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=== Early History  ===
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The first marriages in the parish of St. Lucy, Barbados appear in April of 1749 with surnames such as ''Cadogan, Cragg, English, Harris, Jones, Leach, Matthews, McCoye, Poyer, Sandiford, Yearwood''. These were quickly followed by other well known names from that period with the likes of ''Agard, Alleyne, Archer, Armstrong, Babb, Ball, Bowen, Boyce, Campbell, Carter, Clarke, Cozier, Corbin, Daniel, Edwards, Forster, French, Gibbs, Gilkes, Gittens, Greaves, Greenidge, Griffith, Hinkson, Johnson, Jordan, Kellman, Leacock, Mallard, Marshall, McDonald, Potter, Seale, Smith, Springer, Walcott, Whitefoot, Whitehead, Williams and Yearwood''.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:17, 7 November 2013

Barbados  Gotoarrow.png  Saint Lucy Parish

Early History

The first marriages in the parish of St. Lucy, Barbados appear in April of 1749 with surnames such as Cadogan, Cragg, English, Harris, Jones, Leach, Matthews, McCoye, Poyer, Sandiford, Yearwood. These were quickly followed by other well known names from that period with the likes of Agard, Alleyne, Archer, Armstrong, Babb, Ball, Bowen, Boyce, Campbell, Carter, Clarke, Cozier, Corbin, Daniel, Edwards, Forster, French, Gibbs, Gilkes, Gittens, Greaves, Greenidge, Griffith, Hinkson, Johnson, Jordan, Kellman, Leacock, Mallard, Marshall, McDonald, Potter, Seale, Smith, Springer, Walcott, Whitefoot, Whitehead, Williams and Yearwood.

Websites

Wikipedia
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References