Garland Family Harbour Grace

 

Garland

Bill Garland provides an overview of the Carbonear Moores & Garlands here:

http://www.nuceng.ca/bill/genealogy/garland/cbgarl32-5generations.pdf

His home page has links to more Garland info:

http://www.nuceng.ca/bill/genealogy/genhome.htm

I added some additional information to show the interlocking of the Moores and Noel families:

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1709 Captain George Garland commissioned officer at Little Belle Island CO194 22 #73

1056 Garland George M1675 Plymouth

http://ngb.chebucto.org/Cole-Documents/dartmouth-harbour-gathering-1642.shtml

John Garland

Letter in Support of Capt. John Moody’s
Defense of St. John’s against the French
1705/6

List of Inhabitants
in St. John’s and Petty Harbour
1706

http://ngb.chebucto.org/Articles/cor-list-st-johns-inhabitants-1706.shtml

http://ngb.chebucto.org/Articles/cor-john-moody-defends-st-johns-1705.shtml

4 Oct. 1725?

Inhabitants of Placentia

   

A hurried affidavit simply stating that “… For many years, There has not been Two Planters in this Harbour, That hath been able to support Themselves and their Families with Bread; much less to Equip out their Boats for the Fishery, But by the Sole help & Assistance of the Honble Gov.r Gledhill of this Place.” Signed by: Petter Steward, Edward Hopley, Richard Coke, William Gibbon, Thomas Proctor, W. Bouds?, Edward Brown, Moses Garland, Thomas Wilson, Richard Baldwin.

http://www2.swgc.mun.ca/nfld_history/CO194/CO194-8.htm

11 Oct 1764

Gov. Hugh Palliser, Jonathan Horsnaill (St. John’s)

The Admiral’s of the Harbour (Harbour Grace)

Henry Warford and Jonathan Davis Garland against Ann Stretch of Harbour Grace. The petitioners had been clearing away a spot for the fishery between Caplin Cove and Bear Cove, but Stretch claimed rights to the property. Previous claims are examined and voided. The Admirals of the Harbour the next year are to talk to the oldest inhabitants and send a certificate of if the area was a Ship’s Room at any point. Instructions for what to do with the land are given.

21 Oct 1757

Gov. Edwards (St. John=s)

Governor gives possession of Little Belle Isle to James Butler, Charles Garland, George Butler, and Charles Mercer since they are the only ones who have developed and maintained the area.

http://www2.swgc.mun.ca/nfld_history/Letterbook/GN2-1-A-2.htm

Cardiff.
18° March 1722.

Wm Garland Enters the Ship Fame Sloop of Bristol Burd’ 40tts Brit. built owners mr & Compa Brit: from Oporto Reporteth & maketh oath of the sd ship & all the goods wares & Merchandizes he took on board her in the Port aforesd Vizt

56 Pipes Port Wine.

15 H’h’ds

25c Cork.

63 sml Chests Lemons.

Wm Garland.

http://www.british-history.ac.uk/cardiff-records/vol2/pp407-443

 

Leghorn (Livorno, Italy) burials Poole Garlands??

George Sr. GARLAND (1753-1825)

George Jr. GARLAND (1793-1833)

Augustus Lester GARLAND 1839 Marseille
Amy Eliza GARLAND 1848 ?
Maria Gertrude GARLAND 1837 ?

https://leghornmerchants.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/burials-at-the-old-english-cemetery/

 

http://www2.swgc.mun.ca/nfld_history/Letterbook/GN2-1-A-3.htm

11 Oct 1764

Gov. Hugh Palliser, Jonathan Horsnaill (St. John’s)

The Admiral’s of the Harbour (Harbour Grace)

Henry Warford and Jonathan Davis Garland against Ann Stretch of Harbour Grace. The petitioners had been clearing away a spot for the fishery between Caplin Cove and Bear Cove, but Stretch claimed rights to the property. Previous claims are examined and voided. The Admirals of the Harbour the next year are to talk to the oldest inhabitants and send a certificate of if the area was a Ship’s Room at any point. Instructions for what to do with the land are given.