Adoniah Schuyler

NationalityBritish 
RolesSailor 
Date of Birth1749PMD
WifeSusan Shiells 
Date of Death1814PMD

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
Lieutenant, 1778/04/10W032
Superannuated Commander, 1814/01/31W032

Sources

IDDescriptionAuthorType
PMD Private manuscript documents Book
W032 Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner SmithWeb Site
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Posted by gilbert payson on Tuesday 29th of November 2016 14:00

adoniah schuyler b. 1749 was my 5 times g-grandfather, and i am looking for information on his wife, as well as his son#s wife. sarah roope. do you have any additional information on themß kind regards, gil payson


Posted by Roxanne on Tuesday 12th of April 2016 12:04

Hi Grant

My name is Roxanne i work at the Greenbank Hotel. We have some signs on the bedroom doors with names of captains and the names of their packet ships. We believe they stayed at The Greenbank at some point. I am now trying to do some research on each captain. Your 4th great grandad was one of the men we believed stayed here at the Greenbank Hotel. Would you mind sharing some more information with us?

Ill look forward to your response.

Kind regards
Roxanne


Posted by Grant Sutton Schuyler on Monday 15th of April 2013 23:55

Adoniah Schuyler born 1749 died 1814 is my 4th Great-Grand father who married Susan Shiells. I have conducted considerable research into his life and family. In particular as a Packet Captain operating out of Falmouth, Cornwall.

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