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Brig Commerce with passengers from Broad Albion, Perthshire, from Port Greenock Scotland to New York July 9, 1775

Commerce, July 9, 1775. The following from Broad Albion, Perthshire, shipped from Port Greenock, in Brigantine "Commerce" bound for New York, John Mathia, Master. All passengers were from Broad Albion, Perthshire, Scotland
Surname First Name Age Occupation
Allen Stewart 24 Wright
Allen Janet Stewart 19 Wife
Cameron Angus 47 Farmer
Cameron Katherine McDonald 32 Wife
Cameron Mary 16 Child
Cameron John 14 Child
Cameron Alexander 13 Child
Cameron Duncan 11 Child
Campbell Colin 27 Smith
Dunn James 29 Farmer
Dunn Catherine 30 Wife
Dunn John 26 Tidler (?)
Ferguson James 32 Farmer
Ferguson Jean McGregor 29 Wife
Ferguson Mary 21 Child
Ferguson Robert 13 Child
Ferguson Helen 11 Child
Ferguson Ann 7 Child
Kennedy Angus 26 Farmer
Kay Alexander 26 Piper
Korest (McKorest) Mary 18 Servant
Littlejohn Duncan 38 Wright
McIsaac Malcom 29 Smith
McArthur Duncan 52 Farmer
McArthur Eliza McEwen 47 Wife
McArthur John 20 Mason
McArthur Donald 15 Tailor
McArthur Peter 12 Child
McArthur John 11 Child
McArthur Donald 2 Child
Murray William 44 Farmer
Murray Margaret McDougal 41 Wife
Murray John 22 Mason
Murray Alexander 18 Tailor
Murray Archibald 17 Shoemaker
Murray Christian 12 Child
Murray Katherine 8 Child
Murray James 1 Child
McIntyre Donald 43 Schoolmaster
McIntyre Ann Walker 36 Wife
McIntyre Catherine 19 Servant
McIntyre Archibald 8 Child
McLeran (McLaren) Hugh 34 Farmer
McNaughton John 38 Farmer
McNaughton Janet Anderson 30 Wife
McNaughton Christian 14 Child
McNaughton Katherine 11 Child
McNaughton Duncan 7 Child
McNaughton Katherine (sic) 3 Child
McNaughton John 3 Child
McNaughton Elizabeth 2 Child
McNaughton Daniel 1 Child
McNaughton Peter Child
McNaughton Angus Child ????
Mattock Isobel 18 Servant
McLaren James 32 Tailor
McArthur Donald 59 Farmer
McNaughton Katherine 46 wife of Donald McArthur
McArthur John 22 Mason
McArthur Donald 17 Tailor
McArthur Catherine 14 Child
McArthur Archibald 8 Child
McArthur Duncan 20 Weaver
McDiarmed Mary 21 Servant
McDiarmed Eliza 17 Servant
McDiarmed Katherine 14 Child
McDiarmed John 3 Child
McDiarmed Jean 3 Child (prob. Twin of John)
McMartin Peter 21 Smith
McVurah Peter 19 Founder
McNaughton John 24 Farmer
McNaughton Christian 20 Servant
McVain Sarah 17 Servant
McVain Mary 21 Servant
McIntyre Duncan 47 Farmer
McIntyre Helen McNab 42 Wife
McIntyre John 13 Child
McIntyre Alexander 20 Farmer
McIntyre Duncan 15 Child
McIntyre Margaret 10 Child
McCullum Peter 27 Farmer
McGregor Hugh 42 Farmer
McGregor Jean McNaughton 38 Wife
McGregor Donald 14 Child
McGregor Katherine 12 Child
McNaughton Donald 19 Farmer
McNaughton Angus 29 Farmer
       
Note: Causes of Emigration: Farmers - High rentals. Smiths etc - No work. Children - with parents. Older Children - No work

Transcribed on 09/09/03
By Laura Freeman

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