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All funerals conducted by the Revd. Juan Jacinto Rodrigues d'Araujo, curate of the Roman Catholic church in Kingston.
Alliaga, Rev. Jose Manoel, Doctor of Divinity, born in the town of La Paz and parish priest of the town of Guaviria, of the Diocese of La Paz in the Kingdom of Peru; about 36 yrs. old, resident of Kingston for 5 months, bu 17 August 1810 in the RC church yard. He made no will and received only Extreme Unction because his illness left him unconscious. Witnesses: Francis Rosad, Nicolas Romero, Man. Mox?, B. de Grancio [or Yrancio], Pere Gr. Abbadia, de Bausterie. Pages 166-167.
Almarisa, Jose Nicolas, mariner on board the schooner Isadora, born in Santa Marta, aged 22 to 23 yrs., bu 22 November 1810 in the RC church yard. Page 167.
Bernardo, Juan, free negro, born in Curacao, single, resident of Kingston, aged 53 yrs, bu 31 August 1810 in the RC church yard without making a will. Page 166.
Callisto (prob. Calixto), Jose, born in the city of Caracas, capital of the Province of Venezuela in the Spanish Main, resident in Kingston for many years, died yesterday at 8 am, aged about 40 years; bu 29 ?March (or April, blurred) 1811 in the RC church yard. He left no will but made his confession. Page 169.
Conde, Margaritta, born in the town of city and resident in Kingston for many year, aged about 56 yrs.; bu 3 Feb. 1811 in the RC church yard. She left no will and received only Extreme Unction. Page 169.
De___isa, Maria Gertrudes, born in the island of Curacao, a resident of Kingston for many years, died yesterday at the approximate age of 34 years; bu 30 April 1811 in the RC church yard. Page 170.
de Pulcra, Antonio, born in Valencia in the Kingdom of Spain, according to his passport signed by Mr. Jose Alonzo Ortiz, Consul General of Spain in Great Britain, and Ireland, died yesterday at midnight, aged about 22 years; buried 4 Aug. 1811 in the RC church yard. Page 170.
Flores, Jose, born in Galicia and married in Campeche, aged about 40 years, traveling as a mariner on this island for about 8 years, bu 15 December 1810 in the RC church yard. Left no will. Page 168.
Garmendia, Justo, born in the Province of Biscaia (Biscay) in the Kingdom of Spain, married in the city of Lima to Narcisa de Sol, died yesterday at 4 pm of natural causes, without making a will; bu 15 Oct. 1811. Witnesses: Luis de Agustolo, Jose Budecina Hernandez, Christobal de Achaff, Josef Ant. De la Zenda, Jose Ynda____. Page 173.
Hoyes, Juan Dawson, born in Cuba at Gracias a Dios, married in Cartagena de Indias to Ysabel Sela who was born in the island of San Andres, died yesterday in Kingston at the home of Joseph Levy, aged about 28 years; bu 15 Sept. 1811 in the RC church yard. Page 172.
Joza [or Foja] de Hibernaca, Jose, born in San Carlos (St. Charles?) on the Island of ?Mahon and married at the same place, then resident in Kingston for many years, aged about 55 or 56 years, bu 25 November 1810 in the RC church yard; left no will. Page 168.
Maria Antoinette, born in the island of Curacao, resident here for 5 or 6 years, died at 4 pm, aged about 46 years; buried 18 Sept. 1811 in the RC church yard. Page 171.
Maria Martha, free sambo, daughter of the negro Higlina, born in the island of Curacao, died yesterday at 2 pm, aged about 33 years; bu 20 Sept. 1811 in the RC church yard. Page 171.
Thomas, a free man of color, born in the island of Porto Rico, aged 50 yrs. and resident of Kingston for many years, bu. 23 November 1810 in the RC church yard. Page 167.
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