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  1. Marie Anastasie Aucoin Fourth Convoy to Nantes
  2. Joseph Thériot Second Convoy to Nantes
  3. Marguerite Babin Sally & Molly Grand Pré 27 Oct 1755 to Virginia 13 Nov 1755 / Bobby Goodridge Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England 23 June 1756 / La Dorothée Southampton, England 17 May 1763 to Saint-Malo 1763 /
  4. Anne Babin Sally & Molly Grand Pré 27 Oct 1755 to Virginia 13 Nov 1755 / Bobby Goodridge Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England 23 June 1756 / La Dorothée Southampton, England 17 May 1763 to Saint-Malo 1763 /
  5. Charles (Daigre) Daigle Bobby Goodridge Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England 23 June 1756
  6. Marie LeBlanc Bobby Goodridge Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England 23 June 1756
  7. Joseph Daigre Bobby Goodridge Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England 23 June 1756 / La Dorothée Southampton, England 17 May 1763 to Saint-Malo 1763
  8. Charles Landry Bobby Goodridge Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England 23 June 1756
  9. Marie Madeleine Daigre Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  10. Marguerite Daigre (abt.1748-bef.1788) Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  11. Marie Josèphe Daigre Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  12. Unknown Daigre (bef.1755-) Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia
  13. Charles Daigre Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  14. Madeleine Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / Virginia Packet Virginia sailed ca 10 May 1756 to Bristol
  15. Pierre Charles Aucoin Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / Virginia Packet Virginia sailed ca 10 May 1756 to Bristol
  16. Cécile Bourg The Supply Isle Saint-Jean sailed 1758 to Saint-Malo, France
  17. Pierre Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Industry Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to England
  18. Jeanne (Daigle) Daigre Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Industry Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to England
  19. Elisabeth Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Industry Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to England
  20. Jean Baptiste Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Industry Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to England
  21. Alexis Cormier Cornwallis Sailed 13 October 1755
  22. Jean Baptiste Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  23. Joseph Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  24. Claire LeBlanc Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  25. Françoise Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  26. Marguerite Pelagie Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  27. Michel Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  28. Isidore Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  29. Charles Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  30. Marie Josèphe Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  31. Anne Théodose Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  32. André Robichaud Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  33. Magdeleine Melanson Sally & Molly sailed 27 Oct 1755 / Virginia Packet sailed 10 May 1756
  34. Marguerite Cormier Endeavour sailed 27 Oct 1755
  35. Jean Martin Endeavour sailed 27 Oct 1755
  36. Marguerite Granger La Fauvette sailed 26 May 1763
  37. Pierre Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  38. Marie Josephe Dupuis Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  39. Marie Josephe (Theriot) Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  40. Marguerite Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  41. Marie Madeleine Thériot (1742-) Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  42. Marie Blanche Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  43. Charles Gregoire Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  44. Pierre Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  45. Agnès Aucoin Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  46. Jean Baptiste Theriot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  47. Unknown Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  48. Marie Élisabeth Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  49. Claude Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  50. Françoise Euphémie Thériot (1753-) Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  51. Jean Baptiste Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  52. Marie Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  53. Charles Theriot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  54. Élisabeth Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  55. Marie Josèphe Theriot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England /
  56. Unknown Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia /
  57. Unknown Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia /
  58. Marguerite Josèphe Bourg Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758 / Third Convoy from Châtellerault, France sailed 7 December 1775 to Nantes, France
  59. Charles Hebert Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  60. Charles Hebert Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758 / Third Convoy from Châtellerault, France sailed 7 December 1775 to Nantes, France
  61. Athanase Hébert Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  62. Marie Rose Hébert Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  63. Théodore Hebert Five English Ships (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL) sailed 1758
  64. Michel Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  65. Françoise Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  66. Marie Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  67. Marguerite Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  68. Elisabeth Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  69. Joseph Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  70. Charles Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  71. Jean Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  72. Paul Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  73. Anne Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  74. Basile Richard Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  75. Joseph Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  76. Marguerite LeBlanc Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  77. Amand Granger The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  78. Marie Marguerite Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  79. René Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  80. Angelique Comeau Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia
  81. Laurent Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  82. Marie Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  83. Madeleine Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  84. Anne Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia
  85. Marguerite Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  86. François Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  87. Marie Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  88. Charles Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  89. Françoise LeBlanc, Marie Granger, Charles Granger, Marguerite Granger, Marie Anne Granger, Françoise Josephe Granger, Jean Jacques GrangerShip Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England / La Fauvette Falmouth, England 26 May 1763 to Morlaix, France
  90. Jean Baptiste Granger Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  91. Madeleine Landry Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Fanny Bovey Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England
  92. Joseph Trahan Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia / The Industry Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to England
  93. Élisabeth Thériot Ship Grand-Pré 27 October 1755 to Virginia
  94. Anne Landry
  95. Francois Marie Granger
  96. Marie Josèphe Granger
  97. Paul Cyr aboard the Jolly Phillip out of Falmouth Neck (Portland, Maine), from Halifax to Chignecto and elsewhere - August 16 to 20th, 1755, Annapolis to Georgia, October 27 to November 14th, 1755.

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  1. Rosalie Poirier aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[1]
  2. Marguerite Boudrot aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[2]
  3. Francois Poirier aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[3]
  4. Marguerite Poirier was deported from Acadia with her husband and 3 children aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755[4]
  5. Benoni Doucet was deported from Acadia with his wife and 3 children aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[5]
  6. Claude Hebert deported from Acadia with his wife and 1 child aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[6]
  7. Michel Bernard was deported from Acadia with his wife and 3 children aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755,William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[7]
  8. Marie Mathieu (Brasseur) Brasseur dite LaCitardy was deported from Acadia with his wife and 3 children aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[8]
  9. Francois Bernard was deported from Acadia with his parents and two siblings aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived 17 November 1755 in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total. [5][1]
  10. Joseph Bernard was deported from Acadia with his parents and two siblings aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[9]
  11. Joseph Poirier was one of the three Joseph Poiriers deported from Acadia with his wife and children aboard the Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755.[10]
  12. Jean Cormier was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina with a wife and 7 children; 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on 17 November 1755. Table 5-3, p.108 [11]
  13. Michel Cormier was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina with a wife and 1 child; 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on 17 November 1755. Table 5-3, p.108 [12]
  14. Joseph Care was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina with a wife and 4 children; 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on 17 November 1755. Table 5-3, p.108 [13]
  15. Angelique Carret She was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina on 17 November 1755 with parents; 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on board ship. Table 5-3, p.108 [14]
  16. Jean Mouton he was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina on 17 November 1755 with his wife and three children. 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on board ship. Table 5-3, p.108 [15]
  17. Marguerite Poirier she was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina on 17 November 1755 with her husband and three children. 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on board ship. Table 5-3, p.108 [16]
  18. Marguerite Mouton she was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina on 17 November 1755 with her parents and two siblings. 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on board ship. Table 5-3, p.108 [17]
  19. Marie Magdeleine Mouton she was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina on 17 November 1755 with her parents and two siblings. 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on board ship. Table 5-3, p.108 [18]
  20. Jean Francois Mouton he was deported from Acadia aboard the Endeavour Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina on 17 November 1755 with his parents and two sisters. 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on board ship. Table 5-3, p.108 [19]

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1.'Category:Ranger 1755 (Paul

This category is for profiles of Acadians who were deported on the Ranger from Acadie to Oxford, Maryland. See

  • Du Grand Dérangement à la Déportation: Nouvelles perspectives historiqueses historiques, Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, ed., (Moncton, NB: Chaire d'études acadiennes, 2005) p. 241. Article by Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, "Pigiguit: l'impact du Grand Dérangement sur une communauté de l'ancienne Acadie." Note: The expulsion ship "Ranger" carried 208 passengers destined for Oxford, Maryland.
  • The Ships of the Acadian Expulsion
The Sloop RANGER, 90 tons burden – Frances Piery (Piercy) Master was chartered from the Boston Mercantile Co. of Apthorp and Hancock from 20th August 1755 to 30th January, 1756 to carry 208 French persons 81 persons more than the complement of 2 to ton at 4s. 6d. With 182 Men aboard. The Sloop RANGER, 91 tons burden – Frances Piery (Piercy) Master arrived in Pisiquid from Port Royal on 16 October and embarked on 10-12 October, she departed on 27 October destined for Annapolis Maryland and arrived on 15-30 November with 263 exiles (81 surnombres). See https://www.acadian.org/history/ships-acadian-expulsion/.
... (Al Lafreniere – “Acadian Deportation Ships The Ranger, Captain Piery, evidently a smaller vessel than either of the other two, arrived with 208, an excess of 81 persons beyond the proper compliment (Nova Scotia Doc., I, 42-4) Edouard Richard mentions a “Corvette Ranger”, 91 tons, Capt. Piercy, being used to transport 182 exiles – (81 additional). (ACADIA” – Edouard Richard Vol. 2, Chapter XXXI, p. 121) The Dolphin with 230 exiles and the Ranger with 263 exiles followed the arrival of the Elizabeth and Leopard in the Annapolis Harbor. The two vessels carried 493 men, women and children from evacuated from Pisiquid under the directions of Captain Alexandre Murray On the last 2 days of the months, the other 3 sloops were anchored in the Severn , but their captains seemed most anxious about the Maryland council’s refusal to permit immediate landing in the absence of Gov. Sharpe, who was attending a conference of colonial executives in New York. In a like manner, Francis Piercey, master of the Ranger, apparently the second boat in harbor, presented the same argument, for he and his sickly 263 exiles from Pisiquid would be required to cross the Bay and sit in port in Oxford, in Talbot County. The Choptank contingent of 208 Acadians reached Oxford on 8 December, 1755, and was placed under the supervision of Henry Callister. (Gregory Wood Acadians in Maryland – A Guide to the Acadians in Maryland in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.) In a letter dated 17 February, 1996, Stanley Piet of Bel Air Maryland, writes that the “NOTARY PUBLIC RECORD BOOK 1774-1778 in the Hall of Records for the state of Maryland located in the, located at 350 Rowe Blvd., Annapolis Maryland 21401, show the arrival of the ships in Maryland, but there are no people identified. Information listed on the ships Ranger and Dolphin is as follows: “Ranger – Wm. Burkman, Caines Bay, owner. Francis Peirey, Captain, Order from Alexander Murray, Commander of his Majesty’s Troops at Pisgate arrived Severn River, Annapolis 29 November 1755. Sent to Oxford Maryland.” “Dolphin – Zebediah Farnman, master, Sent to Lower Marlborough, Patuxent River”.


2. Category:Ranger dep 20 Dec 1755 Grand-Pré, arr 20 Jan 1756 Virginia [20]
  • Delaney, Paul. La liste de Winslow expliquée. (Éditions Perce-Neige, 2020), p. 80, 388 citing Letter dated 20 December 1755 from Phineas Osgood to Winslow
57 tons Schooner. Nathan Munroe commander. 112 people on board.
The schooner RANGER, 57 tons – Nathan Monroe Captain – departed from Pointe des Boudro (Grand Pre) on 20 December, 1755 with 112 exiles, 81 more that the complement, and was the 6th transport to arrive in Virginia on 20 January, 1756 with with 208 exiles. (The British Empire Before The American Revolution – Vol. VI by Lawrence Henry Gipson p. 279 -80 and also p.304 ) The schooner RANGER, Monroe Captain – embarked 112 exiles on 20 December departed from Grand Pre on 20 December, 1755 destined for Williamsburg Virginia. (Emile Lauviere – “La Tragedie d’un peuple , vol 1, Librairie Henry Geulet, Paris, 1924) The Ranger was probably chartered for a monthly fee (per ton), plus a pilot’s fee and provisions, by Governor Lawrence, from Charles Apthorp & Thomas Hancock, of the Boston Mercantile Company of Apthorp and Hancock, to be used as a transport for the removal of the Acadian Exiles to the eastern seaboard. The amount of provisions for the transports were included in the sailing orders issued by Lawrence and was to be 5 pounds of flour and one pound of pork (or 1 lb of beef 2 lbs bread and 5 lbs of flour) for (each) 7 days for each person so embarked. (p. 280 of SELECTIONS FROM PUBLIC DOCUMENTS OF THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA, Published by resolution of the House of Assembly on March 15, 1865 in 1869) According to the publication “The Acadian Exile in St. Malo”, the governor of Virginia refused to accept the Acadians that were allotted to Virginia, and the 1,500 Acadians sent to Virginia on October 25, 1755 were in Virginia were not allowed to disembark and more of them died aboard the crowded ships during the 4 months that the ship were anchored in the Williamsburg harbor. They were then transported to England and placed in concentration camps in the port cities of their arrival, where they languished until after the Treaty of Paris, in 1763, when they were released and repatriated (sent) to the maritime ports of Normandy and Brittany. Emile Lauvriere, in his “LA TRAGEDIE D’UN PEUPLE” – Histoire du Peuple Acadien – des origines a nos jours – 1923- Editions – Bossard – 43 Rue Madame, 43 – Paris – Tome I – 12th edition Chapter XIV “LE ‘GRAND DERANGEMENT'” pp 457-513, in listing some of the vessels used in the expulsion on page 500, refers to the Dove, referred to by others as a sloop as “la goelette Dove, destines for Connecticut”, and two other vessels, referred to by others as schooners as ôla goelette Race Horse, destined for Bostonand “la goelette Ranger, destined for Virginia”, probably indicates that some the ships listed as schooners, or sloops were actually goelettes or vice-versa.

3. Category: Bobby Goodridge dep ca 10 May 1756 Virginia- arr 23 June 1756 Portsmouth, England, The Bobby Goodridge - Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Portsmouth, England June 23, 1756 (296 Acadians. They are immediately sent on to Southampton.)

Name varies depending on sources: Marcel Walter Landry Goodrige, Albert N. Lafrenière Goodrich.
"In Virginia, the exiles were again deported, beginning in May of 1756 when 300 were sent to Portsmouth, England on the Bobby Goodrich. The remainder were shipped in the summer of 1756."
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). p.66-67 [20]
"Around 10 May 1756, deportation from Virginia to England of more than 1000 Acadians that had been deported to Virginia. Departure aboard 4 ships: Bobby Goodridge, Virginia Packet, Fanny Bovey, Industry. More than 400 will die from smallpox. Dates of arrival: Bobby Goodridge 23 June 1756 Portsmouth, England (296 Acadians); Virginia Packet 19 June 1756 Bristol, England (289 Acadians); Fanny Bovey 18 June 1756 Falmouth England (204 Acadians); Industry 26 June 1756 Liverpool, England (243 Acadians).

4. Category: L'Ambition: dep Southampton England 16-17 May 1763- arr Saint-Malo, France 1763 (Could not find more precise date of arrival. Some say 22 May 1763 but unsourced) [20]

"The Expatriated Acadians sailed on L'Ambition sent by King Louis XV to Southampton. Posted here is the ship's list containing the names of 219 Acadians. The Acadians were exiled in England for seven years. Two ships were lost at sea during their voyage. Out of 1,226 Acadians survived the ocean crossing and upon arrival were separated into four groups: 336 were sent to Liverpool; 340 to Southampton; 300 to Bristol; 250 to Penryn (Falmouth). Their hell ended on November 3, 1762 at the signing of the Treaty of Paris. By January 1763 though there had been some births during their exile, only 866 Acadians had survived of the 1,226 originally deported. There has been some confusion as to where the Acadian exiled to Bristol sailed from as they went to St. Malo. According to Stephen A. White who studied this in-depth he said that All the Acadians on board the L'Ambition, and the first ten families on board the Dorothée, were all from the Southampton group, while the remaining thirty-four families, plus the seven prisoners of war were those who had been brought overland from Bristol for the embarcation at Southampton. THIS SHIP SAILED MAY 16, 1763 WITH 219 PASSENGERS FROM SOUTHAMPTON TO ST-MALO WITH CAPTAIN BRUNAU DE LA SALLE. All of the passengers on this ship had been exiled to Southampton"[21]

5. Category: La Bergère : dep Nantes 12 May 1785 - arr New Orleans 15 Aug 1785 [22] [20]

6. Category: Sally & Molly : Grand Pré 27 Oct 1755 to Virginia 13 Nov 1755
154 Acadians on board. [20]

7. Category: L'Amitié : France 20 Aug 1785 to Louisiana 8 Nov 1785.

"The L'Amitié, a 400 ton ship led by Captain Joseph Beltremieux, left France on August 20, 1785. After 80 days at sea, they arrived on November 8, 1785. There were 270 people in 68 families on board On the way, there were 6 deaths after sickness spread through the ship (though there were no deaths once they got to New Orleans). The number of families increased to 93 due to 24 additional adults, 10 births, and 17 marriages. When it came time to settle down: 17 families settled near Galveztown, 3 families went to the Attakapas, and 71 families chose to settled along Bayou Lafourche. By the way, the ship was also called by its Spanish name, the La Amistad, by some."

8. Category: Prosperous (152 Acadians) 75 tons, sloop, Daniel Bragdon commandant, arrived 26 Dec 1755, deviated from its course.;  ???? 4 ships that left Pointe-des-Boudrot, Acadie on 27 October 1755 to Virginia 1755 [23]

9. Category: La Dorothée : Southampton, England 17 May 1763 to Saint-Malo, France 1763 (dates of departure vary according to sources but 17 May is more certain)

One hundred and seventy-five Acadians sailed from Southampton for St-Malo with Captain Lormant aboard the royal frigate La Dorothée

10. Category: Mary (181 Acadians) 90 tons, Andrew Dunning commandant, arrived 13 Nov 1755; 4 ships that left Pointe-des-Boudrot, Acadie on 27 October 1755 to Virginia 1755 [24]; Mary sailed 27 October 1755, Andrew Dunning, Master

11. Category: The Virginia Packet - Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Bristol, England June 19, 1756 (289 Acadians)

12. Category :The Industry - Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Liverpool, England June 26, 1756 (243 Acadians ), 4 ships that left Pointe-des-Boudrot, Acadie on 27 October 1755 to Virginia 1755 [25] :::Industry (172 Acadians) 86 tons, sloop, George Goodwin commandant, arrived in Virginia 11 Nov 1755; Industry sailed 27 October 1755

13. Category: The Fanny Bovey - Virginia ca 10 May 1756 to Falmouth, England June 18, 1756 (204 Acadians)

"Circa May 10, 1756 Deportation to England of more than 1,000 Acadians deported to Virginia. Departure aboard four ships: the Bobby Goodridge, the Virginia Packet, the Fanny Bovey and the Industry. More than 400 will die in a smallpox epidemic."
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

14. Category: La Ville d'Archangel France 12 Aug 1785 to New Orleans 3 Dec 1785

"Sailed from France August 12, 1785 arriving in Louisiana December 3, 1785. This ship left St-Malo, France and upon reacing Balize, an outpost at the mouth of the Mississippi River, ran aground on November 4. This, and the fact that they had already had run out of food, caused a number of passengers to get sick. Finally the ship made it to New Orleans on December 3, 1785. There were sixty families totalling two hundred and ninety-nine people onboard. Fifteen people died and two deserted. Seven marriages took place, eleven more adults joined the group and there were two more births."

15. Category: First Convoy from Châtellerault, France sailed 24 October 1775 to Nantes, France

October 24, 1775. A first group of 24 Acadian families leaves Poitou for Nantes after the unsuccessful project of ‘la Ligne acadienne’.
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]
  • Passenger List

16. Category: Second Convoy from Châtellerault, France sailed 15 November 1775 to Nantes, France

November 15, 1775. A second group of 62 Acadian families leaves Poitou for Nantes after the unsuccessful settlement of ‘la Ligne acadienne’.
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]
  • Passenger List

17. Category: Third Convoy from Châtellerault, France sailed 7 December 1775 to Nantes, France

December 7, 1775. A third group of 103 Acadian families leaves Poitou for Nantes after the unsuccessful settlement of ‘la Ligne acadienne’.
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]
  • Passenger List

18. Category: Fourth Convoy from Châtellerault, France sailed 6 March & 13 March 1776 to Nantes, France

March 6-13, 1776. A fourth group of 78 Acadian families leaves Poitou for Nantes after the unsuccessful settlement of ‘la Ligne acadienne’.
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]
  • Passenger List
There are discrepancies in dates according to sources but the ones above are from a good source: Paul Delaney.
Convoys to Nantes
La Ligne Acadienne, Acadian Cajun Genealogy and History On Oct. 24,1775, the first group of 116 people in 28 families left by boat for Nantes. The second convoy of 314 people left on Nov. 13/14. The third group of 459 people left on Dec. 6/7,1775. The fourth group was delayed by bad weather, but finally got underway with 311 people on March 6 and 138 people on March 13.
19. Category: Ship sailed 27 October 1755 to Virginia
20. Category: Ship sailed 27 October 1755 to Maryland
21. Category: Ship sailed 27 October 1755 to Pennsylvania
22. Category: Ship sailed 27 October 1755 to Massachusetts
(Sometimes it is now known which ship was boarded, only the departure date and the destination)
23. Category: Two Brothers Brigantine, Master, James Best, Sailed 13 October 1755, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina with 123 persons total on 11 November 1755. [26]
24. Category: Dolphin a Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755, sailed 27 October 1755, William Hancock, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, 28 Men, 27 Women, 66 children. 121 persons total on 17 November 1755. [27]
25. Category: Cornwallis Sailed 13 October 1755, Ship, Andrew Sinclair, Master. Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina. 25 Men, 25 Women, 158 Children. 208 Persons total on 17 November 1755. [28]
26. Category: Endeavour, Sloop, Sailed 13 October 1755; sailed 27 October 1755, James Nichols, Master. Arrived in South Carolina with 40 Men, 20 Women, 61 Children. 121 Persons total on 17 November 1755. [29]
Endeavour (sometimes called Encheere) (166 Acadians) 83 tons, sloop, John Stone commandant. arrived between 1755 and 1756
27. Category: Syren Sailed 13 October 1755, Ship, Charles Proby, Master, Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina with 21 Men, 0 Women, 0 Children. 21 persons total on 17 November 1755. [30]
28. Category: Hopson, Ship, Edward Whitewood, Master. Arrived in Charleston, South Carolina with 342 persons total on 17 November 1755. [31]
29. Category: Swan sailed 27 October 1755
30. Category: Hannah sailed 27 October 1755
31. Category: Three Friends sailed 27 October 1755
32. Category: Seaflower sailed 27 October 1755
October 27, 1755
Deportation of the Acadians from Grand-Pré, from Pigiguit, from Rivière-aux- Canards, and from the rivers Habitants and Gaspareau. Departure of 14 ships: the Dolphin' from Pigiguit for Maryland (230 Acadians on board, 56 over capacity), the Elizabeth from Grand-Pré for Maryland (242 Acadians: 186 having embarked on October 13; the others later;52 over capacity), the Leopard (Leonard) from Grand-Pré for Maryland (178 Acadians on board), the Endeavour from Pointe-des-Boudrot for Virginia (166 Acadians on board), the Industry from Pointe-des- Boudrot for Virginia (177 Acadians on board), the Mary from Pointe-des-Boudrot for Virginia (182 Acadians on board), the Neptune from Pigiguit for Virginia (207 Acadians on board; 27 over capacity), the Prosperous from Pointe-des-Boudrot for Virginia (152 Acadians on board), the Ranger from Pigiguit for Maryland (208 Acadians on board; 81 [sic for 26?] over capacity, the Sally and Molly from Grand-Pré for Virginia (154 Acadians on board), the Hannah from Grand-Pré for Pennsylvania (140 Acadians on board), the Swan from Grand-Pré for Pennsylvania (168 Acadians on board), the Three Friends from Pigiguit for Pennsylvania (156 Acadians on board, 18 over capacity), the Seaflower from Grand-Pré for Massachusetts ([about 160] Acadians from Pigiguit on board) and three escort ships: the Nightingale, the Halifax and the Warren.
  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

33. Category: La Fauvette sailed 26 May 1763

THIS SHIP SAILED MAY 26, 1763 WITH 159 PASSENGERS FROM FALMOUTH TO MORLAIX , FRANCE, COMMANDED BY SIEUR GOURAU.

34. Category: The Supply sailed 1758 December 20, 1758: Arrival in Biddeford, England, of the Supply, with 160 deportees from Ile-Saint-Jean. A few of these deportees go on to Bristol but the majority, numbering 140, reach Saint-Malo on March 9, 1759.

35. Category: Yarmouth, one of Five English Ships sailed 1758 from Ile-Saint-Jean, Debarkation at Saint-Servan (Saint-Malo), France, January 23, 1759 with from 665 to 690 deportees on board. *Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

36. Category: Patience, one of Five English Ships sailed 1758 from Ile-Saint-Jean, Debarkation at Saint-Servan (Saint-Malo), France, January 23, 1759 with from 665 to 690 deportees on board. *Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

37. Category: Mathias, one of Five English Ships sailed 1758 from Ile-Saint-Jean, Debarkation at Saint-Servan (Saint-Malo), France, January 23, 1759 with from 665 to 690 deportees on board. *Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

38. Category: Restoration, one of Five English Ships sailed 1758 from Ile-Saint-Jean, Debarkation at Saint-Servan (Saint-Malo), France, January 23, 1759 with from 665 to 690 deportees on board. *Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

39. Category: John & Samuel, one of Five English Ships sailed 1758 from Ile-Saint-Jean, Debarkation at Saint-Servan (Saint-Malo), France, January 23, 1759 with from 665 to 690 deportees on board. *Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

40. Category: Neptune sailed 27 October 1755

41. Category: Elizabeth sailed 27 October 1755

42. Category: Schooner Jolly Philip

They likely sailed from Chignecto on 19 Sep 1755 for Annapolis and from Annapolis for Georgia on 27 October 1755 with 188 persons on board, John Waite, Master, 94 1/2 Tons, home port Falmouth now Portland, Maine. On October 20th, Captain Thomas Proby ... wrote to Monckton, saying that "The troops relieved from the Jolly Phillip, robbed the prisoners on board of a great deal of money and many clothes the night before they sailed. He hopes Monckton will come upon them and punish them severely";
'On 16 Oct 1755 This day was born a Boy Belonging to paul scir (Cyr)". [1]

43. Category: Prince Frederic Sailed 13 October 1755

44. Category: Prosperous sailed 27 October 1755

45. Category: Success Sailed 13 October 1755

46. Category: Leopard (Leonard) sailed 27 October 1755

  • * *
October 13, 1755
Deportation of 1,100 Acadians from Chignectou. Departure of eight ships:
  • the Cornwallis for South Carolina (210 Acadians on board),
  • the Dolphin for South Carolina (121 Acadians on board),
  • the Endeavour for South Carolina (126 Acadians on board),
  • the Two Brothers for South Carolina (132 Acadians on board),
  • the Jolly Philip for Georgia (about 120 Acadians on board), John Waite, master. 94 1/2 tons, schooner, home port Falmouth now Portland, Maine. [32]
  • the Prince Frederick for Georgia (around 280 Acadians on board)
  • the Syren for South Carolina (21 Acadian men on board, considered very dangerous) *the Success (an escort ship).
November 15 - 19 1755
Arrival in South Carolina of four ships, the Cornwallis (207 Acadian passengers), the Dolphin (121 Acadians), the Two Brothers (132 Acadians) and the Endeavour (126 Acadians), all having departed from Chignectou. They do not have the right to disembark at Sullivan’s Island until December 4, and they do not enter the city of Charleston until a few days later. A fourth ship, the Syren, arrives at the same time with the 21 Acadian men considered to be very dangerous, who do not have the right to disembark. Fifteen of them are sent to England and to Portugal, and five succeed in escaping and returning to Acadia.
July 31st, 1755
Governor Lawrence had written from Halifax to Colonel Monckton that "as to those (French Inhabitants) about the Isthmus, all of whom were in arms and therefore entitled to no favour from the Government. It is determined to begin with them first". August 11th, in another letter to Monckton, "Officer commanding His Majesty's Forces at Chignecto, in relation to the Transportation of the French Inhabitants of the Districts of Chignecto &ca", Lawrence emphasized that "those of the Chignecto District, who have always been the most Rebellious, shall be removed to the greatest distance. For this purpose I send you the following Transport Vessels, vitz. Persons, at 2 to a Ton.
  • 392 persons, The ship Union, Jon. Crathorne Master, 196 Tons
  • 340 persons, The ship Prince Fred'rick, William Trattles, Master, 170 Tons
  • 260 persons, The ship Corwallis, William Ball, Master 130 Tons
  • 198 persons, The Brig Two Brothers, James Best, Master, 99 Tons
  • 192 persons, Sloop Endeavour, James Nickles, Master, 96 Tons
  • 189 persons, Schooner Jolly Phillip, Jno Waite, Master, 94 1/2 Tons
  • 126 persons, Schooner Boscawen, Jas. Newell, Master, 63 Tons
  • 181 persons, Sloop Dolphin, David Mumford, Master, 90 1/2 Tons
  • 174 persons, Sloop Dove, Samuel Forbes, Master, 87 Tons
  • 115 persons, Schooner Ranger, Nathl. Munroe, Master, 57 1/2 Tons
  • 190 persons, Schooner Boscawen, David Bigham, Master, 95 Tons
at 2 to a ton - 2,357 Persons - Tonnage of the Vessels - 1,178 1/2 Tons.
Lawrence gives the Destination of the Transports as follows:
  • 340 persons, The Prince Frederick - To Georgia
  • 188 persons Schooner Jolly Phillip - To Georgia
  • 260 persons, Ship Cornwallis - To South Carolina
  • 198 persons, Brigantine Two Brothers James Best, Master- To South Carolina. 123 persons arrived at Charleston, South Carolina
  • 192 persons, Sloop Endeavour - To South Carolina
  • 180 persons, Sloop Dolphin - To South Carolina
  • 190 persons, Schooner Bowvasen Bigham - To South Carolina
  • 392 persons, The ship Union - To Philadelphia.
at two to a Ton - 1940 persons
Lawrence adds: If any of the inhabitants should remain at Chignecto after the above Embarkation you must order them on board any of the other Vessels, and direct them to be landed in North Carolina...Make it a particular injunction to the Masters, to be as careful and watchful as possible during the whole course of the Passage, to prevent the passengers from making any attempt to seize upon the vessels, by allowing only a small number to be upon the Decks at a time...Such vessels as may be remaining after embarking all the Inhabitants that can be collected there (at Chignecto), must be sent to Mines Bason...and to take on board some of the Inhabitants of that District. But before these remaining vessels are sent to Mines Bason, I would have you (if you suspect any number of the Inhabitants to have absconded) to do your utmost endeavours to oblige them to come in by burning the Villages and destroying everything that can afford them the least shelter or means of Subsistence in the Country". [2]



  • Delaney, Paul, Chronologie des déportations et migrations des Acadiens (1755-1816). [20]

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