Early Cranford Settlers

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Family Tree Maker has some excellent CD's for researching your Family Tree.  Below are the entries that may pertain to the Cranford Line from their disk titled "Complete Book of Emigrants" on the Family Tree maker disk # 350.

 

This is by no means the Complete CD.  It only covers those parts that may have been Cranfords by the various spellings and Misspellings of our name.  Since one respected Genealogist has stated that Cranford is a misspelling of Crawford, I have included the references to CRAWFORD, just in case these shed light on some of the missing CRANFORDS.

The spellings I chose were Craford, Crafford, Croford, Crofford, Crawford Craneford, and, of course, Cranford.  Surprisingly enough, the only references to Cranford were place names for settlers coming from England.  I chose not to list these since, while interesting, they did not shed any light on our Family.

 

The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

 

 

May 1622.  Depositions relating that Thomas Sheppard and John Farrer of the Virginia Company chartered the Garland, Mr. William Wye, in 1619 to embark passengers from the Bona Nova, which had been disabled, and carry them to Bermuda and Virginia.

The Garland was badly damaged in Bermuda but refitted with materials taken from the Warwick which had foundered there, and returned to London instead of proceeding to Virginia.

 

Thomas Foster of Giggleswick in Craven, Yorkshire, was a tobacco factor in Bermuda in 1619.

Henry Reade was a passenger in the Garland to Bermuda.

John Cuff of London, merchant aged 39, went as Cape Merchant in the Warwick to Bermuda and shipped 200 passengers in the Garland to be taken to Bermuda and Virginia.

Richard Wiseman of London, aged 31, shipped passengers to Bermuda in the Gilliflower, Mr. William Craforthe, and in the Seaflower, Mr. Edward Gardiner, in 1619.

William Besse of the Somers Islands, aged 35, deposed as of St. Mildred Poultry, London, that he had lived in Bermuda for 6 years and that it had been planted and inhabited for 9 years. (EAE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776  -Sec. 2 Ch. 17, 1622, pg 6)

(Could this spelling have evolved into Cranford?)

 

 

 

17 October 1690.  Newgate prisoners reprieved to be transported to Barbados or Jamaica. London: Philip Williams; Christopher Jones; Mary Jones, spinster; William Banister; Thomas Allen. Middlesex: Philip

Magner of Twickenham; George Craford of the same; Andrew Browne of St. Pancras; William Rolph of the same; William Bristue of the same; John Wilson of Kensington; William Wright of St. Clement Danes; James Gawen alias Gardiner of St. Andrew Holborn; William Tripett of St. Martin in the Fields; William Gould of St. Margaret Westminster; Sarah Taylor of the same; Thomas Effoll of Hampstead; Isaac Woollens of the same; Jonathan Hawkes of the same; Thomas Fisher of Stepney; Richard Bourne of the same; Thomas Dodd of the same; John Lowe of the same; James Ardin of the same; Thomas Read of Hornsey; John Carter of the same; William Wilson of Edmonton; Anne Hereford alias Roberts of St. Giles in the Fields, widow; Susan Terrill of the same, spinster. (PRO: C66/3338/12). 

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776  -Sec. 3, Ch. 31, 1690,  Pg 80)

 

 

 

Craford alias Crawford, Edward. Sentenced to transportation February 1732. Middlesex.

 

Craford, George. Reprieved for transportation for Barbados or Jamaica October 1690. Middlesex.

 

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 6, Ch. 2, Emigrants in Bondage, Pg 460)

 

 

 

Crawford, Edward (1732). See Craford. Middlesex.

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 6, Ch. 2, Emigrants in Bondage, Pg 464)

 

 

 

6 November 1668.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: Richard Fletcher to John Hunt, 4 years Virginia; Elizabeth Hopkins to John Crafford, 5 years Virginia.  (Note:  Could this be the same John Cranford listed as being given a Land Grant from Ralph Green in 1653?  He is assumed to be an Indentured servant himself until that date.)

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 3,Ch 9, 1668, Page 230)

17 February 1752-2 April 1752.  Shippers by the Sampson, Mr. Edward May, bound from Bristol for Philadelphia: William Trotman & Co., Joseph Grimes, Lewis & Perks, Joseph Percivall & Co., John Southall, George Alker & Co., John Davis for Thomas Russell & Co., John Galton, Edward Harford Jr., Richard Lowe, Mary Crafford. (PRO: E190/1217/1).

The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Set. 5, Ch. 3, 1752,  pg 12)

 

 

 

26 October 1675.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: Thomas Boulton to Ralph Poole, 4 years Virginia by Dogger of Yarmouth, Mr. Thomas Crofford; Christopher Veale to same, 4 years Virginia by Dogger of Yarmouth; William Abbis to William Morris, 4 years Nevis, Antigua or Virginia by Exchange of Bristol; John Downe to John Nutt, 6 years Virginia by Stephen; Simon Rice to William Bennet, 4 years Virginia by Alithea; Joan Fry to Thomas Prewet, 4 years Virginia by Star; Thomas Marlique to Richard Wellsteed, 4 years Virginia by Love's Increase of Bristol.

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 3, Ch. 16, 1675, pg 277)

 

 

 

Crawford or Cranford?

 

7 October 1669.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: Rachell Williams to John Crawford, 4 years Virginia; William Hughs to John Rowland, 4 years Virginia. (BR).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 3, Ch. 10, 1699, pg. 108)

 

 

 

29 March 1709.  Shipper by the Rebecca of London, Mr. Richard Brand, bound from Plymouth for Virginia: William Crawford. (PRO: E190/1068/9).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 4, Ch. 12, 1749, Pg. 44)

 

 

 

The following bound to Samuel Gloynes to serve in Maryland: William Smith, William Cole, Charles Crawford, James Paty, Richard Ware. (CLRO: ATSR/ f.38v).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 4, Ch. 31, 1728, Pg. 217)

 

 

 

14 March 1732.  Charles Abbott apprenticed from Christ's Hospital to his father William A. to serve Mr. William Crawford of London, mariner, in Jamaica. (CH).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 4, Ch. 35, 1732, Pg. 31)

 

 

 

20 October 1736.  James Marsden apprenticed from Christ's Hospital to his mother Mary Turner to serve Hugh Crawford, master of the Mermaid bound for Jamaica. (CH).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 4, Ch. 39, 1736, Pg. 107)

 

 

 

19 March 1765-18 April 1765.  Shippers by the Rialto, Mr. John Martin, bound from Bristol for Virginia: Charles Seton, Griffiths & Thomas, George Crawford, Joseph Tomlinson, George Weare & Co., Thomas Nock, Alexander Campbell. (PRO: E190/1226/2).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 16, 1765, Pg. 35)

 

 

 

2-5 December 1765.  Shippers by the Free Mason, Mr. Alexander Gillon, bound from Newcastle for Carolina: Barnard Smith, George Crawford. (PRO: E190/264/7).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 16, 1765, Pg. 119)

 

 

 

15 October 1766-22 April 1772.  Petition of Patrick Crawford, brother and executor of James Crawford deceased, owner of the Chance, and Charles Smith, owner of part of her cargo, against the condemnation of

the ship in the Vice-Admiralty Court in Philadelphia in 1765 for illegal trade. (APC).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 17, 1766, Pg. 75)

 

 

 

The following shipped from Bristol as indentured servants to Maryland: Is. Webb of Willington, mason, aged 24; William Sully of Willington, labourer, aged 21; James Skinner of Willington, labourer, aged 22; Thomas Bemison of Willington, painter, aged 32; Francis How of Willington, labourer, aged 30; John Roberts of Willington, painter, aged 22; Thomas Gillard of Willington, labourer, aged 21; John Pope of Willington, labourer, aged 21; Michael Kenneday of Willington, labourer, aged 33; William Proom of Willington, labourer, aged 21; John Holding of Willington, brickmaker, aged 26; John Sanders of Willington, sawyer, aged 21; John Garsford of Willington, carpenter, aged 22; John Came of Willington, carpenter, aged 21; Thomas Bryant of Willington, blacksmith, aged 22; Thomas Neill of Willington, blacksmith, aged 22; Hewill Lucas of Willington, labourer, aged 23; John Williams of Willington, sawyer, aged 25; John Fullerm of Willington, tailor, aged 29; Francis Wilson of Willington, baker, aged 21; William Hall of Willington, labourer, aged 21; John Wills of Willington, labourer, aged 30; Roger Gayton of Trowbridge, (Wilts), labourer, aged 26; Robert Crawford of Bristol, rope maker, aged 22; Benjamin Gutling of Bristol, baker, aged 32; John Mark of Bristol, baker, aged 22; John Griffiths of Milford, [prob. Hants], labourer, aged 22; Duncan O'Neil of Cork, (Ireland), labourer, aged 24; William Paintin of Bristol, labourer, aged 17; Robert Ellems of Plymouth, (Devon), malt maker, aged 25; Philip Sullivan of Cork, (Ireland), labourer, aged 19; Thomas Whittington of Bristol, labourer, aged 16; Thomas Bourn of Bath, (Somerset), baker, aged 18; John Pressett of Bath, coachman, aged 20. (EFE)

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 25, 1774, Pg. 43)

 

 

 

Passengers from Hull to Nova Scotia by the Two Friends, Mr. James Watt: John Smith of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 29, rents raised too high to live; Mary Smith, wife of above, aged 25; John Smith, child of above, aged 4; George Smith, child of above, aged 2; William Smith, child of above, aged 1; Robert Fawent of Yorkshire, sailcloth maker, aged 30, going on business as agent; Samuel Pickering of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 23, to seek a better livelihood; James Leach of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 27, same reason as above; Francis Layton of Yorkshire, blacksmith, aged 29, same reason as above; Elizabeth Layton, wife of above, aged 26; Francis Layton, son of above, aged 18 months; John Busfield of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 30, same reason as above; George Hayton of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 32, same reason as above; Anthony Hill of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 57, rent raised too high by landlord John Mathews. John Willison of Yorkshire, carpenter, aged 36, to seek a better livelihood; John Layton of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 22, same reason as above; Richard Peck of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 46, same reason as above; William Hodgson of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 22, same reason as above; John Wilson of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 46, same reason as above; William Ward of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 24, same reason as above; Elizabeth Ward, wife of above, aged 22; Moses Ward, son of above, aged 18 months; Robert Appleby of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 21, same reason as above; William Brown of Yorkshire, carpenter, aged 22, same reason as above; Jane Brown, wife of above, aged 21; Jane Brown, child of above, aged 1; James Brown of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 17, same reason as above; Mary Brown of Yorkshire, servant, aged 26, same reason as above; John Webster of Yorkshire, tailor, aged 25, same reason as above; Elizabeth Wrightson of Yorkshire, servant, aged 20, same reason as above; Thomas Yate of Yorkshire, mason, aged 22, same reason as above; Thomas Briggs of Yorkshire, blacksmith, aged 28, same reason as above; John Sedgewick of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 39, rent raised too high; John Routh of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 22, to seek a better livelihood; Thomas Harwood of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 34, same reason as above; George Firth of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 30, rent raised too high; William Parker of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 31, same reason as above; Mary Parker, wife of above, aged 38; John Parker, child of above, aged 3; Jane Harrison of Yorkshire, maidservant, aged 20, same reason as above; Mary Parker of Yorkshire, widow, aged 74, to accompany her children; John Lumley of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 23, to seek a better livelihood; Arnistead Fielding of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 42, provisions, rents & every necessary of life so very high they cannot support their family; Elizabeth Fielding, wife of above, aged 40; John Fielding, child of above, aged 15; William Fielding, child of above, aged 14; Nicholas Fielding, child of above, aged 12; Hannah Fielding, child of above, aged 8; Esther Fielding, child of above, aged 5; Joseph Fielding, child of above, aged 2; Richard Bare of Yorkshire, butcher, aged 26, to seek a better livelihood; William Blinkhorn of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 33, rent raised too high; Ann Blinkhorn, wife of above, aged 29; William Blinkhorn, child of above, aged 7; John Blinkhorn, child of above, aged 4; Ann Blinkhorn, child of above, aged 3; Eleanor Blinkhorn, child of above, aged 1; Abraham Mason of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 43, to seek a better livelihood; Elizabeth Abba of Yorkshire, servant, aged 20, same reason as above; John Watersworth of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 33, rent raised too high; Richard Thompson of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 30, to seek a better livelihood; John Bulmer of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 45, rents raised by landlord Beilly Thompson Esq.; Grace Bulmer, wife of above, aged 46; James Bulmer, child of above, aged 20; George Bulmer, child of above, aged 14; Joseph Bulmer, child of above, aged 10; Ann Bowser of Yorkshire, shopkeeper, aged 60, to seek a better livelihood; Richard Bowser of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 29, rents raised by lsndlord William Weddell Esq.; Ann Bowser, servant, aged 20, same reason as above; Hannah Sterriker of Yorkshire, servant, aged 12, same reason as above; William Routlidge of Yorkshire, blacksmith, aged 30, in hopes of better livelihood; Sarah Routlidge, wife of above, aged 27; Diana Routlidge, child of above, aged 2; Joseph Routlidge, child of above, aged 18 months; Richard Stavely of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 30, rents raised by landlord William Weddell Esq.; Robert Stavely of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 26, same reason as above; John Linton of Yorkshire, butcher, aged 28, same reason as above; Robert Fenby of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 26, same reason as above; Andrew Crawford of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 23, same reason as above; Christopher Harper of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 40, same reason as above; Thomas Harrison of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 28, same reason as above; William Thursby of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 28, same reason as above; John Wry of Yorkshire, weaver, aged 23, to seek a better livelihood; Pickering Snowden of Yorkshire, weaver, aged 23, same reason as above; Mary Suggett of Yorkshire, widow, aged 40, same reason as above; Ann Suggett, child of above, aged 14; Mary Suggett, child of above, aged 12; Christopher Suggett, child of above, aged 10; John Suggett, child of above, aged 8; William Suggett of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 18, same reason as above; Joseph Parker of Yorkshire, rope maker, aged 33, same reason as above; Elizabeth Parker, wife of above, aged 33; William Parker, child of above, aged 2; John Fawceit of Yorkshire, farmer, aged 29, rent raised too high; Jane Fawceit, wife of above, aged 28; Mary Fawceit, child of above, aged 4; Thomas Andrews of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 37, to provide better support for his family, every necessary of life being so dear; Lilley Andrews, wife of above, aged 37; Mary Andrews, child of above, aged 7; John Andrews, child of above, aged 5; Mary Andrews, child of above, aged 3; Hannah Andrews, child of above, aged 1. (EFE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 25, 1774, Pg. 80)

 

 

  

The following shipped as indentured servants from Bristol to Maryland by the Restoration, Mr. John Crawford: Samuel Hughes of Bristol, labourer, aged 19; John Wilkins of Bristol, labourer, aged 18; John Perry of Bath, (Somerset), labourer, aged 16; Thomas Russel of Bristol, servant, aged 17; a woman; William Keater of Bristol, smith, aged 29; a convict. (EFE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 25, 1774, Pg. 200)

 

 

 

28 November 1774-6 December 1774.  Passengers from London to Georgia by the Beaufort, Mr. Thomas Crawford: Nicholas Hibert of Surrey, wine merchant, aged 34, to settle; Nicholas Hibert, child of above, aged 9. (EFE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 25, 1774, Pg. 271)

 

 

 

4-11 September 1775.  Passengers from London to Georgia by the Beaufort, Mr. Thomas Crawford, to settle: Robert Dee of London, gent, aged 33; George Surr of London, gent, aged 19; Francis Finmore of London, gent, aged 50; John Butler of Carolina, gent, aged 25; John Air of Georgia, gent, aged 23, going home; John Lord of Georgia, carver, aged 34, going home. (EFE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 26, 1775, Pg. 113)

 

 

 

Passengers from Newcastle to Georgia by the Georgia Packet, Mr. William Manson, to seek better employment: Francis Wallace of Newcastle, (Northumberland), keelman, aged 18; Edward Jackson of Coventry, (Warwickshire), ribbon weaver, aged 15; John Dean of Shields, (Durham), shoemaker, aged 19; Thomas Purdy of Sunderland, (Durham), keelman, aged 17; James Fairface of Newcastle, (Northumberland), barber, aged 20; William Linnon of Scotland, tailor, aged 19; John Dick of Newcastle, (Northumberland), upholsterer, aged 46; Mary Dick, wife of above, aged 33; Jane Dick, child of above, aged 13; Grizel Dick, child of above, aged 4; Samuel Briggs of Scotland, dyer, aged 28; John Douglas of Scotland, gardener, aged 20; John Wark of Scotland, millwright, aged 30; Simon Porteus of Scotland, mason, aged 49; William Stewart of Scotland, mason, aged 24; Hugh Gordon of Scotland, yeoman, aged 22; Robert Robson of Scotland, yeoman, aged 28; Jane Robson, wife of above, aged 28; Eleanor Robson, child of above, aged 6; James Robson, child of above, aged 4; Mary Robson, child of above, aged 1; James Oliphant of Scotland, yeoman, aged 34; David Maxwell of Newcastle, (Northumberland), barber, aged 19; Robert Martin of Scotland, yeoman, aged 26; John Scott of Scotland, yeoman, aged 30; Margaret Scott, wife of above, aged 35; William Scott, child of above, aged 13; John Scott, child of above, aged 10; Mary Scott, child of above, aged 8; Agnes Scott, child of above, aged 4; Margaret Scott, child of above, aged 2; Robert Crawford of Scotland, yeoman, aged 16; George Liddle of Scotland, yeoman, aged 15; David Arnott of Scotland, smith, aged 20; David Murray of Newcastle, (Northumberland), shoemaker, aged 23; George Watson of Newcastle, shoemaker, aged 36; Mary Watson, wife of above, aged 33; Thomas Watson, child of above, aged 12; Isabella Watson, child of above, aged 10; Mary Watson, child of above, aged 5; Douglas Watson, child of above, aged 2; William McCullock of Scotland, barber, aged 24; Barbara McCullock, wife of above, aged 24; Charles Brokey of Scotland, gardener, aged 25; James Scott of Scotland, carpenter, aged 25; George Bulman of Scotland, carpenter, aged 46; Elizabeth Bulman, wife of above, aged 36; George Bulman, child of above, aged 5; Diana Bulman, child of above, aged 4; Andrew Lithcow of Sunderland, (Durham), breeches maker, aged 37; Elizabeth Lithcow, wife of above, aged 35; Andrew Lithcow, child of above, aged 11; Robert Lithcow, child of above, aged 4; Elizabeth Lithcow, child of above, aged 2; Jane Lithcow, child of above, aged 1; John Hume of Scotland, farmer, aged 28; John McIntosh of Scotland, rope maker, aged 32; William Budge of Scotland, joiner, aged 22; John Cobb of Scotland, butcher, aged 31; Alexander Bean of Scotland, shoemaker, aged 23; Christiana Bean, wife of above, aged 18; Whitaker Shadforth of Scotland, watch maker, aged 21; Charles Salisbury of Scotland, yeoman, aged 30; Robert Salisbury, child of above, aged 11; Thomas Salisbury, child of above, aged 10; William Macwell of Scotland, yeoman, aged 33; John Dick of Scotland, labourer, aged 14; Henry Graham of Scotland, yeoman, aged 26; William Jackson of London, yeoman, aged 16; Thomas Tulip of Newcastle, (Northumberland), tailor, aged 36; Jane Tulip, wife of above, aged 40; Alexander McAndrew of Scotland, yeoman, aged 18; David Weatherspoon of Scotland, weaver, aged 23; Andrew Watson of Scotland, smith, aged 21; Andrew Watson of London, joiner, aged 45; Thomas Manson of Scotland, yeoman, aged 16; Barbara Manson of Scotland, spinster, aged 23; Thomas Taylor of Sunderland, (Durham), surgeon, aged 22; William Hewison of Newcastle, (Northumberland), surgeon, aged 20; Thomas Thompson of Scotland,

labourer, aged 29; John Eives of Shields, (Durham), soap boiler, aged 31; Elizabeth Eives, wife of above, aged 24; William Eives, child of above, aged 7; Margaret Brown of Whitby, (Yorkshire), spinster, aged 19; Elizabeth Milburn of Scotland, spinster, aged 20; Jane Blackett of Newcastle, (Northumberland), spinster, aged 20; Jane Dunn of Blyth, (Northumberland), mantua maker, aged 20; Mary Foster of Newcastle, (Northumberland), spinster, aged 18; Jane Mibross of Newcastle, spinster, aged 30; Mary Wullins of Sunderland, (Durham), spinster, aged 20; Jane Taylor of Newcastle, (Northumberland), spinster, aged 23; Eleanor Peakstone of Stockton, (Durham), spinster, aged 26; Eleanor Foreman of Newcastle, (Northumberland), spinster, aged 20; Jane Garthwaitt of Newcastle, spinster, aged 22; Ann Pearson of Rudwith (sic), spinster, aged 19; Elizabeth Wall of South Shields, (Durham), spinster, aged 19; Margaret Manson of Scotland, spinster, aged 25; Elizabeth Manson of Scotland, spinster, aged 26; Elizabeth Manson of Scotland, spinster, aged 9; John Derry of London, joiner, aged 45. (EFE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 26, 1775, Pg. 116)

 

 

 

Passengers from Poole to Nova Scotia by the Squirrel, Mr. Richard Willes: Abraham Osgood of Casco Bay, merchant, aged 43, to trade and return; Thomas Palmer of New Hampshire, mariner, aged 49, master returning to his ship; Josiah Shackford of New Hampshire, mariner, aged 47, master returning to his ship; Stephen Meads of New Hampshire, mariner, aged 25, returning home, having left his ship in England to be sold; John Hart of New Hampshire, mariner, aged 25, for the same reason; Gideon Crawford of Rhode Island, mariner, aged 39, for the same reason. (EFE).

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 5, Ch. 26, 1775, Pg. 128)

 

 

 

Cole, John, alias Crawford, William. Sentenced to transportation January Transported 14 yrs February 1719 Worcester Landing Certificate Maryland June 1719. London.

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 6, Ch. 2, Emigrants in Bondage, Pg 401)

 

 

 

Crawford, Daniel. Sentenced to transportation February Transported March 1729 Patapsco Landing Certificate Annapolis December 1729. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, Daniel of St. Olave, Southwark.  Sentenced to transportation at Quarter Sessions October 1749. Surrey.

 

Crawford, Edward (1732). See Craford. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, John. Sentenced to transportation April Transported May 1719 Margaret; sold to Mr. Polea, Annapolis, September 1719. London.

 

Crawford, Mary. Sentenced to transportation October Transported November 1759 Phoenix. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, Richard. Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs Bristol September 1748. Gloucestershire.

 

Crawford, Susanna. Sentenced to transportation July-December 1747. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation Lent 1733 Transported Patapsco Landing Certificate Annapolis November 1733. Berkshire.

 

Crawford, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation February Transported April 1741 Speedwell. London.

 

Crawford, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation December 1748 Transported January 1749 Laura. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation February Transported 14 yrs March 1750 Tryal. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, Thomas of St. Martin in Fields. Sentenced to transportation at Westminster Sessions October 1766 Transported January 1767 Tryal. Middlesex.

 

Crawford, William (1719). See Cole, John. London.

 

Crawford, William. Sentenced to transportation February Transported April 1766 Ann. London.

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 6, Ch. 2, Emigrants in Bondage, Pg 464)

 

 

 

Crawford, Richard. Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs Bristol September 1748. Gloucestershire.

(The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 Sec. 7, Ch. 2, Emigrants in Bondage, Pg 28)

 

 

 

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