Genealogies of Barbados Families: From Caribbeana and the Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society
Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, there was a continuous flow of settlers from Barbados to virtually every point on the Atlantic seaboard, with the result that many families in America today trace their origins in the New World first to Barbados. Records of Barbados families exist in a variety of places and indeed a great many have been written up and published in the turn-of-the-century journal Caribbeana and The Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society.This present work contains every article pertaining to family history ever published in these journals.The combined articles, reprinted here in facsimile, range from conventional genealogies and pedigrees to will abstracts and Bible records and refer to some 15,000 persons, all of whom are listed in the index.
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Alleyne of Barbados by Louise R Allen from JBMHS
Estwick of Barbados from Caribbeana Vol Ill 1913 6067
Applewhaite of Barbados from JBMHS Vol VI 1939 184
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Abel Alleyne acres aged Applewhaite appointed April Arnoll Ball bapt baptised Barbados Beckles Benjamin Benson born Bowen of St Bridgetown brother buried Capt Carleton Catherine Charles Christ Church Cumberbatch dated daughter death deed died Edward eldest Eliz Elizabeth England Estwick executors father Francis Gay Alleyne gent George Gibbes Hall Harbin Harrison Henry Hooper Island issue James James Holder Jane John Alleyne John Bowen John Forster John Gay John Harrison Joseph July June land London Lucas Lucy March Margaret marriage married Mary merchant Michael muscovado sugar named Nathaniel negroes nephew niece parish of St Peter Philip plantation planter Pollard Proved Rebecca records residue Reynold Richard Robert Robert Harbin Robert Hooper Samuel Sarah Sarah Lucas Sept sister Skeete slaves sons spinster Susanna Thomas Alleyne Thornhill Trotman Walrond widow wife William Witnesses Worrell