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




by Granville W. Hough



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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.


Tabby.
ND10:1131, CC:M247, R110, #83, FordXII:1141, American merchant schooner, Capt John Hodges, in 1777 and in Feb 1778 and Nov 1778 moving military supplies from Cadiz to America. FordXVII:466, moved supplies for Gardoqui & Sons of Bilboa to America, per order of Arthur Lee, 1777/78.

Tabitha.
CTP:247, British sloop in ballast taken on south side of Long Island by CT schooner, Young Cromwellunder Capt Jonathan Buddington, May 1781. C41.

Tabitha.
R82II:273, American schooner captured 16 May 1782 by British Centurion.

Talbot.
NR:472, ND6:625, LCP:254/255, C41, LM MD brigantine, 20 guns, 25 men, Capt Solomon Frazier, Sep 1779. Kaminkow:234, Capt Solomon Frazier, captured before 14 Oct 1780 by the British Cerberusand taken to Mill Prison, England. C115, Capt Frazier escaped June 1781.

Talbot.
ND8:814, 947, DaviesXIII:179, 233, XIV:75, East Indiaman, captured and renamed Proteus.
C 1777-78


Talla Piedras.
SchV:64, Spanish floating battery, burned in 1782 in the Battle of Gibraltar.

Tamany/Good Intent.
NR:472, LCP:254/255, LM VA schooner, 12 guns, 20 men, Capt Thomas Hooke, Jun 1782.

Tamar.
Paullin:420, SC vessel sunk near Charlestown for blocking purposes 11 Nov 1776. Coggins:20.

Tamar/Tamer/Pluto.
Possibly ND1:143, ND2:373, ND3:1008, British HM sloop, Capt Edward Thornborough. ND5:228, ND6:449, ND7:1080, British sloop, 16 guns, 125 men, Capt Christopher Mason, RN. Possibly a British fireship captured by the French on 30 Nov 1780. DaviesXI:76, 117, 144, 158, XII:27, 268. Volo:150, 257, 14 guns.

Taming.
VANavy:171, privateer schooner, 12 guns, 20 men, Capt S. Hooke, 1781.

Tammenick.
RM6:15, vessel with supplies for MD, Capt Sellers, via Philadelphia, before Jul 1782, arranged by Matthew Ridley.

Tammy/Tammey.
Capture:81, schooner, master Zebulon Rust, from Boston to Surinam, captured 5 June 1777 off Cape Sable by British HMS Syren.

Tam Ploy.
FordXIII:152, PA vessel and case, libel by Francis Gurney, appealed to Congress, Feb 1779. Ford1779:152.

Tanna.
R82I:96, British schooner captured by the French in Jan 1781.

Tantarque,64 guns. Griffin:185, purchased by Frenchman Beaumarchais in 1782.

Tapageur.
SchV:47, British cutter, 14 guns, Capt Lord C. Fitzgerald, lost in the West Indies, 1779. Silverstone:92, wrecked, 1780. Syrett:85, took convoy to West Indies 4 Jan 1780.

Tapley.
Mc:108, Neeser:152, British brig, captured Apr 1778 by the Revengeof Dunkirk, Capt Conyngham, and sent to Cadiz, Spain.

Tarbay.
Herbert:19, 30, 117, 118, British ship, 74 guns, holding place for some American prisoners, caught fire by accident and burned in England, May 1778. Cog:42.

Tarleton/Tartar.
Sands:215, British Ordnance vessel, 10 guns, possibly the vessel later known as the Tarleton,which was captured in the Battle of Yorktown, Oct 1781, then fitted out by La Villebrune with 12 guns and used in the defense of Chesapeake Bay. DaviesXXI:223.

Tarleton.
Rice:302, British frigate captured by the French in 1783.

Tartan.
Conyngham:487, American ship at Corruna, Spain, which Capt Conyngham boarded in working his way back to America after escaping from English prison.

Tartar.
ND1:1282, ND2:374, ND3:1401, British ship, Capt Edward Meadows/Medows, RN, delivered Admiral’s letters, Sep 1775, then was stationed at Halifax. DaviesXI:213, 141, XII:245.

Tartar.
Force:5:III:1530, ND7:883, ND8:613, British Army Victualer, Capt William M. Bussell, New York to Cork, 200 tons, taken by American privateers 1 Dec 1776, and retaken by British crew, 1776. Capture:81, British ship taken by American privateer 24 Nov, then retaken by the ship crew, year not stated. DaviesX:1122.

Tartar.
R78:40, British vessel, Capt Pearson, Newfoundland to a market, 1777/78.

Tartar.
ND9:564, ship, Capt Lockhart, British LM, narrative of exploits, 11 Aug 1777.

Tartar(HM). ND10:553, ND11:1082, British tender, captured American Sampson,20 Nov 1777. Portland’stender captures American Black Snake13 Mar 1778.

Tartar(HMS).
ND4:1092, ND5:1359, ND6:449, British ship, 28 guns, 200 men, Capt Cornthwaite Ommanney, RN, cruised North American waters 21 Jun and 21 Oct 1776 and probably captured American vessels. DaviesX:82, XIII:650, XIV:60, 177, XV:65, XXI:140. Volo:257, 268. Nelson:203,

Tartar.
Allen:220, British ship, 26 guns, 130 men, captured by the Mifflinunder Capt Babcock of Boston, Jul 1779, and brought to Boston. Coggins:20.

Tartar.
CTP:61, British sloop, 70 tons, captured in Oyster Bay, 18 Dec 1780 by the CT boat Betsey.
C13.

Tartar.
CTP:178, British sloop, lumber, captured near Block Island, Capt John Atkinson, captured 20 Nov 1781 by CT sloop Prudence,Capt Thomas Park, Jr
C231. A British sloop of this name was reported captured in Nov 1781 by CT privateer sloop Defiance.

Tartar.
ND2:128, 331, 1377, American sloop, Capt Isaac Soames, Dominica to Penobscot with molasses and sugar, captured by British Tartar,near Pensacola, Oct 1775.

Tartar.
ND4:1230-31, 1376, ND5:102, ND11:124, American brig, Capt Benjamin Dean, captured at sea by British Viper,Capt Samuel Graves, 24 Feb 1776, also carried as a capture in Windward Islands, condemned at Antigua 29 Mar 1776.

Tartar.
ND4:1228-29, ND6:1124, Capture:81, schooner, Capt Benjamin Warren, captured off Cape Ann by British HMS Lively,19 Feb 1776.

Tartar.
ND10:590, NR:472, CTP:231, LCP:254.255, NLHS:I:IV:31, LM CT schooner, 4 guns, 20 men, Capt Theophilus Fitch, Aug 1777 (Record 679).

Tartar.
M&S199-200, a vessel at Genoa which was to be purchased as a privateer by Capt Thomas Bell in Jan 1777. The Genoa owners were pressured by British not to make the sale and backed out. The funds for the purchase became intermingled with other funds, so the vessel and Capt Bell remained in the records for years.

Tartar.
ND9:397, 415, American ship, Capt Adam Goold, captured the Mercury,20 June 1777.

Tartar.
Capture:3-4, 81, schooner with West Indies cargo near Cape Ann taken by British in Feb 1776 and determined to be in contraband trade with Americans.

Tartar.
DaviesXIII:900, American privateer, Capt J. Graham, c 1777/78.

Tartar.
ND10:723, American schooner, of Dominica, captured St Jacques,20 May 1777.

Tartar.
Coggins:102, VANavy:162, Dandridge:186, ND9:266, 728, ND10:268, ND11:1155, 1166, ship in VA Navy, 1776-80, Capts Richard Taylor, John Lurty, and William Saunders, sold after Aug 1780. Eller:202 shows it destroyed in 1781. Silverstone:20. Paullin:406, added to Navy in 1777.

Tartar.
Greenwood:95, ND9:591, American ship, 28 guns, taken 21 Aug 1777, taken to Jamaica, and renamed HMS Hinchingbroke.

Tartar/American Tartar.
Allen:295, NR:473, Howe:426, LM MA privateer brigantine, 20 guns, 130 men, Capt David Porter, 18 Oct 1779, owner Mungo MacKay of Boston. This ship may have been taken into the MA State Navy, Capt John Cathcart, 1782. Allen:296, Howard:148, Coggins:104, the ship was sold into out of state service and in Jan 1783 was a privateer under Capt John Cathcart of Boston. C52, captured in May 1783 by the British Bellisariusand taken to New York. MAS lists crewmen. Silverstone:19. Coggins:104.

Tartar.
JA7:35, American cutter, Capt Southcomb, 1778.

Tartar.
ND11:1082, Portland’s Tender captures Tartar,13 Mar 1778. This incident was somehow associated with the British HM Resolution.

Tarter/Tartar.
NR:472, LCP:254/255, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 30 men, Capt John Craig, Jul 1779.

Tartar.
Fowler:144, American privateer, captured 17 Mar 1780, on a passage from La Coruña to America, with Capt Gustavus Conyngham on board as a passenger.

Tartar.
NR:472, LCP:254/255, LM PA Navy boat, 1 gun, 27 men, Capt Solomon Hammer, Aug 1781 (Record 906).

Tartar.
VANavy:171, NR:473, LCP:254/255, VA LM galley with 5 guns, 30 men, Capt Levin Trippe, Sep 1781. C55, 323, captured in Aug 1781.

Tartar.
Capture:67-68, DaviesXIII:154, privateer, master John Grimes/Graham, mounting 24 guns with 180 men, in action off Shetland Islands, captured the Royal Bounty, later lost to recapture, and a Norwegian ship.

Tartar.
Allen:296, Paine:459, NR:473, LCP:254/255, MA privateer schooner, 10 guns, 18 men, Capt Thomas Dexter of Salem, Oct 1782 (Record 679). Paullin:339, added to state navy, winter of 1781-1782.

Tartar.
VANavy:171, NR:473, LCP:254/255, VA LM brig with 18 guns and 120 men, Capt William Gibbons, 1782.

Tartar.
ND9:392, R83I:132, French navy frigate, probably the one arriving at Marseilles 11 Jan 1777, captured by British in 1782.

Tartar.
H:198, American privateer, 20 guns, captured in Feb 1783 by the British Belisarius, Capt Richard Graves, and carried into New York.

Tatamagouche/Tapnaguish/Tatnibush.
Fowler:19-20, ND1:548, 1108, ND2:447, Felknor:11, shallop/tender of the British schooner Diligent,both captured by the militia of Machias, ME in Jul/Aug 1775 at the mouth of bay of Fundy. They were sent to Machias and became MA privateers. NR10:1205, possibly the cutter,Halifax to Machias, captured by B. Foster and J. O’Brien, Jul 1775, tried 9 Sep 1776. Felknor:11 shown as a tender vessel Tapnaguishof the British navy captured at Machias, ME. Allen:296, MA privateer schooner, 8 swivels, 12/25 men, Capt Jeremiah Rolls, Apr 1778. Nelson:35.

Tayron.
ND8:1060, R77:235, American vessel, from SC, captured by British Diamond, Greyhound,30 April 1777.

Teaser.
American privateer, 18 guns, and the Resolution,14 guns, were convoying three merchant vessels when they encountered the British frigate Pearl,which captured two of the merchant vessels and the Resolution.
The Teaserand one merchant vessel escaped, c 10 May 1777.

Temeraire.
SchV:53, French privateer, 10 guns, 46 men, captured in 1781 in the Channel by the British Cormorant,Capt J. Melcombe.

Tempête.
ND8:1054, French ship, Capt Jean Baptiste, captured by British Brune,9 Feb 1777.

Temperance.
ND2:960-61, 1024, sloop, Capt Oliver Porter, Martinico to VA with gunpowder, captured by tender of the British Kingfisher,Nov 1775.

Temperance.
ND3:133, Sloop, Capt Paul White, probably American, seized and sent to the West Indies 16 Dec 1775.

Temperance.
R82II:274, American schooner, captured in 1782 by British Thystle, Tyger.

Temperest.
ND3:132-33, sloop, Capt Paul White, made a trip to West Indies to get gunpowder for Pitt County, NC, Dec 1775.

Tempest.
Allen:296, NR:473, LCP:254/255, LM MA privateer ship, 12 guns, 40 men, Capt Isaac Somes of Gloucester, 29 Nov 1781 (Record 103).

Tempest.
Coggins:102, VANavy:162, 173, DaviesXX:143, 145, ND11:620, 806, galley in VA Navy, 1777-79, 20 guns, Capt Celey Saunders and John Markham, captured in May 1781 and destroyed. Dandridge:186 shows a VA ship, not a galley. Silverstone:20, ship. Paullin:411, VA ship sent to Chesapeake Bay, May 1780. Coggins:102.

La Tempête.
R77:232, American or French vessel, Capt Jean Baptiste, from Cayenne, captured by British in 1777.

Temple.
ND6:854, 987, British brigantine, Capt Joshua Morris, captured by American Montgomery,25 Sep 1776.

Terantula.
Salley:236(3), Capt Langen, proposal to purchase for state use, 1779.

Teresa.
R77:109, ND8:850, British Army Transport, Capt Rackwell, Exon to Newfoundland, with soldiers, captured by MA Tyrannicide, Massachusetts,15 Feb 1777.

Terese.
ND8:818, PCOII:208, French merchant ship, Capt Richard, which brought supplies to the U. S., Jun 1780.

Terpischore.
ND10:785, ND11:566, 570, LG:605, 610, French Navy frigate, 30/32 guns, Capt Teyssier des Farges, active in West Indies, 1777 and from Rochefort to Entrance to the Capes, 9 Mar 1778.

Terpischore.
R78/79:191, British naval vessel captured by the French in 1778.

Terra Nova.
ND10:46, British brig, Capt Thomas/John Tanner, captured 6 Oct 1777 by Pluto,libelled in MA Middle District, 1777.

Terrible.
ND8:823, ND9:258, ND11:863n, British warship, Sir Richard Bickerton, RN, captured Rising States,6 May 1777, or 10 Jul 1777.

Terrible (HMS)
ND6:450, Silverstone:92, waiting to be commissioned 21 June 1776. SchV:49, British warship, 74 guns, Capt Hon. W. C. Finch, in 1781 burned off the Chesapeake, by order of Admiral Graves, being unserviceable. (This Terriblehad been so damaged in the British-French engagement off the Chesapeake that its guns were removed and it was burned.) DaviesXIX:820. Syrett:88, boarded the San Eugenioafter its capture.16 Jan 1780. Coggins:198.

Terrible.
Eastman:84, Allen:296, ND10:415, ND11:626, 407, privateer schooner of Marblehead, MA, 4 guns, 10 swivels, 35 men, and owned there by Thomas Gerry and Samuel Trevett, and captained by John Conway of Marblehead, Nov 1777. Captured Hope, James, John, Industry,c 1777.Allen:296-297, DaviesXIX:41, MA privateer brigantine, 12 guns, 70 men, Capt John Conway, May 1779, was to convoy transports to Penobscot, but probably did not go. Owners at that time were Samuel Pote and others of Marblehead.

Terrible.
Coggins:106, Eller:280, MD Navy barge acquired in 1778, Capt Robert Dashiell, and lost in Nov 1782 at the Battle of the Barges. C83. Silverstone:18, brig.

Terrible.
Paullin:448m, SC barge ordered into service in 1782 by the Governor. This may be a mistake for the MD barge.

Terrible.
Maclay:136, Mill:139, NR:473, LM PA schooner, 4 guns, 14 men, Capt Joshua Baker, which captured a schooner in 1779, but was itself taken 1 Sep, 1780, crew sent to Mill Prison 25 Dec 1780. Kaminkow:234, C13 shows the year of capture as Sep 1780.

Le Terrible.
JA10:181, Rice:I:180, French three-decker warship of the line, 1780, already disarmed in June, 1783.

El Terrible.
A2:IX:52, 58, A2:X:22A, 35, Spanish sloop, probably visited New Orleans in 1779 and 1780. It had a cargo of salt in Feb 1780, from Havana. Beerman:85-86, balandra from Havana at the Battle for Mobile, 1780.

Terrible.
DaviesXIX:19, privateer, captured c Jan 1781, with two seaman of its crew sent to prison in York Castle.

Terrible.
Spanish warship, 70 guns, engaged in fighting with British in last battle for Gibraltar, 13/14 Sep 1782.

Terrible.
Chapelle:57, 123, mentioned, probably one of the above.

Terrible Creature.
Howe:419, Allen:297, brigantine of Beverly, MA, 16 guns, 100 men, privateer, Capt Robert Richardson, 10 Mar 1778, owners George and Andrew Cabot and others of Beverly..

Terror, 1 gun. Coggins:99, PANavy:343, ND5:858, ND6:7, ND7:834, ND9:722, armed guard boat/sloop, Capt Robert Hardie, 1 Jul 1776, Capt James Irwin, Aug 1777. C140, 163. Silverstone:19.

Terror.
NR:473, CTP:231, LCP:254/255, LM CT schooner, 4 guns, 12 men, Capt John Park/Parks, Nov 1781 (Record 838), took one prize 20 Jan 1782.

Thames.
ND2:736, ND3:166, ND4:893, ND5:1151, British transport/storeship, Capt David Laird, arrived at Boston 6 Feb 1775, active later 26 Sep 1775. ND7:758, possibly the storeship, Capt John Kendall, with supplies and money, 23 Nov 1776. DaviesXI:213.

Thames.
ND6:600, British transport, Capt Moodie, reported missing 16 Sep 1776.

Thames.
CTP:207, 208, British ship, Liverpool to Barbados, 14 guns, captured 20 Jan 1777 by CT sloop Revenge.
ND9:416, possibly Capt Joseph Sheffield, or Capt Alan Watt.

Thames (HMS)
ND7:785, ND8:1058, ND9:33, ND10:12, ND11:554, British warship, 32 guns 220 men, Capt Tyringham Howe, RN, captured American vessels in Apr 1777. DaviesXIV:56, 177, XV:65, XVIII:52, 229. Volo:53.

Thames.
RM7:16, a brig, possibly a British prison ship, mentioned 4 Nov 1782.

Thames.
ND1:144, American schooner, Capt James Angell, cargo of sugar from Hispaniola, at New London, 15 Mar 1775.

Thames.
ND4:517, American sloop, Capt J. Fairibelt/Faribault of Philadelphia, captured 30 Jan 1776 in West Indies by British Squirrel.

Thames.
ND10:885, 920, R77:408, Capt Robert Hill, Oporto to Hull, taken and retaken, 7 Oct 1777.

Thames.
ND9:416, American ship, Capt Alan Watt, captured U/I vessel 21 June 1777.

Thames.
Allen:297, MA privateer ship, 10 guns, 30 men, Capt Madett Engs, 29 Oct 1779, owners Madett Engs and others of Boston.

The Kingston Packett.
Appeals:xxxiv, vessel captured and case appealed to the Continental Congress, Nov/Dec 1776.

Thérèse.
NR:146,Augur:140, Loménie 304, ND8:732, 782, ND9:1001, ND10:882, 1022, 1161, FordXIV:690, JA7:29, armed merchant ship, Capt J. Richard, provided by Beaumarchais, Feb 1777. M&S:233, 245, after delivering arms to America, was captured Oct 1779 by British cruiser Prestonand taken to New York. It was formerly the Comte de Vergennes,renamed Theresa3 May 1777


Thereza. Peabody:238, apparent a fishing brig on the way to Grand Banks when boarded by the crew of the MA privateer Grand Turk 18 Aug 1782.

Thetis(HMS)
ND6:1368, McPA:267, British ship, 300 tons, Capt Hezekiah May, from Jamaica, captured 20 Oct 1776 by the PA General Montgomery.
She was refitted as an armed xebec. ND1:479, Force:5:III:1530, British vessel, Capt Meig/May, Jamaica to London, 200 tons, taken and retaken, 1776. ND3:1410, ND5:1365, ND8:536, ND9:509, this may be the British warship, 32 guns, 180 men, 120 tons, Capt Mitchell Graham, RN, captured by another British vessel, 19 Jan 1777. How this came about is not at all clear. DaviesX:2429, XIII:1596, 1770. Volo:268.

Thetis.
ND6:603, ship, probably British, Capt William Spark, unfit for duty, to be sold 18 Sep 1776.

Thetis.
ND9:231, 255, British brigantine, Capt John Russel, captured by American McClary,7 Jul 1777.

Thetis.
ND11:1057, British ship, Capt John Gell, RN, captured American Triton2 Mar 1778.

Thetis.
Mc:420, British vessel, joint Continental capture, Aug 1779.

Thetis.
SchV:49, British vessel, 32 guns, Capt Robert Linzée, sunk in 1781 at St Lucia, crew saved. JA10:94, frigate.

Thetis.
CTP:108, British brigantine, New York to Charleston, Capt Peter Robinson, captured 1 Jun 1782 by the CT brigantine Hancock,Capt Lodowick Champlin


Thetis.
ND11:770, Dutch Navy frigate, 26 guns, arrived at St Eustatia, 23 Mar 1778. VanMaanen, this may be the warship from Admiralty of the Maze, 36 guns, 230 men, Capt B. Van Treslong, built 1766, active 1782.

Thetis.
Van Maanen, Dutch warship, 14 guns 156 men, Capt Sprengler, built 1768, active 1782.

Thetis.
Coggins:102, VANavy:162, GMB:35, Dandridge:186, ship built for the VA Navy, 1778-81. Selby:255, Thomas Jefferson hoped to find some way to make the ship serviceable in the Chesapeake Bay, May 1780, but it was burned in 1781. Silverstone:20. Paullin:411.

Thetis.
Allen:297, MA privateer ship, 6 guns, 18 men, Capt Jacob Cole, 3 Nov 1779, owner John Stanton of Boston.

Thetis.
NR:474, LCP:254/255, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 14 men, Capt George Gregg, Aug 1779.

Thetis.
NR:474, CTP:66, 166, 232, LCP:254/255, NLHS:I:IV:31, LM CT brigantine, 6 guns, 20 men, Capt William Wattles/Watters, Jul 1782 (Record 851). C66, Robert Colfax was Capt in Feb and Mar, 1782, and he took the British schooners, Honest Endeavor, Trimmer.
The Trimmerwas retaken by the British frigate Ceres.

Thetis.
Mwhipple:114, one of eight vessels captured by Capt Whipple which reached port.

Thimoleon.
Capture:81-82, brigantine, Bordeaux to Boston, French crew except pilot, Henry Higginson,captured 12 Apr, year not stated by the British Greyhound,Capt Archibald Dixon .

Thistle.
McM:346, ND5:857, ND6:1408, Force:5:III:1530, British schooner, Capt Charles Roberts, Pensacola to Leeward Islands, prize of PA Congress, Apr 1776, case tried in Philadelpha 1 Jul 1776. Appeals:xxxiii, xxxxv, 162:1:1, vessel captured and case appealed to Continental Congress Sep 1776 with McAroy as claimant and Roberts as appellant. Ford1776:631, 647, 827.

Thistle.
ND1:1254-55, American sloop, Capt Roger Haddock, owner William Malcolm, permit to sail from New York to St Eustatia, Aug 1775.

Thom.
Emmons:46/47, British ship, Capt Wardlow, captured by the Deane, Boston.

Thom/Thorn.
Mill:139, Kaminkow:234, brig taken 20 Jul 1780, crew sent to Mill Prison, 19 Sep 1780.

Thomas.
Hearn:220, ND1:1388, 1391, ND6:600, British Army transport brig Capt John Robertson, 19 Jul 1775 and 1776, James River to Glasgow, with tobacco and staves, reported missing 16 Sep 1776.

Thomas.
ND2:1285, British schooner, captured by Capt Darby, 5 Dec 1775.

Thomas.
GWNavy:231, British schooner captured 29 Nov 1775 by the Harrison, Capt Coit


Thomas.
ND2:1351, British sloop, 15 tons, Capt Nathaniel Boush, St. Eustatia to Roanoke, ballast, 3 Nov 1775.

Thomas.
ND4:1017, boat, probably British, sailed with westward convoy 4 Apr 1776.

Thomas.
Force:5:III:1530, ND6:1175, 1214, British ship, Capt Thomas Bell, London to Quebec, 160 tons, captured by American Hawke,16 Sep 1776. ND8:547, British ship, Capt Bell, reported captured and carried into Providence, 22 Jan 1777.

Thomas.
R77:109, Force:5:III:1530, ND7:1266, ND8:108, 252, 1057, British ship, Capt Collison, Liverpool to Montserratt, captured 20 Jan 1777or 22 Feb 1777 by CT sloop Revenge/Revenue, Capt Joseph Sheffield, recaptured by British Unicorn, 1777, while running into Newport, not knowing Newport was in British hands.

Thomas.
R77:109, ND7:1112, ND8:82-83, 1057, Mc:379, British snow from Jamaica, 6 guns 14 men, 72 tons, Capt Thomas Nicholson, captured by the Andrew Doria,Capt Isaiah Robinson, Dec 1776, but it was retaken by the British Perseus and sent to Charleston, SC, 5 Feb 1777. Ford1777:89.

Thomas.
R77:408, British vessel, Capt Hall, Jamaica to New York, 1777.

Thomas.
ND9:632, probably British brig, Capt Reeves, captured by crew and carried into Lisbon 8 Sep 1777.

Thomas.
ND7:167-68, British ship, Capt George Thew, captured by American Hawke,23 Sep 1777.

Thomas.
R77:109, British vessel, Capt Read, Liverpool to Dominica, 1777.

Thomas.
ND10:1207, British schooner, Capt Morrison, 70 tons, Jamaica to Halifax, captured by the Warren, 11 Nov 1778.

Thomas.
British brig, Capt Bell, captured in June 1780 by MD privateer sloops Antelope, Felicity.

Thomas.
McM:19-20, British brig of Liverpool, Capt James Bancroft, captured 22 Oct 1782 by the American CT Marshall,brought into New London for libeling. Volo:175, possibly this vessel.

Thomas.
ND2:17, American ship, Capt James Crawford, men impressed from vessel, 4 Sep 1775.

Thomas.
ND4:32, sloop from St Eustatius, Capt Henry Keel, carried into St. Christophers, 4 Jan 1776 by British Argo,Capt William Garnier.

Thomas.
ND5:1022, schooner, probably American, active mid 1776.

Thomas.
ND4:1376, ND5:1022, ND11:128, American schooner from VA, Capt John M’Cabe, seized by Mr. John Fletcher in Windward Islands, early 1776, condemned at Antigua, 21 Mar 1776. Possibly Silverstone:20, despatch.

Thomas.
ND6:385, French ship, Capt Maillard, Nantes to West Indies, sails out of St. Dominique 2 Mar 1776, stopped by British frigates, then released.

Thomas.
Force:5:III:1524, American vessel, master Robert Standley, Beverly to Baltimore, captured in June 1776 by British Orpheus, Daphne.

Thomas.
Hearn:66, schooner, Capt Derby, probably American.

Thomas.
Howe:400 merchant ship of Thomas Stephens of Beverly taken by British cruiser in 1776.

Thomas.
ND9:737, American sloop, Capt James Harper, captured by British Emerald,12 Aug 1777.

Thomas.
ND10:809, American ship, Capt William Earle, captured by British Perseus,25 Dec 1777.

Thomas.
ND10:1207, schooner, Capt Morrison, probably American, captured, and trial 11 Nov 1777.

Thomas.
ND10:1017, 1019, ship, Capt Joseph Pine, probably American, active 1777.

Thomas.
Allen:297-298, NR:474, LCP:254/255, one or more MA privateer brigantines, 6 guns, 18 men, Capt Jonathan Oakes, 22 Apr 1779, owners John Larkin and Thomas Harris; Capt Thomas Rider of 3 Nov 1779, same owners;

Thomas.
RM1:403, MA LM brigantine, 16 guns, Capt Edward Tyler, of 19 Apr 1780, owned by Thomas Russell; Capt Isaac Smith of 15 Aug 1780 (Record 255), petitioner Thomas Russell. Kaminkow:235, Capt Isaac Smith, merchant ship captured Oct 1781. Howe:431, this may be the privateer operating in 1780 under Capt Richard Cowell.

Thomas.
Allen:298, Paine:459, NR:474, LCP:256/257, one or more MA LM privateer ships, 16 guns, 25 men, Capt Samuel Ingersoll, 12 Apr 1780, owners Joseph White and Jonathan Ingersoll; probably Capt Francis Boardman, 15 Dec 1780 and 22 Nov 1781 (Records 321, 101); Capt Thomas Palfray in 1782. Allen:69, the ship under Capt Palfray was captured by 10 Oct 1782 and taken to Bermuda. MAS lists crewmen.

Thomas.
M880:3 , sloop, Capt Richard Gibbens, from Richmond, supported Yorktown, Oct 1781.

Thomas.
Klotz:78-80, American trader buque which ran afoul of Spanish maritime law in 1781. It was probably one of the above.

Thomas.
Capture:82, brigantine, master Thomas Collins/Collier, captured before 25 Apr 1782, libelled 25 Apr 1783. When the court ruled for the libellants, the commander and crew of the armed sloop Industriusappealed to the Lords Commissioners of appeals.

Thomas.
NR:474, CTP:232, LCP:254/255, NLHS:I:IV:31, LM CT brigantine, 4 guns, 15 men, Capt Elisha Lathrop, Jr, Sep 1782 (Record 861), captured 18 Oct 1782 and sent into Bermuda. C180.

Thomas & Ann.
ND7:535, ND11:448, American schooner, with dry goods and sugar, captured in 20 Dec 1776 by British Boreas, Capt Charles Thompson


Thomas & Betsy.
ND6:595, British victualer in convoy, 7 Sep 1776. ND7:901, Peabody:231, British brigantine, Capt Charles Edwards, captured in late 1781, by the Grand Turk,Capt Joseph Pratt,and sold in Salem, 1782 for over 2499 pounds.

Thomas and Elizabeth.
R77:409, ND9:550, 564, British ship, Capt Anthony Watson, Petersburgh to Leith, captured and burned by American Tartar, 8 Aug 1777.

Thomas Edward Tyler.
FordXX:754, U. S. ship loaded out at Cadiz by R. Harrison, 1781. Ford1781:754.

Thomas/Thamas Koulikan.
ND8:607, 608, ND11:1029, 907 French ship, Capt Noël Le Peru, captured by British Hector,24 Feb 1777.

Thomas and Mary.
R77:409, ND9:658, 678, British brig, Capt James Forrestal/Dorrester, ship belonging to Waterford, taken by American Hawke,and retakenby British Foudroyant, 11 Sep 1777.

Thomas & Nancy.
British brigantine captured near Newfoundland Banks in summer 1778 by American brig General Gates.

Thomas & Stafford.
ND2:1334, ND3:849, American sloop/schooner , Capt Solomon Gibbs, captured by British Tamer,Dec 1775 or 18 Jan 1776.

Thomas & William.
Force:5:III:1530, 1527, ND3:430, ND4:903, ND5:112, ND8:163, 613, Capture:82, C41, British brigantine, Capt James Smith, New York to Cork, 152/200 tons, captured by privateer schooner Warren, Capt Eliphalet Buddington,sent to Beverly, MA, recaptured off Cape Ann, 26 Nov, 1776 by the British Unicorn. CTP:54, 73, 143, this may be the brig, Capt James Smith, captured at Sag Harbor, Long Island, June 1779 by the CT sloop Eagle,sloop Beaverand sloop Lady Trumbull. One record shows the capture by the Eagleto be single-handed. C41.

Thompson.
Morison:141, a collier burned in the harbor at Whitehaven, Scotland, Apr 1777.

Thompson.
Cog:33, brig, probably British, mentioned.

Thonin.
RM9:723, British ship captured by the American Saratogaand sold in Cap François by Mr. Lavaud, by Dec 1782.

Thorn.
SchV:43, British vessel of 14 guns, Capt W. Wardlow, captured in 1779 by an American frigate. FW3:602, British vessel, 16 guns, captured before Apr 1780. Ford1779:1342, possibly the HM sloop.

Thorne.
Clark:I:110, Mc:449, DaviesXVI:189, 1094, FW3:836, JA10:25, British ship/sloop of war, 16 guns, captured by the Boston,Capt Tucker,and others, 28 Aug 1779 off Newfoundland. Allen:299-300, FW3:650, MA ship of war, Capt Daniel Waters, Nov 1779; probably the ship of 18 guns, 120 men, under Capt Richard Cowell, 5 Apr 1780, owner Nathaniel Tracy of Newburyport. MAS lists crewmen. JA9:265, possibly the vessel mentioned. Capture:82-83, Kaminkow:234, 235, sloop, 14 guns, taken prior to 28 Aug 1782. SchV:43, she had formerly been taken in 1779 by the Bostonand Deane,then retaken by British Hindin Jul 1780, then captured by two French ships Harmionand Astreawhich took her to Boston and sold her to William Raymond Lee, who then loaded her for a voyage to L’Orient, on which voyage she was captured Feb 1782 or 20 Aug 1782. JA10:25, warship. Volo:171, 268. Fowler:266. Silverstone:92.

Thorn.
Maclay:89, 90, privateer of 16 guns in operation in 1778. Allen:299, MA privateer brigantine, 14 guns, 30 men, Capt John Coombs, 22 Oct 1778, owners John Coombs and others of Newburyport.

Thorn.
Allen:299, one or more MA privateer brigantines, 6 guns, 12 men, Capt Moses Hale, 20 Aug 1779, owners Daniel Sargent and others of Newburyport; Capt William Russell, 7 Dec 1779, same owners.

Thorn.
Kaminkow:235, Capt Phil Aubin, captured before Sep 1780. C10, probably the vessel captured by the British Grantham,c Sep 1780.

Thorn.
Allen:301, Paine:459, NR:474, LCP:256/257, ship of 16/18 guns, 120 men, Capt Samuel Tucker of Marblehead in action, 11 Jan 1781 and Aug 1782 (Record 409), owners John Tracy and others of Marblehead. Capture:7, American privateer operating in 1781 off New England. C317, captured 19 Aug 1782 by the HMS Arethusaand taken to St Johns.

Thornton.
ND1:1302, ND3:1369, probably American ship, 125/175 tons, 13 men, Capt Finlay Gray, active 1775, from London to Annapolis with ballast and convicts. Made non-British declaration 3 Jul 1775.

Thoroughgood.
VANavy:171, NR:475, LCP:256/257, VA LM brig with 11 guns, 40 men, Capt William Thomas, June 1782.

Thrasher.
See also Trasher,ahead.

Thrasher.
Allen:301, Paine:459, NR:475, LCP:256/257, LM MA privateer schooner, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Benjamin Cole of Salem, 4 June 1781 (Record 361); Capt Nathaniel Perkins, Jul 1782; Capt William Baldwin of Salem, 31 Dec 1782.

Three Adventurers.
ND7:456, American brigantine, Capt Albert Salleron, purchased supplies at MA Bay 12 Dec 1776.

Three Adventurers.
ND11:129, American brig, Capt Ebenezer Lane, captured Jan 1777 by British schooner Tryall,Capt William Jardine, condemned at Antigua 20/25 Feb 1777.

Three Brothers.
ND3:342, apparently British transport, moving arms from England, 1 Sep 1775.

Three Brothers.
Force:5:III:1530, ND1:1378, ND6:1297, ND7:1016, ND10:1206, British ship/schooner, 60 tons, Capt David Smith, Dominica to Halifax, captured by Tyrannicide,1 Oct 1776.

Three Brothers.
McMA:44, British brig, Capt Arthur Holme, from London, captured Jan 1777 by the Tyrannicide.

Three Brothers.
ND10:804, British sloop, Capt Matthew Malone, captured by Oliver Cromwell,libelled in MA Middle District25 Dec 1777.

Three Brothers.
Capture:83, R77:409, ND9:772, ND11:184-185, British brigantine, Capt Thomas Johnson, Newfoundland to Barbados, captured 25 July 1777 by American Active, Speedwell,sent to Boston, then was recaptured about 20 Aug 1777 by British Rainbow,and taken to Halifax.

Three Brothers.
CTP:139, British privateer sloop, Capt Cornwall, 11 guns, 4 swivels, 25 small arms, captured 20 Feb 1783 in Long Island Sound by CT sloop Julius Caeser.
C159.

Three Brothers.
Howe:349, British merchant ship of 130 tons, captured in 1780 by the Pilgrim.

Three Brothers.
McM:432, a British brig collier, from Liverpool to Exeter in Devon, captured by the Black Princess,but the Scottish captain would not pay ransom. This brig was burned in July 1780.

Three Brothers.
ND1:1378, ND7:1017, schooner, Capt David Smith, active 1775 and 1777. ND10:1205, possibly the ship on a capture list.

Three Brothers.
ND2:195, 1376, American sloop, Capt Isaac Easton, with cargo of cider, cheese, and onions, captured in Holme’s Hole by British Viper, 1775, condemned and sold. This vessel is also shown captured by HMS Rosenear Jamaica in Sep 1775.

Three Brothers.
ND3:1071, probably American sloop, Capt William Pindar, allowed to sail from Charleston, 21 Jan 1776.

Three Brothers.
ND9:394, American ship, Capt Bentley, captured by British Marlborough,13 June 1777.

Three Brothers.
American vessel, Capt James Babson, captured by British, June 1777.

Three Brothers.
DaviesXIV:111, French schooner, Capt Pierre Bartholemy Blouin, Guadeloupe to St Peters, Newfoundland, robbed and plundered at St Maries, Newfoundland, June 1777.

Three Brothers.
Allen:302, MA privateer brigantine, 4 guns, 12 men, Capt Thomas Fossey, 28 May 1779, owners Edward Gray and others of Boston.

Three Friends.
Force:5:III:1530, ND7:988, 1037, 1305, ND8:217, 309, British brigantine, Capt Arthur Holme/Holmes/Helme, Liverpool to Jamaica, 280 tons, with money, captured 1776 by MA Tyrannicide,libelled 29 Apr 1777
Ford1776:910.

Three Friends.
Mc:377, ND6:748, 782, British LM brig, Capt Anthony Stalker, captured by the Continental sloop Sachem,Capt Isaiah Robinson, Aug 1776 or 7 Sep 1776. R76III:156, British vessel, Capt Stolken, Antigua to London, 1776. DaviesX:1191.

Three Friends.
Force:5:III:1530, British vessel, Capt Walker, Antigua to Halifax, 120 tons, 1776.

Three Friends.
Force:5:III:1530, ND7:46, 101, 354, British brigantine, Capt Thomas Russel, St Eustatia to Cork, 100 tons, captured by the McClary, 24 Feb 1777.

Three Friends.
R77:109, ND8:701, British ship, Capt Thomas Chivers, captured 22 Mar 1777.

Three Friends.
R78:40, British vessel, Capt Coppinger, Corke to Cadiz, 1777/78.

Three Friends.
CTP:73, British sloop, 80 tons, captured in May 1779 by CT sloop Eagle,Capt Edward Conkling. C69.

Three Friends.
ND10:1209, British schooner, Capt Ebenezer Farnum, 45 tons, from Nova Scotia, taken by the MA privateer schooner Defence,10 Nov 1781.

Three Friends.
McM:220, McMA:178, British brig, Capt Beckwith, prize of MA Pilgrim, 1781.

Three Friends.
ND7:809, British ship, Capt Bower, captured by Americans, by 28 Dec 1776.

Three Friends.
ND1:351, ND2:1374, American sloop, Capt Peter Guillard, captured by HM sloop Falcon,Capt Linzee, around St. Peters in Jul 1775, cargo sold to British army in Boston, sloop in such bad shape it could not sail away, May 1775. (Some error in dating.)

Three Friends.
Coggins:103, SC schooner commissionned in 1776.

Three Friends.
ND6:284, 1226, ND11:125, American schooner, Capt Benjamin Eldridge, captured 1776 by British Galatea,Capt Thomas Jordan, and condemned at Antigua 10 Oct 1776


Three Friends.
ND8:82-83, ND11:126, American schooner, Capt Jeremiah Dickeson, captured 1 Jan 1777 by British Portland,Capt Thomas Dumaresq, condemned at Antigua 18 Feb 1777.

Three Friends.
NR:475, ND6:967, LCP:256/257, LM PA brigantine, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Daniel Jackson, 23 Sep 1776.

Three Friends.
ND7:41, VA sloop, Capt Edward Rose/Ross, to be allowed to sell his cargo from the West Indies and continue trading there, 4 Nov 1776.

Three Friends.
R77:232, ND7:1047, ND8:1055, American ship, Capt Samuel Robins, from Boston, captured by British Phoenix, 27 Jan 1777, and condemned 24 Feb 1777.

Three Friends.
ND8:151, NH brigantine, Capt Jacob Sheafe, requesting permission to trade in West Indies, 19 Mar 1777, permission postponed until Army recruitment was completed.

Three Friends.
Capture:84, sloop, master Benjamin Sison, captured prior to 13 Oct 1777.

R77:234, ND8:393, 1058, American sloop, Capt Benjamin Clisson, from SC, captured by British HMS Orpheus16 Feb 1777.

Three Friends.
ND7:1274, brigantine, Capt Thomas Russell, captured c 1777 by McClary.

Three Friends.
Howe:367, merchant ship of Elias H. Derby in the Bilbao trade, 1777.

Three Friends.
Capture:84, brigantine captured prior to 2 Aug 1777.

Three Friends.
ND9:453, American ship, Capt Robert Cook, captured by British Valiant,2 July 1777.

Three Friends.
ND10:440, 838, Cartel schooner, Capt Isaac Freeman, given instructions 15 Oct 1777.

Three Friends.
ND11:432, American sloop, Capt Ebenezer Barker, captured by British Ceres,Capt James R. Dacres, 25 Feb 1778.

Three Friends.
ND9:123, ND11:184-185, American brigantine captured by British Mercury,21 Jul 1777, libel of 2 Aug 1777.

Three Friends.
Buel:307-308, American ship, Capt William Almy, kept log book of voyage from Rochefort to Boston in April 1778, and included map of mariner harbors and hazards of New England.

Three Friends.
Robertson(1959):70, Dutch-owned schooner captured in 1782 by the British and taken to Jamaica.

Three Friends.
Allen:302, NR:475, LCP:256/257, LM MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 25 men, Capt William Young of Boston, 30 Dec 1782 (Record 247).

Three Friends.
Coggins:103, schooner in SC Navy.

Three Friends.
R82II:273, American ship captured in May 1782 by British Warwick, Bonetta.
Ford:1783:826, Ford1784:369.

Three Sisters.
R77:109, ND9:434, British ship, Capt Spicers/Spiers, St Ubes to Corke, captured by American Freedom,1777.

Three Sisters.
R77:409, ND9:623, 647, 683, British ship, Capt Malone, Corke to Lisbon, captured by American Oliver Cromwell,1777.

Three Sisters.
R78:40, British vessel, Capt Masters, West Indies to Halifax, 1777/78.

Three Sisters.
Howe:343, small British sloop, 60 tons, captured near Bilboa and sent there.

Three Sisters.
Capture:84-85, British ship captured by Americans, then recaptured by British HMS Falcon, prior to 12 Aug 1779. DaviesXVI:2051, transport mentioned which may be this ship.

Three Sisters.
McM:96, British brig, St Kitts to New York, captured c May 1781 by CT brigantine Deane.

Three Sisters.
ND7:956, vessel, probably British, sent seamen to Lake Champaign beginning Apr 1777.

Three Sisters.
ND5:629, 686, ND6:1226, MD schooner, Capt Joseph Handy, sent to West Indies (St Eustatius) by the MA Council of Safety, June 1776.

Three Sisters.
Lewisohn:19, MD vessel in 1776.

Three Sisters. ND7:910, prize sloop captured 9 Jan 1777 by American Tyrranicide and sent to Salem. It would seem this was an American sloop captured by the British, then recaptured by Americans while it was a British prize.

Three Sisters.
DaviesXIII:878, American vessel, Capt John Hazard, captured by British, June 1777.

Three Sisters.
ND9:407, 423, American brig captured by Elizabeth,18 June 1777.

Three Sisters.
American vessel, Capt John Prole, captured by British, June 1777.

Three Sisters.
Allen:302, MA privateer ship, 240 tons, 10 guns, 40 men, Capt Nathaniel West, 29 Oct 1779, owners Elias Hasket Derby and others of Salem.

Three Sisters.
Sands:215, American Coasting schooner, 20 tons, captured in Chesapeake by the British privateer barge Resolutionand taken to Portsmouth in July 1781. As she was not seaworthy, she was taken to Yorktown and sold. There is no further record.

Three Sisters.
M880:3, schooner, Capt Granvill, supported Yorktown operations, Oct 1781.

Three Williams.
British vessel, Newfoundland to Lisbon, with dry codfish, boarded 17 Oct 1782 by the MA privateer Grand Turk,and ordered to the United States.

Thunder.
ND3:425, ND4:1091, ND5:1363, ND6:449, ND7:d1123, ND8:101, SchV:42, British bomb vessel, 8 guns, 80 men, Capt James Reid, RN, 15 Nov 1775, later Anthony Molloy, RN, later Capt J. Gambier, captured 17 Aug 1778 off the American coast by the French fleet. DaviesX:679, XI:203, XII:139, 245, XIV:59, 177, XV:65. Volo:69. Silverstone:91, probably Thunderbay,captured by Le Veillant,French warship of 64 guns, 17 Aug 1778.

Thunder.
SchV:50, Miller:25, British bomb ketch, 8 guns, Capt J. Wallace, attacked Fort Moultre, foundered in 1781 in English Channel, crew perished. Volo:268.

Thunderbolt.
Allen:302, MA privateer, 18 guns, captured Nov 1779, taken to New York.

Thunderer.
ND7:830, ND8:986, ND9:30, ND10:140, radeau/ketch, 10 guns, 15 men, Capt John Falconer, RN, on Lake Champlain 17 May 1777, in East River 9 Jul 1777. DaviesXII:238, XIV:134. Volo:211, Capt Scott, 12 guns 35 men. Fowler:202, 207. Chapelle:104, 113. Coggins:52, 54.

Thunderer (HMS)
ND6:450, SchV:48, British vessel, 74 guns, Captains B. Walsingham and Capt R. B. Nicholas, lost in 5 Oct 1780 huricane in West Indies, crew perished. JA8:353.

Thunderer/Thunder, 1 gun. Coggins:99, M:228, PANavy:343, ND8:1015, ND9:980, ND11:421, armed guard boat, Capt Francis Gilbert, owner Williams & Clinton, PA Navy, 1777, used to defend the Delaware, but Capt Gilbert and his crew deserted to the British 28 Sep 1777,and the vessel became the British Pembroke. Fowler:202, 207, this may be the radeau listed. Silverstone:19.

Tickler.
SchV:45, British vessel, 14 guns, Capt O’Bryen Drury, captured in 1783 in the West Indies by a French frigate.

Tigerand Tyger are combined below:

Tyger.
Eller:280, British sloop captured by MD privateer Black Prince, Capt John Rogers, and sent to Baltimore, 1777.

Tyger.
RM6:175, 377, 392, British flag of truce ship with Americans returning from English prison, Capt George Harrison, arrived in the Delaware River in Aug 1782 a few days after the Symmetry.

Tiger.
Allen:302-303, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 10 men, Capt Nathaniel Brookhouse, 14 Dec 1778, owners Henry Rust and George Williams, Jr.

Tiger.
Allen:303, MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 10 men, Capt William Orne, 23 Nov 1779, owner John Leech; Capt Joseph Leach, 5 Apr 1780, owners George Williams, Jr and others; Capt Samuel Croel of Salem, 16 Aug 1781.

Tiger.
LCP:256/257, Capt Martin Parkison, Capt in Jul 1779 of the PA sloop Tiger(Record 1044)


Tiger.
Allen:303, MA privateer schooner, 4 swivels, 20 men, Capt Ephraim Chambers, 24 Feb 1779, owner Jonathan Glover and others of Marblehead.

Tiger.
SchV:54, 12 guns, 36 men, captured in 1780 at Newfoundland by the British Cygnet.
This Tigermay be one of the above.

Tyger/Tiger.
British sloop captured by MD privateer Black PrinceNov 1781.

Tiger.
Sherman:167, schooner of 6 guns and 15 men. Maclay:60, NH armed privateer, 1777.

Tyger.
NR:481, LM, PA sloop, 2 guns, 70 men, Capt Martin Parkison, Jul 1779.

Tyger.
Paine:459, NR:481, LCP:262/263, LM, MA brigantine, 14 guns, 70 men, Capt Samuel Croel/Crowell, Apr 1781 (Record 444).

Tyger.
Howe:426, LM schooner operating in 1778. Allen:85, privateer operating in 1781, at least selling a prize in June.

Tiger.
Allen:303, NR:475, LCP:256/257, Rand:834, LM MA privateer schooner, 6 guns, 15 men, Capt Jeremiah O’Brien of Machias, ME, 8 Dec 1781 (Record 591), owners Billing Putnam of Newburyport and Jeremiah O’Brien.

Tiger.
NR:476, CTP:233, LCP:256/257, NLHS:I:IV:31, LM CT sloop, 2 guns, 36 men, Capt Daniel Jones, Jun 1782 (Record 850), took one prize, the British Fly,Dec 1782.

Tyger.
ND9:986, ND10:113, ND11:543, 270, American privateer sloop, Capt Davie, captures British Amelia,master John Tyree, 30 Sep 1777. NR:481, LM MA ship, 16 guns, 75 men, Capt John Tucker, Jul 1782.

Tyger.
VanMaanen, Dutch warship, 44 guns, 250 men, Capt E. C. Staring, built 1781, active 1782.

Tiger/Tyger.
Allen:304, LCP:256/257, MA privateer ship, 16 guns, 75 men, Capt John Tucker of Gloucester, 11 Jul 1782 (Record 162).

Tigre.
LG:182, French privateer operating in the West Indies, 1777, 1778.

Timoleon.
R77:235, ND6:463, ND7:1158, ND8:325, 1060, American or French brig, from Bordeaux, France, Capt Joseph Blaid, captured by British Greyhound, 12 April 1777.

Tinger.
R82II:168, Dutch navy vessel, 1782, Capt Laurint Staring.

Titus.
CTP:255, British vessel captured by Fairfield privateers.

Titus.
Allen:304, Paine:459, NR:476, LM MA privateer sloop, 4 guns, 11 men, Capt John Burchmore of Salem, 8 Feb 1783.

Tobago.
ND2:1248, 1352, brig, 76 tons, Capt Daniel Cumming, Antigua to Roanoke, with rum, 30 Jan 1775 or Mar, 1775, then to London. Maclay:68, boat of 12 guns taken by the British, 1774-76. One such vessel was the former Governor Trumbull.
Fowler:125, sloop. Chapelle:74, schooner.

Toezicht.
VanMaanen, Dutch guard or pilot ship, Admiral of the Maze, 10 guns, 60 men, Capt Rynbende, active 1782.

Tom.
ND10:400, 469, British sloop, Capt Stanton Hazard, captured by General Washington,3 Nov 1777.

Tom.
ND11:382, British sloop, Capt Thomas Alloway, captured by MA privateer Scorpion, Capt Israel Thorndike, to be sold at auction in Charlestown, SC, 24 Feb 1778.

Tom.
Capture:85, British brigantine, Master David Smart, Antigua to Halifax, captured in Nov/Dec 1781 by American privateer, Marquis Lafayette, and sent to Salem. Recaptured four days later by HMS Belesarius, and taken to Halifax.

Tom.
Capture:85-86, British ship, Master John Lee, St. Lucia to Liverpool, captured 30 June 1782 by the privateer, Porus,sent to Salem, then recaptured by the British sloop of War Savage,Capt George Oaks, 26 Jul.

Tom.
ND1:243, probably American vessel, Capt Clark, Liverpool to Norfolk, arrived 28 Apr 1775.

Tom.
Allen:304, NH privateer brigantine, 120 tons, 16 guns, 30 men, Capt John Lee, 1 Oct 1779, owners John Tracy and others. ND11:265, shown as a British LM ship, 12 guns, 200 tons, captured Friendship, Two Brothers, Warrenby 29 Jan 1778.

Tom Johnson.
NR:476, LCP:258/259, LM MD brig, 16 guns, 40 men, Capt John Martin, Sep 1779. Kaminkow:235, Capt John Martin, captured before Oct 1780.

Tom Lee.
NR:476, LCP:258/259, LM MD ship, 12 guns, 45 men, Capt George Buchanan, Feb 1781. Mill:141, Kaminkow:235, Capt William Coward, ship taken 23 Mar 1781, crew sent to Mill Prison 5 May 1781. C76.

Le Tonnant.
Annual Register 21:182, Comm:38-42, French warship, 80 guns, Capt Brumon, in 1778 and 1779 part of the squadron of D’Estaing, crew listed. Lawrence:9, 144, 161, at Savannah, Sep 1779, later driven by storm into Havana, Oct-Nov 1779. It was demolished in 1780.

El Tonante.
SchIV:358, at Cadiz in Nov 1780.

Tonnelier/Cooper.
ND9:972, ND10:618-619, Capt Moses Gombauld, captured by Fanny,27 Aug 1777


Tonnere.
ND11:621, 836, French ship, 350 tons, 50 men, Capt L. Dessau, burned by British Senegal,12 Mar 1778.

Tonyns Revenge.
CTN:45, 52, CTP:311, 315, British sloop captured 21 Jun 1778 by CT Navy Revenge,Capt Samuel Smedley
C283. Searcy:135-36, 138, possibly the vessel mentioned.

Topinambou.
ND9:861, ND10:32, ND11:184-185, Master Joseph Jean-Pichot, aka Picket, French brigantine captured by British Milford,26 Sep 1777, sent to Halifax.

Torbay(HMS)
ND1:426, ND3:451, ND5:1369, ND6:447, ND7:717, ND8:857, ND9:389, British ship, 74 guns 350 men, Capt Henry St John, RN, adds men 29 Oct 1776. Captured prisoners transferred to Queen,17 Apr 1777. RM8:556, British vessel used as a prison in Charleston, SC, after the capture of that city in 1780. DaviesXX:241, 243. JA8:372. Coggins:158.

Tormentor, 1 gun. ND7:1104, ND8:138, Coggins:99, PANavy:343, C37, armed guard boat, Capt James Brown, Mar 1777. ND11:104, this may have been one of the boats whose crew deserted in Cooper’s Creek and turned the boat over to the British. It is also shown captured by the British Roebuck12 Jan 1778. Silverstone:19.

Le Torrant.
Mc:259, French barque captured by British, recaptured by the Alliance,Capt John Paul Jones, Jan 1780.

Tortoise.
ND9:587, ND10:761, FW3:602, SchV:46, British armed transport, 32 guns, Capt Jahleel Brenton, foundered on the passage to England on the Banks of Newfoundland, crew saved by convoy, c 14 Feb 1778. DaviesXIII:773, 2102, XVI:426, 678, XVII:109. Silverstone:92, 26 guns, foundered Sep 1779.

Totness.
ND1:1377, ??? ship, Capt John Hudson, probably British, entered Annapolis from Liverpool, 2 Feb 1775.

Totness.
ND1:865, 903, 1175, 1365, Force:5:III:1530, DaviesX:250, British vessel, 130 tons, 11 men, Capt Thomas Waring/Warren, captured at West River, MD and burned by local MD militia, Jul or Aug 1775.

Totten.
NR:476, LCP:258/259, LM PA brigantine, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Thomas Blundell, Aug 1781 (Record 900).

Tougey.
M:103, SC privateer brigantine, 1777.

La Tourterelle.
ND6:395, French Navy vessel, Capt Baussier de Chateauvert, active 1776.ND10:731, ND11:73, 840, Villiers:299, 301, French Navy frigate, Capt Chevalier de La Laurencie, 1777, later escorted convoys from Martinique to France, 1779 and from St Domingue to Bordeau, 1780.

Townsend.
Cayford:124, hospital ship used in Penobscot Expedition, 1779, master not recorded.

Tracy/Tracey.
Allen:304, MA privateer ship, 200 tons, 16 guns, 100 men, Capt John B. Hopkins of RI, 19 May 1780, owners John Cushing and Samuel White. Mill:140,209,Kaminkow:235, ship taken 13/14 Sep 1780, part of crew moved from New York to Mill Prison in Jan 1781 or 5 May 1781. JA10:265.

Trader’s Increase.
R78:40, British vessel, Corke to the West Indies, 1777/78.

Trasher.
Capture:31-32, American privateer operating in Penobscott Bay in 1781.

Trenton.
Allen:304, 305, Howe:430, ND8:417, ND10:16, ND11:377, MA privateer sloop, 85 tons, 10 guns, 70 men, operating 24 Apr 1777 under Capt John Leach, owner probably Samuel Page of Salem; Capt Thomas Colony, 9 May 1777, same owner; Capt Joseph Leach, 11 Mar 1778, owners Aaron Wait and John Dutch; probably the sloop also under Capt John Conolly 24 Oct 1777 when it captured Elizabeth.

Trenton.
Paine:459, Salem ship, 12 guns, Capt Joseph Nati.

Trepassey.
Paullin:206, SchV:44, Mc:50-51, 126, Emmons:48/49, British Navy brig/sloop of war, Capt J. Smith, Jr, 14 guns, 80 men, captured in May 1781 by the American Alliance,Capt John Barry, and sent to Newfoundland as a cartel
Capt Barry placed his 250 prisoners from the Atalanta, which he had captured, on the cartel. Volo:130, 14 guns. Volo:268, 20 guns. Fowler:124-125. Silverstone:92, brig-sloop, 14 guns, captured 28 May 1781.

Trepassy/Trespassy.
McMA:50, ND8:850, ND9:80, R77:110, British Army transport, Capt Elias Combes, London to Newfoundland, 15/28 May 1777, captured by Tyrnnicide, Massachusetts.

Trial.
See Tryalahead.

Trident.
ND9:659, ND11:1112n, British ship, Capt John Elliot, in the Downs 25 Sep 1777, carried dispatches 12 Apr 1778. DaviesXIII:1614, 1901, XV:140, 164, HMS, XVII:191. Volo:268, 64 guns.

Trimmer.
CTP:232, British schooner captured 6 Mar 1783 by CT Thetis, sent to Boston, prize master Jonathan Lewis, captured by British frigate Ceres.
C66, 186.

Trimmer.
Paullin:393, Cont. whale boat, captured by British Medea,spring of 1774.

Trimmer.
NR:476, LCP:258/259, LM PA boat, 1 gun, 10 men, Capt John Earle, Aug 1781 (Record 898). Appeals Case 77, it captured the schooner Betseyat Shallcross’ Wharfand libelled it in Wilmington, DE.

La Trinité.
DaviesXVII:245, French frigate at Siege of Savannah, Sep 1779.

Trinité.
Villiers:118, French flute in North Atlantic trade, 1778.

Trio.
Force:5:III:1530, British vessel, Capt Blake, Halifax to St Kitts, captured 1776.

Triomphant.
JA8:359, French ship of the line, 80 guns, on the way to America in 1779. It served in the West Indies through 1782 and helped move French troops from Boston back to France in early 1783. Bouvet:104, flagship for fleet moving French Expeditionary Force from Boston to Puerto Cabello in Venezuela, Dec 1782.

Triomphe.
RM7:622, Fottschalk:399, 406fn, French cutter/corvette, Capt Lt Pierre Claude, Chevalier du Quesne, which brought unofficial news of the peace from Cadiz, in Mar 1783. Other historians say it was official news. Ford1783:210, 211n.

Tristram.
ND2:1350, 1351, 1356, 1358, ??? sloop, 15 tons, Capt Archibald Sharp, probably British, St Martins to Roanoke, ballast, 13 Jul 1775.

Tristram.
ND6:1170, sloop, Capt Will Scott, captured 21 Jan 1776 by British Squirrel.

Tristram Shandy.
NR:477, LCP:258/259, R81II:159, LM PA brigantine, 6 guns, 13 men, Capt Samuel Williams, Oct 1781. Dann:24-25, brig of Philadelphia, captured 8 Jul 1781 by the British Orpheus, then recaptured in 1781 by the American Rising Sun.

Trite.
Force:5:III:1530, British vessel, Capt Lanning, St Croix to Cork, 120 tons, taken and retaken, 1776.

Triton.
ND11:50, 287, British trading brig, Capt Peter Collas, captured by Hancock, Franklin,Nov 1776.

Triton.
Fowler:197, ND3:1334, British sloop, 40 tons, Capt Christopher Whipple, bonds issued 17 Feb 1776.

Triton(HMS)
ND2:743, ND3:1309, ND4:1104, ND5:950, ND6:449, ND7:965, ND8:1037, ND9:35, British ship, 28 guns, 200 men, Capt Lutwitge Skeffington RN, dismantled in the Cul de Sac at Quebec on the St. Lawrence River, 5 June 1777. It had cruised North American waters in 1776 and may have captured American vessels. DaviesXII:56, 246, XIII:1205, 2272, XIV:61, 180, XV:66, 229, XVIII:137. Volo:268. Fowler:197.

Triton/Tryton.
Force:5:III:1530, ND7:165, 642, ND6:804, 955, 956, ND9:933, British brigantine, Capt Thomas Martindale, Barbadoes to Whitehaven, 140 tons, captured, condemned and libelled 13 Sep 1776 by Montgomery. ND9:933, at Boston 17 Sep 1777.

Triton.
Force:5:III:1530, Hearn:202, ND7:104, 137, 141, ND11:654, British brig, 130 tons, Capt Thomas Brinton, Newfoundland to market, captured Oct 1776 by the Hancock,(and Franklin),Capt Tucker. The brig was sold to John Bradford of MA. GWNavy:233, British brig captured in Nov 1776 by the Hancockand the Franklin. Triton.
Date of capture of 17 Feb 1777 is probably a processing date. ND11:654, British brig, Capt Thomas Brinton, captured by American Hancock, Franklin,sold and cleared, Mar 1778.

Triton.
Force:5:III:1530, ND7:757, British vessel, Capt Nockey/Hookey, Newfoundland to Spain (market), 120 tons, captured by Sturdy Beggar,23 Nov 1776. R77:110, shows capture in 1777.

Triton.
ND7:1070, transport, probably British, Capt Thornton, permit to leave New York 31 Jan 1777. DaviesX:529, XII:273, possibly this vessel.

Triton.
R77:409, ND10:910, British vessel, Capt Bertram, Jersey to Honduras, captured by Mary,14 Oct 1777.

Triton.
ND10:469, brig, Capt Luke Chauvet, captured by George,11 Nov 1777.

Triton.
R77:110, British vessel, Capt Fairbank, 1777.

Triton.
McM:344, British brig, bound for Halifax, prize of PA Mars at NJ, 1779.

Triton.
Peabody:231, British schooner captured in late 1781 by the Grand Turk,Capt Joseph Pratt,and sold in Salem, 1782 for over 1358 pounds.

Triton.
French vessel, from Brest, 36 guns, to St Domingue, Oct 1778.

Le Triton.
JA7:124, 8:359, C&C:111, 113, Bonsal:137, French warship of the line, 64 guns, by 1779 in America, used in 1781 at Pensacola, on the way back to France in April 1782.

Triton.
ND3:1334, RI sloop, 40 tons, Capt Christopher Whipple, owner Zephaniah Brown, bonded for West Indies voyage, 17 Feb 1776.

Triton.
Capture:86, ND5:1152, schooner from Kennebec River bound to West Indies, captured in Massachusetts Bay 20 Jul 1776. ND6:981, 1125, schooner, 64 tons, Capt Elisha Cole, captured 20 Jul 1776 by British Milford.

Triton.
ND2:573, GWNavy:35-36, 37, American schooner hired by Bowen and name changed to Harrison,(which see.) Nelson:121, American schooner leased by American Government and converted to merchantman, Capt Daniel Adams.

Triton.
Cutler:43,ND8:536, Herbert:20, MA brig/ship out of Newburyport, Capt James Tiletson/Tileston, taken 19 Jan 1777 by the British Thetis,crew sent to Quebec.

Triton.
ND8:423, American brig, at Boston Harbor, 7 May 1777.

Triton.
ND11:1057, American brigantine from Newbury, Capt John Chandler, captured by British Thetis2 Mar 1778 off Cape Finistere.

Triton.
Allen:305, NR:477, LCP:258/259, one or two MA LM privateer brigantines, 4/8 guns, 12/20 men, Capt James Rob, 5 Jun 1780, owners John Welch and others of Boston; then probably Capt Ebenezer Stocker of Newburyport, 9 Dec 1780 (Record 614).

Triton/Tryton.
Allen:305, MA privateer ship, 12 guns, 90 men, Capt Joseph Rati, Aug 1781. This may have been a NH ship in 1779 under the same Captain.

Triton.
VanMaanen, Dutch privateer, 22 guns, Capt Van de Biest, active 1782.

Triumver.
American vessel, Capt Bartholemy Barjeolle, captured by British, June 1777.

Triumph (HMS)
ND6:450, awaiting commissioning 21 June 1776. R77:409, British vessel, Capt Cole, Ireland to the Mediterranean, 1777. JA8:372, 9:39, shown as a ship of the line. Volo:268, 74 guns. Coggins:198, sent to Jamaica 29 Apr 1781.

Triumph.
Mc:201, Emmons:48/49, a ship in British hands apparently recaptured by the Ariel,Capt John Paul Jones, Jan 1781, but it escaped.

Triumville.
Buel:296, French snow, captured by the British 22 Sep 1777.

Trois Avanturés.
ND7:1183, probably a French ship, Capt Lare, captured by British Tryal,12 Feb 1777.

Troi Amis.
ND11:979, French ship, formerly Two Friends,at Nantes ready to sail for America, 26 Feb 1778.

Trojan, 6 guns. NR:477, LCP:258/259, LM PA schooner, 6 guns, 16 men, Capt John Fanning, Nov 1781 (ord 1083). Dann:15, 17, 39, of Philadelphia, captured 23 Nov 1781 in the West Indies by the British Royal Oak.

Trolle(HMS).
Syrett:105, Swedish merchant ship arrived in Downs 5 Fec 1779.

Trooper.
NR:477, LCP:258/259, LM PA brig, 14 guns, 50 men, Capt Samuel Morris, Jr, Feb 1780, Capt Wollman Sutton, Oct 1780 (Record 1070), Capt Samuel Howell, Jr, Jan 1782 (Record 926). Howard:135, 158,brig in West Indies trade from whom Capt Seth Harding tried to impress seamen.

Trooper.
NR:478, LCP:258/259, LM PA ship, 10 guns, 30 men, Capt John Earle, May 1782 (Record 959). Samuel Howell is also shown as Capt of a PA ship Trooperin Feb 1780.

Trooper.
NR:477, LCP:258/259, LM MD brigantine, 12/14 guns, 40 men, Capt James McCoy/McCay, Jul 1780.

Trooper.
Allen:305-306, MA privateer ship, 8 guns 30 men, Capt Samuel Dunn, 1781. (This may be the same ship as the Prosper.)

True American.
Allen:306, ND6:1472, ND7:1188, ND9:620, MA privateer schooner, 10 guns, 80 men, Capt Daniel Hathorne, 5 Aug 1776, owners Benjamin Goodhue and others of Salem; Capt William Carlton, 3 Dec 1776, owners Joseph Sprague & Comp of Salem; and possibly Capt Israel Thorndike.

True American.
ND10:435, 805, Howe:419, LM schooner/brig from Beverly, 90 tons 10 guns, 70 men, Capt John Buffington, 29 Apr 1777 and 30 May 1778, this vessel also called the Free American. OC:250fn,251, Letter of Marque schooner, 90 tons, 7 carriage guns, manned by 25 men, in Port Gelot (Bilboa) in Spain in 1777 with 37 crewmen sick on shore with smallpox. Maclay:119, this may be the MA privateer of 12 guns in action 28 May 1778. Eastman:10, owned by Andrew Cabot of Salem.Allen:306, MA privateer brigantine, 12 guns, 60 men, Capt Robert Brookhouse, 13 Oct 1778, owners Josiah Orne and John Buffinton.

True American.
Allen:306, MA privateer brigantine, 6 guns, 13 men, Capt Zachariah Sears, 5 May 1779, owner Stephen Higginson.

True American.
Paine:249, Allen:307, Salem schooner, 6 guns, 50 men, Capt Israel Thorndike, not dated.

True American.
See Perseverance.

True Blooded Yankee.
Boston, MA, LM, no other info.

True Blue.
Mc:145, Force:5:III:1530, ND5:934, ND6:551, ND7:166, 642, British ship, Capt James Stable, Jamaica to Lancaster, 160 tons, captured May 1776 or 4 Jul 1776 by the Cabot,Capt Elisha Hinman, and sent to Newport, RI, 17 Aug 1776. Emmons:40/41 shows capture by the Andrew Doria, Capt Biddle.

True Blue.
ND10:1208, British schooner, Capt Buchanan, 70 tons, Halifax privateer, taken by the Franklin,6 Jul 1779.

True Blue.
ND10:354, British/Tory shallop, Capt Over, captured by naval officer for port of Gloucester, libelled in MA Middle District, 30 Oct 1777.

True Blue.
ND11:722, British tender/schooner, captured American Neptune18 Mar 1778.

True Blue.
McM:56, CT brig, Jan 1776, owned by Nathaniel Shaw, Jr, Capt William Leeds, sent to Cape Nicholas Mole with horses, shingles, and staves, to be exchanged for gunpowder.

True Blue.
ND6:346, ND7:642, ND8:592, Allen:307, MA privateer schooner, 10 guns, 12 swivels, 75 men, Capt William Coles, 30 Aug 1776, owners Jonathan Glover & Comp; Capt John Buffington, 29 Apr 1777, owners George Dodge and others of Salem; Hearn:218, privateer, Capt Glover. Said captured by Cabot11 Apr 1776.

True Blue.
Allen:307, MA privateer sloop, 55 tons, 6 guns, 8 swivels, 40 men, Capt Oliver Allen, 28 Oct 1776, owners Oliver Allen, Edward Hammond and others of Rochester and Wareham. ND8:262, CTP:73, MA privateer sloop, Capt Oliver Allen, in 1777 captured British Felicity,and assisted in capturing the British ship Adelgonda Louissain 1777
The True Bluefiled a libel 22 May 1777.

True Blue.
CTP:233, 234, CT privateer armed boat, Capt Elisha Elderkin of New Haven, took six prizes. C100, his prizes include the British Mary Ann, Five Brothers, Charlotte, Dolphin, Willing Lass.
The vessel was captured Jun 1778 by the British Fourye,and Capt Elderkin was put in the British prison ship Good Hopein New York. He escaped, was captured, and re-escaped. C100. Ford1779:533n, boat.

True Blue.
Allen:307, ND9:106, ND10:966, MA armed vessel, privateer schooner, 6 guns, 65 men, Capt Richard Stiles, 28 Apr 1777, owner Azor Orne and others of Marblehead.

True Blue. Allen:307, Mill:137, Kaminkow:235, MA privateer schooner out of Newbury, 10 guns, 65 men, taken before 27 Jan 1778, Captain Laurence Furlong to Mill Prison, others to Forton Prison.Owners were John Cushing and Samuel White of Boston. ND11:212, 710, MA privateer schooner, Capt Laurence Furlong, captured by British Apollo, Venus,27 Jan 1778, one crewman to Mill Prison.

True Blue.
Capture:86, MA privateer schooner, 22 guns, 45 men, Capt Faunel Jones, captured before 27 Jan 1778, south of George’s Banks by HMS Apollo, Venus. C169.

True Blue.
ND7:643, ND11:463, Cont. Navy ship, Capt James Stable, was provided supplies Aug 1776 by Nathaniel Shaw, Jr, of CT, later captured by Cabot.

True Blue.
NR:478, LCP:260/261, LM PA schooner, 10 guns, 30 men, Capt William Willis/Wills, Oct 1779.

True Blue.
Allen:308, MA privateer schooner, 4 guns, 15 men, Capt Jonathan Mason, Jr, 16 June 1779, owner Nathan Goodale.

True Blue.
McM:453-454, uncommissioned privateer schooner, Capt Agreen Crabtree, was loading lumber at Frenchman’s Bay in June 1782, when it was captured by a Maine privateer schooner, Sally,Capt George Randall, which held it for ransom, which Agreen promised to pay.

True Briton.
Force:5:III:1530, ND7:758, British brigantine, Capt Thomas Babb, Newfoundland to Malaga (market), 100 tons, 1776. R77:110, shows Capt Babb, London to Newfoundland, captured with libel filed 23 Feb 1777.

True Briton.
R77:409, ND6:1332, ND10:789, British LM ship, 20 guns, 74 men, belonging to London, Capt Thomas Venture, 1777.Mc:93, ND11:1174, captured 12 Sep 1777, by frigate Randolph,Capt Nicholas Biddle. ND9:971, ship, Capt G. Marshall, British LM captured by American Randolph,c 4 Sep 1777 or 23 Dec 1777. Along with True Briton,the Randolphalso captured the ship Severn.

True Briton.
R78:40, British vessel, Jamaica to New York, rum and sugar, 1777/78.

True Briton.
SchV:43, British brig, Hon. P. Napier, captured in 1780 by the French, later recaptured by the British.

True Briton.
DaviesXIII:304, 1858, ND8:734n, American privateer, Capt Archibald M’Lean, formerly the George,renamed 25 Apr 1777, at Charleston, Dec 1777.

Truit.
ND8:434, McM:368, R77:110, British snow, Capt William Canning/Lanning, Corke to Croix, prize of NH Portsmouth, Capt Robert Parker, 24 Apr 1777, with six others. C232.

Truite.
Lawrence:50, 79, 81, 157, 170, 180,French flute,26 guns, in action at Savannah on Black River, 28 Sep 1779, and later in Nov with sick and wounded
ND9:542, French navy gabare/flute, 26 guns, Capt La Motte-Groult in 1777. Smith:247, Coggins:103, SchV:56, Paullin:433, ship of the SC Navy, bought from France, 1779, lost at Charleston.

True Love.
McM:204, British ship, prize of MA, 1777. R77:110, shows capture in 1777 of vessel, Grenada to London. ND7:758, ND11:612, shows a British Treasury storeship, Capt John Reid/Read, which captured American Catherineand condemned her 11 Apr 1777.

True Love.
ND7:1080, 1257, ND8:262, ND9:569, shows a sloop, Capt Charles Moulton. CTP:45, 207, British British Treasury schooner, 50 tons, Capt Charles Moulton, captured 11 May 1778 by CT schooner Retaliation,Capt Asa Fuller
C116.

Trulove.
Allen:308, MA privateer from Boston, 10 guns, captured 29 May 1777 and taken into the Grenades.

True Patriot.
ND1:1389, ??? ship, Capt Thomas Aselby, probably American, active 17 May 1775, James River to Bristol, with tobacco, staves, and boards.

Truile.
Syrett(1989):138, British vessel in North American waters.

Trumbull.
Appeals:xxxxv, 162:9:80, vs Havens, the claimant. The armed boat, Trumbull,Capt Jabez Stone, Jr, took part in a raid on 4 & 5 Mar 1781 on Long Island, along with the armed boats Hawke, Chatham.


Trumbull, 8/10 guns, 16 swivels
Smith:29-30, ND6:1380, ND7:1295, ND10:146, CTN:152, CTP:213, Emmons:4, Smithsonian4651, Cont. galley, CT Navy Capts Seth Warner and Edward Wigglesworth, in Lake Champlain fleet of Aug 1776, apparently captured 25 Nov 1776. It probably became the HM galley Trumbull.
GWA:703, C326. ND9:174, 115, 50, Cont. Army row galley at Ticonderoga, Capt Elijah Toleman, captured, 1777, renamed HM Trumbull. Fowler:206, 209. Silverstone:16, 10 guns, 80 men, 123 tons. Chapelle:106, 112. Coggins:205.

Trumbull/Governor Trumbull.
ND8:482, Griffin:149, shown as a ship in 1776 commanded by Capt James Nicholson, Cont. Capt Dudley Saltonstall, crew list of Apr 1777. FW3:836, SchV:53, 20 guns, 75 men, captured in 1777 by the British Venus, Capt Ferguson
The Trumbullwas taken into British naval service and renamed the Tobago.

Trumbull.
NR:478, CTP:234, LCP:260/261, ND10:829, ND11:356, 423, 790, NLHS:I:IV:31, LM CT sloop, 10 guns, 50 men, Capt Henry Billings, Mar 1777 (Record 669), took two prizes but lost one to its prisoners. Capture:9, American privateer sloop, 12 carriage guns, 76 men, operating under Henry Billings off the coast of New England, July 1777. It was said to have been renamed Ranger and operated in Martinique 24 Feb 1778. Volo:211.

Trumbull.
ND11:264, 789, CT privateer brigantine, sent supplies to re-fit vessel in River 2 Feb1778.

Trumbull.
CTP:238, CT armed boat, captured a British sloop, Capt Elijah Ely, in May 1780, but was itself taken later and carried into a Long Island port. C263, CT Capt Peter Rogers, May 1780.

Trumbull, 28 guns, 1777-1781. GWA:701, ND3:90, 195, 917, ND4:768, ND5:497, ND6:1426, ND7:1103, ND8:482, ND9:892, ND10:23, 310, ND11:602, Smith:250, Continental Navy frigate with 28 guns, Capt Dudley Saltonstall, which went to sea in 1780 and fought a hard engagement with a British letter of marque. Maclay:206, Buel:95, R81II:159, CTRec:598, Capt James Nicholson in 1780, last frigate to be lost to two British ships, the Irisand General Monk , 8 August 1781. John Fanning and crew members were prisoners on Long Island, Oct 1781. C:221. Ford1776:423, Ford1780:603, Ford1781:607. JA7:281, 9:511, 10:25. R81II:260, RM1:148. CTN:204. CTP:163, 193, 265. Volo:90, 111, 112, 132. Fowler:85, others, Capt James Micaelson. Silverstone:3, 28 guns, 199 men, 700 tons, captured 29 Aug 1783 (this date must be in error.) Paullin:517, served 1777-1781. Paullin:518. Chapelle:74. Coggins:203.

Tryall.
ND1:1388, ??? brig, Capt Henry Higginson, probably British, active 30 Mar 1775, James River to Falmouth with tobacco and flour.

Tryal.
NR:71, prize. ND1:1277, ND2:21, 356, 373, schooner, chased ashore 22 Aug 1775. ND7:595, one schooner was purchased by the MA Board of War, 25 Dec 1776. DaviesXII:111, 245, HM schooner, possibly this one.

Tryall.
Sheppard:116, Emmons:46/47, British privateer schooner, 10 guns, out from New York, Capt James Waring, captured by the Deaneand the Boston,May 1779
Volo:187, 14 guns.

Tryal.
ND7:1183, 1271, ND8:63, ND11:129, Antiguan Privateer schooner, Capt Jardin, captured the likely French Trois Avanturés23 Feb 1777, without permission. Also captured transport 8 Mar 1777.

Tryall.
CTP:146, Tory schooner, Capt Adam Darling, 35 tons, captured 12 Dec 1777, by CT sloop Lucy,Capt Thomas Sellew of Wethersfield. C275


Tryall.
CC:M247, apparently a British vessel captured by Capt John Paul Jones in 1778 in European waters JA7:229, perhaps the British schooner mentioned.

Tryal.
Rider:157, FordXI:549, British vessel captured during the second raid on New Providence, Jan 1778, then lost and recaptured and taken into New Bern, NC. Appeal made to revise judgement, May 1778.

Tryal.
ND2:396, ND1:1207, 1229, schooner, Capt James Warden, cleared Philadelphia Jul 1775 but was captured 22 Aug 1775 by HM sloop Nautilus,Capt John Collins, and was condemned and sold in Boston by Sep 1775.

Tryal.
ND3:681, sloop arrived at Chester, PA, Jan 1776 with 1000 pounds of gunpowder. ND5:648, American sloop, Capt Edward Springer, 26 Apr 1776 permitted to go down Delaware River and Bay. Ford1776:108, Ford1780:1145.

Tryal.
ND3:1334, RI sloop, 25 tons, Capt Jonathan Sheldon, owner John Cooke, bonded 17 Feb 1776 for trip to CT.

Tryall.
ND9:340, American snow, captured by British Glasgow,25/26 Jul 1777.

Tryall.
Capture:86, R77:234, ND8:1058, ND9:340,ND11:454, sloop, master Joseph Bass, from Philadelphia, captured probably 7 April 1777 but before libel 13 Oct 1777 by the British HMS Orpheus, or Glasgowor Amazon. Mc:369, probably the sloop recaptured at Nassau, Jan 1778.

Tryal.
R77:235, ND8:992, 1060, American vessel, Capt H. Archer, captured by British Diamond, Unicorn,13 May 1777.

Trial.
R77:110, ND8:850, ND9:254, 665, British ship, Capt Brown, captured by American Massachusetts,and Tyrannicide,15 May 1777. Ford1778:549.

Trial.
NR:65, 66, 71.

Tryall.
ND10:32, American schooner captured by Snail,3 Oct 1777.

Tryal.
ND11:451, schooner from Salem with fish & lumber, captured by British Southampton,Capt Will Garnier, Jan/Feb 1777.

Tryal.
ND11:453, American schooner, Capt Smith from Boston with fish and lumber, captured by British Badger,Capt Michael J. Everitt, 12 Feb 1778.

Tryall.
Salley:57 , 67, and many other pages, SCNavy:24, ND11:104, 489, an SC pilot boat, Capt William Farrow, 2 Mar 1778.

Tryal.
ND11:336, 538, 337, American sloop, NC ship captains, captured by British Gayton,recaptured by sloop Providence,1778, and taken into New Bern.

Tryal.
Howe:435, privateer schooner in operation in 1778 under Capt Samuel West of Salem.

Tryall.
FordXVIII:1145, sloop, Capt John Burrows, Philadelphia to St Eustatia, captured Jun/Jul 1779 by British; but he had thrown overboard all important papers probably including bills of exchange from Blair McClenachan or Joseph Erwin to Aull & Morgan of St Eustatia.

Tryall.
Allen:308, one or more MA privateer schooners, 8 swivels, 20 men, Capt William Munday, 7 Sep 1778, owners Amos Mansfield and others; probably Capt Thomas Saunders of Cape Ann, 30 Mar 1779, owners Thomas Saunders and others of Cape Ann; Capt John Marsh in Jun 1779.

Tryall.
NR:478, LCP:260/261, LM PA schooner, 6 guns 15 men, Capt Jonathan Buffinton, Sep 1779; Capt John Baxter, Jul 1780.

Trial.
JA10:172, brigantine, probably American, c 1780.

Tryall.
M880:3, sloop in Yorktown support, Oct 1781, sailing master Thomas Alford.

Tryall.
Allen:309, NR:479, LCP:260/261, Rand:834, one or more MA/ME LM privateer schooners, 30 tons, 4 swivels, 10 men, Capt John Andrews of Cape Ann, 7 Feb 1782, owners probably included Nathaniel Bennet ; Thomas Osier/Oster of Kennebec, 13 Apr 1782 (Record 568), owners Ebenezer Parsons and others of Boston; Samuel Rogers of Boston, 20 Aug 1782 with 6 guns, 20 men (Record 71).

Tryall.
Capture:86, sloop captured before libel of 24 June 1782 by HMS Albany.

Trial.
Malo:971, smuggler, filibuster boat armed at Calais, France, 1782.

Tryal.
Howe:435, mate cartel schooner operating in 1782 under Capt Benj. Woodberry of Beverly.

Tryphena/Trythena.
Fisher:825, ND4:17, sloop which moved cordwood in Maine in 1775, and on which several mariners from ME served, captured by British Lively,12 Sep 1775.

Tryon.
CTP:255, British vessel taken by Fairfield County privateers. CTP:190, British sloop, Tryon, captured Oct 1780, by CT boats Rattlesnake, Viper, Saratoga,and libeled in Fairfield.

Tryon.
CTP:146, Tory sloop, 40 tons, Capt Isaac Robinson, captured in Connecticut River, 15 Jun 1779, by CT sloop Lucyand others.

Tryon.
ND5:381, American sloop, Capt Barent Van Alen, delivering materials to General Philip Schuyler, 5 June 1776.

Tryon.
Force:5:III:1526, American vessel, captured in 1776 by British Milford.

Trythene.
ND4:17, sloop, probably British, active mid 1776.

Tryton.
ND6:804, 956, British brigantine, Capt Thomas Martindale, captured by American Montgomery,fall 1776.

Tryton.
ND1:1371, 1379, 1384, ND3:1368, probably American schooner, 30 tons, 4 men, Capt James Forbes, entered Baltimore from St Croix 24 Apr 1775, and from Turks Island, 10 Aug 1775. He made non-British declaration.

Tucker.
NR:479, LCP:260/261, LM MD schooner, 10 guns, 21 men, Capt Thomas Steel, Aug 1780.

Tucite.
R76II:267, 344, British vessel from St Croix to Ireland, captured by Americans in 1776 but released. DaviesX:2103, this may be the Tucite,Capt W. Laning, taken by Americans 28 Jul 1776, but brought to Ireland by the prize master.

Turnbull.
SchV:55, American, 32 guns, 200 men, captured 1781 by the British Iris.

Turgot.
Morison:182, an East Indiaman considered by John Paul Jones, but which was taken by someone else to become a war vessel. Rice:I:118n, either this or another vessel with the same name was a transport with de Ternay and Rochambeau in 1780.

Turn of the Times.
VANavy:171, privateer schooner, 4 guns, 25 men, Capt William Read, 1782. NR:479, LCP:260/261, NLHS:I:IV:31, show this to be a CT schooner. McM:102, CTP:238, 249, CT privateer sloop, 4 guns, 25 men, Capt William Reed of Norwich, Apr 1782 (Record 825), captured two whaleboats in illicit trade. C71, the Turn of Timesunder Capt John Cookwas later captured by the British and sent into Bermuda.

Turtle.
ND1:1088-89, ND2:953-56, ND6:709, 736, 1185, 1499, 1511, Bushnell’s Submarine, to be used against British ships in the New York Harbor Nov 1775 and 1776. Volo:197. Silverstone:14, one torpedo, lost 9 Oct 1776. Coggins:61.

Turtle.
R77:233, ND8:1056, American ship, Capt Nathaniel Robinson, from East Creek, captured by British Roebuck20 April, 1777.

Tuscany.
NavChronIV:410, French flute/transport with Suffrien off Pondicherry in Feb 1782. R83I:188, this may be the French navy hospital ship taken by the British at Madras in 1782.

Tweed.
ND6:452, ND7:261, ship, British, Capt Charles Watson, ship condemned as of 21 Jan 1776, reason not given. DaviesXVII:243.

Tweeden.
Appeals Cases, R14, Darby vs brig Ersterne,Dutch vessel, Capt Redetsen, c 1781.

Twee Gebroeders (Two Brothers).
ND7:692, 702, 883, ND8:609, Dutch ship/brig, Capt Hendrick Ter Horst/Henry van de Horst, active early 1777, captured by British General Conway.

Twin Sisters.
Mill:212, Kaminkow:235, Allen:309, NR:479, LCP:260/261, LM MAprivateer ship, 16 guns, 25 men, Capt Samuel Avery of Boston, 19 Apr 1781 (Record 449), taken 11 June 1781 and crew sent to Mill Prison, Jan 1782. C140, one or more crew members were committed to a Security Prison at Chatham, England, 18 Dec 1781.

Two Betseys.
Capture:86-87, R77:110, ND8:863, ND9:20, ND11:184-185, British brig, Capt Mathew Batson/Boosen, captured 23 Apr 1777, by privateer Freedom,sent to Boston, but recaptured 5 June 1777 by British Mermaid.

Two Brothers.
Appeals:xxxxv, 162:2:18, vs Joseph Stanton and Samuel Champlin. Possibly U:14, admiralty case of snow Two Brothers.

Two Brothers.
ND2:173, 206, British brig, Capt Peter Brewster, London to Philadelphia, 19 Sep 1775.

Two Brothers.
ND2:882, 914, British transport, Capt Robinson, delivered goods to Boston, 4 Nov 1775.

Two Brothers.
C109, British schooner, captured 1776 by MA brigantine Tyrannicide,Capt John Fiske.

Two Brothers.
ND7:833, ND8:147, British schooner, Capt Robert Burton, captured by American Wasp, 1 Jan 1777, but said to be at Egg Harbor 29 Mar 1777..

Two Brothers.
ND7:643, British sloop, Capt Abraham Copeland, captured by Andrew Doria,1777.

Two Brothers.
McM:22, British schooner, prize of CT at RI, Jan 1777.

Two Brothers.
ND9:345, British schooner, captured by American Valentine,recaptured by British Perseus,28 Jul 1777.

Two Brothers.
ND10:1067, R78:40, British vessel, Capt Elson, Newfoundland to Oporto, captured by Revenge,11 Nov 1777. Mc:104, Neeser:152, British ship captured Aug 1777 by the Revengeof Dunkirk, Capt Conyngham, and sent to Corunna, Spain.

Two Brothers.
CTP:209, M:25, British sloop, 40 tons, Capt Fitch Rogers, 6 guns, captured in Sep/Oct 1779 by the CT sloop Revenge.

Two Brothers.
ND7:606, 1198, ND8:254, ND10:115, R77:110, McM:57-58, British schooner, Capt John Salter, Corke to West Indies, captured by American Revenue,Capt Samuel Champlin, 27 Dec 1776 or 3 Jan 1777, or 3 Mar 1777, and libeled in South Kingston, RI, in Apr 1777 or 11 Oct 1777.

Two Brothers.
ND10:1207, British brig, Capt Glassen, 100 tons, Halifax to Newfoundland, captured by the Cumberland,12 Aug 1778.

Two Brothers.
DaviesXVI:140, British vessel, Capt William Laning, either Capt or prizemaster, captured 16 May 1779 by privateer General Mifflin

Two Brothers.
McM:438, DaviesXVI: document #782, British collier, prize ransom of the Black Princeof Dunkirk, France, 1779.

Two Brothers.
Mc:526, British small sloop, captured Oct 1780 by the Saratoga,Capt John Young.

Two Brothers.
Sands:215-216, British ship-rigged troop transport, 359 tons, 6 guns, Capt Magnus Mariners, owner Francis Hall, reported sunk but one of the ships sent to Europe with English sailors who were to be exchanged. After arrival at Plymouth, she was sent to France with exchanged French prisoners. She went aground and was lost.

Two Brothers.
Appeals Cases, Staunton vs Two Brothers,pending in appeal, 1780.

Two Brothers.
ND3:1367, probably American sloop, Capt Henry Woolf, entered Baltimore and made non-British declaration, 17 April 1775.

Two Brothers.
ND2:1373, American schooner, Capt Benjamin Bowden, with salt and fish, Barrington, N. S. from Beverly, captured by British Merlin,near Beverly, July 1775, condemned and sold, 1775. ND2:412, schooner, later the Lee,1775.

Two Brothers.
ND2:394, probably American schooner, Capt William Trippe, paid fees at Oxford, MD, 5 April 1775.

Two Brothers.
ND2:75, 1376, American ship, Capt Elias Warner, lumber for the British West Indies, captured by British Lively, Sep 1775.

Two Brothers.
ND3:1121, ND4:1376, ND11:124, Philadelphia ship, Capt James Johnson, captured in Windward Islands, 2 Feb 1776 by British Experiment,Capt Robert Keeler, condemned at Antigua, 12 Mar 1776


Two Brothers.
ND4:1376, ND3:1121, ND 11:124, sloop from New London, Capt Jared Starr, captured in Windward Islands, 1 May 1776 by British Viper,Capt Samuel Greaves, condemned at Antigua, 12 Mar 1776. ND7:628, a sloop of this name had crew members exchanged in Dec 1776.

Two Brothers.
ND4:1376, ND11:128, American schooner from VA, Capt Smith Milliner, seized in Windward Islands by searcher Bertie Entwisle, condemned at Antigua 15 Mar 1776.

Two Brothers.
ND4:1481, schooner, Capt Philip Paine, RI to NY, 7 May 1776.

Two Brothers.
ND4:1483, sloop, Capt Joseph Kinnicutt, RI to Surinam, 27 May 1776. ND5:372, American sloop sails for West Indies 4 Jun 1776.

Two Brothers.
Force:5:III:1526, ND5:1024, 1070, American schooner, master J. Bowden, from Piscataqua, fishing, captured in 1776 by British Viper.

Two Brothers.
ND6:292, schooner, Capt Benjamin Chew, captured 24 Aug 1776 by British Galatea.

Two Brothers.
ND6:1171, schooner, Capt J. Watkins, captured 15 Sep 1776 by British Racehorse.

Two Brothers.
ND6:852, ND11:125, sloop, Capt Sanford/Sangford Thompson, captured 10 Sep 1776 by British Pomona,Capt Thomas Eastwood, and condemned at Antigua, 27 June 1776


Two Brothers.
ND6:1465, 1466, American schooner, Capt James Gilbert, captured by British Daphne,29 Oct 1776. Force:5:III:1523, ND7:317, 318, 628, American schooner, master James Gilbert, Philadelphia to St Eustatia, captured in 1776 by the Orpheus, Daphne,some crewmen exchanged 30 Dec 1776.

Two Brothers.
ND6:797, MD schooner, Capt Job Greene, given permit to trade in Martinique and other authorized places, 12 Sep 1776.

Two Brothers.
ND11:125, American brig, Capt Holden Mason, captured by British Hawke,Capt Robert Palliser Cowper, condemned at Antigua 4 Jul 1776.

Two Brothers.
ND7:883, American brig Capt Henry Van der Horst, captured by General Conway,8 Jan 1777.

Two Brothers.
LCAR:Item #1271, bill of lading for seized ship Two Brothersheld by Dutch at St. Eustatius. No other identification was found.

Two Brothers.
ND8:84, MA schooner, provided food by John Glover, Mar 1777. Ford1777:351.

Two Brothers.
ND8:147, schooner in Little Egg Harbor, Capt Robert Burton, sold in Mar 1777.

Two Brothers.
American schooner, captured July 1777 by British Perseus, Brune, Galatea.

Two Brothers.
ND10:590, NR:479, CTP:237, LCP:260/261, ND11:213, NLHS:I:IV:31, LM CT sloop, 8 guns, 60 men, Capt Thomas Chester, Jr, 18 Jul 1776 (Record 782), took articles from British ships foundered in RI. C57, two such ships were awarded to him as prizes in 1778.

Two Brothers.
Capture:87, ND9:4, 20, ND11:184-185, American sloop, master George Maxwell from Boston Casco Bay, , captured 2 June 1777 in Massachusetts Bay by British Ambuscade.

Two Brothers.
Capture:87, sloop from Boston captured in Aug 1777 on the coast of New England. ND11:184-185, this may be the sloop captured by British Rainbow,Sep 1777, and sent to Halifax.

Two Brothers.
ND11:129, American sloop, Capt Thomas Clements, captured by British Laurel, Greyhound, Capts James Robinson and Joseph Berry, condemned at Antigua 2 June 1777.

Two Brothers.
ND11:187, CT brig, Capt John Kelso, arrived at New York, 21 Jan 1778.

Two Brothers.
ND11:266, American schooner, Capt Isaac Elwell, Newbury to Trinidad, captured by British Tom,Capt Lee, Dec 1777 and probably tried 29 Jan 1778.

Two Brothers.
Maclay:135, MA schooner with one gun, captured a privateer in 1779. Howard:4, this may be the prewar schooner in West Indies trade commanded by Capt Seth Harding.

Two Brothers.
Allen:309, Paine:459, LCP:260/261, one or more MA privateer ships, 10 guns, 25 men, Capt John Rust, 17 Dec 1779, owner Henry Rust.

Two Brothers.
NR:479, LCP:260/261, Allen:309, LM MA ship, 8 guns, 30 men, Capt Daniel Sanders, 30 Oct 1780 Record 300).

Two Brothers.
Capture:87, master Philip Ashton, Marblehead to Kennebec River, captured 8 Feb 1781 by British armed schooner Arbuthnot,tender to HMS Allegiance,and carried into Penobscot..

Two Brothers.
NR:480, LCP:260/261, Allen:309, LM MA ship, 25 men, Capt William Gray, 14 Mar 1781 (Record 429).

Two Brothers.
Kaminkow:235, American vessel, Capt William MacBride, captured Jan 1782 by British Duke of Portland, Barbary.

Two Brothers.
Robertson(1959):114, Toth:177, American vessel, 35 tons, captured by the British and taken to Jamaica, sold for only 75 pounds, but its cargo of 351 bags of coffee sold for 1007 pounds.

Two Brothers.
VANavy:171, privateer brig with 14 guns, 75 men, Capt Thomas Osborne?, 1783.

Two Brothers.
MA LM schooner, captured Canadian merchantmen.

Two Esthers.
NR:480, LCP:262/263, LM PA ship, 10 guns, 35 men, Capt James Byrne, Dec 1781.

Two Friends.
Appeals:xxxxv, 162:8:72, the sloop vs Young.

Two Friends.
McMA:38, British/Tory sloop, captured by MA Margarettaand Diligent.

Two Friends.
ND5:508, 1124, ND10:1205, sloop, Tortola to Halifax, 95 tons, Capt Peter Rose, captured by Machias Liberty,2 Aug 1776.

Two Friends.
ND6:231, 347, 817, British/Tory sloop, Capt William Hazen, probably taken by Capt Wingate Newman in the PA privateer brig, Hancock,Aug 1776. The men were tried and acquitted 14 Sep 1776.

Two Friends.
Mc:79, 83, ND5:624, ND7:642, ND10:1205, British sloop, Capt Abraham Copeland, Tortola to Liverpool, N. S, captured 11 Apr 1776 or 21 May 1776 by the Andrew Doria,Capt Nicholas Biddle, and sent to Providence, RI, where it was sold at public auction 27 June 1776.

Two Friends.
R77:409, ND10:1206, British schooner, Capt Birch, 65 tons, Halifax to Louisburg, captured by the Spy,16 Sep 1777.

Two Friends.
ND10:548, brigantine, Capt Henderson, captured by Vulture,20 Nov 1777.

Two Friends.
ND11:154, 287, St Vincent provision sloop, captured 1 Jan 1778 by American privateer with 14 guns, but prizemaster abscounded with it, repurchased later.

Two Friends.
R78:40, British vessel, Capt Mansfield, New York to the West Indies, 1777/78.

Two Friends.
ND10:1207, British schooner, Capt Atwood, 10 tons, at Nova Scotia, by the Viper,12 Aug 1778.

Two Friends.
Mc:110, Neeser:152, British sloop, captured Nov 1778 by the Revengeof Dunkirk, Capt Conyngham, but it was retaken by the British.

Two Friends.
McM:312, British brig, PA prize which ran aground in 1779.

Two Friends.
Capture:88, British schooner, captured by privateer Neptune, then recaptured by the British HMS Chatham10 Oct 1781 in Boston Bay.

Two Friends.
ND10:1210, British sloop, Capt Thrasher, Passamaquoddy to Barbados, taken by John Kendrick, trial 18 Feb 1783.

Two Friends.
Augur:69, powder runner, Capt Dorin.

Two Friends.
ND5:372, sloop, probably American, active mid 1776.

Two Friends.
ND5:882, brigantine, 3 years old, to be sold with cargo of 1000 barrels of flour, at Philadelphia, 2 Jul 1776, reason not stated.

Two Friends.
ND6:595, said to be an American victualer, no other info.

Two Friends.
Force:5:III:1525, ND7:578, 859, American brig, master James Vickery, Capt François to Philadelphia with powder and arms, captured or processed 4 Jan 1777 by British Roebuckand Camilla.
ND7:628, some crewman were exchanged in Dec 1776.


Two Friends.
ND4:79, R77:409, American brig, Capt Douglas McGregor, Cadiz to New York, 1777.ND5:212, American brig, Capt Douglas Magregor, owner Robert Campbell, captured 25 Feb 1776 at Cape Fear by British Falcon.
ND10:675, 949, brig, Capt M’Gregor, captured by Gloucester,28 Oct 1777. (It certainly appears there were two different brigs.)

Two Friends.
ND7:1178, ND8:1053, American ship, Capt Thomas Cartwright, from Boston, captured by British Emerald, 12 Feb 1777.

Two Friends.
FordXI:493, American ship chartered by Committee of Commerce, apparent owner Archibald Mercer, captured by British, Mercer to be reimbursed. Ford1778:493.

Two Friends.
NR:480, LCP:262/263, LM PA sloop, 2 guns, 12 men, Capt Hugh Smith, Aug 1780.

Two Friends.
Appeals Case 72, a Nantucket sloop which was captured and taken to Jamaica. There it was refitted as a British vessel and renamed Two Brothers,Capt Joseph Deane, and sailed to New York. It was captured by the ship Saratoga,Capt John Young, and sent into Philadelphia.

Two Friends.
NR:480, LCP:262/263, LM PA brigantine, 10 guns, 25 men, Capt Robert Conn, Oct 1781. C189, another Capt was Nicholas Low of PA.

Two Friends.
R82I:237, American vessel, captured in 1781 by British Chatham.

Two Friends.
R82II:273, American cutter captured 12 May 1782 by British Centurion.

Two Friends.
Howe:419, schooner of 60 tons in 1782 owned by Andrew Cabot.

Two Helenas.
RM5:325, tobacco trader used by Beaumarchais, Jul 1781.

Two Mates.
ND10:416, 497, 498, British schooner, Capt Samuel Layton, which went aground in RI at Point Judith and captured by Kings County, RI militia, 6 Nov 1777.

Two Neabors.
M880:4, schooner, Capt Barret Roe, moving supplies for Yorktown, Oct 1781.

Two Peggys.
DaviesX:2247, XIII:166, 980, Irish vessel of Dublin, Capt Robert Murphy, supplying American privateers at Nantes, Sep 1777.

Two Pollys.
M:160, Hearn:211, ND8:418, ND9:214, 254, in 1777 MA prisoner exchange cartel sloop, Capt John Ayres and Capt John Glover, 4 Jul 1777.

Two Rachels.
NR:480, LCP:262/263, LM PA brigantine, 8 guns, 20 men, Capt Joseph Buisson, Mar 1782 (Record 934.)

Two Sallys.
NR:480, LM MD schooner, 4 guns, 7 men, Capt Custis Kellum/Kellon Jun 1778. LCP:262/263 also shows Capt Thomas Shiles in Jun 1778.

Two Sisters.
ND1:893, probably British vessel, Capt Maxwell, London to James River, VA, with news of London activity, 11 Jul 1775.

Two Sisters.
ND2:1084, British schooner, Capt Robert Robbins, vessel chased into Beverly by Capt Manley, where it was captured by 15 local inhabitants in a small boat, 8 Nov 1775. Force:5:III:1530, Hearn:89-91, ND2:944, 965, 998, 1031, 1084, ND4:1175, British schooner, Capt Robert Robins, Corke to Boston, 70 tons, captured Apr 1776 by Capt Manley in the Lee. GWNavy:229, Mc:283, British schooner of 80 tons, Capt Robbins, captured 8 Nov 1775 by the Lee,Capt John Manley
(one date is probably capture and the other libelling.) ND3:968, ??? schooner, claimed by Manley as a captured vessel 25 Jan 1776. Ford1775:360n. Nelson:182.

Two Sisters.
ND8:593, British ship, Capt Smith, part of convoy, 17 Feb 1777.

Two Sisters.
R78:40, British vessel, N ewfoundland to Oporto, 1777/78. ND10:1073, possibly the vessel captured by Boston Hero,8 Dec 1777.

Two Sisters.
ND9:207, British brigantine, Capt William Waterman, captured 28 Jul 1777 by American McClary.


Two Sisters.
R78:40, British vessel, Capt Marshall, Quebec to Jamaica, 1777/78.

Two Sisters.
McM:438, British sloop, prize of the Black Prince in 1779. It was taken in tow, loaded with captive passengers, ransomed, and released.

Two Sisters.
ND10:1073, Newfoundlandman, captured in 1777 by American Boston Hero.

Two Sisters.
McM:178, MA sloop, 1775.

Two Sisters.
ND2:352, sloop, sailed to West Indies Oct 1775 to get gunpowder, reached Martinico and took on a French captain as required, and this French captain drove off the boarding party from the British Argo.

Two Sisters.
ND3:1369, ND4:1168, sloop, 4 men, 65 tons, Capt Joseph Oakum/Oakman, made at least one trip 20 Feb 1776 to West Indies to get gunpowder for MD. He had entered Baltimore from Antigua 24 Jul 1775.

Two Sisters.
ND4:905, snow, probably Danish, at anchor in Cowers Road 13 Feb 1776.

Two Sisters.
R77:231, ND8:148, 1054, American schooner, Capt Renic/Renie Davis, from Cape Ann, captured by British Emerald, 19 Mar 1777.

Two Sisters.
R77:235, American vessel from the West Indies captured by British, 1777.

Two Sisters.
ND7:1085, ND8:82-83, American schooner, Capt Nathaniel Pendleton, captured by British Hind,1 Feb 1777.

Two Sisters.
ND8:73, 163, 1062, Capture:88, schooner, master ??? Leach, Cape François to New England, captured 9 Mar 1777 between Cape Negro and Cape Sable by HMS Milford.

Two Sisters.
NR:481, LCP:262/263, LM MD schooner 4 guns, 8 men, Capt William Thompson, Mar 1780, and Capt William Jones, May 1780.

Two Sisters.
Mill:141, Kaminkow:235, schooner taken 2 Mar 1781 at St Eustatia, crew sent to Mill Prison24 Apr 1781. CTP:267, C296, CT schooner privateer, captured at St Eustatia, two CT mariners were sent to Old Mill Prison, including Capt John Stevens, Mar 1781.

Tybalt.
Allen:309, NR:481, LCP:262/263, one or two MA LM privateer brigantine/brigs, 8 guns 20 men, Capt Philip Howland of Dartmouth, 30 Jan 1782 (Record 536), owners Isaiah Doane and others of Boston.

Tybalt.
Allen:309, MA LM privateer brigantine, Capt Elias Davis, with 10 guns, 70 men, 120 tons, 28 Mar 1783, believed to be the last petition for commission granted during the Revolution.. C84.

Tyne.
ND6:543, packet, Capt Groves, probably British or Tory, vessel’s men tried and acquitted 14 Sep 1776.

Tyrannicide.
Maclay:139, 140, 141, Smith:206, SchV:56, ND4:177, 1162, ND5:1196, ND6:1297, ND7:1198, ND8:850, ND9:885, 896, ND10:779, ND11:528, Allen:310, MA privateer sloop/brigantine, from Salem, 170 tons, 14/16 guns, 90 men, Capt John Fisk/Fiske, May 1776, hired as a sloop of the MA Navy, Capt Jonathan Haraden in 1777, destroyed in the Penobscot Expedition, 14 Aug 1779, under Capt John Cathcart. C109, 138, Capt John Fiske captured the British Despatch, Glasgow, St. John, Two Brothers.
Capt Jonathan Haraden took the British Revengeand the Alexanderwhile he was Captain, 1777-78. MAS lists crewmen. DaviesXIV:73. Fowler:113. Silverstone:19. Paullin325, built at Salisbury Jul 1776. Coggins:104.

Tyron.
C169, 275, British sloop captured in Sep 1780 by Capt Ebenezer Jones, who commanded the CT armed boats Greenwich, Spitfire,operating in Long Island Sound.

AmUnitQRST, 8 Dec 2009.


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