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1. William Eams was born Abt. 1826. He married Keziah (Eams). She was born Abt. 1826.
More About William Eams:
Occupation: 1851, Planter
Residence: 1851, Albert Town, Trelawny
Children of William Eams and Keziah (Eams) are:
2 i. Keziah Eams, born October 1850.
More About Keziah Eams:
Age: December 1851, 14 months
Baptism: December 05, 1851, Trelawny (Source: B0013 Jamaica Parish Register New Series III, 1849-1854, p. 53, #151.)
Residence: 1851, Albert Town, Trelawny
3 ii. Midera Eams, born October 1851.
More About Midera Eams:
Age: December 1851, 2 months
Baptism: December 05, 1851, Trelawny (Source: B013 Jamaica Parish Register New Series III, p 53, Age 2 months.)
Residence: 1851, Albert Town, Trelawny.
1. Archibald Earl was born Abt. 1820. He married Sarah Ann (Earl). She was born Abt. 1820.
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Child of Archibald Earl and Sarah (Earl) is:
2 i. Rosa Earl, born Bef. June 22, 1845.
More About Rosa Earl:
Baptism: June 22, 1845, Trelawny (Source: B0015 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms VIII and IX, 1840-1851, IX, p. 406.)
1. Edward Earl was born Abt. 1832. He married Jane Burke May 13, 1857 in Trelawny (Source: B0051 Jamaica Parish Register Marriages VIa, VIb, VIII 1841-1871, VIb, p. 61 #5.). She was born Abt. 1832.
More About Edward Earl:
Residence: 1857, Trelawny
More About Jane Burke:
Residence: 1857, Trelawny
More About Edward Earl and Jane Burke:
Marriage Fact: Marriage performed by curate of St. Ann
1. Robert Earl died January 1821.
More About Robert Earl:
Burial: January 25, 1821, St. James (Source: B0055 St. James Parish Register I & II, 1770-1825 (Baptisms to 1841), II, p. 385.)
Residence: of Chichester, Sussex, England
1. Robert William Earl was born 1855. He married Catherine Donaldson December 17, 1879 in Falmouth, Trelawny (Source: B0052 Jamaica Law 6 Marriages IV, 1876-1880, p. 232.). She was born 1860.
More About Robert William Earl:
Age: 1879, 24 years
Residence: Falmouth, Trelawny
More About Catherine Donaldson:
Age: 1879, 19 years
More About Robert Earl and Catherine Donaldson:
Marriage banns: 1879
1. William Earl died September 27, 1812.
Notes for William Earl:
He was buried in the evening of the day he died, attended by a party of the Rifle Corps of which he was a member.
More About William Earl:
Burial: September 27, 1812, Hanover (Source: B0054 Hanover Parish Register Index and BMB I, 1725-1825, p. 133.)
Occupation: 1812, Member of Rifle Corps.
1. John Earle was born Abt. 1810. He married Ann Katherine (Earle). She was born Abt. 1810.
More About John Earle:
Addressed as: Esquire
Residence: 1833, Mount Olivet, St. Elizabeth
Child of John Earle and Ann (Earle) is:
2 i. Fanny Davy Earle, born June 24, 1833.
More About Fanny Davy Earle:
Baptism: April 08, 1835, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, III, p. 2.)
Residence: 1835, Mount Olivet, St. Elizabeth.
1. Anne Burke Early was born Bef. July 28, 1798 (Source: B0005 St. Ann Parish Register BMB Vol IV, 1765-1826, p. 87.).
More About Anne Burke Early:
Christening: July 28, 1798, St. Ann (Source: B005 St. Ann Parish Register IV, p. 87.)
Race/nationality/color: Mulatto girl
1. Stephen Eason was born 1827.
More About Stephen Eason:
Age: 1854, 27 years
Baptism: August 13, 1854, Hanover (Source: B0001 Jamaica Parish Register New Series Baptisms VIIb & VIII, 1852-1857, VII, p. 464 #212.)
Occupation: 1854, Laborer
Residence: 1854, Saxham, Hanover
1. William Eason was born 1829. He married Rebecca Gardiner December 26, 1879 in Westmoreland (Source: B0052 Jamaica Law 6 Marriages IV, 1876-1880, p. 242.). She was born 1839.
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Marriage Notes for William Eason and Rebecca Gardiner:
Bachelor/spinster. Both by X. By banns.
1. John Easson was born Abt. 1776. He married Mary Fleming March 29, 1801 in St. Ann (Source: B0005 St. Ann Parish Register BMB Vol IV, 1765-1826, p. 116.). She was born Abt. 1776.
More About John Easson:
Residence: 1801, Trelawny
More About Mary Fleming:
Residence: 1801, St. Ann
1. John Easson was born Abt. 1801. He married Eliza Easson March 1826 in Copse Estate, Hanover. She was born Abt. 1801.
More About John Easson:
Religion: Bef. 1841, Dissenter
More About Eliza Easson:
Marriage Notes for John Easson and Eliza Easson:
Remarried at Knockalva Chapel, Hanover January 18, 1841, to legalize their Dissenter Marriage. The record lists 4 children.
More About John Easson and Eliza Easson:
Marriage Fact: January 18, 1841, remarried Anglican church
Children of John Easson and Eliza Easson are:
2 i. Mary Spence Easson, born November 20, 1831.
3 ii. Jane Easson, born October 07, 1835; died Bef. January 1841.
4 iii. Emilia Easson, born August 25, 1836; died Bef. January 1841.
5 iv. Rebecca Easson, born May 25, 1839; died Bef. January 1841.
1. Alexander Eatney died May 1768.
More About Alexander Eatney:
Burial: May 17, 1768, Hanover (Source: B0054 Hanover Parish Register Index and BMB I, 1725-1825, p. 40.)
1. William Eaton was born 1801, and died December 1846. He married Eliza (Eaton). She was born Abt. 1805.
More About William Eaton:
Age: 1846, 45 years
Burial: December 10, 1846, Lacovia church, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, IV, p. 506 #107.)
Occupation: 1837, planter
Occupation (2): 1842, Schoolmaster
Residence: 1837, Lacovia, St. Elizabeth
Residence (2): 1842, Barton, St. Elizabeth
Children of William Eaton and Eliza (Eaton) are:
2 i. Adelaide Juliana Eaton, born 1830; died February 1833.
More About Adelaide Juliana Eaton:
Age: February 1833, 2 1/2 yrs
Burial: February 09, 1833, Lacovia, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0024 Jamaica Parish Register Burials I & II, 1826-1844, I, p. 297 #5.)
3 ii. William Augustus Eaton, born August 07, 1834.
More About William Augustus Eaton:
Baptism: April 18, 1835, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, III, p. 6 #2.)
Residence: 1835, Lacovia, St. Elizabeth
4 iii. Louisa Ann Eaton, born February 02, 1837.
More About Louisa Ann Eaton:
Baptism: July 02, 1837, Lacovia, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, III, p. 117 #369.)
Residence: 1837, Lacovia, St. Elizabeth
5 iv. George Stone Eaton, born July 19, 1842.
More About George Stone Eaton:
Baptism: November 20, 1842, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, IV, p. 124 #517.)
Residence: 1842, Barton, St. Elizabeth.
1. Albert Smith Ebanks was born Abt. 1812. He married Rebecca Tate June 04, 1837 in St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, III, p. 263 #170.). She was born Abt. 1812.
More About Albert Smith Ebanks:
Residence: 1837, Cherry Garden
More About Rebecca Tate:
Residence: 1837, Pimento Hill
1. David Thomas Ebanks was born Abt. 1829. He married Grace Jane Drummond August 02, 1854 in St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, IV, p. 405 #51.). She was born May 06, 1829.
More About David Thomas Ebanks:
Residence: 1854, St. Elizabeth
More About Grace Jane Drummond:
Baptism: December 11, 1836, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0056 St. Elizabeth Parish Register III & IV, 1835-1859, III, p. 86 #545.)
Residence: 1836, Breadnut Valley, St. Elizabeth
1. Alex Eccleston was born Abt. 1852. He married Maria (Eccleston). She was born Abt. 1852.
More About Alex Eccleston:
Occupation: 1877, Laborer
Residence: 1877, Top Hill
Child of Alex Eccleston and Maria (Eccleston) is:
2 i. Walter Nathaniel Eccleston, born May 03, 1877.
More About Walter Nathaniel Eccleston:
Baptism: August 26, 1877, Trelawny (Source: B0020 Jamaica Law 6 Baptisms VI, 1876-1879, p. 382.)
Residence: 1877, Top Hill.
1. David A. Eccleston was born Abt. 1852. He married Frances (Eccleston). She was born Abt. 1852.
More About David A. Eccleston:
Occupation: 1877, Bookkeeper
Child of David Eccleston and Frances (Eccleston) is:
2 i. David Amos Eccleston, born March 05, 1877 in Kingston (Source: B0020 Jamaica Law 6 Baptisms VI, 1876-1879, p. 136.).
More About David Amos Eccleston:
1. Richard Eccleston was born Abt. 1815. He married Nancy Alloway November 08, 1840 in Trelawny (Source: B0012 Jamaica Parish Register Marriage III & IV, 1838-1855, III, p. 501 #97.). She was born Abt. 1815.
1. William Eccleston was born 1799, and died January 1833. He met Ann Delaney. She was born Abt. 1796.
More About William Eccleston:
Age: 1833, 34 yrs
Burial: January 03, 1833, Falmouth, Trelawny, church yard (Source: B0024 Jamaica Parish Register Burials I & II, 1826-1844, I, p. 164 #2.)
Occupation: 1833, Tailor
Residence: 1833, Falmouth, Trelawny
Children of William Eccleston and Ann Delaney are:
2 i. Anne Eccleston, born December 30, 1821.
More About Anne Eccleston:
Baptism: September 17, 1823, Trelawny (Source: B0006 Trelawny Parish Register I, 1771-1839, p. 125.)
Other facts: "reputed daughter"
Race/nationality/color: Free quadroon
3 ii. John Eccleston, born Bef. January 28, 1827.
More About John Eccleston:
Baptism: January 28, 1827, Falmouth, Trelawny (Source: B0004 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms I & II, 1826-1834, I, p. 129.)
1. William Eccleston was born Abt. 1806 in A. He met Sarah Wilby. She was born Abt. 1806.
Children of William Eccleston and Sarah Wilby are:
2 i. Annette McDonnell Eccleston, born Bef. September 25, 1831.
More About Annette McDonnell Eccleston:
Baptism: September 25, 1831, St. Ann (Source: B0004 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms I & II, 1826-1834, I, p. 357 #294.)
3 ii. William Eccleston, born Bef. September 25, 1831.
More About William Eccleston:
Baptism: September 25, 1831, St. Ann (Source: B0004 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms I & II, 1826-1834, I, p. 357 #293.)
1. William Eccleston was born Abt. 1825. He married Ellen Curar April 10, 1850 in St. James (Source: B0013 Jamaica Parish Register New Series III, 1849-1854, III, p. 232.). She was born Abt. 1825.
Notes for William Eccleston:
Both of Trelawny
More About William Eccleston:
Occupation: 1850, Planter
Residence: 1850, Gales Valley, Trelawny
Child of William Eccleston and Ellen Curar is:
2 i. John Eccleston, born September 17, 1850.
More About John Eccleston:
Baptism: September 19, 1850, Trelawny (Source: B0013 Jamaica Parish Register New Series III, 1849-1854, p. 37 #126.)
Residence: 1850, Gales Valley, Trelawny.
1. Mary Edminston was born Abt. 1811.
More About Mary Edminston:
Occupation: 1836, Apprentice
Child of Mary Edminston is:
2 i. Elizabeth Edminston Miles, born March 1836.
More About Elizabeth Edminston Miles:
Baptism: June 13, 1836, St. Thomas (Source: B0074 St. Thomas BMB II & III, 1817-1841, III, p. 62.)
Residence: 1836, Dumb Castle.
1. ? Edwards
Children of ? Edwards are:
+ 2 i. Robert Francis Edwards, died Bet. 1893 - 1914.
+ 3 ii. (Female) Edwards.
4 iii. Charles Francis Edwards, died Bef. July 1893.
2. Robert Francis Edwards died Bet. 1893 - 1914. He met (1) Caroline French. He married (2) Sarah Pitterson.
Notes for Robert Francis Edwards:
WILL of ROBERT FRANCIS EDWARDS of Manning's Field, Clarendon, "resigning my soul to Almighty God with full assurance that I shall find 'rest' and 'peace' in Him".
To my daughter IRENA EUGENIA EDWARDS that "was begot by me on the body of CAROLINE FRENCH" 2 acres part of my property Mannings Field, Clarendon. I also bequeath to her Pear River Pen in the "Moores" district of Clarendon, and my horses, cows, harness etc, except one breed mare that I give to my nephew JOSEPH FRANCIS. I also give to my daughter my life insurance policy #9157 with London Insurance Co. for £400. If she should die, then to my lawful grandchildren that may be borne in wedlock by my daughter CORDELIA EDWARDS who was begotten by me on the body of SARAH PITTERSON.
To my daughter CORDELIA EDWARDS 2 acres of land and house after the death of my reputed wife CAROLINE FRENCH. To Cordelia my life insurance policy #9158 with London Insurance. If she dies before 21 with no lawful issue, then her legacy goes to any lawful children or grandchildren of my late brother CHARLES FRANCIS EDWARDS.
To my reputed wife CAROLINE FRENCH the remaining half of my money from Building Societies, and the dwelling house with all its furniture during her life.
To my nephew JOSEPH FRANCIS 1 acre part of Manning's Field, to revert to my daughter IRENA EUGENIA if he dies without children.
The trustees are not to disturb ALEXANDER HALL on the 4 acres which he is to hold for 4 years and to return established in coffee.
Executors: my friends NATHAN BROWN of Rock River, Clarendon, and NORMAN DILLINGBECK of Moores District.
More About Robert Francis Edwards:
Residence: Manning's Field, Clarendon
Will 1: July 14, 1893 (Source: B0072 Jamaica Wills 1889, 1914-1923, 1925.)
Will 2: September 22, 1914, Will Book XIII folio 476
Child of Robert Edwards and Caroline French is:
5 i. Irena Eugenia Edwards.
Child of Robert Edwards and Sarah Pitterson is:
6 i. Cordelia Edwards.
3. (Female) Edwards married ? Francis.
Child of (Female) Edwards and ? Francis is:
7 i. Joseph Francis.
1. John Edwards was born Abt. 1842. He married Nancy (Edwards). She was born Abt. 1842.
More About John Edwards:
Occupation: 1869, Settler
Residence: 1869, Maryland, St. Andrew
Child of John Edwards and Nancy (Edwards) is:
2 i. David Augustus Edwards, born April 20, 1867.
More About David Augustus Edwards:
Baptism: August 06, 1869, St. Andrew (Source: B0045 Jamaica Parish Register Baptism XVIII and XIX, 1861-1871, XVIII, p. 473 #166.)
Residence: 1869, Maryland, St. Andrew.
1. John Scott Edwards He married Joanna Williams.
More About John Scott Edwards:
Children of John Edwards and Joanna Williams are:
2 i. Alfred Benjamin Edwards, died Bet. 1913 - 1914.
Notes for Alfred Benjamin Edwards:
WILL of ALFRED BENJAMIN EDWARDS Schoolmaster of Titchfield School, Port Antonio.
Executors: JOHN SCOTT EDWARDS and ENOCH SOLOMON EDWARDS
To my father JOHN SCOTT EDWARDS £100
To my brother ENOCH SOLOMON EDWARDS £100
To my sister LILLIAN MacKENZIE £40
To my brother MARCUS EDWARDS £40
To each of my brothers WILLIAM THEOPHILUS, JOHN ALBERT, ELEAZER and JOSEPH I give £30.
All the rest of my estate to my mother JOANNA excepting my piano which I give to my niece OLGA EDWARDS.
SCHEDULE [attached to Will]:
Policy in Jamaica Mutual £200
Bank of Nova Scotia £200
Draft on Bank of Scotland £100
Rent of house at New Road Port Antonio
Govt. Savings Bank £10
Personal effects at Port Antonio
More About Alfred Benjamin Edwards:
Occupation: Schoolmaster of Titchfield School, Port Antonio
Residence: Port Antonio, Portland
Will: August 05, 1913 (Source: B0072 Jamaica Wills 1889, 1914-1923, 1925.)
Will recorded: January 29, 1914, Will Book XIII folio 322
+ 3 ii. Enoch Solomon Edwards.
4 iii. Lillian Edwards. She married ? McKenzie
5 iv. Marcus Edwards.
6 v. William Theophilus Edwards.
7 vi. John Albert Edwards.
8 vii. Eleazer Aretas Edwards, born 1880 in Frankfield, Clarendon (Source: Donald Lindo, B961 "Genealogy of Jamaica" CD, 2nd edition 1999.); died February 23, 1963 (Source: B0072 Jamaica Wills 1889, 1914-1923, 1925.). He married Winnie Blanche Stephenson.
More About Eleazer Aretas Edwards:
Occupation: Justice of the Peace
9 viii. Joseph Augustus Edwards, born 1885 in Frankfield, Clarendon , died 1949. He married Sytie Grant 1915 (Source: Donald Lindo, B961 "Genealogy of Jamaica" CD, 2nd edition 1999.).
3. Enoch Solomon Edwards married Lateria Albertha Cocking.
More About Enoch Solomon Edwards:
Child of Enoch Edwards and Lateria Cocking is:
10 i. Lester Constantine Edwards
1. ? Edwin
Children of ? Edwin are:
+ 2 i. Charlotte Louisa Edwin, died Bet. 1870 - 1892.
+ 3 ii. [Sibling] of Charlotte Edwin.
+ 4 iii. [Sibling] of Charlotte Louisa Edwin.
2. Charlotte Louisa Edwin died Bet. 1870 - 1892.
Notes for Charlotte Louisa Edwin:
WILL of CHARLOTTE LOUISA EDWIN of Port Antonio, Portland, Gentlewoman.
To my daughters MAGDALENE JANE the wife of PETER BURKE ESQUIRE and SARAH CHARLOTTE THOMPSON my house and premises in Port Antonio for their lifetime and then to their children PETER AUSTIN BURKE and HENRY NEIL SWIRE except 50 feet in front William Street and 50 ' deep I give to my granddaughter CATHERINE JANE STRIGHTEN.
My niece ANNETTE McKENZIE is to have free dwelling in my house while she remains single.
To WILLIAM MURRAY 1 acre of land called Somerset.
To my nephew DAVID RICHARDS 1 acre of Somerset.
I give to my grandson JOHN FRANCIS CHAMPIERE 5 acres of Somerset.
To my daughter MAGDALENE JANE BURKE land in Titchfield called Derbyshire's Lot.
I give my household furniture, viz:
to PETER AUSTIN BURKE 1 table and crib.
To HENRY NEIL SWIRE 1 center table.
To CATHERINE JANE STRIGHTEN 2 tables.
All the rest to my 2 daughters MAGDALENE and SARAH.
I appoint PETER BURKE ESQ and SARAH C. THOMPSON as executors and guardians of PETER AUSTIN BURKE, HENRY NEIL SWIRE, and CATHERINE JANE STRIGHTON.
DATED 11/28/1870. Signed by X.
Witnesses: J. W. JOHNSTONE and HELEN M. JOHNSTONE.
Affidavit of PETER BURKE, JOHN WILLIAMS THOMAS JOHNSTON and EASTWOOD GORDON OSBORNE SMITH 5/18/1892, before HENRY ATTRIDE J.P. Portland.
Counted by HUBERT LORRAINE DUNNEL (DUMMEL) solicitor's clerk of Kingston 5/26/1892 before T.N. CRIPPS.
More About Charlotte Louisa Edwin:
Occupation: 1870, Gentlewoman
Residence: 1870, Port Antonio, Portland
Will: November 28, 1870, Lib V, Fol 81 (Source: B0070 Jamaica Wills 1894-1903.)
Children of Charlotte Louisa Edwin are:
+ 5 i. Magdalene Jane Thompson, born Abt. 1828.
+ 6 ii. Sarah Charlotte Thompson.
+ 7 iii. [daughter] Thompson.
+ 8 iv. [Daughter] Thompson.
3. [Sibling] of Charlotte Edwin
Child of [Sibling] of Charlotte Edwin is:
9 i. David Richards.
4. [Sibling] of Charlotte Louisa Edwin
Child of [Sibling] of Charlotte Louisa Edwin is:
10 i. Annette McKenzie.
5. Magdalene Jane Thompson was born Abt. 1828. She married Peter Burke March 21, 1849 in Portland (Source: B0040 Jamaica Parish Register Marriage V& VI, 1842-1864, V, p. 254.). He was born Abt. 1828, and died 1904.
More About Magdalene Jane Thompson:
Residence: 1849, Port Antonio, Portland
Notes for Peter Burke:
WILL of PETER BURKE of Port Antonio, Portland, Gentleman.
Being of sound mind and understanding but very sick I declare this my last Will and Testament.
I give to my reputed daughter MARGARET LINSAY 3 acres of land at Anchovy, Portland.
I give 3 acres of land at Anchovy to HORATIO HILL the reputed son of the said MARGARET LINSAY.
I give to ERNEST HILL the reputed son of the said MARGARET LINSAY 3 acres of land at Anchovy Estate.
I give to DAVID, otherwise FRANCIS ALEXANDER HILL the reputed son of HORATIO HILL 3 acres of land at Anchovy aforesaid and direct that these 3 acres be cut off from the property along the line of valleys.
I give and devise that piece of land with the shop and buildings situate at the corner of William Street and the Market Square to my son PETER AUSTIN BURKE and his heirs.
I give and devise to my grand son RALSTON AUSTIN MONTROSE BURKE 50 acres of Anchovy Estate aforesaid including his present cultivation and butting easterly on land in the possession of D. S. GIDEON and on all other sides on Anchovy, to him, his heirs and assigns for ever.
I appoint PETER ALEXANDER MOODIE and PETER AUSTIN BURKE trustees and executors of this my will, and JAMES GREGORY PATTERSON as trustee for RALSTON AUSTIN MONTROSE BURKE.
I give and bequeath my household furniture and personal effects to my son PETER AUSTIN BURKE also my cows Red Woman and Charlotte.
The rest and residue of my real and personal estate I give to my son PETER AUSTIN BURKE.
Dated January 6, 1904.
[signature very shaky]
Witnesses: CHARLES EDWARD EVANS, ALEXANDER SEDDON.
Affidavits July 19, 1904 in Probate, witnessed by __MORDECAI, J.P.
Filed in the Records Office August 6, 1904.
More About Peter Burke:
Addressed as: Esquire
Occupation: 1849, Master mariner
Occupation (2): 1853, Mariner
Occupation (3): 1904, Gentleman
Residence: Bet. 1849 - 1904, Port Antonio, Portland
Will: January 06, 1904, Will Book Lib 9 Fol 404
Children of Magdalene Thompson and Peter Burke are:
11 i. Charlotte Catherine Burke, born June 04, 1851.
More About Charlotte Catherine Burke:
Baptism: July 29, 1851, Portland (Source: B0027 Jamaica Parish Register New Series IV, 1850-1859, p. 225 #219.)
Residence: 1851, Port Antonio, Portland
+ 12 ii. Peter Austin Burke, born September 25, 1853 in Port Antonio, Portland.
6. Sarah Charlotte Thompson
Child of Sarah Charlotte Thompson is: 13 i. Henry Neil Swire.
7. [daughter] Thompson
Child of [daughter] Thompson is: 14 i. Catherine Jane Strighten.
8. [Daughter] Thompson
Child of [Daughter] Thompson is: 15 i. John Francis Champiere.
12. Peter Austin Burke was born September 25, 1853 in Port Antonio, Portland.
More About Peter Austin Burke:
Baptism: November 20, 1853, Port Antonio, Portland (Source: B0042 Jamaica Parish Register New Series VII, 1852-1856, p. 233 #188.)
Residence: 1853, Port Antonio, Portland
Child of Peter Austin Burke is: 16 i. Ralston Austen Montrose Burke.
1. Ann Eliza was born 1788.
More About Ann Eliza:
Age: 1798, About 10 years
Baptism: 1798, Hanover (Source: B0054 Hanover Parish Register Index and BMB I, 1725-1825, p. 95.)
1. William Ell was born Abt. 1808. He married Ann Webb May 25, 1833 in the Episcopalian Church, Elim, St. Elizabeth (Source: B0025 Dissenter Marriage Register I & II, 1818-1841.). She was born Abt. 1808.
1. Thomas Ellephant was born Abt. 1814. He married Cecilia (Ellephant). She was born Abt. 1814.
More About Thomas Ellephant:
Occupation: 1847, Planter
Residence: 1847, St. Catherine
Children of Thomas Ellephant and Cecilia (Ellephant) are:
2 i. Sarah Ellephant, born January 01, 1839.
More About Sarah Ellephant:
Baptism: December 08, 1847, St. Catherine (Source: B0046 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms XI & XII,1846-1850, XII, p. 19 #266.)
3 ii. George Ellephant, born May 05, 1842.
More About George Ellephant:
Baptism: December 08, 1847, St. Catherine (Source: B0046 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms XI & XII,1846-1850, XII, p. 19 #267.).
1. [Male] Elliott died Bef. May 1911. He married Sarah Sophia (Elliott). She died Bet. 1911 - 1914.
Notes for Sarah Sophia (Elliott):
WILL of SARAH SOPHIA ELLIOTT:
of May Pen, Clarendon, widow. I give my Pen known as "The Cottage" situate at Gregory Park, St. Catherine and now leased to Mr. John S. Powell of Windsor Pen, St. Catherine, 1/3 to my daughter GWENDOLYN MAY ELLIOTT , 1/3 to my son ALFRED EDWARD ELLIOTT and 1/3 to be divided between my 4 daughters IDA MABEL LEWIS, AGNES VIOLET GRAY, EDITH IRENE LEDGER, and KATE LEWIS and my son GEORGE ELLIOTT.
Executors: GEORGE WILLIAM MUIRHEAD of Denbigh, Clarendon, and GEORGE ABRAHAM HART Contractor of Kingston.
Witnesses: EDWARD ROBERT CHARLES EARLE and EDWARD M. EAST
CODICIL dated 1/14/1914.
I give my King's Pattern silver marked? to my eldest son FRANK HENRY ELLIOTT, this being my only legacy to him. All other silver and personal effects disposed of during my lifetime.
Witness: WILFRED S. LANGDON
More About Sarah Sophia (Elliott):
Residence: May 1911, May Pen, Clarendon
Will: May 25, 1911, Liber XIII, Folio 379
Will recorded: April 27, 1914
Children of [Male] Elliott and Sarah (Elliott) are:
2 i. Frank Henry Elliott.
3 ii. Gwendolyn May Elliott.
4 iii. Alfred Edward Elliott.
5 iv. Ida Mabel Elliott, born Abt. 1870. She married Edgar Percival Lewis, born Abt. 1863 in Enfield, South Manchester (Source: Donald Lindo, B961 "Genealogy of Jamaica" CD, 2nd edition 1999.).
6 v. Agnes Violet Elliott.
7 vi. Edith Irene Elliott.
8 vii. Kate Elliott.
9 viii. George Elliott.
1. Sir Adam George Ellis died Bet. 1894 - 1895. He married (1) Sarah Barnett Harvey Aft. February 21, 1871. She died Bef. 1878. He married (2) Dame Alice Margaret Chesney Aft. November 04, 1878.
Notes for Sir Adam George Ellis:
WILL of SIR ADAM GEORGE ELLIS Advocate Chief Justice of Her Majesty's Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica.
Commissariat of Edinburgh, extract of Registered Trust Disposition and Settlement, 4/12/1894.
Under the ante nuptial contract of Marriage betwen me and the now deceased SARAH BARNETT HARVEY now ELLIS my late wife dated 2/21/1871, and ante nuptial contract with ALICE MARGARET CHESNEY now DAME ALICE M.CHESNEY now ELLIS my wife dated 11/4/1878.
To MRS GRACE BARR now CHESNEY wife of MAJOR GENERAL FRANCIS RAWDON CHESNEY presently residing in Geneva Switzerland an annuity of £50.
An annuity of £500 to DAME ALICE M. ELLIS [CONDITIONS], and a provisional annuity of £300.
Balance to my children.[instructions to trustees]
Executors: ROBERT ELLIS JAMES DYKES CAMPBELL, GEORGE WALTER DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER WILLIAM DUKE and JOHN PATRICK WRIGHT.
Executor HONORABLE ROBERT CRAIG of Chapelton of the estate in Jamaica.
Counted by EDWARD LLOYD LYNCH of Kingston articled clerk 2/21/1895 before L. H. JONES J.P.
More About Sir Adam George Ellis:
Occupation: 1894, Advocate Chief Justice of Her Majesty's Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica
Will: April 12, 1894, "Registered Trust Disposition and Settlement"
1. Robert Ellis was born Abt. 1807. He met Elizabeth Evans. She was born Abt. 1807.
More About Elizabeth Evans:
Residence: 1832, West Street, Kingston
Child of Robert Ellis and Elizabeth Evans is:
2 i. Eleanor Ellis, born Bef. January 08, 1832.
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Baptism: January 08, 1832, Kingston (Source: B0004 Jamaica Parish Register Baptisms I & II, 1826-1834, I, p. 88 #14.)
Residence: 1832, West Street, Kingston.
1. William Ellis was born Abt. 1816. He married Abeia Lyon March 27, 1841 in the Baptist Church, Holland, Trelawny (Source: B0041 Dissenter Marriage Registers I & II-IV, 1835-1843.). She was born Abt. 1816.
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Occupation: 1841, Wharfinger
1. Henrietta Alice Bancroft Espeut died Bet. 1893 - 1894.
Notes for Henrietta Alice Bancroft Espeut:
Will of HENRIETTA ALICE BANCROFT ESPEUT residing at 1 Oxford Rd, Gunnersbury, Middlesex leave all my estate to my sisters who are unmarried at the time of my death.
Witnesses: RACHEL D. THOMAS 5 Oxford Rd, Gunnersbury, ELIZABETH HELENA SMYTHE 1 Oxford Rd, Gunnersbury, Middlesex.
Sworn in London 5/8/1894.
More About Henrietta Alice Bancroft Espeut:
Residence: 1893, 1 Oxford Road, Gunnersbury, Middlesex, England
Will: August 18, 1893, Lib VI, Fol 117 (Source: B0070 Jamaica Wills 1894-1903.)
1. William Bancroft Espeut He married Bessie Adela Jeanette (Espeut).
Notes for William Bancroft Espeut:
Will of WILLIAM BANCROFT ESPEUT of Spring Garden, Portland, Esquire.
I leave all my estate to my wife BESSIE ADELA JEANETTE ESPEUT and my friend FREDERICK JOHN TUCKER Solicitor of 4 Serle Street Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, England, Esq upon trust for my wife during her life and then to my children.
Witness JAMES C. DARBY, ROBERT -----[illegible].
CODICIL: Now residing at 17 Topstone Road, Earls Court, London. FREDERICK TUCKER being dead, Solicitor WELLESLEY BOURKE of Kingston replaces him as trustee.
Witnesses HELEN B. ESPEUT, LOUISE BALL.
Witness sworn 12/16/1892 in London.
CODICIL 10/19/1892 added ERNEST EDWARD LAKE solicitor as trustee.
HELEN ESPEUT of 1 Oxford Rd Gunnersbury, and LOUISA WATT of 8 New Cavendish St, London, witnesses.
Witness sworn 2/22/1893
More About William Bancroft Espeut:
Addressed as: Esquire
Residence: 1881, Spring Garden, Portland
Residence (2): 17 Topstone Road, Earls Court, London, England
Will: June 15, 1881 (Source: B0070 Jamaica Wills 1894-1903.)
More About Essy:
Occupation: Slave 'belonging to W. Murray Esq.'
Race/nationality/color: Sable woman
Child of Essy is:
2 i. Jane Malcolm, born Bef. 1800.
Notes for Jane Malcolm:
More About Jane Malcolm:
Baptism: November 24, 1816, Westmoreland, at the rectory (Source: B0003 Westmoreland Parish Register I, 1739-1825, p. 215.)
Race/nationality/color: Free woman of color
Residence: 1816, Dundee Estate, Hanover.
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