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Re: The Ship "PEGGY STEWART" MARYLAND
Posted by: John M. South Date: September 18, 2001 at 18:04:14
In Reply to: The Ship "PEGGY STEWART" MARYLAND by Phillip South of 1529

Phillip, this is the data i have on Alex South>

jul 1774 left from Port of London aboard ship "Peggy Stewart" he svd 4 years labor to pay for his transport

9 may 1778 joined Capt David Ogeleveys troops and also in the same year, procured troops for the American Colonial Army.

18 aug 1780 he is listed as missing..

25 oct 1781, he is with British Legion Cav, Lt Col Tarleton commanding.

no further info, may have died or gone back to England...



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