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In 1652 Peter was working for a sawmill in Maine, and probably received his freedom and L10 to start life on his own there. The Maine sawmill was in financial trouble and it is possible that the remaining Scottish prisoners were discharged from their bondage.
The typical cost for passage across the sea was L5, so Capt. Walker made quite a profit. Peter Grant was sold to work at the Lynn Iron Works in Massachusetts and like his fellow prisoners, probably received his first medical attention since the battle from.
The Scots, although by religion in sympathy with the Parliamentarians, were loyal to the Stuart dynasty. During one of thse invasions Oliver Cromwell, Protector of England, marched on the Scots. The Scots surrounded the English army at Dunbar, but General David Leslie, commander of the.
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A great many were taken prisoner, shipped in chains, and sold in Massachusetts to anyone who would pay the price, and Peter, along with others, was sold to the Iron Works in Lynn (Saugus) where he worked for two years. The Iron Works went bankrupt.
The Cathedral at Durham was converted into a prison for the Scottish prisoners. Banks wrote, Their food consisted of Pottage made with Oatmeal, Beef and Cabbage, a full quart at every Meal for every Prisoner. They had also Coals daily brought them, as many made.
Descendants of Peter Grant Generation No. 1 1. PETER 1 GRANT was born Abt. 1631 in was born probably somewhere around Inverness, Scotland1,2, and died Abt. 1712 in Berwick, York Co., ME3. He married JOHANNA GRANT, WIDOW OF JAMES GRANT November 28, 1664 in Kittery.
Peter Grant is listed on the original tax lists of Kittery, Maine and certainly lived there at least from 1661. In 1701 he signed a deposition stating that he had lived in Kittery for over 40 years. A 1673/74 description of common lands in a.
On Peter and James Grant were among those who formed the Scots Charitable Society for the relief of Scottish prisoners in the New World. Peter bought land on from James Emery in Kittery, Maine. The deed calls him Peter Grant, Scotsman. In 1661 Peter and.
He presumably had served out his time by 1659 as he was released, whereupon he settled in the Province of York. Material with regard to the Scotch prisoners sold to the Iron Works may be found in the Massachusetts Archives, Suffolk County Court Files #225.