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In 1781, a private act was passed to entitle his reputed children with Susanna Mitchell to the same rights with English Subjects. Vide Dawes.
Merchant. Buried J. B.H. B. 10, March 1686, that is the 5th of Nisan, 5447, from the Creation of the world.
M.A. Clarendon 1721.
M.A. St. James 1726.
NEDHAM, Col. GEORGE
M.A. St. Mary 1673, St. George 1675. St. Thos. Vale 1677, '8, '86, '88. Speaker pro tem 1686. M.C. 1688.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1730, '31. St. Mary 1740, 45.
NEDHAM, Capt. ROBERT
M.A. St. George 1701, '2, '5, '22, '26. St. Catherine 1702. St. Thos. Vale 1703, '6, '19.
NEDHAM, Major WILLIAM
M.A. St Catherine, 16 Mile Walk, 1673. St. George 1675, '77. Speaker of the Assembly; Chief Justice.
M.A. St Thos. Vale1702, '3, '4, '16, '18. Port Royal 17135. St. George 1731. St. Catherine 1716, '19, '32. Speaker 1718 & 1733. M.A. Vere 1754, '55, '56. Called to the Council 1757.
M A. St James 1722, '26. Vere 1756. St. George1766. Speaker 1766 to 1768.
Coll. Cons. St. James 1773.
Provost Marshal General 1764.
Messenger Assembly 1704.
Clerk Council 1696.
M.A. St., Thomas East 1765, '6, '8, '70. Died 1774.
Chief Justice. M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1688. Called to the Council 1688.
M.A. Port Royal 1711, 1713. (But not qualified )
He was however again returned at the election in 1713, which took place for a member in his room. M.A. St. James 1718, '22. St. George 1719.
M.A. St. John. Died 1724.
M.A. St. David 1731.
NORMAN, Capt. RICHARD
Commander of the Lilly Frigate under Admiral Morgan 1668.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1727, '28, '32.
OLDFIELD, Major RICHARD
M.A. St. John 1664, '7, '77. Asst. Judge Common Pleas St. John 1675.
OLDFIELD, Capt. FRANCIS
M.A. St. John 1704. St. Catherine 1706.
M.A. Vere 1736.
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1756, '61.
M.A. Kingston 1744, '45, '49, '50.
M.A. St. Mary 1677, 82, '88, 1703, '31. St. George 1678, ' 79, '86.
M.A. St. George 1722. St. Ann 1726, '28. St. David 1722, '30.
M.A. St. George 1745.
M.A. St. George 1732. Died K.P.C. 1741; aged 27 years. Stone laid by his widow Anna Petronella.
Coll. Con. St. Dorothy 1777.
M.A. Portland 1765, '75. Died 1776.
Merchant Kingston. His wife died K.P.C. 1724; aged 20 years.
M.A. Vere 1673. Died S.T. 1695; aged 56 years.
M.A. St. Thomas East 1790. Speaker 1799.
Died S.T. 1723; aged 36 years.
Coll. Con. St. Ann 1779.
M.A. St. Thos East 1721, 27.
M.A. St. Dorothy 1768.
M.A. St. John 1756.
Chief Justice. Married Mary Ballard daughter of Col. Peter Beckford. No dates given. ( Archers M.I.)
M A. St, John 1732, '55,'45, '49. Called to the Council 1750.
General St. James Regt. 1780.
Custos St. James 1774. Died 1797.
PALMER, MRS. ROSE
Wife of John Palmer Custos of St. James. Daughter of Rev. John Kelly. Born in the year 1718. Married Henry Fanning of St. Catherine 16, July 1746, afterwards to George Ash of St. James. Again married to Norword Witter about 1753, and lastly to John Palmer in 1767. She died on 1, May 1790 and a Monument was put up in the Montego Bay Church to her memory.
M.A. St. Thos East 1754, '55, '56, '61, '64, '65, '66, '68. Died 1769.
Merchant Kingston. Died K.P.C. 1790; aged 39 years.
Merchant Kingston. Died K.P.C 1710; aged 39 years.
Merchant Kingston 1784.
Clerk Supreme Court Office 1763.
Merchant Kingston 1784.
PARKER, Sir PETER
Rear Admiral 1778. Vice Admiral of the Blue 1779. Resided Greenwich Park Pen Kingston. He was Provincial Grand Master of Freemasons in Jamaica.
Brought before the House of Assembly for having collected Tolls at the Ferry in 1698, notwithstanding that the Law had expired.
Asst. Judge Common Pleas Liguania Dist., 1675. M.A. St. Andrew 1679.
M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1767.
PARKER, Capt. WILLIAM
M.A. St. Elizabeth 1671.
Messenger Assembly 1706.
M.A. St Andrew 1677, '86, '88.
M.D. Spanish Town 1773.
M A. St. Dorothy 1716.
Merchant Kingston 1726.
M.A. Clarendon 1686, '88. Vere 1683, '98. Speaker 1688.
Deputy Andr. General 1764.
M.A. Clarendon 1702, '3, '6. M.C. 1710. Speaker 1706. M.A. Kingston 1707, '9.
M.A. St. George 1749. St. Andrew 1742,'45. Died,175l.
In 1736, a Law was passed for empowering William Peete to keep the Ferry and erect a Toll Gate between St. Catherine and St. Andrew, and taking up runaway negroes. In 1749, the Toll was vested in Trustees for repairing the Ferry Roads.
M.A. Kingston 1783. St. Andrew 1787.
M A. St. James 1679. Died 1682.
M.A. St. John 1686.
Jamaica conquered by Admiral Penn and General Venables on 3, May 1655. Both committed to the Tower of London, but liberated by the Protector Cromwell on making their submission.
PENNANT, Capt. GIFFARD
M.A. Clarendon 1671, '75. St. Catherine 1674. Father of Edward Grandfather of John ( and Jeffrey ) and Gt. gd. father of the first Lord Penhryn. Captain of the Horse Regiment part of a trained band in Jamaica 1670.
Son of Captn. Giffard Pennant,
M.A. Clarendon 1698, Chief Justice 1707. Custos of Clarendon. M.C. 1725.
His wife Elizabeth, daughter of Col. John Moore, and Aunt of Sir Henry Moore, Baronet, died (Chapelton Church) 1735, aged 56 years. Edward died (Chapelton Church ) 1736; aged 64 years. His second daughter Smart, married Rev. William May, died Kingston 1722, from Great Storm, from the fall of a house, Elizabeth, his 3rd daughter, married Henry Dawkins Esqre. Of Jamaica.
Judge Common Pleas, Clarendon 1675.
M.A. Clarendon 1731, '36.
Second son of Edward Pennant, married Bonella daughter of Joseph Hodges 1734, and had two sons, the second of whom (Richard) was created Baron Penrhyn of Ireland in 1783. Dying in 1808, without issue, he was succeeded in his estates by his cousin George Hay Dawkins, who thereupon assumed the surname and Arms of Pennant. Vide Chapter on the Peerage in Jamaica.
Clerk Provost Marshal General's Office 1789.
Attorney General 1760.
M.A. Portland 1745, '49. Died 1750.
PENNY, ROBERT of St. Catherine
In 1762, a private act was passed to entitle his reputed children by Ann Ferrord to the name rights with English subjects.
M.A. Bluefields 1664.
M.A. St. Thos. East 1718, '25. Kingston 1719, '21, '22. St Catherine 1726, '27, '28, '31. Died 1732.
Church Warden St. Catherine. Died S.T. 1714.
He industriously assisted towards re-building the Church.
M.A. St. Mary 1725, '26, '27, '28. St. Dorothy 1731. Died 1731.
M.A. Clarendon 1718.
M.A. St. George 1747, '49, '52.
M.A. Kingston 1732, '35. Vere 1731.
M.A. St. Ann 1730. Vere 1731.
PHILLIPS, Col. ROBERT
M.A. Andrew 1738, '45. Married Eleanor, daughter of the 2nd. Jonathan Gale 1727, died in St Andrew 1759. Col. Phillips died 1763.
M.A. St. George 1677.
M.A. St. Thos. East 1781.
M.A. Clarendon 1664.
M.A. St. Ann 1702.
M.A. Kingston 1778, '81, '87. Died 1787.
Merchant Kingston 1761.
M.A. St. George 1767.
Incumbent of a living in Vere.
M.A. Bluefields 1664, St Elizabeth 1671.
M.A. St. George 1716.
Clerk Supreme Court 1774. Counsellor 1780. M.A. St. Thos. East 1781.
President of the Council. His 2 sisters married. Louis & George Cuthbert.
M.A. St. Andrew 1749. M.C. 1761. M.A. St. Ann 1768. St Thos. East 1770. Speaker 1768, '9, 1775, '8. Died 1778, Vide 'Dalling.' Mrs. Grace Pinnock nee Dakins, wife of Philip Pinnock, who died 1711, O.B.G.H.W.T. was a niece and Heiress of Col. Helliry.
M.A. St. David 1756, '59. Died 1759.
M.A. St. David 1756, '60. Expelled 1760.
Deputy Marshal Kingston 1770. Married Jean, daughter of Samuel Gregory.
Rector St. Andrew 1769.
PORTLAND, HENRY Duke of
Arrived as Capt. General and Governor in Chief, 8, Dec. 1722. Died 4, June 1724. Archer says 4, July, 1726?
Island Secy., Commissary and Steward General 1660.
POWELL, Capt. RICHARD
Commander of The Lambe Sloop, under Admiral Morgan 1668.
Island Secretary 1678.
Naval Officer 1764.
Merchant Kingston. Died K.P.C. 1728 ; aged 37 years.
Merchant Port Royal.
A private act was passed in 1744, to entitle his children and grand children to the same rights with English subjects.
Custos of Kingston. Agent of the South Sea Company in Jamaica. M.A. Kingston 1726, '27, '31, '32, Hanover 1723. Died K.P.C. 1735; aged 52 years.
Capt. 60th Regt. Port Royal 1777.
M.A. St. Dorothy 1749, '70. Died 1776.
Arrived in Jamaica as a Capt. under Penn & Venables in 1655. M.A. St. John 1675, '9. He married Sarah Booth, and was the father of Col. Charles Price, and grand father of Sir Charles Price, lst Baronet. His daughter Elizabeth, married Francis Rose Esqre., of Rose Hall St.Thos. Vale.
PRICE, Hon. Col. CHARLES
M.A. St James 1711, '25.
Married Sarah, daughter of Philip Edmunds Esq. of Jamaica. Died 23, May 1730, and interred in a wood near "Aylmer." His 2 sons and 6 daughters are buried in a Tomb St. John's Church Yard, viz:-
Deborah, died 13, June 1716, aged 2 years
Katherine, died 23, Nov. 1717, aged 7 years
Elizabeth, died 25, Nov. 1717, aged 12 years
Francis, died 10, July 1720, aged 4 months
Sarah died July 1721, aged 14 years
Deborah died July 1721, aged 5 years
Philip died Jany. 1722, aged 3 weeks
E. Katherine died 25, Aug. 1727, aged 9 years.
Col. Price had 3 surviving sons, Charles (1st. Baronet) Thomas and John. Vide Peerage in Jamaica.
PRICE, Sir CHARLES 1st Baronet
Surnamed the Patriot. Eldest son of Col. Charles Price, and Grand son of Francis Price. M.A. St. Catherine 1752, '56. St. Thos. Vale 1732, '56. St. Mary 1756, '61, Speaker 1746, '60, '63. Presented by the House of Assembly with £500, to purchase a piece of plate in testimony of the high sense the House entertained of his conduct as Speaker and services to the public 1763. In 1760, the House voted £200, for a similar purpose.
He was a Judge of the Supreme Court; Custos of St. Catherine, a Major General of the Militia; and in 1768, was called to the Council. He was made a Baronet in 1768.
He died 1772, and was buried at Decoy in St. Mary where an elaborate Monument was erected to his Memory by his eldest son.
In 1752 a private act was passed to enable Charles Price Esqre. "Speaker of the present Assembly" to take up a sufficient quantity of water to be conveyed from a brook called Murmuring Brook, situate at Luidas in the parish of St. John through the lands of divers persons to the plantation of the said Charles Price, called Worthy Park, situate at Luidas in St. John for the turning of mills.
Brother of Sir Charles (1st Baronet) M.A. St. John 1705. Married Anne Moor. Died S.T. 1731, without issue.
Brother of Sir Charles (1st Baronet) Grand father of Rose Price, who was created a Baronet in 1815,. whose Grand son Sir Rose Lambart Price is the present Baronet.
PRICE, Sir CHARLES
(2nd Baronet.) Succeeded his father in 1772. M.A. St. Catherine 1768. Left the Island in 1775, and expelled the House at his own request. M.A. St. Thos. Vale 1779, '87. Speaker 1763, '65. '70, '75. Died 1788, without issue when the Baronetcy became extinct. His wife Elizabeth Susanna, widow of John Woodcock Esqre. died S.T. 1771.
PRICE, THOMAS ROSE
M.A. Portland 1749. Died 1749.
M.A. St Catherine 1761. St. Thos. Vale 1765.
2nd Lieut. St. Mary's Troop 1779.
Coll. Cons. Hanover 1773.
Coll. Cons. Hanover 1767.
M.A. Portland 1787.
PRINCE, Capt. LAWRENCE
Commander of the Pearle under Admiral Morgan 1668, '70.
Provost Marshal 1707.
Island Secretary 1777.
M.A. St. Ann 1711, '13, '16. (But not then qualified) His wife Mary died S.T. 1710, aged 29 years. Her mother died S.T. 1691; aged 33 years.
Provost. Marshal General 1671.
Col. Cons. St. Elizabeth 1707.
M.A. St. James 1695. Vere 1704.
M.A. Vere 1682. Died 1684.
Attorney at Law 1698. M A. St. James 1711. St. George 1711. St. Dorothy 1732.
PUSEY, Col. WILLIAM
M.A. Vere 1765, '6, '8, '70, '81. Speaker pro tem 1782. Died 1783, (St. Dorothy Parish Church.) aged 42 years.
M.A. St. Dorothy 1738, '48, '49.
M.A. Vere 1745. Died (St. Dorothy Parish Church ) 1767 aged 75 years.
PYNE, Capt. John
Commander of the Ship "John of Vaughall" under Admiral Morgan in 1668, '70.
M.A. Hanover 1749.
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