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Sibbel Warner Shaler
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Birth: 1751
Death: Apr. 2, 1785
Egg Harbor City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA

Burial site of Sibbel Shaler & her three infant children. She married Capt. Timothy Shaler in 1769. Timothy Shaler was a privateer & master of the galley "Alligator" that sailed out of Chestnut Neck in early 1780's. Their gravesite is "legend" of many stories & is located on the grounds of the Egg Harbor City Lake Park.

Other children included WILLIAM (ca. 1773–1833) consul and writer, son of Timothy and Sibbel (Warner) Shaler, was born about 1773 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Between 1803 and 1808 he was a sea captain; the account of his travels was published as "Journal of a Voyage between China and the Northwestern Coast of America" in American Register (1808). In January 1812 Shaler was transferred from his consulate at Havana to Natchitoches, Louisiana, as an official agent to report on the activities of José Álvarez de Toledo y Dubois. Shaler met José Bernardo Gutiérrez de Laraqv in New Orleans in March 1812 and accompanied him to Natchitoches in April; he encouraged the Gutiérrez-Magee expedition, followed Álvarez into Nacogdoches in May 1813, and assisted him in publishing the Gaceta de Texas and El Mejicano.qqv Apparently Shaler had been instructed to cooperate with the expedition, for he assisted with both time and money. After Shaler left the Louisiana post, he attended peace conferences in Europe (1814) and Algiers (1815). From 1818 to 1830 he was consul general at Algiers. About his experiences in that country he published "On the Language, Manners, and Customs of the Berbers, or Brebers, of Africa" in Transactions of the American Philosophical Society (1825) and Sketches of Algiers (1826). Shaler was again stationed in Havana when he died during a cholera epidemic, on March 29, 1833.

 
 
Burial:
Shaler Burial Ground
Egg Harbor City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
 
Created by: Kathleen Stadtmuller-Gad
Record added: Jan 19, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13069012
Sibbel <i>Warner</i> Shaler
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Sibbel <i>Warner</i> Shaler
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Sibbel <i>Warner</i> Shaler
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- JUDY L.
 Added: Feb. 3, 2011

- Kathleen Stadtmuller-Gad
 Added: Sep. 20, 2010
To remember you and your babies on your angel day
- Kathleen Stadtmuller-Gad
 Added: Apr. 1, 2007
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