Hi Judy, ... Here is another one, I m currently doing 1854 Crew Agreements. Columbia of Peterhead, 308 tons, whaling Greenland Seas Peter Leslie, 45, bornMar 1, 2000 1 of 1View SourceHi Judy,
Judy Hand wrote:
I was quite excited to get the name of a whaler Peter had been on - itHere is another one, I'm currently doing 1854 Crew Agreements.
made it seem real.
Columbia of Peterhead, 308 tons, whaling Greenland Seas
Peter Leslie, 45, born Peterhead, previous ship: Brilliant of Peterhead, date & place join: 24/2/1854 Peterhead, occ: Spectioneer, date & place leave: 31/8/1854 Peterhead, discharged.
As far as the 1801 Census is concerned, just any Leslie would be great.Address, No.House, Name of Principal Tenant, Col.4, Col.6, Col.7, Col.8, Col.10, Col.11, Col.12
I don't think there would have been many Leslie 'households' in 1801,
but it would help me determine the family groups.
Well Street, 425, Leslie John, 1, 4, 4, 8, 4, 4, 8
Kirktown, 549, Leslie Robert, 2, 4, 5, 9, 3, 6, 9
Col.4: the number of families; Col.6: Number of Males; Col.7: Number of Females; Col.8: Sum of both; Col.9: Number of persons chiefly employed in Agriculture; Col.10: Number of persons chiefly employed in Trade, Manufacture, or Handicraft; Col.11: Number of all other persons not belonging to the two preceding Classes; Col.12: Sum of all the three.