Jamaican Family Search Genealogy Research Library
In this city on the 26th August last, at Studley Park Pen, Mr. Gilmore Charles Lindo to Miss Irene Delgado, daughter of Osmond Delgado, Esq.
On the 31st August, Edwin Cooke Field, the beloved infant son of Inspector Field, aged 8 months.
Wednesday August 19th Winnifred, infant daughter of the Rev. James and Mrs. Roberts, of Hope House, St. Andrew, aged 9 months.
Saturday August 29th Lois, the beloved wife of the Rev. James Roberts of Hope House, St. Andrew, aged 31 years.
At No. 35 North Street, on the 24th August 1874, Ida Maude Emily, infant daughter of Andrew R. Bogle, aged 11 months.
Died last night at his Residence, 47 Orange Street, Mr. Isaac DeClava. Funeral today at 4:30 p.m.
At Rose Cottage, Kingston, on the morning of Tuesday the 1st inst., the wife of J. Montague Simpson of a daughter.
At the Cathedral, Spanish Town, on the 2nd of September inst., by the Venble. Archdeacon Campbell, M. A., assisted by the Rev. Campbell Mackinnon, B. A., Frederick Henry Moulton, Esq., to Gertrude Louisa Kemble, eldest daughter of William Kemble, Esq., late Postmaster for Jamaica.
On the 31st August, 1874, Matilda, the beloved wife of R. T. Wood, deeply regretted ...
On the 2nd September at Villa House, the residence of her brother, Capt. W. S. Cooper, R. N., Margaret MacIntyre, relict of the late Revd. John MacIntyre, who was for many years Rector of Montego Bay. Aged 72 years.
On the morning of the 20th July at Alfriston Vicarage, near Seaford, Sussex, Revd. John Campbell Stone, M. A., Vicar of that Parish, and for 20 years Rector of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.
In this City, on Friday 4th September 1874, of Small-pox, Mr. Ernest Henry Brodhurst, aged 21 years and two months ...
On the 2nd September, at Carlisle Estate, Vere, John Hargreaves Cathcart, in the forty first year of his age.
In the R. M. C. Steamer Nile for Southampton: --
Assistant Commissary W. H. Howell; Thomas C. Chubb, boatswain, R. N.; Mr. J. J. Martinez; Lieut. Chalmer, R. N.; Mr. Haentjens and brother; Miss Haentjens; Mr. Farington; Mrs. Williams and servant; Mr. Davernet; Mr. H. C. Wilson (Colon Cable); Mrs. Leopold Farmer 2 children and servant;.
For Jacmel: -- Mr. Phipps; Miss Forey and 3 children; Miss Froste.
At Friendship, Lambs River, in the parish of Westmoreland, on Wednesday morning the 9th inst. the wife of Mr. Thomas Burchell Lawrence, of a son.
The friends and acquaintances of Raphael P. DaCosta are requested to attend his remains this evening, at half-past 4 o'clock, from No. 37 Tower Street to the place of interment.
At Katrin (?) Grove in the parish of Clarendon, on the 10th day of September 1874, 2:30 p.m., in the 37th year of her age, Miss Emma Elizabeth Grant ...
At Compton House, Mandeville, on Saturday morning, 19th inst., the wife of Mr. Uriah Delapenha of a daughter.
At Woodlawn Pen, Manchester, on Sunday the 20th inst., John Palache, aged 57.
At No. 67 Duke Street, Frances, the beloved wife of Henry Morris. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend at half-past 4 o'clock, this evening.
At Grand Cayman, on the 17th July, the wife of the Revd. John Smith of a daughter.
At Hayfield, St. Thomas ye Vale, September19th, the wife of George Abrahams, Esq., of a daughter.
At Iter-boreale Estate, St. Mary, on Tuesday, the 22nd inst., Wentworth Bailey Hyde, who received a mortal wound in adjusting the Spur Wheel of the Engine on the above Estate. His body (after a Coroner's Inquest) was taken for interment at his residence, Belfield ...
Senores Juande Mata Tejada, Joaquin Miranda and Antonio Guttierez, the Cubans who are charged with having assaulted the Rev. Father Dupont at the funeral of Tomas Acosta, will be brought up for trial today, before the Police Magistrate. Mr. Vendryes, we understand, will conduct the prosecution.
On Friday afternoon, 2nd inst., at 5 o'clock, Hannah, wife of Solomon Morais, Senior. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend her remains from the residence, No.21 Beeston Street, corner of Smith Lane, tonight at 8:30 p.m.
The friends and acquaintances of Thomas Ludford, Esq., of Old Harbour, are requested to attend the remains of his late wife, from Gosford Lodge, Corner of Water Lane and Highholborn Street, Kingston, to the place of interment, at 9 o'clock, a.m.. today.
The assets of Messrs. B. Stines & Son, recently advertised for sale, were withdrawn on Friday morning at £350.
We learn that a young man named Henry Depass was stabbed in a shop at the corner of Barry Street and Matthews Lane on Monday night. As far as we can gather the particulars, the scuffle originated in a gambling quarrel. The wound is severe, but not considered dangerous. We have not heard whether the person who inflicted the wound has been apprehended.
There has been a sad accident on Paradise Pen in Westmoreland, on Friday last about 11 o'clock in the morning. The Attorney's (Mr. Bovell) only son, a child of about seven years of age was thrown off a horse which he had just mounted near to the house, and death ensued in five minutes after. Much sympathy is felt for the parents who are much respected in the parish.
At his residence Windsor Lodge, St. Andrews, on the 4th October, 1874, after 11 days illness ... Barnaby Madden, Esq. in his 36th year.
On the 8th inst. At the Royal Naval Hospital, Port Royal, Mrs. R. W. Houghton, of a son.
In this city, yesterday, the 9th October, 1874, Mrs. James D. Ford of a daughter.
At Cedar Grove, near Mandeville, on the 7th inst. the wife of Robert Kerr, Esq., District Court Judge, of a son.
Albert Delgado, Esq., of Linstead, St. Catherine, to Isabella Alethia Simons, on the 11th inst. at the Residence of Ellis Wolfe, Esq., Orange Street, Kingston.
In the R. M. C. Steamer Moselle for Southampton: --
Miss Autey; Revd. D. B. Panton, wife and five children; Mr. McCurdy; Mrs. Freer.
For Jacmel: -- Four Misses Tanpier.
On the night of the 7th inst., at Barracks House, Black River, Charles Gordon Campbell, eldest son of C. G. Farquharson, aged 7 years.
In this city, on Sunday, the 11th October, Miss Mary Ann Hamilton, aged 47 years.
On the 7th inst., at Palmetto Pen, Clarendon, Rowland Israel, Esq., in the 56th year of his age.
At Retreat Parsonage, St. Mary, on the 17th instant, the wife of the Revd. F. H. Sharpe, Island Curate, of a son.
Yesterday, at No. 41 Church Street, Mrs. Charles Arbouin, senr., aged 84. The funeral will leave at 4 p.m. this day. Friends are requested to accept this intimation.
The friends and acquaintances of E. S. Magnus and A. A.. Magnus, are requested to attend the remains of their sister, Hannah, from her residence, Tower Street, No. 152, to the place of interment on Thursday, 22nd instant, at half past 4 o'clock p.m.
By the Rev. Father Dupont, Samuel Fisher, eldest surviving son of the late George Fisher, to Dolores Fernandez y Solorzano, fourth daughter of the late Justo Fernandes, of Santiago de Cuba.
At Spanish Town on the 15th instant, after a protracted illness, Alice Louise, the beloved wife of Mr. F. Palmes, aged twenty-four years.
Mr. Alexander Polony requests his friends and acquaintances to attend the remains of his beloved wife, Margaret Sinclair, to the place of interment. The funeral will move off from her late residence, No. 179 Harbour Street, to the Roman Catholic Cemetery, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock precisely.
The friends and acquaintances of Robert H. Roe of Vere are requested to attend his remains from his mother's residence, 131 Upper West Street, to the place of interment, at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
At Cawnpore, India, to the inexpressible grief of his parents, Lieutenant Frederick Peart Chevers of H. M. S. 73rd Regiment, eldest surviving son of Dr. F. M. Chevers of Mandeville, Manchester.
We learn that the foundation stone of a Wesleyan school was laid in the neighbourhood of Lilyfield in St. Ann a week ago by Richard Moss, Esq., of that place. Mr. Moss presented ten guineas towards the funds on the occasion, in addition to a similar sum given before. The liberality of Mr. Moss did not begin or end with these gifts. He also gave lumber and stones free from his property. We further learn that the conversion of York Castle into a Wesleyan College will soon be accomplished.
In the Atlas Steamer Andes for New York: --
Mr. G. W. Davis and wife; Moritz Stern, Esq., M. D.; Mr. W. Costa; Mr. and Mrs. Todd, infant and servant; Mr. Alexander Peixotto; Mr. J. M. Freeman; Mr. and Mrs. John Brass; Mr. Alexander McCatty, wife and child; Mr. J. Davis.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. S. N. DaCosta are requested to attend the remains of his brother, Mr. Joshua N. DaCosta, from his brother's residence, No. 59 East Queen Street, at 8 o'clock p.m.
At Black River, on the 29th October, 1874, the widow of the late T. K. Wheatle of a daughter.
On Friday, the 30th October, Mary Emma, the wife of F. H. Pickthorn, Esq., Sub-Inspector of Constabulary.
At his residence, Black River, on the morning of the 20th inst., after a few hours illness, Thomas Kennedy Wheatle, aged 42, Inspector of Constabulary.
On Friday morning, the 30th October, Joshua Nunes DaCosta, at the age of 64 years...
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Charles Sherlock, are requested to attend the remains of his mother, Mrs. Rachel Sherlock, from her late residence, No. 73 Georges Lane, to the place of interment at half-past 4 p.m.
In this city, yesterday, William Colas, of Gregory Park. His funeral will take place from 52 Bond Street at 9 o'clock this morning ...
At 1:30 a. m. this 5th November, 1874, at No. 86 Orange Street, George, youngest son of Mrs. Celestine Calore, aged 26 years and 6 months.
At her residence, 23 Martin Street, Spanish Town, November 9th, 1874, Sarah, relict of the late James Cruickshank Barton.
THE HEALTH OF THE CITY OF KINGSTON
Small-pox which, according to the report of the Commissioner of Health, came to us at the beginning of 1874, seems about to leave us at its close. The number and violence of the cases have very much diminished, and there seems a fair prospect that we will be rid of the pestilence in a very short time. We hope we are not premature in offering our congratulations to the community, but in any case there is much to be thankful for, in the progress that has already been made in a return of the usual state of health in the city. Only measles at present gives much trouble and concern. This is still on the increase, and though not ordinarily fatal, is yet, sufficiently dangerous to excite alarm. We have not learned the exact number of cases in Kingston, but at Stony Hill there are more than sixty.
At No. 5 East Queen Street, the Residence of S. S. Wortley, at half past 8 on Sunday evening, Thomas Heath, Esq., Manager of Worthy Park Estate, in the 58th year of his age.
On Thursday, the 29th ultimo, at Hailsfield Pen, Parish of St. Andrew, by the Rev. F. H. Sharpe, Island Curate, Retreat, Mr. George Roe, son of the late Richard Roe, Esq., of Montego Bay, to Orynthia Lavinia, daughter of the late H. Stanford, V, of Annotto Bay.
At his residence, Three Hills, St. Mary, on the morning of the 5th November, after a few days illness, William Michelin, in the 46th year of his age, leaving a sorrowing wife and four children ...
At Mile Gully Pen, in the parish of Manchester, on Monday Nov. 16th, Anna Laura, youngest daughter of Alex W. Heron, Esq., of Brain Fever, aged 11 years.
At Westbourne Terrace, London, on the 20th October last, Samuel Magnus, Esq., in his 67th year. Formerly a merchant of Falmouth, Trelawny, Custos and member of the Assembly of the Parish.
On the 30th of October, at his residence, 10 Queen Ann Street, Cavendish Square, London, Sir Joshua Rowe, Knight, C. B., formerly Chief Justice of Jamaica, aged 77.
In this city, on the 22nd instant, at 41 Parade, King Street, Mrs. Amanda Malvina Waite, aged 38 years.
On Sunday 15th November, at the Rectory, St. Elizabeth, aged 85, James Walter Archer, son of the late Revd. James Walter Archer, Island Curate of Highgate, St. Mary.
At his residence, the Mission House, 28 North Street, at noon yesterday, the Revd. William James Gardner.
At Vale Royal Estate, Trelawny, on the 12th instant the wife of David Galloway, Esq., of a daughter.
At Swansea, near Four Paths, Clarendon, on the 17th November, Charles William Clayton, only son of the late Revd. William Clayton, aged 32 years.
At Constant Spring House on the 27th inst. the wife of A. H. Alexander, Agent General of Immigration, of a son.
On Wednesday the 25th inst., at Alexandria, in the parish of Clarendon, Samuel Glaspie Rose, eldest son of William S. Rose, of the parish of St. Ann, by the Revd. Alfred Joyce, to Precilla Jane, second daughter of James Wilmot, Esq.
In this City, on Sunday night the 29th inst., at No. 19 Hanover Street, Mrs. Ann Delpratt at the advanced age of 78 years, widow of the late Edward Delpratt, Esq.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Alexander Brandon, are requested to attend the remains of his wife, Antronelle, from her late residence, No 5, Fleet Street, to the place of interment this evening.
At St. Mary's Church, St. Elizabeth, by the Rev. J. L. Ramson, William R. Brown, to Emma, third daughter of the late John Allen of Black River.
At Myrtle Bank, Trinity, Edinburgh, on the 3rd November, Mr. James Gall, of the firm of Gall and Inglis (Publisher), in the 91st year of his age, the founder of a Literature for the Blind, and late Master of the Merchant Company of Edinburgh.
Died, at 3 o'clock this morning, Mr. Revere Mayo, Island Treasurer. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend his remains from his residence No. 106 Upper King Street, to the place of interment.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Alexander DaCosta are requested to attend the remains of his son, David Clarkson, from his residence No 19 Georges Lane ...
At Mrs. Street's, Harbour Street, Port Antonio, Charles Henry Moodie, younger son of William Moodie, Esq., in the 34th year of his age.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Edward W. Harris are requested to attend his remains form his late residence, Bumper Hall Pen, Spanish Town Road, to the place of interment ...
December 28, 1874
The friends and acquaintances of Alexander and James Brown are requested to attend the remains of their father, Mr. James Brown, from his late residence No. 51, corner of Charles Street and Broughton Lane ...
SEARCH THIS SITE
Plan of this website
Help - Frequently Asked Questions
Jamaica Almanacs Slave-owners, Civil & Military officers, Magistrates etc.
Items in the Samples Directory
Items in the Members Directory
Transcriptions from Registers and Wills (Church of England, Dissenters, Civil Registration)
Jamaican Roman Catholic Church Registers - transcriptions
Jamaican Methodist Baptisms - transcriptions
Jewish births marriages deaths - transcriptions
Slaves and slavery in Jamaica
Photographs, maps, prints, etc.