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Descendants of William Hall

1. William Hall was born Bef. 1824. He married Mary Ann Turner September 28, 1844 in the Wesleyan Methodist Church, East Queen Street Chapel, Kingston (Source: B0051 Jamaica Parish Register Marriages VIa, VIb, VIII 1841-1871, VIa, p. 131 #213.). She was born Bef. 1824.

More About William Hall:

Age: 1844, Full age

Occupation: 1844, Laborer

Residence: 1844, Kingston

More About Mary Ann Turner:

Age: 1844, Full age

More About William Hall and Mary Turner:

Ceremony by: Samuel Oughton

Status of bride/groom: Spinster/bachelor

Witness: Charles Pear & Elizabeth Dice

Descendants of Edward James Harrison

1. Edward James Harrison was born Bef. 1820. He married Jane Douglas August 09, 1840 in the Baptist Church, Springfield, St. John's (Source: B0025 Dissenter Marriage Register I & II, 1818-1841, p. 73.). She was born Bef. 1820.

More About Edward James Harrison:

Occupation: 1840, Laborer

Residence: 1840, Union Hils[?]

More About Edward Harrison and Jane Douglas:

Marriage banns: 1840

Marriage Fact 1: Consent by Joanna Gordon, mother

Status of bride/groom: Spinster/bachelor

Descendants of John Henning

1. John Henning was born Abt. 1830. He married Ann Evans August 02, 1855 in Trelawny (Source: B0040 Jamaica Parish Register Marriage V& VI, 1842-1864, VIb, p. 57 #15.). She was born Abt. 1830.

More About John Henning:

Residence: 1855, Trelawny

More About Ann Evans:

Residence: 1855, Trelawny

More About John Henning and Ann Evans:

Ceremony by: D. R. Morris, Island Curate

Marriage banns: 1855

Descendants of George Henry

1. George Henry was born Bef. 1820. He married Sarah Evans September 11, 1840 in The London Missionary Society, Ridgemount Chapel, , Manchester (Source: B0025 Dissenter Marriage Register I & II, 1818-1841, II, p. 204 #8.). She was born Bef. 1820.

More About George Henry:

Fact: 1840, Signed by X

Occupation: 1840, Laborer

Residence: 1840, Newhall

More About Sarah Evans:

Fact: 1840, Signed by X

Residence: 1840, Caledonia

More About George Henry and Sarah Evans:

Ceremony by: William Scott, minister

Marriage banns: 1840

Witness: William Baillie & William James (both by X)

Descendants of Edward Benjamin Hylton

1. Edward Benjamin Hylton was born Abt. 1812. He married Rebecca Holloway January 01, 1837 in St. Ann (Source: B0005 St. Ann Parish Register BMB Vol IV, 1765-1826, IV, p. 403 #29.). She was born Abt. 1812.

More About Edward Benjamin Hylton:

Residence: 1837, St. Ann

More About Rebecca Holloway:

Residence: 1837, St. Ann

More About Edward Hylton and Rebecca Holloway:

Marriage banns: 1837

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