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Estate Confiscation Lists Published by Cooper and McCord

There are several differences between the Royal Gazette's version and that published by Thomas Cooper and David J. McCord (C&M).  Frequently, the difference is only in spelling; however, there are also cases where the names of different people are cited.  Where a name appears on one list but not on the other, a remark in parenthesis (colored green) notes the difference. 

 

CLASS I - Comprehends all British subjects who have property in this country, that is to say, such persons as never have submitted to the American Government (60 names on Royal Gazette list, 63 names on the C&M list).

1.    Heirs of Thomas Adams
2.    Col. Thomas Brown
3.    Thomas Boone
4.    Fisher Brice, Linwood & Co.
5.    John Bailey
6.    John Bremar
7.    Heirs of Fenwicke Bull
8.    Heirs of Sir William Baker
9.    Heirs of John Burn
10.  Heirs of Capt. Balmer
11.  Heirs of Mrs. William Coleton
12.  Collin Campbell
13.  Heirs of Dr. Crocket
14.  Heirs of Robert Dean

15.  Dee, Brailford, Hodge & Sands (not on Gazette List)

16.  Samuel Douglass
17.  Heirs of _____ Eycott
18.  Thomas Fullalove
19.  Dr. Thomas Gibb
20.  Greenwood & Higginson

21.  Thomas Gibbons (not on Gazette list)

22.  Robert Holmes
23.  Heirs of Roger Hatley
24.  Richard Hill
25.  John Hume
26.  John Hammerton
27.  Heirs of George Hunter
28.  Nathaniel Hall
29.  Lt. Governor Irvine
30.  Heirs of Jeremiah Knott
31.  George Kinkaid
32.  Richard Lampton
33.  Rev Charles Lorrimore

34.  Lord Charles Montague
35.  Heirs of Charles Maine
36.  Walter Mansell
37.  John Murray
38.  Heirs of James Michie
39.  Patrick McCay
40.  Heirs of John Nesbit
41.  British Navy Capt. Ord
42.  George Ogilvie
43.  William Ogilvie
44.  Heirs of ____ Osmond
45.  Owners of Lot in Gadsdenís Alley
46.  Major Ralph Philips
47.  Heirs of Rowland Rugely
48.  Capt. Henry Reeves
49.  Heirs of Robert Raper
50.  Proprietors of Robert's Barony
51.  John Savage
52.  John Simpson of Georgia
53.  Peter Symond
54.  Heirs of John Stuart
55.  George Saxby
56.  Proprietors of Thorpís Barony
57.  Peter Taylor
58.  Charles Wright
59.  Jermyn Wright
60.  Sir James Wright
61.  Lt. Wilson, British Army
62.  Robert Wells

63.  Christopher Williman (not on Gazette list)

 

CLASS II - Such of the former inhabitants of this Country, as presented congratulatory addresses to Sir Henry Clinton and Admiral Arbuthnot (38 names on the Royal Gazette list, 41 names on the C&M list).

1.    William Ancrum
2.    Heirs of Capt. Benjamin Baker
3.    William Burt
4.    Thomas Buckle, Sr.
5.    David Bruce
6.    Thomas Buckle, Jr.
7.    Archibald Brown
8.    Robert Beard
9.    Capt. James Cook

10.  Gilbert Chalmers (not on Gazette list)

11.  William Cameron, Cooper
12.  Gideon Dupont, Jr.
13.  Richard Dennis
14.  James Duncan, Blacksmith
15.  Arthur Downes
16.  Thomas Eustace
17.  Thomas Elfe
18.  Christopher Fitzimmons
19.  John Fisher, Cabinet Maker
20.  Walter John Gibbes

21.  Paul Hambleton, Sr.
22.  Joel Holmes
23.  Edward Hare

24. John Hartz (not on Gazette list)

25. Alexander Harvey (not on Gazette list)

26. Edward Legge, Jr. (not on Gazette list)

27.  Aaron Loocock
28.  Alexander Mcbeth
29.  William McKimmy
30.  James McKie
31.  William Nesbett
32.  Heirs of Hopkin Price
33.  Edmund Petrie
34.  William Russell
35.  Jeremiah Savage
36.  David Saylor
37.  William Valentine
38.  John Wells, Jr.
39.  John Wagner
40.  John Ward, Tailor

41.  Thomas Winstantly (not on Gazette list)

 

CLASS III - Those who petitioned to be armed in defence of the British Government, after the conquest of this Province (25  names on both the Royal Gazette list and the C&M list).

1.   Charles Athine
2.   George Cooke
3.   John Davis
4.   William Greenwood
5.   William Glen
6.   John Hopton
7.   Alexander Inglis
8.   Robert Johnston
9.   Zephaniah Kingsley
10.  Robert Lindsay
11.  Andrew McKenzie
12.  Thomas Phepoe
13.  Robert Philip

14.  James Rugge
15.  John Rose
16.  Dr. Hugh Rose
17.  Andrew Reid
18.  John Smyth
19.  John Tunno
20.  Jacob Valk
21.  Alexander Wright
22.  John Wragg
23.  Richard Wayne
24.  Robert Williams
25.  Dr. Robert Wilson

 

CLASS IV - Those who congratulated Earl Cornwallis, on the victory gained at Camden (13  names on both the Royal Gazette list and the C&M list).

1.   James Brisbane
2.   Bazil Cowper
3.   Samuel Carne
4.   Dr. James Cleitherall
5.   Jacob Deveaux
6.   Edward Fenwicke
7.   Dr. Alexander Garden

8.    John Glenn
9.    Patrick Hinde
10.  Charles Johnston
11.  Robert Peroneau
12.  Alexander Rose
13.  John Scott, son of Jonathan

 

CLASS V - Those who have borne commissions, civil or military, under the British Government, since the conquest of this Province (80 names on the Royal Gazette list, 83 names on the C&M list).  It should be noted that biographical sketches of seven of the men on this list are provided at this web site (highlighted in red).

1.    Richard Ash, of Beaufort
2.    John Adamson
3.    Capt. Anderson of Thicketty Creek
4.    Elias Ball (Wambaw)
5.    Elias Ball (Comingtee)
6.    Robert Ballingall
7.    Malcolm Brown
8.    James Bosseaux
9.    John Brockington, Jr.
10.  Robert Blair
11.  Jonathan Belton
12.  Hugh Brown
13.  Elias Buckingham
14.  Joseph Black
15.  Brian Cape

16. John Cunningham of 96 (not on Gazette list)

17.  Robert Cunningham
18.  James Cassels of Georgetown
19.  Gabriel Capers
20.  Patrick Cunningham
21.  James Cary
22.  William Cunningham
23.  Andrew Cunningham of 96
24.  Daniel Clary
25.  Capt. Thomas Commandes

26.  Andrew Deveaux, Jr.

27. George Dawkins (not on Gazette list)
28. William Dorrell (not on Gazette List)
29.  John Downy
30.  Robert English

31.  William Elfe (not on Gazette list)

32.  John Fisher of Orangeburgh
33.  Thomas Fenwicke
34.  Dr. James Fraser
35.  Col. Thomas Fletchall
36.  Matthew Floyd
37.  John Fanning
38.  Elias Foissin
39.  Henry Ferguson
40.  George Fardo, Jr.
41.  Dr. Charles Fyffe
42.  Theodore Gaillard

43.  James Gordon of Georgetown
44.  John Gaillard
45.  Zacharias Gibbs
46.  Robert Gray

47. William Guest of Tyger River (not on Gazette list)

48.  Benjamin Gregory
49.  George Grierson of Waxsaws
50.  Jacob Geiger
51.  Andrew Hibben
52.  Heirs of James Holmes
53.  Col. Richard King
54.  Moses Kirkland
55.  Benjamin Legge
56.  John Linder, Jr.
57.   Dr. James Lynah
58.  Col. Robert McKenzie
59.  William Henry Mills
60.  Heirs of John Mitchell
61.  Capt. William McGillory
62.  Heirs of John Musgrove

63. Patrick Murray Muckle (not on Gazette list)

64.  Christopher Neilie (not on Gazette list)

65.  Harry O'Neal
66.  Charles Ogilvie
67.  Philip Porcher
68.  Heirs of Richard Pendarvais
69.  Daniel Plumber
70.  William Rees
71.  Benjamin Rees
72.  Joseph Rhems
73.  Henry Rugely
74.  Samuel Rowe

75.  Joseph Robinson (not on Gazette list)

76.  James Smyth
77.  Joseph Seabrook, Jr.
78.  William Stevens
79.  David Turner
80.  William Valentine of Camden Dist.
81.  John Wigfall

82Benjamin Wofford (not on Gazette List)

83.  Capt. James Dandridge Yarborough

 

CLASS VI - Obnoxious Persons (11 names on the Royal Gazette list, 13 names on the C&M list).

1.   Andrew Deveaux, Sr.
2.   Edmond Ellis
3.   David Friday
4.   David Guerard
5.   Nathaniel Harrison
6.   George Julin (not on Gazette list)

7.    John Linder, Sr.
8.    Robert Porter Murrell
9.    Dr. Peter Spence
10.  John Willard
11.  Andrew Williamson

12.  John Wilson of Georgetown (not on Gazette list)

13.  Joachim Zubly (not on Gazette List)

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