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An American Family History

A List of Servants
Transported by Samuell Gibbons
Ship Batchelor of Bristoll 1674

     
Maryland was established with religious freedom for Catholics. The colonial economy was based on tobacco cultivated by Africans who had been enslaved.
Name Born Settled
     
Agnew, And:    
Anderson, James    
Barr, William    
Belchey, Thomas    
Bell, William    
Bradshaw, John    
Bullock, Wm    
Camell, John    
Crawford, James    
Curkwood, James    
Dowglise, John    
Egleson, William    
Feilding, James    
Forrist, Jane    
Gibson, Robert    
Grear, James (Grier) 1633 Baltimore County
Grey, John    
Grimes, Margaret    
Guordin, Daniell    
Hambleton, Jane    
Henry, Daniell    
Hutchin, Robert    
Johnson, Eliz.    
Kane, John    
Keely, John    
Kennon, Sarah    
Keny, Rose    
Kirkwood, Adam    
Kirkwood, Eliz.    
Koapland, Lettis    
Lyhfy, John    
Lyon, Jane    
Lythkoe, John    
Macalman, John    
MackCharmen, Patrick    
MackChoy, Daniell    
MackDaniell, Alex:    
Mackahee, Robert    
Mackclarty, Daniell    
Mackelgar, Daniell    
Mackgnaid, John    
Mackgowen, John    
Mackholister, Elinor    
Mackmaikin, Corneluis    
Mackmullen, James    
Mackneele, Daniell    
Macknoole, James    
Mackvey, Jeffery    
Magee, Edmond    
Magee, Henry    
Magee, Patrick    
Magnaid, Hugh    
Magumery, John    
Mahalton, Manus    
Mercer, Thomas    
Milihan, Mary    
Miller, John    
Morrison, Robert    
Mullican, Jane    
Murphy, Abraham    
Musterd, John    
Nowell, Willm    
Odean, Richard    
Oneale, Hugh    
Orr, Robert    
Pearson, John    
Perkinson, Eliz.    
Rhany, Thomas    
Rowark, Corneluis    
Shaw, Math:    
Sim, Alex:    
Sincleer, Agnew    
Sloane, John    
Smith, Eliz.    
Stinson, John    
Taggert, Thomas    
Tarneck, John    
Thompson, Jeffrey    
Tilton, Humphry    
Walker, John    
Wallis, Alex:    
Wallis, William    
Watson, Jane    
Wilkeson, Richd    
Winslow, Antho:    
Winslow, Eliz.    
Winslow, James    
Winslow, Willm    
Younger, John    
Younger, Mary    

 

American colonists continued to use British monetary units, namely the pound, shilling and pence for which £1 (or li) equalled 20s and 1s equalled 12d. In 1792 the dollar was established as the basic unit of currency.
 

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