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Patrick CALLAHAN

Patrick CALLAHAN

Male [BEFORE 1761] - Aft 1796

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  • Name Patrick CALLAHAN 
    Born [BEFORE 1761] 
    Gender Male 
    Birth Bef 1763 
    Occupation Shoemaker 
    Religion Catholic? 
    Residence MA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Loyalists to Canada
      Thedore C Holmes
      p 164
      Callahorn/Callaham, Patrick. He was a Loyalist from Massachusetts who, with his family, moved to the British lines at Penobscot in 1782, where he bought a lot and built a small house. He was a grantee at St Andrews, and in April 1786, was living there.
      Source: The Loyalists of Massachusetts by E Alfred Jones St Catherine Press London 1930

      The Loyalists of Massachusetts: Their Memorials, Petitions and Claims
      Edward Alfred Jones
      Saint Catherine Press, 1930

      p 74
      Patrick Callahan
      This steadfast loyalist removed in 1782 with his family to the British lines at Penobscot, where he bought a small lot of land and built a wooden house. In April 1786, he was living at St Andrews New Brunswick.
    Residence 30 Sep 1777  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Patrick Callon

      Massachusetts State Archives Collection
      Volume 322 Page 180
      Bawltown letter dated 13 September 1777

      A list of the Mens names in the Plantation of Bawltown [Balltown, Whitefield/Jefferson] from sixteen years and upwards agreeable to an act of Cort [sic] December 9th 1776

      Mecres Carr Capt [m Elizabeth Wait s Sylvanus Carr m Lydia Macrest]
      Joshua Little 1st Lieut [m Lydia Brown s Samuel Little m Sarah Follansbee]
      Benjn King 2 Lieut [m Ruth Bartlett s Benjamin King m Sarah Taylor]
      Ephraim Brown Sergt
      Jonathan Bartlett [Sergt] [m Lydia Chase s Christopher Bartlett m Mary Clement]
      Jacob Rowel [Sergt] [m Hannah Carlton s John Rowell m Mary Wadlin]
      James Murphy [Sergt] [b Ireland m Sarah Linsey]
      Samuell Parmer Corpl [Palmer?] [m Ann Pearson s Timothy Palmer m Jane Stickney]
      Samuell Whitman [Corpl] [m Rhoda Parkman s John Whitman m Abigail Hollis]
      Timothy Ferrin [Corpl]
      Thomas Grover [Corpl] [s Benjamin Grover m Mehitable Toothaker]

      Petter Dow [m Elizabeth Huse s Peter Dow m Susannah Page]
      Solln Clark
      Wllm Boynton [m Esther Wyman s Caleb Boynton m Christian Parsons]
      Saml Bawl [Ball]
      John Boynton
      Jeri Brand [Bran, Brann]
      Isaac Brand
      Stephen Belden
      Thoms Cunningham
      Moses Cooper
      Thoms Day
      John Decker
      John Fish
      John Philbrook [Philbrick]
      Ebenezr Philbrook
      Jonathn Philbrook
      Andrew Gledden [Glidden]
      Arnold Gledden
      Asse Heath
      Saml Jonson [Johnson]

      Joseph Rogers
      James Reves [Reeves, Reaves]
      James Turner
      James Shepard
      John Duely [Dooley]
      Ebenez Grover
      Benjn Dow
      Charles Gledden
      Enoch Averil
      Caleb Bartlet [Bartlett]
      Leonard Cooper
      Caleb Cressis? [Curtis? Cressey?]
      Patrick Callon
      James Jonston Davis
      James Emery
      Stephen Grover
      Davi Hutchens [Hutchins, Hitchings]
      Jonathan Heath
      Isaac Heath
      Daniel Lambord
      Nathan Longfello [Longfellow]
      Jonn Norris
      Samll Per????
      Oliver Peasley
      Ezekiel Peasley
      Prince Rogers
      Ezekiel ?

      Ezekiel Sterns [Stearns]
      Thomas Turner
      Nicklas Turner
      Jonah Vining
      John Woodman Senr
      Ralph Chiney [Cheney]
      Willm Carr
      John Woodman Junr
      Abner Ford
      Ebenezer Philbrook Senr?
      Jonathan Bartlet Junr?
      Michael Gledden
      Joseph Bartlett
      Benj Kinney [Kenney]
      Joshua Chamberlin [Chamberlain]
      Richard Turner

      Benjn Stickney Clerk

      Mecres Carr Capt
      Joshua Littl Lieut
      Benjn King Lieut

      Massachusetts State Archives collection, colonial and post colonial period 1626-1806
      Authors: Massachusetts. State Archives
      https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1050952?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Volume 321 -- Treasury (continued--page 104), 1770-1797 ; v. 322 -- Valuations and taxes (continued--page 131-3), 1738-1777.
      Granite Mountain Record Vault
      United States & Canada Film
      2293887
      https://familysearch.org/search/film/007823201?cat=1050952
      Index [528/1579]
      Volume 322 -- Valuations and taxes (continued--page 131-3), 1738-1777 ; v. 323 -- Valuations and taxes (continued--page 141), 1778-1787.
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      2293888
      https://familysearch.org/search/film/007704986?cat=1050952

      Balltown [727/1604]
    Residence 1782  near Penobscot, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Patrick Calahan
      in the UK, American Loyalist Claims, 1776-1835
      Name: Patrick Calahan
      Residence Place: New Brunswick
      Record Type: Memorial
      Piece Description: New Claims
      The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; American Loyalist Claims, Series II; Class: AO 13; Piece: 022
      Patrick Calahan r New Brunswick
      during the late War attached to the British government
      sustained many losses
      1782 within British lines at Penobscot
      purchased small lot unable to pay freight
      12 April 1786
    Residence Aug 1782  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Deed
    Residence 4 Jul 1783  Penobscot, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Downeast Ancestry
      December 1983
      Volume 7 Number 4
      Penobscot Loyalists: A Bicentennial Tribute
      Robert C. Brooks
      p 133
      Penobscot Inhabitants Certified Loyal 1783
      Patrick Callahan
      +10: 4
      -10: 1
      Total: 5
    Residence From 15 Jul 1783 to 25 Mar 1784  Penobscot, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Loyalist Claim
    Residence 1784  Back Lands Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 10 Jun 1784  Passamaquoddy, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 12 Apr 1786  NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Patrick Calahan
      in the UK, American Loyalist Claims, 1776-1835
      Name: Patrick Calahan
      Residence Place: New Brunswick
      Record Type: Memorial
      Piece Description: New Claims
      The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; American Loyalist Claims, Series II; Class: AO 13; Piece: 022
      Patrick Calahan r New Brunswick
      during the late War attached to the British government
      sustained many losses
      1782 within British lines at Penobscot
      purchased small lot unable to pay freight
      12 April 1786
    Residence 5 Oct 1786  St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Volume A Page 220
      No 77
      Patrick Callahan Town of St Andrews
      Joseph Nash Charlotte County
      for and in consideration of 650 acres of land on the Maguadavick River
      5 October 1786
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
      Margaret Callahan [Her mark]
      Wit: Jno Robinson, Geo Wylly
    Residence 14 Jul 1793  St George, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 26 May 1795  St George, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Military 1793? 
    New Brunswick Regiment? 
    Military 24 Jun 1796 
    disch: King's New Brunswick Regiment 
    • New Brunswick Genealogical Society/ Societe Genealogique du Nouveau-Brunswick, Generations
      https://nbgs.ca/upload/files/Generations/1991-1995/Vol%2015-1%20Iss%20055%20Spring%201993.pdf
      Generations: Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society. Issue 55. Spring 1993.
      Page 8
      The Soldiers of the King's New Brunswick Regiment
      Daniel F Johnson
      ...
      Black John, Capt Clinch disch 24 September 1795
      ...
      Page 9
      Callaghan Patrick, -, Capt Clinch, 24 June 1796 discharged
      Dunham Joseph, Pte, Capt Clinch, enlisted 8 June 1793
      Dunham Samuel. Pte, Capt Clinch, enlisted 8 June 1793
      ...
      Page 10
      Goldsmith Henry, Ensign, Return 01 officers, 25 June 1794. Lt, Promoted vice Upham, 25 June 1796
      ...
      Page 11
      Parker William, Capt Campbell, enlisted 3 November 1797
    Died Aft 1796 
    Person ID I49146  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 19 May 2020 

    Family Margaret 
    Family ID F14950  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Balltown Loyalists Map Schematic
    Balltown Loyalists Map Schematic

  • Notes 
    • In the first index for the Charlotte County Registry books, there is an entry "James Joyce to Patrick Callahan Deed B 17x" There is no indication of the new page number for Volume B or the location of the property. There is no mention of the transaction in the grantee index under Callahan.

      There is also another entry "Morris Fitzgerald to Patrick Callahan Deed B 18x Parish St George," but again doesn't appear in the opposite index.

      There is another entry "Joanna Joice to Patrick Callahan Deed B 282" no parish listed. This deed does not appear at that location, and does not appear at the opposite entry.

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/004152542?cat=1469002
      I have browsed through image 400.


      In Lincoln County, Charles Callahan appears to have owned the Benjamin King mill lot # 86 on the west side of the river and 33 opposite side in Balltown. More research needed.
    • Pownalborough 1766: Nil
      Pownalborough 1771: Nil
      Pownalborough 1777: Nil
      Pownalborough 1783: John Kellehan
      Early NB Probate: Nil
      Johnson's Vitals: Nil
      St Andrews Assessment 1822: Saml Callaghan [P]
      Penobscot Journal 1782: Nil
      Penobscot Inhabitants Certified Loyal 1783: Patrick Callahan 4 over 10, 1 under 10.
      Back Lands 1784: 1 woman, 50 acres
      Return 1784: No children evident
      Washington County: William Callahan family from Massachusetts. See below.
      Artificers: Nil
      Petitions: Nil, wife.
      Old Soldiers: Nil
      All Saints Anglican: Nil
      Maine Revolutionary Soldiers: Charles Callahan Pownalborough
      Lincoln County Registry Books 1767-1788: Nil. Rechecked master index.
      Saint John Registry Books: Nil
      Eastport Sentinel: Nil
      ECW: Patrick Callahan Massachusetts St Andrews
      Holmes: Grantee
      NBGS Anglican 20 May 2020: Nil
      FTM Maine marriages: Nil
      French and Indian: Nil

      Samuel Callahan m Hannah Eastman s William Callahan m Lydia Colson r Washington County b Gloucester, Essex

      Possibly the son of Charles Callahan m Rebecca Morton
    • Balltown Land East side Sheepscot

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/352440?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land records, 1761-1912; indexes to land records, 1761-1901
      Authors: Lincoln County (Maine). Register of Deeds

      Land records v. 52-53 1803-1804
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11384
      8096930
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008096930?cat=352440
      Volume 53 Page 26
      [335/574]
      Patrick Callahan cordwainer Ballstown
      Stephen & Ebenezer Grover yeomen Ballstown
      26 pounds
      200 acres in Ballstown
      warranty
      beginning at the southwest corner of John Duly's land at a hemlock tree marked on four sides & standing on the bank of the River on the east side
      thence running southeast 1 mile to a tree marked on 4 sides
      thence running southwest 100 poles to a spruce marked on 4 sides
      thence northwest to the river aforeaid
      thence up the river as the river runs to the first mentioned bounds
      - August 1782
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
      Wit: James Ayers, Benj Woodbridge
      Newcastle August 13 1783
      Recd July 8 1803
    • Lot 73

      Volume A Page 159 [162/485]
      No 37
      8 September 1784
      Patrick Callahan shoemaker Town of St Andrews
      Daniel Ross merchant Town of St Andrews
      75 pounds current money of Nova Scotia
      all that messuage or tenement situate in Waweig
      Lot 73
      John Bowler on the south
      William Gammons on the north
      Patrick Callahan
      Margaret Callahan
      Wit: John Dowling, Andrew Martin

      Volume A Page 161 [164/485]
      No 38
      15 December 1784
      Daniel Ross Parr Town
      Stanton Hazard merchant Parr Town
      75 pounds currenct of Nova Scotia
      Lot 73
      15 December 1784
      Daniel Ross
      Wit: Charles McPherson, Francis Welch

      HAZARD: Stanton Hazard born 8 Jan 1743 at Newport, RI, died 1789, s/o Robert Hazard and Esther Stanton: m. 3 Jul 1785 Elizabeth Wickham b. - , d. 22 Sep 1801: had one child who died young.
      Source: MC1156 Graves Papers: Stanton Hazard, 1 page.

      Volume A Page 183 [186/485]
      No 49
      31 May 1786
      Stanton Hazard merchant City of St John
      Capt Henry Goldsmith City of St John
      80 pounds currency of Nova Scotia
      Lot 73
      John Bowler on the North
      William Gammons on the South
      Stanton Hazard
      Wit: Nathum Jones, Jahl B Mumford

      Volume B Page 223
      [226/753]
      No 526 Mortgage
      30 November 1786
      Henry Goldsmith gentleman Charlotte County and wife Mary
      Andrew Bruce Esq Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Fifty Fourth Regiment of Foot
      penal sum 600 pounds debt
      payment 300 pounds
      further sum 5 shillings
      Lot 73 bounded by John Bowler on the south
      William Gammons on the north
      front of 50 rods
      also
      Lot 72
      20 November 1786
      Ward Chipman
      Wit: Ward Chipman, Jos Sewell Junr

      Volume B Page 231 [234/753]
      No 532
      Mortgage
      30 March 1793
      Henry Goldsmith Esq Town of St Andrews
      James Stewart and John McGeorge City of St John
      Penal sum of 1200 pounds owed
      further sum of 5 shillings
      Lot 72 and 73
      Henry Goldsmith
      Mary Goldsmith
      Wit: C Hatch, H B Brown

      [No disposal by Stewart or McGeorge]

      [No acquisition by Walton or Dunn or Disposal by Dunn]

      14 July 1806 John Dunn to Joseph Walton [No deed filed Charlotte County or Saint John County]

      Volume I Page 158 [161/553]
      No 122
      Joseph Walton farmer St Andrews
      George Hitchings Town of St Andrews
      275 pounds
      all those 2 lots of land on the "Wauwig" Lot 72 and Lot 73 formerly the property of Henry Goldsmith Esqr deeded to me by John Dunn Esqr 14 July 1806
      Formerly the property of Henry Goldsmith Esqr deeded to Walton by John Dunn Esqr by virtue of a power of attorney 14 July 1806
      200 acres
      17 July 1823
      Joseph Walton
      Sarah Walton
      Wit: Colin Capmpbell, Samuel Watts

      Volume U Page 220 [223/819]
      No 339
      Elizabeth Hitchings St Andrews
      George Hitchings St Andrews
      for in consideration of the terms of license after named have leased & farm lot and as by these presents lease & farm lot unto
      Lots 72 & 73 on which the Elizabeth now resides
      bounded on the eastern side of the Waweig tide water
      northerly by lands owned and occupied by Mrs Little [Lot 74] and by lands occupied by Isaac Budd on the south [Lot 71]
      and being the same farm lots on which I the said Elizabeth Hitchings does now reside
      also one other lot of land bounded north by the farm lot on which the Revd Amos Hitchings does now reside and south by lands owned by Jesse Bartlett and the above named George Hitchings
      300 acres
      also certain farm utilities, neat stock, household furniture, goods and chattles
      1 ox cart, 1 horse cart, 1 horse waggon & harness, 1 plough, 1 harrow ox John ox chains and all other implements
      28 April 1846
      Elizabeth Hitchings
      Wit: Joseph Moore
    • Lot 4 Block H Bulkley's Division St Andrews granted to Patrick Calihorn

      Volume A Page 219
      No 76
      Joseph Nash Charlotte County
      Patrick Callahan Charlotte County
      for and in consideration of a certain Town lotin St Andrews
      650 "acres on the Maguadavick River in Block Number four four hundred and fifty one hundred letter F and one hundred letter D"
      5 October 1786
      Joseph Nash
      Alice Nash
      Wit: Jno Robinson, Geor Wylly

      Volume A Page 220
      No 77
      Patrick Callahan Town of St Andrews
      Joseph Nash Charlotte County
      for and in consideration of 650 acres of land on the Maguadavick River
      5 October 1786
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
      Margaret Callahan [Her mark]
      Wit: Jno Robinson, Geo Wylly
    • Patrick Callahan
      Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940
      Name: Patrick Callahan
      Spouse's Name: Margaret Daulton
      Event Date: 02 Aug 1773
      Event Place: Saint Josephs,Philadelphia,Philadelphia,Pennsylvania
      Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940
      Document Information:
      Indexing Project (Batch) Number M50425-1
      System Origin Pennsylvania-ODM
      GS Film number 496869
      Citing this Record
      "Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2XW-JGP : 6 December 2014), Patrick Callahan and Margaret Daulton, 02 Aug 1773; citing Saint Josephs,Philadelphia,Philadelphia,Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 496,869.
    • First Families

      CALLAGHAN: Patrick Callaghan: came from Massachusetts to NB in 1783 with his family as Loyalists: they settled at St. Andrews in Charlotte County.
      Source: MC80/1720 Theodore C. Holmes? Loyalists to Canada: the 1783 settlement of Quakers and others at Passamaquoddy, page 164.

      CALLAGHAN: Samuel Callaghan b. c1788 in Jonesport, ME, died before 1860 in Princeton, ME, m. c1814 Hannah Eastman b. c1792 in St. Andrews, Charlotte County, NB, d. after 1870 in Maine: family settled for a time in NB:
      The following children had some connection to NB:
      1) William Callaghan b. 4 Jul 1815 in Eastport, ME, d. 1 Dec 1895 Chippewa Falls, WI: m. Aug 1836 in Calais, ME, Sarah Jane Campbell b. 10 Sep 1819 in Saint John, NB, died 18 Mar 1911 in Chippewa Falls, d/o James Campbell: 2) Thomas Callaghan born c1818 in St. George, Charlotte County, NB: went to Calais by 1850:
      3) Mary Hannah Callaghan born 31 Jul 1827 St. Stephen, NB, m. about Mar 1845 in Calais, William Cochran b. c1821 in NB: settled in Calais: Samuel and Hannah had six more children born in Maine.
      Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks? Calais Maine families, pages 25-26.
    • Thomas Callahan
      in the Massachusetts, Death Records, 1841-1915
      Name: Thomas Callahan
      Gender: Male
      Age: 69 7 21
      d 180 Marginal Street
      Seaman
      Single
      Birth Date: abt 1822
      Birth Place: Wiscasset, Maine
      Death Date: 20 Apr 1891
      Death Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
      Father: Thomas Callahan b Wiscasset
      Mother: Mary Mitchel
      New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; Massachusetts Vital Records, 1840?1911
      pneumonia 1 week
    • American (Loyalist) Migrations, 1765-1799
      Maine
      Patrick Callahan. r Penobscot. Memorial St Andrews 1786. In 1782 he retired with his family to British lines at Penobscot and purchased a lot near Fort George. He took down his house a few days before the evacuation to bring it with him to NB, but there was no room in the transports and he was unable to pay freight. Claim for a house and a lot at Penobscot. (13/22/37-39)
    • Lincoln County Registry Books -1790

      [Others in early books. Re check master Index.]

      [17/674]
      Book 4
      Silvester Gardiner to Charles Callihan 176 Pownalborough [191/]

      [155/674]
      Book 8 1770-1772
      Silvester Gardiner to Charles Callahan 63 [Balltown mill lots Benjamin King number 86 west side, 33 east side.]

      Book 9 1772-1773
      Silvester Gardiner to Charles Callahan 114 Pownalborough [422/580]

      [157/674]
      Book 8 1770-1772
      Charles Callahan to Silvester Gardiner 33
    • Patrick Calahan
      in the UK, American Loyalist Claims, 1776-1835
      Name: Patrick Calahan
      Residence Place: New Brunswick
      Record Type: Memorial
      Piece Description: New Claims
      The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; American Loyalist Claims, Series II; Class: AO 13; Piece: 022
      ...
      resided at Penobscot and St Andrews from 15 July 1783 - 25 March 1784
      ...
      St Andrews 8 April 1786
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
    • 650 acres Magaguadavick

      The 400 acres granted to Joseph Nash is on Lake Utopia, just north of William Paine grant
      For William Paine to Gideon Vernon see Volume A Page 387 [390/485] 1000 acres 19 April 1786. Also Vernon by power of Attorney to Joshua Knight Volume C Page 387 29 Novemer 1806

      https://archives.gnb.ca/Search/RS686/Details.aspx?culture=en-CA&Key=40332
      Index to New Brunswick Land Grants, 1784 - 1997 (RS686)
      Name NASH, Joseph
      Volume NS-1
      Page 84
      Grant number 22
      Place Magaguadavic River
      County Sunbury
      Date 1785-02-09
      Accompanying plan No
      Acres 400
      Microfilm F16300
      Comment Re-registered NS Grant of 1784/04/04
      Other names on this grant (53):

      Volume A Page 219
      No 76
      Joseph Nash Charlotte County
      Patrick Callahan Charlotte County
      for and in consideration of a certain Town lot in St Andrews
      650 "acres on the Maguadavick River in Block Number four four hundred and fifty one hundred letter F and one hundred letter D"
      5 October 1786
      Joseph Nash
      Alice Nash
      Wit: Jno Robinson, Geor Wylly

      Volume A Page 220
      No 77
      Patrick Callahan Town of St Andrews
      Joseph Nash Charlotte County
      for and in consideration of 650 acres of land on the Maguadavick River
      5 October 1786
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
      Margaret Callahan [Her mark]
      Wit: Jno Robinson, Geo Wylly

      Volume B Page 282
      No 571
      Mortgage
      [285/753]
      Patrick Callahan shoemaker St George
      Samuel Ash and Paul Oliver (late of Cobscook) but now of the Parish of Saint George...yeomen
      50 pounds
      lowermost 400 acres in Block No 4 and adjoining to lands convveyed by William Paine Esquire unto Gideon Vernon
      15 May 1793
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
      Margaret Callahan [Her mark]
      Wit: Hugh MacKay, Isabella Taylor

      Volume B page 396
      [399/753]
      No 691
      Samuel Ash yeoman St George
      Patrick Callaghan shoemaker St George
      25 pounds
      200 acres on the Maguaguadavick River in St George
      part of Block No 4 adjoining lands conveyed by William Paine Esq to Gideon Vernon
      10 April 1795
      Samuel Ash [His mark]
      Elizabeth Ash [Her mark]
      Wit: James Neil, Alexander Mill
    • https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/293490?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Valuations, 1780-1811
      Authors: Massachusetts. General Court. Valuation Committe
      Taxes 1780, Cape Elizabeth - Scarborough Taxes 1783, Arundel - York Taxes 1784, Arundel - Plantation of Wales
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      959904
      7903152
      Pownalborough Assessment 1783: Jno Kellehan 1 poll, 30 Real estate, 4 Personal estate
    • Malcolm Blair Lot Opposite Point Midjik at the mouth of the Magaguadavick

      Volume B Page 339
      [342/753]
      Thomas Kendrick yeoman Campobello
      Patrick Callahan yeoman St George
      - pounds
      100 acres in St George near or opposite the Point Magid?
      same lot formerly possessed by Malcolm Blair and by him sold to William Green 1785 to me 1792
      14 July 1793
      Thomas Kendrick
      Mary Kendrick
      Wit: Philip Stanton, John Beston