St. Vincent Residents Named in Manuscript Collection 1700’s – 1800’s

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Names mentioned in Manuscripts pertaining to St. Vincent contained within the Beinecke Collection held by Hamilton College in New York:

AUGIER – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
BYRES – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
CABOT, Francis – mentioned as [of Southampton] leasing Ladoux in the parish of St. Andrew, with its 95 named “Negroes and Slaves,” from George LOWMAN in 1773.
CAMPBELL, Alexander – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [below] as entering into an indenture with Ninian HOME for a plantation on Mustique, 1792. Also Indenture with John CAMPBELL of the Island of Mustique for two certain Islands or Tracts of Land called the Greater and Lesser Mustique, making a part of the Government of Saint Vincent, 1794.
CAMPBELL, Barbara – associated with Calder Estate, Calder Bridge Estate and Argyle Estate, 1816.
CAMPBELL, Duncan – associated with Calder Estate, Calder Bridge Estate and Argyle Estate, before 1816.
CAMPBELL, Farquhar/Farquhard – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as buying Fairhall/Fair Hall Estate from Rose & Jeanvearve/Geneveave DeBUQUE/DuBUQUE in 1813.
CAMPBELL, John – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [below] as buying a cotton plantation on Mustique from Ninian HOME in 1794. Also indenture with Alexander CAMPBELL of the Island of Grenada for two certain Islands or Tracts of Land called the Greater and Lesser Mustique, making a part of the Government of Saint Vincent, 1794.
COCHRAN, Archibald – – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
COLLINS, John – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
CRICHTON, Pat. – mentioned as writing narrative [from Great Baddon, Essex] in 1815 about the 1812 volcano eruption on St. Vincent.
CRUIKSHANK, John – papers mentioned extensively, Will included. Mentions a plantation on the island of Mustique.
CRUMP, Joshua [decd.] (heirs of) – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
DeBUQUE/DuBUQUE – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
DICKSON, Thomas – Crown and Colony Surveyor mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, in regards to 22 acres of land in St. Vincent granted to FAIRBAIRN [below].
DuBUQUE/DeBUQUE – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
DUER, John – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
DURANT, Rebecca – mentioned as buying from Michael SUTTON a black woman named Jenny for sixty pounds sterling in 1801.
FAIRBAIRN, Thomas – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies in regards to Land in the parish of St. George, grantee Thomas FAIRBAIRN, 1805, under Gov. Bentinck.
FREEMAN, Thomas [decd.] (heirs of) – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
GLENN, William – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
GORDON, James B. – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to FAIRBAIRN [above] land. Also mentions Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
GORDON, Robert – mentioned in Barbara CAMPBELL entry as surviving trustee of Calder Estate, Calder Bridge Estate and Argyle Estate, 1816.
GORDON, Mr. – mentions his estates in the West Indies, 1824.
HOME, Ninian – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [above] as selling a cotton plantation on Mustique to John CAMPBELL, in 1794. Also entering into an indenture with Alexander CAMPBELL in 1792 for plantation on Mustique.
JAMESON, Betsey – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [above] as having a Mestaff slave son that CRUIKSHANK orders to be freed after his death and Betsey allowed to live on CRUIKSHANK’s Langley Park estate for the rest of her life.
KERBY, Thomas N. – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
LOWMAN, George – mentioned as leasing Ladoux in the parish of St. Andrew, with its 95 named “Negroes and Slaves,” to Francis CABOT of Southampton’ in 1773.
LUSHINGTON, William – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [above] as selling plantation on Mustique to CRUIKSHANK.
MARTIN, Jonathan 1770’s – of Petit St. Vincent.
MARTIN, John 1770’s to 1812 – of Amesbury, Massachusetts and St. Vincent.
MARTIN, Josiah – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Estate of James B. GORDON Esq. lying in the division of old north sound, called SANDERSON’s.
POLIGNAC, Auguste Jules Armand Marie [Count], married to Barbara CAMPBELL, 1816.
PORTER, Mr. – mentioned in Barbara CAMPBELL as taking possession of Calder Estate, Calder Bridge Estate and Argyle Estate, 1816.
PUNNETT, Christopher – mentioned in Barbara CAMPBELL as taking possession of Calder Estate, Calder Bridge Estate and Argyle Estate, 1816.
RAWLINSON – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
ROSS, J. P. – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
RYND, Brook – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [above] as owning Rutland Estate on Island of Mustique that bordered CRUIKSHANK’s property.
STRUTH, Sir William – mentioned in references to Mr. GORDON’s estates in the West Indies, 1824, as having a boundary to Fairhall and Brebner Estates.
SUTTON, Michael – mentioned as selling to Rebecca DURANT a black woman named Jenny for sixty pounds sterling in 1801.
TRIMMINGHAM, Mr. – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [above] as owning Adelphi Estate on Island of Mustique that bordered CRUIKSHANK’s property, late 1700’s.
WYNNE, Thomas – mentioned in papers of John CRUIKSHANK [above] as owning Adelphi Estate on Island of Mustique that bordered CRUIKSHANK’s property, late 1700’s.

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