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The Halls of Jamaica - Allegonda's legacy

compiled by David Alan Paterson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Cheltenham, Victoria : D.A. Paterson, 2000
ca. 200 p. : ill.

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Allegonda Boom was born in Jamaica in 1738. She married John Hall and they were the parents of seven children. Their youngest son William married Dorothy Jackson. Information on their lives, their relatives, their descendants, and their ancestry is given in this volume. Material on some unrelated Hall individuals and illegitimate members of the family are also discussed by the author. Several descendant move to Australia and descendants now live in Australia, Jamaica, England, and the United States.

Includes Hall, Handasyde, Long, Paterson, Vidal, Adamson, McPhial, Colthirst, Jackson, and related families.

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