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Granville Hough's Ship Listing H-I





AMERICAN MARITIME UNITS AND VESSELS AND THEIR SUPPORTERS DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1775-1783), (INCLUDING FRENCH AND SPANISH) (H - I)




by Granville W. Hough



-H/I-


In the following listings of vessels, boats were small open vessels propelled by oars or sails and included whaleboats, longboats, cutters, barges, flatboats, shallops, and similar vessels. They operated close to shore. Brigs and brigantines were two-masted vessels, most capable of transatlantic voyages. A brig could be rigged as a brigantine. Galleys were low, single-decked vessels propelled by oars or sails which were used for coastal and river defense. Schooners were small vessels of two or more masts rigged fore and aft, capable of carrying guns and fighting at sea. Sloops were small single-masted vessels rigged fore and aft. Pilot boats were light sloops required in harbors. Ships were ocean-going vessels of three or more masts, though large brigs or schooners were sometimes listed as ships. Ships used for prisons by the British and by the Americans were generally de-masted hulks. Prison ships are included as their records of prisoners are valuable.


Haast U…  
R81I:308-309, Dutch ship from Middleburg, Capt Cornelius Van Kakum, captured by British privateers in 1781 at Demerary.


Hague.  
Griffin:249, Continental Navy frigate built in France and brought to the U. S. in 1778.  It was commanded by Capt John Manley of Marblehead, MA, in May 1783.  Bryant:105, RM9:909, sold at auction after the war. Ford1783:438, 446, sale. It had formerly been the Deane, which see .


Halifax.  
ND1:14, 116, 124, 537, HM schooner, Capt Joseph Nunn, ran aground and was totally lost, 1775.  ND1:326, 914, 1202, 1282, this may be the schooner, purchased May 1775 at Halifax and commanded at one time by Capt John de la Touche.  ND3:151, Lt William Quarme replaced De la Touche, late 1775.


Halifax prison ships.  GWA:625, ships used in 1777, later Halifax prison and hospital.  Names of the ship have not been recovered, except fot the Belogna.


Halifax.  
Capture:37, ND6:1111, ND8:163, British brigantine, Capt Richard Hinckly, captured by the privateer schooner General Putnam but later retaken by the British.  Force:5:III:1527, this may be the American prize recaptured by the British Milford in 1776.


Halifax.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND6:1114, British sloop, Capt John McGregor, from Cork, captured 1776.


Halifax.  
ND7:810, British sloop, Capt M’George, bound for Newfoundland, captured and taken into New England, 1776.


Halifax.  
ND6:885, 1068, packet, Capt Bolderson, probably British, active, fall 1776.


Halifax.  
CPT:208, British schooner captured in Sep 1777 by the CT sloop Revenge.  
ND10:56, 556,  libelled in CT Admiralty Court, 1777.  C69.


Halifax.  
The American ship Ranger, 18 guns, captured at the 1781 fall of Charleston, SC, was converted into a Royal Navy vessel called Halifax.


 Halifax Adventure.  
ND10:1209, British schooner, Capt Hill/Hull, 80 tons, Penobscot to Halifax, taken by Hawke, 2 Oct 1781.


Halifax Bob.  
Allen:327, ND10:1209, British schooner, Capt Henderkin, 40 tons, captured 3 May 1781 by the American schooner William and taken into Pepperrelborough, tried 29 Jun 1781.


Halifax Packet.  
ND7:943, ND10:1205, British schooner, Capt Eliphalet Smith, 70 tons, Halifax to New York, captured by the Washington, 14 Jan 1777.


Halifax Rover.  
ND10:1208, British schooner, Capt Ranger, 25 tons, Nova Scotia, taken by Morningstar, 21 Nov 1780.


Hamburg.  
C26, MD brig, 18 guns, 8 swivels, 35 men, Capt G. Blackwell, active May 1782.


Hamburg.  
C112, PA brigantine, 10 guns, 30 men, Capt James Forbes, active 1 Jan 1783.


Hamilton.  
ND10:1210, British schooner, Capt Bradford, 75 tons, to Liverpool, N. S., taken by Three Friends, 15 Apr 1783.


Hamlin/Hamden.  
NR:323, LCP:108/109, CTP:103, LM CT sloop, 12 guns, 55 men, Capt David Brooks, Aug 1780, took one prize, the British brigantine Agnes.


Hamlin.  
NR:323, CTP:104, LCP:108/109, LM CT sloop, 6 guns 12 men, Capt Timothy Starr, May 1781, took one prize.


Hammond.  
McMA:141, British privateer schooner, 50 tons, captured Aug 1782, along with a schooner prize of the Hammond,  by the MA Winthrop,


Hammon/Hammond.  
Howe:432, privateer schooner operating in 1777.  Allen:160, 161, one or two MA privateer schooners, 2 guns, 25 men, Capt Jacob Oliver, 10 Dec 1777, and Jonathan Woodman 24 Dec 1777.  Capture:37, armed privateer schooner run ashore at L’Have, N. S., and captured before 13 Apr 1778.


Hamond/Hammond.  
ND8:64, ND9:98, 800, 937, ND10:337, Antiguan privateer sloop, seized by the Royal Navy, 1777.  ND5:770, possibly the sloop mentioned 1776.  (It would appear this was a British sloop which got into trouble with the Royal Navy.)


Hampden.  
ND1:1214, ??? vessel, mentioned as arriving at Montego Bay, Jamaica, Aug 1775.  No other info, but probably British..


Hampden.  ND1:1214, ND2:872, 883, New York pilot boat, Capt Francis James, taken by British at New York, Nov 1775.


Hampden.  
ND4:262-263, 1151, pilot boat, pilot Isaac Simonson, in Mar 1776 was seized by New York City HMS Nautilus and retained as a tender.  William Douglas was apparently the owner.  The Cont. Congress was asked for reimbursement.  Later, the British master was Capt Snell.


Hampden, 14 guns.  
Smith:77-78, 118, ND6:1331, ND7:1318, ND8:1025, ND9:938, ND10:116, 738, 743, Continental Navy brigantine purchased in 1776, condemned in 1776, Capts Hoysteed Hacker, Thomas Weaver, Ezekiel Burroughs, sold at Providence, RI in 1777.  This may be the vessel which was with the Alfred on a cruise when it, the Hampden, struck a sunken rock and had to return to Newport in Oct 1776, where it was condemned.  ND5:770 shows a sloop.  Ford1776:715, 861.


Hampden.  
ND6:607, 613, packet boat, Capt T. P. Braithwaite, probably American, active fall, 1776,


Hampden.  
Allen:161, Howe:401, 434, R78:99, ND5:1022, ND11:740, MA privateer brigantine, 14 guns, 100 men, operating in Jul 1777 under Capt Benjamin Warren of Salem; under John Bartlett in Nov 1777; captured under Capt John Ashton after Jul 1778 (when it was listed as a schooner by Howe).  ND10:46, 89, in 1777 it captured the Fanny, Wilson.  
C18 shows the Hampden captured in Jan 1779.  


Hampden.  
Allen:161-162, MA privateer schooner, 8 swivels, 20 men, Capt John Lander in Oct 1777, and with 6 guns, 40 men, Jul 1778 under John Ashton.  (This may be the vessel captured and shown above.)


Hampden.  
FW3:836, American vessel, 20 guns, captured before Jul 1780 by Sir George Collier’s fleet.  JA6:396, 7:136, 343.


Hampden.  
SchV:54, Fowler:113, NH state ship of 30 guns, Capt Titus Salter, deserted at Penobscot in 1779 and taken by British.  Maclay:135, Smith:206, 213, privateer of 22 guns and 150 men contracted for as a NH State ship in the Penobscot Expedition in 1779.  She was later captured off Penobscot Bay, Jul 1779, and used by the British.


Hampden.  
C246, SC or RI vessel, Capt Thomas Pickering, who died in battle 8 Mar 1778.


Hampdon.  
SchV:52, ND11:644, American ship, 10 guns, 64 men, captured in the West Indies 28 Feb  1778 by the British Seaford.


Hampshire.  
ND8:1016, Cont. Navy Brig, Capt John Roche, renamed Ranger.


Hampton.  
McM:437, British brig, prize of Black Prince, sent to France, 1779.


Hampton.  
Coggins:102, VANavy:155, brigantine in VA Navy, 1777.  Kamenkow:226, PA Capt George Stewart, captured before Nov 1782 (this may be a different vessel.)


Hampton.  
C297, PA privateer, Capt George Stewart, captured some time after Nov 1782 by the British Alert.


Hampton Packet.  
NR:323, CTP:105, LCP:108/109, Appeals Case 100, LM CT sloop, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Thomas Wickham, Oct 1781, took two prizes.  NLHS:I:IV:28 shows Capt. Tobey and T. Markham, probably a misreading for Wickham.


Hanbury.  
ND2:395, ??? ship, Capt James Thomas, probably British, active 1775.


Hancock, 16 guns.  
ND1:825, ND3:1353, ND4:1457, ND5:908, ND6:853, 1385, ND7:1021, ND8:285, Howe:430, Smith:33, ND11:654, Continental schooner in Washington's New England Navy, 1775, Capts Nicholas Broughton, John Manley, and Samuel Tucker, returned to owners, Jan 1777.  Manley:5, schooner of Col. John Glover of Beverly.


Hancock.  
McM:190, PANavy:406n13, ND5:592, ND6:93, 194, 527, ND7:619, PA privateer brig, Capt Wingate Newman, granted LM, 15 Jun 1776, passes for Delaware River and Bay.  
Allen:162, MA/PA privateer brigantine/brig, 12 guns, 60 men, Capt Wingate Newman, Sep 1776, Capt Daniel McNeill, Nov 1776.  Crewman listed in MAS.


Hancock.  
Smith:27, Continental gondola, in Lake Champlain fleet of 1776.


Hancock.  
PANavy:339, PA river galley, 1 gun, 1775-78.  R76I:364, ND2:425,  ND3:1322, ND4:1366, ND5:858, ND6:6, ND7:1250, Capt Thomas Moore in 1776.


Hancock, 13 guns.  Maclay:76, PA gunboat and river galley, 1776.  ND8:192, ND9:787, 942, 974, Capt Thomas Moore in 1777.


Hancock.  
ND9:891, Allen:162-163, MA privateer sloop from Wareham, 8 guns, 50 men, Capt James Sellers in June 1777, Capt John Sellers in Sep 1777, Capt James Southard in 1783.  JA5:299.


Hancock.  
Connor:346fn (1876), privateer captured by the British in 1777.


Hancock, 32 guns.  
ND3:210, Connor:167fn (1878), Smith:79-80, 115, 260, Continental Navy frigate, 1777.  ND4:1286, ND8:1044, ND9:803, ND10:761, ND11:184-185, FW3:836, Buel:86, 95, 313, SchV:53, DaviesXIII:816, 863, Blatchford:47, Capt John Manley, captured by the British Rainbow, Sir John Collier, off Sandy Hook 8 Jul 1777 and renamed HMS Iris.  
Manley:??, taken by the de Grasse fleet in Chesapeake Bay and put into the de Grasse fleet.  ND9:47, 136, 224, 40, captured British Fox, Littleton, Patty, and U/I coal sloop.   JA5:271,8:25.  When the Iris became old it was made into a powder hulk in Toulon, France, where the British blew it up in 1793.


Hancock.  
Allen:163, ND11:764, MA privateer ship of war, Capt Thomas Snoden, Apr 1778, formerly HM packet Weymouth.  ND10:924, this may be the privateer which captured the Arthur and Betty, Eleanor.


Hancock.  
ND10:??? ship, probably American, Capt Thomas Cowell, active 1777.


Hancock.  
NR:323, Howard:214, CTP:106, LCP:108/109, LM CT sloop, 10 guns, 80, Capt Thomas Chester, Jr, Sep 1778, in West Indies in 1779 commanded by Capt Leister, took at least 13 prizes before being captured in the Iquebo River and sent to the West Indies, Mar 1781.  R81I:309, American sloop from New London at Demerary captured in 1781.  C57 shows for Capt Chester captures of the sloop Nova Scotia, schooner Experiment, schooner Friendship, sloop Hazard, and the schooner Greyhound.


Hancock.  
Smith:92, American privateer whose Marines occupied Burlington, NJ, in the Trenton-Princeton Campaign.  Macclay:115, 135, in action in 1778.


Hancock.  Emmons:42/43, Maclay:136, CT brig of 18 guns, 110 men, Capt Peter Richard captured three British brigs in Aug 1779.  NLHS:I:IV:28, also shows Capt. Elisha Hinman. Hancock.  
C152, CT sloop, 10 guns, 80 men, Capt Elisha Hinman in 1779.  He helped capture the British Gamecock, Mulberry, Bellona, Lady Erskine.


Hancock.  
NR:323, LCP:108/109, LM CT brigantine, 18 guns, 110 men, Capt Lodowick Champlin, Oct 1781, Capt Peter Richards, Jul 1782. CTP:108, privateer brigantine, 16 guns, 90 men, Capt Lodowick Champlin, took two prizes, 1781-82.   C54, Capt Champlin’s prizes in 1779 were the British schooner Little William and the Jamaican brig Strumpet.  
His 1782 prizes were the British brigantine Thetis, and the schooner Mercury.


Hancock.  
CTP:107, privateer brigantine, 18 guns, 110 men, Capt Peter Richards, later Capt Joseph Conkling, 1782/83.  C69, Capt Conkling took the British Lyon Apr 1783.


Hancock.  
NR:324, LCP:108/190, LM CT brigantine, 8 guns, 16 men, Capt Hezekiah Perkins, Sep 1782.


Hancock.  
NR:324, LCP:108/109, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 14 men, Capt William Finch, Jan 1782.


Hancock & Adams.  
DaviesX:64, ND2:671, ND3:1323, ND4:1059, ND5:1031, ND6:1078, ND7:481, ND11:909, vessel of Boston, Capt Charles Forest, in Aug 1775 was seeking gunpowder at Dublin Castle. Augur:86, munitions runner, Capt Samuel Smith, Jr,  said to have arrived in Lisbon, Portugal, from Philadelphia, in 1776.  ND10:1157, 1164, captured illegally by the Swallow, probably late 1777, and carried into Falmouth, England.  Ford1776:943, 950, Ford1777:839.  JA6:77.


Hancock & Randolph.  
C184, British brig, captured 20 May 1781 by the CT schooner Eliza, Capt William Leeds.


Hancock Rose.  
CTP:255, British vessel captured by Fairfield, CT, privateers.


Hancolt.  
ND4:1376, VA brig, Capt John Southcomb, seized by Mr. John Fletcher, early 1776.


Hannah.  
Appeals:xxxv, 162-974, the sloop vs Ellis.


Hannah.  
ND3:602, British or Tory vessel captured by Capt Manley in Dec 1775.


Hannah.  
ND2:394, ??? schooner, Capt Josiah Parsons, probably British, active 1775.


Hannah.  
ND2:1375, ??? schooner, Capt John McGibbons, probably British, active 1775.


Hannah.  
ND2:14, 1376, ??? sloop, Capt Henry Lascelles Wynne, probably British, active 1775.


Hannah.  
ND2:1357, ??? sloop, Capt Collier, probably British, active 1775.


Hannah.  
ND1:1368, 1383, ??? schooner, Capt Nathaniel Bosworth, probably British, active in 1775.


Hannah.  
ND1, 1361, 1384, ??? schooner, Capt Theophilus Russell, probably British, active in 1775.


Hannah.  
ND2:1351, ??? sloop, Capt William Walter Humphreys, probably British, active 1775.


Hannah.  
ND2:1360, ??? sloop, Capt Robert Jervis, probably British, active 1775.


Hannah.  
Force:5:III:1528, British vessel, Capt Lane, Londonderry to St Ubes, released, 1776.


Hannah.  
Force:5:III:1528, British vessel, Capt Beverly, Newfoundland to Lisbon, captured 1776.


Hannah.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND7:113, 167, 642, British schooner, Capt Henry Davis, Dominica to Newfoundland, , captured by Favourite, 1776.


Hannah.  
ND???, brig, Capt John McNachtane, probably British, active in 1776.


Hannah.  
R77:108, ND7:1071, 1191, ND8:427, Paullin:475, ND8:159, 427, British prize schooner, Capt William Wilkinson, bound for London, captured by the NY Montgomery Apr 1777, sold in Baltimore, MD, 1777.


Hannah.  
ND7:516, probably a British ship, Capt Southworth Colin, active, late 1776.


Hannah.  
ND8:434, British brigantine captured by American Portsmouth, 1777.


Hannah.  
ND8:340, 361, 528, C36, British brig, Capt Henry Bailey, captured by CT sloop Charming Sally, and taken into Boston, Feb 1777.


Hannah.  
McM:11, British brig, prize of MA, 1777.  ND8:841, possibly the brig captured by Expeiment.


Hannah.  
NLHS:I:IV:42, British sloop libeled in May 1777 by the Mifflin, Capt John Kerr.


Hannah.  
ND10:1209, schooner, Capt Flint, 1777, probably one of those below.


Hannah.  
M880:3, prize schooner, apparently captured in 1777, with NY Titus Conkling drawing prize money in Jul 1777 for John Wyers, Richard Kenneght, and Joseph Talkentine.  This is probably the British vessel captured by NY sloop Montgomery, cargo sold in Baltimore for 11,281 pounds.


Hannah.  
McM:341, British schooner, prize of PA sloop Comet, sold in NJ, Sep 1778.


Hannah.  
Eastman:58, British privateer brig captured by Americans and sent to New Bedford in 1779.


Hannah.  
ND10:1208, British schooner, Capt Webber, 20 tons, Nova Scotia fisherman, taken by Cato, 25 Jul 1780.


Hannah.  
CTP:163, Mc:409, British privateer ship, Capt Christopher Cheeseman (Capt Watson), 16 carriage guns (6 pounders), cargo worth 80,000 pounds sterling, most valuable prize taken by a CT privateersman, captured 31 July 1781 by the brigantine Minerva, Capt Dudley Saltonstall, who had been dismissed after his poor performance at Penobscot.  C269.


Hannah.  
Appeals Case 74, British sloop, Capt Abraham Davis, captured at Gloucester County, NJ, 5 Mar 1781.


Hannah.  
NR10:1209, British schooner, Capt Flint, 20 tons, Yarmouth, N. S. fisherman, taken by John Dolandson, 22 May 1781.


Hannah.  
Rider:4, packet boat of Providence, RI, Capt Thomas Lindsey, chased by British in 1772, but she escaped; however, the British Gaspeé went aground and was burned by local militia.


Hannah, 4 guns.  
ND1:1287, 1291, ND2:19, 280, 368, 362, ND4:138, Smith:32-33, M:72, Continental schooner, the first  built, under Capt Nicholson Broughton, 1775, returned to owners, Nov 1775.  She captured the Unity, but had to return her, and she fought the Nautilus.


Hannah.  
Eller:14, schooner from Baltimore to Barbados, included tobacco in its cargo, early 1775, probably American.


Hannah.  
ND3:1368, vessel from Georgetown, SC, Capt Joseph Towner, to Baltimore, MD, May 1775.


Hannah.  
ND3: 1370, schooner, Capt Isaac Van Bebber, entered Baltimore from Jamaica 18 Dec 1775.


Hannah.  
ND3:997, whaling schooner, Capt Elisha Doane, Jr, owner, captured on return off Cape Cod by the British Savage, Capt Hugh Bromedge, and carried into Boston, Jan 1776.


Hannah.  
ND3:684, ND4:1370, ND5:819, American brig, Capt Elijah Luce, Annapolis to Eustatius, Jan 1776.   
ND4:1168, brig, Capt Luce, sent by MD to West Indies for gunpowder, Jan 1776. Hannah.  
ND6:1029, 1170, American sloop, Capt Sylvester Gray, from the West Indies, captured in Sep 1776 by HM schooner Porcupine, Lt James Cotes.


Hannah.  
ND4:1480, sloop, Capt Timothy Ingraham, RI to Santa Croix, 4 Apr 1776.


Hannah.  DaviesX:75, Philadelphia brig, Capt James Neil/Neale, arrived at Dunkirk, Aug 1775.  ND4:180, brigantine, Capt James Neale, brought gunpowder from Holland to Philadelphia in Mar 1776.


Hannah.  
ND4:683, ND5:213, sloop, Capt Isaac Buck, owner James Howell, from West Indies, captured and sent to Halifax by HMS Phoenix in early 1776.


Hannah.  
RM4:542, schooner, Capt Bell, chartered in 1776 era to move arms and ammunition, accounts being settled by Robert Morris in Apr 1782.


Hannah.  
Howe:330fn, brigantine prize, 250 tons, sold at auction in Beverly, May 1776.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, sloop of West Jersey, captured off Egg Harbor with cargo from West Indies 4 Apr 1776.


Hannah.  
ND4:577, 1228-29, ND5:357, sloop, Capt John Treadwell, captured 28 Mar 1776 by HMS Rose.


Hannah.  
ND7:516, ship, owner Jonathan Davis, Capt Southworth Collen, permit to sail to NC, thence to West Indies, then back to Boston, 1776.  Instead, Capt Collen sold the ship and changed the registry with intent to defraud.


Hannah.  
ND8:591, 841, American brig captured by British Experiment, 1777.


Hannah.  
ND8:161, ND11:449, American schooner, captured by British Badger, Capt Charles H. Everitt, 7 Feb 1777.


Hannah.  
ND8:1060, American ship, captured by British Diamond, Greyhound, 1777.


Hannah.  
R77:235, American vessel captured by British in 1777.  ND10:816, 823, this may be the MA Navy trading schooner, Capt John Rider, 1777.  Ford1777:295, Ford1779:258.


Hannah.  
Capture:37, brigantine from Newbury, MA, on the way to Guadeloupe, captured 30 Apr 1777 near George’s Banks.  ND8:1053, R77:231, this may be the sloop from New England, Capt Lot Price, captured by British Emerald in 1777.


Hannah.  
ND11:184-185, American sloop, captured in the Bay of Fundy with lumber by British Vulture, and sent to Annapolis, NS, May 1777.


Hannah.  
C161, MD Navy sloop, Capt Paul Hussey, Sep 1778.


Hannah.  
Smith:207, Allen:163, McMA:96, armed transport sloop, Capt Meto Sampson, used in the Penobscot Expedition, 1779, and destroyed to prevent capture.


Hannah.  
Cayford:124, schooner transport, Capt Samuel Laha, used in Penobscot Expedition, 1779.


Hannah.  
Eastman:9, Greenwood:5, 6, Col John Glover’s fishing schooner from Beverly, MA.  ND11:134, General Glover to be paid in full, Capt Bartlett Holmes, trading schooner, Jan 1778.


Hannah.  
ND11:902, merchant vessel, Capt Bray, SC to Nantz, captured by British Bedford, and sent into Plymouth, England, Jan 1778.


Hannah.  
ND11:930, merchant vessel, Capt Castleton, SC to Nantz, with rice and indigo and tobacco, captured by British LM and sent into Falmouth, England, Jan 1778.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, schooner, master James Clinton, captured before 17 Apr 1779.


Hannah.  
Appeals Case 65, LM brig, 100 tons, 10 guns, 40 men, Capt John Cochran, in Mar 1780 captured the sloop Dove.


Hannah.  
Allen:163, NR:324, LCP:108/109, LM MA privateer brigantine, 8 guns, 18 men, Capt William Haydon, Feb 1780, and Capt Samuel Gill of CT, Dec 1780.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, schooner from Piscataqua to Damascotti, master John Askin, captured 29 Dec 1780 .


Hannah.  
Capture:38, schooner, Cape Anne to Kennebek, captured in Oct 1780 off Casco Bay.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, schooner, Marblehead to New Meadow, captured in Oct 1780, near Cape Porpoise.


Hannah.  
Allen:163, NR:324, LCP:108/109, LM MA privateer brigantine, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt William Haydon, Feb 1780, and Capt Samuel Gill of CT, Dec 1780.


Hannah.  
DaviesXX:226, British merchant ship, Capt Watson, captured by Americans and taken to New London, CT, where it burned in the British raid on New London in Sep 1781.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, sloop from Broad Bay to Boston, master Charles LeBallister, captured 27 Apr 1781.  


Hannah.  
VANavy:166, NR:324-325, LCP:108/109, VA LM privateer schooner of 14 guns, and 75 men, Capts Christopher Gardner in Mar 1781, George Cross in Jun 1781, and John Cooper, Sep 1781.  Appeals Case 73, captured sloop Mary under Capt Gardner.


Hannah.  
NR:325, LCP:108/109, LM PA brigantine, 10 guns, 16 men, Capt Hendrick Fisher, Sep 1781.


Hannah.  
Kaminkow:226, MA Capt Thomas Parker, a recapture before Nov 1781 by the British Lydia.  C232.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, schooner, master Philip Hodkins,  captured before 27 Nov 1782.


Hannah.  
Capture:38, sloop captured before 24 Jun 1782.


Hannah.  
NR:325, LCP:108/109, LM PA ship, 6 guns, 18 men, Capt Henry Hawkins, Jun 1782.


Hannah.  
M:274, PA privateer schooner in 1782 part of Spanish/American squadron attacking Nassau, Capt Hendrick Fisher, 10 guns, 25 men, 79 tons.


Hannah.  
M:274, in 1782 part of Spanish/American squadron attacking Nassau, Capt Chl. Gardner, 8 guns, 25 men, 114 tons.


Hannah & Elizabeth.  
ND6:925, 1099, 1101, British or Tory schooner, Capt Ronald Bruce, 1776, captured by CT Spy.  
McM:40, British schooner, 22 Aug 1776 prize of the CT Navy Spy.


Hannah & Elizabeth.  
CTP:7, captured British schooner chartered as a CT schooner to go to Cape François for salt.  C222. ND8:161, ND11:449, American schooner, captured by British Badger, Capt Charles H. Everitt, Feb 1777.


Hannah and Molly.  Maclay:71, Rand:830, MA/ME privateer schooner/brig which captured 5 vessels in 1776.  Allen:164, ND11:160, ND5:542, 1280, ND6:1002, ND7:35, schooner, 8 swivels, 13 men, Capt Agreen Crabtree of Frenchman’s Bay, Jul 1776.  C77.


Hannah and Molly.  
ND10:564, schooner, renamed Marisheete, 1777.


Hannah and Molly.  
Allen:315, merchant ship loaded with flour, to be convoyed from Bedford to Boston by Capt Richard Whellen of the Venus, Aug 1779.  PCOII:272, ship captured by Sep 1780


Hannah and Sally.  
NR:325, LCP:108/109, LM PA schooner, 2 guns 6 men, Capt Thomas Palmer, Oct 1778.


Hannibal.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND6:192, 818, British sloop, Capt William Fitzpatrick, Jamaica to Turk’s Island, captured 1776.


Hannibal.  
SchV:44, British vessel, 50 guns, Capt A. Christie, captured by the French fleet, off Sumatra, 1782.  LG:549, 655, possibly the English prize which was to support French Admiral Suffren in the Indian Ocean.  (The French warship was called the Annibal, and the English prize was sometimes called “le petite Annibal.”


Hannibal.  Rand:233,  Maclay:61, Kamenkow:226, Allen:164, NR:325, LCP:110/111, LM ship with 20/24 guns, 130 men, Capt Jeremiah O’Brien of Machias, ME, later of Newburyport, MA, captured Sep 1780 near New York, crew first taken to New York, then sent to Mill prison in England, where O’Brien escaped.  Sherman:174, 177 shows the crew sent to Jersey Prison Ship in NY.  JA10:265, probably the MA privateer mentioned.  


Hannibal.  
Conyngham:488, Neeser:12, ship which took mariners from Nantes, France to Philadelphia, PA, 1783.  RM9:102, this ship was also moving American cargo from France to Philadelphia in Feb 1784.  JA8:55, 360, listed as French ship of the line, frequently listed as Annibal..


Hanover.  
ND9:653, Mc:205, British brig, Capt Robert Pollock, captured Mar 1777 by the Lexington, Capt Henry Johnson, but was retaken by the British crew.


Hanover.  
R77:232, ND7:1290, American ship, Capt Uriah Gardner, from Nantucket, captured by British Preston in 1777.


Hanover.  
Appeals, xxv, 162:2:16, in James Coor et al vs the vessel.  Ford1777:182, 317.


Hanover Planter.  
ND9:656, R77:407, ND10:913, British Jamaicaman, Capt Thomas Luney/Luncy, Jamaica to London, captured by American Fanny, General Mercer, 1777, renamed Boston, to be restored to owners.  ND8:520, ship, Capt John Nelson, mentioned.


Hansemond.  
C142, PA schooner, 6 guns, 14 men, Capt Jacob de Hart, Feb 1781.


Hap Hazard.  
CTP:82, British sloop, Capt Fairbanks, Newport to Long Island, captured by CT schooner Enterprise.


Happiness.  
Eller:119, well-armed and fast sailor schooner privateer, advertised in “Virginia Gazette,” 11 May 1778 for sailors.


Happy Couple.  
R77:234, ND8:1059, American vessel, Capt David Lawrence, from SC, captured by British Unicorn in 1777.


Happy Return.  
GWNavy:112, 231, Hearn:127, 129, ND3:1185, ND5:10, ND6:418, British merchant ship of 130/180 tons, Capt James Hall, captured 25 Jan 1776  by the schooner Hancock, Capt John Manley, and carried into Plymouth.  Force:5:III:1528, British transport, Capt Hall, from Whitehaven, captured by Capt Manley’s Squadron.


Happy Return.  
Mc:103, Neeser:152, British schooner, captured by Capt Conyngham in the Surprize and burned because of a British man of war in sight, Jul 1777.


Happy Return.  
Robertson(1959):104fn, 179, five ships of this name were captured by the British in the West Indies and litigated at the Vice Admiralty Court in Port Royal, Kingston, Jamaica.  ND11:450, schooner captured by Br Boreas, Capt Charles Thompson, 1777.  ND11:453, schooner captured by Glasgow, Capt Thomas Pasley.


Happy Return.  
ND4:517, 558, Philadelphia schooner, Capt Eliphalet Smith, Bathtown, NC, to Nicholas Mole, then returning to VA when captured by HMS Maidstone, Dec 1775/Jan 1776.


Happy Return.  
ND4:1481, ND5:218, ND6:1247, ND7:47, brig, Capt Gideon Crawford, RI to Nantz, France, 25 Apr 1776.   Ford1776:878.


Happy Return.  
ND10:786, ND11:455, schooner, captured by British Glasgow, c 1777.


Happy Return.  
ND9:599, ND10:199-200, sloop, captured by Revenge, c 1777.


Happy Return.  Maclay:63, 137, Allen:164, MA privateer sloop with 6 guns, captured 3 ships in 1778, Capt Ichabod Halloway in Apr 1780.  Kamenkow:226, captured before Jun 1781.


Happy Return.  
NR:325, LCP:110/111, LM NJ sloop, 6 guns, 20 men, Capt James Leach, Mar 1778.


Happy Return.  
Allen:164, MA privateer snow, 4 guns, 20 men, Capt Samuel Davis in Nov 1779.


Happy Return.  
NR:326, LCP:110/111, LM RI schooner, 10 guns, 20 men, Capt James Eldred, Mar 1781.


Happy Return.  
NR:326, LCP:110/111, C193, LM PA schooner, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Peter Croze Magnan, May 1781, taken by the British in Jun 1781.


Happy Return.  
Eller:281, schooner, Capt Peterson, attacked in Chesapeake Bay in Fall of 1782 by privateer with 10 guns, but managed to beat it off, with one killed and several wounded.


Happy Return.  
C134, MA sloop, 6 guns, 12 men, Capt Ichabod Halloway, captured in June 1781 by British.  


Happy Return.  
RM5:469, brig, Capt Crawford, from Nantz, with supplies left with Nicholas and John Brown in RI, with Robert Morris asking for an accounting in Jun 1782.


Hapzabeth.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:8:70, and 162:8:69, the schooner vs Anthony and McClure.


Hardi.  
M&S:164, 219, Beaumarchais vessel, Capt Joseph Varage, which delivered arms to America in 1778, then got into Charleston, then to Boston, then back to Bordeaux in 1778.


Hardi.  
LG:655, 661, French warship, 64 guns, did Mediterranean cruises in 1778, then set up to support Admiral Suffren in the Indian Ocean in 1782.


Hare.  
McM:469, British schooner, prize of NJ.


Harford/Hartford.  
NR:326, LCP:110/111, LM PA schooner, 14 guns, 35 men, Capt Jacob Walters, Oct 1781.


Harkey.  
Paine:456, Salem, MA, galley, 2 guns, 18 men, Capt Phineas Smith.


Harlem.  
SchV:43, Mc:43, British/Tory naval vessel/sloop-of-war, 10 guns, Capt Rogers, captured in Jul 1779 off the American coast by PA privateer fleet, and sent to Philadelphia.


Harlem.  
R77:236, American vessel captured in 1776 by British.  ND8:1063, this may be the ship captured by British Brune.


Harlequin.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND5:1302, ND6:1098, ND7:167, 642, British brig, Capt John Goodwin, Nevis/St Kitt’s to London, 160 tons, captured by Montgomery, Revenge, 1776.  R76II:267, possibly the 1775 prize taken by Americans.


Harlequin.  
ND3:277, ND2:131, 1377, sloop, Capt Billings Thropp, Newport to SC, captured by HMS Mercury 17 Sep 1775, and condemned in Boston.


Harlequin.  
Force:5:III:1524, ND7:266, American sloop, master Nathaniel Phillips, Hispaniola to Rhode Island, captured by the British Perseus or British transport, William & Mary.


Harlequin.  
ND5:819, ND6:1226, ND7:1173, ND8:139, NR:326, LCP:110/111, LM MD schooner, 6 guns, 21 men, Capt William Woolsey, Jul 1776, Capt James/or Benjamin Handy, Oct 1776. ND10:703, MD privateer schooner, Capt William Woolsey, James Handy, c 1777.  FordXI:533, petition to Cont. Congress by Moses Black requested the action in the Court of Common Pleas of RI be reviewed by the Court of Appeals, May 1778.


Harlequin.  
ND6:20, C277, NY privateer sloop, Capt Daniel Shaw, Aug 1776.


Harlequin.  
Maclay:77, this may be the NH sloop with 14 guns, 1776.  


Harlequin.  
Howe:336, 420, ND6:112, Paine:456, (a schooner Harlequin of 1776 was formerly the schooner Sally), Allen:164, Rand:830, ND7:906, ND9:10, MA/ME privateer, 8 guns, 60 men, Capt John/Jonathan Tucker in Aug 1776, Capt James Dennis in Jun 1777, Capt Agreen Crabtree in Aug 1777 (10 guns, 16 swivels, 55 men), Capt Francis Bowden Dennis in Nov 1777, Capt Charles Hamilton in Aug 1778.  ND10:104, captured Hope c 1777.


Harlequin.  
NR:327, ND10:703, LCP:110/111, LM MD schooner, 12 guns, 20 men, Capt Benjamin Joule/Joline, May 1777.


Harlequin.  
Eller:269, a vessel posted for sale in VA, Nov 1777.


Harlequin.  
ND10:838, ND11:148, MA privateer schooner, Capt Agreen Crabtree, active in 1778.


Harlequin.  
DaviesXIII:357, American privateer taken in Oct 1778 by British Surprise.


Harlequin.  
PCOII:88, merchant schooner sunk in the Delaware, probably to block British, to be refloated in Jan 1779.  Possibly Ford1778:533.


Harlequin.  
NR:327, CTP:112, LCP:110/111, LM CT sloop, 6 guns, 20 men, Capt Seth Doane, Dec 1778, Capt Samuel Brooks, May 1779, took five prizes, herself captured 19 Oct 1779 and taken into New York.  C34, 1778 Capt was David Brooks.


Harlequin.  
NR:327, LCP:110/111, R80I:351, LM CT sloop, 10 guns, 25 men, Capt Joseph Hurd, Sep 1779, captured in Oct 1779 and taken to New York 19 Oct 1779.  C161.


Harlequin.  
Allen:165, MA privateer sloop, 4 guns, 10 men, Capt Caleb Hopkins in Mar 1779.


Harlequin.  
H:199, privateer, formerly of Salem, MA, taken by British, recaptured by Americans, 1779.


Harlequin.  
Allen:166, NR:327, LCP:110/111, LM MA privateer ship, 20 guns, 100 men, Capt Francis Bowden Dennis in Apr 1779, Capt Putnam Cleaves in Aug 1779, Capt Daniel Needham of Salem, Dec 1780.  C88, another Capt was James Dennis, June 1777.  C61 shows Capt Cleaves captured in the St Lawrence River and taken to Quebec, before 14 Sep 1780.


Harlequin.  
Allen:301, American privateer captured by the British Belesarius, but lost at sea because of ignorance of the British prize master, late 1781.


Harlequin,  Mill:139, 209, ship taken June 1780, crew sent to Mill Prison, 1781.  


Harlequin.  
SchV:53, French privateer, 16 guns and 56 men, captured by the British Surprize, Capt Reeve, off Newfoundland, in 1781.


Harlequin.  
M880:3, schooner, Capt William Howell, supported Yorktown, Oct 1781  


Harlequin.  
C335, MD schooner, 4 guns, 28 men, Capt S. White, July 1782 and Sep 1782.


Harlequin.  
NR:327, LCP:110/111, LM PA schooner, 4 guns, 16 men, Capt John Earle, Aug 1782.


Harmonie.  
M&S:248-250, Beaumarchais vessel, 18 cannon, Capt Pierre Adelon, America to France, spring, 1780, helped capture the British Marlborough.


Harmonie.  
Bouvet:40, RiceI:118n, French navy transport with de Ternay and Rochambeau in 1780, one of thirty.


Harmonie.  
NR:328, LCP:110/111, LM NH brigantine, 6 guns, 16 men, Capt William Parker, Jul 1782.  ND8:859, formerly the Hibernia.


Harmony.  
R77:407, British vessel, Capt Friendship, Corke to New York, 1777.


Harmony.  
ND3:1015, Capt Crawford, Philadelphia to Portsmouth, arrived Jan 1776.


Harmony.  
ND2:612, brig, Capt Ross, from Curaçao, with salt, owner Mr. Nixon, captured off Long Island by HMS Viper, Capt Samuel Graves, Oct 1775.


Harmony.  
R77:233, ND8:1057, ND9:851, American ship, Capt James Briggs, from Surinam, captured by the British Pearl in 1777.


Harmony.  
CTP:121, CT privateer sloop, Capt Jabez Lord, on a cruise in May 1781, captured by a British privateer from Halifax 8 June 1781, recaptured by Americans and taken into Casco Bay.  C188.


Harmony Hall.  
ND11:1138, small ship, Capt Alderson from SC with rice and indigo,  arrived safely in France in Mar 1778.  JA6:336.


Harpey/Harpy.  
Allen:166, NR:328, LCP:110/111, LM MA privateer galley, 2 guns, 18 men, Capt Phineas Smith of Salem, May 1782.


Harriot.  
ND3:484, ??? vessel, Capt Lusby, probably British, active 1775.


Harriot.  
ND3:1367, ??? vessel, Capt Robert Craig, probably British, enters Port of Baltimore from Lisbon, 3 Apr 1775.


Harriot.  
ND3:371, ND4:1246, ND7:1193, ??? packet, Capt Lee, probably British, active 1775.


Harriet.  
R77:514, British vessel, Capt Hayman, West Indies to Liverpool, captured 1777.


Harriet.  Maclay:215-216, captured by the British, recaptured by NH privateer, 1782.


Harriet.  
RM8:875, RM9:98-99, trading vessel which took ginseng to the Cape of Good Hope to sell to China-bound vessels in Dec 1783, wartime activity not known.  Owner was Isaac Sears.


Harriot..  Force:5:III:1528, British transport, Capt Cooke, 240 tons, captured 1776.


Harriott.  
ND9:538, R77:407, British sloop, Capt Thomas Wilson, Antigua to London, captured by Study Beggar, ship restored, 1777.


Harriott. ND2:736, ND4:1175, ND5:491, ND6:1433, British ship, Capt Weymyss Orrock, captured and libeled in MA by Apr 1776 by the Liberty, Capt Benjamin Smith of Martha’s Vineyard.


Harriet.  
Capture:39, British brigantine, Jamaica to Halifax, captured by Americans 30 Jun 1782 off Cape Sable and recaptured by the British 6 days later.  C82, this may be the vessel captured by the General Sullivan, Capt Thomas Dalling.


Harriot.  
ND1:1062, 1090, brig, Capt William Scott, owner Christopher Lowndes, voyage to Barbados, Aug 1775.


Harriot. ND3:1369, ND5:330, ND11:128, brig, Capt John Southcomb, captured at St Johns Road, Antigua, by British John Fletcher, and condemned 18 Apr 1776.


Harriet.  
Robertson(1959):190, Allen:155, privateer schooner of Nantucket, 14 guns, captured and taken to Jamaica.


Harriot.  
ND10:708, American schooner, Capt Benjamin Berry, captured by Blenheim, 1777.


Harriot.  
ND9:639, ship, Capt Isaac All, 1777.


Harriot.  
Clark:I:130, Allen:166, NR:328, LCP:110/111, a small LM privateer ship of Gloucester, 16 guns, 20 men, Capt John Beach, belonging to David Pearce was captured 1 April 1782, but she was recaptured the next day.  C183, probably recaptured by the MA ship Polly, Capt Isaac Lee.


Harriot Packet.  
Allen:314, ND8:645, DaviesXIII:2266, 2268, 2311, ND10:780, British ship, Capt Samuel Spargue, a packet of 16 guns, 45 men, from Falmouth to New York, captured 17 Sep 1778 by MA Vengeance, Capt Wingate Newman, ship sent with prize crew to Newburyport.  C219-220.  JA7:140, 183.


Harrison, 4 carriage guns, 10 swivels.  ND2:860, 567, 1259, 1368, CTP:109, ND5:962, ND6:721, ND8:262, ND9:944, Greenwood:10, Smith:34, 1775 Continental schooner, formerly the Triton, hired to be part of Washington's New England Navy, 1775, Capt William Coit, decommissioned in 1776.  Maclay:65, 66, captured two vessels, 1775.  C99, ND3:64, 1024, ND4:233, Capt Charles Dyer/Dyar in Jan 1776.


Harrison.  
Allen:167, NH privateer ship, 20 guns, 130 men, Capt James Johnson/Johnston, 1780.


Harrison.  
Dandridge:186, VANavy:160, schooner of VA Navy, 6 guns, Capt Richard Barron, 1782-83, sold in Oct 1783.


Harry.  
ND7:220, RI brigantine, Capt James Bourk, allowed to sail to West Indies for purposes of trade, Nov 1776.


Harry.  
Allen:167, MA privateer brigantine, 4 guns, 20 men, Capt John/Jean Baptist/Baptiste Millet, Oct 1779.


Harry.  
Allen:167, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns 12 men, Capt William Cowell, Feb 1780.


Hartfield/Hatfield.  
ND3:224, 1211, ND5:976, Lt William Chads or Lt Henry Chads, probably British, active late 1775.


Harwich Packet.  
Neesor:152, M&S:199, British mail packet captured 3 May 1777 by Capt Conyngham in the Surprize, but forced into port of Dunkirk by English cruizers, and held by order of the French court.


Hasket and John.  
Allen:167, Paine:456, Salem, MA privateer brig, 10/18 guns 25/35 men, 150 tons, Capt John Collins, Mar 1780, Capt Benjamin Crowninshield, Aug 1780, Capt Adam Wellman in 1781.  Mill:209, 210, brig taken May 1781, crew to Mill Prison.


Hatty.  
LCP:112/113, PA schooner, Capt Henry Darnol.


Havannah/Havanna/Havana.  
NR:328, LCP:112/113, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 17 men, Capt Peter Young, Jul 1780, Capt Aaron Stockholm, Mar 1781, Capt John Van Voorhis, Jun 1781.  RM1:172, it would appear these were separate voyages for the same vessel; but it was captured in June 1781 by the British frigate Diamond, Capt Christopher Parker.


Havana.  
C55, 334, MD schooner, 7 guns 15 men, Capt T. Channing, Mar 1781 and Capt Henry White, Oct 1782.


Hawk.  
Emmons:42/43, British ship captured by the American Reprisal, Capt L. Wickes.


Hawke.  
Williamson:83, Eller:79-80, British pilot boat captured by the citizens of Hampton, VA, in 1775.


Hawke.  
ND4:1194, ND5:494, schooner, Capt James Wallace, a tender captured by Cont. Navy, 1775.  Hawke.  
ND?:843, 873, 992, ??? tender, Capt James Hawkins/Hakins, probably British, active 1775.  
M:4, British tender, captured in 1776 by an American sloop.


Hawk, 4/6 guns.  Bryant:81, Mc:163, British or Tory schooner captured in Apr 1776 near New London off Long Island by the Columbus, Capt Abraham Whipple.


Hawke.  
ND6:770, British schooner, Lt John Wallace, captured by Americans and renamed Hopkins in Cont. service.


Hawke.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND7:345, 907, British schooner, Capt Thomas Sheeby/Sheeky, Dingle to Lisbon, 50 tons, captured by Union, 1776.


Hawke.  
Hearn:216, ND9:134, ND8:933, ND10:1205, British schooner, Capt Daniel Collins, 70 tons, Canso to Barbados, captured by the Lee, 29 May, 1777.  GWNavy:235, taken 13 Apr 1777 by the Lee, Capt Skimmer.  
McMA:33, British schooner, from Nova Scotia, loaded with fish, captured 13 Apr 1777 by the MA Lee.


Hawk.  
Emmons:40/41, British schooner, Lt Walker, captured by the Cabot, Capt J. B. Hopkins.


Hawke.  
R77:108, British slaver, Capt Price, from Africa, with 450 slaves, captured 1777.


Hawke.  
CTP:207, British privateer, 60 tons, 4 guns, Capt Benjamin Andrews, Huntington Long Island to New York, cargo of wood, captured 1 Oct 1781 by CT armed boat Retaliation.


Hawk  
ND8:1019, British schooner captured and libeled by Defence, 1777.


Hawke.  
ND8:18, 157, cartel vessel, Capt Joseph Ross, at Salem, 1777.  Its records may have lists of prisoners being moved.


Hawke.  
ND9:459, British ship, Capt Mill, captured and sent into Martinique, 1777.


Hawke.  
ND10:687, British privateer schooner, Capt William Fuller, captured by Cabot, 1777.  JA5:309, JA6:76, showed Capt Follow, rather than Fuller.  


Hawke.  
R77:514, ND10:1085, ND11:870, British brig, Capt George Best of Liverpool, Newfoundland to Bilboa, captured by American privateer, General Mercer, 1 Dec 1777.


Hawk.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:4:37, FordXI:1064, schooner vs Jonathan Tredwell, RI case appealed Oct 1778.


Hawke.  
FordXI:1005, sloop vs Daniel Murphy, DL case to Appeals Committee, Oct 1778.  


Hawk’s prize.  
Cutler:397, British vessel, not named nor dated, captured by the privateer schooner Hawk, then recaptured by the British in Jul 1778 and prize crew sent to Forton Prison


Hawk’s prize.  
British vessel not named nor dated, captured by the privateer schooner Hawk, then recaptured by the British in 1777 and prize crew sent to Mill Prison.


Hawke.  
CTRec:605, British schooner captured June 1779 by the CT sloop Hancock, Capt T. Chester.


Hawk.  
C168, British privateer captured in Long Island Sound on 1 Oct 1781 by the CT boat Retaliation, Capt William Johnson.


Hawke.  
ND1:322, ND3:996, schooner, 25 tons, loaded with fish, Capt Somon Newcomb, captured 12 May 1775 at anchor by HM sloop Falcon, Capt John Linzee, carried into Boston and sold.


Hawk.  
ND2:1348, 1357, ND3:449, brigantine, built in 1774 in Edenton, NC, Capt Thomas Tingey, owners Francis Hardy of NC and William Lowther of New York, Amsterdam to St Thomas, captured at Dover, England by sloop Speedwell, Capt Richard Pearson, Dec 1775.


Hawk.  
GWNavy:31, ND2:412-413, schooner leased to Washington, name changed to Warren.  
(Please see.)


Hawke.  
ND2:1373, ND3:1237, schooner, Capt Daniel Adams, to take a cargo of flour from Baltimore to Beverly, MA, Feb 1776.


Hawke.  
ND3:1367, ??? vessel, Capt William Harper, probably American, entered Port of Baltimore from Granada 3 Apr 1775.


Hawke.  
ND3:1237, schooner, Capt Daniel Adams, captured by British Falcon.


Hawke.  
Force:5:III:1524, ND4:1482, American sloop, master Stukely Williams, Hispaniola to Rhode Island, captured in 1776 by British Perseus.


Hawke.  
Force:5:III:1524, ND5:937, American vessel, master John Clarkson, Newberry to Surinam, captured in 1776 by British Cerberus.


Hawke.  
ND5:754, American schooner, Capt Daniel Adams, paid for sinking of vessel to protect Baltimore Harbor.


Hawk.  
ND6:1411, 628, ND7:730, 2, 706, 637, C183, MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 30 men, Capt John Lee, Aug 1776 and later , captured Br. Hope, Perseverance, Susannah, Venus, Dinah, Minehead, Nancy.   
HartIII:43, MA privateer in Bilbao, Spain, in the fall of 1776.


Hawk.  
Hearn:220-221, C224, ND7:15-16, MA brigantine privateer, 10 guns, 80 men, Capt Jonathan Oakes, Nov 1776.


Hawke.  ND3:1141, ND4:16, SC armed pilot boat, Capt Joseph Vesey, Feb 1776.   
Force:5:III:1537, 1538, Salley:28, 39, 49, ND7:379, 440, 1132, and others, pilot boat of SC in 1776, Capts Benjamin Stone, William Phillips.  ND4:16, Capt Joseph Vesey had taken this boat to Philadelphia, then on the return trip had been run ashore on the NC coast, but the pilot boat was hauled off by the British by Feb 1776.


Hawke.  
Capture:39, schooner loaded with arms, powder, rum, etc, captured off Long Island, June 1776.


Hawke.  
ND6:1215, ND7:275, 642, RI privateer sloop, Capt Arthur Crawford, active late 1776.  It captured Br. Thomas, Union.


Hawke.  
ND7:266, American sloop, Capt S. Williams, captured 1776 by British William & Mary.


Hawke. ND6:1124, ND7:698, 706,  
ND8:309, 464, MA privateer schooner, Capt John Lee, active 1777.


Hawk.  
M:310/11, ND6:1149, 1215, ND9:47, C78, RI privateer sloop, Capt Arthur Crawford, Oct 1776, 1777, 1778.


Hawk.  
ND8:161, ND11:449, American brig from Boston captured by British Porcupine, Capt James Cotes, 1777.


Hawk, 1 gun.  Coggins:99, PANavy:342, C76, armed guard boat, PA Navy, Capt Jonathan Cowpland, Mar 1777.


Hawke.  
ND81007, ND9:323, 255, 962, MA privateer brigantine, Capt Jonathan Oakes,  active 1777.


Hawke.  
ND8:465, schooner, Capt John Lee, MA Navy privateer, c 1777.


Hawk.  
ND10:724, American vessel captured by British LM Harlequin, c 1777.


Hawk.  
ND10:943, vessel, Capt Follow, 1777.  ND11:184-185, possibly schooner Hawke, Capt William Fuller, owner William Parson of Boston, captured by Br Cabot in Dec 1777.


Hawke.  
ND10:181, 643, MA privateer brigantine, Capt Thomas Parker, captured Friendship, c 1777.


Hawke.  
Mill:136-137, ND10:878, 903, 1155, privateer schooner whose prize was taken in 1777, crew to Mill prison.  This schooner captured Adventure, Britannia, Mary, Nancy, Oderion, plus ships of the Newfoundland fishing fleet.  
ND9:678, ND10:949, schooner, Capt Jeremiah Hibbert, MA Navy privateer, c 1777,  taken in West Indies, Apr 1778, under Capt Jeremiah Hibbert, and 6 of its crew sent to Mill Prison.  Howe:400, this may be the prize of the Hawk on which Benjamin Leach of Manchester was captured.  Klotz:45, this is the Hawk commanded in Jun 1777 by Capt Jeremías Hilbert, 10 guns, 8 swivels, 60 men, which took its prize Bretaña into a Spanish port.  Crewmen listed in MAS.


Hawke.  
Greenwood:68, brig, 14 guns, 80 men, in Commodore Manley’s 1777 Squadron.  C232, likely the MA brigantine, 12 guns, 80 men, Capt Thomas Parker, Sep 1777.  


Hawke.  
CC:M247, R110, #83, FordXIII144, American merchant ship, Capt Barzilla Smith, moving military supplies from Cadiz to Boston, Sep 1778.  FordXVII:466, moved supplies for Gardoqui & Sons of Bilbao to America, order of Arthur Lee, 1777/78.


Hawk.  
C237, MA sloop, 10 swivels, 25 men, Capt Samuel Waters, Dec 1777.


Hawke.  
ND11:96, 108, CT sloop, Capt Stutely Williams, run ashore at Stonington, CT, by HMS Unicorn, Jan 1778.


Hawke.  
ND11:1116, American brigantine from Nantucket, Capt Charles Jenkins, arrived in Nantes, France in Feb 1778.


Hawk.  
ND11:775, American schooner from Baltimore captured by Br Dasher, and broken up for firewood in Apr 1778.


Hawk.  
CTP:115, CT privateer schooner, Capt Ebenezer Eaglestone, on 6 Jul 1778 captured the Jenny, but that vessel was found to be American.


Hawk.  
CTP:118, privateer sloop, Capt Silas Talbot, took one prize, 29 Oct 1778.


Hawke.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:4:32, the sloop vs Murphy.  Ford1778:1005, 1064.


Hawke.  
Allen:170, C320, MA privateer brigantine, 12 guns, 70 men, Capt John Vallison, Jul 1778, Capt Thomas Hawes, Sep 1778.


Hawk.  
C118, MA schooner, 6 guns, 6 swivels, 40 men, Capt Coas Gardner, Aug 1778.


Hawk.  
Connor:286 (1877), Dandridge:170, Mill:137, schooner of 10 guns from Marblehead taken 1779, 6 of crew sent to Mill Prison.  Cutler:397, one of her prizes had been captured in Jul 1778, and the prize crew sent to Forton Prison.  Maclay:96-100, this may have been the coasting schooner of 2 guns and 60 men in action in 1778.  Capture:88-89, this may be the vessel under John Lee which captured the brigantine, Venus in Sept, year not stated.


Hawk.  
C47, MA schooner, 10 guns, 35 men, Capt John Caley/Cabey, captured, with crew reaching Mill Prison 10 May 1779.


Hawk.  
NR:329, LCP:112/113, LM PA schooner, 10 guns, 50 men, Capt Enoch Stillwell, Jun 1779.


Hawk.  
Allen:170, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 12/25 men, Capt Enoch Howes, Aug 1779, and Capt Cornelius Thompson in Jul 1780.


Hawk.  
McM:489, LM RI schooner, 1779.


Hawke.  
R80I:250, American schooner, Capt Enoch Thomas, from Boston, captured 1779.


Hawk.  
Allen:170, MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 15 men, Capt William Holland, Nov 1779,


Hawk.  
Allen:170, MA privateer brigantine, 10 guns, 40 men, Capt William Taylor, Mar 1779.  (This may be the same brigantine as the Hawke.)


Hawk.  
NR:329, CTP:115, LCP:114/115, LM CT sloop, 12 guns, 60 men, Capt Gideon Olmsted, Mar 1780, took at least 5 prizes, including the British St Andrew.


Hawke.  
NR:329, LCP:112/113, LM MD brig, 16 guns, 31 men, Capt James Clifton, Aug 1780.


Hawke.  
NR:329, LCP:112/113, LM MD brigantine, 10 guns, 30 men, Capt John Bull, Dec 1780, driven on shore and burned by the British frigate Iris and other ships of war. Ford1779:86, 144.  Ford1780:466.


Hawk.  
Eller:470, American brig, 12 guns, 995 barrels of flour, destroyed at Cedar Point, MD, by the British Charlestown, early 1781.


Hawk.  
CTP:262, Appeals Case 80, CT armed boat, Capt Daniel Hale, took part on 4/5 Mar 1781 in capture of British goods on Long Island.  Appeals Case 82, this may be the same boat, Lt Peter Vall, who took part in August 1781 raid.


Hawk.  
NR:329, CTP:119, LCP:112/113, LM CT boat, 1 swivel gun, 10 men, Capt Isaac Jones, May 1782.


Hawke.  
RM3:184-185, FordXX:719, schooner, part-owner Isaac Smith, merchant of Boston, moved cargo for the Cont. Congress and was paid in Nov 1781.  Ford1781:696, 719.


Hawk.  
Allen:171, Paine:456, NR:329, LCP:112/113, 114/115, LM MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 15 men, Capt John Barbaroux of Salem, May 1782, Capt Jacob Wilds of Salem in Nov 1782 with 4 guns, 30 men.


Hawk.  
Allen:171, NR:330, LM MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 20 men, Capt Elijah Ayer of Machias, Dec 1782.


Hawk.  
Allen:171, NR:329, LCP:112/113, LM MA privateer boat of 4 guns, 13 men, Capt Zebulon Roe of Essex County, Aug 1782.


Hawk.  
Rand:830, MA/ME schooner privateer, 4 guns, 20 men, Capt Elijah Ayer of Machias, 1782.


Hawk.  
Kaminkow:226, MA privateer, Capt George West, captured before Mar 1783 by the British Vulture.  C332, this may be George West, Jr.


Hayfield.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND6:1471, ND7:473, ND9:143, C9, British transport, Capt John Clarke, 220 tons, captured by American schooner Boston, Capt Silas Atkins, Jr, 1776.  C9.


Hayfield.  
JA7:146, American Merchant ship, 1778.


Hazard.  
Hearn:224, 232, Capt Williams, probably British, year not stated.


Hazard.  
R77:514, British vessel, Corke to Jamaica, 1777.


Hazard.  
ND9:971, ship, probably British, 1777.


Hazard.  
C57, British sloop captured by the CT schooner Enterprise, Capt Jason Chester.


Hazard.  
ND8:457, 1059.  British sloop, captured by American Lyon, recaptured by British Mermaid, 1777.


Hazard.  
CTN:86, British New York privateer schooner, captured 25 May 1779 by the CT Navy, Oliver Cromwell.


Hazard.  
Mc:296, British privateer captured Jul 1779 by MA privateer Jason, Capt John Manley.


Hazzard.  
McM:18, CTP:49, British schooner, with lumber from Penobscot to New York, prize of CT sloop Active and others, 10 Aug 1781.  


Hazard.  
DL:925, British/Tory barge from New York, Capt Miles Hurion, with four men, captured Dec 1781 by the DL Vigilante, Capt Charles Pope.


Hazard.  
ND6:864, MD sloop, Capt William Thomas, permit to go to Martinique and dispose of his cargo, Sep 1776.


Hazard.  
R76II:235, American vessel, Capt Broad, at RI, captured by British in 1776.


Hazard.  
ND10:510, MA Navy brig, may have captured Alexander, Good Intent, Polly, c 1777.


Hazard.  
ND10:683, ND11:452, schooner, Capt John Smith, from VA to Cape François, captured by Br Southampton, Capt Will Garnier, 7 Dec 1777.


Hazard.  
ND7:920, MA schooner, Capt Benjamin Hammond, Boston to Baltimore, with ship-building materials, Jan 1777.  


Hazard.  
ND11:448, American brig, loaded with molasses and salt, captured by Br Maidston, Capt Alan Gardner, 1777.


Hazard.  
ND11:610, MA brig from Newburyport, captured by British Aeolus, Mar 1778.  JA8:28, possibly listed as Hazzard.


Hazard.  
NR:330, CTP:119, LCP:114/115, LM CT schooner, 10 guns, 25 men, Capt Hezekiah Perkins, Jun 1779, captured by British and carried into West Indies.  PCOI:84, shows Capt John Perkins.  C238.


Hazard.  Paullin:335, C270MA brigantine,14 guns, Capt Gideon/Simeon Sampson, 1777.  Smith:206, Macclay:114-115, SchV:56, ND10:236, ND11:150, 855, brig of the MA State Navy, Capt John F. Williams,  burned in the Penobscot Expedition, 14 May 1779.  HartIII:35, 37, vessel of the MA Navy, probably same as the one which burned at Penobscot.  Crewmen listed in MAS.


Hazard.  
Allen:171, MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 30 men, Capt Joshua Pilsbury, May 1779, Capt Samuel Johnson, Oct 1779.


Hazard.  
C274, NH sloop, 4 guns, 25 men, Capt William Seaward, Aug 1779.


Hazard.  
Allen:171, MA privateer brigantine, 18 guns 100 men, Capt Joseph Olney, Sep 1779.


Hazard.  
NR:330, LCP:114/115, Appeals Case 106, LM PA cutter, 1 gun, 45 men, Capt Hezekiah Anthony (or Capt John McClure), Oct 1780, with the cutter Fox, captured the British barge Victory and recaptured the schooners John and Hepzabeth.  Capt Anthony also claimed the schooner Adventure.


Hazard.  
Allen:172, NR:330, LCP:114/115, LM MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns 12/14 men, Capt Enoch Coffin of Newburyport, Feb 1781, , and under Capt Samuel Coffin of Newburyport in May 1781.


Le Hazard.  
DaviesXIX:151, 876, NR:86, French vessel, Martinique to Bordeaux, captured off Bordeaux by British privateer Vulture, Jul 1781.


Hazzard.  
VANavy:166, NR:331, LCP:114/115, 124/125, LM privateer schooner of 16 guns and 75 men, Capt Daniel Conant, 1782.


Hazard.  
Allen:172-173, NR:331, LCP:114/115, MA privateer schooner, 4/8 guns, 12/14 men, Capt Benjamin Knight of Salem, Nov 1781, Capt John Harmon of York, ME, in Jun 1782, and Capt Samuel Barnes of Salem in Feb 1783.  Paine:456, shows a single sloop-schooner from Salem commanded at different times by Nathaniel Coit Webb, Benjamin Knight, Edward Smith, Jr, and Hugh Helmes. Allen:172, NR:331, LCP:114/115, LM MA privateer sloop, 4/6 guns 25 men, Capt Nathaniel Coit Webb of Salem in Jul 1781, Capt James Cheever in Aug 1781, and Capt Edward Smith, Jr, of Salem in Mar 1782, and Hugh Helme of Salem in Aug 1782.


Hearts of Gold.  
C89, 315, NC Navy sloop, Capt George Dennison, Jun 1776.


Heart/Hearts of Oak.  
Force:5:III:1526, ND6:806, Morison:161, American sloop, master E/F. Howell, Cape François to Philadelphia, captured in 1776 by British Galatea.  
ND7:628, owner Thomas Fleming and other crewmen exchanged in Dec 1776.  Lux:39, shows a ship.  


Heart of Oak.  
ND10:885, 920, brig, Capt Robert Patterson, recaptures Thames.


Heart of Oak. ND5:964,  
ND9:943, NC privateer sloop, Capt George Dennison, 1776/1777.


L’Hébé.  
SchV:59, French war vessel, 40 guns, 360 men,  captured 4 Sep 1782 in the Channel by the British Rainbow, Capt H. Trollope.  LG:623fn,  Capt was disgraced by his capture.  This vessel was taken into British service as the Blonde.


Hebe Johnson.  
Williamson:118, MD sloop in operation, 1776.


L’Hébé de Nantes.  
Villiers :209, French commercial corsair, 1778.


Hecla.  
ND8:443, ND9:974, Coggins:100, PANavy:349, C232, 239, fire ship in PA Navy, Capt Thomas Perkins Apr 1777, and Capt Thomas Parker, Nov 1777.


Hector.  
Annual Register:21:182, French warship, 70 guns, Capt Mories, in Count D’Estaing’s Squadron in 1778.  SchV:51, 59, French warship of the line, 74 guns, 700 men, lost at the Battle of Saints in 1782.  It became a British vessel, 74 guns, Capt John Bouchier, sank in 1782 on the Banks of Newfoundland on the way to England, crew saved by a letter of marque.


Hector.  
ND7:734, ship, Capt Thomas, probably American, active late 1776.


Hector.  
Howe:412, Beverly brigantine, 150 tons, 8 guns 17 men, Capt Zachariah Burchmore, formerly the Union, LM, commissioned as a privateer in 1777.


Hector.  
ND11:631, 836, French ship, Capt Charles Porée, captured in 1778 by Br. Senegal, Richmond.


Hector.  
Allen:173, Smith:207, SchV:56, McMA:95, C50, Paine:456, Salem, MA ship, 18 guns, 150 men, Capt John Carnes, owner Jonathan Peale, used in the Penobscot Expedition, 1779, and destroyed to prevent capture.  The owner received just over 11,000 pounds as compensation in 1782.


Hector.  
NR:332, LCP:114/115, LM PA brig, 12 guns, 70 men, Capt James Scloover, Sep 1780.


Hector.  
NR:339, LCP:114/115, LM NH ship, 90 men, Capt Thomas Manning, Dec 1780.


Hector.  
McM:364, C277, NH brig, 6 guns, 16 men, Capt Reuben Shapleigh,1780.


Hector.  
Mill:140, 141, Kaminkow:226, ship (probably a brig), Capt James Slover, taken Sep 1780, crew to Mill Prison 31 Mar 1781.  C172.  


Hector.  
Allen:173, Paine:456, LCP:114/115, NR:332, LM MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 15 men, Capt John Cartwright of Salem, Nov 1782.


Heer Adams.  
RM5:581-582, RM6:351, 477, FordXXIII:581, Netherlands chartered ship, Capt Samuel Smedley of CT, arrived in PA, Sep 1782, delivered her goods (clothing), and was sold for $20,000.  C283.


Heister/Hector.  
R76II:343, R76III:156, British vessel, Capt Crombie/Cromtie, St Kitts to London, captured 1776, but retaken.  (There are two entries, one for the two possible ship names.)


Heldwoltemade.  
R81II:285, Dutch East India ship, Capt Vrolyk, captured by British, 1781.


Helen.  
R77:108, British vessel, Capt Foster, Lisbon to Southampton, 1777.


Hellen.  
ND4:223, armed sloop, apparently captured in NC by HM sloop Raven, Mar 1776.


Helena.  
SchV:42, FW3:602, British schooner, 16 guns, Capt T. Hicks, captured off the coast of France by French frigates La Sensible and La Junon in 1778.


Helena.  
ND5:1022, brigantine, probably American, active mid 1776.


Helene.  
ND8:488, brig, Capt Jones, probably American, active 1777.


Héléna.  
French corvette, from Brest, 12 guns, active, 1778.


Helena.  
ND11:763, apparently American brig from Martinico, Capt Samuel Gill, arrived in Boston, Mar 1778.


Hellcat.  
PANavy:348, Coggins:100, fire brig in PA Navy, for Delaware River defense1777.


Hellespont.  
ND1:1337, ??? transport, Capt John Lester, probably British, active 1775.


Hencoop.  
SchV:67, Dutch 20 gun East Indiaman, captured in 1781 in Saldanha Bay by the squadron under Comm Johnstone.


Hendrick/Kendrick/Hendrick Hudson.  
Allen:173, MA privateer ship, 18 guns, 90 men, Capt Thomas Benson, captured in Oct 1782 and taken to New York.


Hendrick & Alida.  
ND9:555, 575, Dutch brig, Capt Hendrick Klok, captured by British Ardent, 1777.


Henrica Sophia.  
Capture:39-40, Mc:109, Neeser:133, 152, Swedish brig captured in May 1778, by Capt Conygham in the Revenge, then sent to New England, recaptured near Seal Islands by the British, 7 Jul 1778.


Henrietta.  
Force:5:III:1528, R76II:343, British vessel, Capt Hayman, Barbados to Cork, captured 1776 but retaken.  ND6:1003, 1196, possibly a brigantine.


Henrietta.  
NR:76.  ND10:1106, 1154, ND11:1044, ship, Capt Patrick Brown, 1777.  CC:M247, R38, #31, pp 7-9, probably the ship moving supplies for Continental Army from Cadiz, Spain, Jul 1778.  JA6:167, probably listed as Henrietta Brown.


Henry.  
Mwhipple:126, British sloop captured by Commodore Whipple while on the way to defend Charlestown.


Henry.  
ND6:506, 508, British brig, Capt Henry Blyth, Barbados to Halifax, captured by two American privateers, Revenge, Montgomery, Jul 1776.


Henry.  
CTP:112, British pettiaugre, Capt Richard Richards, captured by CT sloop Harlequin.


Henry.  
ND11:612, British sloop, owners Jeanette & Honoré Philip of Grenada, captured by Americans, then recaptured by British sloop Botetourt, Capt James Connor, processed at Grenada, restored to owners after they paid one-eighth, Jan 1778.


Henry.  
ND7:956, vessel, probably American, active, late 1775.


Henry.  
ND7:1098, armed boat, Capt John Pasteur, to pick up indigo in Charleston and proceed to St Eustatius, Feb 1777.


Henry.  
ND8:382, 898, ND11:450, C330, PA privateer sloop, 6 guns, 23 men, Capt Amos Weeks, captured by British Glasgow, Capt Thomas Pasley, 19 Apr 1777.


Henry.  
ND10:481, 809, American privateer sloop, Capt Nathaniel Monro, cut out two vessels from Grenada, c 1777.


Henry.  
Coggins:102, VANavy:157, M:389, ND5:938,  ND7:1061, ND8:446, ND9:869, ND10:628, ND11:1159, 1166, galley in VA Navy, 1776-79, Capts Robert Tompkins, Joshua Singleton, and Wright Westcott, dismantled in 1779.  C64.


Henry.  
ND11:453, NC brig, Capt Dailey, loaded with lumber, captured by British Southampton, Capt Will Garnier.


Henry.  
ND11:93, American privateer sloop, Capt Nathaniel Monro, captured by British Botetourt, Jan 1778.


Henry.  
Robertson(1959):72, armed schooner of Norfolk, VA, captured by British in 1778 and carried to Jamaica.


Henry.  
M880:3, ND11:689, VA private sloop, Capt James Moody, captured Mar 1778 by British Loyal Subject, crew members to New York prison ship Felicity in June 1778.


Henry.  
NR:332, LCP:116/117, LM PA schooner, 4 guns, 10 men, Capt John Ord, Jr, Nov 1779.


Henry.  
Allen:174, Hearn:226, MA privateer ship, 12 guns, 60 men, Capt Wiliam Burke, Nov 1779.  FordXV;1357, FordXVI:53, 152, cast away on Absecum, NJ, Brigantine Beach while on a passage from Boston, Dec 1779.  After it was unloaded and recovered, it was moved to Philadelphia.


Henry.  
NR:332, LCP:116/117, LM VA/MD schooner, 5 guns, 12 men, Capt Birket Falcon, Sep 1780.


Henry.  
Williamson:188, ND6:784, VA Navy galley, Capt Robert Tomkins, which burned at Hampton in 1780 during British attack while undergoing repairs.


Henry.  
Allen:174, Paine:456, Salem, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 10 men, Capt John Baptist Millet, 1780.


Henry.  
Rice:I:118n, French privateer and armed transport with de Ternay and Rochambeau in 1780.


Henry.  
FW5:321, American privateer, Capt Thomas Benson, which captured in the latitude of Antigua a Danish ship Providence, of Christiania in Norway, London to St Thomas, and took it to New England believing it had English property.  In April 1782, John Adams was working to soothe the hard feelings of the Danes.


Henry and Anne/Ann.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND7:561, ND8:51, British brigantine/transport, Capt Robert Farrah/Farron, from London, 350 tons, captured and libeled by Massachusetts, 1776/77.  ND6:1112, 1455, shows Capt as John Farrah.


Henry & Esther.  
Force:5:III:1528, GWNavy:115, 120, 231, Mc:438, ND3:1109, 1182, ND5:395, ND6:419, British brig/transport, Capt Nellis, 250/300 tons, Nova Scotia to Boston, captured 29 Jan 1776, tried 28 Mar 1776,  by the American Lee and the Franklin.  A second Henry and Esther is listed by Force, which may be from a second report on the same vessel.


Henry & Joseph.  
ND1:152-154, ND2:629, ND6:600, brig, Capt Henry Tickell, moved a cargo of salt for James Forde of Drogheda, Oct 1775.  This vessel was working with Woolsey and Salmon of Baltimore and London, and was likely British.  ND6:600, shows this to be a British Army Transport in fall, 1776.


Heogearípel.  
SchV:67, Dutch East Indiaman, 20 gun, burned by its own crew in 1781 to avoid capture in Saldanha Bay.


Hepsibeth.  
ND11:184-185, American sloop, Capt Swain, captured by Br Milford, 14 Jul 1777.  ND11:186 indicates Capt Barzillai Swain of the sloop Elizabeth, was captured 3 Aug 1777.  This may be the same sloop.


Hepsabeth/Hypsabeth.  
Appeals Cases 69 and 70, schooner, Col George Bell, owner and pilot, along with the schooner John,partially loaded with goods from the prize brig Kitty, captured by the British barge Victory from New York, then recaptured by American cutters Fox and Hazard.


Hercules.  
McM:225, McMA:77, British ship, MA prize taken to Martinique, Dec 1781, but the prize sank at sea before arriving in port.


Hercules.  
ND1:253, 352, 1379, ND2:181, ND3:1368, merchant ship, Annapolis to Bristol, Capt John Norwood, 140 tons, sailed 8 May 1775, probably British.  Entered Port of Baltimore from Dublin 1 May 1775.


Hercules.  
SchV:67, Dutch privateer, 24 guns, 164 men, captured in the English Channel in 1781 by the Artois, Capt J. Macbride, and put into the British navy.


Hercules.  
ND7:713, 1323-24, ND8:127, French ship, Capt Alexander Dubrouch, apparently boarded by the British Pomona, and Capt Dubrouch objected to his treatment, Oct 1776.


Hercules.  
JA8:359, French ship of the line, 74 guns, 1778, in America in Admiral de Guichen’s fleet by 1780.  Comm:215-221, in the de Grasse fleet of 1781, with crew listing.  It was at Martinique in 1781, then at Chesapeake Bay in Sep 1781.  It was engaged at Les Saintes in Apr 1782, then at St. Domingue, then to Boston in Dec 1782 to move French troops to Puerto Cabello, Venezuela.


Hercules.  
SchV:61, French armed merchantman, 30 guns, 160 men, captured in 1779 by the squadron under Admiral Hyde Parker in the West Indies.


Hercules.  
NR:333, LCP:116/117, LM MD brigantine, 12 guns, 40 men, Capt James Forbes, Sep 1779, Capt John Carey, Jul 1780.  Robertson(1959):124, Baltimore, MD, ship of 200 tons, captured by British in 1781 and taken to Jamaica.  C92.


Hercules.  
Allen:174, NR:333, LCP:116/117, MA privateer ship of 20 guns, 120 men, Capt Thomas Dissmore, Jul 1781.  Kaminkow:226, C92, Capt Thomas Dismore, crew of 116, captured by the British Minerva, Oct 1781.


Hercules.  
C186, vessel for which the prizemaster, Capt John Lewis, was captured 15 Oct 1781.


Hercules.  
Kaminkow:226, C101, MA privateer, Capt Thomas Elkins, captured Jan 1782 by the British Lady Howe.


El Hercules.  
A3:XII:46, brigantine, nationality not shown, probably in New Orleans in 1782.


Hereditary Prince.  
FW3:858, put into commission in Jul 1780 by Admiralty of Amsterdam, 56 guns.  R81II:166, 167, Dutch Navy, 1781, Capt Brank/Braak.


Hereford.  
ND6:1071, British vessel, fall 1776.  McM:428, British sloop ransomed by the Black Princess, Dec 1779.


Hereford.  
ND7:711, 751, ship, Capt Walker, probably British, active, late 1776.


Herewig.  
C9, American vessel, Capt Kerlin, active Dec 1780.


Hermione.  
DaviesXVIII:97, RM3:494, JA8:366, 10:139, Bonsal:15, Bouvet:51-52, French frigate warship, 32 guns, Capt Louis René Madelène Le Vassor, Comte de La Touche-Treville, in West Indies, 1780, and later at Boston and in American waters.


Hermione.  
Allen:174, NR:333, CTP:119, LCP:116/117, NR10:2109, LM MA privateer sloop, 6 guns, 12/15 men, Capt Silas Rand of Nantucket in Aug 1781, and Capt James Magee, Dec 1781, took at least 3 prizes, but the vessel ran ashore eastward of New London and was lost 1 Nov 1782.  Hermoine.  
NR:333, LM CT sloop, 8 guns, 25 men, Capt Thomas/John Hopkins, Aug 1782.  This Capt Hopkins took the British Cumberland, Adventure in 1782.


Hermit.  
R77:407, British vessel, Capt McDowland, Jamaica to London, 1777.


Hermit.  
Dandridge:187, ship of VA Navy, captured early by the British.


La Hermosa Mariana.  
R80I:359, Spanish coast guard sloop from Puerto Rico, 76 men, taken by the British in 1779.


Hero.  
ND1:1390, ??? ship, Capt Anthony Smith, probably British, active 1775.


Hero.  
ND6:610, probably a British vessel, Capt Strivens, active fall, 1776.


Hero.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND7:46, 809, 1273, British ship, Capt Charles Hartford/Hanford, Jamaica to Quebec, 220 tons, captured by McClary, 1776.


Hero.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND6:1002, ND7:810, ND10:1204, British sloop, 70 tons, Capt Jabez Perkins, Halifax to Antigua, captured 1776 by the Success, tried 15 Oct.


Hero.  
ND10:14, 15, 90, 134, British ship, Capt James Tate, captured by the Satisfaction, libelled in 1777 in MA Middle District.


Hero.  
ND11:963, British ship, Capt S. Starling, fought with an American schooner near Antigua and blew up, Feb 1778.


Hero.  
CTP:73, C69, British schooner, Capt John Leake, captured May 1779 by CT sloop Eagle, Capt Edward Conkling.


Hero.  
ND3:130, PA Navy privateer, Capt Joshua Humphreys, active late 1775.


Hero.  
ND10:980, packet, Capt Rogers, probably American, active 1777.


Hero.  
ND4:1428, ND5:1249, ND6:1392, ND7:1148, ND8:222, ND9:339, Coggins:102, VANavy:157, ND11:327, 459, 1160, galley in VA Navy, 1776-79, Capts George Muter, Philip Chamberlayne, Robert Tompkins, and John Barrett, dismantled and sold at auction 7 Jul 1779.


Hero.  
ND5:1238-39, CT sloop, Capt Thomas Mumford of Groton, bonded Jul 1776.  CTP:8, ND8:393, 1058, CT sloop, Capt James Latham of Groton, chartered in Mar 1777 to go to the West Indies for salt, captured by British Juno.  
Capture:40, sloop captured before 24 Oct 1777.  R77:234, possibly the American vessel, Capt James Latham, from New London, CT, captured by British 12 Mar 1777.


Hero.  
ND6:852, American brig, Capt Jones, captured off St Eustatia, taken into St Kitts by the British Pomona, May 1776.


Hero.  
Allen:174-175, NR:333, LCP:116/117, LM MA privateer ship, 28 guns, 100 men, Capt James Tracy of Newburyport, Jul 1777.  Herbert:112, MA ship, Capt James Tracy, Apr 1778.


Hero.  
ND9:216, 285, 295, American brig, Capt William Paul, captured by British Delaware, Stanley, 1777.


Hero.  
ND9:356, 684, probably American ship, Capt Alexander Coffin, captured in 1777 by Flora, probably British.


Hero.  
ND11:184-185, American sloop, Capt Ferrebault, owner N. Green, with lumber to Hispaniola, captured by British Mermaid off Cape Sable, 30 Jul 1777.


Hero.  
NR:333, CTP:121, LCP:116/117, LM CT sloop, 6 guns, 40 men, Capt Jacob Riley, Jan 1778, apparently captured.


Hero.  
C240, NH schooner, 5 guns, 35 men, Capt Kinsman Peverly, Aug 1778.


Hero.  
NR:334, CTP:121, LCP:116/117, LM CT sloop, 2 guns, 16 men, Capt Paris Fyler/Filer, Sep 1778.


Hero.  
Sheffield:Apr 10, 1880, RI privateer, Capt Oliver Read, which captured the British Fly.


Hero.  
NR:334, LCP:116/117, LM MD sloop, 16 guns, 18 men, Capt Frederick Baker, May 1779.


Hero.  
Allen:175, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 10 swivels, Capt Nicholas Bartlett, Jr, May 1779.


Hero.  
Allen:175, NR:334, LCP:116/117, one or two MA privateer schooners, 2/12 guns, 15/50 men, Capt Nicholas Bartlett, Jr, in May 1779,  under Capt John G. Scranton of Boston, Sep 1781, Capt Nathan Plimpton of Boston in Oct 1781.  
Allen:176, LCP:116/117, MA privateer boat, small arms and 20 men, Capt John G. Scranton of Boston, Aug 1782.


Hero. Allen:175, Paine:456, NR:334, Capture:40, LCP:116/117, LM MA privateer brig, commander Silas Smith, with 11/12 carriage guns, 50 men, captured near Gut of Canso, 4 Jul 1781 by HMS Charlestown.  R81II:259, American brig, captured by British at Charlestown, Jul 1781.  C288.


Hero.  
Kaminkow:226, captured Jan 1781, probably one of the above.


Hero.  
C253, MA schooner, 9 guns, 25 men, Capt Oliver Read, Aug 1782.


Hero.  
CTP:121, privateer galley, on 21 Jan 1782, forced British sloop Shuldam into Norwalk, where it was libelled.


Hero.  
MA privateer galley, which captured the British schooner Mary, Jul 1782.


Hero.  Maclay:215, Allen:175, NR:325, LCP:116/117, LM MA privateer schooner with 9 guns and 25 men under Capt George Waith Babcock of Boston joined to attack the town of Lunenburg, N. S., in 1782.  Eastman:61, at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Jul 1782.


Hero.  
Allen:176, NR:325, LCP:116/117, LM MA privateer ship, 6 guns, 20 men, Capt Alexander Coffin of Nantucket, Jul 1782.


Hero.  
NR:334, LCP:116/117, LM NH ship, 8 guns, 25 men, Capt William Tresethon, Jan 1782.


Hero, a Baltimore privateer which took a British ship at St Kitts.


Hero.  
Kaminkow:226, C281, MD privateer, Capt William Skilliern, captured before Nov 1782.


Hero.  
RM6:677, letter sent from in Oct 1782 by John de Neufville & Company from Amsterdam to America on this vessel, which must be one of the above.


Héroe.  
Beerman:224, Cuban frigate of the Captain-General, 1783.


Héros.  
French warship, 74 guns, from Toulon, refitted 1778, then to Martinique by 1781.


Heroine.  
ND11:1126, apparently a French merchantman, Capt J. Pezet, to sail for the American Southern colonies, Mar 1778.


Heron.  
VANavy:174, in 1781 emergency fleet as a schooner, 3 swivel guns, Capt ??? Howell..


Hester.  
Capture:40, ND6:1251, ND7:154, ND8:163, British ship, Capt David Crombie, captured 28 Aug by the Columbus, sent to New England, recaptured by the British Liverpool 21 Sep on George’s Banks.  Force:5:III:1528, Capt Crombie, St Kitts to London, 200 tons, taken and retaken, 1776.


Hester.  
ND5:1244, Greenwood:162, 163, Manley:162, M:400/02, Continental armed sloop in New York defense, 1776.  


Hester.  
ND6:852, ND5:1254, ND11:125, brigantine, Capt John Marshall, from New York, captured off the Coast of Africa by the British sloop Weazel, Capt Samuel Warren, and taken to Antigua, May 1776.


Hetty/Kitty.  
Force:5:III:1528, 1527, ND7:906, ND8:613, British snow, Capt Charles Ross, captured by Americans, Chaleur to West Indies, 130 tons, taken by Americans and retaken by British Unicorn, Reprisal,  
in 1776.


Hetty.  
ND2:1331, ND3:14, 42, sloop, Capt Jacob Milligan, moved cargo from Jamaica to SC, cargo seized by the SC Council of Safety, Dec 1775.


Hetty.  
ND4:1185, ND5:213, small sloop, Capt and owner John Hartwick, Long Island to NJ, captured and sunk by the HMS Asia, 21 Apr 1776.


Hetty.  
ND4:654, American sloop, captured by the British Capt Tollemache in Dec 1775 and renamed the General Clinton, was recaptured in Feb 1776 by the American brigantine Comet, Capt Joseph Turpin.


Hetty.  
Coggins:100, PANavy:351, ND5:858, ND6:7, provisioning sloop in PA Navy, Capt Henry Hoover, Jul 1776, Capt James Craig Apr 1777, Capt John Hoover, Jun 1777.  C77, 155.


Hetty.  
ND5:340, American brig, Capt Donald Mole, brought in three and one-half tons of powder to Philadelphia, Jun 1776.


Hetty.  
ND???, sloop, Capt Thomas Mumford, active 1777.


Hetty.  
ND10:1066, PA LM brig, Capt Joseph Ashbourn, 1777.


Hetty.  
ND10:835, ND11:70, American sloop, Capt David Tims, captured by Perseus, 1777.


Hetty.  
R77:232, ND8:1055, American vessel, Capt Francis Saltus, from Charlestown, SC, captured by British Phoenix in 1777.  Capture:40, sloop listed as Hitty from NC, master ??? Salter, captured off the Cape of VA in May 1777.


Hetty/Kitty.  
DaviesXIII:207-208, Philadelphia ship seized by crew at Bordeaux and taken to Dungarvan, Ireland/Britain, Dec 1777.


Hetty.  
NR:335, LCP:116/117, LM PA ship, 18 guns, 50 men, Capt James Josiah, May 1779.


Hetty.  
NR:335, LCP:116/117, C85, LM PA brig, 16 guns, 50 men, Capt Thomas Houston, Mar 1780, Samuel Davison, Aug and Sep, 1780.


Hetty.  
NR:336, LCP:116/117, LM PA ship, 20 guns, 80/110 men, Capt John Brice, Apr 1780.


Hetty.  
SchV:54, 20 gun vessel captured in 1780 in North America by the British Iris.


Hetty.  
Kaminkow:226, captured Mar 1781.


Hetty.  
NR:336, LCP:116/117, C25, LM PA schooner, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Henry Darnell, Sep 1781, Capt Thomas Deburk, Mar 1782.


Hetty.  
NR:336, CTP:122, LCT:116/117, LM CT brigantine, 8 guns, 35 men, Capt David Phipps, Sep 1782.


L’Heureuse Famillie.  
ND6:158, Capt Anthony Marmajou, active 1776.


L’Heureuse Rencontre.  
Allen:205, MA privateer schooner, 6 swivels, 20 men, Capt Jean Dàguin/Daggan, Sep 1779.


L’Heureux.  
Augur:140, 234, DaviesXV:72, Beaumarchais ship, brought guns in late 1777.   
DaviesXIX216, ND8:856, ND9:376, 411, 624, ND10:1000, FordXI:484, French ship, Capt Pierre Landais, carrying arms to America, 1777, captured while going from Cayenne to France, by British Hermit, Nov 1781.  See also, Flamand.  
Ford1778:484.


L’Heureux Success.  
DaviesXIX:1297, French vessel captured, 1781-83.


Hibernia.  
ND1:1365, 1376, ??? ship, Capt Thomas Morrison, active in 1775, probably British.


Hibernia.  
ND2:89, British ship, Ireland to Philadelphia, lost in gale of Sep 1775 off Capes of VA.


Hibernia.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND8:859, British brig, Capt Jefferson, Dublin to Lisbon, 100 tons, 1776, captured by American Reprisal and others, 1777, renamed Harmonie.


Hibernia.  
ND11:1035, British snow, Capt Wilson, captured by American Aligator, which was in turn taken over by the prisoners and taken into the Bay of font-size:14pt"chal.


Hibernia.  
JA8:28, NY privateer, possibly Tory, 1778.


Hibernia.  
Mc:197, 362, Fowler:106, British privateer schooner, 10 guns, captured Apr 1779 by the American Ranger, Capt Thomas Simpson, or by the Continental ship Warren, Capt John B. Hopkins.


Hibernia.  
McM:41, CTP:107, British privateer sloop, 10 guns, Capt Hannah, prize of CT sloop Hancock, and sloop Randolph,  2 Sep 1780.  C112.


Hibernia.  
CTP:134, British privateer sloop, Capt John Denney, from New York, 10 guns, captured Aug 1781 by CT ship Hunter.  
C268, shows the Hibernia as a brig, and two captures.  There may have been two vessels.


Hibernia.  
NR:104, PCOII:67, 73, prize schooner, to be used as a tender.


Hibernia.  
ND7:468, SC privateer ship, Capt Stone, c 1776.


Hibernia.  
ND3:963, ND5:212, brig, Capt Samuel Avery, captured 23 Jan 1776, Philadelphia to Cape Fear, by the British Falcon, Capt John Linzee, carried into Cape Fear.


Hibernia.  
M:328, ND3:1342, ND4:38, Salley:20, 21, 25, ND7:43, 159, in 1775 a pilot boat of SC, Capt Thomas Smith.


Hibernia.  
Allen:177, MA privateer brig, Capt Moses Foster, 1777.


Hibernia.  
NR:337, LCP:118/119, LM PA brig, 14 guns, 30 men, Capt Robert Collings, Feb 1779.


Hibernia.  
NR:337, LCP:118/119, LM PA brigantine, 10 guns, 40 men, Capt John Angus, Jul 1779.


Hibernia.  
Allen:177, NR:338, Rand:833, MA privateer schooner, 10 guns, 50 men, Capt John O’Brien, May, 1779, formerly a British vessel.


Hibernia.  
NR:337, LCP:118/119, LM PA brigantine, 14 guns, 35 men, Capt John Burrows, Dec 1779, Capt John Brice, Aug 1780.


Hibernia.  
C69, NH brigantine, 8 guns, 32 men, Capt Benjamin Conner, Aug 1780.


Hibernia.  
NR:337, CTP:123, LCP:118/119, LM CT sloop, 10 guns, 50 men, Capt Samuel Smedley, Oct 1780. Maclay:62, 63, 134, privateer brig of 6 guns and 60 men captured 14 British prizes in 1779/80.  CTN:57, Kaminkow:226, C18, C254, CT vessel, 10 guns, Capt. Samuel Smedley, sailed 10 Oct, captured 25 Oct 1780, and carried into New York, thence to Old Mill Prison.  C96, 203.


Hibernia.  
McM:275, RI ship, 1780.


Hibernia.  
NR:338, LM PA brigantine, 4 guns, 14 men, Capt John Baxter, May 1781.  LCP:118/119, shows Capt James Baxter.


Hibernia.  
Mill:141, sloop taken Oct 1780, crew sent to Mill Prison, 1781.


Hibernia.  
Allen:177, NR:338, LCP:118/119, C9LM MA/NH privateer brigantine, 4 guns, 15 men, in Sep 1779 commanded by Capt William O’Brien, in Aug 1780 by Capt Enoch Titcomb, Jr, and in May 1781 by Jeremiah O’Brien of Machias, ME, and later of Newburyport, MA, and in Jul 1782 by Joseph Atkins of Newburyport.


Hibernia.  
Allen:177, NR:338, LCP:118/119, LM MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 20 men, Capt George Smith of Boston, Aug 1782 and by Joseph Darbey of Boston in Oct 1782.  Leamon:100 shows a 10 gun schooner commanded by John O’Brien of Machias, ME.


Hier Adams.  
M:37, ship purchased by Benjamin Franklin to move goods left behind by the South Carolina.  
Capt Samuel Smedley captained the Hier Adams on its trip to America, Sep 1782.


Hillsborough.  
McM:429, DaviesXVI:2329, ND11:130, British packet, Capt George Blackhall in 1778,  captured Mar 1780 by Capts Macatter and Dowling of Dunkirk.


Hillsborough.  
ND5:538, probably an American vessel active in mid 1776.


Hinchinbrook.  
SchV:51, British vessel, 20 guns, foundered off Jamaica in 1782.


Hinchinbrook. ND1:914, 1179, ND4:1226, ND6:1423, ND8:231, ND9:577, ND10:693, DaviesXV:66, 108, SchV:42, Appeals162:3:27, FordXI:818, ND7:965, HM armed schooner/brigantine, 10/12 guns, Lt Alexander Ellis, taken by three GA navy galleys under Colonel Samuel Elbert and Col White, Apr 1778, case appealed, but there were no papers remaining.  FordXVIII:825, apparently the captured vessel was placed into service by the Governor of GA, then was lost in the Savannah River.  FordXXI:982, a vessel of this name was to be taken into Cont. service, Sep 1781.  C30.


Hinde/Hynde.  
Allen:178, Paine:456, NR:338, 348, LCP:118/119, LM MA privateer brig/brigantine of Salem, 8 guns, 16 men, Capt Gamaliel Hodges in 1781, Capt Joseph Leach in 1782, and Capt Benjamin Dunham of Salem in Jul 1782, and Capt Francis Boardman of Salem in Jul 1782.  Paine actually shows two ships, the Hind and the Hynde.


Hippopatame.  
ND9:582, ND10:886-87, 962, 983, French ship, 1777.  LG:205, one of the vessels set up by Beaumarchais to move supplies clandestinely to the United States.


Hiram.  
Howe:337, ND10:1204, R76III:314, British brigantine, 50 tons, Capt Trasher, Jamaica to London, captured in the West Indies in Sep 1776 by the Retaliation.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND10:1204, C144.


Hiram.  
ND7:62, schooner, probably British, active, late 1776.


Hiram.  
ND11:453, VA brig loaded with tobacco, captured by British Winchelsea, Capt N. Bateman, 24 Jan 1778.


Hiram.  
ND11:205, 455, American brig, captured by British Aeolus, 24 Jan 1778.


Hiram.  
Allen:178, MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 16 men, Capt Samuel Butler, May 1779.


Hiram.  
Kaminkow:226, C144, MA Capt Burton Hathaway, captured before Sep 1779 by the British Botetourt.


Hirondelle.  
ND9:124, French corvette, 16 guns, Capt/Comte de Kergariou de Roscouet, active in 1777 and 1778.   Villiers:305, escorted convoy from Cap Français to France, 1782.


Hodgson.  
NR:188, Ford XXI:945, a schooner seized illegally by the Morning Star, 1781.


Hodshon.  
Allen:175, MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 12 men, Capt Robert Stonehouse, Oct 1779.


Hoffnung.  
ND7:762, brigantine, Capt John McKever, delivered powder to John Ross of Philadelphia, c 1776.


Holderness.  
Howard:148, merchant ship from Boston under Mr. Jones bound for West Indies.


Holderness.  
Mc:420, joint Continental prize, Aug 1779.


Holderness.  
SchV:43, FW3:602, British vessel/cutter, 4/8 guns, destroyed in 1779 in the English Channel by the combined American and French fleet.


Holderness.  
Mwhipple:113, 114, British warship, 22 guns, captured by Capt Abraham Whipple.


Holken.  
CTP262, CT sloop, Capt Jonathan Merry, took part on 18 Mar 1781 in capture of British goods on Long Island.


Holker.  Maclay:134, 211, 214, 215, Buel:93, 174, NR:339, FordXVII:801, a Philadelphia, PA, brig which was the most famous privateer, with 16 guns and a crew of 100 men, in action 1779-82, Capt George Geddes, Apr 1779, Capt Mathew Lawler, Nov 1779, Capt Roger Keane, Jul 1780, Capt John Quinlan, Jun 1782.  C172 shows that the vessel, under Capt Roger Keane, was caught in a storm and destroyed, with 57 men rescued by the British.  This would indicate there were two vessels.


Holker.  NR:339, LM MD schooner, 10 guns, 17 men, Capt William Coward, Apr 1780, Capt Robert Montgomery, Sep 1780.  C211, captured by British in May 1780.


Hollandia/Hollande.  
SchV:67, R83II:191, FW4:642, Dutch naval warship, 64/68 guns, Capt Dédel, sunk on Dogger Bank in 1781, 64 men killed or wounded.


Holt.  
ND11:775, American sloop, from Williamsburg, VA, captured by the Br tender Dasher and broken up for firewood, Apr 1778.


Holy Martyrs/Santos y Martyros.  
NR:89, 98-105, brigantine.  CC:M247, R58, #44, pp 463, Spanish brig.  FordXIV:608, FordXV:1059, 1423, Spanish ship, Capt Joachim de Luca, captured by American privateers, libeled in MA by Nathaniel Tracey, restored to owners, damages demanded, Dec 1779.  Capturing privateers included the schooner Success, Capt Philip Trask.   
FordXVIII:933 shows Joseph de Lano as Master and John Larriqui of Boston as the merchant who disposed of her cargo.


Homer.  
ND1:1388, ND2:1347, ND3:472, British snow, Capt John Donnet, active in 1775.


Honeoop.  
R81II:286, Dutch East India ship of 1100 tons from China, Capt Laud, captured by British in 1781.


Honest Endeavor.  
CTP:232, British schooner, 30 tons, New York to Halifax, captured 27 Feb 1783 by the CT brigantine Thetis.


Honor/Honour.  
Paullin:368, CTN:45, 302, Mc:130, R77:407, West Indiaman brigantine, Capt Casey, Corke to Newfoundland, captured 8 Jul 1777 by the CT Oliver Cromwell, Capt Seth Harding, and sent to New Bedford.  ND11:736, ND10:11, 471, 641, 812, brig, Capt John Jackson, 1777.


Honor & Helen.  
ND4:1012, American vessel, fired on by British frigate Pallas, Jan 1775, for flying a pennant.


Honoria Sophia.  
Neesor:152, captured off Cape Finister by Capt Conyngham, recaptured off Cape Cod.  JA6:120.


Honour.  
ND9:249, 879, ND10:812, British brig, Capt John Jackson, captured in 1777 by Oliver Cromwell.


Hoogcarspel.  
R81II:286, Dutch East India ship, 1000 tons, from China, captured 1781.


Hooker.  
R81II:286, Dutch ship taken by British, 1781.


Hooker.  
NR:340, LCP:120/121, LM PA boat, 2 guns, 35 men, Capt Henry Martin, Jun 1781.


Hoop/Hope/Hoog.  
ND9:123, ND10:773, Dutch ship, Capt Martinus Bruine Hooges Zeyl, captured by British Seaford, c 1777.


Hooper.  
Klotz:50-51, American vessel, Capt William Knapp, captured by a Jersey privateer Active within the port of Santoña 10 Jan 1778.


Hoorn.  
R82II:168, Dutch navy, 1782, Capt M. Soutmatz.


Hope. ND2:31, British schooner, Capt George Curwin, passed the British guardship Nautilus, went up the Delaware River to Philadelphia, and was captured by Americans, Sep 1775. DaviesX:126, vessel in British service taken by Americans at Philadelphia, Nov 1775.  
ND4:1342, ship, Capt George Curwin, permit to sail for Cont. Congress, Apr 1776.  Capt George Curwin later commanded other American vessels.


Hope.  
ND1:51, 68, 1364, 1376, ??? brig, Capt George Robinson, probably British, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND1:1366, HMS schooner, Capt George Southward, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND1:760, ??? transport, in service in 1775, probably British.


Hope.  
ND2:1346, 1353, ??? brig, Capt Samuel Waters, probably British, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND2:394, ??? schooner, Capt Benjamin Cook, probably British, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND2:1359, ??? snow, Capt Humphry Barber, probably British, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND2:1349, 1353, ??? snow, Capt Philip Flin, probably British, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND2:678, ??? vessel, Capt Parry, probably British, active 1775.


Hope.  
ND3:342, 1041, ??? vessel, Capt Collins, probably British, active late 1775.


Hope.  
CTN:39, British ship, Capt Quince, captured in Aug 1776 by the CT Spy, Capt Niles.  Force:5:III:1528, 1527, St Vincent’s to London, 200 tons, taken and retaken by the British Lizard in 1776.  C222.


Hope.  
ND4:813, schooner, one of the King’s armed tenders, sold by the Admiral to ??? Breed of London, left at Hancock’s Wharf when the British evacuated Boston in Mar 1776, taken by Americans.


Hope.  
GWNavy:144-146, 231, DaviesX:358, ND5:1152, ND6:575, ND8:315, McMA:24, British ship, 280/350 tons, Cork to Boston, loaded with munitions, Capt A. Lumsdale, captured 17 May 1776 by the Franklin, Capt James Mugford.  
Force:5:III:1528, British transport.  RM9:280, in 1784, the surviving officers and men petitioned for more reimbursement than they had received as prizes.  C149.


Hope.  
H:241, wartime British prison ship, New York.


Hope.  
Emmons:42/43, ND6:1302, British schooner, captured by the Providence, Capt John Paul Jones.


Hope.  
Mc:216, British schooner captured Sep 1776 and burned.


Hope.  
ND6:1218, ND7:710,  ship, Capt Quince, probably British, captured by Americans but recaptured by British Galatea, c  1776.


Hope.  
C233, British ship, captured in Aug 1776 by the CT schooner Spy, apparent prize master of Capt Timothy Parker, retaken by British, with Capt Parker to New York.


Hope.  
ND7:471, schooner captured by American Washington,


Hope.  
ND7:444. British brig, captured by Americans, recaptured by HMS Lizard, 1776.


Hope.  
ND8:699, British ship, Capt Price, captured by American privateer, 1777.


Hope.  
ND8:163, British brig, captured by Americans, recaptured by British Lizard, 1777.


Hope.  
ND8:646, 657, 666, British ship, formerly Port Henderson, Capt John Hatter, captured by Americans, c 1777.  ND7:227, shows John Hatter as Capt of SC privateer snow Hope.


Hope.  
ND9:406, tender, Capt Bridges, probably British, active 1777.


Hope.  
R77:108, ND7/2, British ship, Capt Job Prince, Newfoundland to West Indies, 1777.


Hope.  
ND9:485, 499, British brig, Capt John Inman, captured by General Mifflin, 1777.


Hope.  
CTP:135, C130, British schooner, captured in May 1777 by the CT sloop Industry, Capt Joshua Griffith.


Hope.  
R77:514, British vessel, Capt Butler, Newfoundland to a market, 1777.


Hope.  
ND10:414-415, British sloop, captured by Cutter and Terrible, libelled in MA Middle District, 1777.


Hope   
R77:108, ND10:1205, British schooner,  probably Capt James Godfrey, 50 tons, England to N. S., 9 Jan 1777. ND10:354, this is likely the vessel captured by the Bunker Hill, libelled in MA Middle District.


Hope.  
ND11:34, British Navy victualler, Capt John Hyde, captured by American privateer, then recaptured by British Mermaid, then contact was lost, late 1777.


Hope.  
CTP:65, ND10:1206, British schooner, Capt Amos Hillier, 60 tons, West Indies goods, captured near Point Judith on 7 Jun 1778 by CT schooner Chatham.


Hope.  
CTP:215, British schooner, from Jamaica, captured in May 1777 by CT armed boat, Capt David Brooks.  


Hope.  
McMA:76, British brig, London to Barbados, captured Jan 1777 by MA privateer brigantine Washington.  
R76II:235, prize brig taken by Americans in 1777.


Hope.  
ND10:579, British brig/victualer captured by an American privateer and recaptured by Br. Mermaid, c 1777.


Hope.  
JA6:242, Jersey privateer, no other info.


Hope.  
R77:514, ND11:230, British schooner captured in the Delaware River, by NJ militia, Jan 1778.


Hope. Capture:41-42, British brigantine captured 30 Oct by the privateer schooner Hawke commanded by John Lee, sent to Newbury, MA, recaptured by British 11 Dec 1778.


Hope.  
ND11:11, British or Tory schooner, Capt William Hunt, had his cargo libeled, Jan 1778, by the LM Patty in MA Middle District.


Hope.  
Mc:107, ND11:1134, British LM ship, Capt A. Jones, captured in Mar 1778 by the Revenge of Dunkirk, Capt Conyngham, but was retaken by the British frigate Enterprise and the Levant.


Hope.  
ND11:318, British ship, Capt John Jutua, formerly the True Briton, prize of the American Randolph, sold at auction in Charlestown, SC, Feb 1778.


Hope.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:3:28, FordXII:886, CT case, the schooner and its cargo in Lopez, the claimant vs David Brooks, appealed Sep 1778.  CTP:91, British vessel captured by the CT Fessey and the Chatham, 7 Jun 1778.


Hope.  
Mc:104, Neeser:152, ND11:919, British ship, Capt William Butler, captured in the Bay of Biscay on Oct 1778 by the Revenge of Dunkirk, Capt Conyngham, and sent to Bilboa, Spain.


Hope.  
McM:167, British brig, prize of MA at Martinique, Jan 1779.  FordXVIII:533, the brig Hope was sold by the Commander of Martinique, and the money assigned to Mr. William Bingham.  Cont. Congress in its investigation found that Mr. Bingham was acting as the American agent, that the Hope was not British, and that the captors, the Captain, owners, and crew of the MA privateer Pilgrim, had no case against the MA property of Mr. Bingham.


Hope.  
Clark:I:111, SchV:43, British sloop of war, 14 guns, Capt M. Hindman, captured in 1779 by the American privateer, Pickering.


Hope.  
Kaminkow:226, C122, Capt James Gillis, captured before Sep 1779, claimed by Tories.


Hope.  
Capture:40-41, British brigantine loaded with rum and sugar, captured by Americans but retaken by the British a few hours later in Dec, year not stated.


Hope.  
McM:101, CTP:194, British sloop, Capt George Lovie, St Kitts to New York, prize of CT ship Recovery, Mar 1780.


Hope.  
SchV:44, British cutter, 14 guns, Lt L. Vickers, captured in 1781 off the coast of America by the French.


Hope.  
SchV:50, British vessel, 16 guns, Capt W. Thomas, lost in 1781 off Savannah.


Hope.  
McMA:68, Danish brig, thought to be British, captured by the MA Pilgrim, but returned to her owners.


Hope.  
C273, British brigantine from Liverpool, England, captured 2 Apr 1783 by the CT brigantine Marshall, Capt Noah Scovell.


Hope.  
CTP:156, Case 103, CT vs brigantine Hope.  
British brigantine, Jamaica to New York, West Indies products, captured 2 Apr 1783 by CT brigantine Marshall, Capt Noah Scovel.




Hope.  
ND3:1368, ??? snow, Capt Jonathan Hyde, probably American, entered Port of Baltimore from Liverpoole 24 Aug 1775.


Hope.  
ND3:1041, Capt Collins, Philadelphia to Bristol, arrived, Jan 1776.


Hope.  
ND3:1146, RI sloop, Capt James Sweet, owner William Greene, bonded 6 Feb 1776 for voyage to CT or NY.


Hope.  
ND4:290, sloop, Capt Andrew Brown, owners Andrew Brown and John Burr, from Charleston to New York, captured at sea 10 Mar 1776 by HMS Mercury.


Hope.  
ND4:506, sloop, Capt Cowdrey to help move troops from Norwich, March 1776.


Hope.  
ND4:689, 1473, brig, owned by Robert Donald of VA, sold to VA and renamed Raleigh, 1776.


Hope.  
ND4:637, MA brigantine, Capt Joseph Adams, to sail to West Indies with load of lumber, to return with salt, 1776.


Hope.  
ND4:1481, sloop, Capt Moses Lippitt, RI to St. Croix, 26 Apr 1776.   
ND6:140, 141, ND8:305, American sloop, Capt Moses Lippett, captured by British Niger, 1776.


Hope/Hornet.  
ND5:981, sloop, Capt William Hallot, Cont. Navy vessel, 1776.


Hope.  
C144, SC privateer snow, Capt John Hatter, Nov 1776.


Hope.  
ND6:1328, schooner, probably American, active late 1776.


Hope.  
ND5:1176, ND6:75, 1169, American sloop, Capt George Cuzens, captured by HMS Antelope, 1776.


Hope.  
ND7:1158, ship, Capt Collins, probably American, active, late 1776.


Hope.  
ND7:769, probably an American vessel, Capt Wilcox, active, late 1776.


Hope.  
Force:5:III:1525, ND7:155, 234, 286, American sloop, master Jean Louis, Philadelphia to Charleston, captured in 1776 by British Raven, Cherokee.


Hope.  
ND8???, ship, Capt Price, probably American, active 1776.


Hope.  
ND7:1085, ND8:83, American sloop, Capt Arno Renon, captured by British Hind, 1776 or 1777.


Hope.  
ND7:1149, schooner, Capt T. Cunningham, captured by British Solebay, c 1776.


Hope.  
ND7:1237, brig, recaptured by Rattlesnake, c 1776.


Hope.  
R77:231, ND7:1205, ND8:1053, American ship, Capt Ephraim Bartlett, from New England, captured by British Emerald in 1777.


Hope.  
Force:5:III:1526, ND8:250, ND6:997-998, ND7:456, MA privateer schooner, Capt Walter Hatch, captured in Sep 1776 by British Hope.  
C144.


Hope.  
ND8:161, ND11:449, American sloop, loaded with molasses, captured by British Boreas, Capt Charles Thompson, 1777.


Hope.  
ND8:82-83, ND11:126, American schooner, Capt William Ross, captured by British Hind, Capt Henry Byrne, condemned at Antigua, 14 Jan 1777.


Hope.  
ND8:9, schooner to be sold, probably American, 1777.


Hope.  
ND8:147, brigantine, probably American, 1777.


Hope.  
ND8:1063, sloop, probably American, Capt Mathew Hindman, active 1777.


Hope.  
ND???, sloop, Capt John Long, captured British Vulture, 1777.


Hope.  
DaviesXIII:354, SC vessel, captured by HM cutter Griffin, Sep 1778.


Hope.  
Robertson(1959):108, PA ship carrrying food for the French Army, captured by British and taken to Jamaica.


Hope.  
NR:340, LCP:120/121, LM PA sloop, 8 guns, 25 men, Capt George Geddes/Geddis, Dec 1776/78.


Hope.  
ND9:349, armed schooner, probably American, active 1777.


Hope  
ND9:965, American sloop, Capt Charles Jones, captured by British Apollo, 1777.


Hope.  
ND10:1205, schooner, Capt Caldwell, 1777. (no other info).


Hope.  
ND10:197, American sloop, Capt Theophilus Elsworth, captured by Ariadne, 1777.


Hope.  
ND10:618, 719, 721, sloop Capt Jacob Funcks, 1777. (no other info).


Hope.  
C122, American vessel deporting loyal British subjects, Capt James Gillis, captured by British Griffin and Speedwell, vessel Hope claimed by loyal subjects in British courts, undated.


Hope.  
ND10:104, sloop, Capt John Long, captures Vulture, 1777.


Hope.  
ND11:184-185, American sloop, Capt Jonathan Jutua, captured in Boston Bay with lumber in June 1777 by British Ambuscade.


Hope/Hoope.  
Force:5:III:1524, ND11:28, American sloop, Egg Harbour, NJ, to Surinam, Capt T. Cunningham, captured in Oct 1776 by British Solebay, condemned at St Vincents..


Hope.  
ND11:451, American schooner, loaded with tobacco and staves, captured by British Southampton, Capt Will Garnier, 1777.


Hope.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:13:103, the brigantine.


Hope.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:10:85, the brigantine vs John Martin and Coakley.


Hope.  
American ship, Capt A. Jones,  captured 25 Mar 1778 by British Enterprise, Levant.


Hope.  
CTP:132, CT privateer schooner, Capt John Smith, took one prize 27 Jul 1778.


Hope.  
Allen:179, MA privateer brigantine, 110 tons, 12 guns, 40 men, Capt William Friend in Sep 1778.  Herbert:112, ship sank in Apr 1778.


Hope.  
NR:340, LCP:120/121, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 15 men, Capt Thomas Ward, Aug 1779.


Hope.  
NR:340, LCP:120/121, LM MD sloop, 2 guns 7 men, Capt George Garston, Sep 1779. Possibly Ford1779:1330.


Hope.  
CTP:132, CT privateer boat, Capt Samuel Smith, brought in one British vessel which carried illicit goods from Long Island.


Hope.  
Howe:412, Maclay:207, 215, Allen:179, LCP:120/121, C343, Beverly, MA one or more schooner/brigantine privateers, 60 tons, 6/10 guns, 20/35 men, Capt William Woodberry in Oct 1778, Capt John Carey in Apr 1779, made several captures in 1780, Capt Herbert Woodbury.  
Eastman:61, at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Jul 1782 under Capt Woodbury.  Howe:360, captured off Newfoundland in 25 Sep 1782 by the British Prince Edward, but the crew of the Hope, 21 in number, were able to take over the British vessel in which they were held and bring the vessel into Portsmouth 30 Sep 1782.  C343.  Ford1778:886.


Hope.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:8:62, the PA case of the sloop of war vs Jonathan Harridan.  Owners were Daniel Robinson and Daniel Bourdoux, both of PA.  FordXV:1330, Joseph Blewer was claimant.


Hope.  
C240, NH boat, 2 swivels, 10 men, Capt William Preston, May 1780.


Hope.  
McM:41, CT sloop, 1780.


Hope.  
NR:341, LCP:120/121, LM PA ship, 12 guns, 50 men, Capt William Hayman, Dec 1780, Jun 1781.


Hope.  Maclay:168-176, privateer sloop, 7 guns, 20 men, from Providence, RI, in use in 1780, when it recaptured the Success.  LCP:120/121, NR:341, LM RI sloop, 9 guns, 40 men, Capt James Munro, Oct 1780.  Kaminkow:227, Capt Thomas Munro, captured before Apr 1782.


Hope.  
Allen:180, NR:340, LCP:120/121, LM MA privateer brigantine, 4 guns, 11 men, Capt Thomas Palfrey, Feb 1780, probably later in Aug 1780 under Capt Robert Wormstead of Marblehead, and in Oct 1780 under Ezekiel Burroughs of Boston.


Hope.  
VANavy:166, NR:341, LCP:120/121, LM privateer schooner of 6 guns, 21 men, Capt Robert Conway, 1781.


Hope.  
Robertson(1959):138, privateer of Philadelphia, captured by British privateer in 1781 and taken into Jamaica.


Hope.  
Robertson(1959):60fn, LM of 14 guns from Philadelphia, PA, captured by British in 1781 and taken to Jamaica.


Hope.  
Robertson(1959):190, LM ship of Philadelphia, PA, captured by British and taken to Jamaica.


Hope  
NR:342, LCP:120/121, LM PA ship, 16 guns, 40 men, Capt Daniel Darbey, Mar 1781, John Fleming, Dec 1781, Capt Edward North, Feb 1782.


Hope.  
NR:341, LCP:120/121, LM MD schooner, 6 guns, 12 men, Capt James Gould, Jan 1781.


Hope.  
NR:342, LCP:120/121, LM RI sloop, 10 guns, 40 men, Capt Joseph Cooke, Jun 1781.


Hope.  
NR:341, LCP:120/121, LM MA schooner, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Samuel Trask, Feb 1781.


Hope.  
Allen:180, LCP:120/121, MA privateer brigantine, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Phoenix Frazier of Philadelphia, May 1781, probably under Capt Anthony Furnes/Ferness of Marblehead, in Sep 1781.


Hope.  
Allen:180, NR:340, LCP:120/121, LM MA privateer brig, 8 guns, 15 men, Capt Joseph Hinckley of Marblehead in Sep 1781.


Hope.  
Appeals Case 85, American brigantine, Capt Benjamin Coakley, captured 12 Oct 1781 by the British cutter Guernsey, Capt John Kellier, and Thomas Nastell was placed on board as prizemaster.  The Hope was recaptured 23 Oct 1781 by the American brig Otho at Hampton Roads.


Hope.  
Allen:180, NR:341, LCP:120/121, LM MA privateer schooner, 10 guns, 20 men, Capt Nathaniel Goodwin of Boston, Nov 1780, and under Samuel Trask of Boston, Feb 1781, and under Nathan Plimpton of Boston, May 1781.


Hope.  
C216, RI vessel, Capt Thomas Munro, captured before Apr 1782 by British Jupiter.  Possibly Ford1780:533-534.


Hope.  
Allen:180, Paine:456, LCP:120/121, Salem, MA privateer schooner, 8 guns, 25 men, Capt Robert Wormsted, Sep 1781, and under John Palmer of Salem, Sep 1782.


Hope.  
Robertson(1959):179, sixteen vessels of this name were litigated before the Vice-Admiralty Court in Port Royal, Kingston, Jamaica, during the war.


Hopewell.  
ND2:1346, 1353, ??? brig, Capt Joseph Barber, probably British, active 1775.


Hopewell.  
McM:440, British ship captured by Black Prince of Dunkirk, 1779.


Hopewell.  
Howe:349, British merchant ship of 115 tons, taken in 1780 by the Pilgrim.


Hopewell.  
ND10:1210, British shallop, Capt Homer, 20 tons, Nova Scotia fisherman, taken by Zebulon Rowe, 7 Jan 1783.


Hopewell.  
ND2:692, 694, American ship, Capt John Ayles, found to have gunpowder on board, detained by HMS Aresthusa, Aug 1775.


Hopewell.  
ND1:382, apparently a trading vessel working with Willing, Morris and Company, arrived at Falmouth and London, Jan 1775.


Hopewell.  
ND6:1170, schooner, Capt Elisha Jones, captured in Sep 1776 by the Br. Boreas, Capt Charles Thompson.


Hopewell.  
M880:3, schooner, Capt John Eglin, in support of Yorktown operations, Oct 1781.


Hopewell.  
VANavy:166, NR:344, LCP:120/121, VA LM privateer schooner of 4 swivel guns and 12 men, Capt Richard Conway, Jul 1782.


Hopewell.  
Howe:412, NR:344, LCP:120/121, LM Beverly, MA, schooner, 25 tons, 10 guns, 40 men, privateer, Capt Cornelius Dunham and Martin Brewster, in action 1782/83.  
C97, another Capt was Benjamin Dunham, Jun 1782.


Hopkins.  
ND6:273, 639, 757, 1110, schooner, formerly the HM Hawke, Capt John Wallace, captured by fall, 1776, then sold and renamed Hopkins.  


Horatio.  
Allen:181, MA privateer sloop, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Thomas Eskridge, Oct 1779.


Horner.  
Vessel acting for the SC Navy, along with the Notre Dame, Eagle, in the Spring of 1779 captured the British sloop Prince of Wales, and British brig, Royal Charlotte.


Hornet.  
C104, British galley, captured 10 Jul 1781 by the CT armed schooner Weasel, Capt Gilbert Fanning, and the galley Rainbow, Capt House.


Hornet.  
Dandridge:186, VANavy:160, ND6:980, ND7:1177, schooner in VA Navy, Capt Richard Taylor, and Capt Walter Brooke, 1776-77, originally the sloop Liberty.  It captured the British schooner Speedwell in 1776.  Eller:201, disposition unknown.


Hornet.  
ND6:294, schooner, probably American, active in fall, 1776.


Hornet, 10 guns.  
Greenwood:xx,  ND3:607, 1291, 738, 1127, 1307, Cont. sloop, fitted out in Baltimore, MD, Capt William Stone, active in late 1775. 10 guns.  
Smith:45, 66-69, 104, ND4:1370, ND6:1294, ND7:1104, ND8:443, 989, ND9:159, ND10:1070, Cont. Navy sloop, assigned to the New Providence Expedition, Cont. Capt William Stone, Aug 1776.  It had a collision with the Fly and had to return to port with its 70 seamen.  Joshua Barney may have been Capt at one time.  Coggins:203, M:250, it was the sloop Falcon purchased in 1775, first Capt Stone, then under Capt John Nicholson destroyed to prevent capture by the British Porcupine in Delaware River in Oct 1777. FordXI:687, shows Capt John Nicholson making application for relief from blame in the loss of the vessel, Jul 1778.  RM2:300 shows it lost to the British in the summer of 1777 off the coast of SC.   
ND11:450, American sloop, Capt Nichols, with arms and indigo, captured by British Porcupine, Capt Thomas Cadogan, 1777.  C134, 221.   
ND11:454, 887, Continental Navy sloop, 1778.  Kaminkow:227, C331, Capt John Welch, captured Oct 1777 by British Porcupine, but he escaped;  or John Nicholson.   Connor:346fn(1876), Connor:18fn(1877), C30, C185, Philadelphia ship taken 1777, crew arriving at Forton Prison 13 Oct 1777.   Clearly, there are confusing records about this vessel.)


Hornet, 1 gun.  Coggins:99, PANavy:342, ND9:216, armed guard boat, PA Navy, Capt William Greenway, Jul 1777.  C128.


Hornet.  
ND11:694, VA trading schooner, Capt James Hobbs, active in 1778.


Hornet.  
ND11:451, American sloop, loaded with salt and rum, captured by British Aeolus, Capt Chris Atkins, May 1777.  Possibly JA6:396.


Hornet.  
NR:344, LCP:122/123, LM PA sloop, 18 guns, 50 men, Capt David Stephens, Sep 1778, Capt Abraham Davis, Sep 1779, Capt William Moore, Apr 1780.


Hornet.  
Capture:20, American brig with 10 carriage guns and 40 men which captured the brigantine Davis.  
Allen:181, MA privateer brig, 8 guns, 8 swivels, 45 men, Capt John Sellers, Jun 1778.


Hornet.  
Allen:181, MA privateer schooner, 10 guns, 8 swivels, 50 men, Capt Nathaniel Bentley, Jan 1778.


Hornet.  
Allen:182, MA privateer schooner, 2 guns, 16 swivels, 60 men, Capt Nathaniel Reynolds, Jun 1778, and under Nehemiah Buffington in Aug 1778, and under Capt George Osborn in Dec 1778.


Hornet.  
Allen:182, MA privateer schooner, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt William Springer, Sep 1778.


Hornet.  
Coggins:103, M:329, Salley:202, many others, brig in SC Navy, 1779.


Hornet.  
NR:344, LCP:122/123, LM PA schooner, 8 guns, 45 men, Capt Oliver Gleason, Feb 1779.


Hornet.  
NJNavy:217, wartime armed boat of the NJ naval militia.


Hornet.  
NR:344, CTP:131, LCP:122/123,LM CT schooner, 4 guns, 15 men, Capt Sylvester Pendleton, May 1779, one French prize had been taken earlier.


Hornet.  
CTP:132, C165, CT privateer boat, Capt Charles Jenks, May 1779, with the CT Prudence, Capt Israel Stoddard, the Hornet helped capture British sloops Defiance, Adventure, Dispatch.


Hornet.  
Allen:182, Paine:456, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns 13 men, Capt Robert Brookhouse, Jun 1779.


Horn Snake.  
ND11:452, Sloop, Capt More, from Charleston, SC, with tobacco, rice, and indigo, captured by British Diligence, Capt Thomas Dewey, 1777.  FordXV:1036, Cont. armed vessel, Capt Ralph Moor, memorial to Congress, referred to Comm on Commerce, Sep 1779.


Hostage.  
ND7:83, 104, British cartel, may have held American prisoners at different times, 1776-77.


Hotham.  
NR:90, DaviesXIII:384, FordXII:1168, British sloop, tender/flag of truce, wrecked, and crew taken prisoner, by Nov 1778.  Cargo showed seditious nature.


Houghton.  
ND2:175, ??? vessel, Capt Somersby, active 1775.  DaviesXVI:391, British storeship with ordnance for Jamaica, feared captured Aug1780.


Hound.  
ND4:1010, probably British vessel, Lt William Gregg, active mid 1776.


Hound.  
Allen:183, MA privateer brigantine, Oct 1779, Capt William Bunker.


Hound.  
Allen:183, NR:345, LCP:122/123, LM MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 20 men, under Capt Nathaniel Hathaway of Dartmouth in Apr 1781.


Hound.  
Allen:183, Paine:456, NR:345, LDP:122/123, LM MA privateer brigantine, 14 guns, 50 men, Capt John Adkinson of Salem in Apr 1781 and under Capt Ephraim Emerton of Salem in Oct 1781.


Houston.  
ND1:41, ship, Capt Robert M’Lish, arrived in Prince Georges Co, MD, owner James Hoggan, merchant at Bladensburg, Dec 1774.  ND6:600, probably the British transport, Capt McLeish, active in fall, 1776.


How.  
Allen:183, MA privateer brig, 8 guns, 40 men, no other info.


Howe.  
ND4:1012, probably British ship, active mid 1776.


Howe.  
R77:514, British vessel, Capt Baine, Pensacola to Greenock, captured 1777.


Howe.  
R77:514, British vessel, Capt Underwood, taken and retaken, 1777.


Hudson.  
Paullin:475, NY armed sloop, fitted out in August 1776 for defense of the Hudson River, along with the Camden..


Humbird.  
CTP:93, British schooner, captured near mouth of Connecticut River, 30 Jun 1779.


Humbird.  
ND4:1481, sloop, Capt Philip Manchester, RI to NY, 4 May 1776, and 18 May 1776.


Humbird.  
ND10:590, NR:345, CTP:132, LCP:122/123, LM CT schooner, 2 guns, 10 men, Capt Israel Lewis, Aug 1777, Capt Daniel Griffing, Apr 1778, Capt Oliver Goodrich, Oct 1778.  (Ownership apparently changed, but NLHSI:IV:28 shows them separately.) This vessel was wrecked in 1786 at St Eustatia.


Humbird.  
C256, NH schooner, 6 swivels, 25 men, Capt Samuel Rice, Sep 1778.


Humbird.  
Allen:183, MA privateer brigantine, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Samuel Ingersoll, Aug 1780.


Humbird.  
NR:345, LM CT whaleboat, 4 guns, 7 men, Capt Daniel Cheney, Jul 1781.  CTP:133, shows Capt Jared Robinson as commander, took one prize in summer, 1781.  LCP:122/123, CT boat, Capt Seth Overton.


Humbug.  
Capture:42, American schooner captured before 3 Nov 1781.


Hume.  
NR:148, PCOII:182, 216, Jamaica to New York, captured off Sandy Hook, year not shown.


Humming Bird.  
NR:346, LCP:122/123, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 16 men, Capt John Hennessy, Aug 1779.  Appeals Case 63, schooner, 4 guns, 10 men, involved in capture of brigantine Pitt by ship Jay in Oct 1779.  McPA:269, PANavy:317-318, this vessel was apparently captured June 1779 by Tory privateer Bayard, Capt Benedict Byrn, and recaptured by PA General Green under Capt James Montgomery.


Humming Bird.  
NR:346, LCP:122/123, LM MD schooner, 8 guns, 13 men, Capt John Stout, Mar 1780.


Humming Bird.  
M880:3, schooner, Capt John Hague, from Richmond, supported Yorktown, Oct 1781.


Hunter.  
ND2:1346, 1352, ??? brig, Capt John Robinson, probably British, active 1775.


Hunter.  
ND10:722, brig, probably British, captured c 1777 by Lynx.


Hunter.  
CTP:99, British privateer sloop, captured May 1779 by CT General Putnam.  
C270.


Hunter.  
CTP:54, British privateer sloop, Capr Robert McLarty, captured May 1779 by the CT sloop Beaver.  
C145.


Hunter.  
McM:41, British ship, Capt Peter Petré, Guernsey to New York, prize of CT sloop Randolph, 2 May 1781.  C113.


Hunter.  
GWA:631, Dandridge:206, British prison ship hospital in New York, 1780, apparently in East River.  H:238, 241, British medical storeship for American prisoners, 1781.


Hunter.  
McM:19, CTP:155, British sloop, Capt John Mason, Bermuda to Charleston, prize of CT brigantine Marshall, 30 Aug 1782.  Possibly Ford1776:744.


Hunter.  
M880:3, 4, British galley which captured American prisoners as late as Mar 1783.


Hunter.  
ND2:1351, Capt Butler, active 1775.  ND3:685, brigantine, Capt Samuel Butler, bond at Edenton, NC, 25 Jan 1776.  Capt Butler may also be misread as Samuel Hunter.


Hunter.  
NR:346, LCP:124/125, LM CT sloop, 4 guns, 15 men, Capt Owen Shourtz, Nov 1778.  CTP:133, C82shows Capt as Asa Daniels in Nov 1778, who later was Capt of the CT Beaver, which captured the British brig Peter 29 Jun 1779.  Both Daniels and Shourtz seemed to have been commissioned to command the Hunter.


Hunter.   Maclay:135, NR:347, LCP:124/125, LM PA schooner of 12 guns and 60 men in action in Jan 1779, Capt James Douglass, then Capt Mathew Tibbs in Jul 1779 with 4 guns, 20 men.


Hunter.  Allen:183-184, Smith:207, HartIII:38, a 20 gun privateer with 50 men, Capt Nathan Brown,  owner Bartholomew Putnam, was captured in the Penobscot Expedition, Jul 1779.  McMA:95 shows 130 men.   Possibly Ford1779:508.


Hunter.  
FW3:836, American vessel, 18 guns, captured by fleet of Sir George Collier before Jul 1780.


Hunter.  
Allen:184, MA privateer sloop, 8 guns, 40 men, Capt Alexander Thompson Ogilvie, Jul 1779.  JA7:203, American merchant ship.


Hunter.  
Allen:184, NR:347, LCP:124/125, MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 15 men, Capt David Lawrence of Boston, Oct 1781.


Hunter.  
VANavy:167, NR:347, LCP:124/125, VA LM schooner of 10 guns and 50 men, Capt John McClure, 1781.


Hunter.  
Mill:210, sloop taken Mar 1781 at St Eustatius, crew sent to Mill Prison.  CTRec:605, CT privateer sloop, 4 guns, 6 swivels 15 men, Capt O. Short.  


Hunter.  
M880:3, American galley captured 23 Mar 1781, with crew imprisoned.


Hunter.  
NR:347, CTP:133, LCP:124/125, LM CT ship, 18 guns, 100 men, Capt Nathan Sage, Feb 1781, Capt Timothy Sage, Jul 1781, Capt John Smith, Apr 1782, took two prizes.


Huntingdon.  
Kaminkow:227, captured May 1781.


Huntington.  
NR:348, LCP:124/125, LM PA brig, 8 guns, 35 men, Capt John Stillwell, Mar 1780, Capt George Catton/Cotton, Aug 1780.  (apparently a change of owners.)


Huntington.  
Allen:184, NR:348, LCP:124/125, LM MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 16 men, Capt John Adams, Dec 1779, then under Capt Cornelius Fellows, May 1780, and under Capt Samuel Skinner in Sep 1780.


L’Huron.  
ND11:129, American polacre, Capt François Godin, captured by British schooners Surprize and Ranger, Captains James Morris and William Farley, condemned at Antigua 18 June 1777.


Huron.  
Villiers:400, French commercial navier in 1778 at Leoganne.


Hussar.  Maclay:68, ship of 24 guns captured by the British at war beginning.


Hussard/Huffard.  
SchV:61, French privateer, 16 guns, 85 men, captured by the British Nonsuch, in the Bay of Biscay.


Hussey.  
CTP:65, British sloop 1 gun, 10 swivels, 18 men, Capt John Atkinson, captured off Block Island 13 Apr 1782 by CT privateer sloop Centurion.  
C237.


Huzzar.  
H:287, SchV:47, British frigate, 28 guns, Capt C. M. Pole, sank in 1779 or 1780 in North River, New York.  JA9:70, possibly the frigate mentioned as Hussar.


Hyde.  
ND6:1517, packet, probably British, active in 1776.


Hyder Ally.  
NR:348, LCP:124/125, C294, LM PA ship, 12 guns, 40 men, Capt Henry Hawkins, Nov 1781.  Justus Starr may also have been its Captain in May 1782, with 16 guns, 100 men.


Hyder Ally. Maclay:179-190, Buel:218, 219, Smith:273-274, LCP:124/125, LM PA privateer, purchased in 1782, a former trading vessel.  It carried 16 guns and 110 men, Capt Joshua Barney.  ScharfI:263, RM4:553, SchV:45, at the Delaware when it captured the British General Monk 8 Apr 1782.  Bouvet:104, it may have been the ship which moved the French surgeons from Philadelphia back to France in Apr 1783.  Alternatively, it could have been a French vessel.


Hyder/Heyder Ally.  
Capture:42, Allen:185, NR:336, 337, LCP:124/125, LM MA privateer schooner with 11 three-pounders and 43 men, May 1782, Capt William Baldwin, captured 31 Oct 1782 on George’s Banks by HMS Chatham.


Hyder Ally.  
Allen:185, MA privateer row galley, 2 guns, 40 men, Capt Benjamin Conner of Newburyport, May 1782, captured Oct 1782 by HMS Chatham.


Hyder Alley.  
Paine:456, Salem, MA, brigantine privateer, 8 guns, 16 men, Capt Francis Boardman.


Hypocrite.  
McPA:330, British cutter, St Kitts to Jamaica, captured by the PA Holker, Feb 1781, this cutter purchased by PA agent Samuel Parsons and sent to Philadelphia.


Hyrondelle.  
ND11:1057, French brigantine, Capt Longquelpée, active in 1778, Dunkirk to America, stranded at Calais, where his cargo was damaged.




Ida and Ann/Idea and Ann/I. D. Ann.  
VANavy:154, S:46, 47, British armed merchant vessel captured in 1777 by the VA brig Liberty.


Illerim.  
Benson:122, a Swedish frigate which became an accidental victim of the war in 1780 while on a mission of the Swedish king to th King of Morroco.


Illustre.  
LG:655, French warship, 74 guns,  scheduled to support Admiral Suffren in the Indian Ocean, 1782.


Imperieux.  
Sch:V:62, French armed merchantman, 32 guns, 180 men, captured in 1781 by the British London, Rear-Admiral Graves, in North America.


Impertinent.  
M:269, British/New York privateer, Capt Jacob Getchus, in 1779 a prize of PA General Green.


Impertinent.  
Maclay:136, NR:349, LCP:132/133, PA brig of 8 guns, 30 men, Capt John Young in Jul 1779, Capt Alexander Henderson in Dec 1779,  which captured a cruiser in 1779.


Impromptu.  
NR:349, LCP:1f32/133, LM PA brigantine, 4 guns 14 men, Capt Jerémie Peaud, Mar 1781.


Incendiary.  
SchV:49, British fire ship, 8 guns, Capt W. A. Maeeick, lost on the Shingles in 1780, crew saved.


Incontistante/Inconstante.  
ND9:631, ND10:684, 854, ND11:219, 570, Villiers:300, French navy frigate, Capt Louis Cavelier de Cuverville, active in 1777, escorted convoy from Ile d’Aix to Martinique in 1780, in the West Indies until it burned 26 Jul 1781.


Increase.  
Sheppard:219, schooner.  Cohen:215 shows an Increase as a merchant brig.


Independence.  
ND2:???, brig, probably American, active 1775.


Independence.  
ND4:678, 1162, MA brigantine built at Kingston in 1776.


Independence.  
ND5:1303, sloop, Capt Jabez Whipple, active 1776.


Independence.  
ND5:1103, ND6:1216, ND7:746, NY privateer sloop, Capt Thomas Truxton, active in 1776. Independence.  
ND6:1057, 1215, NY privateer sloop, Capt Thomas Truxton, 1776.


Independence.  
ND6:1072, ND8:139, MD privateer sloop, Capt James Tibbett, 1776.


Independence.  Maclay:71, 78, 86, MA schooner of 6 guns which captured 6 vessels in 1776.


Independence.  
C158, NY privateer, Capt James Howlett, 1776.


Independence.  
Allen:185, MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 25 men, Capt William Nichols, Sep 1776.


Independence.  
Capture:43-44, Allen:185, MA privateer schooner with 6 carriage guns, 8 swivels, 50 men, under Capt John Gill, Apr 1776, captured the ship John, but it was lost to recapture.    
Force:5:III:1525, ND6:112, 747, ND7:859, MA Navy privateer, master John Gill, captured in 1776 by British Camilla.


Independence.  
ND7:428, 1153, C312, NC privateer brig, Capt Stephen Tinker, Oct 1776, captured by a British ship, Vice-Admiral Young, libeled, 1776.


Independence.  
Force:5:III:1526, ND6:1187, ND7:77, 254, 1194, ND8:1012, Cont. Army row galley, Capts John Baker, Jeremiah Putnam,  armed for war captured in 1776 in the North River by British Phoenix, Roebuck, and Tartar.


Independence.  
ND7:295, ND9:899, ND10:782, MD gondola, Capt Bennet Mathews, active in 1776.


Independence.  
ND11:125, American brig, captured by the Portland, Capt Thomas Dumaresq, condemned at Antigua 5 Dec 1776.


Independence.  
ND6:706, ND7:165, 168, 250, 18, C334, 312, RI Privateer sloop, Capts Jabez Whipple in Jul 1776, John Tillinghast in Nov 1776, captured Aurora, Fanny, Friendship.


Independence.  
NR:349, LCP:132/133, LM MD sloop, 10 guns, 40 men, Capt James Tibbitt, Sep 1776.  ND10:703, 1777.


Independence.  
ND5:1226, Howe:424, Coggins:104, M:168, brigantine in MA Navy, Capt Gideon/Simeon Sampson in Jul 1776, captured 25 Nov 1776.  ND7:943, ND9:255, ND10:575, Capt Simeon Samson/Sampson, captured by British Hope, recaptured by MA privateer Boston.   C191, crew confined on the Belogna at Halifax.  Crewman listed in MAS.  JA5:127.


Independence.  
Allen:186, ND7:1189, MA/RI privateer sloop, Capt James Magee, Jan/Nov 1777, captured Countess of Pitterwin, Mary and Ann.  This may be the sloop of 10 guns, 55 men, Capt Peter Pollard, Dec 1777.  ND10:209, ND11:452, this may be the sloop captured by tender of Aeolus, before 18 Oct 1777.


Independence.  
Coggins 106, MD Navy galley built in 1777 at Baltimore for Archibald Buchanan, sold 15 Mar 1780.  
Smith:266, MD row galley.  ND10:64, 572, 783, Eller:247, MD Navy Capt Bennet Mathews, Jan 1777.  C199.


Independence.  
Howe:425, LM sloop in operation in 1777.


Independence.  
ND11:452, 455, American sloop, captured by Aeolus, Capt Chris Atkins, in Oct 1777.


Independence.  
Allen:186, MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 18 men, William/Nicholas Johnson, Nov 1777.


Independence.  
ND11:835, MA privateer sloop, commissioned 31 Dec 1777, owners Paschal Nelson Smith and Isaac Sears.


Independence, 10 guns.  Coggins:203, C346, purchased 1775/76, Continental armed sloop moving supplies from Martinique and St Eustatius to American Colonies, 1776, wrecked at Ocracoke Inlet, NC, 1778.  ND6:1403, ND7:1297, Capt John Robertson.  ND8:963, ND9:84, ND10:949, 912, Capt John Young, captured Lovely Peggy, plus an unidentified vessel, 1777.  FW2:181, 454, Capt Young carried dispatches from France to America, 1777.  Fowler:146, converted the sloop to a brig in France, Dec 1777.  C1-2, Capt John Young, captured Aug 1779 by British Byron.  
C346 also states that Capt Young’s brig was wrecked on the Bar of Ocracoke 6 May 1778.  Ford:1776:861.


Independence.  
ND8:309, this may be the brigantine, Capt Harvey, captured and libeled by Boston, 1777.  
Manley:110, this may be the brigantine captured and taken to Halifax, c 1778.


Independence.  
JA6:38, 122, Cont. frigate, not identified among those of the name.


Independence.  
ND11:688, Cont. Army galley, condemned in New York, Mar 1778.  (This could be the one captured in 1776 in North River.)


Independence.  
ND11:1089, MD schooner with tobacco, Capt Pattent, captured by British Cochran, Capt Bolton, Mar 1778.


Independence.  
ND11:1180, Cont. Navy sloop, Capt John Young, active in French waters, 1778.


Independence.  
NR:350, LCP:132/133, LM PA sloop, 10 guns, 25 men, Capt Charles Clunn, Aug 1778.


Independence.  
NR:350, LCP:132/133, LM CT schooner, 4 guns, 15 men, Capt Josiah Coombs, Jan 1778, took 6 prizes in 1778.  CTP:134, privateer schooner, 1779, Capt Gurdon Burnham, participated in 1779 in capture of British sloop Sally.  


Independence.  
Allen:186, MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 13 men, Capt Paul Newman, Nov 1778.


Independence.  
Allen:187, MA privateer sloop, 4 guns, 10 men, Capt Francis Brown, Jan 1779.


Independence.  
NR:350, LCP:132/133, LM PA ship, 10 guns 30 men, Capt Thomas Truxton, Apr 1780.


Independence.  
Capture:42, NR:350, LCP:132/133, RI LM ship built in Providence in 1781, 16 guns, 80 men, master Joseph Olney, captured 3 months after launching.


Independence.  
NR:350, LCP:132/133, LM MD barge, 3 guns, 30 men, Capt Thomas Deburk, Jul 1781.


Independence.  
R81II:287, American privateer, 83 men, 16 guns, captured in Sep 1781 by British Surprise, Danae and taken to St Johns, Newfoundland.


Independence/Union.  
Kaminkow:227, Capt. Stephen Hopkins, captured before Aug 1779.


Independency.  Macly:71, MA privateer which attempted to capture a brig in 1776.


Independent.  
Connor:282n (1878), sloop privateer whose prize was taken in 1777, prize crew sent to Forton Prison.  Kaminkow:227, showed it as captured, no other info.


Indian Queen.  
ND7:814, ship, Capt M’Pherson, probably British, active, late 1776.


Indien.  
DaviesIX:286, French warship, 64 guns, sent to America to join the de Guichen fleet by Jul 1780, captured by British before Apr 1782.


Indien.  
Paullin:517, GWA:285, Augur:165, 215, ND10:1093, ND11:915, 1034, 1140, shown as a 40 gun ship fitted out in France, 1777.  Emmons:2, given to Louis XVI of France in 1778.  FW4:484, 646, Foote:120, Neeser:35, frigate built at Amsterdam, 1778, and sold to France, later called the South Carolina.  
RM8:577, John Paul Jones sailed to Europe as her designated commander.  JA6:151, 254, JA7:137, 10:147.  Smith:138, 225, this may be the French frigate which John Paul Jones negotiated for, but the Dutch would not release her at that time from the Dutch port where she lay.


Indiscrète.  
ND11:514, 515, French Navy frigate, Capt Comte de Larchantel, active in 1778.  This may be the same as the next vessel, but one French war vessel of this name was ordered converted to a transport Apr, 1780.  This may be the vessel which had been sent to St. Domingue in 1777.


Indiscrète.  L-G:610, French flute, 26 guns, refitted 1778 at Brest, in de Grasse fleet in 1781,  involved in naval engagement in 1781 between Admiral de Grasse and Hood.


Industria.  
C&C:95, Spanish sloop used in 1781 at Battle of Pensacola.


Industrius Bee.  
GWNavy:213, 116, Hearn:218-219, ND9:957, British brig, Capt John Biddecombe, captured 29 Aug 1777 by the Lee, Capt Skimmer, and purchased by the Continental Navy.  ND10:89, 473, libelled in MA Middle District.  M:173, it was renamed the General Gates.


Industry.  
ND1:971, ??? schooner, Capt John Fisk, probably British, active 1775.


Industry.  
GWNavy:15, British merchant schooner captured by Marblehead seamen.


Industry.  
ND1:395, vessel, probably British, Capt Magruder from London, with messages from John Hobson to Stephen West of MD, Feb 1775.


Industry.  
ND1:280, ship, Capt Arthur Barnes, Baltimore to Bristol, probably British, cleared 3 May 1775.


Industry.  
ND2:133, 134, 1376, British brigantine, Capt Jonathan McFarland, captured, condemned, and sold, 1775.


Industry.  
ND2:394, ??? schooner, Capt William Paddison, from Oxford, MD, probably British, Oct 1775.


Industry.  
ND2:1347, 1359, ??? sloop, Capt Joseph Meredith, probably British, active 1775.


Industry.  
ND2:80, ??? sloop, Capt Stephen Pearce, probably British, active 1775.


Industry.  
ND2:547, ??? vessel, probably British, active 1775.


Industry.  
ND3:796, ND4:1303, ND5:118, British schooner, Capt Francis Butler, from New Providence, Bahamas, with turtle, libeled in MA court in Apr 1776.  McM:164-65, schooner, Capt Francis Butler, captured in Oct 1775 by Capt Hugh Hill in a fleet of small MA boats, but returned to its owner in 1776 MA Court.  (Whether Francis Butler was later a Tory or Patriot is not noted.)


Industry.  
M:371/2, British vessel from Grenada, prize of VA in Dec 1775.


Industry.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND4796, 830, 1303, ND5:292, British snow, Capt J. Furse/Furze, Grenades to Boston, 150 tons, captured in Boston Harbor, Jul 1776.  ND4:796, this may be the snow at Cohasset petitioning to return to Great Britain, Apr 1776; but it was later libeled in MA.


Industry.  
ND4:1175, British or Tory sloop, Capt Samuel Lane, captured or detained with charges of supplying British , early 1776.


Industry.  
ND4:1175, ND5:962, British vessel, Capt Charles Coffin, captured by Washington’s fleet, Apr 1776.


Industry.  
ND6:201, British sloop, Capt William Hazen, captured by American Hancock, 1776.


Industry.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND6:1114, ND7:810, ND10:1204, British sloop, 50 tons, Capt Ebenezer Farnam/Farran, fishing, captured 1776 by the Fair Lady.


Industry.  
ND9:628, British brig, captured by American Hawke, Union, 1777.


Industry.  
R77:108, British vessel, Africa to West Indies, 1777.


Industry.  
R77:407, British vessel belonging to Jersey, Capt Bodmin, taken and retaken, 1777.


Industry.  
GWNavy:44, 229, Hearn:59, 61, ND6:721, ND8:262, ND10:1204, ND8:262, British/Nova Scotian schooner, Capt Charles Coffin, 85 tons, Nova Scotia to Boston, captured by the American Harrison, Capt William Coit, 5 Nov 1775, and probably sold 25 Apr 1776 at Plymouth.


Industry.  
ND9:190, ND10:1205, British schooner, 40 tons, Capt Valpey, Yarmouth, N. S. to St John River, captured by Capt William Albee, 25 Aug 1777.  
ND9:189, British schooner, Capt Richard Valpey, captured by Americans and sent into Machias, ME, 1777.


Industry.  
ND9:135, GWNavy:235, McMA:33, Hearn:217, British brig, fishing vessel, 80 tons, Capt John Browne, captured 31 May 1777 by the Lee, Capt Skimmer.


Industry.  
R78:39, British vessel, Capt Darling, London to Jamaica, 1777.


Industry.  
ND10:677, schooner, Capt Morrison, probably British, 1777.


Industry.  
NLHS:I:IV:42, British schooner, libeled by CT schooner Mifflin in New London, May 1777.


Industry.  
C174, British sloop, captured in 1778 by CT schooner Mifflin.  


Industry.  
ND11:407, British sloop, Capt Jacob Elchy, captured by MA privateer Terrible, condemned Mar 1778 in MA Middle Court.


Industry.  
NJNavy:212, British armed schooner, captured in 1778 by the 1st Burlington Regt of NJ.   
R78:39, ND11:230, British schooner, captured in the Delaware by NJ militia, Jan 1778.


Industry.  
ND11:131, British ship, Capt T. Darling, captured by American privateer, St Peter, Jan 1778.  


Industry.  
Appeals Case 68, Sheffield:Jun 5, 1780, British/Bermuda sloop captured in May 1780 by the RI Revenge.


Industry.  
CTP:185, British sloop, 30 tons, Capt Job Howland, to New Providence, Bahamas, captured 4 Aug 1782.


Industry.  
Mc:212, British brig captured Jun 1782 by American privateer Flora, Capt Henry Johnson, and sent to Boston.  


Industry.  
ND10:1209, British schooner, Capt Bell, 40 tons, Antigua to Nova Scotia, taken by MA privateer Grand Turk, 12 Jun 1782.


Industry.  
Appeals:xxxxi, 162:8:68, sloop vs Jencks.


Industry.  
McM:45, British sloop, prize of CT, 1782.


Industry.  
ND1:463, 886, American schooner, apparently captured in England with contraband, May 1775.


Industry.  
ND1:780, American schooner, Capt John Fisher, captured 25 Jul 1775 by HM Falcon, Capt John Linzee, cargo bought, then schooner released.


Industry.  
ND1:634, 779-80, ND2:629, schooner, moving saltpetre to James Forde of Drogheda, Oct 1775.


Industry.  
ND1:218, 584, American ship, Capt William Willcomb, reached Philadelphia from Guadaloupe 20 may 1775, and cleared for Falmouth, England, 10 Jun 1775.  DaviesX:281, American ship, Capt W. Willcomb, arrived in Dunkirk, Apr 1776.


Industry.  
ND1: 51, 241, 322, 352, 780, 1035, 1379, ND3:13, schooner, 35 tons, Capt John Blakeney, Capt William Woolsey, Capt James Green, from Baltimore 8 May 1775, owned by Woolsey & Salmon.  ND2:629, Baltimore to Dublin, Oct 1775.  ND5:606, Baltimore schooner belonging to George Woolsey and George Salmon, which was caught with George Salmon in Ireland when hostilities began.  Salmon was endeavoring to get back to Baltimore via St. Eustatius in June 1776.


Industry.  
ND2:767, a New England brig the British were planning to seize on arrival to England, Oct 1775.


Industry.  
ND2:80, sloop, Capt Stephen Pearce, Baltimore to West Indies, Sep 1775.


Industry.  
ND3:1334, RI sloop, 30 tons, Capt George Coggeshell, bonded 17 Feb 1776.


Senell of RI in St Pierre seeking powder in 1776.  C58.


Industry.  
ND3:645, brig, Capt James Sampson, Grenada to Philadelphia, shepherded up the river at Williamsburg, VA, by Capt James Barron, Jan 1776.


Industry.  
ND4:517, probable American Brig, Capt Edward Allen, captured 25 Mar 1776 by HMS Antelope..


Industry.  
ND4:1479, brig, Capt Edward Woodman, to go to West Indies to get salt, 5 Mar 1776.


Industry.  
ND4:1479, sloop, Capt Nathan Pettis, RI to CT, 7 Mar 1776.


Industry. ND4:34, brig, Capt John McFarland, captured by HM schooner Halifax, and sold in Boston in Dec 1775.  


Industry.  
ND4:1152, ND5:213, sloop, Capt William Roach, owner James Wells, captured 17 Apr 1776 by the Br. Phoenix, Capt Hyde Parker.


Industry.  
ND4:188, sloop, Capt Sewell, from RI, in Mar 1776 at Martinique, loaded with gunpowder.


Industry.  
ND5:113, schooner, Capt Nehemiah Taylor, Wilmington, NC to West Indies, captured 24 Apr 1776 by British Soleby.


Industry.  
ND7:326, 1145, C17, PA privateer brig, 10 guns, 25 men, Capt Michael Barstow/Barston, captured British Anne, 1776.


Industry.  Maclay:78, ND6:1149, ND7:167, 113, 642, RI privateer brig, Capt Thomas Childs, with 10 guns in action in Oct 1776, captured British Carron, Minerva.  Morrissey: this may be the boat under Capt.


Industry.  
R77:231, ND8:61, 267, 1054, French brig, Capt John Jacques, from Martinique, captured in 1777 by British Emerald.


Industry.  
R77:233, ND8:997, 1058, American ship, Capt Gabriel Sund, from Baltimore, captured in 1777 by British Thames.


Industry.  
R77:234, ND8:1059, American ship, Capt Jacob Allen, from Winyaw, SC, captured by British Merlin in 1777.


Industry.  
R77:235, ND8:1060, American vessel, Capt Jacob Godwin, from New London, CT, captured by British Falcon in 1777.


Industry.  
Coggins:100, ND8:9, 192, C314, sloop in PA Navy, Capt Thomas Townshend, Nov 1777.


Industry.  
ND9:111, 160, American schooner, Capt Richard Wells, captured in 1777 by St. Louis.


Industry.  
ND9:146, 161, schooner, Capt Jonathan Spooner, captured by British Aeolus, May 1777.


Industry.  
ND7:1098, ND9:158, American schooner, Capt John Hutchings, captured by British Haerlem, Stanley, 1777.  Ford1777:271.


Industry.  
ND10:882-85, 996, PA privateer brig, Capt Hugh Lysle, captured Empress of Germany, 1777.


Industry.  
Allen:187, Appeals:xxxxi, 162:2:14, ND10:1204, C64, MA privateer sloop, Capt Henry Coffin, captured in Sep 1777 and taken to Newport, (then under British).


Industry.  
ND11:451, American sloop, loaded with molasses, etc, captured by British Glasgow, Capt Thomas Pasley, 1777.


Industry.  
Capture:42, brigantine bound for St Lucas, master Arthur McClelan, captured 4 Dec 1777.  
ND10:662, ND11:184-185, American brig, captured by Milford.


Industry.  
ND11:130, American schooner, Capt John Bennett, captured by Br sloop Harlequin, Capt Joseph Merry, and condemned at Antigua, 4 Dec 1777.


Industry.  
NR:350, LCP:132/133, LM PA schooner, 2 guns, 20 men, Capt Nicolas Vallance, Sep 1778.


Industry.  
NR:351, LCP:132/133, LM PA brig, 12 guns, 40 men, Capt George Curwin, Dec 1778.


Industry.  
R78:99, ND11:94, 644, American brig, Capt Joseph Kennicut, captured by Br Greyhound, 1778.


Industry.  
ND11:96, American brigantine, Capt Isaac Fields, chased by HMS Unicorn, Jan 1778.


Industry.  
Paullin 389, PANavy:351, former PA Navy sloop sold Dec 1778 at Philadelphia.


Industry.  
NR:351, CTP:135, LCP:132/133, LM CT sloop, 2 guns, 14 men, Capt Jonathan Salisbury, Oct 1778, assisted in capture of British brig Venus in Oct 1778.


Industry.  
NR:351, CTP:135, LCP:132/133, LM CT sloop, 4 guns, 8 men, Capt Joshua Griffith, Oct 1779, captured at least three prizes.


Industry.  
Smith:207, McMA:96, transport sloop, Capt William Young, used in the Penobscot Expedition, 1779.


Industry.  
Allen:187, MA privateer brigantine, 75 tons, 4 guns, 4 swivels, 18 men, Capt Samuel Smith, Oct 1779.


Industry.  
Appeals Case 63, brig, Capt Collins, 14 guns 45 men, involved in Oct 1779 capture of brigantine Pitt by ship Jay.


Industry.  
Clark:85, Dutch brig captured by the Black Prince in 1779 which plundered and released her.


Industry.  
Kaminkow:227, Capt Benjamin Atkins, captured before May 1780.  C9, this may be the Industry captured about May 1780 by British William Altham.


Industry.  
Mill:139, brig taken Jul 1780, crew sent to Mill Prison.  Kaminkow:227, C190, American Capt George Lummis captured Jul 1780, and taken to Old Mill Prison, England.


Industry.  
Dandridge:186, 416, VANavy:155, brigantine in VA Navy, 1780, Capt John Rogers, and a ship of this name was captured, 1782.


Industry.  
Allen:188, NR:352, LCP:132/133, LM MA/PA privateer schooner, 70 tons, 12 guns, 15 men, Capt Mark Collins, Aug 1779, Capt John McClenachan, Jul 1781, Capt Duncan Piper/Pyper, Aug 1781.


Industry.  
C241, PA Navy schooner, 2 guns, 4 swivels, 12 men, Capt James Pickering, Oct 1781.


Industry.  
N880:4, schooner, Capt Raswell, moving supplies for Yorktown, Oct 1781.


Industry.  
NR:352, LCP:132/133, LM PA brigantine, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Samuel Young, Aug 1782.


Industry.  
M:274, privateer brigantine in 1782 part of Spanish/American convoy attacking Nassau, Capt J. McClenachan, 10 guns, 30 men, 107 tons.


Industry.  
Allen:188, NR:352, LCP:132/133, LM MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 12 men, Capt Charles Cole of Boston, May 1782.


Industry.  
Howe:427, schooner in operation in 1783 from New England.


Industry.  
Marvin:137, 2d or 3rd vessel to arrive in 1783 at London after hostilities ceased, a Nantucket whaler.


Infidel.  
ND2:447, British brigantine, formerly the Loyal Briton, captured at Machias, ME, by Oct 1775 and put to use by Americans there.


Innis.  
Capture:42, ND11:184-185, schooner, Broad Bay to Marblehead, master ??? Smith, captured off Townsend on the coast of New England, Nov 1777, by British Rainbow.


Intrepid.  
ND9:77, ND8:796, ship, Capt W. Dalton, 1777.


Intrepid.  
ND10:337-38, American privateer sloop, Capt John Littler, captures British Wilkes, 1777.


Intrépide.  
ND11:988-990, JA8:359 French ship of the line, 74 guns, Capt Chevalier de Baussier de Châteauvert, part of d’Estaing Squadron, 1778, later in de Guichen’s fleet.  SchV:60, C&C:111, 113, 74 guns, served at Pensacola, then lost in a later 1781 West Indies hurricane.  Another record showed it burned accidentally.


Intrepid.  
Coggins:106, Eller:236, MD Navy privateer barge built in 1778, Capt Levin Speddin, helped capture the Tory barge, Restoration, in 1781.  C292.


Intrepid.  Maclay:133, 134, NH ship of 20 guns and 160 men, captured 4 vessels in 1779.


Intrepid.  
Allen:188, privateer of Boston, May 1779.


Intrepid.  
Allen:188, NR:352, LCP:132/133, LM MA privateer brigantine, 4 guns, 12 men, Capt Obadiah Rich, Sep 1781.


Intrepid.  
Allen:188, NR:353, LCP:132/133, LM MA privateer ship, 20 guns, 160 men, Capt Moses Brown of Newburyport.


Intrepid.  
VANavy:167, NR:352, LCP:132/133, VA LM privateer whaleboat of 1 carriage and 6 swivel guns, 35 men, Capt Nathaniel Parker, Jul 1781.


Intrepid.  
DL:919, DL schooner, Capt Charles Pope, 1781.


Invermay.  
ND10:31, snow, captured by Nancy, 1777.


Inverness.  
Force:5:III:1529, Johnson:150, DaviesXII:129, ND4:171, 494, 1437, British ship, Capt McGillivray, 250 tons, burned at or near Savannah in Georgia in Mar 1776 in the Rice Boat Battle.


Inverny.  
ND3:674, ship, Capt McKenzie, stuck at Cocksbur, GA, to be lightened so it could get to Savannah, Jan 1776.


Invincible.  
Peabody:238, apparently an American privateer which had taken as a prize the British brig Wanderer.  
The Wanderer was boarded and inspected 12 Aug 1782 by the crew of the Grand Turk, then permitted to continue to the United States.


Invincible.  
JA10:55, Benson:96, French ship of the line, 1780, in the fleet of Admiral de la Motte-Piquet when it captured Admiral Rodney’s booty ships, which were on the way back to England from St Eustatius.  Swedish officers shared in the prize money.


L’Iphigénie.  SchV:42, JA6:308, French frigate, 32 guns, in the West Indies in 1778 where it captured the British Ceres.  
Lawrence:10, 140, later took part in the Sep 1779 Siege of Savannah and was in de Guichen’s fleet of the West Indies in 1780.  
Beerman:231, French frigate at Havana, 1783.


Ipswich.  
Robertson(1979):129, ND7:478, ND11:448, schooner of MA, crew of 5, a Dutch master, fish & lumber, captured by British Boreas, Capt Charles Thompson, and taken into Jamaica 13 Dec 1776.


Iris.  
SchV:44, British frigate, 32 guns, Capt George Dawson, captured in 1781 by the French fleet off the Chesapeake.  See next entry.


Iris.  
Rice:I:17n, French frigate in de Grasse fleet, engaged in Battle of Saints in 1782, survived, later helped move French troops from Boston to Venezuela in Dec 1782-Jan 1783.


 Iris.  
Paullin:238, Morison:316n, Fowler 146, originally the Hancock of the Continental Navy, captured by the British and used as a privateer.


Iris.  
C66, MD ship, 14 guns, 65 men, Capt Thomas Cole, Mar 1782.


Iris.  
Allen:188, NR:353, LcP:132/133, LM MA privateer ship, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Stephen Clay of Boston, Jun 1782.


Iris.  
Allen:189, Paine:456, NR:353, LM MA privateer ship, 9 guns, 18 men, Capt Robert Rentoul of Salem, Dec 1782.


Iris.  
Allen:188, NR:353, LCP:132/133, LM MA privateer brigantine, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Alexander Smiley of Philadelphia, Jul 1782, lost along with the British privateer Admiral Digby, in Apr 1783, by grounding.


Irish Gimblet.  
NR:353, ND10:1209, LM MD sloop, 6 guns, 10 men, Capt Thomas Steel, Nov 1778.


Irish Gimblet.  
C306, NH schooner, 4 guns, 25 men, Capt George Thamston of MA, Aug 1780, operating off the coast of Nova Scotia in 1780.


Irish Gimblet/Three-Square-Gimblet. ND10:620, 812, 830, ND11:41, 117, brigantine, Capt John Lamb, 1777.


Irish Tartar.  
Mc:420, 488, vessel of 20 guns in the Charleston defenses in late 1780.


Irwin.  
ND2:736, Force:5:III:1528, ND6:1332, ND7:113, British Jamaicaman, Capt James Smith, Jamaica to London/Bristol, 300 tons, taken by American privateer, and retaken by True Briton, 1776.


Isaac.  
Force:5:III:1528, British vessel, Capt Gregg/Craigg, Tortola to Liverpool, 350 tons, 1776.


Isaac.  
ND6:900, ND7:806, ND9:491, British ship, Capt George Ashburn, captured by American Warren, 1777.  CTRec:606 shows this ship as the Isaac and Picary, but there may have been two ships.


Isaac.  
Howe:333, prize ship chased into Marblehead harbor where she was protected by the harbor fortifications which opened fire or her pursuers.


Isabell.  
R77:108, British vessel, Capt Hewson, Orkneys to Oporto, captured 1777.


Isabel.  
ND10:15-16, British brigantine, Capt William Arrison, captured by Success, libelled in MA Middle District, 1777.


Isabelle.  
JA6:398, 400, French brig, 1778.


Isabelle.  
JA7:22, 37, 136, French merchant ship, Capt James Dubray, recaptured in 1779 by American General Mifflin.  The status as a recaptured vessel became a problem between French and Americans.  


Isabelle.  
M880:4, schooner, Capt Quill, moving supplies for Yorktown, Oct 1781.


Isabel.  
M880:4, sloop, Capt Robert Sutton, moved supplies for Yorktown, Oct 1781.


Isabella.  
ND1:1366, 1377, British ship, Capt John De La Tour, active in 1775.


Isabella/Izabella.  
ND1:1383, ND3:1369, ??? ship,  Capt James Thomas, probably British, entered Port of Baltimore from Bristol, 10 Jul 1775.


Isabella.  
ND2:1078, British schooner, Capt Bouchat, captured at St Lawrence River, near Montreal, Nov 1775.


Isabella.  
ND1:459, schooner, 100 tons, Capt David Campbell, owner from Philadelphia but formerly from Isle of Man, 18 Apr 1775.


Isabella.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND6:730, R76II:267, British vessel, Capt Nathaniel Kirk, Antigua to Ireland, captured 1776.


Isabella.  
Force:5:III:1528, ND7:740, ND8:592, British brig, Capt John Grindley/Grindlay/Greenleas, Borrowstowness to Minorca, captured 1776 by the True Blue, off the coast of Portugal.


Isabella.  
ND7:493, 595, 606, brigantine, probably one of the above, captured and sold to MA Board of War, 1776, renamed Count d’Estaing.


Isabella.  
ND6:192, 506, 730, British sloop, Capt Nathaniel Kirk, 72 tons, libeled in Middle District Maritime Court, 1776.


Isabella.  
ND7:967, British sloop, captured by MA Revenge, 1776.


Isabella.  
McM:193, British ship, prize of PA in France, 1778.


Isabella.  
McM:274, MD ship, 1779, probably one ot the above, but not identified.


Isabella.  
R82I:237, American vessel, 60 tons, 4 men, captured 1781 by British Chatham.


Isabella.  
M:134, McMA:141, British brig, Capt John Jaffrey, captured in Aug 1782, prize of MA Winthrop.


Isabella.  
ND10:1209, British brig, Capt Lawrence, 100 tons, Martinique to Halifax, captured by MA privateer Dispatch, 25 Jul 1782.


Isabella.  
NR:353, LCP:132/133, LM MD sloop, 10 guns, 10 men, Capt Levin Trippe, Aug 1779, probably re-rigged as a schooner, Capt Levin Trippe, Apr 1780.


Isabella.  
Allen:189, NR:354, LCP:132/133, LM MA privateer brig, 2 guns, 10 men, Capt Joseph Cunningham of Boston, Sep 1782.  C80.


Isabella Ann.  
ND1:1362, ??? brig, Capt Charles Dashiell, probably British, active in 1775.


Isidro.  
SchIV:345, Spanish warship, 60 guns, in Second Armada.


Islander/Isleño.  
A3:IX:55, probably a Spanish brigantine at New Orleans in 1779.

Islington.  
ND3:164, ND6:1267, SC schooner to be loaded with rice at Beaufort at public expense, order of SC Committee of Safety, Dec 1775.  ND6:1267, schooner, cargo paid for by SC General Assembly, Oct 1776.


Isle de France.  
Bouvet:57, 104, Rice:I:118n, Kennett:33, one of thirty armed transport and supply ships with Rochambeau’s Expeditionary Force to America in 1780.  (See next entry).


Isle de France.  
A French frigate, 36 guns, of this name was in Boston, Dec 1782, for moving the French Expeditionary Force to Puerto Cabello, Venezuela.  It is possible it was the original armed transport.


L’Ivelly.  
French vessel at Chesapeake Bay and Yorktown, crew members listed in Les Combattants, page 131.


AMUnitHI, 2 Nov 2007.


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