2 edition of British burials and births on the Gulf Coast found in the catalog.
British burials and births on the Gulf Coast
Winston De Ville
|Statement||by Winston De Ville.|
|LC Classifications||F301 .D39 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||87118777|
British Cemeteries. Over the years, hundreds of ships were caught in the crosshairs of the Gulf Stream, the Labrador Current, and the ever-shifting sandbars that lay just off the coast, waiting to virtually land-lock any passing ships, and batter them with crashing waves from seemingly every direction. Gulf Coast Colonials Winston De Ville Compiled by an authority on Gulf Coast and lower Mississippi Valley genealogy and history, this work contains published vital records--births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths--pertaining to the inhabitants of the French parish .
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This cargo ship was torpedoed by a German U-boat, resulting in the loss of 59 of her 82 crew. British Burials and Births on the Gulf Coast: Records of the Church of England in West Florida, is especially valuable for genealogical research. Winston De Ville compiled this work from copies of the original documents collected by Nathaniel Cotton of.
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British seafarers and especially the British Navy often found it necessary to perform sea burials. While the French and Spanish traditionally preferred to leave the bodies of their comrades in the ship’s hold until such a time as they could find a land cemetery, the British developed their own ritualised sea burials quite early on.
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