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|Board Name: England Genealogy
||Chester, MD USA
||Jan 13, 2001
I am looking to find detail of the original record of the
court case mentioned in Peter Wilson Coldham's book:
'Complete Book of Emigrants to America 1700-1750'.
Page 464 23 May, 1732 The following bound to John Taylor to
serve in South Carolina: Matthew Martin, Edward Newcomb,
JOHN JUB, John Cain, Phillip Baker. (CLRO: ASTR/f.60)
There are quite a few references to John Taylor recording
indentured servants to America and Jamaica.
Was John Taylor a large landholder or a sort of indentured
servant broker who sold contracts to those who needed them
in the colonies?
My objectives are to:
1) Find the family of John JUBB/JUB (from the record above)
2) Find the ship John JUBB and possibly John TAYLOR travelled to America. (Possibly the 'Susannah' which sailed during the period)
3) Determine if he/they went to South Carolina and link to #4
4) In Orangeburgh, South Carolina, there is John JUBB who has
four children with Eva Catharina (SHULER) between 1750 and 1760
5) The childrens names are William, Susannah, Elizabeth and Anna Margaret
6) A William and a Susannah JUBB are in the same household in Maryland in the 1790 census.
7) William JUBB marries Avis (sp) HAMMOND Jun. 16, 1792
8) William and Avis have three sons, William, James and John
and I have most of the rest from there to the present
As you can see, the possibility exists that the connections can work. All I need is some direction to find the documents to prove it.
Anita Robertson firstname.lastname@example.org Chester, Maryland USA
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