Muster Book of HMS Isabella (1818)

Source: “Ship: ISABELLA (1818 Jan-Dec),” ADM 37/5966, The National Archives.
Related Expedition: Ross Leg of Ross-Buchan 1818.
Editor and Transcriber: Edmund Wuyts.

Notes

Based on the Isabella muster from 1 March to 31 April 1818.

Officers, 2nd Class

No. Entry Year Appearance Whence and whether Prest or not Place and County where born Age at the Time of Entry in this Ship No. and Letter of Tickets MEN’S NAMES Qualities D., D.D., or R. Time of Discharge Year Whether or for what Reasons Straggling or Neglect Slop Cloaths suppled by
Navy
Cloaths in Sick Quarters Beds Dead Mens Cloaths Tobacco Date of the Parties Order for allotting Monthly Pay Wages remitted from Abroad Two Months Advance Necessaries supplied Marines on Shore To whom the Tickets were delivered
114 January1818January 16Per Commission, 1818/01/14John RossCaptain
214 January1818January 16Per Commission, 1818/01/14William Robertson (b)Lieutenant

Officers, 3rd Class

No. Entry Year Appearance Whence and whether Prest or not Place and County where born Age at the Time of Entry in this Ship No. and Letter of Tickets MEN’S NAMES Qualities D., D.D., or R. Time of Discharge Year Whether or for what Reasons Straggling or Neglect Slop Cloaths suppled by
Navy
Cloaths in Sick Quarters Beds Dead Mens Cloaths Tobacco Date of the Parties Order for allotting Monthly Pay Wages remitted from Abroad Two Months Advance Necessaries supplied Marines on Shore To whom the Tickets were delivered
116 January1818January 16Per Warrant, 1818/01/14William ThomPurser
28 February1818February 8Per Warrant, 1818/01/30C. J. BeverleyAssistant-Surgeon
37 April1818April 7Per Warrant, 1818/04/07John EdwardsSurgeon

Officers, 4th Class

No. Entry Year Appearance Whence and whether Prest or not Place and County where born Age at the Time of Entry in this Ship No. and Letter of Tickets MEN’S NAMES Qualities D., D.D., or R. Time of Discharge Year Whether or for what Reasons Straggling or Neglect Slop Cloaths suppled by
Navy
Cloaths in Sick Quarters Beds Dead Mens Cloaths Tobacco Date of the Parties Order for allotting Monthly Pay Wages remitted from Abroad Two Months Advance Necessaries supplied Marines on Shore To whom the Tickets were delivered
118 January1818January 23RamilliesAlexander Motz SkeneMidshipman

219 February1818February 19Per Acting Order, AB No. 3John BushnanClerk

Ship’s Company

No. Entry Year Appearance Whence and whether Prest or not Place and County where born Age at the Time of Entry in this Ship No. and Letter of Tickets MEN’S NAMES Qualities D., D.D., or R. Time of Discharge Year Whether or for what Reasons Straggling or Neglect Slop Cloaths suppled by
Navy
Cloaths in Sick Quarters Beds Dead Mens Cloaths Tobacco Date of the Parties Order for allotting Monthly Pay River Pay[1] Three Months Advance[2] Necessaries supplied Marines on Shore To whom the Tickets were delivered
116 January1818January 16Deptford, volunteerLondon26James ClarkAB9.15.09.0.0
216 January1818January 16Deptford, volunteerIreland28James McCullochABD.D.26 February1818Drowned
316 January1818January 16Deptford, volunteerLondonJames C. RossMidshipman
427 January1818January 27Deptford, volunteerNorthumberland47James BridgeCook10 July 181811.0.612.0.0
513 February1818February 13Deptford, volunteerJohn BushnanABD.18 February18184 Class (2)
616 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 1
Montrose35John JamieAB10 July 18189.15.09.0.0
716 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 2
Deptford25Osmand SandleAB10 July 18189.15.09.0.0
816 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 3
Ipwish27Thomas LockwoodAB
916 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 4
Sunderland27William GilmourAB10 July 18189.15.09.0.0
1016 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 5
Sunderland27James GilgourABR.14 March1818Deptford
1116 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 7
Sunderland23James WanlessABR.1 April1818Deptford
1216 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 8
Glouchestershire20John CurtisAB9.15.09.0.0
1316 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 9
Deptford26John RogersABR.4 April1818Deptford
1416 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 10
Leith25James McDonaldABR.6 March1818Deptford
1516 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 12
Portsmouth27John JacksonAB10 July 18189.15.09.0.0
1616 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 13
Leith21David JohnsonABR.4 April1818Deptford
1716 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 14
Aberdeen22William DonaldABR.1 April1818Deptford
1816 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 15
Whiteburn26William BrownAB,
1818/03/01 Sailmaker
10 July 18189.15.09.0.0
1916 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 51
Aberdeen39James MillerABR.19 March1818Deptford
2016 January1818February 28Supernumerary List,
No. 54
Aberdeen48EP. 262Alexander GalwayMaster (Merchant)D.14 March1818Supeseded [sic]
2116 January1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 59Woolwich25Daniel MurrayABR.1 April1818
2216 January1818February 28Supernumerary List and Victuals 60North Shields48Thomas WilcoxMate (Merchant)2 July 1818
2316 January1818February 28Supernumerary List and Victuals 61Newcastle26Thomas RansonABR.6 March1818Deptford
2416 January1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 62Newcastle25Robert KendlishABR.6 March1818Deptford
2516 January1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 63Newcastle21John WalkerABR.6 March1818Deptford
261 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 74Sheffield22Whitehouse WadeAB10 July 18188.0.89.0.0
271 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 75Kirkwall24Alexander SwineyABR.27 March1818Deptford
281 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 76Grimsby20Henry BiltonAB10 July 18188.0.89.0.0
291 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 95Banchiry, A.B.26George FeddisCarpenter10 July 181816.8.818.8.0
307 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 105London22William HollidayAB7.7.09.0.0
318 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 116Shields26William RaineABR.6 March1818Deptford
3216 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 125Leith38James HagueLeading Man10 July 18188.0.811.5.0
3316 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 126Leith40John HagueLeading Man10 July 18188.0.811.5.0
3416 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 127Derby38John CribbsLeading ManR.20 March1818Deptford
3516 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 128Bo’ness, A.B.29Robert WilsonABR.27 March1818Deptford
3616 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 140London28James PillarLeading Man10 July 18188.0.811.5.0
3722 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 141London26Thomas TrowAB10 July 18185.15.89.0.0
3822 February1818February 28Supernumerary List Victuals 144Surry28Benjamin KontonArmourerR.1 April1818Deptford
398 March1818March 8 Deptford, volunteerJohn BayleySailmakerR.7 April1818Galleons Reagle Woolwich
408 March1818March 8 Deptford, volunteerMontrose27William SouterAB10 July 18184.5.89.0.0
418 March1818March 8 Deptford, volunteerStaffordshire32John SmithAB4.5.89.0.0
428 March1818March 8 Deptford, volunteerCharles WoodABR.20 March1818Deptford
4315 March1818March 16Deptford, volunteerBenjamin LewisMaster (Merchant)30 August 1818
4429 March1818March 29Deptford, volunteerWilliam RolphABR.4 April1818Deptford
4529 March1818March 29Deptford, volunteerLeither31William DickAB10 July 18182.0.89.0.0
4629 March1818March 29Deptford, volunteerWilliam MegrandABR.4 April1818Deptford
4729 March1818March 29Deptford, volunteerJohn HunterABR.4 April1818Deptford
485 April1818April 3Deptford, volunteerWakefield26John AllothAB1.10.09.0.0
496 April1818April 16Supernumerary List Victuals 197Dartford, Kent35John ChurchillAB9.0.0
5014 April1818April 16Supernumerary List Victuals 211Windsor33Henry MartinAB9.0.0
5114 April1818April 16Supernumerary List Victuals 212Connought28John CormolArmourer7 July 181812.0.0
5217 April1818April 18Supernumerary List Victuals 213Plymouth, Devon22John SharksAB9.0.0
5319 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
London34William ColemanAB9.0.0
5419 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
Sutherland40Henry BrownAB9.0.0
5519 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
London27Peter TirkerAB9.0.0
5619 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
London29John SheerAB9.0.0
5719 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
Stamford26John WoodsAB9.0.0
5819 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
Isleworth25William RutterAB9.0.0
5919 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
Plymouth27John TaylorAB1818/07/129.0.0
6019 April1818April 19Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
St. John, Newfoundland30John WhiteAB9.0.0
6120 April1818April 20 Northumberland,
Per Pay Lists
Mallow23William LambertAB9.0.0
6220 April1818April 20 Sheerness, volunteerLondon22John CooningAB9.0.0
6330 April1818April 30 Lerwick, volunteerFife24Alexander WhitehallAB1818/04/30
6430 April1818April 30Lerwick, volunteerFife39John SimsLeading Man1818/04/30

Marines

No. Entry Year Appearance Division[3] When entitled to increase Pay[4]Number of Company[5] No. and Letter of Tickets MEN’S NAMES Qualities D., D.D., or R. Time of Discharge Year Whether or for what Reasons Straggling or Neglect Slop Cloaths suppled by
Navy
Cloaths in Sick Quarters Beds Dead Mens Cloaths Tobacco Date of the Parties Order for allotting Monthly Pay River Pay[6] Three Months Advance[7] Necessaries supplied Marines on Shore To whom the Tickets were delivered
borne as par of Complement
11 April1818April 1Woolwich Division48Charles WiseColour Sergeant10 July 18182.19.015.12.6
Second Class
11 April1818April 1Woolwich Division1 February 182144Joseph WeddesbornPrivate1.1.105.15.0
Third Class
11 April1818April 1Woolwich Division1 October 181952John FreelandPrivate0.19.85.4.6
21 April1818April 1Woolwich Division1 April 181948John HuntPrivate0.19.85.4.6
31 April1818April 1Woolwich Division1 December 18194William ChathamPrivate0.19.85.4.6
41 April1818April 1Woolwich Division1 April 182112John PearsonPrivate0.19.85.4.6

Supernumeraries Borne for Wages & Victuals

No. Entry Year Appearance Whence and whether Prest or not Place and County where born Age at the Time of Entry in this Ship No. and Letter of Tickets MEN’S NAMES Qualities D., D.D., or R. Time of Discharge Year Whether or for what Reasons Straggling or Neglect Slop Cloaths suppled by
Navy
Cloaths in Sick Quarters Beds Dead Mens Cloaths Tobacco Date of the Parties Order for allotting Monthly Pay River Pay[8] Three Months Advance[9] Necessaries supplied Marines on Shore To whom the Tickets were delivered
115 February1818April 4Supernumerary List Victuals, No. 123[10]Edward SabineCaptain, Royal Artillery 

22 March1818April 4Supernumerary List Victuals, No. 154John SackeauseAB4.18.69.0.0
32 March1818April 4Supernumerary List Victuals, No. 155John MartinSerjeant, Royal Artillery 9.6.617.0.6

[1], [6], [8] Originally said “Wages remitted from Abroad”.

[2], [7], [9] Originally “Two Months Advance”.

[3] Adjusted for Marines. Originally “Whence and whether Prest or not”.

[4] Adjusted for Marines. Originally “Place and County where born”.

[5] Adjusted for Marines. Originally “Age at the Time of Entry in this Ship”.

[10] Different Supernumerary List, not transcribed as it is HMS Trent, HMS Alexander and HMS Dorothea crew being written in on HMS Isabella for a while.