We’re descended from several families that sailed from England and Scotland (one of whom stopped first on Antigua) to make their home on St. Vincent in the 18th Century. The first arrivals and their descendants would remain on the island into the 19th Century before moving on to other islands or returning to Britain.
Since we have had no family ties to St. Vincent since the 1850s, the bulk of the records found here fall into the time period 1763-1855. Our quest remains one of historical and genealogical interest in the records that remain there and sharing what we’ve found with others with St. Vincent ancestry within this same time frame.
The material on this website was gathered in our search for details about the lives of our St. Vincent ancestors who greatly contributed to the island’s society and economy it its early days. In so doing, we made note of anyone who had connections to the island in this era and compiled many lists of names that are as rich in content solely original to this website as they are in historical and genealogical research value.
Click here to see Our Records for information on our datasets.