William Samuel Whitely

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William Samuel Whitely

Birthplace: St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
Death: December 16, 1888 (75-84)
Saint Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
Immediate Family:

Son of William Whitely and Patience Smith
Partner of Charlotte Richards and Deborah Whiteley
Father of Emanuel Whitely; Richard Whitely; Eliza Whitely; William Whitely; Dillion Daniel Whitely and 5 others
Brother of Richard Whitely
Half brother of Rebecca Whitely; Frances Whitely; Lewis Whitely; Richard Whitely; Catherine Isabella Whitely and 7 others

Managed by: Dale Georgette Robinson
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About William Samuel Whitely

Resided at Carlisle at the time of his baptism. Was living at Stephens Run St Elizabeth at the time of his death. Charlotte Richards seem to have lived as his common law wife as he never married.

On the 1845 Almanac on JamaicanFamiySearch there is an entry for W.S. Whiteley owning 10 acres in Happy District. This information was identified by Joseph Shumway. Since the children of William, with his partners Charlotte Richards & Deborah Powell were baptised at Happy Retreat, it makes sense that this was the property of William Samuel Whitely. Happy Retreat & Happy District must be the same place. Research is ongoing to discover how & when William acquired this property.

Entry from JamaicanFamilySearch 1845 Almanac

Whiteley, W. S. Happy District, 10

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William Samuel Whitely's Timeline

St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
September 21, 1834
Age 26
Saint Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
December 12, 1841
St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
October 10, 1842
Manchester Parish, Jamaica
October 8, 1843
St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
February 12, 1846
St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
May 30, 1846
St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
October 11, 1847
Saint Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
September 25, 1848
St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
November 21, 1848
St Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica