Pickering, William

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Pickering, William

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William Pickering (1671-1720) was a Salem shipmaster and merchant in the fishery and coasting trades of New England in the first quarter of the eighteenth century. He owned several vessels and employed them hawking merchandise in the Chesapeake colonies and Newfoundland as well as fishing on the offshore banks of Nova Scotia.

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