Report or Manifest of all the Passengers taken on board the Brig Virginia whereof Henry King is Master from St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada, burthen 127 55/95 tons, and owned by Joseph Hand of Philadelphia and bound to Philadelphia.
Columns represent: passenger number*, names, age, sex, occupation, to what country belonging*, and to what country intending to reside*.
1 Tho^s P. Richardson 85 male merchant 2 M^rs Richardson 80 female 3 Tho^s P. Richardson 10 male 4 Sarah M. Richardson 10 female 5 Charles H. Richardson 3 male 6 Adolphus B. Richardson 1 male 7 Henriette Wade 19 female 8 Adolphus Melzer 11 male 9 W^m Richardson 6 male 10 Sarah Magie 30 female signed: August 4, 1836 Henry King Transcriber's Notes: * An asterisk indicates an error on the part of the original recorder, not the transcriber, or is used to call your attention to additional information in the transcriber's notes. ? Indicates a letter or number which could not be determined due to the condition of the manifest or handwriting of the original recorder. ^ A ^ followed by a letter indicates that the letter was superscripted. * Passenger numbers assigned by transcriber for ease of reference. * All passengers were from St. Martins, New Brunswick and intended to reside in the U. States. Correspondence added 07 May 2012 Passengers #1 & 2 RICHARDSON Thomas Peter Richardson and wife. Their ages are incorrect, he was born 27 Sept 1798 in Sint Maarten, and his wife (Anna Constantia de Quartel) was born c1805 in Curacao. The names and ages of their children are accurate. From Sint Maarten they lived in Philadelphia and Anna CdeQ died abt 11 Jan 1843 at 118 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Aged 37y. My g.g.grandfather, Richard Robinson Richardson, was the brother of Thomas Peter Richardson senior and uncle of this Thomas Peter Richardson junior. My email is Heather Nielsen
National Archives and Records Administration, Film M425, Reel 51.
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4 April 2009
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