ADM 103/465
crew of Rambler privateer - parole and cartel list
Name Birth
Appleby Joshua Rhode Island
Babcock Marlborough Rhode Island
Brooks Edward Philadelphia
Brown Philip Rhode Island
Chatty John Providence
Craft John Rhode Island
Dagus Lewis Rhode Island
Davis Nathaniel Massachusets
Eldred Peleg Rhode Island
Evans John Norfolk Virginia
Fisher William Rhode Island
Le Grand Lewis Bourdeaux
Slocum Samuel Rhode Island
White Ebenezer Massachusets
Williams Charles West Chester
Cartel - list only
first link includes all.
Albro Benjamin Isaacks Joseph
Alden John James William
Alden John jnr Jessemand Peter
Andrews Ebenezer Johnston G W
Beeman Prince Jones samuel
Bradbury Charles Knight Daniel
Briggs George Marks William
Brown Nicholas Mervell Ezekiel
Brown William Murphy James
Bun William Oatley Samuel
Casco Jacob Parrot Ephraim
Charles Samuel Peterson Thomas
Christie Patrick Redner William
Coatney Barkos Rossmand Joseph
Cole Nathaniel Sabin Johnathan
Collins Daniel Sales Nathan
Coston Thomas Swaney Benjamin
Cranston Samuel Tallman James
Crapon Thomas Thayer Thomas
Crie John Thurston Daniel
Dailey Thomas Tiley Charles
Darrah John Treadwell William
Elder William Turten Abner
Evans John Waite Henry
Gardner Francis Watson Jeremiah
Gardner John Whipple Charles
Gavett Sylvester Williams Charles
Holden Henry Williams George
Honeywell John Woodsum Aaron
Howlands Benjamin Young Jacob
Miscellaneous
Fargo Elijah protection
Ferris Jacob protection
Connor Jeffrey indenture
Parson Ignatius protection

ADM 43/64

A List of the Officers and Men actually on board and forming the crew of the
American Privateer Brig Rambler at the time of her being Captured by His Majesty's Ship Thais,
Edward Scobell Esq. Captured on the thirty first day of March 1813 in Latitude 5.15 North Longitude 9.12 West
No.
Names Quality
1
Joshua Appleby Capt.
2
Ebenezar White Jnr. 1st Lt.
3
Marlborough Babcock 2nd Lt.
4
Peleg Eldred 3rd Lt.
5
Nathaniel Davis Sailing Master
6
Daniel Knight Doctor
7
George Briggs Clerk
8
Benjamin Howland Captain Marines
9
Thomas A. Hussey Prize master
10
Ebenezer Andrews Prize master
11
John Chatty Prize master
12
Henry Waite Prize master
13
John Alden Jnr. Prize master
14
Charles Bradbury Prize master
15
Eph? Parrott Prize master
16
Laurence Slocum Masters mate
17
Jonathan Sabin Masters mate
18
Williams Burr Masters mate
19
Louis Le Grand Boatswain
20
John Marchant Carpenter
21
George Williams Gunner
22
John Darrah 2nd master
23
Robert Marvell 3rd master
24
Ezekiel Mervell 4th master
25
Samuel Stacy 5th master
26
Sylvester Gavett Armourer
27
Lott Bacon Dr. mate
28
John Evans Steward
29
Benjamin Albro' Boatswains mate
30
Henry Holden Boatswains mate
31
Gillson Cook Carpenters mate
32
Jacob Young Seaman
33
Louis Dagus Seaman
34
Benjamin Swaney Seaman
35
William Fisher Seaman
36
John Gardner Seaman
37
William Wilson Seaman
38
Robert Quincy Seaman
39
William Brown Seaman
40
James Tallman Seaman
41
William James Seaman
42
James Stevens Seaman
43
William Elden Seaman
44
Aaron Woodsum Seaman
45
James Murphy Seaman
46
Patrick Christie Seaman
47
Thomas Thayer Seaman
48
Abner Turten? Seaman
49
Barkes Coatney Seaman
50
Peter Jessemand Seaman
51
Jacob Casco Seaman
52
Samuel Charles Seaman
53
Nathaniel Cole Seaman
54
James Boaz Seaman
55
John Stevenson Seaman
56
Samuel Johnson Seaman
57
Josheph Isaacks Seaman
58
Charles Williams Seaman
59
Francis Gardner Seaman
60
Francis Carman Seaman
61
Thomas Peterson Seaman
62
Peter Cyrus Seaman
63
Prince Beeman Seaman
64
George W. Johnson Seaman
65
John Craft? Seaman
66
William Redner Seaman
67
Charles Whipple Seaman
68
Ebenezar Carman Seaman
69
William Marks Seaman
70
Joseph Rossmand Seaman
71
Thomas Crie Seaman
72
Thomas Crapon Seaman
73
Philip Brown Seaman
74
Charles Tiley Seaman
75
Samuel Oatley Seaman
76
Daniel Thurston Marine
77
John Crie Marine
78
Nathan Sales Marine
79
Jeremiah Watson Marine
80
Pero Totham Marine
81
Daniel Collins Marine
82
John Honeywell Marine
83
Thomas S. Dailey Marine
84
Samuel Jones Marine
85
Samuel Cranston Marine
86
William Treadwell Marine
87
Thomas Coston Marine
88
Nicholas Brown Marine
We the undersigned the Captain and principal Officers of the American
Privateer Brig Rambler voluntary make oath that the above eighty eight
names the true List and numbers of the Crew of the said Brig actually serving on
board her at the moment of her Capture by His Britannic Majesty's Ship
Thais, Edward Scobell Esq. Captain on the thirty-first day of March 1813
the Rambler having sailed from America the 28th of January 1813 and at
the time of capture was cruizing under Commission from the United States
of America, for the annoyance and destruction of the Trade of Great Britain

SWORN before me Robert Purdir Esq
Commissioner of the Court of Vice Admiralty
for the Colony of Sierra Leone and Justice
of the Peace in and for the said Colony
at Freetown in the said Colony this
21st Day of April 1813