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Descendants of Samuel Stewart

        1.  Samuel1 Stewart  He married Mary Murphy.  She was born 1810- 1811, and died May 21, 18371.

Notes for Mary Murphy:
A monument on the wall in  the  Rio Bueno church states she died aged 26 years.  SEE ABOVE
More About Mary Murphy:
Burial: May 1837, Rio Bueno, Trelawny,   church yard, west
Children of Samuel Stewart and Mary Murphy are:
        2 i. Rev. Ernest Augustus Montgomery2 Stewart, born Jun 24, 1829; died Aug 11, 19052.  He was married to Louisa Todd Apr 21, 1857 in Falmouth, Trelawny by  Thomas Jarrett, Rector of Vere3; born Nov 25, 1835; died Apr 21, 19294.

For a genealogical report of this couple and their descendants, please go to Todd genealogy/James Utten

        3 ii. Horatio Stewart, died Abt. 1837.

Notes for Horatio Stewart:
A monument inside the Rio Bueno Anglican church states he died as an infant.  His mother died in 1837.

More About Horatio Stewart:
Burial: Abt. 1837, Rio Bueno, Trelawny,   church yard, west

        4 iii. Mary Sarah Stewart.  She married Cornelius Rock Chandler.

More About Cornelius Rock Chandler:
Occupation: Bet. 1855 - 1877, Clerk in Holy Orders; Island Curate
Residence: Bet. 1855 - 1877, Clifford Cottage, Guy's Hill, St. Ann [Guy's Hill is on the border of St. Ann, St. Mary and St. Catherine]

For a genealogical report of this couple and their descendants, please go to Cornelius Chandler genealogy


1.  B928 Monumental Inscription, From a monument inside the Rio Bueno Anglican church.
2.  B927 Tombstone.
3.  B0040 Jamaica Parish Register Marriages V-2, p. 61 #4.
4.  B928 Monumental Inscription.  Her tombstone is behind the Falmouth parish church.

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