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William BLACKLER III
(1704-1746)
Sarah
John CHIPMAN
(1722-1768)
Elizabeth BROWN
(1721-1785)
Captain William BLACKLER IV
(1740-1818)
Rebecca CHIPMAN
(1752-1823)
Captain Francis BLACKLER
(1791-1839)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Mary Ingalls HOOPER

Captain Francis BLACKLER

  • Born: Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Christened: 25 Sep 1791, Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Marriage: Mary Ingalls HOOPER on 30 Mar 1817 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Died: 1839, At sea aged 48

bullet   Cause of his death was Died at sea.

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bullet  General Notes:

Extract from "Genealogical Notes sent by Aunt Lydia Blackler"
Francis Blackler, Esq., born 1791, married 1817 Mary Ingalls Hooper. They had seven children: Mary, Francis, Hannah, Ellen, Martha, William, Lydia.

Extract from "Vital Records of Marblehead, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849: Vol. I -- Births" (1903)

Births:
Francis, twin, son of William and Rebecca, baptized September 25, 1791.
Henry, twin, son of William and Rebecca, baptized September 25, 1891.

Extract from "Vital Records of Marblehead, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849: Vol. II -- Marriages and Deaths" (1904)

Marriages
Francis Blackler, Capt., and Mary I. Hooper, Mar. 30, 1817.

Extract from "Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in Which They Sailed" by Benjamin J. Lindsey (1915)

FRANCIS BLACKLER
Bpt. July 19, 1789.
1811: Schooner "Liberty", 86 tons.
1816: Ship "Recovery".
1817: Brigantine "Chance", 235 tons.
___: Ship "Shylock".
1824: Ship "Java" (S.P.).
1833: Ship "Bashaw".
1835: Ship "Junior".
The "Recovery" visited Mocha in 1798, and is said to have been the first American vessel to visit Arabia. Built in Salem in 1794. Sold to Boston owners in 1811.
1839: Ship "George Cabot".
Ship "George Cabot" of Boston, Francis Blackler, Master, sailed from Matanzas, Aug. 22 last for Cowes, and has not since been heard from. Capt. Blackler and his first officer named Adams, belonged to Marblehead. The crew are supposed to have shipped in different distant ports, as the ship had been absent from Boston a long time. The G. C. cargo of 2400 boxes of sugar, on which, as well as upon the freight and vessel, there was insurance of 75,000. Also 5,000 on vessel in Marblehead.
Salem Register, May 1840.


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Francis married Mary Ingalls HOOPER, daughter of William HOOPER and Mary REED, on 30 Mar 1817 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. (Mary Ingalls HOOPER was born on 16 Jan 1793 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 26 Oct 1854 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA.)




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