Voyage of Hilliard, Edward from Salem to Barbados in 1690

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 RecID:   393
 Mariner:   Hilliard, Edward
 Origin:   Salem
 Destination:   Barbados
 Duration (mths):   0.0
 Year:   1690
 Wage (£Sterling):   0.00
 Home:   Salem
 Shipowner(s):   Lt. Thomas Gardner, aged 20
 Sources:   Perley III 308; VTEQC 51_103_1/2; CO 33 13;
 Notes:   Ketch, Expectation. Built in 1690 for £341. The route - NE - NY -Conn.-Barbados-Fairfield. Gardner sued Hilliard because the captain, against the orders of Gardner, sailed to Barbados. Joseph Striker, 44, John Morgan, and Sam White, 22, shipped on her. Entered Barbados on Apr 6, 1691 from a place called Paquanork (Pequannock River in Conn.?) carrying beef, pork, staves, hoops, and candles.

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