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The National Archives will conduct a search of the customs passenger lists if an inquirer can supply: (a) name of the passenger, (b) port of entry, (c) name of the ship, and approximate date of arrival or port of embarkation and exact date of arrival. One of the fleet was named as the - 23 - Flag ship, and her commander was appointed Admiral with a certain authority over the Masters of the other ships, subject of course to the orders of the Commander of the Men of War who conveyed the fleet off the coast or at times all the way to England. At first glance the volumes of military records perhaps appear to lack the emotional appeal and human interest of other genealogical resources Yet the names, numbers, and dates of Revolutionary soldiers begin to take on significant substance when viewed in the context of America's develop- ment at that time.

Entries in military records range from a simple listing of a soldier's first and last names to such information as the dates and places of his birth and death, his wife's and children's names, the date of his enlistment or commission, his rank and promotions, the unit in which he served, and in some cases, his pension award. To qualify _ PATRIOTS AND VETERANS/53 for a pension a soldier had to show proof of military service. House Dictionary of the English Language At one time or another everyone has been curious to know how many princes or presidents there are hidden in his or her family past, Such curiosity, logically pursued, leads inevitably to the definition quoted above, at which point, understandably, one's interest begins to wane.

The instructions in the law were to ascertain the number of inhabitants of each county or district in the thirteen states that existed at the time; to indicate the sex and color of these persons; and to enumerate the free males sixteen years of age and over. In fact, many people came because they were forced to - vagrants, paupers, thieves, even prisoners of war were deported to America, where they would be out of the way of decent folk and could do no harm except to each other. Francis Coleman (born 16 August 1744, died 13 August 1823): soldier in a Georgia unit; married to Margaret _68/COLEMAN FAMILY George Coleman (birth date unknown, died December 183 1): private in a New York unit; married to Deborah Brown. In 1673 she had made the passage home in very good time, and with the rest of the London Fleet had gone into Plymouth harbour - on the 18th September, all thinking, no doubt, that they would soon land their tobacco in London.

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    That it be recommended to the assemblies or legislative bodies of the several states, to cause payment to be made of all such half pay or other allowances as shall be adjudged due to the persons aforementioned, on account of the United States. They were broad in the bow, the forecastle and the poop were raised high above the main deck, the mainmast was placed in the middle of the ship, the foremast as near the bow as possible and the mizzen where the builder thought fit. Naval apprentice records, the last division under service records of the United States Navy, are dated chiefly 1837 to 1839, and are based on an act of 2 March 1837 that permitted boys from age thirteen to eighteen to enlist and serve until they were twenty-one.

    Congress resolved: That a million of acres of land to be bounded east by the 7th range of townships, south by the land contracted for by the Cutler and Sargent and to extend north as far as the ranges of the townships and westward so far as to include the above quantity, also a tract to be bounded as follows beginning at the mouth of the river Ohio thence up the Mississippi to the river AuVasse, thence up the same unit until it meets a west line from the mouth of the little Wabash thence easterly with the said West line to the Great Wabash, thence down the same to the Ohio and thence with the Ohio to the place of beginning, be reserved and set aside for the purpose of satisfying the military bounties due to the late Army and that no locations other than for the said bounties be permitted within the said tract until they shall be fully satisfied. However, the National Archives (see last chapter for further information on the collections in the National Archives) has in its possession passenger arrival lists which record the names of those who arrived from abroad at ports on the Atlantic or the Gulf of Mexico and a few inland ports. Although diligent investigation is needed to produce a complete lineage, reveal in detail one's ancestry, and turn up a progenitor, the one step required to set this process in motion is quite simple: the identification of one's family group and the arrangement of individuals in the family by their last name, their surname.

    Although a large fleet of fifty or sixty vessels might leave England, they soon became more or less scattered, although there were some vessels always in sight of each other, frequently in and calm weather there were visits between the officers and passengers of the different vessels, who dined or spent whole days, of which custom the following extract from the log-book of the Johanna gives an example: "Mr. When a passenger started from London, he could not say within many weeks, how long he was to be on board the ship which was to take him to Maryland or Virginia, for, of the eleven voyages of which we have the records, they were from forty-seven days to one hundred and thirty-eight days from London to the Capes, and from thirty-two to one hundred and thirteen on their way home. The vessels which were in use in the seventeenth century were small, when judged by the ideas of sea-going ships of the present day, for there were few over two hundred tons, as an inspection of the few returns (which are extant) of the naval officers of the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers will show. When the Baltimore got back the log-book says: "it was darke we run in behind the Island and ankored in 6 fad the wind abt S S E and blowed hard and rained we struck our topmasts and yards and rod about 2 hours fast but the wind blowing harder and harder we let go the sheet ankor and in vering away upon the best bower started the best vower ankor and nether that not the sheet ankor wold take hold againe but we drove ashore upon the rockes about 3 ships lengths to the westward of milebay and being a high water and falling we presently sued and struck fast and bilged upon the rocks the next tide the water ranne over part of the gun deck: we saved about 60 hhds dry and all the ships materialls as guns cables ankors and rigging and sayies: and could not save the shipp although it wass indevoured by the plymouth men: but she stove all to peeses.


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