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1. M. Dupin
Child of M. Dupin is:
2 i. Achilles Jacques Dupin, born January 30, 1801.
More About Achilles Jacques Dupin:
Baptism: March 22, 1806, St. Ann (Source: B0005 St. Ann Parish Register BMB Vol IV, 1765-1826, p. 145.)
Fact: Baptismal sponsors: Mons. Jacques Picard, Mme. Marie Mialles.
1. Phillippe Armand LeMercier Duquesnay was born December 01, 1771 in St. Domingue (Source: Donald Lindo, B961 "Genealogy of Jamaica" CD, 2nd edition 1999.), and died April 28, 1825 in Jamaica. He married Marie Francoise duVerger.
Children of Phillippe Duquesnay and Marie duVerger are:
+ 2 i. James Urbain LeMercier Duquesnay, died Bet. 1882 - 1883.
3 ii. Philip LeMercier Duquesnay. He married Constance Jamecourt (Duquesnay)
+ 4 iii. Anthony Joseph LeMercier Duquesnay.
2. James Urbain LeMercier Duquesnay died Bet. 1882 - 1883.
Notes for James Urbain LeMercier Duquesnay:
WILL of JAMES URBAIN LEMERCIER DUQUESNAY
To my brother MR PHILIP LeMERCIER DUQUESNAY now in NewOrleans, out of my life Insurance in Jamaica Mutual, £100.
To ALINE BRAGARD £100.
To my nephew THEODORE LeMERCIER DUQUESNAY £50.
To ANN MARY GEORGE known as FLORINE for the term of her life #27 Maiden Lane, and after her death to my natural daughters EUGENIE DEAN DUQUESNAY and MARY GERTRUDE DUQUESNAY.
To CHARLES THEODORE CLARKE my reputed son, all my wearing apparel.
To LAVINIA JOSEPHINE KING premises in Foster Lane bought from Mr. Miller.
I give premises in Fletcher's Land to MARY GERTRUDE and EUGENIE DEAN DUQUESNAY
To my 2 natural daughters MARY GERTRUDE DUQUESNAY and EUGENIE DEAN DUQUESNAY all my furniture and £100.
The residue to be divided between sons of my brother PHILIP LeMERCIER DUQUESNAY and CONSTANCE JAMECOURT his wife and the sons of my brother ANTHONY JOSEPH LeMERCIER DUQUESNAY and CHARLOTTE DEEFOSSE his wife.
Executor: My nephew THEODORE LeMERCIER DUQUESNAY and my friends JOHN ANTHONY BUBB CLARKE and MR JOHN C. FEGAN, and they are guardians with MARY GERTRUDE DUQUESNAY of EUGENIE DEAN DUQUESNAY now under 21.
Witnesses: J. JOSEPH EDWARDS, CHARLES DEAGANTTIS?
Counted by JOHN MUSSON 2/16/1883.
District Will Book I, 372, 2/23/1883
More About James Urbain LeMercier Duquesnay:
Occupation: 1882, Gentleman
Residence: 1882, Kingston
Will: July 24, 1882 (Source: B0069 Jamaica Wills 1883-1891.)
Children of James Urbain LeMercier Duquesnay are:
5 i. Eugenie Dean Duquesnay, born Aft. 1861.
6 ii. Mary Gertrude Duquesnay.
7 iii. Charles Theodore Clarke Duquesnay.
4. Anthony Joseph LeMercier Duquesnay married Charlotte Deefosse (Duquesnay).
Child of Anthony Duquesnay and Charlotte (Duquesnay) is:
8 i. Theodore LeMercier Duquesnay, born 1846 (Source: Donald Lindo, B961 "Genealogy of Jamaica" CD, 2nd edition 1999.); died 1909.
More About Theodore LeMercier Duquesnay:
Residence: 1891, 19 North Street, Kingston
Witness: 1891, Will of Louis A. Bonnefils.
1. Charles Dusard was born Abt. 1853. He married Rebecca Johnstone. She was born Abt. 1853.
More About Charles Dusard:
Occupation: 1878, Planter
Residence: 1878, Old Bethany
Child of Charles Dusard and Rebecca Johnstone is:
2 i. (Female) Dusard, born April 21, 1878 in Old Bethany (Source: B0064 St. Ann Register of Births, 1878-1881, G F 13, p. 65.).
1. Henry Dussard was born Abt. 1821. He married Hannah Chrystie December 24, 1846 in St. Ann (Source: B0051 Jamaica Parish Register Marriages VIa, VIb, VIII 1841-1871, VIb, p. 34 #35.). She was born Abt. 1821.
More About Henry Dussard:
Residence: 1846, St. Ann
More About Hannah Chrystie:
Residence: 1846, St. Ann
1. Isaac Dussard was born Abt. 1854. He married Jane Whittaker. She was born Abt. 1854.
More About Isaac Dussard:
Occupation: 1879, Planter
Other facts: 1879, Signed by X
Residence: 1879, Tooting, St. Ann
Children of Isaac Dussard and Jane Whittaker are:
2 i. Mosella Dussard, born January 17, 1879 in Tooting, St. Ann (Source: B0064 St. Ann Register of Births, 1878-1881, G E 314, p. 2.).
3 ii. Walter George Dussard, born October 22, 1882 in Rock Pleasant, St. Ann (Source: B0067 St. Ann Register of Births, 1881-1884, G F 69.)
1. James Dutereau died July 1793.
More About James Dutereau:
Burial: July 23, 1793, St. James (Source: B0055 St. James Parish Register I & II, 1770-1825 (Baptisms to 1841), I, p. 336.)
Occupation: 1793, Watchmaker
1. Amelia Anderson Dyce was born Abt. 1843.
Child of Amelia Anderson Dyce is:
2 i. Amelia Matilda Moore, born August 01, 1868.
More About Amelia Matilda Moore:
Baptism: April 24, 1870, Portland (Source: B0045 Jamaica Parish Register Baptism XVIII and XIX, 1861-1871, XIX, p. 252 #358.)
Residence: 1870, Swift River, Portland.
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