Sea Captains Power, John to Quiner, Thomas

Power, John Jr.
Born Feb. 13, 1763.

1807 Schooner “Minerva,” 83T.
1809 Schooner “Endeavor,” 81T. (Lost G. C.)

Schooner “Minerva,” Capt. John Power was in 1808 intercepted by an English Man of War and ordered into England; but released later by the Admiral in command of the English squadron. (Roads’ History.)

Schooner “Minerva
Original painting owned by his grandson Mr. Charles B. Powers

Powers, John
Bpt. Aug. 1799.

1831 Schooner “Minerva,” 67T.

Poor, John
Bpt Aug. 8, 1779.

1807 Schooner “Sally.”

Powers, Michael B.

1820 Schooner “Liberty,” 86T.
1828 Brigantine “Palmer.”
____ Schooner “Thomas.”
____ Brigantine “Thoosa,” 110. (S. P.)

Died in California.

Powers, Thomas

1769 Brig “Pitt Packet.” (Roads’ History.)

Pritchett, John
Born June 21, 1802.

1825 Schooner “Sally,” 68T.

Proctor, John
Bpt. July 30, 1738.

1776 Private in Capt. Wm. Hooper’s Sea Coast Co.
1777 Master on Privateer Brigantine “Freedom,” Capt. John Cloustan.
____ Privateer Sloop “Bowdoin,” Capt. Thos. Stevens.
1778 Second Mate Brigantine “Hazard,” Capt. Simeon Sampson.
1779 Second Mate Brigantine “Tyrrannicide,” Capt. Allen Hallett.
1780 Marine Ship “Protector,” Capt. John Foster Williams.
1781 Second Mate Ship “Gloucester Packet,” Capt. John Beach.
1781 Second Mate “Minerva,” Capt. Grimes.
1803 Schooner “Powder Point,” 82T.
1804 Brigantine “Washington.”
1806 Ship “America.” See E. I. Records.
1810 Schooner “Two Brothers.”

Proctor, John
Bpt. May 1, 1791.

1812 Seaman Privateer Brigantine “Alfred.” (G. B.)
1826 Brigantine “Mary,” 147T.
1832 Schooner “Science,” 49T.
1837 Brigantine “Swiftsure.”

Proctor, Jonathan
Bpt.Feb.11, 1750.

1777 Seaman Brigantine “Freedom,” Capt. John Cloustan.
____ Mate Brigantine “Favorite,” Capt. Nicholas Bartlett, Jr.
1781 Seaman Sloop “Bowdoin,” Capt. Thos. Stevens.
1781 Seaman Ship “Gloucester Packet,” Capt. John Beach.
1799 Schooner “Jeremiah,” 68T.
1801 Schooner “Atlantic.”

Proctor, Joseph
Bpt. Mar. 18, 1753.

1775 Private in Glover’s Twenty-first Regiment, Capt. William Blackler.
1777 Seaman Brigantine “Freedom,” Capt. John Cloustan.
1777 First Lieutenant Schooner “Dolphin,” Capt. Ed. Fettyplace, Jr.
1778 Private in Col. Ed. Wigglesworth’s, Regiment.
1779 Private in Col. Smith’s Regiment.
1795 Schooner “Success,” 67T.
1796 Brigantine “Fox.”

Proctor, Joseph

Died in Marlboro, in 1818.

Proctor, Joseph

Died on passage from New Orleans to New York, in 1822.

Proctor, Joseph
Bpt. Jan. 5, 1783.

1807 Brigantine “Harmony.”
1814 Brig “Phoebe,” 104T. (S. P.)
1815 Brig “Union,” 167T.
1816 Schooner “Caesar.” (S. P.)
1824 Brig “Louisiana.”
1826 Brig “Mary,” 147T.

Died on voyage in the Brigantine “Mary” from Oporto to New York, Nov. 10, 1826.

Quiner, Abraham
Born Oct. 28, 1770.

1805 Schooner “Sally,” 34T.

Quiner, Henry N.

1801 Schooner “Susannah,” 73T.
1804 Schooner “Joanna,” 76T.
1806 Brigantine “Charlotte.”
1807 Schooner “Tom,” 101T.

Quiner, Nicholas

Born 1749.
1795 Schooner “Dove.”

Quiner, John
Born June 27, 1780.

1810 Schooner “Susannah,” 73T.
1815 Schooner “Saratoga,” 70T.
1818 Schooner “Regulator,” 114T.
1823 Schooner “Economy.”
1824 Schooner “Echo.”

Quiner, John Jr.

1840 Brigantine “Pallas,” 102T.

Quiner, Thomas
Bpt. Nov. 13, 1785

1810 Schooner “Sally, “68T.
1810 Schooner “Joan.”


Source: Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in Which They Sailed, Compiled and Published for the Benefit of the Marblehead Historical Society, By Benjamin J. Lindsey, Treasurer, 1915


Lindsey, Benjamin J. Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in Which They Sailed Published for the Benefit of the Marblehead Historical Society, By Benjamin J. Lindsey, Treasurer, 1915.

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