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to Charleston, 1768
Passengers who sailed from Great Britain to Charleston, SC in 1768 and who were granted land in Hillsborough Township. Charleston was not the original destination, they were headed for Nova Scotia. They arrived aboard a ship piloted by a Frenchman named Jean Louis du Mesnil de St. Pierre of Normandy. The record of St. Pierre's passengers petition for land under the Bounty Act of 1761 is found in Council Journal 34, page 101-103. Meeting of 9th March 1768.
|Sep 1996||Nicole Kilgore Pinson|
to Carolinas, 1774
Passengers on the following vessels: The packet boat Le De Spencer from Falmouth to Carolina, Feb. 1774; the Margaret and Mary from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774, the Union from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774; the Polly from Liverpool to South Carolina, March 1774; the Magna Charta from London to Carolina, April 1774; the Briton from London to Carolina, May 1774; the Friendship from London to North Carolina, May 1774; the Pallas from London to Carolina, May 1774; the Carolina from London to Carolina, May-August 1774; the Curling from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774; the Rockingham from Newcastle to Cape Fear, Oct. 1774; the Newmarket from London to Carolina, Oct 1774; the Lowther from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774; and passengers on the Mary and Hannah from London to Carolina, Nov. 1774
|Nov 1996||Su Chism|
Prison Ship, 1781
Description: Forbay Prison Ship, Charles Town Harbour, 18th May, 1781. Roll of the Militia Prisoners on board said Ship:These were doubtless prisoners mostly of the battle of Camden, Aug, 1780. Those of the two States (North and South Carolina) cannot be separated, but the list is of interest in itself.
|Dec 1996||Linda Smith|
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