Peter Warren papers  1738-1764 (bulk 1744-1751)
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Contributors:

  • Apthorp, Charles Ward.
  • Auchmuty, Rober.t
  • Baker, Samuel.
  • Baker, William.
  • Barker, Pentecost.
  • Blanckley, T.R.
  • Bogdani, W.
  • Bollan, William.
  • Brett, John.
  • Brockwell, Charles.
  • Calmady, Warwick.
  • Clinton, George.
  • Corbett, Thomas.
  • Cotton, Sir Lynch.
  • Cushing, Thomas.
  • De Berdt, Dennys.
  • Edward, Richard.
  • Elliott, George.
  • Fonnereau, Abel.
  • Franklin, Apthorp, and Hancock.
  • Garrish, George.
  • Great Britain, Board of the Treasury.
  • Great Britain Ordnance.
  • Griffiths, George.
  • Hancock, Thomas
  • Hawke, Edward Hawke, 1st Baron.
  • Hore, Daniel.
  • Innes, Alexander.
  • Knowles, Sir Charles, 1st Bart.
  • Lee, Sir George.
  • Mascarene, Jean Paul.
  • Massachusetts Bay Assembly and General Court.
  • Middlin, John.
  • Montagu, William.
  • New York Council Chamber.
  • Osborn, John.
  • Pepperrell, Sir William, 1st Bart.
  • Richards, Paul.
  • Sherburn, Joseph.
  • Shirley, William.
  • Sparhawk, Nathaniel.
  • Thomas, James.
  • Walley, Thomas.
  • Warren, Sir Peter.
  • Warren, Thomas.
  • Wentworth, Benning.
  • Willard, Josiah.
  • Woods, J.

Bills of Lading: Ship Names and Ship Masters:

  • Book 1, part 1
    • Three Sisters : Thomas Gould
    • Diamond : William Burding
    • Endeavour : Robert Gordon
    • Mary & Elizabeth : Thomas Moore
    • Unicorn : Joseph Doan
    • Sarah : Joseph Thent
    • Sea Flower : John Stephenson
    • Endeavour : Robert Gordon
    • Island Sabel Galley : John Collion
    • Fish Hawk : Thomas Saniford
    • Panther : Richard Stanney
    • Success : Thomas Roads
    • Diamond : William Burding
    • Gloster : Samuel Bowden
    • New Castle : Jeremiah Haywood
    • Mary & Elizabeth : Thomas Moore
    • Annapolis Galley : Jonathan Davis
    • Abigail : Peter Groves
    • Lydia : Joseph Hatch
    • Susannah : John Jones
    • Endeavour : Robert Gordon
    • Britania : James [Sawier]
    • Sarah & Betty : Isaac Hatch
  • Book 1, part 2
    • Sarah : Joseph Kent
    • Medford : Daniel McCarty
    • Lookout : Nathaniel Newman
    • Tryall : [Jesse] Stephenson
    • Sea Flower : John Stephenson
    • Endeavour : Robert Gordon
    • Sarah & Elizabeth : William Branscomb
    • Charming Betty : Morris Hobbs
    • Prosperous : Luke Mills
    • Success : Howard Henderson
    • Susanna : Abner Lowell
    • Thankfull : Richard Stevens
    • Adventure : Edward Grow
    • Samuel & Martha : Samuel Parsons
    • Three Sisters : Thomas Gould
    • Speedwell : Samuel Williams
    • Lydia : Josiah Hatch
    • Louisburg : Philip Delamotte
    • Leopard : Thomas Church
    • Dolphine : James Mitchele
    • Luciana : James Jones
    • Greyhound : William Worling
    • Rush : Daniel Malcomb
    • Louisburg : Joseph Richardson
    • Robert & Isabella : Joseph Watts
  • Volume 2
    • Thankful : John Stevens
    • Sea Flower : Joseph Young
    • Elizabeth & Mary : Thomas Moore
    • Elizabeth : John Hanselber
    • Thankful : John Stevens
    • Diamond : Samuel McCluer
    • Swan : David Daman
    • Prosperous : Jeremiah Sayward
Alternate Locations

The following two maps are now located in the Clements Library Map Division:

Related Materials

The following three collections were originally part of the Thomas Gage papers:

The George Clinton papers contain 34 letters to and from Peter Warren.

The James Douglas papers contain material related to the Siege of Louisbourg.

The Louisbourg Siege collection documents the New Hampshire contingent of the Louisbourg expedition led by Sir William Pepperrell and Sir Peter Warren in 1745 and 1746.

The Clements Library Graphics Division has a portrait of Peter Warren.

The Sussex Archaeological Society holds 375 items related to Peter Warren, including private letters, and items concerning the Warren estate.

The New York Historical Society and the East Sussex Records Office also have Peter Warren materials.

Bibliography

Gwyn, Julian. "Warren, Sir Peter (1703/4--1752)." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography , Oxford University Press, 2004.