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Joseph Wilhelm von Molendorf, SV/PROG MP (1782 - 1816)

"Joseph Wilhelm Molendorf"

There has long been speculation about JW Molendorf. A letter written in 1808 at the Cape, detailing his activity in Jamaica, being shipwrecked on his way from there to Prussia, and his service in the 8...

1/1/2009 9/4/2015

Robert Charles Dallas MP (c.1754 - 1824)


9/18/2012 2/10/2015

Thomas Webb MP (1845 - 1928)


Thomas Webb , son of William Webb (1814 - 1877) and Sylvia Grey (1807 - 1888), was born 23 May 1845 at Christiana, Clarendon Parish, Jamaica. On 13 June 1866 Thomas married Emily Charlotte Ayers (c.184...

5/24/2007 8/19/2013

Rose Fuller MP (1708 - 1777)

Rose Fuller (12 April 1708 – 7 May 1777) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1756 to 1777. Fuller was the son of John Fuller, of Brightling, Sussex, and his wife Elizabeth ...

2/22/2009 6/18/2013

John 'Mad Jack' Fuller MP (1757 - 1834)

I preferred to be called "Honest John" I was Squire of the hamlet of Brightling in Sussex (now East Sussex) I am well known as the builder of follies, and as a philanthropist, patron of the arts and sc...

2/22/2009 6/18/2013

George Hyde Clarke MP (1743 - 1824)

Extensive information - Family Hyde Hall Lord Byron (a Clarke family connection) was famously "mad, bad, and dangerous to know," but the father of the builder of New York's Hyde Hall was considered...

3/4/2012 3/5/2012

Dorothy Williams MP (deceased)

6/3/2011 8/24/2011

Sir Æmilius Irving MP (1823 - 1916)


From the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: IRVING, Sir ÆMILIUS, lawyer and politician; b. 24 March 1823 in Leamington (Royal Leamington Spa), England, son of Jacob Æmilius Irving, a British ...

1/11/2009 7/29/2011

Gugy Æmilius Irving MP (1853 - d.)

Moved to Staten Island, NY in 1870; became a U.S. citizen. He became, by Deed of Gift from his father in September 1912, sole owner and proprietor of Ironshore and Hartfield, Jamaica.

1/11/2009 7/29/2011

James Irving, II MP (1749 - 1798)

"James Irving the Younger was Custos of Trelawny and represented that parish in the Assembly of 1774, 1781, 1790, and 1796. He was buried in the Churchyard of Kingston, his tomb being inscribed, 'The H...

1/11/2009 7/6/2011

John Williams MP (b. - 1723)

6/3/2011 6/3/2011

Francis Williams MP (c.1702 - 1770)

Francis Williams (1702–1770) was a scholar and poet born in Kingston, Jamaica. Francis Williams was born around 1700 to John and Dorothy Williams, a free black couple in Jamaica. John Williams had be...

6/2/2011 6/2/2011

Captain James Cook MP (1728 - 1779)

Captain James Cook FRS RN (7 November [O.S. 27 October] 1728 – 14 February 1779) was an English explorer, navigator and cartographer, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain in the Royal Navy. Cook wa...

11/7/2008 5/17/2011

William Rutty MP (c.1877 - d.)

5/6/2010 4/19/2011

James Richards Rutty MP (1848 - 1893)


5/6/2010 4/19/2011

Ella Forrest MP (c.1887 - 1913)

"Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999", index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 18 March 2015), Ella Forrest, 1913.

5/4/2010 3/3/2011

William Irving MP (1753 - 1803)

I must, however, speak of William Irving,* who was the second surviving son of James Irving the Elder and to whom reference is made in his Will. He was born 5th November, 1753, and died in February...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011

John Beaufin Irving MP (1765 - 1813)

"John Beaufain Irving departed this life 6th April, 1813. It was his particular request on his death-bed that his dear son, John Beaufain Irving, then just turned three years of age, should live to gro...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011

Capt. Francis Blower Gibbes MP (1782 - 1844)

Francis Blower Gibbes was a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy and was on board the British owned 'Redridge' which ran aground off the coast of Jamaica in 1805. He arrived in Australia on the Hugh Crawford i...

4/4/2010 1/11/2011

Elizabeth Motte Irving MP (1730 - 1775)

In the year 1775 and soon after making his Will--James Irving and his wife, Elizabeth, sailed for England. The reason for returning to England was to visit their children who were at school in Kensingt...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011

Francis Blower Gibbes MP (deceased)

Aemilia, born 14th November, 1751,* had offended her father. She had married on 10th March, 1772, against his will, Francis Blower Gibbes, a gentleman residing at Millenium Hall in St. James, she ran a...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011

Æmilia Gibbes MP (1751 - 1809)

Aemilia, born 14th November, 1751,* had offended her father. She had married on 10th March, 1772, against his will, Francis Blower Gibbes, a gentleman residing at Millenium Hall in St. James, she ran a...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011

James Irving the Elder MP (1713 - 1775)

The following is extracted from an old document preserved at Bonshaw, Scotland: "James Irving, eighth lawful son to said William and Emilia, was born April ye 19th, 1713, in ye Chamber of Dire in Bonsh...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011

Jacob Æmilius Irving MP (c.1767 - 1816)

"Jacob Aemilius Irving remembered seeing his father but once--John Beaufin, his brother, and himself had been sent from Jamaica to England to school and were placed at Kensington. Their father had arri...

1/11/2009 1/11/2011