- Hi Royce -- Still here, too. I think this is just very difficult research.
Welcome back, Jan!!! Sure was hoping that you'd have a more exciting tale
about Dunbar. Guess we're just going to have to search harder.
More later -- Judy
> From: "Highman" <Ettrick@...>
> Hi Royce,
> We're still out here, but haven't been active lately. My ancestor, Daniel
> Cone was taken at Dunbar and turned up in Connecticut. I have not found him
> on a ship's list. Do you have a list of who was on the Unity? I haven't
> seen this one before. We were in Scotland in September and went to Dunbar.
> I was disappointed though. There is only a monument at the battlefield, but
> it is unclear exactly where the battlefield was. There was a quarry behind
> the sign, so if that was the battlefield, we can't even "walk on the ground"
> there. I hope your letter sparks more response.
> Jan Highman
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <royhunt@...>
> To: <ScottishWarPrisoners@onelist.com>
> Sent: Thursday, November 25, 1999 2:47 PM
> Subject: [ScottishWarPrisoners] Furbush
> > From: royhunt@...
> > Hello,
> > I haven't seen any msg since Sept 24th. Everyone quit?
> > My ancestor is William Furbush, ca[tured at Battle of Dunbar
> > and sent to Boston on Unity, landing Dec 1650. Sold to Richard
> > Leader to work on saw mill in York Cty. Maine.
> > Has anyone found any records on who served in battle and where they
> > came from in Scotland?
> > Happy Thanksgiving.
> > Royce Hunt
> > Concord, NH