Jamaican Family Search Genealogy Research Library
(Continued from French Connections)
1851 Born. 1891 UK census says age 40, born West Indies, Jamaica; the 1901 census says 46, Jamaica; his death cert in Aug 1905 says 54 i.e. born 1851 The Freemasons say aged 25 in 1876
1870 Sept Appted 2nd Class Clerk Internal Revenue St Catherine's @ £80 pa Per Blue Book.
Security Bond of £300 provided by Jamaica Civil Service Mutual Guarantee Assoc.
1872 ditto @£85 pa
1873 1 Jan 1st Class Clerk @ £100 pa + £10pa as Treasury Clerk + 10s per trip visiting Branch Savings Bank
1874 Apr 20th. Ordered to Manchester as Asst Collector with ½ own ½ Asst Collector (Mr Kennedy)'s salary Aged 23 gets Frances Ann Glave pregnant age 29 (prob coloured) of Heavitree Estate, Mile Gully, Manchester.
1875 Jan 25th Appointed Acting Clerk to Parochial Boards (St Catherines) as "G A Ffrench"
Mar 10th Kathleen Glave Ffrench born @ Heavitree coloured Illegitimate
Nov 4th Returns St Catherine's as First Class Clerk @£105 + £10 +10s per trip
1876 Jan Joins Freemasons Hamilton Lodge, Spanish Town aged 25
Clerk to Parochial Boards @ £135pa . Residence King Street, Spanish Town
March Aged 25 gets spinster Jane Victoria Smith aged 36 pregnant
15th Nov Ernest George Ffrench born Spanish Town 29 Nov Age 25? Marries Frances Ann Glave Age 31 Duppy Church, St George, Mile Gully
by Rev WJ Drought by Licence Both "Full age" Occupation Clerk of Municipal Board
Witnesses John Sawyers & FW Bonitto i.e. no Ffrench there 20 Dec Son Ernest baptized "Illegitimate Coloured" in Spanish Town by Rev Chas F Douet
Father-Arthur G Ffrench Clerk of Municipal Board Mother-Jane Vic Smith Address Spanish Town
1877 Salary @ £150 In June gets Frances(Fanny) Ann Glave Pregnant
1878 Same salary Attends inauguration new Custos Isaac Levy
22 Mar Frances Eliza Glave Ffrench born Heavitree
Arthur is Secretary Hamilton Lodge Freemasons Spanish Town
1879 Same salary In March gets Fanny pregnant
May/June Arthur is Executor to Sophia Galway, Widow, decd.(Connection?)
Dec 9th St George Moore Glave Ffrench born
On leave half-salary 8th Dec to 24th July 1880(Coffee crop picking?-caring for dying "Uncle" Edward?)
1880 same salary On long leave again from 1st Sept 1880
Nov 25th Elected Member of Jamaica Institute (with other VIPs)
1881 same salary On leave half-pay to 27th May 1881 In March gets Fanny pregnant
Nov 30 Arthur Peter born(Grandfather Don & Donna Jones)
1884 same salary plus £12 as Chief Almoner In March gets Fanny pregnant
Master of Freemasons Hamilton Lodge Sep 6th Attends Theatre Royal Kingston as a Jamaica Masonic
Benevolence as "Brother" with George III Ffrench- is there a family connection?
St Catherine's Institute, Spanish Town, Committee of Management Secretary
Dec 3 Stephen Shirley (why Shirley?) Glave Ffrench born. Fanny is 39
1885 same salary
1886 same salary . Masonic "District Grand Lodge Steward"
July 26th "Bare-faced robbery" of £300 from his office by "a young fellow Mr Ffrench entertains"
1887 Per Colonial Standard 28th Jan "In consequence of the absence from the island, without leave, of Mr A.G. Ffrench, Clerk of the Parochial Board of St Catherine, H.E. the Governor has declared that office vacant." & 26th April " It may prove of interest to some parties to learn of the whereabouts of the late Clerk of the Parochial Boards of St Catherine. We are in a position to state that on the 28th(March) he was in London, but he intended leaving for Australia in the early part of the present month. Our information adds, it may be some time before Mr Ffrench returns to Jamaica"
He abandons his wife + 5 children aged 2-11(& Ernest+ Jane Victoria) Is dismissed effective December 1886
1891 per England Census is resident at the Chas Wm Mowl Victoria Home for Working Men, East London.
Occupation Clerk age 40 married
1895 Nov 21 appointed 21 Nov 1895 as temporary 4th assistant clerk in the Clerk's Office of the Poor Law Guardians' Office at a wage of 30 shillings a week. It is recorded in the Register of Officers 1890-99 ref WaBG194/2 of the Wandsworth & Clapham (Poor Law) Union and in Folio Vol 4 page 496 of the Minute Book of the Guardians, It was reported to the Local Government Board on 31 Dec 1895. His appointment letter was referenced "Form of Query LB6/408" but cannot be traced in the Form of Query files. His appointment was sanctioned by the Local Government Board 4 March 1896-Number of LGB letter 44 (not found). The Guardians were the Trustees appointed in each Borough to administer the Poor Law. They collected the "Poor Law rates" and used the funds to run the local WorkHouses where homeless, jobless local persons were employed.
1896 16 March son Stephen Shirley Glave Ffrench dies aged 11
1898 Mar 10th salary was increased to 35 shillings a week 10 Mar 1898 per Minute Book 6 page 653 effective 11 March-LGB letter 92. On15 June 1900 a dinner allowance of £15 (p.a.?) in lieu of dinner was added No 166 SR Folio 88. The appointment was made permanent after the purchase by the Guardians of the Tooting Workhouse and he remained employed by the Guardians until his death-- per records at London Metropolitan archives
1901 per England Census resident 61 Strathblaine Rd Clapham London Occ Clerk in Guardian's office Single 46
1904 Dec 15th Frances Eliza Glave Ffrench "2nd dau of the late Arthur George Ffrench" marries
1905 Aug 8th dies 20 Oberstein Rd, Battersea, age 54 Kidney/cardiac failure Informant E Ashelford landlady
1906 Admon Calendar Estate of £62-17-10 by executrix E Ashelford to widow Frances Ann Ffrench, Jamaica.
Lt Col Ernest George Ffrench of the RAMC - Timelines
15 Nov 1876 born. Baptized 20 Dec 1876 Spanish Town Jamaica Illegitimate Colored. Mother Jane Victoria Smith Father Arthur George Ffrench Clerk Municipal Board (of St Catherine)
1876-1887 Kingston Mother selling dairy products & running Lodging House 7 East St.
1887-1892 At Morrison's Collegiate School, Kingston. Aged 11-16
1892/3 Bishops College, Sherbrooke, Quebec for preliminary entry exams to Edinburgh University
Sep 1893 Enters Edinburgh University. "His subjects were many including Botany, Natural History,Physics,Chemistry,Anatomy,Pathology,Surgery,Midwifery,Diseases of children etc"
1898 Aged 22 Graduated from Edinburgh M.B., Ch B (The RAMC is formed)
1899 House physician post at Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh @ £180 p.a.
extracts from Officers' Service Records, obituaries etc -My comments in italics
1900 Medical post at Royal Alexandra Hospital Brighton where did his scoliosis study work-- living at 26 Bedford Square Aged 23.
3 July 1900 Joined Army (as civil surgeon) ref 4861/6512 "Ability good, conduct good" ref 4861/9344 "Paid £1 a day a very attractive rate" per RAMC story
6 July 1900 embarked for S Africa on the HM Troopship Dilwara. Posted "vice H Bryant deceased" . H Bryant had died 7 June at Bloemfontein-"a surgeon in the South African Field Force in the Civil Surgeons & Ambulance Brigade-per Genealogy.com UK Casualties of the Boer War1899-1902"
29 Nov 1900 Saw action in Cape Colony, Orange River Colony, Transvaal & at Rhenester Kop where "saw men mowed down in long waves" "The typhoid bacillus was the main killer though".14000 dead from the disease 6000 killed in action.
28 May 1901 "Recommended for Commission by GOC in C" GOC in C is General Officer Commander in Chief, which at that time in S Africa was General Frederick Roberts -- who subsequently "waived answers to awkward questions in respect of his application to be an officer, put by a suspicious fellow-officer" (ie EGF's illegitimacy etc)
Awarded certificate in Proficiency & Riding Certificate. His service of 10 months 26 days as civil surgeon counting towards ret(ire)d pay & gratuity. "served with Lord Methuen attached to the 1st Battalion of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment" Made "a lifetime member of Mess".
April 12 1901 Discharged from Hospital "to Duty". Probably sick not wounded.
28 May 1901 made Lieutenant In S. Africa to 5 Oct 1902 then at Home( Army Training Centre, Aldershot) to 17 Mar 1903
"Medal(QSAM) & 3 clasps(Cape Colony, Orange River Colony & Transvaal) o.p.q. issued by A.G.2 25-11-02 68/amc/776 Medal (KSAM) & 2 clasps(1901 1902 ) issd 1-9-03 ag2/m/9753"
o.p.q. is a difficult one. I would guess that the "q" is quarterly because it was issued by A. G. 2 [Adjutant General 2. A. G. is a person and the 2 is a branch in his department] Could "o" be for officers and "p" be for personnel. The AG branch dealt with personnel matters. [HR in modern day speak!]The "amc" could be a reference for Army Medical Corps Peter
18 March 1903 at Up Park Camp ,Kingston, Jamaica
May 1903 Michael Edward Smith, grandfather, dies Dublin.
8 July 1903. "Mr Ernest Ffrenc (sic) & Miss Smith sail to Bristol" To Annesbrook?
28 May 1904 made Captain
15 Sep 1904 sails to New York Meets Adele Carvalho
7 May 1906 Posted back Home (Est) "Adjutant at RAMC training camp, Brighton."
14 Jan 1907 Kingston earthquake destroying the Lodging House at 7 East St
9 Dec 1907 Marries Adele in New York City.
1908 Attached to Royal Engineers at Chatham then surgical specialist Scottish Command at Edinburgh Garrison Passed exam for promotion to Major Aug 1908. "Did not specialize"
22 July 1909 Elected FRCS (Edin) His country address "Co Wexford, Ireland".
5 Oct 1910 to 17 Sept 1913 India. Poonamallu, Madras and Ahmednagar in the Deccan.
28 May 1913 Major 18 Sept 1913 to 1 Aug 1914 Home (Leave) Went to America. Studied at Rockefeller Institute & John Hopkins Hosp Baltimore.
April 1914 sailed from NYC to Jamaica to introduce Adele to Jane. Expected to return to India
July 1914 On return placed in command of Military Hospital, Rochester Row, training junior RAMC officers for active service.
Spring 1916 sent to Dublin -(by exchange 112/MED/1013) as Dermatologist to Irish Command, enlarging a special Military Hospital there Letter of appreciation from L. Govt Board Ireland
22 June 1916 daughter Violet born in London
25 Nov 1917 son Geoffrey born in Dublin. Ernest bought lease on 66 Harley St
3 Dec 1917 - 28 Nov 1919 France Commanding 51 & 56 Field Hosp Etaples, Vimy Ridge, Bethune & Arras
9 Nov 1918 to 29 Nov 1919 Acting Lt Col Communiqued W.O. 18.9.1917 "Brought to notice of S. of S. for War for valuable services rendered in connection with the war".
S of S is Secretary of State for War, who was Winston Churchill 10-01-1919 to 13-02-1921
29 Nov 1919 to 19 Aug 1920 Home
British War Medal, Victory Medal, per RAMC Mentioned in Dispatches x 2 ,16 Mar 1919 and 10 July 1919 per RAMC not found 1st yet-2nd is Gen Haig List, several hundred officers & men
20 Aug 1920 Retires-- on retired pay aged 43 after 20 years service
Private Consultant at 66 Harley Street
1921 Elected M.R.C.P Apptd Chief Assistant Dermatologist Skin Dept St Bartholemews Hospital
1921 Buys 7 East St from Jane for £400
1925 Physician in charge Skin dept London Temperance Hospital. Research in Vienna.
29 June 1925 David Carvalho dies. Ernest, Adele, Violet(8),Geoff(7) sail to New York 20 July 1925.Adele receives $4150 from David's estate.
Sep/Oct 1925 sail on to Jamaica for 2 weeks. Young Geoffrey meets Jane at 7 East St and writes his note "Just a slip of a girl".
1928 Mother Jane Victoria dies. Ernest extends 66 Harley St lease to 999 years at cost of £3250
1929 Sells 7 East St for £1900
1930 Geoff goes to Harrow School
15 Nov 1931Ceases to belong to Reserve of Officers
1933 Jane Victoria's friend dies and Ernest obtains probate
Apr 1934 Violet "Presented" to King George V & Queen Mary i.e. debutante
Dec 1934 Ernest, Adele, Violet to New York 3 months. Appointed Associate Professor New York Polyclinic & Postgraduate School.
Jan 1935 Interviewed by Hartford Courier while staying with Maie & Carl Friedrich Sturhahn
25 July 1937 Dies at Shernover, Brenchley, Kent aged 61 Leaves £20,000 gross £10,000 net. Mortgage on 66 Harley St? Obituaries in Times (2 Aug 1937) BMJ, RAMC gazette
The Carvalho's came from Portugal-- Sephardic Jews who fled the Inquisition, migrating to Holland, London, British West Indies, & America. The main sources are the Bevis Marks London synagogue (BM) records & US censuses
A) SAMUEL ? NUNES CARVALHO (b abt 1650/55,Portugal? died 1728?)
B) ISAAC NUNES CARVALHO (b1681? Oporto, Portugal?-d 1733 bur Novo Jewish Cemetery London BM) married Judith around 1705. Daus Sarah & Deborah then
1718 Son Samuel Nunes born London BM Judith died May 1735 bur Novo Cem London
C) SAMUEL NUNES CARVALHO (1718/bef 1795)
18 Feb1739 Kent, UK m1 BATHSHEBA de Solomon deMEZA (abt 1720/abt 1755) BM
1740 son Solomon (Selomoh) born London BM
Coral & amber polisher 22 Carter St, Houndsditch, London
10 Aug 1757 m2 Est(h)er de Isaac Alvarez BM
D) SOLOMON I NUNES CARVALHO (1740/1835?)
1740 born London
1761-1784 Working in London in coral & amber
5 Apr 1765 m Judith Henriques Pimental London BM (b 1744/ d 23 Jun 1805?BM)
(Judith's mother was Ribca Pimental)
July 1766 Sem 1-born?
1767 Leah 2- born?
3 Aug 1768 Bathsheba 3-born BM
14 Nov 1770 Emanuel Nunes 4-born BM (died 20 Mar 1817) The Hazan
1779 Rebecca Nunes* 5-born BM m 1800 Moses David Henriques Basan
1780 Twins 5/6-born is one Rebecca*?
10 Aug 1781 Isaac Nunes 7-born BM m a "convert 1803 d bef 1811
2 Nov 1783 Sarah Nunes 8-born BM
4 Nov 1785 David I Nunes 9-born BM
1 May 1789 Benjamin Nunes 10-born BM
1 Dec 1791 Abraham Nunes 11-born London BM
1800 on? sons schooled at Bevis Marks synagogue London?
1822 address 18 West Place,City Rd &/or 18 John's Row, St Luke's
London per Baines History & Directory (?)
1835 died prob London, England-no doc found
Dr EMANUEL NUNES CARVAHO (David I's older brother by 15 yrs & Solomon II's uncle)
14 Nov 1770(68?) born London-son of an artisan
1790 married Sarah Rodrigues Moreira of London. Her father was Benjamin Rodrigues Moreira
1799 left London after religious dispute Became Hazan in Barbados to Nidhe Israel congregation
1806 arrived New York(1807 per Jews of Charleston)
1808/11 Res New York.
1810 Taught Hebrew at Polonies Talmud Torah School of Shearith Israel
1810 census numbers family inc 3 slaves! In NYC!
1811 Sarah Moraira visits SC
1811 Appted hazan of Beth Elohim congregation Charleston SC until 1814
1812 Introduced innovations in the Beth Elohim service
Taught Spanish & Hebrew. Assault case!
--?23 Aug 1812 Son David born Is this E&S's only child/? Says m = Caroline
--?19 Nov 1813 Son David dies aged 1 yr 2 mths 27 days buried Charleston cemetery
23 Dec 1813 Naturalised US citizen
1814 resigned then to Philadelphia
1815 Published first Hebrew Grammar by an American Jew
1816 Succeeded Abraham Cohen as minister (Phil Hist)
20 Mar1817 died Philadelphia while compiling Hebrew-English dictionary
(WILL ref AJHS Vol XXVII + EN A (dler)
24 Jan 1831 wife Sarah died Philadelphia (or Connecticut-Joan Sturhahn?)
E) DAVID I NUNES CARVALHO (1785/1860)
ENGLAND 4 Nov 1785 born London BM
1800? Schooled at Bevis Marks synagogue?
CHARLESTON, S CAROLINA
1811 Left UK for Charleston where brother Emanuel was living (This Happy Land says 1809)
1812 per SC US Marshals "enemy alien" "no intent to naturalise"
1812 In Charleston Merchant. Service with volunteers fighting British
23 Dec 1813 Naturalises as US citizen
24 May 1814 m (by bro Emanuel!) in Charleston to Sarah d'Azevedo 1793/1864 (Dau of Hazan Benjamin D'Azevedo & Judith de Paz of London)
27 Apr 1815 son Solomon II Nunes 1 -born-see below
1816 Benvenuta Isabella Nunes 2-b (she m 1834 Phineas Solomon, she d 1915)
22 Mar 1817 Emmanuel Nunes 3-b (who m Caroline A Woolf 1 Dec 1841) Emanuel d 13 Mar 1883 They had a child Sarah & 2 sons Isaac b 19 Feb 1845 7 David who died aged 1. Caroline "Carrie" Woolf was b 1824 d 1904
21 Nov 1818 Assaulted by Nathan Hart in Hebrew synagogue
4 July 1819 Julia 4-b (d 22 Jan 1887 NYC unmar) in 1850 census
1820 US census numbers family but gives no names
1822 Rachel 5-b per 1850 census (m 7 Aug 1850 Moses de Costa Andrade)
Sep 1823 Sarah 6-b (dies 1842 in Barbados of yellow fever)
1825 + others creates Reformed Society of Israelites, Seyles Masonic Hall on Meeting St. He is on the Corresponding Comittee
1826 dau Clara Miriam 7-b per 1850 census (she m 1853 Soloman M Hyams, Baltimore)
Oct 1827 Benjamin 8-b (dies 1842 in Barbados of yellow fever)
1827 Lecturer of the Congregation. Orator. On "Corresponding Committee"
1828 Moved N to Baltimore as manufacturer of paper per city directory
1828 Sophia 9-b on 1850 census-m Edward M Carr 13 Jan 1851
1830 Census numbers family but gives no names
1830 Jointly publishes Hebrew prayer book & hymnal
1835 Isaac 10-b Jun dies Dec 25 1835
10 Nov 1838 Miriam 11-b ( m 7 Nov 1866 Isador Osorio who d 1910)
1840? Family to Barbados-not on 1840 census
13 Nov 1842 Dau Sarah 19 dies Barbados-yellow fever
Jan 1843 Son Benjamin 15 dies Barbados-yellow fever
28 Jan 1844 In Bridgetown Congregation Merchant Marble Paper Manufacture
3 July 1844 On ship J Cohen Jr Turks Island to Philadelphia "Watchmaker"
15 Oct 1845 Philadelphia per Solomon& Sarah's marriage notice
1846 onwards resident 148 S Juniper St, Philadelphia. Business at 21 St James St
1850 Judge of the Court of Arbitration
1850 Census Occ Daguerian with 5 daus Julia, Rachel, Clara, Sophia, Miriam
9 Feb 1860 died. buried in Hebrew cemetery
1864 wife Sarah dies
CARVALHO HOUSEHOLD BALTIMORE MD per US CENSUS 1850
House Age/birth yr Origin Occupation
647 Carvalho D W 64 abt 1786 Male England Occ Daguerian
647 Carvalho Susan W 54 abt 1796 Female South Carolina s/b Sarah d'Azevedo
647 Carvalho Julia N 30 abt 1820 Female South Carolina
647 Carvalho Rachel N 28 abt 1822 Female South Carolina
647 Carvalho Clara N 24 abt 1826 Female South Carolina
647 Carvalho Sophia N 23 abt 1827 Female Maryland
647 Carvalho Miriam N 10 abt 1840 Female Pennsylvania
647 Carvalho Solomon N 35 abt 1815 Male South Carolina Occ Artist
647 Carvalho Sarah N 25 abt 1825 Female New York wife, was Miriam Solis
647 Carvalho David N 2 abt 1848 Male Pennsylvania
647 Carvalho Charity N 0 abt 1850 Female Maryland "Charrie"
647 Hamilton Mary 26 abt 1824 Female Ireland Occ servant
647 Tripp Sarah J 15 abt 1835 Black Female Maryland Occ Servant (ex slave?)
F) SOLOMON II NUNES CARVALHO (1815/1897)
CHARLESTON, South Carolina
27 Apr 1815 Born Attended Charleston College?
1828 Parents left him @13? to go to Baltimore
1833 Stayed in Charleston
1834 "Professional Artist" Paints Beth Elohim synagogue. After 1838 when it burnt down offers it to Congregation who pay him $50 for it.
1835 onwards working for "Uncle" ie Emmanuel (or David, his father?
1838 Dry Goods store owner in Charleston
1840 "Child with rabbits" picture used on bank notes US & Canada
20 Mar 1841 visit to Washington DC for silhouette portrait of himself
July 1843 in Bridgetown, Barbados with sister Julia
1844 Barbados self-portrait
1845-50 Learned the daguerreotype process
16 Jul 1845 writes to Sarah's brother re marriage
15 Oct 1845 M Sarah Miriam Etting Solis (b 15 Oct 1824/ d Mt Pleasant, NY 2 May 1894-Dau of Jacob daSilva Solis & Charity Hays who had been married by uncle Emanuel Carvalho-Sarah had royal ancestry from Portugal, Castile, Leon &Spain i.e. very establishment family)
1846 Shipwreck on honeymoon to the "Islands"
29 Sep 1848 son David 1-born
1848 visits Washington Dinner with Prof Samuel F B Morse
1849 Exhibition of work. residence 144 Chestnut Street, Phil.(Delightful! see Google Streetview)
1849/50 Officer Hebrew Education Soc
July 1849 opens Gallery of Fine Arts at 205 Baltimore St. prev location of John Plumbe Jr
1850 Listed as Daguerian Washington DC & Baltimore. Advertised his gallery of "Ivory and other Daguerrotypes" at the Odeon, corner of 4-1/2 Street and Pennsylvania Ave, Washington.
1850 Occupation Artist
1850 census lists family
1850 Painted Little Miss Carvalho "VKA" An Azevedo or Emanuel's dau?.
Late 1850 moved his business to Washington
1851 advertised in Baltimore as daguerrian & portrait painter
3 Feb 1851 Advt in Charleston Courier-- Gallery at 230 King Street
1852 Spec Ctee Shearith Israel Congregation Synagogue
1852 Listed himself "Grand Sky-light Daguerrian Gallery @167 Meeting St Charleston
23 Sep 1852 Jacob Solis 2-born (later "Uncle Jack who married Suzanne Walker convert
12 Apr 1853 Charity (Charrie) 3-born
1853 invented process for the transparent enamelling of daguerrotypes.
1853 Employed by Jeremiah Gurney NYC to utilise this process
5 Sep 1853 "Accompanied General John C Fremont on his expedition across the Rockies as the artist of the expedition. Lost for 6 months & mourned as dead, reached California first ever to put the beauty of the Grand Canyon on canvas" Claire Carvalho
8 Feb Arrived Parowan, Utah -saved by the Mormon Heap family
1 Mar Arrived Salt Lake City-painted many portraits Made a great deal of money.
13 June 1854 arr Los Angeles "Carvalho & Johnson" Los Angeles
1856 Paints portrait of wife Sarah Miriam Solis
Sept 1856 Published "Incidents of Travel & Adventure with Col. Fremont ." Chose $300 flat fee instead of 5 cents per book which would have paid 5 times as much!
Jan 1856 Solomon III Solis 4-born
1856/7 listed as artist Baltimore directory resident at 35 South Gay St
1857 Founded Beth Israel synagogue, Sephardic Spanish & Portuguese customs
1857 Holiday with Sarah "Revisiting Bermuda" ? Barbados??
1858/9 listed at 81 Liberty St Baltimore
1859 Paints "Little Annie Abrams" aged 2 (She becomes David II's wife later)
1860 listed at 92 Saratoga St Baltimore
1860 father David I dies & Sarah & family move to NYC-Solomon to New Orleans
1860/61 Setting up steam heating invention in New Orleans
1861-Civil War time-Carvalho family is not on 1860 Census
NEW YORK CITY,NY
1862 Solomon joins family in NYC
1862 Res 177th St., Tremont Studio at "Dodsworth's 204 5th Ave per Nat Acad of Design
1862 Paints son Jacob Solis
1864 studio at 59 East 13th St Paints sister Miriam "Mona Lisa" style
1864 Exhibits self-portrait at National Academy of Design entry 256
1865 Paints portrait Abe Lincoln marking 2nd inauguration March 4
1870 Census New York District 10
Solomon Nunes Carvalho 53 Artist Portrait Painter Real Est $6500 Pers $500
Sarah Miriam Solis Carvalho 42 keeps house
David Nunes Carvalho 21 clerk in soap manfg
Charrie Solis Carvalho 18 at home
Jacob Solis Carvalho 17 Clerk lumber yard "Uncle Jack"
Solomon Solis Carvalho 14
Elizth Kell 19 servant
1870 With Sarah directed a religious school-part of Hand-in-Hand Congregation NYC
1871 Cataract operation
1872 Fall Travelled to Martinique with son David. Picture of them both on voyage. Produced "Album of Martinique with 24 plates" Copies in NYC Public Library and Schomberg Collection
1872/3 Paints wife Sarah
1877/8 Patents Steam Heating System-awarded Medal of Excellence by American Institute in NYC. Office address 119 Liberty Street then to 107.Resident 177th, Tremont.
Charity Carvalho and husband Adolf Marsheutz lived next door with their 4 children Jules, Solomon, Sarah & Ethel
1885 Res at 24 East 131st St, NYC
2 May 1894 Sarah died & Solomon went to live with Charity
21 May 1897 Solomon died New York City death cert 15519. Solomon & Sarah were both buried in a plot belonging to The Congregation Shearith Israel in NYC,the Sephardic synagogue founded in 1654
"Jacob(Jack) Carvalho, son of Solomon & Sarah, became president of a large lumber company in New York, married late in life to Suzanne Walker and built a lovely home in Lawrence, Long Island where they lived until their death.
"Another Carvalho son, Solomon Solis went into the newspaper business, first with Pulitzer, & then with Hearst, until his death. He also married late in life to a fellow newspaper worker, Helen Cuisak & they had 2 children. "Sol" was a connoisseur of Chinese porcelain.
"the only surviving daughter Charity ( was there another?) became a painter of miniatures in addition to being a loving daughter, wife & mother" per Joan Sturhahn's "Carvalho"
G) DAVID II NUNES CARVALHO (1848/1925)
29 Sep1848 Born
1852 visits SC
1870? Visited South America
"My father started his career as a photographer when all photographers wore flaring black silk ties, wide black slouch hats and sought to have themselves associated with art rather than science" Claire Carvalho
22 Mar 1876 M Annie Abrams b1857New Orleans/d 1903 NYC (Dau of Julian Moses Abrams & English Lizzie Lumley(per Joan Sturhahn p 186) Per Am Jew Archives Cecile "Lizzie" Myers
21 Dec 1876 Adele Miriam 1-b
27 May 1878 BertramI Nunes 2-b
1880 Dayton Nunes 3-b dies aged 1
19 May 1882 Maie Nunes 4-b
Nov 1885 Leslie Russell Nunes 5-b( marries, dies auto accident Dec 1955)
13 Sep 1888 Claire 6-b died 27 Oct 1970
1896 Res at Breezy Point, Far Rockaway, Jamaica Bay, NY
1901 Maie m Carl F Sturhahn at Far Rockaway
1903 Annie died (just 27 yrs married)
1904 Wrote "Forty Centuries of Ink"
9 Dec1907 Adele m Dr Ernest George Ffrench RAMC NYC
1920?? David resident 10th Street, close to 5th Ave, NYC "He did not believe anyone else in the world in his limited profession was in a class with (himself)" Claire Carvalho
1925 Advt NYC Directory "Expert in Handwriting" 258 Broadway R409
29 Jun1925 died at his home New Rochelle, Westchester, NY
"My father devoted a great deal of his time to a consideration of disputed Wills. Others have (hidden) their wills in some queer cache (where) .they would not think of concealing even a small amount of money" "Long before his career had passed its zenith, my father estimated that he had affected the courts' decisions as to .. property aggregating over £200million a large share (being) will disputes"
"When my father died we children hunted high and low for signs of a Will. There was none in his safe-deposit box, nor among any of his papers. My sisters and brothers do not think he ever executed a will. I believe that he did and that he put it away for safe-keeping. Perhaps he had more than one deposit box. Somehow where a will is concerned men cannot help being secretive. When he died he was trying to tell us something but he could not force his lips and tongue to form the words. "Box" he said. "What is it father?" asked one of my brothers. "Box" he repeated. Then he ceased to be able to say anything"
Claire Carvalho Weiller 1929 from "Crime in Ink"
So the estate was administered as an intestacy and eldest son Bertram appointed administrator by the Surrogates Court, Westchester, NY to distribute the assets equally among the 5 siblings. Adele used her share to purchase the long lease on 66 Harley Street, London.
H) ADELE MIRIAM CARVALHO (1876/1958)
21 Dec 1876 born NYC
9 Dec 1907 M Ernest George Ffrench (1876/1937) NYC
15 June 1916 Violet Anne born London M George Davis D California)
1958 d Washington, DC
I) GEOFFREY ERNEST FFRENCH (1917/1980
25 Nov 1917 Geoffrey born Dublin
1942 marries Marjory Grace Godfrey of St Johns, Newfoundland
25 Jan 1980 dies Kent, England
J) CHILDREN OF GEOFFREY & MARJORY FFRENCH
Jonathan Ewart b 1944,Susan Adele b 1947 Nancy Rosalind b 1948 Simon Geoffrey b 1950
SIBLINGS OF ADELE MIRIAM CARVALHO
BERTRAM NUNES CARVALHO (1879/??)
27 May 1878 born
1903 Married Jesselyn Pierce (1875/1938)
1904 B John Bertram d1968
1906 B Adelaide P
1908 B Curtis Balton Pierce who married 28 June 1932 Melba Wyckoff
1911 B David III Nunes who married 25 May 1940 Annette Philbrick d??
1913 B Bertram Nunes Jnr (d 1994)
1975 dies Hartford, Connecticut
DAYTON b 1880 d 1881 dies at 1
19 May 1882 b Mar 1901 Carl F Sturhahn of Germany who died 1939
1903 B Herbert Carl d CA 1939
1906 B Edward Marshall Snr 1905/6 married 1929 Louise Dailey(1909/96) he d 1992
14 Apr 1974 Maie dies Sarasota FL
LESLIE RUSSELL NUNES (1885/Dec1955 died auto accident)
Abt 1914 married Sophia G Goodman(1890/??)
1915 B Paul D-died 1940
1920 B Anne
CLAIRE NUNES CARVALHO 1888/1970
13 Sep 1888 b NY
1902/3 "To my young friend of the House of Carvalho-Claire by name, in remembrance of the Many Happy hours spent under her father's hospitable roof, where Claire (13?) fluttered from game to book, from book to play like the dear little butterfly she is. May the Almighty God Bless that household" General Molineux
1907 Adele marries and Claire becomes David's "motherless housekeeper"
1913 m Herbert A Weiller Silk designer (1887/1967)
1913/14 2 daus Sylvia & Virginia?-Or were they one?
1929 Writes "Crime in Ink"
Feb 1931 Writes "Paging Danger" a musical.Closes after 4 nights
27 Oct 1970 dies Sarasota,FL
1-Samuel Nunes Carvalho (born about 1650-Oporto?)
. . 2-Isaac Nunes Carvalho (1681-1733)
. . +Judith (abt 1680-May 1735)
. . . . 3-Sarah Nunes Carvalho (about 1713-)
. . . . +Benjamin Mendes Montforte (-)
. . . . 3-Samuel Nunes Carvalho (about 1718-)
. . . . +Bathsheba DeMeza (1720-about 1755)
. . . . . . 4-Solomon1 Nunes Carvalho (1740-before 1835)
. . . . . . +Judith(Jeudit) Henriques Pimental (1744-23 June 1805)
. . . . . . . . 5-Emanuel Carvalho (14 November 1770-20 March 1817)
. . . . . . . . +Sarah Rodrigues Moreira (about 1770-24 January 1831)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-David Nunes Carvalho (23 August 1812-19 November 1813)
. . . . . . . . 5-David1 Nunes Carvalho (4 November 1785-29 September 1854)
. . . . . . . . +Sarah Cohen D'Azevedo (1793-20 March 1864)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Solomon2 Nunes Carvalho (27 April 1815-21 May 1897)
. . . . . . . . . . +Sarah Miriam Solis (15 October 1824-2 May 1894)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-David2 Nunes Carvalho (29 September 1848-29 June 1925)
. . . . . . . . . . . . +Annie M Abrams (16 November 1857-2 June 1903)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Adele Miriam Carvalho (21 December 1876-1958)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Ernest George Ffrench (15 November 1876-25 July 1937)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Violet Anne Victoria Ffrench (15 June 1916-31 July 2003)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +George F Davis (21 December 1917-20 August 1998)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Geoffrey Ernest Ffrench (25 November 1917-25 January 1980)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Marjory Grace Godfrey (11 November 1918-August 2007)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-BertramI Nunes Carvalho (27 May 1878-1944)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Jesselyn Pierce (8 October 1875-30 December 1938)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-John Bertram Carvalho (30 April 1904-15 May 1968)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Augusta Miner (-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Adelaide Miriam Carvalho (26 November 1906-1968)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Lester Manning (-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Curtis Bolton Pierce Carvalho (February 1908-1969)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-David3 Nunes Carvalho (about 1911-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-BertramII Nunes Carvalho (7 February 1913-8 January 1994)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Dayton Carvalho (1880-1881)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Maie Nunes Carvalho (19 May 1882-14 April 1974)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Carl Friedrich Herman Ferdinand Sturhahn (25 January 1871-13 December 1939)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Herbert Carl Sturhahn (29 July 1902-1939)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Edward Marshall Sr Sturhahn (15 May 1906-3 May 1992)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Louise Dailey Sturhahn (8 January 1909-9 July 1996)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-Joan Sturhahn (23 September 1930-11 April 2010)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Garland Mourning McNutt Jnr (24 August 1923-2 October 2008)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-Edward Marshall Jnr Sturhahn (30 March 1934-1 April 1993)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Sharon Lee Manford (31 October 1942-8 September 1969)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Herbert Carl Sturhahn (29 July 1902-1939)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Leslie Russell Nunes Carvalho (7 November 1885-December 1955)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Sophia G Goodman (about 1890-about 1950)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Paul David Carvalho (about 1915-7 November 1940)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Anita B Carvalho (about 1920-May 1982)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Claire Carvalho (13 September 1888-27 October 1970)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Herbert A Weiller (21 August 1887-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-Sylvia Maie Weiller (about 1914-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-Jacob Solis Carvalho (23 September 1852-13 March 1937)
. . . . . . . . . . . . +Suzanne Walker (about 1854-before 1950)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-Charity(Charrie) N Carvalho (12 April 1850-5 April 1945)
. . . . . . . . . . . . +Adolph G Marshuetz (1840-1903)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Solomon Nunes Carvalho Marshuetz (9 September 1883-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-Solomon Solis Carvalho (16 January 1856-12 April 1942)
. . . . . . . . . . . . +Helen Cusack (about 1863-before 1955)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Sarah Virginia Carvalho (about 1898-before 1995)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-Helen Carvalho (about 1900-before 1995)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Unknown Steele (-)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Emanuel Nunes Carvalho (22 March 1817-13 March 1883)
. . . . . . . . . . +Caroline A "Carrie" Woolf (1824-1904)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-David Nunes Carvalho (23 September 1842-19 November 1843)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-Isaac Woolf Nunes Carvalho (19 February 1848-)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 7-Sarah Carvalho (-)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Julia Carvalho (4 July 1819-22 January 1887)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Rachel Carvalho (1822-)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Sarah Carvalho (September 1823-13 November 1842)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Clara Nunes Carvalho (1826-)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Benjamin Carvalho (1827-13 January 1843)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Sophia Carvalho (1828-)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Isaac Carvalho (June 1835-25 December 1835)
. . . . . . . . . . 6-Miriam Carvalho (10 November 1838-25 March 1910)
. . . . . . . . . . +Isadore Osorio (March 1840-)
. . . . . . . . 5-Isaac Carvalho (about 1772-)
. . . . . . . . 5-Rebecca Carvalho (about 1780-)
. . . . . . . . 5-Batsheba Carvalho (maybe 3 August 1788-)
. . . . 3-Deborah Nunes Carvalho (about 1715-about 1750)
. . . . +Isaac de Benjamin Bernal (-)
. . . . 3-Esther Nunes Carvalho (-)
1-Stephen Sharpe Glave (before 20 September 1814-1 April 1873)
+Katherine KittyWright? Waugh/ (-3 January 1873)
. . 2-William Glave (1836-)
. . 2-Maria Glave (1838-)
. . +Lionel de Silva Henriques (-)
. . 2-Thomas Glave (1839-)
. . 2-Charles Woofe Glave (1840-)
. . 2-Stephen Woofe Glave (1842-about 1865)
. . 2-Frances Fanny Ann Glave (20 June 1845-after 1922)
. . +Arthur George Ffrench (about 1851-8 August 1905)
. . . . 3-Kathleen Glave Ffrench (10 March 1875-1922)
. . . . +Wilfed Charles Jacobs (-)
. . . . . . 4-Shirley Jacobs (-)
. . . . 3-Frances Eliza "Fan" Ffrench"The Duchess" (22 March 1878-after 1940)
. . . . +David Charles Thomas (1880-)
. . . . . . 4-Thelma Thomas (-)
. . . . . . +Unknown Galant (-)
. . . . . . 4-Kathleen Thomas (-)
. . . . . . 4-David Thomas (-)
. . . . 3-St George Moore Ffrench (9 December 1879-11 December 1922)
. . . . 3-Arthur Hedley Peter Ffrench (30 November 1881-February 1968)
. . . . +Irene Getfield (-about 1917)
. . . . . . 4-Myrtle Mae Ffrench (27 September 1917-4 April 1994)
. . . . . . +Charles Adolphus Jones (14 August 1907-20 January 2000)
. . . . +Amy Adina Thomas (1902-December 1994)
. . . . . . 4-Gladys Clementina Ffrench (18 October 1918-20 July 2005)
. . . . . . +Hepburn Ashman (-2 November 1968)
. . . . 3-Stephen Shirley Ffrench (3 September 1884-16 March 1896)
. . 2-Edward"Mas Ned" Glave (1850-1919)
. . +Catherine Isabella"Aunt Missy" Bailey (-)
. . . . 3-Hepsiba"Ms Addie" Glave (-)
. . . . +"Teacher" Davidson (-)
. . 2-Elizabeth "Eliza" Glave (1853-after 1900)
(Continued from French Connections)
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