BARRETT, William, 1820 Settler

National Archives, Kew CO48/41, 344

Aug 10, 1819

Sir,

I have sent you a few lines to now the perticluars about proceding to the Cape of good hope sir i called here a few days ago i was desierd to send a few lines and i should now the perticulars.

Your Humble Servant

Wm. BARRETT

Please to direct it to

No3 Great Aliss Street

White Chaple

 

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National Archives, Kew CO48/41, 757

Dec 24 1819

Hon. Sir

I homble seleset your kindness to ordar my youngest son to be Vitteld on bord of the Bellaiance transport as he is desipirithed of a Master no I wish to have left him with -wich I am sorry to say he have faild in Business and if I Cannot take the Boy with me he will be Left without a farthar and a home.

Mr. WILSON wish me to say that he have no objection as thare is one in the partay that his wife have Declind go an I and my 2 Sons is a goan and no Dout that thare will be more vackinss (*vacancies) at the Last I hold your Honnor Grant me this Request you will me much oblige my name is Willm BARRETT Senior, Willm BARRETT Junior, Charles BARRETT, that is to go and the Boys name is Robt. BARRETT his age is 12 years

Honbl. Sir

I Remain Your Hbl. St.

Willm. BARRETT

No3 Great Aliss St.

Goodmans Fields

 

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National Archives, Kew CO48/41, 768

Dec 30 1819

Honrd Sir

Mr. WILSON wish me to inform you that thare is a vacant place as Ts. MODEY Do not go and he wish my sons name to stand in his place should your Honour place to have it ordard so I shall be truly thankful the Boys name is Robert BARRETT and my tow sons names that is antard [*entered] is Willm. B - and Charls B. –

Hond. Sir

I Now your Hbbst.

Willm. BARRETT

No. 3 Great Aless Street

Goodmans Fields

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