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FAIRFAX, Major THOMAS
One of the first members of the Council of twelve 1661.
Printer Kingston 1794.
In 1746 a private act was passed to entitle his reputed infant son to the same rights with English subjects.
FARYOR, Captain THOMAS
M.A. St. David 1677.
M.A. Vere 1688, '91, 1706. '7.
Asst. Judge Common Pleas Clarendon 1675. M.A. Vere 1678, '79. Died 1682.
M A. Kingston 1721.
Died S.T. 1684. Aged 33 years.
M.A. Clarendon 1704.
M.A. Clarendon 1719. '28. '36.
FEARON, Hon. THOMAS
M.A St. Catherine 1755, '56, Clarendon 1745, '49, '52, '54, '55, '61, '65, '66, '68, '70. Chief Justice 1764, '65. Speaker ''pro tem" 1764. Died 1779.
FEARON, THOMAS PETERS
M.A. St. Dorothy 1752, '55.
M.A. Clarendon 1761. '65.
M.A. Vere 1757. Clarendon 1770.
Surveyor General 1683.
Acting Surgeon's Mate 79th Regt. 1781.
M.A. St. Catherine 1678.
Merchant Kingston 1726.
M.A St. Mary 1693
M.A; Kingston 1709, '10, '11. St. David 1706.
In 1711 a private act was passed for vesting his Estate real and personal in Trustees the better to enable his securities to pay the sum of £3,800, due from him as Commissioner to the public of this Island.
Deputy Marshal Clarendon 1698.
Deputy Marshal Keeper Cornwall Gaol 1784.
M. A. Vere 1693.
Merchant Kingston, Died 1778. Aged 43 years.
FITZPATRICK, Dr. EDMOND
Died K.P.C. 1732.
M.A. Port Royal 1707.
FOORD, Hon. EDWARD
Merchant, Kingston died St. Andrew's P.C. 1777.
FOORD, GILBERT (sometimes FORD)
M.A. St. Johns 1761. Attorney General 1760. M.C. 1764.
Provost Marshal General 1727. M C. Died S.T. 1729. Age 40 years. He was second son of Sir David Forbes of Newhall Co., Edinburgh Scotland, where he wan born.
Deputy Marshal Westmoreland 1763.
M.A. St. John 1713, '24, '26, '27, '28, '32, St. Thomas Vale 1722. St. Ann 1731. Died1733.
M.A. St John 1702, '7.
Commander of the Forces in Jamaica in 1655.
FOSTER, Dr. GEORGE
Chaplain Assembly 1698. He was asked by the Assembly to furnish a copy of his Sermon. He refused doing so, his modesty not permitting him.
Merchant Kingston 1726. M.A. St. .Elizabeth 1722, '31. Died 1731. The Fosters of St. Elizabeth were connected with Dr. Henry Barham
M.A. Portland 1761. Died K.P.C. 1768. Aged 55 years.
M.A. St. Mary 1677, '79. Died 1682.
M.A. Kingston 1695.
FRANCKEN, HENRY ANDREW
Marshal V.A. Court, 1762.
FRASER, JOHN HUTCHINSON
M A. Port Royal 1789, '90.
M.A St. Thomas East 1716, '19.
One of the Conquerors of the Island. M.A. Old Harbour 1663. St. Catherine 1671. Died S.T. 1692.
FREEMAN, Captain JOHN
M.A. St. John 1694, '95. 1701, '4. Married Katherine daughter of Captain Richard Guy of St. Johns.
FREEMAN, JOHN COPE
Descended from Col. Thomas Freeman. A daughter "Stella" married Admiral Allen of the British Fleet.
FREEMAN, Lieut.-Col. MARMADUKE
M. A. Port Royal 1698, 1701. St. Thos. East 1702, St. George 1706. Died M.B.C. 1709. Aged 63 years.
FREEMAN, Col. MODYFORD
M.A St. Da.vid 1691. St. Thomas 1693. His wife Meredith and who was a daughter of Col. Edward Stanton died S.T. 1697. Aged 20 years.
FREEMAN, Lt.-Col. ROBERT
M.A. Yakallah 1663, '64. First Speaker 1663. Island Secretary 1671. M C. 1671. Appointed by Sir Thomas Lynch as one of the Collectors and Receivers of Imposts.
FREEMAN, THOMAS (Colonel)
M.A. Guanaboa 1663. Island Secretary 1664. Chief Judge Common Pleas Port Royal 1671.
M.A. St. Thomas 1664. M.C. 1671. Will dated 1680, His wife daughter of Richard Bellthrop Esq., and grand daughter of Sir John Colt, died M.B.C. 1681, aged 30 years. She left 5 sons and 1 daughter; Thomas, John, Charles, Richard, and Howard; and Annie, and 2 sisters. Hester married Col. John Cope, and Margaret unmarried.
FREEMAN, THOMAS Captain
M A. St. Thomas 1703. St. David 1709.
On 24, July 1703, he was ordered to be taken into the custody of the Messenger of the House for misbehaving himself by swearing in the House, and other contemptuous behaviour. He left the Town, and the Messenger was ordered on 27, July, to take him into Custody and bring him to the bar of the House. The Messenger finding that Captain Freeman was evading him reported the matter, whereupon the House prayed assistance from the Governor to capture him. The Governor promised to give assistance, and the Speaker was ordered to issue his Warrant to apprehend him. After some delay during which Captain Freeman continued to evade execution of the Warrant and defied the Messenger, the Governor finally on 28, October, 1703, issued a proclamation requiring all Magistrates, Officers, Provost Mnrshal and his Deputies, and all Constables and tything men to use their utmost endeavours in apprehending Capt. Freeman and delivering him into the Custody of the Messenger of the House. The Assembly was shortly after dissolved by the Governor which put an end to all further proceedings.
FREEMAN, Mrs. ELIZABETH
Died K.P.C. 1728. Aged 50years. Vide "Goad."
Clerk Superior Court Office 1774. Crown Solicitor. Clerk Assembly 1785. Died 1795. Vide "Jane C. Beckford."
FRENCH Major General THOMAS
M.A. Kingston 1753, '54, '55, '56, '61, '66, '68, '70, '81. Custos Kingston 1780. Chief Justice 1788. Speaker pro tem 1781. Died 1783.
Architect St. Catherine 1795.
M.A. St. Mary 1704. St. Dorothy 1707.
M.A. St. Catherine 1735. Called Council 1737. His wife "Ithamar" died S.T. 1738. Aged 17 years. She was a daughter of Richard Mill, Chief Justice.
M.A. St. Catherine 1745, '49, '52, '54, '55. Vere 1740.
M.A. St. John 1790.
FULLER, Col. THOMAS
One of the Conquerors of Jamaica 1655. M.C. 1671. Died at Old Harbour 1690.
Colonel Thomas Fuller, a Soldier of Fortune, under Venables was amongst the earliest settlers in Jamaica. His son Charles (died 1706, aged 29 years ) Married Catherine Maria, second daughter of Colonel Byndloss, 1695, and had a daughter Mary, married 1719 to Edmund Kelly, Attorney General of Jamaica. ( Roby.)
M.A. St. John 1733.
FULLER, Dr. THOMAS
Divine Historian, and Biographer, died S.T. 1661.
M.A. St. Ann 1 768, '74, '81, '87, '90.
M.A. St. James 1678, '9.
Deputy Marshal 1766.
Commissary General 1778. M.A. Kingston 1790.
Adjutant St. Ann's Horse 1779.
Swallowed by Earthquake 1692, and was by another shock thrown into the sea and miraculously saved.
M.A. St. Mary 1707. Port Royal 1709, '16. St. Ann 1718. St. George 1711. Churchwarden Port Royal 1726. He died 1739. Aged 80 years, and was buried at Green Bay.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1767, '68, '70. Died 1774.
M.A. Westmoreland 1722, St. Elizabeth 1726.
GALE, Col. HENRY
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1760, '65, '66. Custos St. Elizabeth. Died 1767. Aged 30 years. Was interred in the Black River Church. His great grand father was Jonathan Gale. His grand father was Jonathan, Custos of St. Elizalabeth, and his father was the 3rd Jonathan.
In 1747 a private act was passed for. vesting certain lands in St. Elizabeth. Vere, and St. Andrew belonging to Jonathan Gale late of St. Elizabeth. Esq., deceased, in Trustees (Woodstock Manning and Sargeant) for sale for preservation of the most profitable part of the Estate of J. G. for the benefit of his only son and heir Henry Gale.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1727.
GALE, Major JOHN ( Uncle of Henry.)
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1731, '32. Married Elizabeth, daughter of the Honble. John Morant who died 1740. Aged 34 years. He died (Vere Church) 1750. Aged 52 years. Archer states that John Gale was also buried in St Elizabeth 1738.
John Gale who died 1743, aged 24 years, was also buried in Vere.
GALE, Col. JONATHAN
Custos St. Elizabeth. M.A. St. Elizabeth 1709, '11. Westmoreland 1721, '22, '25, '26. Died (Black River Church) 1727.
GALE, WILLIAM ( Son of John Gale.)
M.A. St. John 1755, '56. Hanover 1754, '55. His wife Elizabeth daughter of John Morant Esqre., died (Vere Church ) 1759. Aged 31 years.
Coll. Constable, St. George 1766.
Churchwarden St. James 1763.
M.A. St. Ann 1679.
M.A. Kingston 1710,'11.
M.A. St. Thos. East 1736. Called to the Council 1737.
M.A. St. John 1718. Clarendon 1719, '21, '22. Died 1722.
M.A. Portland 1750.
M.A. St. John 1726, '27, '28. '31.
Commander Fort George Portland 1772.
Deputy Marshal 1766.
M.A. Kingston 1787.
M.A. Kingston 1735.
Clerk Assembly 1694, '98, 1702.
Coll. Constable St. John 1779.
In 1768 a private act was passed for enabling him to carry into execution his new invented mill for grinding of sugar canes.
Secretary to Commander in Chief 1772.
Churchwarden Port Royal 1757.
Coll. Constable St. George 1767.
Merchant Kingston 1728.
Merchant Kingston 1764.
Died K.P.C. 1731; aged 31 years. She was a niece of Mrs. Elizabeth Freeman.
GOAD, CAPT. GAYWOOD ( Nephew of Mrs. Elizabeth Freeman )
Deputy Marshal Kingston. Died K.P.C. 1758; aged 45 years.
Secretary to Sir Thomas Lynch Governor of Jamaica. Died S.T. 1691; aged 33 years. He was second son to James Goddard Gentleman of South Marston, Co., Wiltsheare. England.
M.A. St. Ann 1749. Died 1749.
A private act passed in 1733, to entitle John Golding Senior, of the parish of Vere, planter, and his family to the rights and privileges of English men born of white ancestors.
M.A. Clarendon 1787.
GOMERSALL, Col. EZEKIEL
M.A. St. David 1711, M.C. 1726. Died K.P.C. 1734; aged 70 years. His wife died K P.C. 1723; aged 56 years. She was a daughter of Francis Dickenson.
Merchant Kingston 1728.
Merchant Kingston l728.
GOODIN, Major GEORGE ROBERT
The thanks of the Assembly were voted to him for his courage, activity, and conduct in suppressing insurrection of slaves in Westmoreland 1766.
GORDON, JOHN M.D.
M.A. St. Ann 1770. Died 1774.
M.A. Kingston 1736.
In 1760 a private act was passed for enabling Alexander Gordon to carry into execution his projected improvement of water mills and cattle mills for grinding sugar canes.
Lieut. 79th. Regt. Died K.P.C. 1781; aged 37 years.
Clerk Supreme Court Office 1763.
GORDON, Hon THOMAS
M.A. Port Royal 1761, '65, '66. St. Thos. Vale 1768. Attorney General 1766, Called to the Council 1769.
GORDON, Col. WILLIAM
His wife Susanna died K.P.C. 1731.
M.A. St. Thomas East 1726, '27, '52. Kingston 1727, '28. St. David 1761.
Churchwarden St. John 1757. M.A. St. John 1750, '52, '54. Vide Archers M.I. for a history of the family of the Gordons.
GORSSE, JOHN JAMES
of Westmoreland Practitioner in Physic and Surgery. In 1785 a private act was passed to entitle his reputed children to the same rights &c., with English subjects.
GOULBOURN, GEORGE DON.
Coll. Constable Vere 1773.
M.A. Vere 1760, '61.
GOWDEN, JOHN Qy. Ganden.
M.A. St. Ann 1677
Churchwarden St David 1766.
GRAHAM, ALEXARDER [Alexander?]
Deputy Registrar Vice-Admiralty Court 1763.
M.A. St. Thos Vale. Born 1773. Died S.T 1820. He was a son of Alex. Graham, and owner of Tulloch Castle in St. Thos. Vale. He was a large planting attorney. His wife was the daughter of Lt.-Col. Colin Dundus Graham K.W., (i.e. the order of William of the Netherlands). ( Archer's M.I )
Receiver General 1760. M.A. St. David 1765, '66.
Deputy Receiver General 1764.
Receiver General 1764.
M.A. St. Andrew 1752, '54, '55, '56, '61. St. Thos. Vale 1788.
M.A. St. Mary 1787,'88, '90.
Schoolmaster Kingston. Died 1779; aged 57 years.
M.A., St. Dorothy 1777, '81, '87. Asst. Judge Supreme Court 1780.
GRANT, MACKAY & MYERS
Attorneys at Law 1774.
M.A. Portland 1768, '70. Died 1776.
Surveyor St. Catherine 1784.
Attorney at Law 1775.
Clerk Vestry St. James 1768.
M.A. St. George 1745, '47.
GRAY, JOHN (Gray & Hunter )
M.D. Kingston 1768.
M.A. St. George 1745.
M.A. Kingston 1781. Died 1784.
Deputy Registrar Vice-Admiralty Court 1763. Provost Marshal General, 1768. M.A. St. George 1773. Portland 1779. Port Royal 1781, '87. The thanks of the House voted to him for his conduct on giving up the Office of Provost Marshal in advertising for claims by which a sum of £49,495 in his hands was paid out by him in 1773. Died 1788.
Coll. Constable St. George 1773.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1711. M.C. 1720. President of the Council. Succeeded to the Government in Sept. 1735. and again on 12, Feb. 1736.
GREGORY, Capt. MATTHEW senior
M.A. St. Thomas Vale 1693, '94, '98, 1701, '6, '7, '8. St. Catherine 1701, '2, '11. St Mary 1703. Benefactor to the poor. Speaker 1704, &1706. Died S.T. 1715; aged 60 years.
GREGORY, MATTHEW junior, (M.D.)
M.A. St. James 1718, '22. St. Ann 1726. Died S.T. 1779; aged 86 years. Monument erected by his daughters, Mary widow of George Dehany Esqre., and Elizabeth Trower. His eldest daughter Jane married William Lewis of Westmoreland. Died 1765; aged 39 years. She was grandmother of Matthew Gregory Lewis, known as Monk Lewis.
M.A. St. Mary 1716. St. George 1718.
Merchant Kingston. His daughter Jean, wife of Hugh Polson Esq , died K.P.C. 1776; aged 23 years.
Attorney at Law 1775.
M.A. Kingston 1745, '49. Died 1750.
GRIFFITH, Revd. SAMUEL
Rector St. Catherine 1765.
GROVES, Captn. HUMPHREY
One of the first Members of the Council of twelve 1661.
M.D. Spanish Town 1726.
GUTHRIE, Honble. JOHN
Custos of Westmoreland and Colonel of Militia, Married Mary daughter of George Williams of Spanish Town, and of Old Hope, Westmoreland. Died 1739 ; aged 52 years. She married 1741, Robert Delap, and after his death in 1751, was again married. (Archer.)
Died in Westmoreland 1728. His eldest daughter Janet was Mrs. John Hynes, secondly Mrs. Francis Sadler Hals. His daughter Helen was married to Thomas Storer, his third daughter Elizabeth, married first to - Haughton of Westmoreland, and secondly to Major Edward Clarke. (Archer's M.I. )
Clerk to William Smith Deputy Marshal 1780.
GUY, JOHN HUDSON (Chief Justice)
M.A. St. Andrew 1722, '26. St Thos. Vale 1728. Port Royal 1731, '32, '45. St. George 1744. Died S.T. 1749; aged 52 years.
GUY, Capt. RICHARD
M.A Northside 1671. St. Ann & St. James 1673. St. James 1675, '7, '9. He Married 1669, Frances Bedle. Secondly Mary Davenport, 1674. He patented 1,000 acres in 1676, of which Latimer Estate forms a part. His daughter Mary married Richard Lloyd. M.C. 1690, and his daughter Katherine married John Freeman. He died (St. John's Church) 1681, aged 63 years.
M.A. St. David 1766, '68, '70. Died 1779.
GUY, Major SAMUEL
Son of Nathaniel Guy by his wife Dorothy Wood. He married Priscilla Long 1704, and died 1736. O.B.G.H.W.T., aged 56 years.
Coll. Cons. St. Ann 1773.
HALDANE, Bigadier General GEORGE
Arrived as Captain General and Governor in Chief in July 1759. He lived for only a few weeks.
M.A. Port Royal 1673.
M.A. Port Royal 1735, '45. St. Catherine 1732.
A private act was passed in 1746 to entitle his reputed children by Grace Hazell to the same rights with English subjects.
Surgeon St. Thos.Vale.
In 1752 a private act was passed, granting him the same rights, liberties, franchises, and immunities as His Majesty's liege people do now hold and enjoy.
Asst. Judge Supreme Court 1779.
In 1734 a private act was passed for enabling Elizabeth Hall of St. Andrew, widow, executrix of the last will and testament of James Hall late of St. Andrew Esquire, to sell a certain parcel of land in the said parish lately belonging to said James Hall for payment of his debts.
Coll. Cons. St. Andrew 1767.
Receiver General 1760. M.A. Kingston 1764, '65, '66, '68, '70. Speaker 1778. Died November, 1778.
Merchant Kingston 1726. M.A. St. David 1749. Port Royal 1752.
Col. Militia St. Mary 1761.
Capt. Rockfort 1761.
Secretary to the Duke of Albemarle. Governor of Jamaica 1687. Died K.P.C. 1699; aged 44 years.
HALL, THOMAS (Kirk patrick Hall)
M.A. St. James 1752, '56. Seat Vacated 1758. His daughter Mary, married Richard James Lawrence, eldest son of Col. James Lawrence of St. James, and grand father of the present Honble. W. F. Lawrence, M.P. Liverpool.
HALL, Captain WILLIAM
M.A. St. Andrew 1695, '98.
Complained to the House that Colonel Lowe, a Judge of the Supreme Court had told him. that he had served neither God; the King; nor the Country. In answer Col. Lowe said that Captn. Hall did not frequent the Church; refused a Captain's Comission in the Militia; and did not arrest one McGragh for speaking ill of the King. After some trouble the matter was allowed to drop.
Vestryman Port Royal 1725. M.A. Westmoreland 1726, '27, '28, '34, '35. St James 1745, '49, '52. Died 1752. A daughter of his named Mary died S.T. on 25 July 1735; aged 12 years.
HALL, WILLIAM JAMES
M A. St. Andrew 1765. Trelawny 1774. Died 1779. Archer's M.I. gives a history of the Hall family in Jamaica. Vide Chapter on the Peerage in Jamaica.
Apothecary, Kingston. Died K.P.C. 1756; aged 56 years.
HALS, Major THOMAS
Died at Halse Hall Estate 1702; aged 68 years. He was a "Major of Horse" and came from Barbados, with Penn and Venables. He married 1697, Mary daughter of John Rose, of London, but predeceasing her, she married secondly, Charles Sadler, M.C. 1701.
One of H. M. Council in Jamaica. Died at Halse Hall Estate 1737; aged 38 years. Elizabeth widow of the third Thomas Hals, married secondly Benjamin Hume.
HALS, FRANCIS SADLER. Vide Francis Sadler.
M.A. Clarendon 1695. Great grand son of Sir Nicholas Halse of Venlow in Cornwall, England. Died 1702; aged 27 years.
Lieut. of Ye Troop. Died S.T. 1744 ; aged 26 years. He was son of Lawrence Halstead who was connected with the family of Whitgist Aylmer of Jamaica.
M.A. St. John 1706, '09. St. Dorothy 1719. St. Mary 1721.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1694, 1716. He was also connected with the family of Whitgist Aylmer.
M.A. St. Dorothy 1726.
M.A. Pt. Royal 1735.
M.A. St. John 1769, '70. Died 1774.
HAMILTON, Admiral Lord ARCHIBALD
Seventh son of William Douglas Duke, and aime Duchess in her own right of Hamilton, arrived as Governor in June 1711. Lord Hamilton was recalled in 1716.
M.A. Kingston 1738.
Advocate Vice-Admiralty Court.
HAMPSON, GEORGE FR.
M.A. St. Andrew 1761
HANDASYD, Col. THOMAS
22nd. Regt., (afterwards Brigadier and Major General).
Appointed Lt Governor 1703, Capt. General and Governor in Chief 1705.
Died S.T. 1745; aged 27 years. His wife Frances died S.T. 1761; aged 43 years.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1719. Died 1720.
HARDING, Captn. EDWARD
M.A. St. Catherine 1695. Died 1696.
Registrar Chancery 1728.
Lt. Loyal Irish Corps Fort Augusta 1777.
HARMANSON, Captn. JOHN
Commander of "The Endeavour " under Admiral Morgan 1668, '70.
Merchant Kingston 1726.
Merchant Port Royal 1773.
In 1773 a private act was passed to enable William Jackson Esqre., the guardian of Joanna Harper (then an infant) the only daughter and heiress of Thomas Harper late of Port Royal, merchant deceased, to sell a piece of land at Mosquito Point in St. Catherine, part of the estate of said Thomas Harper.
HARRINGTON, Captn. JOHN
One of the first Members of the Council of twelve 1661.
HARRIS, EDWARD Jnr.
M.A. St. John 1721. '22.
Commander Fort George Portland 1773.
M.A. St. Ann 1737.
M.D. Leguanea. Died St. Andrew P.C. 1736; aged 57 years. He resided in Jamaica 44 years.
Merchant Kingston 1726.
M.A. St. Thos. East 1732.
HARRIS, Captn. THOMAS
Commander of the Mary Frigate under Admiral Morgan 1668, '70.
HARRIS, Col. WILLIAM
M.A. St. Thos. East 1698, 1704, '16. Died 1716.
M A. St. Thos, East 1774.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1716.
M.A. St. Andrew 1691, '93. Died 1695; aged 41 years.
M.A. St. Andrew 1706, '11. Kingston 1716.
M.C. 1768. Attorney General 1769. Advocate General 780. Chief Justice 1790. Died 1792.
Attorney at Law. Admitted by a private act 1784.
MA. St. David 1688.
M.A. Kingston 1756, '57, '61, Died 1761.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1774,'81. Died 1783. Married Elizabeth Williams, widow of Hon. Henry Gale, Custos St Elizabeth, 1770.
Coll. Cons. Portland 1773.
Deputy Marshal St. Catherine 1784.
Died at Haughton Court, 1767; aged 72 years.
Two brothers Jonathan and Valentine Haughton with their wives and families, came from Barbados, and settle on the North coast of Jamaica in 1670. Jonathan who was thrice married had by his second wife Mary Dehany of Vere, three sons and two daughters, who intermarried with the families of Brissett and Tharpe &c. (Archer.)
Jonathan Haughton second son of Jonathan, the first settler in Jamaica, married firstly Johanna Violet, by whom he had an only son Jonathan, who was killed by a fall from his horse and 5 daughters, the eldes, Mary married Dr. Wood of Hanover; the second, Sarah, married Col. Edward Chambers of Prosper Estate, in the said parish; the 3rd and 4th Frances, and Elizabeth died, unmarried; and the youngest Rebecca, married John Waller, nephew of John Terrick, Bishop of London.
Jonathan Haughton married secondly Lydia, daughter of Robert: Bowen, of Westmoreland, by whom he had two sons Robert who married 1763, Sarah Garbrand Barrett, died 1766. Richard died unmarried 1779. and three daughters. Elizabeth, married John Patterson M.D., but had no issue.
Rachel, died unmarried.
Lydia, died an infant. (Archer)
HAUGHTON, Col. RICHARD
Eldest son of Jonathan Hanghton.
M.A. Hanover 1726, '27, '40. Died 1741.
Rebekah, daughter of Thomas James, wife of Col. Richard Haughton. Died at Haughton Court, 1722; aged 26 years. Elizabeth his second wife, daughter of George Goodin. died same place 1734; aged 34 years.
HAUGHTON, SAMUEL WILLIAM
M.A. Westmoreland 1763, '65. Hanover 1768, '70, '81. '87, '90. Speaker 1778 to 1793. Died 1793 from a fall from his horse in Spanish Town.
3rd, son of Jonathan Haughton, married Catherine, daughter of Joseph Tharpe of Bachelors Hall. Died 1765; aged 64 years. She died 1775; aged 60 years. Their 2 surviving daughters, Mary and Ann, became his coheirs.
HAWKINS, Captn. FRANCIS
Engineer Forts at Port Royal 1725.
Deputy Marshal Kingston 1759.
M.A. St Ann 1729. St. Thos. Vale 1731. One of the Judges of the Grand Court. Died S.T. 1735.
Clerk, Crown & Island Secretary, 1760. Clerk Council 1761.
HAY, WILLIAM of Westmoreland.
Died K.P.C. 1717; aged 36 years. Vide Peerage in Jamaica.
M.A. Kingston 1722, '26, '27.
Died 1766: aged 30 years. He was buried on Sheckles Estate now known as Sheckles Pen, and the district of Hayes in Vere no doubt named after him.
HAYNES, Captn. JOACHIM
M.A. Northside 1671. St. Mary 1675.
Chief Justice long previous to 1774.
Died 1788; aged 56 years, at Spring Mount Estate. He was proprietor of the Estate.
M.A. St. Ann 1727, '28, '30, '32.
M.A. St. Ann 1706.
M.A. St. James 1711.
M.A. St. Ann 1677, '78.
Chief Judge. Died S.T. 1801; aged 50 years.
M A. St. James 1726. St. John 1723. St. Andrew 1726, '28. Clarendon 1727. Called to the Council 1730. He was Attorney General. Died S.T. 1732; aged 36 years.
Owner of Port Henderson. Commissioner for road from Port Henderson to Apostles Battery 1775. Port Henderson's Springs discovered 1776. Elected Member St. George 1776.
Deputy Marshal Kingston 1779.
HENRIQUES, AARON NUNES
Merchant, Kingston 1784.
M.A. St. Andrew 1730.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1686. His daughter "Bathshua" married Peter Beckford jnr., the Speaker.
M.A. Westmoreland 1711.
Of the City of Bristol. Died K.P.C. 1751; aged 27 years.
M.A. Vere 1688, St. James 1691.
HETHCOTT, Major JOSIAH
M.A, Kingston 1695. M.C. 1701.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1679.
M.A. St. Catherine 1671. Died S. T. 5 July 1672. He married 13, October 1672, Priscilla Haughton who re-married 10, Mary 1675, Col. Edward Stanton. Sir Thomas Lynch reported that he had appointed a Chief Treasurer, Mr. Cary Helyar, who was an honest gentleman and an excellent accomptant.
M.A. St. Ann 1675.
HELLIRY, Col. Vide Pinnock.
Clerk of the Peace, St. Mary 1686.
HEYWOOD, JAMES (Sometimes spelt as Haywood )
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1709. St. Mary 1713, '18, '19. Port Royal 1716, St. Dorothy 1721, '22, '23, '26.
HEYWOOD, Col. PETER. See Haywood.
M.C. 1696. Governor of Jamaica 1716. Married Grace, daughter of Sir James Modyford.
M.A. St. Mary 1688.
Of Saint Ann Esqre.
In 1780 a private act was passed to entitle his reputed children to the same rights with English subjects.
M.A. St. George 1754, '55. Portland 1755. Speaker 1756. Died 1780.
HIBBERT, THOMAS Jnr.
M.A. St. George 1770, '75.
M.A. Kingston 1787, '90.
HICKEMIGILL, Revd. EDMUND
Army Chaplain 1661. Author of "Jamaica Viewed" 1661.
Clerk Council 1687.
Provost Marshal General 1703.
M.A. Port Royal 1686.
M.A. St. Thos. East 1749, '52, '54.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1691.
Died 1756 ; aged 46 years. A Tablet erected in the Kingston Parish Church to his memory states that His Faithful services endeared him to his country and his social virtues to his friends he died a real loss to both.
In 1742 a George Hynde was Provincial Grand Master of Freemasons in Jamaica.
Capt. Militia 1779.
M.A. Port Royal 1698.
Married Bonella daughter of Lt. Col. Barnard Andreiss 1711. M.A St.. Elizabeth 1711. His daughter Bonella, married John Pennant, father of the first Lord Penrhyn. Mr. Hodges died 1787 ( Falmouth Church ); Vide "The Peerage" in Jamaica, name of Pennant. Also Archer's M I. for an account of the Hodges family.
M.A..Vere 1757. Died 1759. Vide Cargill.
Coll. Cons. St. Mary 1777.
Attorney at Law 1774.
Clerk Council 1698.
Vestryman Kingston 1772.
HOLDSWORTH, Major MICHAEL
M A. St. Elizabeth 1691, '93, '95 ,'98. Westmoreland 1703.
Rear Admiral of the white. Died St. Andrew P.C. 1761; aged 50 years.
Coll. Cons. St. Elizabeth 1767. M.A. St. Elizabeth 1773.
In 1776 a private act was passed to entitle his reputed children by Elizabeth Duncan to the same rights &c., with English subjects.
HOPE, Major RICHARD
M.A. St. Andrew 1664. Established the Hope Estate in St. Andrew. No doubt connected with the Elletsons. Sir Roger Hope Elletson. Lt. Governor of Jamaica in 1766, resided at the Hope estate in St. Andrew, then owned by the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos.
M.A. Withywood 1664.
Attorney General 1704. Died S.T. 1709; aged 42 years. He married the widow of Henry Brabant Esq., Provost Marshal General. She died S.T. 1706; aged 43 years. Her first husband was John Childermas who died 1699. Vide Childermas.
Coll. Cons. Trelawny 1733.
M.A. Port Royal 1707, '9, '11.
M.A. St. Andrew 1664.
Provost Marshal General 1766. Coll. Const. St. Thos. Vale 1766.
Shipwright Kingston. His wife Elizabeth died K.P.C. 1779.
Clerk Crown 1759. Clerk Assembly 1768.
In 1735 a private act was passed for enabling Mary Howell of St. Catherine, widow, executrix of Samuel Howell late of the same parish, planter deceased to dispose of divers lands and personal estate, late belonging to him for payment of his debts.
Coll. Cons. Clarendon 1777.
M A. Vere 1695.
M.A. St. Andrew 1718.
HUDSON, Captain THOMAS
M. A. St. Thomas 1698. Port Royal 1702, '3.
Shipwright Kingston. Died K P.C. 1744; aged 44 years. His son Matthew died K.P.C. 1737; aged 3 years.
St. Ann, Planter.
In 1786 a private act was passed to entitle his reputed children by Sarah Fisher to the same rights with English subjects. Vide Craig.
M.A. Port Royal 1735. Called to the Council 1745. Receiver General 1746. Dismissed from that Office, and from his seat in the Council 27, October 1753. He married Elizabeth, widow of the third Thomas Hals. ( Archers M.I.)
HUMPHREYS, F. R.
Lt. Col. 79th Regiment, 1780.
Superintendent of Military Hospitals 1783. Author of "Observations on the Diseases of the Army in Jamaica 1788."
HUNTER, LAWRENCE ( Gray & Hunter )
M.D. Kingston 1768.
HUNTER, Major General ROBERT
Arrived as Governor Feb., 1728. Died March 1734.
Merchant Kingston. Died K.P.C. 1744; aged 42 years.
M.A. Port Royal 1688.
HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM (merchant)
M.A. St. George 1693. St. Thomas to windward 1694, '95. Port Royal 1701, '2, '4.
M.A. Kingston 1704.
Coll.Cons. St. Andrew 1773.
Merchant Kingston 1726. M A. St. Andrew 1735. Called to the Council 1742. His wife was relict of Mr. Henry Hargreaves who died 1729. Mrs. Hyde died St. Andrew. P.C. 1735.
M.A. St. John 1760.
M.A. Kingston 1728. Westmoreland 173l, '32. Died 1734. His daughter Helen married Thomas Beach, died (Chapelton Church) 1771. Vide Sadler.
INCHIQUIN, WILLIAM Earl of
Captain General and Governor in Chief, 31, May 1690. Died in Jamaica 16, January 1691.
Provost Marshal General 1761. M.A. St. George 1765. Supt. Charles Town Maroons 1774.
Governor's Secretary 1777.
Adv. General 1760.
M A. Portland 1787.
Merchant Kingston. Died K.P.C. 1767; aged 42 years. He was with Ralph Preston, from Lancaster Great Britain. Preston died K.P.C. 1772; aged 26 years.
M.C 1766. President Council 1776 to 1796.
M.A St. James 1761, '67, '70. Died 1768.
IRVING, JAMES Jnr. '
M.A. Trelawny 1774, '81, '87.
IVY, Col. GEORGE.
M.A. Vere 1693. St. Ann & Vere 1698. Elected to serve for Vere. St. Ann 1704.
A private act was passed in 1693, to enable him to sell his estate for the payment of the debts of his father William Ivey Esqre., and in 1709, another private act was passed to enable Trustees to sell certain of his land for payment of his debts and for providing for the maintenance education and support of his eldest daughter and younger children.
IVY, Lt.-Col. WILIIAM
M.A. Dry River 1664. M. C. 1671.
M.A. Clarendon 1707, '9, '10, '11, '16. St. James 1721. Vere 1722.
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