2 edition of Monumental inscriptions of Jamaica found in the catalog.
Monumental inscriptions of Jamaica
Bibliography: p. x.
|Statement||compiled by Philip Wright.|
|Contributions||Society of Genealogists (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||F1865 .W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 361 p.|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||67095444|
Monumental Inscriptions, sometimes known as Memorial Inscriptions or MI, are found on grave stones in Norfolk churchyards and are also to be found inside churches and other buildings in the form of plaques, floor stones, stained glass windows, war memorials, etc. Surinam to Jamaica, Passenger lists for the ships Hercules, America, and Henry and Sarah Copies of excerpts from Jamaica Wills Loyalists who fled to Jamaica (Mainly from South Carolina) Monumental inscriptions of the British West Indies from the earliest date, with genealogical and historical annotations. Digitized edition of this book by.
B26j Jews of Jamaica: Tombstone Inscriptions, W93m Monumental Inscriptions of Jamaica. Dsc Scots in Jamaica, Mse Selected Vital Records from the Jamaican Daily Gleaner, 2 vols. Monumental Inscriptions are normally transcribed from headstones in the churchyard, Plinths or plaques in the church. The booklet normally contains a plan of the graveyard and an alphabetical surname index of those names transcribed. Then there is a transcription of each headstone / plinth / plaque. Back to the top.
His sources were local newspapers, the Jamaica Almanack, the journals of the House of Assembly, James Henry Lawrence-Archer's Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies (), manuscript memoirs (some now lost), and personal ion: Wesleyan Chapel, Spanish Town. Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards of Lincolnshire ' Image right - Middle Rasen St Peter & St Paul.. The aim of this project is to gather together information regarding cemeteries and graveyards in the county which either have available transcriptions or have .
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Monumental inscriptions of Jamaica; Paperback – January 1, by Philip. Society of Genealogists Great Britain Wright (Author)Author: Philip. Society of Genealogists Great Britain Wright. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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Monumental inscriptions from private graveyards in the village of Southfield, parish of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, West Indies: From a notebook Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ermie H Gayle (Author)Author: Ermie H Gayle.
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS "Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies," was written by James Henry Lawrence-Archer , and published in It contains pages plus 12 prefatory pages.
These web pages contain the complete text, including the description of Arms which are illustrated in the book but not reproduced here. Monumental inscriptions Monumental inscriptions of Jamaica book Jamaica. Statement of Responsibility: compiled by Philip Wright Authors: Wright, Philip (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images Language: English Publication: London, England: Society of Genealogists, Physical: x, p.
Monumental inscriptions of Jamaica. London: Society of Genealogists. MLA Citation. Wright, Philip. and Society of Genealogists (Great Britain). Monumental inscriptions of Jamaica; compiled by Philip Wright Society of Genealogists London Australian/Harvard Citation. Wright, Philip.
& Society of Genealogists (Great Britain). Monumental Inscriptions in Jamaica Hardcover – 1 Dec. by Philip Wright (Editor) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsFormat: Hardcover.
Jamaica Gleaner Directory of Personalities ()* Ja Jam *Except years, ) Lawrence, Archer. Monumental Inscriptions of British West Indies, Barbados & Jamaica. Livingston, Noel B. Sketch Pedigrees of the Early Settlers in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: The Educational Supply Company, The monumental inscriptions in the churches and churchyards of the island of Barbados, British West Indies by Oliver, Vere LangfordPages: Monumental inscriptions of the British West Indies from the earliest date.
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MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS JAMAICA. [Page 1] THE idea of making Jamaica an English colony seems to have been started about that period when, from our increasing settlements on the American Continent, the want of convenient harbours among the West India Islands began to.
Some work has been done by individuals on early monumental inscriptions, such as that by James Henry Lawrence-Archer in his book, Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies from the earliest date () This has been transcribed by Patricia Jackson and is posted on her subscription website Jamaican Family : Dorothy Kew.
Monumental Inscriptions. We have now added a new range of Monumental Inscription records, with a choice of microfiche, downloadable pdf files and some are available in book format while stocks last.
Ryhill Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions Book 1 (includes St James, Ryhill Churchyard) Pontefract FHS. £ Ryhill Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions Book 2. Pontefract FHS. £ Ryhill Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions Book 3. Pontefract FHS. Register of Interments in the Greyfriars Burying-Ground, Edinburgh, (Scottish Record Society) [No monumental inscriptions, but lists names.
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There is no date period for our Monumental Inscriptions because they cover the entire burial ground & all of the Gravestones, providing they were in a. Welcome to Family History Jamaica This site aims to encourage sharing and exchanging information ranging from tips on how to research family names to ideas on how to identify place names such as located in parishes and district.
Information has been gathered from different sources to encourage interest to research into your ancestral line. Published monumental inscriptions If you are interested in finding gravestone inscriptions for your ancestors, you should look at our collection of published monumental inscriptions.
We have an index of monumental inscriptions held in the Library's collections, which we update occasionally.Laurence-Archer transcribed some old Jamaica monumental inscriptions: Laurence-Archer, James. Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies from the Earliest Date with Genealogical and Historical Annotations, from Original, Local and Other Sources, Illustrative of the Histories and Genealogies of the Seventeenth Century.Monumental Inscriptions are transcriptions taken from gravestones, tombs, plaques and war memorials and they provide useful information for family history research.
They include inscriptions from Cemeteries, Church interiors, Churchyards and War Memorials in Church of England Parishes as well as from Roman Catholic, Methodist, Wesleyan and non.