Below, a sample of crew rolls with Sabans names on ships calling Gustavia between 1834 and 1860.
Schooner « Duke of Skåne » belonging to the company « HADDOCKS & DINZEY« , 7th May 1834
A total of 8 crew, including 3 slaves belonging to the Captain John SIMMONS. One can see there are 3 crews with Sabans names that are said to be from Saint-Barth.
Sloop « Wasp » belonging to Richard DINZEY, in Gustavia on the 22d June 1833 with 7 crews including 3 slaves, captain Peter SIMMONS.
Sloop « Eagle » belonging to Thomas DARSEY that is also the Captain, in Gustavia on the 7th of February 1834. A total of 8 crews, all said to be from Saba.
Sloop « Friendship », belongs to Abraham HASSELL, and he is also the Captain onboard. Gustavia, 17th March 1834.
Sloop « Meteor », owned by Peter SIMMONS, in Gustavia on the 9th of January 1834
Schooner « Argo », belongs to Henry HASSELL (naturalized) and he also is the Captain. Total 7 crews including one from Curacao. Gustavia 7th May 1845
English Schooner « Alciope » homeported in Antigua with Moses LEVEROCK, owner and master onboard, all crew is from Saba but one from Saint-Barth. In Gustavia around Feburary 1852
English Schooner « Challenge » of Antigua. Captain William James HASSELL, with a total of 6 Sabans and 2 St-Barths. Gustavia, May 1860