Sorry, no ideas about Marshalsea.
--- In ScottishWarPrisoners@yahoogroups.com
, "Leila Boyer"
> Thanks so much, Dave, you deserve a medal. I am familiar with the
> of Va. State Papers entry, and some related data noted there that
> the fact that some prisoners (who evidently were not included in
> who paid Trafford to let them off the ship in Cork! So much for a
> in the colonies. Do you have any suggestions for sources that might
> on the records from Marshalsea? (I think its the prison Dickens
> in Little Dorrit.) I've done a good bit of research on the 1715 in
> Edinburgh, but haven't tackled British records (presumably at
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dave Fisher" <stonehorse148@y...>
> To: <ScottishWarPrisoners@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 9:15 PM
> Subject: [ScottishWarPrisoners] Re: 1715 Rebellion
> > Leila,
> > First, a quick Google search indicated that Marshalsea Prison was
> > London, Borough High Street, Southwark SE1.
> > In the previously noted directory of Scots banished to America,
> > are many persons noted as captured at Preston in the Rebellion of
> > 1715. For the most part, all the directory entries read as
> > "NAME
> > Jacobite captured at Preston.
> > Transported to Virginia or Jamaica on the ELIZABETH
> > AND ANNE, master Edward Trafford, from Liverpool
> > 29 June 1716. Landed in Virginia."
> > A few entries (same voyage) include "York" Virginia. Some entries
> > indicate that the person was indentured, while a couple have other
> > amplifying information.
> > The list of men on the ELIZABETH AND ANNE is as follows:
> > Abercromby, John; Abbot, Frederick; Anderson, Robert; Arnott,
> > Ayston, James; Beatty, Francis; Blackwood, James; Brown, John;
> > Bruce, Alexander; Bruce, Robert; Burne, John; Cane, Hugh; Carr,
> > Alexander; Carus, Christopher; Chisholm, Adam; Clark, Duncan;
> > Copeland, Robert; Craster, William; Donaldson, John; Donaldson,
> > Thomas; Donaldson, William; Dunbar, John; Duncan, Robert; Dunn,
> > William; Ferguson, Alexander; Ferguson, Donald; Ferguson, James;
> > Ferguson, Lawrence; Ferguson, Patrick; Finlay, William; Finney,
> > Robert; Foster, Thomas; Glendenning, John; Graham, Fergus; Grant,
> > Robert; Harris, John; Henderson, Charles; Holland, Thomas; Home,
> > Francis; Hunter, John; Johnston, James; Johnston, John; Johnston,
> > Robert; Kennedy, John; Kerr, John; Kerr, Robert; Kidd, Alexander;
> > Lindsay, James; Lyon, William; McBean, John; McCullon, John;
> > McGiliveray, Daniel; McGillivray, William; McGruther, William;
> > McIntosh, James; McIntosh, James; McIntosh, John; McIntosh, John;
> > McIntosh, Thomas; McKenney, Alexander; McLoughlan, Archibald;
> > McNaughton, Malcom; McPhail, Duncan; McPherson, Owen; McQuin,
> > or Daniel; Malcom, James; MarJorybanks, George; Martin, William;
> > Maxwell, William; Menzies, Archibald; Menzies, Robert; Mitchey,
> > Mitchell, David; Mondell, John; Murray, James; Nisbet, James;
> > William; Ogilvy, John; Patterson, James; Pattullo, James or John;
> > Peter, James; Petter, John; Porteous, John; Prophet, Sylvester;
> > James; Reid of Mid Clova, Robert; Robinson, James; Robinson, John;
> > Robinson, Robert; Rutherford, George; Rutherford, John;
> > John; Shaw, Donald; Shaw, John; Smith, Charles; Smith, Robert;
> > Stewart, Alexander; Stewart, Alexander; Stewart, Donald; Stewart,
> > James; Stewart, John; Stewart, John; Stewart, John; Stewart, John;
> > Stewart, Malcom; Stewart, Patrick; Stewart, Robert; Stewart,
> > Stroak (Sturrock?), James; Stuart, Robert; Tankard, Walter;
> > Daniel; Turner, William; Urquhart, James; Watson, James; Watson,
> > James; Watt, Alexander; White, Alexander; White, John; Wright,
> > The above information was compiled from the Calendar of Treasury
> > Books, State Papers (Colonial), and Calendar of Virginia State
> > In regard to spelling, David Dobson (or perhaps the records) did
> > distinguish between "MacXXX" and "McXXX"; they are all spelled as
> > later.
> > Dave Fisher
> > --- In ScottishWarPrisoners@yahoogroups.com, "Leila Boyer"
> > <boyerlo@g...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello,
> > > I may have posed this question several years ago, but
> > it's worth another try in case there are new members with new
> > information.
> > > Does anyone have info about prisoners after the 1715
> > who were sent to Marshalsea Prison and then sent to Virginia? Some
> > were indentured and others were not. I am particularly interested
> > about those who shipped out on the Elizabeth and Ann and landed in
> > Yorktown in January of 1716. Also, does anyone know where the
> > Marshalsea Prison records are kept or if any have survived?
> > > Thanks!
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > >
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