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Attention Eric Krause
Solomon BLOOD Born: 13 MAR 1720/21 at: Married: at: Died: 1745 at:
Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
... A grandson of Joshua, Enoch, fought at Louisbourg, 1745; and this
Enoch was Mary Lurvey Bulger's great grandfather.
Buell was born in Simsbury, CT March 29, 1724 or 1725. David died
February 17, 1745 or 1746 in Cape Breton, CT, at 20 years of age.
McCracken shows that he died in Cape Breton, recorded in Simsbury,
doubtless a casualty in King George's War at Louisbourg.
Chamberlain b: January 16, 1700/01 in Billerica MA, d: 1745 in seige of
- I am looking
for any info on a Shubael Claghorn-the note I have says he served under
a Capt. Lambert, in Col. Gorham's regiment in the Expedition to
Dickson was born 1 in 1745. He died 2 before 1818. He married 3 Mary
Shea Featherton in 1774 in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.
- Elisha Doane
was an ensign of his father's company at Louisbourg after the surrender
of that stronghold in 1745.
- Ephraim Doane
... He is on record in Connecticut as a 'mariner' and part owner of one
or more small vessels. He was joint owner with Thomas Goodwin, George
Phillips and Ebenezer Sage of the sloop Diamond. at the fall of 1745
they chartered this vessel to Maj. Jabez Hamlin as a transport to carry
Connecticut troops to Louisbourg. She sailed in November of that year
and soon after arrived. She was detained in the service until Feb. 3,
1746, when she sailed from Louisbourg for New London, but foundered at
sea on the home trip.
- Doujet, Marie
Wife of Gabriel Pikteuaruel; mother of Veronique Pikteuaruel and of
Jean-Baptiste Pikteuaruel, who was baptized on 15 July, 1778, Miquelon;
sister-in-law of Louis Hugo Pikteuaruel; apparently born in Louisbourg,
Cape Breton Island, and domiciled there
- Sir Charles
Douglas was born in Perthshire, Scotland around the year 1734. He was a
midshipman at the siege of Louisbourg in 1745 ...
Durfee .... William died of disease or was killed in battle at the siege
of the French fortress at Louisbourg in Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Mary Shea
Featherton was born 1 in 1755 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She died 2 on 23
Jan 1843 in Catalone, Nova Scotia. She married 3 Francis Dickson in 1774
in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.
Foster was in favor of taking Jones' sloops and using them to capture
the men on the Margaretta. Some thought only by going along with the
agreement to trade could they avoid starvation. Foster, having fought in
the siege of Louisbourg in 1745 ... "Mary SCOTT was the widow of
Colonel Joseph SCOTT who was Daniel KNOWLTON's military commander when
they fought at the seige of Louisbourg N.S. in 1745 ...
Gorham. Born on 2 Sep 1686 at Barnstable, MA. ... Shubael died at
Louisbourg, NS, on 20 feb 1744/5.
- John Hamor Sr
(Hamer) ... John died 1746 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, CAN,
at 41 years of age
Knowlton b. 1726, Ashford, CT, m. 7 Nov 1745, Zerviah Watkins, (daughter
of William Watkins). Daniel died 1791. Daniel fought under Colonel
Joseph Scott at the seige of Louisbourg, NS, in 1745.
- As many of
you know, several LIBBY's fought at Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
Montague ... Born on 2 January 1723 in South Hadley. He died in 1745 at
the siege of Louisbourg in Canada where he served under the command of
'old' Seth Pomeroy of Northampton.
- Clement Moody
from NH did died in the seige of Louisbourg in 1745
- John Maunsell
... He rose from an ensign in the British Army in 1742 to a major in the
Royal American Regiment in 1761 to major general in 1781. He was at the
battles at Louisbourg, Quebec, Montreal, Martinique and Havana.
- D. Simon
MOORE ... He fought in the ill-fated expedition to Louisbourg, Cape
Breton, Island in 1745-6, and was one of the few who returned.
- Louis Hugo
Pikteuaruel ... baptized 25 July, 1778, Miquelon; apparently born in
Louisbourg, Cape Breton Island, and living in that region.
Wetherell was born on 31 Aug 1720 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. (13) He
died in 1745 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton Island, NS, Canada
- John Wiser,
who was born about 1721 and died 9 Jan 1746 in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
in a English battle with the French.