GABAY, LORD, COSSLEY, CRASSWELL - Jamaica, Caribbean unknown

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GABAY, LORD, COSSLEY, CRASSWELL - Jamaica, Caribbean unknown

Postby Shangyien » Fri Nov 20, 2015 2:05 pm

I'm reseaching ancestors with the family names Lord, Gabay, Cossley and Crasswell in 18th century Jamaica and thereabouts. I'd love to hear from anyone with the same interests.

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Re: GABAY, LORD, COSSLEY, CRASSWELL - Jamaica, Caribbean unk

Postby Teri » Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:43 am

Two of my DNA matches on 23andme have Gabay in their family tree. I am not sure how I am related to them but I intend to do some research. Our link is probably 1800 or earlier. There are also Facebook genealogy groups for each parish in Jamaica as well as general genealogy group for Jamaica on Facebook. Everyone is helpful and supportive. :D
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Re: GABAY, LORD, COSSLEY, CRASSWELL - Jamaica, Caribbean unk

Postby Teri » Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:46 am

I just noticed that your surname Sanderson is in my family tree. Look at my post for Samuel Jarrett Wright this year! His first wife was a Sanderson :)
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Re: GABAY, LORD, COSSLEY, CRASSWELL - Jamaica, Caribbean unk

Postby chriscod » Mon Feb 01, 2016 2:29 pm

Hello Ian

I picked up on your post re Lord connections in Jamaica....I study certain "Lords" in a variety of parishes from 1750-1900 what are you looking for?
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