Sketch Pedigrees of Some of the Early Settlers in Jamaica
This Scottish "Who was Who" features detailed, illustrated biographies of prominent Scottish-Americans living at the turn of this century. Each biography identifies the subject's place and date of birth, names of parents, date married, name of spouse(s), and names of offspring--thus linking the subject to two other generations and, usually, to his Scottish origins.
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PART III A SHORT ACCOUNT OF JAMAICA WHEN SIR CHARLES LITTLETON LEFT IT IN THE YEAR 1664 WHICH BY HIS MAJESTYS C...
PART IV PROPOSITIONS FOR THE SPEEDY SETTLING OF JAMAICA
PART V LIST OF THE TRAINED BANDS TAKEN IN JUNE 1670
PART VI A LIST OF THE SHIPS UNDER THE COMMAND OF ADMIRAL MORGAN
PART VII REPORT BY SIR THOMAS MODYFORD TO THE LORD ARLINGTON DATED 23RD SEPTEMBER 1670
PART VIII SURVEY OF THE ISLAND
PART IX PEDIGREE OF ROBERT HUNTER GOVERNOR OF JAMAICA
2ndly 30 John acres aged Andrew Anthony Collier Assembly for St Barrett Basnett Beckford Bill filed 20th Byndloss Captain Clarendon CLARENDON PARISH Clarke Coll dated daughter David Donnington Castle Dorothy Edward Edward Young Edwd Elizabeth Hannah Elletson England Esqr Esquire Febry filed 5th Francis Freeman George Governor of Jamaica Guy born Halstead Hanover Harbour Haughton Henry Hugh Hunter intestate Ireland Island of Jamaica James John Hudson Guy Joseph July June Kingston Gentleman Kingston Parish Lieut Lord Majesty Majesty's Major Margaret married Mary of St mate Matthew Matthew Hughes Member Merchant Millicent Morgan Nicholas Nicholas Laws Novr Number Parish are Families Parish St Peter Planter Port Royal Regiment Richard Guy Richd Robert Robert Hunter Robt Roger Saml Samuel Sarah Sept Sloop Capt Soldiers Susanna Taunton St Taylor THOMAS MODYFORD Thomas Sutton Vere Westmoreland Westmoreland Esq Whitgift Aylmer widow wife William Woodcock