The Royall Mary

List of the crew of his Majesty’s Ship the Royall Mary. 2 August 1699

John Boswall, captain
James Broun, livetennent
David Tod, master
Robert Allan, gunner
Robert Scott, bosuan
James Wilsom, carpenter
Alexander Douglas, chyrurgeon
George Blyth, amt
James Gedd, mat
John Wilson, midshipman
John Fergusone, midshipman
James Alexander, midshipman
John Lamond, midshipman
John Cook, quartermaster
John Small, quartermaster
Robert Hutsone, quartermaster
Hendry Andersone, quartermaster
Mathow Mitchellsone, coxwaine
Archbald Pringle, steuart and clark
John Carnegie, cook
James Clark, coupar
James Whyt, gunner’s mat
James Law, Boasswain mat
John Cathcart, chirurgeons meat
Androw Gourly, able seaman
Thomas Moyes, able
John Syme, able seaman
Archbald Angus, able
David Gaie, able
David Wilsone
David Broun, able seaman
David Bennity, elder, able seaman
George Broun, able
Andrew Key
Walter Chrihchton, able seaman
John Millar, able
William Forfar, able
Androw Geddie, able
Alexander Carfrae, able

James Key, able
George Boig, able
Michall Seaton
John Graham
James Chrysty
James Thomsone
James Watson
William Ending
George Haigie
Archbald McQueen
John Mellvill
William Greg
John Kelloch
John Lethum
William Mitchellson
Alexander Aitken
James Anderson
Robert Sybald
George Bartie
James Smart, elder
David Henderson
John Smart, younger
George Balvaird
James Balvaird
John Belfrage
John Wilson, younger
George Small
John Peadge
George Daes, able seaman
James Elder, able
David Bennitie, younger
Alexander Wyley
David Webster
James Coupar
William Law
Henry Tod
James Black
John Barcklay
Thomas Melcill

William Lindores
George Keith
William Broun
Adam Blackader
Archbald Gray, ordinary
John Stocks, ordinary
Hugh Frazer, ordinary
Thomas Wilsone, ordinary
William Lamb, ordinary
Alexander Tarbat, ordinary
James Bennet, ordinary
John Couper, ordinary
Androw Reid, ordinary
Patrick Walker
John Donaldsone, able seaman
James Rodger, able
Ninian Rodger, carpenters meat
Michall Schaw, able
John Kard, able
Joseph Reid, able
John Hamson, able
Archbald Kellso, able
James Ellies, able
James Cook, ordinary
James Suan, able
John Watt, armourer
Alexander Anderson, ordinary
Alexander Blair, able, 3 months midshipman
William Wilson, able
Ralph Broun, able seaman
John Orrock, able
Thomas Broun, able
Patrick Robertson
John Gray
Thomas Boyd, ordinary
John Irving, able
John Archbald, able
Philip Armstrong, able
Hugh Garvan, able

Grant, James, ed., The Old Scots Navy from 1689 to 1710 (London: Navy Records Society, 1914), pp. 232-237.

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