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Will of John Campbell of Hanover 1783 [Abstract]
Will of Archibald Campbell of Minard, St. Ann 1799 [Abstract]
New Obituary - Patrick Swaby[F]
Will of Dominick Molloy
Items written by Peter Dickson:
1737 Petition to the King by planters and merchants in trade to the Americas - Comments and background.
Campbell of Auchinbreck, Jamaica SchemesCampbell of Jamaica, the Kilduskland Legacy
Because the pages on jamaicanfamilysearch.com were created over a period of 14 years, I am in the process of upgrading the pages so that they all have the same headers and footers, etc. I am also upgrading the page titles so that the results of any Searches are more meaningful and helpful to the reader. As a result of this activity, in Query Results some old pages may now show dates of June 19 through August 2013, and from September 22, 2013 on. The actual contents of the pages have not changed.
Letter to Haughton James from William Gale in 1765. [M]
Burke and Dunn families. These genealogical reports expand on the family of William and Henry Burke, and that of Thomas Dunn.
Dollar Family History Andrew Dollar of Jamaica - his family, his ancestors and descendants [M]
Colonial Secretary and Dingwall letters Eight letters from Dingwall in Jamaica to Scotland 1801-1830; a letter from the Colonial Secretary in 1884 concerning Cedar Grove pen [M].
Excerpts from the Cornwall Chronicle for May 16, 1789. [M]
Three generations of descendants of Adam McQuistin, with the Inventory of his personal estate, two portraits, and a newspaper article.
Other McQuistins from the St. Catherine Parish Registers.
See McQuistin genealogy
A transcription of the Memorandum Book of Thomas McQuistin of St. Catherine, in which he names his debtors and the nature of their debts, the names of his slaves, his property holdings, etc.
See McQuistin Memorandum Book
Individual Depositions from 1754 to 1755 by 9 residents of St. Catherine: McQuistin, Androuin, Ewers, Fletcher, Redwood, Rennalls, Taylor, Venn, Worth.
Read some free pages from a new book "The Richest Man in Jamaica" William Raglan Phillips who lived in Jamaica from 1871 until his death in 1930.
Blundell Hall A collection of articles concerning Blundell Hall, Mary Seacole and Miss Grant. [F]
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