The Providence

A list of the Comanders and Seamen aboard of the Providence quherof Captain John Bosuall is Comander, taken up be Baillie Robert Faa in Dumbar conform to his commisione be the Commissioners and Lords of Thesaurarie, upon the sixtein day of April 1694.

Levtennent

David Young

Mate

David Balfouer

Gunner

George Rellick

Bossan

David Gray

Carpenter

James Robertsone

Doctor

William Abercrombie

Foirmastmen

James Allexander

Robert Forrestdaill

James Kilgour

Henry Andersone

James Whyt

James gedd

James Kaidzie

Steven Philp

Thomas Playfair

David Wald

John Carnagy

Robert Crystie

David Bennaty

John Kaidzie

James law

James Dick

John Robertsone

James Allexander

James Bruce

William Stocks

Henry Stevensone

Andrew Gourlay

John Bavverage

Patrick Murray

David Drysdaill

John Boswall

Charles Smith

Robert Richie

Francis Hendersone

William Orack

William Ending

John Archbald

David Miller

James Bavard

Henry Lindsay

James Johnston

Andrew Kay

Samuell Halyday

John Forbes

Allexander Aitkin

Boyes

Mathew Dick

William Law

John Archbald

A list of the officers and land soldiers aboard of the Providence.

Levtennant

John Dupont

Serjants

James Dickson

James Bilson

Corporals

William Shot

Patrick Wilsone

Sentinals

William Forbess

Allexander Robertsone

John Dean

James Gary

John Lindsay

James Porteous

James Wright

Andrew Law

George Mackdonald

Peter Wilson

Andrew Witherington

Mathew Whyt

William Bevverly

Alexander Smith, elder

Alexander Smith, younger

Allexander Merston

Robert Hardy

George Roos

Henry Cumming

John Nicoll

William Barty

John Croose

Thomas Davison, drumer

William Avass

John Mill

John Whyt

Ferguss Mackenno

William Grahame

Andrew Davidsone

John Mack Robert

James Scot

John Campbell

David Borthwick

Gilbert Richie

James Prymor

Thomas Barcla

George Buchannan

John Glenny

Robert Reed

James Pyper

John Humphy

Allexander Strachan

John Baity

John Floyde

George Robinsone

William Mackfarlane

John Murray

Grant, James, ed., The Old Scots Navy from 1689 to 1710 (London: Navy Records Society, 1914), pp. 184-186.

 

 

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