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Ship Thomas Gordon, from Amsterdam to New Orleans Louisiana 1820District of Mississippi, Port or New Orleans, I J. B. Hobart, Master or Commander of the Ship Thomas Gordon do solemnly, sincerely and truly Swear, that the within List signed by me and now delivered to the Collector of the District of Mississippi, contains the Names of all the Passengers, taken on board the said Ship at the Port of Amsterdam or at any time since, and that all matters therein set forth, are according to the best of my knowledge and belief, just and true, I do furtherswear, that none of the said Passengers have died on the voyage, So help me God. Sworn before me this 10th day of Jany 1820, signed by Abraham [illegible], signed by Jam B. Hobart
Surname; First Name ;Age ;Sex ;Occupation;Country they came from ;Going to
Dacres;H--- (crossed out) ;45; M ;rigger; Germany; New Orleans
Dacres ;M. ;30; F ;wife ;Germany; New Orleans
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