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Brief details of Captain John Nicholson, Master (R.N.) and his family and descendants, 1817-1973

Ian Hawkins Nicholson

Brief details of Captain John Nicholson, Master (R.N.) and his family and descendants, 1817-1973

by Ian Hawkins Nicholson

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Published by W. E. and I. H. Nicholson in Albury, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nicholson family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[compiled by I. H. Nicholson and W. E. Nicholson].
    ContributionsNicholson, Wallace Edwin, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS2009 .N5 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 leaves in various foliations ;
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5235966M
    ISBN 100959813608
    LC Control Number75306635
    OCLC/WorldCa2317762

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One day John is sent on business to the bank to deposit £ On the way, he visits a billiard hall to call on his friend. John Barker was Master (Captain) of the "Abraham," which sailed from London 20 Novwith 51 passengers (Hotten, p). He settled on Chippokes Creek in James City County in He received acres there for transporting six settlers to Virginia (Cavaliers & Children: Hannah Barker, Jethro Barker, Sr., John Barker.

Man Of War is John Masters at his reflective best; it retains his always good plotting, but looses some of his great descriptive writing. It appears to me that Masters is reflecting on a life that he may have wished for himself, rather than recording the loss of the British in India that he chronicled in his previous books/5(34).

John Barker the Master Captain of the ship “Abraham” of London departed London in and settled on Chippokee Creek in James City County, Virginia first. Then in Southwark Parish, Surry County, apparently about where he lived until when he moved to Martin's Brandon in Charles City County, where he died in 2) Memo book of John M.

Funck (Midshipman), Masters Mate, Fall Spring Details all enlisted personnel on board alphabetically and by watch, quarter, and station bill. Refers to John Rodgers (Commanding Officer) and Midshipman L.

Kearney. 3) Sheet of reenlistment advance pay receipts preprinted for Constitution (c). Auckland - New Zealand Bound. History. Auckland had been selected as the capital of New Zealand by Captain Hobson in as he liked the isthmus.

The port is on the east coast of North Island and is situated on the sparkling waters of Waitemata Harbour surrounded by the city.The information on this website cannot be used or reproduced without the express permission of the copyright owner.

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Hi Captain! I had the pleasure of serving under you during my time attached (TAD) to the Ship’s Master-at-Arms department in I was a DP2 serving in S-7 Division under Commander Kalafut for the first 8 months I was on the ship (June –Feb ).

Capt Arthur E. Hill was our CO.