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The 'Union' Passenger List

 

Return of the Famelies, &c., Embark'd on board the Union Transport, Consett Wilson, Master,
began Huntington Bay April 11th, & Compleated April 16th, 1783.

 

Signers names No. of Signers Women Children above 10 years old Children under 10 years old Servants Former Place of Abode Occupation
               
Fyler Dibblee 1 1 3 1 2 Stanford Connecticut Attorney at Law
Walter Dibblee 1         do Farmer
William Dibblee 1         do Farmer
John Lyon 1 1 4 1   Reading, Connecticut Farmer
John Lyon, Junr. 1         do Farmer
Reuben Lyon 1         do Farmer
David Picket 1 1 3 4   Stanford, Connecticut Farmer
Joseph Caswell 1 1 2 2   Massachusetts Blacksmith
Ephraim Deforest 1 1 2 1   Reading, Connectic't Shoemaker
Ebenezer Slocum 1 1 2 2   Rhodeisland Farmer
William Boon 1 1 4 2   do Farmer
Seth Squires 1 1 3 3   Stratford, Connecticut Farmer
Seth Squires, Junr. 1         do Farmer
John Baker 1         Massachusetts Seaman
Abra'm Carrington 1 1       Milford, Connecticut Farmer
William Straight 1         Killingsworth, Connectic't Refiner of Iron
Seth Seely 1 1 4 3   Stanford, Connecticut Farmer
Seth Seely, Junr. 1         do Farmer
John Hendrickson 1 1       Duches County Farmer
Israel Hait 1 1 4 2   Norwalk, Connect Shoemaker
Wd. Mary Raymond 1 0       do  
Nathan Shippy 1         Duches County Carpenter
Martin Trecarty 1 1       do Carpenter
Silas Raymond 1 1 3 1   Norwalk, Connect Carpenter
Jaremiah Holcomb 1 1   2   Hackingsack, Jersey Farmer
George Happie 1 1   1   Duches County Shoemaker
Joseph Rothburn 1         Rhodeisland Farmer
James Picket 1 1 1 1   Norwalk, Connectic't Carpenter
Lewis Picket 1         do Carpenter
John Underwood 1 1       Newport, Rhodeisland Farmer
Wd. Ruth Nichols 1 0 1 1   do  
Johannes Chick 1 1 1 1   Eaton's Neck, Long Island Farmer
John Chick 1         Eaton's Neck, Long Island Farmer
Walter Bates 1         Stanford, Connectic't Farmer
John Gorden 1 1       Danbury, Connecticut Farmer
Joseph Lyon 1 1   1   Reading, Connecticut Farmer
Simon Losee 1 1 4 2   Long Island Shoemaker
Thomas Carle 1 1 4 2   Duches County Farmer
Jacob Maybee 1 1 2     do Farmer
Will'm Maybee 1         do Farmer
Wd. Hester Burlock 1 0 1 1   Norwalk, Connectic't  
Stephen Fountain 1 1       Stanford, Connecticut Blacksmith
Thomas Burdin 1 1 3 1   Massachusetts Farmer
George Sweet 1 1   1   Rhodeisland Wheelwright
Thomas Wade 1   1     do Farmer
Abra'm Dickerman 1         Nw. Haven, Connectic't Shoemaker
Eleazor Slockum 1 1 1     Massachusetts Seaman
Samuel Boon 1         Rhodeisland Farmer
Massy Harris 1 0       do  
George Lumsden 1 1 1 3   Nw. Haven, Connectic't Shoemaker
Robert Comely 1         Pennsylvania Mason
John Fowler 1 1   2   Massachusetts Farmer
John Hand 1 1 1 1   East Nw. Jersey Carpenter
Elias Scribner 1 1 2 3   Norwalk, Connectic't Shoemaker
Hesekiah Scribner 1 1       do Farmer
Thaddeus Scribner 1         do Shoemaker
Joseph Ferris 1         Newtown, Connecticut Joiner
Gideon Coree 1         Rhodeisland Cooper
Solomon Tucker 1 1 1 3   Stanford, Connectic't Weaver
Daniel Smith 1         Nw. Milford, Connecticut Farmer
Andrew Jostlin 1         Rhodeisland Farmer
Abel Bardsley 1 1 1     Fairfield, Connect Farmer
Ephraim Lane 1         do Farmer
John Marvin 1         Norwalk, Connecticut Farmer
John Seaman 1         Duches County Farmer
               
  65 35 59 48 2    
 

65 Signers; 35 Women; 59 Children over 10 years old; 48 Children under 10 years old; 2 Servants

  Total, 209. A True Return
Test. FYLER DIBBLEE, D. Agent.


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