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Viewing: Shapley, Reuben, 1750-1825

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America (packet ship) - Ship File

America: Built 1823 Builder: Reuben Shapley Owners: TW Penhallow; William Pray America: Built 1846 Builder: Raynes & Tobey

F44 .P8 N44 - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

MS002 B01 F01-F46 - Ships A-D

Protests and claims, for losses to ships and cargo, from the United States, Havana, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Demerary, and other countries. Includes correspondence from captains and owners, bills, receipts, and accounts. Arranged alphabetically by ship’s name. A. Ships F1: Abeona (Brig), 1812. Receipt settling loss with Capt. Oliver Blunt. F2: Adventure (Sloop), 1804. Protest and settlement concerning its capture by a French privateer at lat. 33, long.74. Benj. Monteith; Seward Porter. F3: Alert (Brig), 1803-1808. Insurance on loss of cargo in gale off Martinico. Samuel Ham; John Rollins; James Rollins. F4: Alligator (Brig), 1805. Claims for loss due to storm damag

MS002 B04 F01-F52 - Ships O-S

Protests and claims for losses to ships and cargo, from the United States, Havana, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Demerary, and other countries. Includes correspondence from captains and owners, bills, receipts, and accounts. Arranged alphabetically by ship’s name. Box 4 F1: Ohio (Brig), 1811-1815. Correspondence concerning insurance coverage in Jamaica. William Hoseason. William Banks. George Sinclair, jr. Nathaniel A. Haven. Edward J. Long. Asa Freeman. F2.: Olive (Brig), 1804-1805. Damaged by gales in passage from Portsmouth to Cadiz. Joseph Stoodley. Joseph Goody. John James. John Marden. William Racklif. William Carpenter. Joseph Rubison. Long and Hamilton. F3: Olive (S

MS002 B05 F01-20 - Ships W-Z, List of Insured Ships

Protests and claims, for losses to ships and cargo, from the United States, Havana, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Demerary, and other countries. Includes correspondence from captains and owners, bills, receipts, and accounts. Arranged alphabetically by ship’s name. Box 5 F1: Thomas Wilson (Ship), 1810-1820. Bilged on the Isles of Shoals. Joshua Haven. Benjamin Brierley. F2: Tom (Ship), 1806-1807. Cast ashore in Portsmouth. Peter Turner. Andrew Simpson. Nathanial A. Haven. John Haven. F3: Trajan (Ship), 1818. Storm-damaged cargo auctioned at Hamburg, Germany. Joshua Neal. William Briard. Robert Jameson. Peter Traner. F4: Triton (Ship), 1820. Statement of loss. Vessel was r

MS002 B14 F01-F15 - Share Certificates, Haven-Young

Arranged alphabetically by shareholder. F1: Shareholders are Nathaniel A. Haven, Thomas Haven, John Haven, William A. Hayes, Edward P. Hayman, Elish Hill jr, Samuel Hill. F2: Shareholders are Silas Holman, Ivory Hovey. F3: Shareholders are Elilphalet Ladd, Henry Ladd, Alexander Ladd, Gideon Lamson, Samuel Larkin, Gilman Leavitt, Thomas Leigh. F4: Shareholders are Benjamin Leverett, Edward Livermore, Edward J. Long, John Lord, Samuel Lord. F5: Shareholders are Jeremiah Mason, John McClintock, John Melcher, Samuel Moore. F6: Shareholders are James Neal, Winthrop B. Norton, Jonathan Palmer, Enoch G. Parrott, John F. Parrott, Edward Parry, the New Hampshire Bank. F7: Sh

Image of MS075 - New Castle Bridge and Piscataqua Bridge Corporations

MS075 - New Castle Bridge and Piscataqua Bridge Corporations

Manuscript ledgers and stock certificate books relating to the New Castle Bridge and the Piscataqua Bridge Corporations (NH). The Piscataqua Bridge went between Bloody Point , Newington, NH, and Furber's Ferry, Durham, NH. Numerous local names of proprietors, subscribers, and laborers. Contents: Box 1 FF01: Manuscript ledger of the New Castle Bridge Corporation, containing articles of incorporation, lists of shareholders, minutes of meetings (1821-1872) and financial records (1821-1865). Box 1 FF02: Manuscript ledger of the New Castle Bridge Corporation, containing lists of shareholders and minutes of meetings from 1873 through sale of the bridges to Portsmouth, New Castle, an

MS106 - Haven Family Records

Material coveris various aspects of the business dealings of John (1766-1845) and Nathaniel (1762-1831) Haven and John Haven's son George Wallis Haven (1808-1895). Their interests primarily included shipping, trade, and real estate in the Portsmouth area. Books 1 through 11 include correspondence and account books of the brothers John and Nathaniel Haven, who were business partners. Books 12 through 15 reflect the business interests of George W. Haven. Biographical notes: John Haven (1766-1845), born in Portsmouth, son of Mehitable Appleton and Reverend Samuel Haven. Shipmaster and later merchant in partnership with his brother Nathaniel Haven. Athenaeum proprietor. Married in 1791 to

Professional Collection - Cataloging - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

REF F44 .P8 H57 2004 - Digital Media

408 subjects and over 660 images of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Includes images of artifacts, paintings, and documents and photos of buildings related to the history of Portsmouth in particular and the United States in general. Notebook includes descriptions and thumbnails of the images.

Image of S0028 - New Castle bridge collection, 1821-1888. (S028).

S0028 - New Castle bridge collection, 1821-1888. (S028).

Building diagram, share certificates (in New Castle Bridge Association), contracts, receipts, and other records, relating to a bridge from New Castle to Portsmouth, N.H. Includes letter (1823) from Reuben Shapley, a merchant) regarding the passage of a newly built ship and lease issued to David Urch in 1888. Other persons represented include president Ebenezer Tucker and bridge contractor Mark Leighton.

S0701 - John Langdon (Brig) Shipping papers, 1804-1816. (S701).

Crew list (1804), accounts of purchase of lumber from Thomas Williams (1805), cases of gin, and paying the customs house; shipping order (1810) for pine boards to Madeira; and records of the sale of sugar (1816). Persons represented include Richard and Robert Symonds, Reuben Shapley, and Henry Tredick.

S0775 - Shapley, Reuben, Letter

Reuben Shapley (ca. 1750-1825) in Portsmouth to Capt. Reuben S. Randal, of the "ship Wonolancet" c/o Robert Lenox of New York. Concerning Cargo of twine, hemp, pepper, sugar, etc. from Calcutta; Tells of the death of his daughter, Nancy, ca. 1785-1802 and a mention of Thomas March.

S0937 - Franklin (Sloop) Freight Book

Freight book for the sloop Franklin, 1792-1793. Lists the cargo, its value, and the consignors. Some of the people listed are: Woodbury Langdon, Tobias Lear, John Sheafe, Eliphalet Ladd, Reuben Shapley, and Nathaniel Haven. Sloop sailed primarily between Portsmouth and New York. The 47-ton sloop Franklin was built in Dover in 1790 and was sold in Newburyport in 1795.