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Hi Chris, The Davises, I've heard, were light-skinned and may have been short of stature. I met some of their decendants when I was in primary school in the 1960's and they said they were related to me (through John and Jane Davis, I presume). To be specific they were Norman Davis and his mother, wh...
Sorry for the delay; I was travelling. Also I don't have my notes in front of me. My grandfather Emanuael Adolphus Dawson was born in 1895. His mother was a Davis who married Arthur Dawson. Emanuel's maternal grandparents (if my memory serves me right) were John and Jane Davis. That places them in t...
Hi, Did I ever respond to you? Sorry if I didn't. :oops: I am not sure what parish the Davis side of my family is from. I have a brother with the middle name of "Anthony", though. Do you recognize any of the names "Isadora" "Henrietta", etc?? In the prime of their lives they lived in or close to Jac...
Y Dawson, seeking info on Margaret Bernard (late 1800s) in Jamaica who married Thomas Belnavis and had a daughter named Beatrice Maud Belnavis. Margaret Bernard also had a son named Reggie (Reginald?) Bernard. Any info would be appreciated! Thank you.
Y Dawson, I'm interested in learning more about the ancestors and relatives of Dr. Rueben Stanford Hall, born 1882 in Kingston, Jamaica. He was the son of Edgerton Bartholomew Hall and Eliza Edwards. Thanks!
- Sun Oct 29, 2006 7:55 pm
- Forum: Surnames F
- Topic: FINCH, Jamaica, Jack's Hill, St. Andrew
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Y Dawson, I'm looking for information on the last name FINCH especially in connection with the last name DAWSON and with the first names Selvin and Basil. Thank you!
Y Dawson, would welcome any information you may have on John and Jane DAVIS (mid 1800s), parents of Henrietta Davis and Isadora Davis. Henrietta Davis married Arthur Dawson (aka "Busha") late 1800s. Thank you!
- Sun Oct 29, 2006 7:41 pm
- Forum: Surnames S
- Topic: SPENCER, Jamaica - Kingston, St. Andrew
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Y Dawson, looking for relatives of Adlyn Reparsis Spencer, born 1895, parents Alfred Spencer and Ada Anderson. Alfred Spencer born mid to late 1800's, had at least 3 children (2 girls).
- Sun Oct 29, 2006 7:28 pm
- Forum: Surnames D
- Topic: DAWSON, Jamaica - Jack's Hill, St Andrew, Kingston
- Replies: 1
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Y Dawson, I'm a Dawson interested in all information on any Dawsons, especially with ancestors from the 1800's: Arthur (aka "Busha") and Beatrice. Other names: Emanuel, Alvin, Lloyd, Barrington, Gilbert, Louis, Louise, Canute, Cassandra. If you are a Dawson, or a relative of a Dawson, and any of the...
- Thu Oct 26, 2006 3:45 am
- Forum: Surnames W
- Topic: WILLACEY, Jamaica - Mavis Bank, St. Andrew
- Replies: 0
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Y Dawson, seeking information on Leletia (aka "Ada") Anderson (formerly WILLACEY) who had a daughter named Adeline Reparsis Spencer on August 4, 1895. At the time Leletia was living in Mavis Bank, St. Andrew. Leletia ("Ada") was my great grandmother. Does anyone know this story?