P IS FOR PORT, a sister
Port Bath booklet.
CHILDREN AND YOUTH APPRENTICES IN PORT BATH and old BATH TOWNE.
P is for young Philander a slave sold to Bath Merchant Birkenhead
O is for Ocracoke Pilot Young Miles Gale of Bath
R is for Richard and Robert two young men Apprenticed to Merchant Sparrow
T is for Tobit a young Indian indentured on a Bath plantation owned by Charles Hopton
B is for Boats, Local small craft and ocean going sailing ships
A is for Animals, Domestic and Wild in old Bath County
T is for Thomas, son of successful Bath Merchant Seth Pilkinton
H is for House Servants Rachel Ingoe and her sister indentured by their mother to work in a Bath
I is for Isabella , daughter of Bath’s founding father John Lawson
N is for Nat, Nathaniel Ming an 8 year old English boy apprenticed to Christopher Gale learn Navigation
1716 – Lords Proprietors decree Port Bath a royal seaport town the Official Port of Entry for the British
Colonial Customs Service of North America