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Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Indexes for the Port of Piscataqua shipping records prior to 1775. Indexed by vessel name; date; owners; masters; built date; and destination (cleared to = C) or voyage origination (entered from = E).

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Indexes for the Port of Piscataqua shipping records prior to 1775. Indexed by vessel name; date; owners; masters; built date; and destination (cleared to = C) or voyage origination (entered from = E).

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Indexes for the Port of Piscataqua shipping records prior to 1775. Indexed by vessel name; date; owners; masters; built date; and destination (cleared to = C) or voyage origination (entered from = E).

S0087 - Snell, Rueben, Land deed

Land deed, 1796, from Reuben Snell, boat builder, to Edward Sargent for land on Pleasant Street in Portsmouth

S1219 - Edward Sargent Note Book

Titled, "Edward Sargent New Castle, 1794." Sargent appears to be a scribe and his book contains numerous scattered entries for his clients, primarily ship builders and captains. He also appears to hire himself out to take measurements of ships under construction and to record legal items, such as estate inventories. He frequently worked for Capt. Edmund Roberts and Capt. Giddinge. There are also a few scattered personal notes. According to a brief family record found in the book, Edward Sargent was born Dec 26, 1737 and married Betty Johnson February 7, 1760. She died August 19, 1784. Sargent married Sarah Wendell December 30, 1784 by the Rev. Haven. Sarah’s sister, Elizabeth Wendell, marr