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Custos Rotulorum, Hon. Duncan Robertson
Assistant Judges and Magistrates, Hon. William Rowe, John. John Salmon, James Miller, Edward Coke, Robert Watt, Bernard M. Senior, George Maray, W. Finlason, Alexander Thomson, Alexander Dewar, William Ridgard, George Longmore, William A. Rose, Isaac Isaacs, William Turner, J. Boven Wells, John Daughtrey, John Earle, John McClymont, John McDonald, William Robertson, Alexander Moore, John Edward Burlton, Charles Farquharson Cooper, Alexander Cowan, George Daly, Charles Miller Farquharson, John Cuff, Samuel R. Ricketts, esqrs.
Magistrates, John Gurley, Thomas Abbott, George Gordon, esqrs.
Rector, Rev. T. P. Williams
Island Curate, Rev. C. J. P. Douet
Stipendiary Ministers, Rev. J. Kerr, Rev. James Waters, Rev. H. S. Yates, Rev. James Dixon.
Churchwardens, James Miller, John B. Wells, esqrs.
Vestrymen, James E. Burlton, James Mullings, Matthew Farquharson, John Maitland, Theodore Stone, F. Hendricks, Edward F. Coke, John Earle, Alexander Cowan, Michael Myers, esqrs.
Clerk of Vestry, D. Cooper, esq.
Clerk of the Peace and Court, Matthew Farquharson, esq.
Deputy Clerk of the Peace and Court, David Cooper, esq.
Coroner, C. L. Ramson, esq.
Collecting Constable and Inspector etc. of Rum Duties, John Griffith, esq.
Parish Clerk and Sexton, Mr. James Stewart
Beadle, Mr. Thomas Wallace
Health Officer at Black-River, Dr. M. A. Hayn
Harbourmaster, Mr. J. Monteath
Sworn Measurers of Lumber, Messrs. John B. Wells, J. A. Lindo
Distributor of Stamps, A. Isaacs, esq.
Collector of the Transient Tax, J. H. Bravo, esq.
Clerk of the Market, Mr. J. A. Lindo
Pilots, Messrs. Robert Campbell, Thomas W. Tavares, Isaac Townshend, Joseph B. Bennett, John Joseph McCartney
Poundkeepers, Mrs. C. B. Vassall (Spring-Hill), Mr. Thomas Smythe (near Goshen)
Constables, Messrs S. T. Haynes, Joseph Griffith, William Powell, Edward Delaroche, Stephen Dennis, Robert Black
St. Elizabeth Branch
President, Hon. D. Robertson
Vice-Presidents, Rev. T. P. Williams and James Miller, esq.
Treasurer, George Moray, esq.
Secretary, David Cooper, esq.
President, H. R. Wallace, esq.
Treasurer, John B. Wells, esq.
Librarian, Mr. James Middleton
Surgeon, Dr. W. A. Rose
Superintendent, Mr. John Calder
Matron, Miss Eleanor Young
Custos Rotulorum, Hon. Thomas McNeil
Assistant Judges and Magistrates, John Falconer, Henry Distin, Thomas Ricketts Hylton, Paul Steven Samuels, David Mason, senior, Samuel Spence, James Grant, Alexander Fraser, Frederick Cooper, Thomas Jelly, Hutchinson Mure Scott, John Lewis King, Richard Hunt Harvey, Robert Locke, Thomas Drummond, James William Fraser, John McCreath, David Mason, junior, Edward Hudson Clarke, John Haughton James, William Glen, William King, Jno. Whittingham, William Anglin, Aaron Deleon, Andrew Broadfoot, Hugh Anthony Whitelocke, Anthony Rerrie, Peter Hogg, George Gordon, Thomas Abbott, Edward James Young, esqrs.
Rector, Rev. Thomas Stewart
Island Curate, Rev. T. C. Sharpe
Stipendiary Curates, Rev. D. Fidler (Mint District), Rev. E. Galbraith (Carawina)
Churchwardens, Samuel Case, Aaron Deleon, junior, esqrs.
Vestrymen, John Deleon, Thomas Appleby, Ralph Tomlinson, Anthony Munro, John Hewitt, J. Wiggan, Richard Pessoa, Robert Mair, W. S. Grignon, Richard Williams, esqrs.
Clerk of the Peace and Court, John R. Brown, esq.
Clerk of the Vestry, William Williams, esq.
Collecting Constable and Inspector etc. of Rum Duties, A. M. Touzalin, esq.
Deputy Collecting Constable and Inspector etc. of Rum Duties, and Distributor of Stamps, James A. Brown. esq.
Vender of Gunpowder, etc., Charles Braine, Jonas Polack, esqrs.
Coroner, John Falconer, esq.
Solicitor, J. R. Brown, esq.
Parish Clerk, Mr. J. Hewitt
Sexton, Mr. John Seddon
Organist, Mr. George Whildon
Beadle, Mr. James Merritt
Instructor of Apprentices, Rev. D. Fidler
Town Catechist, Mr. James G. Campbell
Keeper of the Church and Court-House, Mrs. Catherine Taylor
Harbourmaster, Mr. Edward Barker
Health-Officer and Surgeon to the Poor House, Dr. Richard H. Harvey
Pilots, Messrs. Thomas W. Tavares, James Blakeney, R. Campbell, Isaac Townsend, William Taylor
Constables, Messrs. J. Thompson (chief), J. Keys, J. Pow, Robert Adcock (town), John Cathcart (Morgan's Bridge district), Daniel Campbell (Little London district), John Whitby (Darliston district), John Gosling (Seaford district), John Campbell (Negril district), Claudius David (Blue Fields district)
Poundkeeper, Mrs. Mary Jelly
Street Warden, Mr. James W. Fraser
President, Rev. T. Stewart
Vice-President, John Deleon, esq.
Secretary, Mr. Richard Williams
Thomas Manning bequeathed property in the parish for establishing a free school, for the maintenance and education of poor children.
Master, Red. Daniel Fidler
Surgeon, Dr. H. Harvey
Superintendent, Mr. J. Tomlinson
Matron, Mrs. N. Tomlinson
Custos Rotulorum, Hon. John Vincent Purrier
Assistant Judges and Magistrates, Alexander Campbell (Lucea), Joseph R. Bowen, George Robert Johnson, William Augustus Dickson, John Campbell, Alexander Grant, John Allwood, James Deans, Frederick Burt Zincke, George Johnson, John N. Dawes, William Henry Cooke, James McDonald, esqrs., Hon. Thomas McNeel, Edward J. Young, Ralph Cocking, James Harris, esqrs.
Rector, Rev. J. Stainsby
Island Curate, Rev. H. W. Gegg
Stipendiary Curates, Revs. W. J. Buckner, C. W. Winckler
Churchwardens, Jacob Lyon, James Wilson, esqrs.
Vestrymen, James K. Binns, William J. Crooks, Alexander Grant, William Brebner, Frederick Spence, James S. Hine, Thomas J. Thelwell, William Brown, William Henry, David Pullar, esqrs.
Clerk of the Peace and Court, William R. Kemp, esq.
Clerk of the Vestry and Distributor of Stamps, Richard Chambers, esq.
Collector of Transient Taxes, John N. Dawes, esq.
Collecting Constable and Inspector etc. of Rum Duties, Thomas B. Allwood esq.
Solicitors, Messrs. Archer and Kemble
Surgeon to the Poor-House, Dr. D. Pullar
Surgeon to the Transient Poor, Dr. William Brebner
Health Officer at Lucea, Dr. William Brebner, senior
Health Officer at Green-Island, Dr. James Grant
Harbourmaster at Lucea and Green-Island, Joshua Hayward, esq.
Parish Clerk and Clock Keeper, Mr. Henry Harvey
Organist, Mrs. Elizabeth Valentine
Sexton, Mrs. M. A. Hemings
Beadle, Mr. William Levy
Clerk to the Green-Island Chapel, Mr. William V. Clarke
Beadle and Sexton to the Green-Island Chapel, Mr. John A. Munro
Sworn Measurers, Messrs. W. Clare, John Dinham, George Reddie, Joshua Hayward, Alexander Malcolm, James K. Binns, John Dickson, W. Clarke, James Caseley, John B. Dalby
Inspector of Roads, James K. Binns, esq.
Head Constable, Inspector of Weights and Measures, and Clerk of the Market, Mr. John Dinham
Keeper of the Court-House, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen
Poundkeeper, Mrs. E. R. Dadley (at Lucea), Mr. William V. Clarke (at Green-Island)
Constables, Messrs. James Crooks, David Connell (at Lucea), John Anderson (at Green-Island), Bisent Serang (at Sandy-Bay)
In his will Martin Rusea bequeathed all his property towards the establishment of a free school.
Master, Rev. J. R. Bucknor
Surgeon, Dr. David Pullar
President, Richard Chambers, esq.
Superintendent, Mr. James Buchanan
Deputy Superintendent, Mr. T. Smith
Surgeon, Dr. David Pullar
Matron, Mrs. Jane Buchanan
Custos Rotulorum, Hon. Richard Barrett
Assistant Judges and Magistrates, George McFarquhar Lawson, Hon. W. Plummer, George Longmore, George Gordon, John Cleghorn, Samuel Cleland Gray, William Heath, John Tharp, Philip Anglin Morris, John Simpson Waite, Samuel Anderson, George Cragg, Lawrence Hyslop, James Gordon, Charles O'Connor, James Fowler, Joseph Carey, William Dewar, Henry Hunter, William Henry Knott, Patrick Spence, Walter Finlayson, Ralph Cocking, William Carnaby, Richard Beecham Facey, Alexander McKenzie, Richard Roe, James Harris, Barnett Isaacs, esqrs. Hon. Thomas McNeel, Hon. John V. Purrier, Samuel Goodin Barrett, Israel Levi Lewin, esqrs.
Rector, Rev. John McIntyre
Island Curate, Rev. J. Smith
Stipendiary Curate, Rev. T. Davies
Churchwardens, William C. Morris, Henry A. Plummer, esqrs.
Vestrymen, William Heath, Joseph G. Jump, Thomas Watson, George L. Phillips, Asher Solomons, John N. Mattick, William O. Dunbar, Joseph Fray, Thomas Reaburn, William Boyd, esqrs.
Clerk of the Peace and Courts, George C. Ricketts, esq.
Clerk of the Vestry, James Gray, esq.
Coroner, Edward Evans, esq.
Collector of the Transient Tax, Thomas Reaburn, esq.
Distributor of Stamps, W. S. Grignon, esq.
Health Officers, Drs. Gordon & Chambers (at Montego-Bay)
Harbourmaster and Clerk of the Market, Thomas Dunn esq.
Printer, Alexander Holmes, esq.
Solicitor, Samuel Sharpe, esq.
Defender of indigent persons in the Petty Courts, Messrs. Grignon & Smith
Collecting Constable, William Stanford Grignon, esq.
Deputy Collecting Constable, Mr. John A. L. Mouchett
Sworn Measurers of Lumber, Messrs. John Gardner, Henry Reid, Thomas Dunn, Thomas Smith, Samuel Manderson, Martin Waite, I. Pulies, John Kerr, Robert Kerr, I. L. Lewin, Lawrence Hill, S. McLachlan, John Lang, Joseph Levy
Parish Clerk, Mr. John Kerr
Sexton, Mr. Iaac Pulies, junior
Beadle, Mr. Joseph Lewis
Organist, Mr. Philip Young
Clerk to Marley Chapel, Mr. C. McGallon
Firewardens, Barnett Isaacs, Alexander Holmes, Thomas Watson, Moses Gedelia, esqrs.
Captains of Fire-Engines, I. L. Lewin, Benjamin Wood, W. O. Dunbar, W. B. Popkin, esqrs.
Pilots at Lucea and Green-Island, Messrs. Alexander Chambers, William Clare, James Graham, Edward Chambers
Town-Surveyor, Philip Anglin Morris, esq.
Keeper of the Public Pumps, Mr. Moses Gedelia
Pilots, Messrs. Alexander Duncan, William Clare, James Garth, Richard Trott, James Wallace
Poundkeeper, Mrs. J. H. Watkins
Head Constable and Tythingman, Mr. W. B. Popkin
Assistant Constables, Messrs. Frederick Saunders, David Gordon, W. Brown, William Hewitt
Crier to the Courts, Mr. Sidney Levein
Keeper of the Court House, Mrs. Elizabeth Walker
Surgeons, Drs. G. M. Lawson and Patrick Spence
Treasurer, T. Watson, esq.
Matron, Miss Eliza McCatty
Master, Rev. Thomas Davies
Governess, Mrs. Elizabeth Bernard
Treasurer, W. S. Grignon, esq.
President, James Gordon, esq.
Directors, Hon. Richard Barrett, Robert Watt, Samuel Anderson, William J. Angus, George C. Ricketts, James Gray, George Cragg, Thomas Watson, Isaac Simons, Richard Roe, James Fowler, Henry Hunter, esqs.
Treasurer, Joseph G. Jump, esq.
Secretary, Mr. W. Anderson
Solicitor, James Gray, esq.
Water Bailiff and Keeper of the Marine List, Mr. Robert Burns
Surgeons, Drs. P. Spence, G. M. Lawson, junior.
Superintendent, Mr. Robert Wilson
Custos Rotulorum, Hon. William Frater
Assistant Judges and Magistrates, Hon. Richard Barrett, William Hine, William Reeves, George Henry Marret, William Wray, William Carey, Robert Neilson, Herbert Newton Jarrett, William Miller, Roger Davis, Joseph Hodgson, John Kelly, Thomas Robert Vermont, Bernard Scharsmidt, Thomas Patrick Kidd, John R. Samuels, Patrick Anderson, James Murray, Samuel Magnus, James S. Lawson, James McLachlan, Joseph Budge, James Dunstone, William Sievwright, Jarvis Minto, Thomas Tennison, Matthew Mitchell, Charles McKenzie, Edmund Bolt Lyon, Theobald A. Dillon, Paul King, Dau. Winter Kelly, esqrs.
Magistrate, Joseph Solomon, esq.
Rector, Rev. William Fraser (rev. J. Stone, acting)
Island Curate, Rev. G. W. Rowe
Stipendiary Curates, Rev. H. G. Lawson, H. Browne
Churchwardens, Joseph Hodgson, John Kelly, esqrs.
Vestrymen, Samuel Magnus, Thomas R. Vermont, Joseph Solomon, George Marrett, John Vernon, William Hamilton, James Gerrard, Montague Salmon, James S. Lawson, Archibald Scott, esqrs.
Clerk of the Peace and Court, William Holder, esq.
Deputy Clerk of the Peace and Court, James Hamilton, esq.
Clerk of the Vestry, Robert Chrystie, esq.
Collecting Constable, Inspector and Collector of Rum Duties, William Dyer, esq.
Distributor of Stamps at Falmouth, John Kelly, esq.
Coroner, Wilkin Cooper, esq.
Collector of the Parochial Transient Tax, Mr. E. Edwards
Parish Solicitor, Thomas Whiteside, esq.
Printer, William Dyer, esq.
Keeper of the Court House, Miss Elizabeth Clarke
Firewardens, T. R. Vermont (President), D. Davis, A. Scott, Edmund Anderson, Ezekiel Edwards, esqrs.
Keeper of the Fire Engines,Mr. Jonathan Smithies
Armourer, Mr. B. Liens
Surgeon to the Marine Hospital, House of Correction, Poor-House and Gaol, Dr. R. Neilson
Harbourmaster, Mr. William Wilkings
Health Officer at Falmouth, Dr. Joseph L. Mason
Poundkeepers, Mrs. Jane Watt (at Duncan's), Mrs. M. H. Gallimure (at Falmouth)
Parish Clerk, Mr. William Fosbrooke
Beadle, Mr. William Henry (at Falmouth)
Organist, Mrs. M. Hodges (at Falmouth), Messrs. William T. Wood (at Rio-Bueno), Jno. Milbourn (at Stewart-Town)
Clock-Keeper, Mr. J. F. Lions
Sextons, Mrs. Frances Gregory (at Falmouth), Sarah Miller (at Rio Bueno), Mr. Julian McDonald (at Stewart Town).
Clerks to the Chapels, Messrs. Edward Higgins (St. Mark's Chapel, Rio-Bueno), J. Whitby (St. Thomas' Chapel, Stewart Town), Thomas Williams (Good Hope).
Master of the Free Schools, Messrs. Edward H. Evans, C. N. Lancaster (at Rio-Bueno), Jarvis Johnson (at Stewart-Town)
Crier of the Court of Common Pleas and Head Constable, Mr. Donald McDonald
Clerk of the Market, Mr. R. W. G. Scott
Assistant Constables, Messrs. Abraham Frizwell, John Petit, George Cadenhead, Alexander Steele, George Bailey (at Falmouth), William Bakehouse (at Rio-Bueno), Richard Case (at Stewart-Town), James McClure (at Duncan's)
Pilots at Falmouth, Messrs. William Wilkings, James Wallace, William Thompson, George McLachlan
President, Hon. William Frater
Superintendent, Mr. Robert Barber
Surgeon, Dr. Robert Neilson
The justices and vestry were authorised in 1804 to raise a tax for the purpose of erecting this hospital, and a corporation formed, with powers to make regulations, and to receive a certain rate per ton from all vessels arriving there, for the purpose of supporting the same.
Collector of the Tax, T. R. Vermont, esq.
Surgeon, Dr. Robert Neilson
Matron, Miss E. Bradley
By an act of the Legislature, 40 Geo. III cap. 29, a company was established, with authority to convey the water from Martha Brae river to the town of Falmouth.
Directors, John Kelly, Roger Davis, Thomas Tenison, Robert Neilson, Joseph Bridge, John Vernon, William Dyer, John Parkinson, John S. Lawson, William Hamilton, William Dawson, Adam Steele, Alexander Holmes, esqrs.
Health Officer, Dr. McCririe
Pilots, Messrs. William Thompson, James Hughes
President, Rev. Robert Thorburn
Vice-President, Revs. John Stone, William Ritchie, George Blyth
Treasurer and Depositary, T. R. Vermont, esq.
Secretaries, Rev. W. Knibb, A. F. Robinson, esq.
Revs. John Vine, Benjamin B. Dexter, John Hornby, W. Ritchie, W. Anderson and James Thompson, esqrs., or Society's Agents for the time being: John Kelly, Patrick Anderson, esqrs. Lieut. Davis, R. N., John Kitchen, I. [or J.] Lawson, John McDonald, John Hewan, William Bodden, William Hamilton, Robert Cron, William Bellinger, John Castello, William Holder, W. Wilson, Joseph L. Mason, esqrs.
The following List of Estates in the Parish of Trelawny, with the Names of the Proprietors and Families residing thereon in 1776, as also Estates settled since that period, was transmitted to us by a Gentleman of that Parish, who obtained it from an highly respectable inhabitant, now in his 87th year. Compiler
Estates in Trelawny, with names of the Proprietors and Families residing theron in 1776
Good Hope, Wales, and Keith-Hall, now Lansquinet, Hon. J. Tharp and family
Merrywood, Holland, Henry Cuniffe and family
Maxfield, Dr. William McDonald, of colour
Irving Tower, James Irving and family
Carrick Foyle, Philip O'Connor and family
Green Park, William Atherton
George's Valley, George Robinson Hamilton
Orange Valley, Herbert N. Jarrett and family
Kent, John Jarrett
Bounty Hall, Tilston, John Simpson and family
Phoenix, James Hardyman
Dundee, James Stothart
Weston Favel, Catherine Harding
York, William Gale
Purgatory, now Green Vale, William Albert
Dromilly, Patrick Hanlon and family
Schawfield, Samuel L. Schaw and brother
Pembroke, John Blagrove
Tern's Spring, now Golden-Grove, John Jarrett and family
Friendship, George Reid and sisters
Studely Park, now Bunker's Hill, Thomas Reid
Unity, William Stevenson and family
Pantrepant, --- Hall, of St. Andrew's, attorney
Cheshire, Alexander McLachlan, lessee
Retreat, Hampstead, H. Barnett, executor
Southfield, William R. James and family
Fontabelle, William Rhodes James, junior
Forest, Mrs. White
Duan Vale, James Campbell
Spotfield, now Kinloss, John Campbell
Lottery, --- Woulfe
Greenfield, Jarvis Gallimore and family
Water Valley, Mrs. Virgo, mother of Montague, etc.
Cambridge, Edward Barrett and family
Hyde Hall, Cossley Hall and family
Long-Pond, Richard Haughton Reid and family
Swanswick, George Hyde Clarke
Hyde, Rev. Joseph Stoney, as trustee
Hampshire, Richard Bissett
Defiance, Thomas Buchanan and family
Maria Bueno, Thomas P. Thomson
Braco, Dr. Charles Gordon and family
Arcadia, Hon. William Barnett and family
Lysworney, James Dyer
Brampton Bryan, B. Edwards
Nightengale Grove, Robert Wilton and family
Barnstaple, William Barnett, alias Smoking Billy
Sportsman's Hall, Hugh Barnett and family
Colchis, Samuel Graves, and family
Vale Royal, formerly Walky Walky, Charles Graves and family
Friendship, William Sterling, alias Beau Sterling
Georgia, Thomas Gordon
Estates settled since 1776
Hague, John Hodges
Clifton, John Stogden
Florence Hall, Brady & Barnett
Orange Grove, John Stogden
Dry Valley, Robert Minto
Spring, John Miller
Stewart Castle, James Stewart
Windsor, Joseph Hardy
Harmony Hall, John James
Lancaster, Thomas P. Thompson
Bryan Castle, Bryan Edwards
Manchester, James Cunningham
Ulster Spring, William Frater
Steelfield, Dr. Thomas Steel
Edington, Henry Shirley
Oxford, George Barret
Covey, Hon. John Tharp
Potosi, Hon. John Tharp, settled by Wedderburn & Lyon
Greenside, Robert McGhie
Grange, John Fowler
Clermont, Dr. Vincent McDonald
Roslin Castle (Shaw Castle formerly), Henry M. Wisdom
Belmont, James Virgo and family
Jock's Lodge, Adam Cuthill and family
Reserve, Alexander McLachlan
Acton, Joel Saville
Gravesend, John Graves and family
Garredu, Henry Cuniffe
Chester, John Simpson for Dunn and Kenyon
Linton Park, Joseph Linton and family
Gale's Valley, William Atherton, attorney to William Gale
Wakefield, John Reid and wife
Stonehenge, Rev. Joseph Stoney
Silver Grove, John Jarrett
Peru, James Scarlett and family
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