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HALL - Jamaica

Postby Harv » Mon May 26, 2014 4:19 pm

HALL, Cyril Stewart b. 16 Nov, 1869 Browns Town, Jamaica, BWI. Possibly left the island after 1894 for the United States of America(Philadelphia?). He had four siblings, all born in Jamaica. I have only found one mention of Cyril in the Gleaner newspaper in 1894. Any other information of the elusive Cyril would be appreciated. I have an early Hall family foto with the eldest brother George Bathurst HALL identified.
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Re: HALL - Jamaica

Postby Harv » Sat Sep 20, 2014 4:45 pm

I am delighted to read your posting about Cyril Stewart HALL. It settles the issue that he did not leave Jamaica for the States that was rumoured in my family! I will email you a copy of a photograph of the HALL family but I will need your email address to do this. Please respond if this will work for you. I am also trying to locate birth information for his father Rev. George HALL d. 22 Dec 1880 Lucea, Parish of Hannover, WI. Cheers!
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Re: HALL - Jamaica

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Re: HALL - Jamaica

Postby Paraiso » Fri Sep 26, 2014 12:48 am

To Harv. I am sorry I am not able to post my email address on this forum as according to the Terms of Use it is not allowed. Below, Jim explains how to send an attachment. In the meantime I'm attaching Cyril's death certificate.
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Cyril Stewart Hall's death certificate.
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Re: HALL - Jamaica

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Re: HALL - Jamaica

Postby Harv » Tue Sep 30, 2014 4:21 am

Hopefully this jpg attachment of the HALL family of the day reaches you. My grandfather George Bathurst HALL is the young man standing on the left front row. He was probably attending preparatory classes at Codrington College, Barbados at the time for his future clerical work in the Anglican Church in Jamaica and Canada (Alberta & British Columbia).
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Re: HALL - Jamaica

Postby Paraiso » Wed Oct 01, 2014 2:04 pm

Thanks so much for the photo - it is too bad that only G.B.H. is identified!! Hope you don't mind me asking, but are you the son of Dr. Hugh MacMillan? The research I'm doing is for the daughter of Allan McD. Hall - my first cousin on her/my mother's side.
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Re: HALL - Jamaica

Postby Paraiso » Wed Oct 01, 2014 11:13 pm

Harv, Don`t know if you have seen the following:
Legacies of British Slave-ownership
Jamaica St Thomas-in-the-Vale 67 (Coleswould Hill)
Claim Details & Associated Individuals
28th Mar 1836 | 43 Enslaved | £800 11S 11D
Claim Notes:

Parliamentary Papers p. 287.

T71/855: original claim by Charles Henry McDermott, owner-in-fee. Counterclaim dated 14/08/1835 from John and Wm Mulholland, judgement creditors for £232 16s 2d. On 14/11/1835 Charles Henry McDermott (by M Sanguinetti his attorney) admitted the counterclaim of the Mulhollands. On 15/01/1836 Charles Henry McDermott (by M Sanguinetti) withdraws his admission of the Mulholand counterclaim, 'they having withdrawn their counterclaim'.

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