...July 1, 1956, when Montserrat became a colony in its own right. During 1958–62 Montserrat was part of the short-lived Federation of the WestIndies. Montserratians—unlike their counterparts in most other British Caribbean colonies—did not seek associated statehood, which would have been a...
Hi Ellie, ...and thank you for your interest and posts. The WestIndies connection is quite interesting when you dig into the history. I am still not entirely clear as to how or why Thomas settled on St Vincent. He is variously described as being a Commissary in the army so I have always assumed...
Event Date: 1910 •
Event Place: Salem Ward 6, Marion, Oregon, United States •
Event Place (Original): Salem Ward 6, , Oregon
Birth Year (Estimated): 1840
Birthplace: England •
Marital Status: Married
Relationship to Head of Household: Inmate
Father's Birthplace: WestIndies
...that might lead to a family relationship among the 3 Brickleys? The Brickleys I know of moved around a lot- serving in Canada, France, WestIndies, Ireland and South Africa and their history has huge gaps but I know enough and my cousins agree, that Thomas Brickley and his desendants are...
...was helping Steve the original poster re a possible Ives in Australia.
I don't remember why I added the '*' ...
George E Ives Head M 39 WestIndies Jamaica * George Edmund Hull
Harry Ives Son M 3 Haggerston, London * Harry Earnest
... so I will have to check.
Post #12 Taken from the web...
Hi, Dave, I just came across this post in my search for George Edmund Hull can you help me find more info about him? Where did you find this info? He is my gr gr grand dad.
Also why do you have H. Earnest starred? Thanks Jennifer
...in 1768. I know this is later than the years we are looking at but im wondering if there could be a chance your Jones family come from WestIndies since we now know that the ship travelled between them places. All hyperthetical for now of course and probably grasping at straws.
...the only way to confirm something is to rule out all other possibilities.
I have a marriage of a serviceman I can't find in the WestIndies and a death I can't find in Malta.
FIBIS is timing out on me now so can't get that note re photos back up.
This is one of many sites with info...
No of Schedule: 27
Address: Village of Gillingham
Esther Rice Wife Mar 36 Boatswain Wife RN Middlesex
Mary Rice Dau 14 Bermuda WestIndies
John Rice Son 9 Scholar Sheerness Kent
William Rice Son 3 Chatham Kent
Edward Rice Son 1 Chatham Kent
I had this in my tree.
...PETER CAPTAIN CREW
HYNE MICHAEL MATE 32 DEVONSHIRE CREW
FOULIS JAMES 2 MATE 23 SCOTLAND CREW
STEWART DAVID COOK & STEWARD 25 WESTINDIES CREW
PENTECOST JOHN A. B. 28 FALMOUTH CREW
SARWOOD GEORGE A. B. 27 LONDON CREW
LEEVEN JACOB VAN A. B. 36 ROTTERDAM CREW
JONES SAMUEL A. B...
...Devine, Esquire, of Whetstone, McIntyre Brook.
1870 C1178 Andrew Fitz Herbert Evans Andrew Fitz Herbert Evans - ** born WestIndies aged 56 years
Name: Anna M Gordon
Spouse Name: Andrew F Evans
Marriage Date: 1838
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Port...
And son, Harold..
Sub-RD: Kentish Town
Piece: 249; Folio: 36; Page: 68
Thomas R Dowse 36 [b. London. Clerk in GPO possibly]
Emma J Dowse 31 wife [b. WestIndies]
Edith C Dowse 1 dau [b.London]
Harold E Dowse 8 Months son [do]
[With 2x servants]
No luck at all with Dowse family in 1871.
Walcott family for sure in 1841 and 1861. Tried born WestIndies for 1851 and it gives me Wales.
I'm off to local library as usual on a Friday afternoon so catch you later.
...Page, or a Thomas Tucker Page, being born there around 1846. Is there any other way to track down his birth record? He was coloured/WestIndies, so wondering if perhaps he was a slave descendant...and therefore there'd be no record?
The first evidence I find of him in Liverpool, England is...