Source The Keith Matthews Name Files (surname Kennedy) Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Entry for name of Terrance Kennedy:
1815 Dec. 18 Hg Surr Ct execution agst terence of Belliste for 15/4/- suit of h c watts
Interpretation : Dec 18/1815 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records
Notes: Terence, probably owner of the ship Belleste was sued for 15 pounds sterling, 4 shillings by H.C. Watts.
1815 Dec 18 Hg Surr Ct Terence, H C Watts had obtained judgement agst him for writ of execution now granted
Interpretation: Dec 18/1815 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records
Notes: H.C. Watts had obtained judgement against Terrence. A writ of execution is now granted.
1814 /Dec 2 cb writs Terence of Crockers Cove sued for L26 by H C Watts
Interpretation: December 2 1814 Source: Newfoundland. Conception Bay Court Records Writs Notes: Self explained
1815 Dec 18 HG Surr Ct Terrence sued for L26 by H C Watts. Court learnt he had delivered fish worth
L 10/16/ - to Watts on 19. to pay b l c e 15/4/-
Interpretation: Dec 18 1815 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records
Notes: Terrence was sued by H.C. Watts for 26 Pounds. He already delivered fish to Watts worth 10 Pound 16
Shillings and had to pay the remaining 15 Pound 4 Shillings
SOURCE Ships and Seafarers of Atlantic Canada CD, Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Thanks to Len for the look up.
90 ton Schooner. (63'x19'x10'), b. 1820 Belle Island, Conception Bay.
S820016, closed. 1825 - Registered De Novo.
Owners: James, William and John Pitts, Farmers/Planters of Belle Island, Newfoundland
(Length x Width x Depth)
b. - built
c. - closed
o# - official number
u/k - unknown
F/P - Farmer/Planter
Fm - Fisherman
T/D - Trader/Dealer
Sch. - Schooner
LAS - Lost at sea
B/U - Broken up
RDN - Registered De Novo
NLE - No Longer Exists / No Information Available
XNP - Transfered to a New Port