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Devereux Family Papers, 1788-1878.

Author: Devereux family.Acasta (Ship)Alfred (Ship)Camel (Bark)Edwin (Brig)All authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Salem, MA shipping family. Collection contains shipping and personal papers of ship master and merchant James (1766-1846), ship master and attorney John (1796-1856), supercargo James (1806-1831), and attorney Nicholas Devereux. Also includes papers of other family members.
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Named Person: James Cook; Thomas Dean; Elizabeth Ives Devereux; Humphrey Devereux; James Devereux; James Devereux; Mary Crowninshield Devereux; Nicholas Devereux; Nicholas Devereux; John Forsyth; William Marston; Nathaniel Silsbee; William D Waters; William Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Devereux family.; Acasta (Ship); Alfred (Ship); Camel (Bark); Edwin (Brig); Eliza (Ship); Ellen Douglas (Brig); Enterprise (Privateer schooner); Erin (Ship); Essex (Brig); Four Brothers (Schooner); Franklin (Ship); Ganges (Ship); General Stark (Brig); Herald (Ship); Howard (Ship); Louisa (Brig); Mary Ann (Ship); Nancy (Ship); Neptune (Brig); Osprey (Brig); Otter (Brig); Polly (Schooner); Polly (Sloop); Pompey (Ship); Rising States (Schooner); Romp (Brig); St. John (Brig); Union (Schooner); Voador (Brig)
OCLC Number: 643562539
Description: 8 boxes, 1 v. (4 linear feet)
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Salem, MA shipping family. Collection contains shipping and personal papers of ship master and merchant James (1766-1846), ship master and attorney John (1796-1856), supercargo James (1806-1831), and attorney Nicholas Devereux. Also includes papers of other family members.

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