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Descendants of Archibald Campbell Blair
Generation No. 1
1. Archibald Campbell1 Blair was born Abt. 1821. He married Mary Griffiths January 09, 1846 in St. Elizabeth1. She was born Abt. 1821.
More About Archibald Campbell Blair:
Occupation: Bet. 1846 - 1850, Carpenter
Residence: Bet. 1846 - 1850, Black River, St. Elizabeth
More About Mary Griffiths:
Residence: 1846, Black River, St. Elizabeth
More About Archibald Blair and Mary Griffiths:
Ceremony by: the Revd. P. Williams, rector
Marriage: January 09, 1846, St. Elizabeth1
Marriage banns: 1846
Children of Archibald Blair and Mary Griffiths are:
2 i. Catherine Campbell2 Blair, born October 30, 1846.
More About Catherine Campbell Blair:
Baptism: July 19, 1847, St. Elizabeth2
3 ii. Homer Blair, born October 20, 1849.
More About Homer Blair:
Baptism: April 19, 1850, St. Elizabeth3
1. B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, IV, p. 338 #2.
2. B0057 St. Elizabeth Parish Register Baptism V & BMB VI, 1845-1871, V, p. 70 #14.
3. B0057 St. Elizabeth Parish Register Baptism V & BMB VI, 1845-1871, V, p. 225 #197.
Descendants of Homer Blair
Generation No. 1
1. Homer1 Blair was born Abt. 1801. He met Catharine Grace Campbell, daughter of Dugald Campbell and Grace Banton. She was born Bef. September 17, 1807.
More About Homer Blair:
Residence: 1830, Appleton, St. Elizabeth
Child of Homer Blair and Catharine Campbell is:
2 i. William Campbell2 Blair, born February 1826. He married Catherine James January 28, 1853 in St. Elizabeth1; born Abt. 1828.
More About William Campbell Blair:
Age: October 1830, 4 years 8 months
Baptism: October 24, 1830, St. Elizabeth by William Hylton2
Residence: 1853, St. Elizabeth
More About Catherine James:
Residence: 1853, St. Elizabeth
More About William Blair and Catherine James:
Ceremony by: Richard Forbes, rector
Marriage: January 28, 1853, St. Elizabeth3
Marriage license: 1853
1. B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, IV, p. 393 #8.
2. B0004 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms I & II, 1826-1834, I, p. 222.
3. B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, IV, p. 393 #8.
Descendants of William Blair
Generation No. 1
1. William1 Blair was born Abt. 1825.
Notes for William Blair:
The parents of William Augustus Blair were not identified at his baptism, meaning that they were unmarried. At his two marriages listed below, his father's name was recorded as William Blair.
Child of William Blair is:
+ 2 i. William Augustus2 Blair, born March 14, 1850; died Bet. 1937 - 1938.
Generation No. 2
2. William Augustus2 Blair (William1) was born March 14, 1850, and died Bet. 1937 - 1938. He married (1) Felecia Parchment Bef. 1905. She died Bef. August 1905. He married (2) Mary Eliza Samuels August 09, 1905 in St. Alban's Church, St. Elizabeth1. She was born Bet. 1867 - 1868, and died 1905. He married (3) Frances Williams January 02, 1906 in Geneva, St. Elizabeth2, daughter of Joseph Williams. She was born Bet. 1867 - 1868.
More About William Augustus Blair:
Age: 1905, 55 years
Age (2): 1906, 56 years
Baptism: December 13, 1850, St. Elizabeth, by T. B. Cahusac3
Fact: Bet. 1905 - 1906, Signed by X
Occupation: 1905, Cultivator
Occupation (2): 1906, Laborer
Occupation (3): 1908, Planter
Residence: 1905, Burnt Ground, St. Elizabeth
Residence (2): Bet. 1906 - 1908, Round Hill, St. Elizabeth
More About William Blair and Felecia Parchment:
Marriage: Bef. 1905
Notes for Mary Eliza Samuels:
There is the death of a Mary Blair in the Index to St. Elizabeth Death Registrations for 1905.
More About Mary Eliza Samuels:
Age: 1905, 37 years
Residence: 1905, Elgin, St. Elizabeth
More About William Blair and Mary Samuels:
Ceremony by: John Rigg
Marriage: August 09, 1905, St. Alban's Church, St. Elizabeth4
Status of bride/groom: Widower/spinster
Witness: R. Buchanan, and Catherine C. Doebrey
More About Frances Williams:
Age: 1906, 38 years
Fact: 1906, Signed by X
Occupation: 1906, Domestic
Residence: 1906, Newell, St. Elizabeth
More About William Blair and Frances Williams:
Ceremony by: Charles Thomas Rickard
Marriage: January 02, 1906, Geneva, St. Elizabeth5
Status of bride/groom: Spinster/bachelor (maybe an assumption by the minister)
Witness: Frederick Vassal, Emma Blake
Children of William Blair and Felecia Parchment are:
3 i. Daniel3 Blair.
4 ii. James Blair.
Children of William Blair and Frances Williams are:
5 i. Ellen Estella3 Blair, born January 23, 1908 in Round Hill, St. Elizabeth6.
Notes for Ellen Estella Blair:
She was not named at the time that her birth was registered.
More About Ellen Estella Blair:
Registration: February 01, 1908, In Newell, by John Graham, present at the birth, resident in Newell. Registrar F. A. Thompson
6 ii. Mortel Blair, born Aft. 1908.
1. BC3130 St. Elizabeth marriages 1899-1909, #212.
2. BC3130 St. Elizabeth marriages 1899-1909, #165.
3. B0057 St. Elizabeth Parish Register Baptism V & BMB VI, 1845-1871, V, p. 258 #768.
4. BC3130 St. Elizabeth marriages 1899-1909, #212.
5. BC3130 St. Elizabeth marriages 1899-1909, #165.
6. BC2315 St. Elizabeth births 1906-1908, KL1911.
Descendants of William Nathaniel Burkett
Generation No. 1
1. William Nathaniel1 Burkett was born Abt. 1870. He married Mary Ann Vacciana Bef. February 1895. She was born Abt. 1870.
More About William Nathaniel Burkett:
Occupation: Bet. 1895 - 1909, Fisherman
Residence: Bet. 1895 - 1903, Revival, Westmoreland
Residence (2): Bet. 1905 - 1909, Brighton, Westmoreland
Notes for Mary Ann Vacciana:
Her name was spelled Marian on Ethel's birth registration.
Children of William Burkett and Mary Vacciana are:
2 i. Lewis Arthur2 Burkett, born February 16, 1895 in Revival, Westmoreland1.
More About Lewis Arthur Burkett:
Registration: February 23, 1895, by father by X in St. Pauls, Westmoreland. Registrar L. W. Tomlinson
3 ii. Edith S. Burkett, born 1897.
More About Edith S. Burkett:
Registration: 1897, St. Pauls, Westmoreland
4 iii. Charles A. Burkett, born 1899.
More About Charles A. Burkett:
Registration: 1899, St. Pauls, Westmoreland
5 iv. Clarence Tilbert Burkett, born October 19, 1903 in Revival, Westmoreland2.
More About Clarence Tilbert Burkett:
Registration: October 24, 1903, by father by X in St. Pauls, Westmoreland. Registrar was F. A. Tomlinson.
6 v. Ethel Almeda Burkett, born April 08, 1905 in Brighton, Westmoreland3.
More About Ethel Almeda Burkett:
Registration: April 15, 1905, St. Pauls, Westmoreland, by Frances Rayson present at birth, resident Brighton
7 vi. Kenneth Alphaneus Burkett, born August 01, 1907 in Brighton, Westmoreland.
More About Kenneth Alphaneus Burkett:
Registration: August 10, 1907, By Jane Burkett present at birth, resident Brighton
8 vii. Ernest Adolphus Burkett, born August 26, 1909 in Brighton, Westmoreland4.
More About Ernest Adolphus Burkett:
Registration: August 28, 1909, By Jane Burkett present at birth, resident Brighton
1. BC3251 Westmoreland births 1893-1895, LE1660.
2. BC3277 Westmoreland births 1903, LE3477.
3. BC3279 Westmoreland births 1904-1905, LE3825.
4. BC3315 Westmoreland births 1909, LE4700.
Descendants of Josias Cork
Generation No. 1
1. Josias1 Cork was born Bet. 1812 - 1813 in England, and died September 26, 1892 in St. Ann's Bay, St. Ann1. He married (1) Paulina (Cork) Bef. 1841. She was born March 1811 in England, and died September 1854. He married (2) Ann Eliza Bennett Bet. 1855 - 1857. She was born Bet. 1819 - 1820 in England, and died April 06, 1874 in the Rectory, St. Ann, on Monday2,3. He married (3) Jean Bruce Gordon (Cork) Bet. 1874 - 1891.
Notes for Josias Cork:
The 1860, 1861, and 1862 Jamaica Almanacs (which provide information for 1859, 1860 and 1861) show Josiah Cork as the Curate for Chapelton, Clarendon, at a salary of £340 per annum.
The 1864 and 1865 Almanacs (providing information for 1863 and 1864) show him as the Rector of Savannalamar, Westmoreland, at a salary of £400 per annum.
He was also found in the Clarendon Parish Registers performing marriages and baptisms from 1845 through June 1863, and listed as an Island Curate. Earlier records were not examined.
The Gleaner for October 1873 reports his conducting a marrage on October 2, as rector of St. Ann's Bay.
He is listed as a Voter in the 1860 Voters List.
WILL of Josias Cork Rector of Westmoreland but residing at St. Ann's Bay in the Parish of St. Ann and doing the like duties as Rector of the Parish Church at St. Ann's Bay by consent of the authorities under legal authority, hereby notify that I am about to retire from active duty on a ... legally provided for a case such as mine..l deem it right at this special juncture to declare this to be my last Will and Testament I hereby revoking all other and former wills whensoever and wheresoever made by me.
My will to be this. I am possessed of property landed and personal. From such means, my funeral expenses are to be paid, which I desire should be plain ...and if money shall not suffice then such portion of my property Kellets in the Parish of Clarendon shall be sold to the amount needed or leaving this property intact then my premises at Saint Ann's Bay may be sold. But, all such lands as I die possessed of and left by me unencumbered, with any and every personalty, I give in equal proportions, my sons having made their place and income in the Island, to my four daughters Paulina Cork Matilda Cork Annie Eliza Cork and Caroline Augusta Cork share and share alike. And I desire that my Executors shall have full power to sell my... property or deal with the same as shall best provide an income for each of my said daughters, or to use and occupy as may be deemed best. My desire is that my executors shall do their best for their sisters so that a sufficient income may be to each.
My executors I name, William Cork my son Collector of Internal Revenure now residing at Spanish Town and my son Philip Clarke Cork Protector of Immigrants now in Europe but shortly expected to return to Jamaica to resume the duties of his office.
My will is thus short, simple, and if possible with full liberty to my Executors to do their best for their sisters after my decease. And should either decease before myself and I do not make another will resulting there from then the survivors shall have in equal proportions the share which would have fallen to ... alive.
Provided however that if either or all marry the children of the marriage or marriages will have the mothers share if mother ....the time of my decease.
My wife, if alive, will have her annuities from Rectors ..... Fund.
Witness my hand and seal this 13th day of March 1891.
Witnesses: Charles Gordon Hay and Ernest Watson
My wife Jean Bruce Gordon Cork is now an inmate in the lunatic asylum Kingston. She will be entitled to her annuities from the Rectors and the Island Curates Fund these funds I direct my Executors should expend for her if still in the asylum. If elsewhere the provisions thus made shall be for her exclusive benefit or use or for disposal by her as may be deemed best.
Witness my hand this 12th day of December 1891.
Kellets, Clarendon, was brought under the operation of the Registration of Titles Law by Certificate of Title dated April 1917.
More About Josias Cork:
Age: 1892, 79 years
Cause of Death: Bronchitis uncertain, senile debility
Fact: 1892, A married man
Occupation: 1839, Catechist with the (Anglican) Church Missionary Society, Woodford, St. Andrew
Occupation (2): 1845, Anglican Clergyman
Occupation (3): Bet. 1852 - 1861, and 1846, Clerk in Holy Orders
Occupation (4): Bet. 1845 - June 1863, Island Curate, Clarendon
Occupation (5): Bet. 1863 - 1864, Rector, Savannalamar, Westmoreland
Occupation (6): Bet. 1873 - 1878, Rector, St. Ann's Bay, St. Ann
Occupation (7): 1878, Insurance Agent, St. Ann's Bay, St. Ann
Occupation (8): 1892, Minister of religion
Registration: September 29, 1892, Death registered by W. Cork, occupier [probably son William Cork]
Residence: 1839, Woodford, St. Andrew
Residence (2): 1845, Mt. Pleasant, Clarendon
Residence (3): Bet. 1845 - 1861, Elma, Clarendon
Residence (4): Bet. 1863 - 1864, the Rectory, Westmoreland
Residence (5): 1878, St. Ann's Bay
Will: November 13, 1891, Codicil 12/12/1891
Will Probated: 18924
Will recorded: 1895, Supreme Court Wills, Lib. 5 Fol. 1494
More About Paulina (Cork):
Age: September 1854, 43 years 6 months
Burial: September 10, 1854, Church yard, Chapelton, Clarendon5
Fact: Buried by her husband, Josias Cork
Residence: 1854, Elma
More About Josias Cork and Paulina (Cork):
Marriage: Bef. 1841
More About Ann Eliza Bennett:
Age: April 1874, in her 54th year
Cause of Death: A few hours of illness
More About Josias Cork and Ann Bennett:
Marriage: Bet. 1855 - 1857
More About Jean Bruce Gordon (Cork):
Residence: December 1891, Lunatic asylum
More About Josias Cork and Jean (Cork):
Marriage: Bet. 1874 - 1891
Children of Josias Cork and Paulina (Cork) are:
+ 2 i. Josias2 Cork, born June 04, 1841.
+ 3 ii. William Cork, born January 1843; died December 13, 1908 in St. Andrew.
4 iii. John Gray Cork, born December 07, 1844.
More About John Gray Cork:
Baptism: January 20, 1845, Clarendon, by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Jamaica6
Residence: 1910, Tenant at Keith Hall, Half Way Tree P/O
5 iv. Paulina Cork, born July 06, 1846; died February 13, 1926 in Mount Olivet, St. Ann7.
Notes for Paulina Cork:
This is the Last Will and Testament of me Paulina Cork of Saint Ann's Bay in the Parish of Saint Ann, late Secretary St. Ann Benefit Building Society.
I leave and bequeath to my dear nieces Caroline Mary Louise Ashby, Adella May Vandeluer Creagh, Phyllis Heron Westropp and my nephew Oswald George Cork (Son of my brother George Richard Louis Cork now resident in Sydney, Australia) the sum of One Thousand Pounds, which is invested in War Bond (Bearer Bond No. E 065669 dated August 17th, 1917) which is to be sold or surrendered and the amount with the Interest thereon so realised therefrom equally divided between them, share and share alike.
Any cash standing at my credit on shares in the St. Ann Benefit Building Society, in the Bank of Nova Scotia, any cash as may be realised from any Security or Securities held by me, and any moneys that might be due and owing to me as well as any other of my Estate real or personal to be equally divided among my three sisters Matilda Cork, Annie Eliza Cork and Caroline Augusta Cork after all my just debts and funeral expenses are paid.
I revoke all former Wills and Testamentary Documents heretofore made by me and I appoint Philip Clarke Cork of Barbican, St. Andrew and Ernest George Watson of St. Ann's Bay as the Executors of this my last Will and Testament.
Witnesses: Josephine E. Mair and Nellie Thomas
More About Paulina Cork:
Age: February 1926, 79 years
Baptism: December 09, 1846, Clarendon8
Cause of Death: Heart failure and cerebral haemorrhage
Fact: 1926, Spinster
Occupation: 1926, Secretary Sr. Ann Benefit Building Society
Registration: February 25, 1926, By Josephine Mair, present at death, resident Market Street, St. Ann's Bay
Residence: 1910, St. Ann's Bay, St. Ann
Will: March 27, 1925
Will recorded: April 17, 1926, Lib. 21 Fol. 2009
6 v. Charles Cork, born March 03, 1848.
More About Charles Cork:
Baptism: October 1848, Clarendon by Josias Cork, Island Curate10
+ 7 vi. George Richard Louis Cork, born 1849.
8 vii. Matilda Cork, born December 02, 1851.
More About Matilda Cork:
Baptism: January 01, 1852, Clarendon 11
9 viii. Philip Clarke Cork, born January 17, 1854. He married Mary Druce Heron; born January 10, 1861 in Manchester12; died Abt. 1944.
More About Philip Clarke Cork:
Baptism: May 04, 1854, Clarendon, by his father, Josias Cork13
Occupation: 1884, Protector of Immigrants14
Occupation (2): Bet. 1909 - 1910, Colonial Secretary, Jamaica
Residence: Bet. 1916 - 1925, Barbican, Halfway Tree, St. Andrew
Children of Josias Cork and Ann Bennett are:
10 i. Alfred2 Cork, born August 11, 1857 in Elma Parsonage, Upper Clarendon15. He married ? (Cork) December 02, 1893.
Notes for Alfred Cork:
The names of his parents were found in the 1916 Who's Who.
More About Alfred Cork:
Occupation: Bet. 1876 - 1913, Clerk and then principal clerk in Colonial Secretary's Office
Residence: 1910, 3 Burke Street, near Musgrave Avenue, Kingston
More About Alfred Cork and ? (Cork):
Marriage: December 02, 1893
11 ii. Annie Eliza Cork, born December 09, 1860.
More About Annie Eliza Cork:
Baptism: February 26, 1861, Clarendon, by her father Josias Cork16
12 iii. Caroline Augusta Cork, born June 10, 1864.
More About Caroline Augusta Cork:
Baptism: September 08, 1864, Westmoreland17
Fact: Baptism by Josiah Cork
Generation No. 2
2. Josias2 Cork (Josias1) was born June 04, 1841.
More About Josias Cork:
Baptism: July 25, 1841, St. Andrew18
Occupation: 1877, Surveyor in Commission19
Child of Josias Cork is:
+ 13 i. Paulina Elizabeth3 Cork, born December 25, 1864; died Bef. 1917.
3. William2 Cork (Josias1) was born January 1843, and died December 13, 1908 in St. Andrew. He married ? (Cork).
More About William Cork:
Occupation: 1891, Collector of Internal Revenue
Child of William Cork and ? (Cork) is:
14 i. daughter3 Cork, born August 11, 1874 in Falmouth, Trelawny20.
7. George Richard Louis2 Cork (Josias1)21 was born 1849.
More About George Richard Louis Cork:
Residence: 1881, in the 1881 British census he was and unemployed lodging with Robert Pereira in England
Residence (2): 1925, Sydney, Australia
Child of George Richard Louis Cork is:
15 i. Oswald George3 Cork.
Generation No. 3
13. Paulina Elizabeth3 Cork (Josias2, Josias1) was born December 25, 1864, and died Bef. 1917. She married Charles Thomas Rickard April 10, 1887 in Saint Michael's Church, Arthurs Seat, Clarendon22, son of Thomas Rickard and Frances Clunes. He was born September 27, 1859, and died February 01, 1918 in The Cliffs, Manchester23.
Notes for Paulina Elizabeth Cork:
There are no parents listed on her baptismal record, indicating that her parents were unmarried.
On her marriage record, her father is listed as Josias Cork.
More About Paulina Elizabeth Cork:
Age: April 1887, 22 years
Baptism: May 26, 1865, Clarendon24
Fact: Baptism by M. C. P. McDonald, Island Curate
Residence: 1865, Little Vale
Residence (2): 1887, Ludlow, Clarendon
Notes for Charles Thomas Rickard:
WILL of Charles Thomas Rickard, clerk in Holy Orders of "The Cliffs" district of Watson's Hill, Southern Manchester, Jamaica, made July 31, 1917. To my eldest son Alfred Josias Rickard and my daughter Mary Jane Rickard I give my property called "Boucher's Tank" in the Watson's Hill District, Southern Manchester, 12 acres more or less to be divided equally. As regards "The Cottage" which adjoins "Boucher's Tank" I hold this place by agreement under which I am to purchase it for £100 in 4 yearly payments of £25 paying interest at 6% until payoff. I pass the interest in "Cottage" to my daughter Mary Jane Rickard. To my beloved wife Margaret Elizabeth Rickard my property which is half the place called "The Cliffs" in Watson Hill district, Southern Manchester. "The Cliffs" consists of 41 acres and is owned jointly by me and Reverend William Thomas Graham. Whatever stock or things I die possessed of is to be divided between my wife Margaret Elizabeth and my daughter Mary Jane Rickard.
Executors: the Reverend William Thomas Graham and my wife Margaret Elizabeth Rickard.
Witnesses: Lottie Graham and William Graham.
Executors sworn January 11, 1922 before St. G. Cooper, acting Resident Magistrate, St. Mary
Copy certified by J. F. Rickard [John Frederick Rickard, bailiff of the Central District Court].
More About Charles Thomas Rickard:
Age: April 1887, 28 years
Age (2): February 1918, 58 years
Baptism: April 01, 1860, St. John, by J. Leslie Mais25
Cause of Death: Diabetes 3 months
Occupation: Bet. 1887 - 1889, Schoolmaster
Occupation (2): Bet. 1900 - 1906, Anglican Curate St. Elizabeth, Plains, Mayfield and 8 mission stations26
Occupation (3): Bet. 1899 - 1909, Anglican Curate St. Peter's Cure, Pedro Plains, St. Elizabeth
Occupation (4): 1906, Marriage officer Geneva, St. Elizabeth
Occupation (5): 1918, Clerk in Holy Orders
Registration: February 09, 1918, in Watson's Hill by Enid Leslie Alexander, present at death, resident at the Cliffs. Registrar E. M. Nash
Residence: Bet. 1887 - 1888, Good Hope, Clarendon
Residence (2): 1889, Labyrinth, St. Mary
Residence (3): Bet. 1899 - 1909, St. Elizabeth
Residence (4): 1910, Watson Hill, Manchester
Residence (5): July 1917, "The Cliffs", Watson's Hill district, Manchester
Will: July 31, 1917
Will recorded: February 24, 1922, Resident Magistrate Wills, New Series 15 folio 389 #2755 of 1921-192227
More About Charles Rickard and Paulina Cork:
Ceremony by: Edward Augustus Hill
Marriage: April 10, 1887, Saint Michael's Church, Arthurs Seat, Clarendon28
Status of bride/groom: Spinster/bachelor
Witness: A. A. H. Graham and Elizabeth McDonald
Children of Paulina Cork and Charles Rickard are:
16 i. Alfred Josias [Josiah]4 Rickard, born January 24, 1888 in Good Hope, Clarendon29.
More About Alfred Josias [Josiah] Rickard:
Registration: January 27, 1888, Birth registered in Crofts, Clarendon, by father
17 ii. Charles Graham Rickard, born May 31, 1889 in Look Out, Clarendon30.
More About Charles Graham Rickard:
Registration: July 29, 1889, By mother who signed
1. BC1356 Deaths in St. Ann 1891-1892, GA1321.
2. B136 "Who's Who in Jamaica" 1916, p. 30.
3. "B222 Falmouth Post," Friday, April 10, 1854, p. 2.
4. B0070 Jamaica Supreme Court Wills 1892-1903, Item 2 #30.
5. B0060 Jamaica Parish Register New Series I, 1848-1861, p. 183 #27.
6. B0049 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms X, 1844-1849, X, p. 14 #108.
7. BC4250 St. Ann deaths 1926-1927, GA8199.
8. B0049 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms X, 1844-1849, p. 41.
9. B0067 Jamaica Supreme Court Wills 1924, 1926-1930.
10. B0049 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms X, 1844-1849, p. 79.
11. B0028 Jamaica Parish Register New Series V & VI, 1849-1862, VI, p. 34 #204.
12. B0044 Jamaica Parish Register Baptism XVI & XVII, 1863-1871, XVI, p. 181.
13. B0028 Jamaica Parish Register New Series V & VI, 1849-1862, VI, p. 83 #188.
14. B136 "Who's Who in Jamaica" 1916.
15. B136 "Who's Who in Jamaica" 1916, p 30.
16. B0031 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms XIII-XIV, 1859-1866, XIII, p. 284 #140.
17. B0043 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms XV, 1861-1867, p. 97 #146.
18. B0026 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms VII & VIII, 1840-1848, VII, p. 504.
19. Higman, B. W., B172 "Jamaica Surveyed", (Kingston, Institute of Jamaica Publications Ltd., 1988), p. 294.
20. "B126 The Gleaner," 8/1874.
21. B0067 Jamaica Supreme Court Wills 1924, 1926-1930, Lib 21, Folio 200, Mentioned in the Will of his sister Paulina Cork.
22. BC2608 Clarendon marriages 1880-1890, #54, 1887.
23. BC2126 Manchester deaths 1918, IK1273.
24. B0044 Jamaica Parish Register Baptism XVI & XVII, 1863-1871, XVI, p. 96 #101.
25. B0035 Jamaica Parish Register New Series Baptisms IX & X, 1856-1863, IX, p. 311 #52.
26. T. L. Roxburgh & Jos. C. Ford, B103 Handbook of Jamaica for 1900.
27. B112 Will Books/Original Wills.
28. BC2608 Clarendon marriages 1880-1890, #54, 1887.
29. BC1404 Clarendon births 1888-89, HO50.
30. BC1405 Clarendon births 1889-1890, HO254.
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