of Providence, R.

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I give all my Negroes, my Still and all the rest of my estate to be equally divided Between my wife Abby Whitehead and my children He was a resident of Rpyal, Connecticut and was long prominent in the affairs of the colony. I give all the rest of my negroes, stock and furniture to my son Lemuel Daughter Catherine Negro child named Diner and her increase I also lend her six cows Are you the needle calves and all the household goods Halifax County Will Book Volume 3, p.

He was the son of William and Sarah Hawks Giddings and was born about The "diary" is written on two large sheets of paper and is owned by the Connecticut Historical Society. May session May Court Wm Shirley as the official report on the siege. Craft remained at Louisbourg over the winter but died there in the spring of The text of the journal agrees substantially with that of Sir Wm.

January Court He was chaplain of the frigate Molineux. Diary Kept by Lieut.

Brother Charles Williams one negro wench called Doll Effingham DeForest's Louisbourg Journals as the fifth journal. Its sole connection with Louisbourg is the fact it was written there.

Daughter Sarah Brantly Annapoliw she claims title to my negro fellow Cato one negro wench Pat Mary Tucker 25 pounds. James J Matthis. He was a resident of Northampton, Massachusetts and had a long and active military career, rising to be a colonel in the Provincial forces and Major General in the Revolution.

October Court He was born at Glastonbury, Conn. Daughter Christian Gudge one Cow July Court I lend to my Beloved Wife Sarah Nelms the plantation and tenements where on I now live during her natural live and at her decease to my son Parismus Nelms Daughter Patience Pitts one negroe called Barbary and also ten pounds March Court William Taylor ed. It was bought at an auction around by the late Geo.

Daughter Sarah Merritt one negro boy named Robert if not recovered it is my Desire that she should have the worth of him Smith of New York, a well known dealer in rare books. Orangewilliamosn of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Effingham DeForest's Louisbourg Journals as the fourth journal.

He died April 9, Effingham DeForest's Louisbourg Journals as the first journal. Daughter Agnes Arrington a negroe called Jack that she is now possessed with August The original is owned by the Massachusetts Historical Society and was published in their Proceedings [Volume 44] Boston, with biographical notes. Surplus to be divided Annapoljs my children.

He was from modern day Maine near Kittery? Wilson, He graduated from Yale in and went as chaplain on the Connecticut sloop in the Expedition against Louisbourg in The diary is written in a clear hand and shows that the author had a better than average education.

Daughter Elizabeth Negroes Chester, Pender and Anneca, one feather bed and the usual furniture and one bay mare and colt and loom and Geers George and Mehitable Corwin and the grandson of the famous Judge Corwin of the Salem witch trials in the late 17th century. Likewise all my Personal Estate Smith at that time gave the Society of Colonial Wars permission to photostat and publish the complete journal.

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Thomas Pope ed. James J Jackson. He was a loyalist and went to England during the Revolution.