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  • Andrew Caddell
    Hello there Please note the attached, from a book called Scotland and the Commonwealth which describes the sacking of Dundee. Then compare the name of the
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 26, 1999
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      Hello there

      Please note the attached, from a book called "Scotland and the Commonwealth"
      which describes the sacking of Dundee. Then compare the name of the Captain
      John Caddell with John Cad(d)ell Gentleman (the name was spelled Caddell in
      the family Bible dating back to 1686 in Barbados) who goes of to Barbados
      in the Brisotl Shipping lists in 1658. Are they one and the same. I have
      been trying very hard to find out, and have had no luck. Even travelled to
      Dundee and corresponded with the Historical Society there.

      Was he a prisoner for seven years? Did he travel south to Worcester or was
      he imprisoned with the others in England? Was he forcemarched from Scotland
      to Durham and then on to the south? I like all of you would like to know if
      there are records of these prisoners.

      Cheers

      Andrew Caddell
      Geneva

      At 05:51 PM 11/26/99 -0000, you wrote:
      >From: "Mark Sutherland-Fisher" <mark@...>
      >
      >Hi folks,
      >I have recently been asked a number of questions about Highlanders who may
      >have fought and been captured etc at Worcester. Does anyone know if there
      >are Muster Rolls, either of Cromwell's army or the Royal army which I could
      >consult. For myself, I am also keen to find out if any of my Lancastrian
      >ancestors got caught up in this battle.
      >Regards,
      >Mark
      >Genealogist: Clan Sutherland
      >Co-genealogist: Clan Mackenzie
      >see my web-site: http://www.highland-family-heritage.co.uk
      >Professional Genealogist specialising in Highland Research and the 18th
      >century
      >----- Original Message -----
      >From: <royhunt@...>
      >To: <ScottishWarPrisoners@onelist.com>
      >Sent: 25 November 1999 22:47
      >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
      >>
      >> >
      >
      >>
    • Mark Sutherland-Fisher
      Hi Andrew, I think that there can be no doubt that you have your man. A trivial spelling difference like the one you mention is of no consequence and the fact
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 27, 1999
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        Hi Andrew,
        I think that there can be no doubt that you have your man. A trivial
        spelling difference like the one you mention is of no consequence and the
        fact that you have the established West Indies connection would be enough
        for me.
        Regards,
        Mark
        Genealogist: Clan Sutherland
        Co-genealogist: Clan Mackenzie
        see my web-site: http://www.highland-family-heritage.co.uk
        Professional Genealogist specialising in Highland Research and the 18th
        century
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: Andrew Caddell <andrew.caddell@...>
        To: <ScottishWarPrisoners@onelist.com>
        Cc:
        <mark@...@napanet.net.Ettrick@....r
        oyhunt@...>
        Sent: 26 November 1999 18:59
        Subject: Re: [ScottishWarPrisoners] Re: Battle of Worcester


        > Hello there
        >
        > Please note the attached, from a book called "Scotland and the
        Commonwealth"
        > which describes the sacking of Dundee. Then compare the name of the
        Captain
        > John Caddell with John Cad(d)ell Gentleman (the name was spelled Caddell
        in
        > the family Bible dating back to 1686 in Barbados) who goes of to Barbados
        > in the Bristol Shipping lists in 1658. Are they one and the same. I have
        > been trying very hard to find out, and have had no luck. Even travelled to
        > Dundee and corresponded with the Historical Society there.
        >
        > Was he a prisoner for seven years? Did he travel south to Worcester or was
        > he imprisoned with the others in England? Was he forcemarched from
        Scotland
        > to Durham and then on to the south? I like all of you would like to know
        if
        > there are records of these prisoners.
        >
        > Cheers
        >
        > Andrew Caddell
        > Geneva
        >
        > At 05:51 PM 11/26/99 -0000, you wrote:
        > >From: "Mark Sutherland-Fisher" <mark@...>
        > >
        > >Hi folks,
        > >I have recently been asked a number of questions about Highlanders who
        may
        > >have fought and been captured etc at Worcester. Does anyone know if there
        > >are Muster Rolls, either of Cromwell's army or the Royal army which I
        could
        > >consult. For myself, I am also keen to find out if any of my Lancastrian
        > >ancestors got caught up in this battle.
        > >Regards,
        > >Mark
        > >Genealogist: Clan Sutherland
        > >Co-genealogist: Clan Mackenzie
        > >see my web-site: http://www.highland-family-heritage.co.uk
        > >Professional Genealogist specialising in Highland Research and the 18th
        > >century
        > >----- Original Message -----
        > >From: <royhunt@...>
        > >To: <ScottishWarPrisoners@onelist.com>
        > >Sent: 25 November 1999 22:47
        > >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
        > >>
        > >> >
        > >
        > >>
        >
        >
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        >
        > >
      • Andrew Caddell
        Dale: I am resending this in case you did not get it, as perhaps you might know what happened to John Caddell in the interim period. By the way, I have a
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 28, 1999
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          Dale:

          I am resending this in case you did not get it, as perhaps you might know
          what happened to John Caddell in the interim period. By the way, I have a
          fairly complete list of the Bristol shipping lists and there is a website
          that shows them in their entirety. My letter follows., Note the attachments.

          Andrew Caddell
          (originally from Montreal and living in Geneva as a diplomatic spouse since
          1995)


          Please note the attached, from a book called "Scotland and the Commonwealth"
          which describes the sacking of Dundee. Then compare the name of the Captain
          John Caddell with John Cad(d)ell Gentleman (the name was spelled Caddell in
          the family Bible, which dates back to 1686 in Barbados) who goes of to
          Barbados in the Bristol Shipping lists in 1658. Are they one and the same??
          I have been trying very hard to find out, and have had no luck. Even
          travelled to Dundee and corresponded with the Historical Society there.

          Was Captain Caddell a prisoner for seven years? Did he travel south to
          Worcester or was he imprisoned with the others in England? Was he
          forcemarched from Scotland to Durham and then on to the south? I - like all
          of you - would like to know if there are records of these prisoners.

          Cheers

          Andrew Caddell
          Geneva

          At 05:51 PM 11/26/99 -0000, you wrote:
          >From: "Mark Sutherland-Fisher" <mark@...>
          >
          >Hi folks,
          >I have recently been asked a number of questions about Highlanders who may
          >have fought and been captured etc at Worcester. Does anyone know if there
          >are Muster Rolls, either of Cromwell's army or the Royal army which I could
          >consult. For myself, I am also keen to find out if any of my Lancastrian
          >ancestors got caught up in this battle.
          >Regards,
          >Mark
          >Genealogist: Clan Sutherland
          >Co-genealogist: Clan Mackenzie
          >see my web-site: http://www.highland-family-heritage.co.uk
          >Professional Genealogist specialising in Highland Research and the 18th
          >century
          >----- Original Message -----
          >From: <royhunt@...>
          >To: <ScottishWarPrisoners@onelist.com>
          >Sent: 25 November 1999 22:47
          >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
          >>
          >> >
          >
          >>
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