REDDISH - Barbados & Jamaica

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REDDISH - Barbados & Jamaica

Post by Domenique » Sun Jun 11, 2006 6:53 am

Samuel Reddish and his descendants, an English customs officer in the West Indies from 1800 who is known to have mulatto children
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Re: REDDISH - Barbados & Jamaica

Post by Reds » Wed Mar 28, 2012 7:17 am

Do you or anyone else, know the names of children?

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Re: REDDISH - Barbados & Jamaica

Post by rhampton » Thu Nov 01, 2012 1:11 am

My great grandfather's name was James Benjamin Reddish and was probably born in the 1880's. I don't know if there is any relation with the Samuel Reddish you are referring to. My great grandfather lived in Manchester, Jamaica. It is rumored that his family came from St. Mary. Where they came from before that I don't know.

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Re: REDDISH - Barbados & Jamaica

Post by bimjim » Thu Nov 01, 2012 1:18 am

These records from the IGI do not connect them, but offer a bit more info...

name: James Reddish
baptism/christening date: 30 Sep 1812
baptism/christening place: Trelawny, Cornwall, Jamaica
father's name: Samuel Reddish
mother's name: R. Cranston

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name: Samuel Reddish
gender: Male
burial date: 13 Aug 1812
burial place: Trelawny, Cornwall, Jamaica

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James Benjamun Reddish
event: Birth
event date: 08 Oct 1897
event place: Manchester, Jamaica
father: James Benjamun Reddish
mother: Ann Precilla Swaby

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Re: REDDISH - Barbados & Jamaica

Post by rhampton » Thu Nov 01, 2012 2:21 am

Yes, I saw this info. James Benjamin Reddish and Ann Swaby had a child named Lewis Swaby in 1897. (This is already contained in my tree.) Still wondering if there is a connection though. Family research is never easy. Thanks for all your insight so far. :D

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