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Re: I wrote a book about the Scots POW's from the Battle of Dunbar

Doug Cahoon
 

Fiction or non -fiction? If Non did the POW leave enough records to create such a book?

On Wednesday, June 30, 2021, 10:00:50 AM MDT, Trevor Gibbs <tlgibbs@...> wrote:


Hi Nanette
Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery is the story of a Scots POW from the battle of Dunbar in 1650 being sent to the island of Barbados as an indentured servant after being imprisoned in  Durham Cathedral by CRomwell.
I am not descended from the POWS but from the Scottish Covenanters also shipped out to the Caribbean.
Best
Trevor

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...




On Wednesday, June 30, 2021, 11:14:09 a.m. EDT, Nanette <njohnston4367@...> wrote:


Hi just coming into this thread in the middle. Which of your books has the Scottish POW info?  Alexander Gordon is my ancestor. 
Thank you.
Nanette LeTendre Johnston

with apologies  for misspelled words.

On Jun 29, 2021, at 15:58, Trevor Gibbs <tlgibbs@...> wrote:


I have  a free copy for you but what address do I send it to???
Trevor Gibbs
Author

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...



Re: I wrote a book about the Scots POW's from the Battle of Dunbar

Trevor Gibbs
 

Hi Nanette
Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery is the story of a Scots POW from the battle of Dunbar in 1650 being sent to the island of Barbados as an indentured servant after being imprisoned in  Durham Cathedral by CRomwell.
I am not descended from the POWS but from the Scottish Covenanters also shipped out to the Caribbean.
Best
Trevor

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...




On Wednesday, June 30, 2021, 11:14:09 a.m. EDT, Nanette <njohnston4367@...> wrote:


Hi just coming into this thread in the middle. Which of your books has the Scottish POW info?  Alexander Gordon is my ancestor. 
Thank you.
Nanette LeTendre Johnston

with apologies  for misspelled words.

On Jun 29, 2021, at 15:58, Trevor Gibbs <tlgibbs@...> wrote:


I have  a free copy for you but what address do I send it to???
Trevor Gibbs
Author

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...



Re: I wrote a book about the Scots POW's from the Battle of Dunbar

Nanette
 

Hi just coming into this thread in the middle. Which of your books has the Scottish POW info?  Alexander Gordon is my ancestor. 
Thank you.
Nanette LeTendre Johnston

with apologies  for misspelled words.

On Jun 29, 2021, at 15:58, Trevor Gibbs <tlgibbs@...> wrote:


I have  a free copy for you but what address do I send it to???
Trevor Gibbs
Author

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...



Re: I wrote a book about the Scots POW's from the Battle of Dunbar

S Ray
 

Trevor, You asked the same question on the Scottish Prisoners of War Facebook page where I replied quite some time ago.  Here it is again: SPOWS, P.O. Box 1493, Tomball, TX 77377-1493  Our President will be on the lookout for it and thanks for sharing it with us.  


On Tue, Jun 29, 2021 at 6:58 PM Trevor Gibbs <tlgibbs@...> wrote:
I have  a free copy for you but what address do I send it to???
Trevor Gibbs
Author

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...



Re: I wrote a book about the Scots POW's from the Battle of Dunbar

Roland VARDON <Rvconsult@...>
 

Hi. Treavor. I notice you are also with Rogers and are in Ontario.  I look forward to hearing from you. 
Which part of Ontario are you in? 

Roland

On Tuesday, June 29, 2021, 06:58:47 p.m. EDT, Trevor Gibbs <tlgibbs@...> wrote:


I have  a free copy for you but what address do I send it to???
Trevor Gibbs
Author

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...



I wrote a book about the Scots POW's from the Battle of Dunbar

Trevor Gibbs
 

I have  a free copy for you but what address do I send it to???
Trevor Gibbs
Author

Author: Relics of a Saint: A Barbados Mystery, Criminal Revelations & Uncovering Unknowns, Loving on the Edge.
Business email: tlgibbs8@...



Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

S Ray
 

Here is a link to the SPOW's Y-DNA project--joining it might eventually help you too.  I looked at the list of testers (so far) and no Chisholm but who knows what may come down the pipeline?  https://spows.org/y-dna-project/  


On Sun, Mar 28, 2021 at 12:18 PM Paul Kate's <paulkates64@...> wrote:
Hello again Dr. Millard,
 
I'm starting to see what you mean-the paternal event could have happened anywhere, even possibly back Scotland. I can't assume the name Roe was ficticious as I've come across a few Roe's in my research. I guess I just have to wait and hope that a descendant of Duncan's or someone in the Roe/Rowe line takes the DNA test and I match or I don't.
 
Regards
Paul
On 03/27/2021 6:11 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:
 
 

Hi Paul,

 

I had another thought about how to look at this. One the Rowe DNA project you are not grouped with anyone. Are there any people there who descend from Robert Rowe who don’t match you? That might help to decide when your Rowe line became genetically distinct from other Rowes.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrew Millard via groups.io
Sent: 27 March 2021 09:25
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Paul,

 

That 450 cM match, which is first to second cousin level, most likely first cousin once-removed or half-first cousin, only verifies the paper trail back to your common ancestors, so grandparents or great-grandparents. The Y-DNA result tells you that you and the Chisholm testers have a common ancestor 350-400 years ago, but it doesn’t tell you when a Chisholm fathered a Rowe. That Chisholm could be your 2x-great -grandfather or he could be your 6x-great-grandfather. In both cases the common ancestor with the tested Chisholms would be the same, prior to Duncan Chisholm’s migration to New England.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 26 March 2021 17:19
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Dr. Millard,

Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.

Thanks again - Paul

On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

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Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Paul Kate's
 

Hello again Dr. Millard,
 
I'm starting to see what you mean-the paternal event could have happened anywhere, even possibly back Scotland. I can't assume the name Roe was ficticious as I've come across a few Roe's in my research. I guess I just have to wait and hope that a descendant of Duncan's or someone in the Roe/Rowe line takes the DNA test and I match or I don't.
 
Regards
Paul

On 03/27/2021 6:11 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:
 
 

Hi Paul,

 

I had another thought about how to look at this. One the Rowe DNA project you are not grouped with anyone. Are there any people there who descend from Robert Rowe who don’t match you? That might help to decide when your Rowe line became genetically distinct from other Rowes.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrew Millard via groups.io
Sent: 27 March 2021 09:25
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Paul,

 

That 450 cM match, which is first to second cousin level, most likely first cousin once-removed or half-first cousin, only verifies the paper trail back to your common ancestors, so grandparents or great-grandparents. The Y-DNA result tells you that you and the Chisholm testers have a common ancestor 350-400 years ago, but it doesn’t tell you when a Chisholm fathered a Rowe. That Chisholm could be your 2x-great -grandfather or he could be your 6x-great-grandfather. In both cases the common ancestor with the tested Chisholms would be the same, prior to Duncan Chisholm’s migration to New England.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 26 March 2021 17:19
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Dr. Millard,

Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.

Thanks again - Paul

On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Paul Kate's
 

Hi Dr. Millard,
 
That's a good point about the Rowe project.I took a look at the Paternal ancestor info but I don't see anyone who is connected to this Rowe line.
I think the paternal event was with Duncan b/c the Rowe tree gets blurry at about this exact point. Robert Roe was born around 1659 exactly when this Rowe line ends and in the same geographical area and also the name was spelled Roe which was used as a ficticious name back then, which I think seems fishy. Duncan had some sort of connection to Capt.Joseph Swett  in Scarborough Maine and that is who RR jr became an indentured servant for. RR jr named one of his kids Daniel a Scottish name, possibly after his half uncle Daniel Chisholm or Chesemore. Also Robert Roe lived in Salisbury Ma and that is where the women and children retreated to after the Massacre at Black Point.
I would love to know if Sandra Chesemores bother/father took the Y test and if so were they placed in the Chisholm project. Do you know her and if so do you think that would help ?
 
Thanks again
Paul

On 03/27/2021 6:11 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:
 
 

Hi Paul,

 

I had another thought about how to look at this. One the Rowe DNA project you are not grouped with anyone. Are there any people there who descend from Robert Rowe who don’t match you? That might help to decide when your Rowe line became genetically distinct from other Rowes.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrew Millard via groups.io
Sent: 27 March 2021 09:25
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Paul,

 

That 450 cM match, which is first to second cousin level, most likely first cousin once-removed or half-first cousin, only verifies the paper trail back to your common ancestors, so grandparents or great-grandparents. The Y-DNA result tells you that you and the Chisholm testers have a common ancestor 350-400 years ago, but it doesn’t tell you when a Chisholm fathered a Rowe. That Chisholm could be your 2x-great -grandfather or he could be your 6x-great-grandfather. In both cases the common ancestor with the tested Chisholms would be the same, prior to Duncan Chisholm’s migration to New England.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 26 March 2021 17:19
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Dr. Millard,

Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.

Thanks again - Paul

On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Andrew Millard
 

Hi Paul,

 

I had another thought about how to look at this. One the Rowe DNA project you are not grouped with anyone. Are there any people there who descend from Robert Rowe who don’t match you? That might help to decide when your Rowe line became genetically distinct from other Rowes.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrew Millard via groups.io
Sent: 27 March 2021 09:25
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Paul,

 

That 450 cM match, which is first to second cousin level, most likely first cousin once-removed or half-first cousin, only verifies the paper trail back to your common ancestors, so grandparents or great-grandparents. The Y-DNA result tells you that you and the Chisholm testers have a common ancestor 350-400 years ago, but it doesn’t tell you when a Chisholm fathered a Rowe. That Chisholm could be your 2x-great -grandfather or he could be your 6x-great-grandfather. In both cases the common ancestor with the tested Chisholms would be the same, prior to Duncan Chisholm’s migration to New England.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 26 March 2021 17:19
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Dr. Millard,

Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.

Thanks again - Paul

On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Andrew Millard
 

Hi Paul,

 

That 450 cM match, which is first to second cousin level, most likely first cousin once-removed or half-first cousin, only verifies the paper trail back to your common ancestors, so grandparents or great-grandparents. The Y-DNA result tells you that you and the Chisholm testers have a common ancestor 350-400 years ago, but it doesn’t tell you when a Chisholm fathered a Rowe. That Chisholm could be your 2x-great -grandfather or he could be your 6x-great-grandfather. In both cases the common ancestor with the tested Chisholms would be the same, prior to Duncan Chisholm’s migration to New England.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 26 March 2021 17:19
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hi Dr. Millard,

Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.

Thanks again - Paul

On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Paul Kate's
 

Hi Sue,
 
Yes I have talked to Sandra Chesemore. She said she has living male descendants but she does not respond to my emails or phone calls for some reason. If her brother or father would take the Y dna test and FTDNA put them in the same Chisholm branch as me it would verify everything but she has not gotten back to me.
 
Thanks Sue
On 03/26/2021 5:00 PM S Ray <graymond1314@...> wrote:
 
 
Paul, There is one more person listed as a descendant of Duncan in our list of descendants and researchers.  Take a look at the drop down box labeled "contact..." at the upper right corner of the page and see if this might help.  I hadn't seen this earlier.  Do you belong to our Facebook group?  There might be other members there that descend from him.  Sue  https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/duncan-chisholm/
 

On Fri, Mar 26, 2021 at 1:19 PM Paul Kate's < paulkates64@...> wrote:
Hi Dr. Millard,
Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.
Thanks again - Paul
On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard < a.r.millard@...> wrote:
 
 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

S Ray
 

Paul, There is one more person listed as a descendant of Duncan in our list of descendants and researchers.  Take a look at the drop down box labeled "contact..." at the upper right corner of the page and see if this might help.  I hadn't seen this earlier.  Do you belong to our Facebook group?  There might be other members there that descend from him.  Sue https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/duncan-chisholm/


On Fri, Mar 26, 2021 at 1:19 PM Paul Kate's <paulkates64@...> wrote:
Hi Dr. Millard,
Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.
Thanks again - Paul
On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:
 
 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Paul Kate's
 

Hi Dr. Millard,
Thanks for getting back to me. I have an autosmal dna match to an Elizabeth Rowe(450 centimorgans) that verified my fathers probate court records stating that his biological father was Harry Sherman Rowe. The family is well documented to Robert Roe in Salisbury Ma.This is where it ended until I did the Y dna test and FTDNA put me in the Chisholm surname project. FTDNA said that a GD of 16(350-400) years ago my surname was Chisholm so there must have been a paternal event around this time.This is why I believe it's the only possability. I'm wondering if Duncan did his 7 years for the Folsom or Gilman family. Sandra Chesemore has living male relatives that could take the Y dna test but she does'nt respond to my emails.
Thanks again - Paul
On 03/26/2021 8:54 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 
 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 

 


Re: SPOW Duncan Chisholm

Andrew Millard
 

Hi Paul,

 

This is a bit of slow reply as I’ve been snowed under with other things.

 

How far back is your paper-trail verified by autosomal or Y-DNA matches to other Rowe descendants? The Chisholm who fathered a Rowe doesn’t have to be in that first generation unless you can demonstrate that is the only possibility. Looking at your family tree the Rowes are all in Hampton, New Hampshire. The first couple of generations of Chisholms are in Biddeford, Maine, which is less than 50 miles away, and some later generations are at Newbury, Massachusetts, only 16 miles away, so it is hard to rule out interactions between the families in the intervening centuries.

 

I’ll ask to get the website changed for Duncan Chisholm, as I didn’t know of that 1659 reference when we were writing Lost Lives New Voices.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Kate's via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 16:04
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; MILLARD, ANDREW R. <a.r.millard@...>
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] SPOW Duncan Chisholm

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone could help me locate a male descendant of SPOW Duncan Chisholm that would be willing to join the Scotts Prisoners Y dna project. I am kit #887186. I can trace my paternal line back to a Robert Roe in born about 1659 in Salisbury Ma. Robert had a son with Mary Paine, Robert Rowe Jr who became an indentured servant for Capt. Joseph Swett. Familytreedna placed me in the Chisholm surname and said that at a GD of about 350-400 years ago their is a 98% chance my surname was Chisholm. This is why I believe I am a descendant of Duncan's.

Thanks for any help 

Paul Kates

On 02/23/2021 3:42 AM Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

 


Re: Kirk sessions online

Terrance Filter
 

Thank you Andrew!  Great source!  TAF

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Andrew Millard
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2021 10:48 AM
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Kirk sessions online

 

ScotlandsPeople website has published online for free over a million images of Kirk Session records. These are not indexed, but this is a game-changer in terms of access. https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/virtual-volumes

 

They have a guide to the Sessions https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/record-guides/kirk-session-records

 

Records don't survive for all parishes but sometimes they do survive for times and places where the parish registers are lost. These records are an excellent resource for researching the lives of ordinary people.

 

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

 


Kirk sessions online

Andrew Millard
 

ScotlandsPeople website has published online for free over a million images of Kirk Session records. These are not indexed, but this is a game-changer in terms of access. https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/virtual-volumes

 

They have a guide to the Sessions https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/record-guides/kirk-session-records

 

Records don't survive for all parishes but sometimes they do survive for times and places where the parish registers are lost. These records are an excellent resource for researching the lives of ordinary people.

 

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 


Re: Alexander Bow descendent --Barbados

Nancy Magruder
 

Eleanor,   Then we are related!!  

Ninian Beall's daughter, Sarah Beall (1659 - 1734), married the son of my SPOW ancestor (Alexander MacGregor (1610 - 1677)).   Sarah married Samual B Magruder (1654 - 1711) in 1680.  Sarah and Sam had John Magruder (1694 - 1750) through which I am a descendent.   

Ninian and Alexander were both brought to Maryland via Barbados.  Probably on the same ship together.  Wish we had those stories documented!!

Nancy Magruder Lovelaguna@...


On Monday, March 1, 2021, 07:59:20 PM PST, Eleanor Hall via groups.io <eleahall@...> wrote:


Attached is some information on the Scots going to Barbados. I don't think there is any listing of them by name. 

My ancestor was Ninian Beall, a SPOW who was sent to Barbados, then had his indenture bought and went to Maryland.

Eleanor Hall

On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 02:10:19 AM CST, Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:


Dear Nancy,

 

I’m not aware of any passenger lists except the John and Sara. For some reason that got copied into the Suffolk County register of deeds, but making lists, keeping them and enrolling them don’t seem to have been regular activities.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Nancy Magruder via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 20:12
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Andrew,

    I was curious to know if you are familiar with any ships that took SPOWs from England to America, via Barbados in 1651 after the battle of Worchester.  My ancestor is Alexander MacGregor who was captured at the Battle of Worchester and sent to America via Barbados.  I am familiar with the manifest of the John & Sara from 1650 Dunbar Battle but I have not been able to find any ship manifest naming SPOW for Worchester 1651.  Any ideas?

 

Thank you,  Nancy

 

Nancy Magruder Lovelaguna@...

 

 

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 12:42:27 AM PST, Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 


Re: Alexander Bow descendent --Barbados

Margaret Curry
 

There should be some information on the SPOWS website - in the blog section-about researching Scots sent to Barbados.  


On Mar 1, 2021, at 7:59 PM, Eleanor Hall via groups.io <eleahall@...> wrote:


Attached is some information on the Scots going to Barbados. I don't think there is any listing of them by name. 

My ancestor was Ninian Beall, a SPOW who was sent to Barbados, then had his indenture bought and went to Maryland.

Eleanor Hall

On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 02:10:19 AM CST, Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:


Dear Nancy,

 

I’m not aware of any passenger lists except the John and Sara. For some reason that got copied into the Suffolk County register of deeds, but making lists, keeping them and enrolling them don’t seem to have been regular activities.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Nancy Magruder via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 20:12
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Andrew,

    I was curious to know if you are familiar with any ships that took SPOWs from England to America, via Barbados in 1651 after the battle of Worchester.  My ancestor is Alexander MacGregor who was captured at the Battle of Worchester and sent to America via Barbados.  I am familiar with the manifest of the John & Sara from 1650 Dunbar Battle but I have not been able to find any ship manifest naming SPOW for Worchester 1651.  Any ideas?

 

Thank you,  Nancy

 

Nancy Magruder Lovelaguna@...

 

 

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 12:42:27 AM PST, Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

<Barbados SPOWs.docx>


Re: Alexander Bow descendent --Barbados

Eleanor Hall
 

Attached is some information on the Scots going to Barbados. I don't think there is any listing of them by name. 

My ancestor was Ninian Beall, a SPOW who was sent to Barbados, then had his indenture bought and went to Maryland.

Eleanor Hall

On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 02:10:19 AM CST, Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:


Dear Nancy,

 

I’m not aware of any passenger lists except the John and Sara. For some reason that got copied into the Suffolk County register of deeds, but making lists, keeping them and enrolling them don’t seem to have been regular activities.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of Nancy Magruder via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 20:12
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io; ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Andrew,

    I was curious to know if you are familiar with any ships that took SPOWs from England to America, via Barbados in 1651 after the battle of Worchester.  My ancestor is Alexander MacGregor who was captured at the Battle of Worchester and sent to America via Barbados.  I am familiar with the manifest of the John & Sara from 1650 Dunbar Battle but I have not been able to find any ship manifest naming SPOW for Worchester 1651.  Any ideas?

 

Thank you,  Nancy

 

Nancy Magruder Lovelaguna@...

 

 

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 12:42:27 AM PST, Andrew Millard <a.r.millard@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello and welcome mccarpenter,

 

The Society web site has a limited set of information about Alexander at https://spows.org/battle-of-dunbar/battle-of-dunbar-prisoners-of-war/battle-of-dunbar-prisoner-profiles/alexander-bow/

A lot more detail is given on this site https://alexanderbow.com/alexander/

As far as I know he is never explicitly said to be Scottish in contemporary records, but his land grant on the same day and adjacent to other known Scots strongly suggests it.

 

Best wishes

Andrew

--

Dr. Andrew Millard

Associate Professor of Archaeology, and

Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act,

Durham University, UK

Email: A.R.Millard@... 

Personal page: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=160

Scottish Soldiers Project: https://www.dur.ac.uk/scottishsoldiers

Dunbar 1650 MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/battle-of-dunbar-1650

 

 

From: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io <ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io> On Behalf Of mccarpenter via groups.io
Sent: 23 February 2021 04:37
To: ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety@groups.io
Subject: [ScottishPrisonersofWarSociety] Alexander Bow descendent #Introductions

 

[EXTERNAL EMAIL]

Hello. I recently discovered that Alexander Bow is my ancestor (b. 1605, d. Nov. 6, 1678 in Middleton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA).  I am looking for any information about him. All I know is he was born in Scotland (some sources say "possibly born in Scotland") and he may have been one of the SPOW. 
I also have Forbes and Grant connections. 
I am looking forward to discovering more here! 

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