Although in each instance identification remains uncertain, the additional information offered here (*) may eventually lead to a positive identification, or at least a likely one.

*p. 293 AUCHMOUTY, MISS (1766)

Unidentified. The surname, with multiple variations, has ancient connections with the historic Scottish county of Fife. One possibility would be the Miss Auchmuty whose death is recorded in the London Gazetteer of June 22, 1769): “Tuesday evening died at her house in Park-Place, St. James, Miss Auchmuty, a lady of considerable fortune.”

*p. 346 CRAMMMOND, MISS (1769)

[A typo in the Florida Sterne for CRAMMOND.] Unidentified. One possibility is a Miss Cramond who later married Hugh Inglis, a “Portugal Merchant of Mile-End” (August 18, 1776), described in the General Evening Post (August 20, 1776) as “a young lady of a large fortune and creole by birth.” Hugh Inglis and Mrs. Inglis subscribed to two sets of Samuel Green’s Sermons...

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